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The Walsh Cavaliers are adding another member of Jackson High School’s 2010 Division I state championship basketball team.

Former Polar Bears forward Josh Egner is transferring from Akron to Walsh and will be eligible to play for the Cavs next season.

The 6-foot-7 Egner played in 29 games as a backup during his two-plus seasons at Akron. He appeared in 10 of the Zips’ first 11 games last year before a back injury sidelined him the rest of the season.

Egner averaged 15.2 points and 10.4 rebounds and was an honorable mention All-Ohio selection during Jackson’s championship season. He finished his high school career with 896 points, 658 rebounds and 112 blocked shots.

“He’s definitely an athletic floor man who can do some things we don’t necessarily have now,” Young said. “I think he’s a really good fit for what we need. He comes with good experience at Jackson, winning that state championship, and played in a very good program at Akron for 2 1⁄2 years.”

Egner will be reunited with former high school teammates Brad DuPont and Josh Henniger at Walsh. DuPont, a starting guard on the state championship team, transferred to Walsh from Wheeling Jesuit last season.

Walsh is without second-leading scorer Jesse Hardin. Jesse is academically ineligible, but could rejoin the Cavs before the end of the season.


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Last Game Recap


TIFFIN, Ohio) - Behind five players who scored in
double-figures, Walsh avoided a second-half comeback by Tiffin to go on
to win by a count of 88-70 in GLIAC action Saturday afternoon. The
Cavaliers (16-6, 12-6) have now won three-straight games and move into
second place in the South Division after Ashland defeated Hillsdale. The
Dragons fall to 9-16 overall and 6-13 in the conference.


The first half was controlled almost entirely by the Cavaliers as
they never trailed in the first 20 minutes. The Cavaliers were up by as
many as 14 and were tied only once with the Dragons at 6-6. Walsh went
into the locker room for halftime up 42-32. 


The Cavs nearly led from start to finish with the exception of a
run midway through the second half by the Dragons. With Walsh up 55-48
with 13:14 to play in the game, Tiffin chipped away at the Cavs’ lead
until a 3-pointer by Khaleal McCormick gave the Dragons their only lead
at 60-59 with 8:48 to go.


Walsh was very quick to answer as the sharp-shooting Ryan Vanderhorst
(Jr., 6-3, New Knoxville, OH/HS) nailed a 3-pointer of his own on an
assist from Brad DuPont (Jr., 6-0, Massillon, OH/Jackson/Wheeling
Jesuit) 19 seconds later to go back up 62-60. That sparked a 16-1 run
over the next four minutes that put the game away for the Cavaliers.
Vanderhorst’s bonus bomb was one of five on the game as he finished with
15 points on the day coming off the bench.


His mark was only bested by Kenny Kornowski’s (Sr., 6-9,
Marshallville, OH/Smithville) game-high 24 points in another great
performance. He was a rebound shy of recording a double-double. The
Cavs’ center knocked down 9-of-14 from the field and missed only one of
his seven free throws. Kornowski has now made 51-of-80 from the field in
the month of February.


Jeff Copeland (So., 6-5, Toledo, OH/St. John’s Jesuit), DuPont, and
Davonte Beard (So., 6-2, Akron, OH/St. Vincent-St. Mary/Siena) were the
remaining three Cavaliers to also reach double-figures. Copeland pitched
in 14 and was also a rebound shy of a double-double. DuPont tallied 13
and Beard scored 12.


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Walsh You Tube Channel



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2011-12 Highlight Video


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Ticket Prices


Basketball Ticket Prices (2011-12)

Reserved seating is $8.00.

General admission seating $5.00.

Student's general admission and adults 62 and over are $3.00.

Children under 12 are free.

Walsh students, faculty and staff are admitted free with a VALID ID CARD.

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Directions to Walsh


   Campus Map & Directions

Directions from the EAST

  • Take I-271 South to I-77 South to Exit 111
  • Make a Left (East) on Portage
  • Follow Portage into residential area and veer Left at the fork in the road.
  • At second stop light, Main Street, turn Right.
  • Turn Left on East Maple at light.
  • Continue on East Maple until you reach Walsh University's main entrance on the right.

