Illinois State Athletics welcomed three former student-athletes into the ISU Athletics Percy Family Hall of Fame during Homecoming, while also honoring a volunteer with the Stretch Miller Award.
The 2016 inductees include former baseball standout Jared Dufault, a 2002 physical education teacher graduate. Dufault was a career .346 hitter and two-time, All-MVC First-Team selection player at ISU.
Krystal Featherston graduated in 2005 with a degree in public relations. She became ISU’s only three-time MVC Diver of the Year. She was also a four-time All-MVC First-Team selection.
Lori Vogel studied speech communication and is a 1988 graduate. A member of ISU’s softball team, she holds the University record for fewest walks per game and ranks second in career victories and innings pitched. She is a two-time All-Gateway Conference First-Team selection.
Neal MacDonald was honored with the Miller Award for serving as a longtime member of ISU’s official statistics crew. The award celebrates contributions of those whose main services are not playing or coaching, but are important to the program’s success.