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W Swim
12/03
9 a.m.
at Logger Open
M Swim
12/03
9 a.m.
at Logger Open
Women's Basketball
12/03
4:00 PM
at Pacific
Men's Basketball
12/03
6:00 PM
at Pacific
W Swim
12/04
9 a.m.
at Logger Open
M Swim
12/04
9 a.m.
at Logger Open
Women's Basketball
12/08
6:00 PM
Warner Pacific
Men's Basketball
12/09
7:30 PM
Portland Bible
Women's Basketball
12/17
4:00 PM
Buena Vista
Men's Basketball
12/18
3:00 PM
at Illinois Tech
Women's Basketball
12/18
4:00 PM
Trinity (Tex.)
Men's Basketball
12/19
3:00 PM
at UC Santa Cruz
Women's Basketball
12/29
10:00 AM
vs. Coe
@ Las Vegas, Nev.
Women's Basketball
12/30
2:00 PM
vs. Wis.-Eau Claire
@ D3hoops.com Classic, Las Vegas
Women's Basketball
01/06
6:00 PM
George Fox
Men's Basketball
01/06
8:00 PM
George Fox
Women's Basketball
01/07
4:00 PM
Willamette
Men's Basketball
01/07
6:00 PM
Willamette
Women's Basketball
01/13
6:00 PM
at Whitman
Men's Basketball
01/13
8:00 PM
at Whitman
W Swim
01/14
TBA
Southwestern Oregon Community College
M Swim
01/14
TBA
Southwestern Oregon Community College
Women's Basketball
01/14
4:00 PM
at Whitworth
Men's Basketball
01/14
6:00 PM
at Whitworth
Women's Basketball
01/17
6:00 PM
at Puget Sound
Men's Basketball
01/17
8:00 PM
at Puget Sound
W Swim
01/20
6 p.m.
Whitworth
M Swim
01/20
6 p.m.
Whitworth
W Swim
01/21
1 p.m.
Whitman
M Swim
01/21
1 p.m.
Whitman
Women's Basketball
01/21
4:00 PM
at Linfield
Men's Basketball
01/21
6:00 PM
at Linfield
Women's Basketball
01/27
6:00 PM
Pacific
Men's Basketball
01/27
8:00 PM
Pacific
W Swim
01/28
1 p.m.
Puget Sound
M Swim
01/28
1 p.m.
Puget Sound
Women's Basketball
01/28
4:00 PM
Lewis & Clark
Men's Basketball
01/28
6:00 PM
Lewis & Clark
Baseball
02/03
1:30 PM
at George Fox
Women's Basketball
02/03
6:00 PM
at Willamette
Men's Basketball
02/03
8:00 PM
at Willamette
Baseball
02/04
10:00 AM
vs. Whitworth
@ George Fox Univ.
Baseball
02/04
4:00 PM
at Linfield
Women's Basketball
02/04
4:00 PM
at George Fox
Men's Basketball
02/04
6:00 PM
at George Fox
Baseball
02/05
10:00 AM
vs. Whitman
@ Newberg, Ore.
Men's Tennis
02/05
1:00 PM
at Seattle
W Swim
02/10
10 a.m.
at Northwest Conference Championships
M Swim
02/10
10 a.m.
at Northwest Conference Championships
Baseball
02/10
2:00 PM
at Pomona-Pitzer
Women's Basketball
02/10
6:00 PM
Whitworth
Men's Basketball
02/10
8:00 PM
Whitworth
W Swim
02/11
10 a.m.
at Northwest Conference Championships
M Swim
02/11
10 a.m.
at Northwest Conference Championships
Baseball
02/11
11:00 AM
at Pomona-Pitzer
Baseball
02/11
2:00 PM
at Pomona-Pitzer
Women's Basketball
02/11
4:00 PM
Whitman
Men's Basketball
02/11
6:00 PM
Whitman
W Swim
02/12
10 a.m.
at Northwest Conference Championships
M Swim
02/12
10 a.m.
at Northwest Conference Championships
Women's Basketball
02/14
6:00 PM
Puget Sound
Men's Basketball
02/14
8:00 PM
Puget Sound
Women's Basketball
02/17
6:00 PM
Linfield
Men's Basketball
02/17
8:00 PM
Linfield
Baseball
02/18
11:00 AM
at Puget Sound
Women's Tennis
02/18
1:00 PM
Whitman
Men's Tennis
02/18
1:00 PM
at Whitman
Baseball
02/18
3:00 PM
at Puget Sound
Women's Tennis
02/19
10:30 AM
Linfield
Baseball
02/19
12:00 PM
at Puget Sound
Men's Basketball
02/23
TBA
at Northwest Conference Championships
02/25
TBA
at Saint Martin's
Men's Basketball
02/25
TBA
at Northwest Conference Championships
Baseball
02/25
11:00 AM
Lewis & Clark
Women's Tennis
02/25
1:00 PM
at Puget Sound
Men's Tennis
02/25
1:00 PM
Puget Sound
Baseball
02/25
2:00 PM
Lewis & Clark
02/26
TBA
at Saint Martin's
Men's Tennis
02/26
10:30 AM
Linfield
Baseball
02/26
12:00 PM
Lewis & Clark
Baseball
03/04
11:00 AM
at Linfield
Men's Tennis
03/04
12:00 PM
