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Jay Barrs
Archery / 1983-84
/ Inducted 2001
Barrs (men's archery) competed for ASU from 1983-84 and was a two-time national intercollegiate champion before winning gold and silver medals at the 1988 Olympics. Barrs was the 1987 United States Olympic Committee Male Archer of the Year, a gold medalist at the 1987 Pan American Games and placed third at the 1987 World Championship.

Carole Cheuvront Clark
Archery / 1977-1980
/ Inducted 1981
National Archery Association individual champion, 1980, Clark was also a four-time All-America. Clark was a regular member of Sun Devil teams that won Women's National Archery Association championships, 1977-80. Clark won the national mixed team title in her final three years at ASU.

Carol Jurn
Archery / 1971-1974
/ Inducted 1980
Jurn was the United States intercollegiate champion, 1974, and an All-American team member, 1971-1974. She was also the United States Las Vegas Indoor runner-up, 1973, champion in 1974. She was the Arizona indoor intercollegiate champion, 1971-1974, and outdoor champion 1972 and 1974. She was on the All-Southwest regional intercollegiate team, 1972-1973.

Steve Lieberman
Archery / 1971-1974
/ Charter Inductee 1975
Lieberman was the United States Intercollegiate Champion 1971-72, 1974, and on the All-American team 1971-1974. He is the first ASU male athlete to win A-A four straight years. He was the World Field champion in 1973, and named the United States Male Archery Athlete of the Year in 1974.

Rick McKinney
Archery / 1980-1984
/ Inducted 1990
A member of three U.S. Olympic teams (1976, 1984, 1988), McKinney captured silver medals at the 1984 and 1988 Olympics. Winner of three Pan Am Game Medals, he won seven U.S. intercollegiate titles during his Sun Devil career, and earned All-America honors four times. In addition, he was a member of four national championship teams at Arizona State University. In 1983, McKinney, a former World Record holder, was selected as Male Sportsman of the Year by the U.S. Olympic Committee and won three world and nine U.S. National championships.

Sheri Torrance Rhodes
Archery / 1973-1976 / Inducted 1984

An All-Southwest and All-American selection for three consecutive years (1974-1976), Rhodes was one of the nation's outstanding archers, finishing as high as 10th in national competition. In 1976, she was named archery coach for the University, and was named National Archery Association Coach of the Year in 1983. She coached the U.S. team at the 1983 World Championships under her tutelage. ASU won 19 national titles in her first nine coaching seasons.

Judy Severance
Archery / 1964-1967
/ Inducted 1976
Severance ranked number one in collegiate women's archery in 1965-66-67 and ranked sixth in 1964. She was the first four-time All-America archer in the history of intercollegiate competition in the U.S. Severance was the first ASU athlete, male or female, to gain All-America status for four consecutive years.

Jean Stephenson
Archery / 1974-1976
/ Inducted 1978
Stephenson held two U.S. intercollegiate all-time records with 281 for 50 meters and a mid-FITA round score of 575. Jean also participated in the 1976 U.S. Olympic Games team tryouts. As a member of ASU's United States intercollegiate championship women's team and All-America in 1975 and 1976, she was also a member of ASU's intercollegiate championship mixed team in 1976.

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