Directions from the WEST

  • Take the Turnpike I-80 East to I-77 South to Exit 111
  • Make a Left (East) on Portage
  • Follow Portage into residential area and veer Left at the fork in the road.
  • At second stop light, Main Street, turn Right.
  • Turn Left on East Maple at light.
  • Continue on East Maple until you reach Walsh University's main entrance on the right.

Directions from the SOUTH

  • Take I-77 North to Exit 111
  • Make a Right (East) on Portage
  • Follow Portage into residential area and veer Left at the fork in the road.
  • At second stop light, Main Street, turn Right.
  • Turn Left on East Maple at light.
  • Continue on East Maple until you reach Walsh University's main entrance on the right.

Directions from the NORTH

  • Take I-77 South to Exit 111
  • Make a Left (East) on Portage
  • Follow Portage into residential area and veer Left at the fork in the road.
  • At second stop light, Main Street, turn Right.
  • Turn Left on East Maple at light.
  • Continue on East Maple until you reach Walsh University's main entrance on the right.

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Cavs Court


What Is Cavs Court?

Cavs Court is the offical club of the  Walsh Men's Basketball Program.  Members are able to show their appreciation towards the Men's basketball program through: fan support, promotional activities, and financial contributions.  In return , members receive numerous perks that enhance their experience at the Alumni Arena!  The generous contributions and support given from CAVS COURT provide the necessary resources that enables the CAVALIERS to carry on a rich basketball tradition.  Join today and become part of the program! 


Contact Head Coach Jeff Young for more information@

Office 330.490.7020


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Men's Basketball Info


Walsh University Men's Basketball 2012-13

City/Zip: North Canton, OH 44720

Founded: 1958

Enrollment: 3,000

Nickname: Cavaliers

School Colors: Maroon and Gold

Arena/Gym: Alumni Arena

Capacity: 2,000

Conference: Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference/South Division

President: Richard Jusseaume

Alma Mater, Yr.: Walsh University ('67)

Athletic Director: Dale Howard

Athletic Dept. Phone: (330) 490-7035

Ticket Office Phone: (330) 244-4961


First yr. of basketball: 1962-63

Overall all-time record: 868-555

No. of yrs. in NAIA Tournament:13

Last Post Season Appearance/opponent: Cedarville 3/3/12

Result: won 78-77 OT/OIC Title Game


SID: Jim Clark

SID Office Phone: 330-490-7017

Assistant: Logan Smith

Basketball SID: Jim Clark

SID Mailing Address: 2020 Maple Street

North Canton, Ohio 44720

Overnight Address: Same


Head Coach: Jeff Young

Alma Mater, yr.: Walsh ('90)

Record at school (yrs.): 224-44 (9th yr.)

Career record (yrs.): Same

Basketball phone: 330-490-7015

Best time to reach coach: 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Assistant Coaches: John Hippley, Luke Crump, Jeremy Shardo, Ben Tucker, Ryan

Junior Varsity Coach: Brad Rader


Athletic Trainers: Doug Willmott, Angela Heintz


2011-12 Record: 26-5

Home: 11-1

Away: 8-4

Neutral: 7-0

Conference Record/finish: 10-2 First place

Starters returning/lost: 3/2

Lettermen returning/lost: 7/4


Rian Burrell (13.9 ppg, 3.5 rpg, .522 FG%, .411 3-PT %, .707 FT%, 2.5 apg, HM,
All-Freshman Team AMC, OIC Freshman of the Year)

Brad DuPont (9.2 ppg, 4.7 rpg, .429 FG%, .364 3-PT %, .676 FT %, 7.5 apg, HM

Kenny Kornowski (18.6 ppg, 8.8 rpg, .556 FG, 12 g)

Ryan Vanderhorst (7.0 pprg, 2.5 rpg, .463 FG %, .449 3-PT %, .677 FT %)

Jeff Copeland (5.3 ppg, 3.8 rpg, .570 FG %) AMC All-Freshman Team)


Ron Kinney (18.6 ppg, 5.4 rpg, .524 FG%, .447 3-pT, .727 FT%, First-Team

L. J. Sutton (12.7 ppg, 6.6 rpg, .522 FG%, HM All-AMC)


Davonte Beard (G, 6-2, So., Siena College, 5.2 ppg)