at Puget Sound
Women's Tennis
03/04
1:00 PM
Puget Sound
Baseball
03/04
2:00 PM
at Linfield
Men's Tennis
03/05
10:30 AM
Lewis & Clark
Baseball
03/05
12:00 PM
at Linfield
Women's Tennis
03/05
12:00 PM
at Lewis & Clark
03/11
9 a.m.
PLU Invitational
Baseball
03/11
11:00 AM
Pacific
Women's Tennis
03/11
1:00 PM
George Fox
Men's Tennis
03/11
1:00 PM
at George Fox
Baseball
03/11
2:00 PM
Pacific
Women's Tennis
03/12
10:30 AM
Willamette
Men's Tennis
03/12
11:00 AM
at Willamette
Baseball
03/12
12:00 PM
Pacific
W Swim
03/15
TBA
at NCAA Division III Championships
M Swim
03/15
TBA
at NCAA Division III Championships
W Swim
03/16
TBA
at NCAA Division III Championships
M Swim
03/16
TBA
at NCAA Division III Championships
W Swim
03/17
TBA
at NCAA Division III Championships
M Swim
03/17
TBA
at NCAA Division III Championships
03/18
TBA
at Hagg Lake Invitational
W Swim
03/18
TBA
at NCAA Division III Championships
M Swim
03/18
TBA
at NCAA Division III Championships
Baseball
03/18
12:00 PM
at Whitworth
Women's Tennis
03/18
1:00 PM
Whitworth
Baseball
03/18
3:00 PM
at Whitworth
Baseball
03/19
12:00 PM
at Whitworth
Baseball
03/25
12:00 PM
Whitman
Baseball
03/25
3:00 PM
Whitman
Women's Tennis
03/26
TBA
at Occidental
Baseball
03/26
12:00 PM
Whitman
03/27
TBA
at West Cup
Women's Tennis
03/27
2:00 PM
at Biola
03/28
TBA
at West Cup
Women's Tennis
03/28
10:00 AM
at Hope International
Men's Tennis
03/28
2:00 PM
at Biola
Men's Tennis
03/30
4:00 PM
at Occidental
Women's Tennis
04/01
TBA
at Linfield
Baseball
04/01
12:00 PM
at Willamette
Men's Tennis
04/01
1:00 PM
at Linfield
Baseball
04/01
3:00 PM
at Willamette
Women's Tennis
04/02
TBA
at Pacific
Men's Tennis
04/02
10:00 AM
Pacific
Baseball
04/02
12:00 PM
at Willamette
Baseball
04/04
6:00 PM
vs. Puget Sound
@ Cheney Stadium
Men's Tennis
04/07
4:00 PM
Whitworth
04/08
9 a.m.
Pacific and Willamette
04/08
11 a.m.
Mills and Pacific
04/08
TBA
at Spring Classic
04/08
TBA
at NWC Spring Classic
Baseball
04/08
12:00 PM
George Fox
Women's Tennis
04/08
1:00 PM
at Whitworth
Men's Tennis
04/08
1:00 PM
Whitworth
Baseball
04/08
3:00 PM
George Fox
04/09
9 a.m.
Lamberth Cup
04/09
TBA
at Spring Classic
04/09
TBA
at NWC Spring Classic
Women's Tennis
04/09
TBA
at Whitman
Men's Tennis
04/09
10:00 AM
Whitman
Baseball
04/09
12:00 PM
George Fox
Baseball
04/14
11:00 AM
Cal Lutheran
Baseball
04/14
2:00 PM
Cal Lutheran
04/15
TBA
at Spring Thaw
Baseball
04/15
11:00 AM
Cal Lutheran
Women's Tennis
04/15
1:00 PM
College of Idaho
04/16
TBA
at Spring Thaw
Baseball
04/21
TBA
at Northwest Conference Tournament
04/22
9 a.m.
at Northwest Conference Championships
04/22
TBA
Northwest Conference Championships
04/22
TBA
at Northwest Conference Championships
Baseball
04/22
TBA
at Northwest Conference Tournament
Women's Tennis
04/22
TBA
at Northwest Conference Championships
Men's Tennis
04/22
TBA
vs. Northwest Conference Championships
@ TBA
04/23
TBA
Northwest Conference Championships
04/23
TBA
at Northwest Conference Championships
Baseball
04/23
TBA
at Northwest Conference Tournament
Women's Tennis
04/23
TBA
at Northwest Conference Championships
Men's Tennis
04/23
TBA
vs. Northwest Conference Championships
@ TBA
Baseball
04/28
3:00 PM
at George Fox
04/29
All Day
at WIRA Championships
Baseball
04/29
3:00 PM
vs. Linfield
@ Forest Grove, Ore.
Baseball
04/29
5:00 PM
at Pacific
04/30
All Day
at WIRA Championships
Baseball
04/30
12:00 PM
vs. Pacific
@ McMinnville, Ore.
Baseball
04/30
3:00 PM
vs. Linfield
@ Forest Grove, Ore.
05/09
TBA
at NCAA Division III Championships
05/25
TBA
at NCAA Division III Championships
05/26
TBA
at NCAA Division III Championships
05/27
TBA
at NCAA Division III Championships
PP

