Hall Of Fame Inductees

Old Dominion inducted four former athletes and an administrator into the sports Hall of Fame this spring: Mikki Baile, assistant athletic director who served on the staff from 1975 to 2004 and coached field hockey from 1975-79; Tony Morris ’82, the first Monarch to hit single-season double-figure home runs and owner of ODU’s longest hitting streak (23 games) for 18 years; Cal Bowdler ’99, only the second Monarch to be selected in the first round of the NBA draft (17th overall pick by the Hawks) and the CAA leader in rebounding and blocked shots his junior and senior years; Tony Gsell ’01, the Monarchs’ all-time home run leader (37) and fifth in both runs scored (191) and hits (261); and Jill Reeve ’93, who helped ODU win three straight NCAA field hockey titles and went on to join the U.S. Olympic and national teams.