Hrvoje Vucic (C, 7-1, Jr., Valparaiso, 1,5 ppg, 1.7 rpg, 22 g)

Jordan Walker (F, 6-6, 180, Jr., South Holland, IL/Seton Academy/Midland CC

Jesse Hardin (G, 6-1, 170, Fr., Warren, OH/Harding)


Radio Station: WNPQ 95.6 FM

Radio Contact: Jim Clark

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2012-2013 Men's Roster


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 2012-13 Walsh University Men's Basketball Roster








Rian Burrell






Davonte Beard






Ryan Vanderhorst






Jeff Copeland






Brad DuPont






Jon Thompson






Jordan Walker






Jesse Hardin






Melvin Burke, Jr.






Hrvoje Vucic






Nikola Knezevic






Kenny Kornowski






Kyle Arnold






Josh Henniger






L.J. Campbell






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2012-2013 Schedule


Men's Basketball 2012-13 Schedule







Tues. 30

at Ohio State (EXH)

7 pm




Sun. 4

at Dayton (EXH)

7 pm


Mon. 12


7 pm

 W 95-61

Tues. 20


7 pm

 W 106-73

Mon. 26


7 pm

W122- 58

Thurs. 29


6 pm

 W 75-68



Sat. 1


1 pm

 W 84-75 OT

Thurs. 6

at Northwood *

6 pm

 L 77-60

Sat. 8

at Lake Superior *

1 pm

 L 71-65

Mon. 17


5 pm

 L 63-59

Sat. 29


4 pm

 W 98-61



Thurs. 3

at Grand Valley *

6 pm

 W 83-79

Sat. 5

at Ferris State *

1 pm

 L 70-68

Thurs. 10


"Allstate Night"

6 pm

 W 74-66

Sat. 12


1 pm

 W 87-76

Thurs. 17

at Ohio Dominican *

5:30 pm

 W 78-64 

Sat. 19


1 pm

W 95-89   OT

Thurs. 24


6 pm

 L 67-65

Sat. 26

at Hillsdale *

1 pm

 W 75-73



Sat. 2

at Malone *

1 pm

 W 65-55

Thurs. 7

at Ashland *

5:30 pm

 L 78-88

Sat. 9

at Lake Erie *

5 pm

 W 72-50

Thurs. 14


6 pm

 W 92-59

Sat. 16

at Tiffin *

1 pm


Thurs. 21

at Findlay *

6 pm


Sat. 23


1 pm


Wed. 27


6 pm




Sat. 2


Mayor's Cup Game

1 pm


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Head Coach - Jeff Young


Head Coach Jeff Young

Email: jyoung@walsh.edu

Phone: 330.490.7020

For seven consecutive seasons, Jeff Young took the Cavs to the heights of the NAIA. Walsh made seven straight trips to the National Tournament, won a national title in 2005, and finished as runners-up in 2010. After a year of playing in limbo, Young is poised for his next challenge; elevating the Cavs to the elite of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and NCAA Division ll. Young enters the 2012 season with the highest winning percentage of all active coaches.

Despite being unable to play for a national championship in 2011-12, all Walsh did was win the American Mideast Conference regular season championship for an unprecedented eighth straight, capture the Ohio Independent Championship (Ohio Dll schools) and finish the season 26-5. Not bad for a team that many in basketball annals said was playing for nothing. Along the way, Young posted his 200th career win at Walsh and now has an overall record of 224-44.

Young has been associated with the program since 1986, where he began his career as a player. In 2004, he was hired as the university’s 12th head basketball coach. Prior to his appointment, Young served eleven plus years as an assistant to former Head Coach Steve Loy (1992-2004), who passed away February 7, 2004 due to complications from liver cancer.