Inside Athletics - History & Excellence

1991 Inductees
(Inducted Oct. 18, 1991)

 

 

CHUCK CURTIS
(Men's Basketball)

The mainstay of the "Big Three" basketball dynasty in the late 1950s, Chuck Curtis is the Lutes' all-time scoring leader, accumulating 2,173 points. His career scoring average of 19.7 is second on the Pacific Lutheran career list. He led Pacific Lutheran College to the NAIA national tournament four years in a row, culminated by a runner-up finish in 1958-59 and third place performance in 1956-57. He was named to the NAIA all-tournament team in both 1957 and 1959. Curtis also earned NAIA All-America honors in 1957 and 1959, received AP Little All-America recognition in 1957, 1958 and 1959 and UPI All-America accord in 1959. Besides setting the career scoring record, Curtis also established the single-game scoring record of 44 points against Whitworth College in 1958. His name appears four times on PLU's top 10 list for individual single-game scoring highs. In his final three seasons, Curtis averaged 14.2 rebounds per game. Curtis was drafted in 1959 by the Detroit Pistons and eventually landed with the New York Tapers, where he was the number two scorer and top rebounder.

     
  ROGER IVERSON
(Men's Basketball)

At five-feet-nine, Roger Iverson belied the theory that college basketball is only for the tall. As a Lute guard, Iverson was a four-time All-EvCo selection and was twice a member of the NAIA All-Tournament team. He scored 1,820 points (still second best on the all-time school scoring list) and averaged 15.6 points per game during his outstanding four-year career at Pacific Lutheran College. Iverson's best season came as a senior when he scored 540 points, fourth on the single-season scoring list, and averaged 18.6 points per game. In the 1959 national tournament, Iverson's tireless play earned him the event's "Mr. Hustle" award. He was named in 1971 to the All-Time NAIA All-Tournament Team, the only player from the Northwest, and the only player under six feet tall, to be so honored. Iverson, a member of the NAIA Hall of Fame, earned NAIA All-America honors in 1958 (third team) and 1959 (second team) and also was an AP Little All-America honorable mention pick as a senior.

     
  DIANNE JOHNSON
(Cross Country, Nordic Skiing and Track & Field)

During her Pacific Lutheran career, Dianne Johnson earned All-America status in cross country, nordic skiing and track. In cross country, she was a three-year national participant, inspirational winner, captain, and conference and district champion. She placed fourth at the 1981 national cross country meet. Johnson's times still rank in PLU's top 10 in two categories -- best performance and conference meet performance. She is ranked in the top 20 list for best times by Pacific Lutheran runners at the NAIA national meet. A three-year letter winner in skiing, Johnson placed fourth in the cross country event at the 1982 National Collegiate Ski Association meet. In track, she claimed inspirational and captain awards, twice earned all-conference status, was a regional champion in two events, and competed twice at nationals. She was fourth in the 10,000 and fifth in the 5,000 at the 1982 national meet. Also a scholar, Johnson was the recipient of the 1982 George Fisher Scholar-Athlete and PLU's Woman of the Year in Sports awards.

     
 

EARL PLATT
(Football, Basketball)

A tremendous football player, Earl Platt was one of Pacific Lutheran College's first Little All-Americans, earning the honor in 1940. A member of the outstanding Gladiators teams in the years preceding World War II, Platt was an all-star both offensively and defensively, playing end for the Lutes. He went on to play in the Coast Pro League after World War II. Besides being a great football player, Platt was also an all-conference player for the Lute basketball squad and was a member of the team that won PLC's first Winco League championship. Platt's third sport was baseball, where he was a starting first baseman.

     

 

SIG SIGURDSON
(Football)

Though he never played football in high school, Sig Sigurdson in 1940 became one of Pacific Lutheran College's first Little All-Americans. Sigurdson starred on the great PLC teams of the late 1930s and early 1940s. He was the first Lute gridder to sign a pro football contract, playing for the Baltimore Colts and also for Seattle-Tacoma in the Coast Pro League. He was a four-year starter at end, both offensively and defensively. An athlete of great versatility, Sigurdson was, in addition, a four-year starter in basketball, and also played baseball, golf and tennis for the Lutes.

     
 

JIM VAN BEEK
(Men's Basketball)

Jim Van Beek was one of the stars during the glory days of Pacific Lutheran College men's basketball. During Van Beek's career, the Lutes won 37 straight games against Evergreen Conference rivals and represented District I at the NAIA national tournament four straight years. Van Beek was a three-time All-EvCo pick and a 1959 NAIA All-Tournament selection. In the 1959 championship game against Tenessee State, Van Beek led the Lutes with a team-high 24 points. He was PLC's leading field goal percentage shooter and averaged 12.7 points per contest during the 1956-57 season. Van Beek averaged a career-best 16.8 points per game as a senior and finished his four seasons at Pacific Lutheran with 1,207 points, averaging 11.1 per contest.

     
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