||Kimberly Arehart (’90)|
Kimberly Arehart was a three-time archery All-America and a member of the second JMU team in any sport to win a national championship. She placed second in the U.S. Intercollegiate Championships in 1990, when the JMU team won the second national women’s title in school history. That year she also won the women’s collegiate title at the U.S. Indoor Championships for the second straight season.
She earned All-America recognition in 1988, 1989 and 1990. She placed sixth in the U.S. Intercollegiate Championships in 1989 and was seventh in 1988. Arehart was a member of JMU’s 1989 national runner-up team and the Dukes’ squad that placed fourth in 1988. She also was a member of JMU’s mixed team (two women, two men) that was national runner-up in 1989 and 1990 and placed third in 1988.
Arehart was the U.S. Indoor East Region champion in 1988, 1989 and 1990 and received All-East recognition in each of those seasons. She was the outdoor East Region champion in 1990 and runner-up in 1989.
She was a member of the East Team for the 1989 and 1990 U.S. Olympic Festivals, participated in the 1992 U.S. Olympic Team Trials, and was a member of the U.S. National Team in 1990. In 1990-91 Arehart participated in the resident athlete program at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo.
She was selected JMU’s Female Athlete of the Year in 1989-90 and was voted the archery team’s most outstanding team member in 1989 and 1990.
Arehart is a native of Harrisonburg, Va.
Lorenzo “Peanut” Bundy (’82)
Lorenzo “Peanut” Bundy was among the top baseball players in James Madison University history, and he still ranked among the program’s career leaders in several categories at the time of his hall of fame induction 22 years after completing his college career.
In four JMU seasons – mostly as a first baseman – Bundy appeared in 178 games and compiled a .347 career batting average and a .638 career slugging percentage. While officially batting 577 times, he had 40 doubles, 10 triples, 36 home runs and 148 runs batted in. His home run total remained a JMU career record at the time of his induction, and he also still ranked third in team history in walks (133), fourth in triples, and fifth in runs scored (186). He also was successful on 26 of 28 career stolen-base attempts.
The Tappahannock, Va., native was JMU’s offensive most valuable player in 1979 when he batted .373 with seven home runs and 45 RBI and in 1981 when he hit .392 with 13 homers and 53 RBI. He was a captain on JMU teams that reached NCAA regional play after winning Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Southern Division titles in 1980 and 1981, seasons in which the Dukes compiled records of 32-13 and 41-18-1, respectively. He was an All-ECAC South selection in 1980 and 1981, an All-East second-team choice in 1979 and a first-team All-East honoree in 1981.
Bundy played professionally for eight seasons after leaving JMU, reaching the Triple-A level, and then remained active in the game as a instructor, coach and manager in the minor leagues and in winter league play. He coached at the major-league level in 1998 and 1999 with the Florida Marlins and Colorado Rockies, respectively, and was a coach in the Arizona Diamondbacks’ organization at the time of his induction.