1994 Inductees

Delaware Sports Hall of Fame

Bill Gerow

He was Delaware’s “fastest human” in track in 1936, and was undefeated at 440 and 880 yards, seven straight seasons

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Steve McBride

An excellent diver, Steve started winning in 1956 when he won the first of seven consecutive Mid-Atlantic age group championships

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Lou Moser

Lou was abasketball official for 32 years–at every level from the Recreation Leagues to the NBA. In the NCAA, Moser

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Wally Sezna

This Wilmington restaurateur consorted a distinguished career as an amateur senior golfer, topped by his winning the International Seniors in

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Herb Slattery

After excelling on Archmere Academy football teams that lost only two games in three seasons–twice making All-State–Herb went on to

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Al Sund

Al trained and fought out of the Keystone Club on East Fourth Street and was Delaware State Bantamweight Champ. He

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