Gymnastics / 1971-1975 / Inducted 1979
Alexander gained All-America honors in the floor exercise competition in all four years he competed for ASU. He was the Western Athletic Conference champion for three years, and runner-up a fourth year. He was also an all-around gymnast with a career best of over 53 points accumulated across the six events.
Gymnastics / 1976-1978/ Inducted 1999
Winner of the 1976 WAC parallel bars crown and 1977 Rocky Mountain Open All-Around Champion, he also earned All-American honors in 1978 in the all-around and parallel bars and led the team to an NCAA runner-up finish. He was named the 1979 National AAU all-around champion. Representing the U.S., he competed in the Soviet Union and Israel. He served as an ASU assistant coach from 1980-1993.
Gymnastics / 1972-1975/ Inducted 1977
Brown became the second ASU gymnast to win NCAA honors when he took the floor exercise title in 1975. Later that year, he was a recipient of the $1,000 NCAA Academic Scholarship his for 3.7 grade average in political science. He upset Gary Alexander in the floor exercise competition in the Western Athletic Conference championship meet before winning nationals. Brown won All-American honors in 1975.
Gymnastics / 1963-1964/ Inducted 1976
Evans was the NCAA still rings champion in 1964, after finishing fourth in 1963. He won All-America honors both years and was selected to the All-United States team in 1964. He also won WAC still rings honors in 1963 and 1964 before becoming ASU's first NCAA gymnastics champ in 1964. Evans never witnessed nor competed in gymnastics before coming to ASU.
Gymnastics / 1985-86
Two-time All-American in four events and two-time NCAA champion in parallel and high bars in his two years at ASU. The 1986 U.S. Olympic Committee Gymnast-of-the-Year and Pac-10 Gymnast-of-the-Year in 1985. Won the conference championship in 1986. Won 1986 NCAA parallel bars and horizontal bars titles, and finished second in pommel horse and third in the all-around competition. Placed first at 1985 USA Championships in parallel and high bars, and placed second in still rings and the all-around competition. Helped lead ASU to 1985 Pac-10 and 1986 NCAA Championships.