Warrior Booster ClubHall of HonorFriday, April 4, 20146 p.m. - Worsham (SLTC)
Millard Phillips '38 of Imboden lettered four years in Warrior football (guard), basketball (guard), and track (pole vault, high jump, discus, and shot). In 1937 his vault of 13' 1/2" broke the state record; in the 1938 state meet he won the high-point trophy, winning first in the vault and discus and second in the shot put.
Wes Crawford '65 of Blytheville was a four-year letterman in basketball from 1961 to 1965. He was a four-year starter on a team that opened Grove Gymnasium in 1961 with a four-year record of 63 wins, 37 losses and a 63% winning percentage. The Warriors qualified for the NAIA District playoffs all four years and finished 3rd in the AIC one year and runner-up in the tournament one year. He was Honorable Mention All-AIC twice, Second Team All-AIC once and finished second in scoring on the team his junior year.
John Kane '76 of Conway was a four-year letterman in swimming and was a member of three AIC Championship teams. As a freshman in 1973 he won and set a new conference record in the 200 yard breast stroke and was a member of a record setting 400 yard medley relay team. In 1974 as high point man in the AIC Meet, setting a new record in the 200 yard breast stroke, winning the 100 yard free style, and the 1000 yard individual medley. In 1975 he again was the high point man and won the 200 yard breast stroke, setting a new Hendrix and AIC record, won the 200 yard medley, tying the AIC record. He also won the 1000 yard free style, 400 yard individual medley, and 200 yard breast stroke. In 1976 he was first in the 200 yard individual medley, the 200 yard breast stroke and third in the 1000 yard free style.
Frank Poff '79 of Texarkana lettered four years as a diver on the swim team from 1976-79 where he was a member of three AIC Championship teams. Poff was conference champion, All-AIC three years, conference record holder, and Hendrix College record holder in three meter diving, and Hendrix College record holder in one meter diving three years. He was an NAIA National Qualifier two years and served as team captain his senior year. He was a three year member of the Warrior Water Polo Team and served as captain his senior year. He also served as a Hendrix basketball cheerleader, student representative and chair to the Student Athletic Committee, and to the Athletic Advisory Committee. He was the recipient of the Carl Babcock Leadership in Athletics Award in 1978-79.
Kim Ralston Kelley '97 Basketball 1993-97. Team leading rebounder her sophomore (94-95) year (8.9 per game) and team leading scorer with a 14.4 point per game scoring average. She was a second team selection ALL SCAC. Honorable mention All SCAC IN 96-97. Career stats: 927 points, 332 assists, 216 steals, 687 rebounds. The team leader her entire career. Played on the 1995-96 (undefeated in the conference) SCAC Championship team. The only Hendrix Team since joining the SCAC to be undefeated through 2011-12.
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