In his first year as head coach, Young led Walsh to its first men’s basketball national championship and was named NAIA National Coach of the Year. He directed the Cavs to the AMC South Division title and an overall record of 27-8 and was named AMC Coach of the Year. Walsh completed their championship run with five-straight wins in Missouri to capture the crown. Walsh would receive further national attention when Robert Whaley, the NAIA Player of the Year, was selected in the second round of the 2005 NBA Draft by the Utah Jazz, thus becoming the first Walsh player to be drafted. In his second season, Young led the Cavs to another AMC South title and NAIA National Tournament appearance. Despite failing to repeat as National Champions, the Cavs reached the NAIA Elite Eight and finished the season 27-7. In 2006-07, Walsh was again one of the most successful teams in the NAIA. The Cavs shared the AMC South regular season title with NAIA National Tournament qualifiers Cedarville University and Mount Vernon Nazarene, and then won the AMC Tournament championship. At the NAIA National Tournament, the Cavs reached the “Sweet 16” finishing the season 28-6. The 2007-08 season was again a stellar campaign for the Cavs. They won their fourth straight AMC crown (12-2), finished 25-6 overall, won the AMC North-South title game and reached the NAIA National Tournament for the fourth-straight time, again reaching the “Sweet 16”. The Cavs were ranked fourth in the final NAIA poll. The 2008-09 season  was no different than the previous four as Walsh again reached the NAIA National Tournament; tied for the AMC regular season title, won the AMC Tournament, and finished 27-4 overall and 12-1 in conference play. The 27-4 overall record and 12-1 AMC mark ranked tops in Young’s first five seasons. In 2009-10, the Cavs nearly matched their accomplishments of 2005, when they finished national runners-up, falling 67-66 to the University of Saint Francis in the title game. Walsh finished the season 32-3, with the 32 wins the second most in a single season at Walsh. They finished 15-1 in the AMC and won the AMC North/South Championship game. In 2010-11, the Cavs ran away from everyone in the AMC (17-1) and won their first 26 games and ranked number one the entire season up to that point. Walsh would finish 30-2 and regain the number one ranking and top seed in time for the NAIA National Tournament., the second straight year they went to Branson as the top seed. They spent eight weeks as the NAIA’s top ranked team.

Young’s teams at home have been nearly unbeatable. They put together a 49-game home win streak, with wins in 80 of 82 games and 104 of their last 111 home contests. Consistency has been a benchmark, as Walsh has not lost two games in a row since the 2006-07 season. As the closed their association with the NAIA in 2011, Walsh shares the mark with Oregon Tech of having been ranked for 74-straight weeks in the NAIA Division ll poll.

For the past seven years, Young has worked the NIKE Championship Basketball Clinic with the likes of Billy Donovan, Bobby Knight, Tom Izzo and Basketball Hall of Famer Larry Brown.

Young enjoyed a stellar career at Akron Ellet High School. He earned three letters for Bruce Moore and the Orangemen and scored 886 points. He was first-team All-City Series, All-Summit County, All-District and a third-team All-Ohio selection.

The sharp shooting guard enrolled at Walsh in 1986 and launched a magnificent four-year career. Young demonstrated his ability to score right away, and in his freshman season averaged 6.4 ppg in 32 games. In his sophomore season he averaged 14.6 ppg and was named first-team All-MOC and All-District 22. He averaged 19.5 ppg his junior year and was named second-team All-MOC, and first-team All-District 22. Young’s senior year was just as prolific as the first three. He averaged 20.1 points and led the Cavs to the NAIA playoffs. Young scored 1,814 career points to become Walsh’s all-time scoring leader (since broken by Corry Appline). He was named first-team All-MOC and District 22, District 22 Player of the Year, and NAIA Honorable Mention All-American his senior year. Young averaged 15.0 ppg and is currently third on the all-time scoring list. He is a member (player) of the Walsh University Wall of Fame.

Young, an Akron native, earned his bachelor's degree from Walsh in physical education in 1990. He completed requirements for his master's degree in education from Walsh in 1991. Young also served as Walsh’s Men’s Golf Coach for seven years and initiated the women’s program. He guided the men to the American Mideast Conference Golf Championship and a NAIA National Tournament appearance in 2002, and led the women to the AMC title in their first full year. In October of 2009 Jeff was inducted into the Summit County Sports Hall of Fame. Jeff and his wife, the former Lesley Keller, were blessed with the birth of their first child, Audrey Paige, in December 2006 and twins Benjamin Jeffrey and Tessa Rae and son Blake. The Young’s reside in Jackson Township.

