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By Oct. He registered a strikeout for the final out of the game, a Yankee win. Eddie Wineland is a mixed martial arts fighter who was the first World Extreme Cagefighting bantamweight champion.
Wineland was born in Houston in , but grew up in Chesterton, where he graduated from Chesterton High School in He fought in a variety of events in the Midwest before signing with World Extreme Cagefighting. Wineland recently returned to UFC after sitting out more than a year recovering from a broken jaw. His jaw was wired shut after having been broken in a fight.
Wineland told The Times his doctors advised him to reconsider a return to the cage, but in July he returned in a Chicago event. Born in Merrillville, Eugene Wilson went on to star for the hometown Pirates, eventually leading to a collegiate and professional football career where he won two Super Bowl rings with the New England Patriots.
At Merrillville, Wilson was a letterman in football and basketball. He was a two-time All-State selection and, as a senior, was named the Duneland Athletic Conference's defensive player of the year. In basketball, he was a four-year varsity letterman and starter, and was a two-time All-DAC selection. He attended the University of Illinois, where he majored in speech communications. The safety finished his career with tackles solo, 37 assists , 11 interceptions and 60 pass deflections.
He also had 93 punt returns for yards and two touchdowns. Wilson was selected in the second round 36th overall of the NFL Draft. In '04, he recovered a fumble by Philadelphia Eagles tight end L.
Smith before leaving the game after sustaining an injury on a kickoff. Wilson bounced around in , signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on March 14 before being released Sept. Two days after his release, he was signed by the Houston Texans, where he had an interception in a win over the Tennessee Titans on Sept. On February 18, , the Texans released Wilson.
He played 96 games in his eight-year career finishing with tackles, four fumble recoveries, 41 pass deflections and 14 interceptions. Central Cardinals before finding success at both the collegiate and professional ranks. Basketball and current pro Eric Gordon. An Indiana All-Star, the E. At Purdue, Moore became the third player in Big Ten history to tally 2, points 2, , rebounds , and assists in a career. Moore holds program records with most minutes played 4, , 3-point field goals made , games won , games played and starts He led Purdue in scoring in each of his first three seasons , '09 and '10 , becoming the first player to do so since Troy Lewis in the s.
He played just one season for the Celtics before being traded to the Rockets, where he was waived shortly after. He caught on with the Orlando Magic after that, playing 75 and 79 games in the and seasons, respectively, and averaged 7. On September 8, , Moore signed a contract to return home to Chicago to play for the Bulls. He spent two season in Chicago, starting in 22 games in while averaging 7. In the summer of , Moore signed with New Orleans as a free agent, where he's spent the past four seasons.
He played in all 82 games, starting 80, with career highs of minutes Born March 5, , in Gary and a graduate of Froebel High School, Williamson's early path in life was tied to football. Williamson has played the tough guy, has taken on action roles and has even shown off comedic chops over the years. He was a spokesman for King Cobra malt liquor, made a cameo appearance in a Snoop Dogg video and counted the late Gary mayor Rudy Clay among his best friends.
Former Mr. Basketball Glenn "Big Dog" Robinson is pictured with all the individual and national team awards he earned in while re-writing the Purdue record book. Basketball was the ticket to success and fortune for "The Big Dog," who grew up the son of an unmarried teenage mother in Gary. He began playing organized basketball as a freshman at Roosevelt High School, leading the Panthers to three regionals, two semistates and one state final.
Roosevelt won the state championship in , when Robinson won the prestigious Mr. Basketball award and was named to the McDonald's All-American team. Robinson went on to play at Purdue for two years, sitting out his freshman season due to academic eligibility and then declaring for the NBA Draft after his junior year.
After earning All-Big Ten honors as a sophomore, he topped the nation in scoring at Purdue won the Big Ten reached the regional final elite eight , but fell to Duke, an ailing Robinson back held to a season-low 13 points.
Robinson received the John R. Wooden and Naismith awards, becoming Purdue's first national player of year since Wooden won it as a Boilermaker in He left Purdue as its only player to amass more than 1, points, rebounds, steals, assists and 50 blocked shots in a career despite playing just two seasons. Chosen with the first overall pick of the NBA Draft by the Milwaukee Bucks, Robinson played through , spending the bulk of his career with the Bucks before short stints with Atlanta, Philadelphia and San Antonio.
He finished with 14, career points, averaging The son of former basketball star Glenn Robinson has made a name for himself in the same sport as his father. A late bloomer who was a junior varsity player as a freshman at Lake Central, "Trey" emerged the following season, when he led the Indians in scoring. By his senior year, which saw Lake Central capture a sectional title, he had developed into a top recruit. He led Lake Central to a sectional title and chose to continue the region pipeline by committing to Michigan.
In his two seasons in Ann Arbor, the Wolverines enjoyed unprecedented success, winning 59 games in the span. One of three Northwest Indiana players on the UM roster, Robinson shined on the national stage, playing a key role in a run to the national championship game, where Michigan fell to Louisville.
His stock rose to the point that he was projected to be a first-round draft pick, but he chose to return for his sophomore season. The Wolverines reached the regional final, falling to Kentucky, and the 6-foot-7 Robinson declared for the draft. He was taken 40th overall by the Minnesota Timberwolves, but played sparingly and was waived late in his rookie year. Philadelphia claimed Robinson two days after and he finished the season there, making his first professional start in the season finale.
