TCU to induct six athletes into Lettermen’s Hall of Fame

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Six former athletes have been selected to the TCU Lettermen’s Association Hall of Fame.

Kim Collins, Wilson Groseclose, Paul Robinson, Bo Schobel, Bobby Stewart and Stevanie Wadsworth Ferguson will be honored in a ceremony and banquet at TCU’s Brown-Lupton University Union on Oct. 10.

Collins (2000-01) became one of the school’s top sprinters. The three-time NCAA champion holds school records in the indoor 60 meters (6.53 seconds) and outdoor 200 meters (20.08). He competed in the Summer Olympics in 1996, 2000 and 2008 for St. Kitts.

Groseclose (1933-35) was a three-year letterman for both football and basketball. He played tackle on Dutch Meyer’s national championship team before being drafted by the NFL’s Boston Redskins in 1936.

Robinson (1993-96) is the school’s most decorated singles player, finishing with the No. 3 national ranking as a senior in 1996.

Schobel (2000, 2002-03) was as a star defensive end for Gary Patterson. Schobel is second on TCU’s all-time sacks chart (28.5) and he played five seasons in the NFL for four teams (Tennessee, Indianapolis, Arizona and Jacksonville). He earned a championship ring with the Colts in Super Bowl XLI.

Stewart (1978-80) was TCU’s leading receiver in 1979 and 1980 and collected more than 1,000 yards in his career. He played for the New Orleans Saints in 1982.

Ferguson (1993-95) was one of the top throwers in TCU history. She earned five All-America honors in the shot put and won four Southwest Conference championships. She owns school records in the shot put both indoors (55 foot, 1/4 inches) and outdoors (56-4 3/4).

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