Young's at Walsh    
Year W-L Pct.
2003-04 1-4 .250
2004-05 27-8 .771
2005-06 27-7 .794
2006-07 28-6 .824
2007-08 26-5 .839
2008-09 27-4 .871
2009-10 32-3 .914
2010-11 30-2 .938
2011-12 26-5 .839
Totals 224-44 .836

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Season Outlook


2012-13 Outlook

>> NCAA, GLIAC on the Horizon for Cavs

Walsh ended its long association with the American Mideast Conference by winning another championship last year. Despite not being eligible for a national championship, the Cavs went about their way of winning, 26 times to be exact. Walsh won a record eighth consecutive AMC title, and captured the post season Ohio Independent Championship against like NCAA ll schools. In July, Walsh was approved for the provisional year (three) in the NCAA membership process. The result moves the Cavalier athletics program a step closer to becoming a full-fledged Division II member in time for the 2013-14 academic year.

Since the arrival of Bob Huggins and Dan Peters in the 1980’s the Walsh basketball program has done nothing but win. However, the last eight years truly represent a “Golden Era” for Cavs’ Basketball. Under Head Coach Jeff Young (224-44, 8 yrs.), the Cavs have reeled off 224 wins, won the NAIA National Championship, finished as national runners-up, captured eight consecutive conference championships and made seven consecutive national tournament appearances. Despite being denied the chance to play for a national title last year, the Cavs finished 26-5 overall and 10-2 in the AMC. At no point of the season did it appear that the Cavs were a team in limbo. And, for the fifth straight season, the Cavs demonstrated their greatest trait, consistency, as they did not suffer back-to-back defeats. They also proved to be nearly unbeatable at home finishing 11-1. Despite having their home win streak end at 48, and suffering their first home loss in the new Alumni Arena, the Cavs have been remarkable at home with wins in 59 of their last 60 games.


Walsh returns three starters and seven letter winners for their first season of Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play. Walsh will have to replace a pair of 1,000 point scorers in Ron Kinney and L. J. Sutton. Kinney, despite playing with a fractured finger on his shooting hand, averaged 18.6 points, shot 54% from the field and 45% from three-point. Sutton averaged a career-best 12.7 points; shot 54% from the field a grabbed 6.6 rebounds. Their leadership and game-changing abilities will be missed.

Young returns starters Brad DuPont (6-0, Jr., Massillon, OH/Jackson) at the point; sophomore Rian Burrell (6-3, Zanesville, OH/HS) at the three and post man Kenny Kornowski (6-9, Sr., Marshallville, OH/Smithville). DuPont transferred from Wheeling Jesuit and took command of the offense right-away, leading the team in assists (7.5) and earning honorable mention All-American Mideast Conference honors. He has the uncanny ability of finding the open man in the tradition of the outstanding point guards at Walsh. He became only the second Cavalier to post a triple-double and nearly missed on several more. Having DuPont in the system for a full year will even further his effectiveness.

Burrell had a breakout year as a freshman, averaging 13.9 points, while shooting 52% from the field and 41% from three-point. His athletic ability makes him tough to defend. He shot 41% from three-point, but also has the ability to get to rim with an explosive step. He was named to the All-AMC Team and Freshman Team. Burrell is coming off meniscus surgery in October, but will be full go in time for the season opener on November 12.

Kornowski was off to the finest start of his career when he suffered a season-ending knee injury in December. He was averaging 18.6 points, 8.8 rebounds and was shooting 56% from the floor. He had a 28-point effort at Dayton in an exhibition, and tossed in a career-high 36 points in the Hoops 4 Healing Classic. Having Kornowski back in the paint will be huge. He can score with his back to the basket, but also possess a soft touch from the perimeter.

Transfer Davonte Beard (6-2, So., Akron, OH/St. Vincent-St. Mary/Siena) will start at shooting guard. Beard, D-l transfer from Siena College (NY), averaged 5.2 points in ten games before transferring to Walsh last December. He gives the Cavs another guard in the mold of Burrell, a shooter with the ability to knock down the three, and drive to the basket.

