Volleyball /1997-2000/ Inducted in 2010
Burbridge finished her career as a Sun Devil ranked third all-time with 1,597 career kills, including a school record 599 during her senior season in 2000. She led ASU in kills in three of her four years as a Sun Devil, ranks 11th with 1,060 career digs, and is still the ASU Volleyball record holder for kills in a match (39,38) and single season kills (599). Amanda is one of only ten players with 1,000 digs and kills in a career in ASU history. The Chaparral High graduate was a 2001 Pac-10 medal award winner, two-time Academic All-American. and a ASU Scholar athlete and first team all Pac-10 all four years she was a Sun Devil. Amanda graduated in 2000 Cum Laude with a degree in Sociology and returned to ASU to get her Masters in Secondary Education. Amanda is currently the Women's Volleyball coach for Phoenix College and the Co-Founder of Arizona United Volleyball.
Volleyball / 1992-1995/ Inducted 2009
Garner ranks as one of the top players in ASU volleyball history. She is the school's all-time record holder with 1,871 kills, and she has three of the top eight single-season kill totals in program history, including a career-high 495 as a sophomore in 1993. She also notched more than 1,000 digs and 100 service aces over her career, ranking in the top 10 in school history in both categories. Garner was an AVCA Second-Team All-American in 1995, an Honorable Mention All-American in 1993 and 1994 and a three-time All-Pacific-10 Conference selection (1993-95). She was named Pac-10 Player of the Week four times over the course of her career, the most by any player in school history. Her 475 kills in 1992 still stand as the most by a freshman in Sun Devil history, and she was named to Volleyball Monthly's All-Freshman Team that year. Garner helped ASU to the NCAA Tournament in each of her four years, advancing to the Regional Semifinal round in both her junior and senior seasons. She played for the U.S. Junior National Team in 1993, won a silver medal at the 1994 Goodwill Games and was a member of the U.S. National Team in 1996 and 1997.
Volleyball / 1985-1988/ Inducted 2002
Nore was named a first-team AVCA All-American in 1988. She led the nation in digs in 1988 with a 4.92 per game average (556 overall) and also averaged 4.40 kills per game during her senior year, as ASU advanced to the NCAA Tournament in each of her four years. She earned her B.A. in elementary education in May of 1990 and her master's in counselor education in 1995.
Mary Bea Porter
Golf, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball / 1968-73/ Inducted 2001
Porter competed in four sports from 1968-73. In her senior season, Porter was a first-team All-American in golf and was named the College Athlete of the Year before joining the LPGA in 1973. She played on two NAIA women's golf national championship teams in 1970 and 1971.
Volleyball / 1980-83/ Inducted 1993
All-American Stuck was ASU's representative at the 1983 World University Games in Edmonton, Canada and a three-time All-WCAA player earning recognition on the first team as a junior. Was voted to the Volleyball Monthly All-America team as a junior as well as receiving a USVBA Honorable Mention. Was a member of the 1981 USA Junior National Team.
Volleyball / 1983-86/ Inducted 1996
Webb was a two-time First Team AVCA All-American in 1985 and 86. Was named First Team All-Conference in 1985 (Pacific West) and 1986 (Pac-10). After leaving ASU, Webb was named Pac-10 Player of the Decade for the 1980s. The two-time Pacific West All-Conference Honorable Mention honoree (1983-84) was a member of three Sun Devil squads that played in the NCAA tournament (1983, 85-86). Went on to play in three Olympic games (1988, 1992, 1996) and won Bronze in 1992 in Barcelona, Spain.