The 76ers didn't make him a qualifying offer and Robinson became a free agent. Robinson entered the starting lineup in , then became a national star in February when he claimed the NBA Slam Dunk championship. He briefly played for the Detroit Pistons during the season before becoming a free agent and signing with the Golden State Warriors. He has started all 25 games he's played in and is averaging a career-high He attended Merrillville High School and graduated in from the U.
Air Force Academy. He played basketball for four seasons at the academy, where he was team captain and leading scorer his senior year. Upon completion of his required active duty, Popovich returned to Colorado Springs, where he became an assistant coach in In , he became head coach at Pomona-Pitzer, staying there until , when Larry Brown brought him on as an assistant with the Spurs. The entire staff was let go in , but after a year with Golden State, Popovich was brought back as general manager and vice president of operations by new ownership in After a start to the season, he fired coach Bob Hill and took over the job himself, the start of what would turn out to be one of the most successful careers in league history.
Popovich is the longest active coach in both the NBA and all U. He holds the record for most consecutive winning seasons playoffs included in NBA history at Popovich has won five NBA championships — , , , and — one of only five coaches to do so. One of nine coaches to have won 1, games, he was selected NBA Coach of the Year in , and In , Popovich was named the next head coach of the U. He takes over duties from Mike Krzyzewski, who led the U. The decision to stay in basketball turned out to be a profitable one.
Munster grad Hal Morris, shown here waiting in the on-deck circle during his playing days with the Cincinnati Reds, was a. Hal Morris, a Munster product, may have been best known for his unusual hitting technique, where his feet continuously moved until the pitcher threw the ball, but it certainly served the spray-hitting lefty well. Morris hit. Morris was selected by the Yankees in the eighth round of the amateur draft and debuted with the Yankees on July 29, , against the Blue Jays, singling to left field against reliever Duane Ward in his first at-bat.
On Dec. He hit. In , Morris was hitting. Thus, until Casey McGehee in , Morris was the last player to be leading his league in hits at the All-Star break and not make the team. Morris compiled a game hitting streak from Aug. He spent time with the Royals, Reds and Tigers before retiring Nov.
Morris did it with the Tigers with a pinch-hit single Oct. For Morris, it was also the final at-bat of his career. He has been involved in a variety of real estate and technology ventures, and has been an advisor to Montara Capital Partners, a boutique private equity firm focused on exchange and tax advantaged real estate transactions. Before joining the Angels in November , he was a professional scout for the Pirates for two seasons and the Red Sox for one.
He served as the pro scouting director for the Angels from Morris attended Michigan, where the Wolverines won the Big 10 championship in and , advancing to the College World Series in He set records for slugging percentage and batting average while playing alongside the likes of Barry Larkin, Chris Sabo and Jim Abbott.
At Munster, Morris captained the tennis, basketball and baseball teams in his senior season. Harry Szulborski poses with a picture of him back from his coaching days at Emerson High School. He received the Purdue football jersey to honor his achievements as a Boilermaker.
Maybe it was fitting that a man nicknamed "The Hurricane" was the football coach of a high school nicknamed the Golden Tornado. Harry Szulborski got his nickname for the way he went through college defenses from while starring at Purdue. He spent one year at Wirt after Emerson closed following the school year. He said he enjoyed being involved in the Gary athletic scene. Szulborski not only coached football, but started the school's wrestling program, coached golf for six years and baseball for 10, and was an assistant track coach for 10 years.
He also learned under hall of fame coach Art Rolfe. You had to be ready to play every week. Gary had a great school system, great athletics and I am glad I had a chance to be a part of it. Szulborski took over at Emerson as its enrollment started to decline. With the opening of Andrean, Emerson lost many athletes from St.
Luke's, less than a football field away from Emerson, which was the city's first high school. Even St. Luke's closed its doors after the school year.
His team tied Andrean and West Side for the Northwestern Conference title, his only championship as head coach of the Golden Tornado or Norsemen as they were also called.
Szulborski's name was already known as he was a two-time honorable mention All-American at Purdue and led the nation in rushing in with yards. He left Purdue as its all-time leading rusher with 2, yards, a record that stood until Otis Armstrong broke it in I don't care how fast you are. You were looking live at everything," Cross said in a Times interview. You had all these monitors. Cross set the standard as he was the first African-American to co-anchor a network sports show, and George was one the first females to do the same.
We were the first to not only do a live pregame, but we were the first to have a black and a woman co-anchoring a network football show. George said she has kept in contact with Cross through the years. She remembers him not only as a professional, but as a friend. Not only was he a great football player, he was a great on-air person.
He is the first African-American to receive the award. He said he got his start in sportscasting while still in the NFL. His brother Ray, also an outstanding athlete and later a successful educator and coach n the Hammond school system, said his brother would talk into a microphone in their boyhood home.
Cross and his wife, Liz, reside in the Twin Cities. He joined the University of Nebraska football team as a walk-on for legendary coach Tom Osborne. Tomich sat out the season and was red-shirted for the season. Tomich made the most of the next three years. A defensive end, he was a member of the and national championship Husker teams, and was an All-American in and Tomich earned a degree in communications from Nebraska.
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