Hrvoje Vucic (7-1, Jr., Split, Croatia/Faust Vrancic/Valparaiso) transfers from division one Valparaiso University and is the tallest player in Cavs’ history. Vucic, along with Kornowski, gives the Cavs’ the biggest frontline in the history of the program.

Also returning are sharp-shooting junior guard Ryan Vanderhorst (6-3, Jr., New Knoxville, OH/HS) and swing man Jeff Copeland (6-5, So., Toledo, OH/St. John’s Jesuit).  Vanderhorst averaged 7.0 points per game and shot 46% from the field and 45% from three-point. He was another player who took full advantage of increased playing time. He can change the course of a game when he gets hot. Copeland came off the bench as a freshman and averaged 5.3 points, 3.8 points and shot 57% from the field. By the time the season ended, his playing time had increased and it was becoming difficult to keep him off the floor.

Also look for L .J. Campbell (6-8, So., Weirton, WV/Weir); Jesse Hardin (6-1, Fr., Warren, OH/Harding) and Midland Texas CC transfer Jordan Walker (6-6, Jr., South Holland, IL/Seton Academy) to be in the mix.  Campbell will help bolster the frontline, with Hardin seeing time at the point and Walker at the three. All three have been impressive in the preseason.


Walsh continues the tradition of playing NCAA Division one opponent’s in exhibition matchups. For the fifth straight year the Cavs travel to Columbus to meet Ohio State University (10.30). The Buckeyes won their third straight Big Ten title and advanced to the Final Four, finishing the season 31-8 last season. They were ranked fourth in the USA Today Preseason Coaches’ Poll. The Cavs and Buckeyes have met six times, with the first meeting in the 2006-07 season.

The Cavs make a return trip to Dayton on November 4.  The Flyers, a member of the Atlantic 10 Conference, finished 20-13 last year.

The Cavs open GLIAC play on November 29, at home, against Northern Michigan. The Cavs meet South Division powers Findlay (24-7) and Hillsdale (24-6) at home on January 24 and February 23 respectively. They play all South Division teams’ home and home. The Cavs are renewing rivalries with former MOC/AMC teams Ohio Dominican and Tiffin. The annual Mayors’ Cup game with Malone is home on March 2. Walsh plays at Malone on February 2.

The Cavs get their first taste of GLIAC life on the road at Northwood (MI) and Lake Superior (MI) in December.

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CAVS Basketball Camp


Men's Basketball Summer Camp

Dates: June 17-20 or July 8-11
Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Location: Walsh University
Cost: $200 per person

For boys in grades 4-9. Each camper will receive an official Walsh
University basketball, t-shirt, free lunch and a written skill
evaluation form.

To reserve your space, please complete the form below. To complete registration, download an individual camp application and submit the completed application along with payment* to: Cavalier Basketball Camp, Walsh University, 2020 East Maple St., North Canton, Ohio 44720-3336.

*Check should be made payable to Jeff Young.


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Wall Of Fame


Walsh University Men's Basketball Wall of Fame

Name/Year Graduated/Year Inducted

Nick Pallotta/1967/1983

Ray Dungen/1981/1983

Mike Parker/1976/1983

Charles "Hop" Collier/1971/1983

Dave Potopsky/1982/1983

Ed Robinson/1977/1983

Herb Bowen/1973/1983

Craig Luther/1980/1983

Jimmy Walker/1977/1983

Ricky Williams/1983/1985

Mark Zeltman/1983/1985

Jeff Szczepanski/1983/1985

Kris Kowalski/1983/1985

Curtis Craft/1984/1985

Oscar Wilmington/1984/1986

Bob Huggins/*1986

Steve Campbell/ 1986/1987

Billy Jo Williams/1985/1987

Hymie Ginsburg/*1988

Roy Shiel/*1991

Allen Walker/1987/1993

Dan Peters/*/1998

Tony Pellegrene/1968/1999

Joe Bogdan/1964/2000

Jeff Young/1990/2001

Corry Appline/1992/2003

Steve Loy/* 2005

Greg Geig/1993/2005

* Did not graduate from Walsh

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