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Five inducted into WBU Athletic Hall of Honor

Pictured left to right: Kristee Turpin Phelps (volleyball), Christie Shippy (basketball), Emmitt Tipton (supporter), Matt Garnett standing in for Ty Harrelson (basketball), and Rowena Welford Morton (track and field). Pictured left to right: Kristee Turpin Phelps (volleyball), Christie Shippy (basketball), Emmitt Tipton (supporter), Matt Garnett standing in for Ty Harrelson (basketball), and Rowena Welford Morton (track and field).

Provided by: Wayland Baptist University

Three former athletes, a former athlete/coach and a longtime program supporter became the 21st class inducted into the Wayland Baptist University Athletics Hall of Honor on Saturday morning.

Pictured from left are: Kristee Turpin Phelps (volleyball), Christie Shippy (basketball), Emmitt Tipton (supporter), Matt Garnett standing in for Ty Harrelson (basketball), and Rowena Welford Morton (track and field).

The honorees also were introduced at halftime of Wayland's homecoming football game on Saturday afternoon.

With the induction, the number of members of WBU's Athletics Hall of Honor grew to 79.

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