2016 LCU Hall of Honor induction class and jersey retirement ann - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

2016 LCU Hall of Honor induction class and jersey retirement announced

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The Lubbock Christian University Athletic Department has announced their 2016 induction class into the LCU Hall of Honor.

The class has a basketball theme with inductees including women’s basketball’s Brittany, Jordan and Nicole Hampton and Sierra Wilcox-Lovorn and men’s basketball’s Brandon Jones.

In addition to the inductees, former Chaparrals men’s basketball standout Rob Evans will have his number retired. 

“The LCU Athletic Department is excited about the Hall of Honor class of 2016,” said Director of Athletics Paul Hise. “All five are former basketball players and all had a huge impact on the history of LCU Athletics. These five individuals not only finished their careers with great individual statistics and honors, but they also played roles on some great teams. All of them represented LCU well in the classroom, on the court, and in the community. We are looking forward to honoring each of them and their families in September. We are also excited about retiring the ‘No.11’ jersey of former Chap Rob Evans. His number will be the first basketball number ever retired by LCU and we look forward to honoring him.”

he inductions will take place during the LCU Hall of Honor Banquet on Sept. 19 at 6 p.m. inside the Baker Conference Center on the LCU campus.

The induction banquet is open to the public. Tickets are $20, and LCU faculty and students can purchase tickets for $10. Advance ticket purchases can be made by contacting Dana Walters at 806-720-7276.

The 2016 induction class will place Sixty-three (63) individuals in LCU's Hall of Honor, which held its first induction in 1984 and also includes one team inducted.

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