Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- The Unviersity of South Carolina will induct seven new members to its Athletic Hall of Fame Thursday night.
The inductees include: Charles Arndt, Zola Davis, Mike Dunleavy, Jenny Ondo Lloyd, Darlene Lowery, Landon Powell, Seth Rose. They will be honored tonight in a ceremony at the university and will again be recognized in front of the crow attending Saturday evening's football game against East Carolina.
Bios of New Members
Charles Arndt (Soccer 1985-1988) - Goalkeeper who has a school record 29 career shutouts. He was the national goalkeeper of the year and first team All American. Holds the school record for lowest career goals-against average of 0.70.
Mike Dunleavy (Basketball 1972-1976) - Scored 1,586 points in his career which ranks sixth all time at USC. He hit 80 percent of his career free throw. He was drafted into the NBA by the 76ers and enjoyed a succesful coaching career including a trip to the NBA Finals with the Lakers.
Zola Davis (Football 1995-1998 ) - Caught 164 passes in his Carolina career for 2,354 yards. He scored 17 touchdowns and is fourth in the Gamecock record book for career receptions and yards gained.
Darlene Lowery (Softball 1983-1987) - Lowery was a first team All American pitcher in 1983. She tossed nine career no-hitters and a perfect game against East Carolina in 1987. She still holds the record for the lowest earned run average in Gamecock history at 0.38.
Jennie Ondo Lloyd (Soccer 1995-1999) - Lloyd still remains the top scorer in Carolina women's soccer history with 115 points, which ranks eight all-time in the SEC. She earned first team All-SEC honors in 1999, and scored 16 game-winning goals in her career.
Landon Powell (Baseball 2001-2004) - Catcher with 265 hits, 44 home runs, 61 doubles and 193 RBI. Earned All American honors in 2004 and voted ALL SEC twice. Now coaches at North Greenville University.
Seth Rose (Tennis 1999-2003) - All American in singles in 2003 and participated in the NCAA singles championship twice. Rose helped lead the team to four consecutive NCAA tournament appearances and never lost against Clemson.