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Illinois State Athletics Percy Hall of Fame: Letter J

Glenn Jacquat Glenn Jacquat
Inducted: 1982 Sport: Baseball, Basketball
Was a four-year letterman in basketball and baseball ... was co-captain and leading scorer for the 1937 basketball squad which posted a 20-3 record for one of the best winning percentages in Redbird basketball history Read More [+]
James Johnson James Johnson
Inducted: 1976 Sport: Track & Field
Scored over 200 points in one track season and claimed victories over three Olympic winners, including Jesse Owens ... defeated Owens in the 100-meter and 100-yard dashes at the National AAU Meet at Soldier Field Read More [+]
Rickie Johnson Rickie Johnson
Inducted: 2006 Sport: Basketball
Played on three straight NCAA Tournament teams (1982-83, 1983-84, 1984-85) ... integral part of ISU's first ever NCAA Tournament win over Alabama (49-48) in 1984 Read More [+]
Jimmie Jones Jimmie Jones
Inducted: 1972 Sport: Baseball, Basketball, Football Official
The native of Springfield made his career as an umpire ... Jones started his umpiring career at Illinois State, umpiring intramural games in his free time Read More [+]
Tony Jones Tony Jones
Inducted: 2011 Sport: Football
In 1991, was one of 32 finalist for the Walter Payton Award, which at that time was awarded to the best overall (offense or defense) NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) player in the nation Read More [+]
Vince Jones Vince Jones
Inducted: 1979 Sport: Track & Field
Jones won an All-American honor in the 200-meter dash at the 1979 NCAA meet ... holds the school record of 33.9 seconds in the retired 300-meter dash Read More [+]
Gene Jontry Gene Jontry
Inducted: 1991 Sport: Basketball
Held the single season free throw record (94 percent) for 26 years ... also made 35-consecutive free throws that season, another record Read More [+]
Jolene Jordan-Hoover Jolene Jordan-Hoover
Inducted: 1999 Sport: Volleyball
A setter for the Redbirds, Jordan was Gateway Conference Most Valuable Player in 1985 ... led Illinois State to four-straight league titles and NCAA Tournament appearances...was an Honorable Mention All-America selection by Volleyball Magazine in 1985 Read More [+]