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By The Numbers: 2013 ASU Hall Of Fame Inductees
Courtesy: Sun Devil Athletics
Release: 10/09/2013
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The Arizona State University Sports Hall of Fame will welcome seven former Sun Devil greats to its ranks this weekend.

Willie Bloomquist (Baseball) | Reka Cseresnyes (Women’s Tennis) | Chris Hanell (Men’s Golf) | Todd Heap (Football) | John Jacobs (Baseball) | Eric Larkin (Wrestling) | J.R. Redmond (Football) 

·      .394 – Bloomquist’s batting average (finished as third best in school history)

·      1 – Cseresnyes was the first freshman in women’s tennis program history to earn All-American honors

·      4 - Number of school records Jacobs set in 1960: 49 RBI, nine triples, 25 extra-base hits, .649 slugging percentage

·      5 – Bloomquist still ranks in the top five in runs (216), stolen bases (72) and triples (22)

·      6 - Jacobs led the to sixth in a poll voted on by collegiate baseball coaches in 1960, making that team the highest ranked program of any sport in school history

·      10 – Hanell finished in the top 10 nationally as an individual in each of his four years at ASU

·      12 – Redmond’s career 100-yard rushing performances, which is tied for the fifth most in school history

·      24 – Number of rounds Hanell shot in the 60s

·      25 – Cseresnyes was ranked nationally in the top 25 in each of her four years at ASU

·      30 - Number of Heap’s catches that resulted in a first down or touchdown in his last season at ASU

·      34-0 – Larkin’s perfect record during his senior season in 2003

·      71.44 – Hanell’s stroke average in 58 career tournaments

·      94 - number of wins Jacobs led his team to in his four seasons at ASU

·      100 – Bloomquist is one of two players in school history to record 100 hits in consecutive seasons

·      104 – Cseresnyes’ wins in her four seasons at ASU

·      115 – Heap’s career catches - he was the first tight end in school history to catch more than 100 passes

·      123 – Larkin’s career victories, which is tied for sixth all time at ASU

·      175 – Bloomquist’s career starts from 1997-99

·      179 – Number of rounds Hanell played in his ASU career, including 79 at par or under

·      350 – Redmond’s all-purpose yards against USC in 1998, which still stands as a school record

·      1,685 – Heap set the school record for career receiving yards by a tight end – by more than 300 yards

·      1999 – Heap put together one of the most dominating offensive performances in school history as he notched a then-record 55 receptions and 832 receiving yards in 1999

·      2003 – Year Larkin earned the Dan Hodge Award, given to NCAA’s top wrestler and the most prestigious award in the sport, as well being the NCAA Division I National Champion at 149 pounts, the Pac-10 Medal of Honor winner an a nominee for the ESPY Award for Best Collegiate Male Athlete

·      3,299 - Redmond’s career rushing yards, one of only four Sun Devils to rush more than 3,000 yards

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