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ISU Hall of Fame 2016 inductees honored

Three new Hall of Famers performing

The 2016 Hall of Fame inductees were Jared Dufault, Krystal Featherston, and Lori Vogel.

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.

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