WICHITA, Kan. - Honorable Mention All-Americans Paul Miller (basketball) and Sara Lungren (volleyball) have been selected as the 2013 Class of the Wichita State Pizza Hut Shocker Sports Hall of Fame.
The induction ceremony is scheduled for halftime of Wichita State's 7:05 p.m., Jan. 26 men's basketball game against Bradley, while a luncheon is set for Noon, Jan. 26 in the Charles Koch Arena Champion's Club.
Cost for the luncheon is $25 per person, and paid reservations must be made to the Shocker Ticket Office by calling 316/978-FANS, or in person at the WSU Ticket Office located on the South side of Charles Koch Arena.
The addition of this year's class brings the total of former coaches and student-athletes in the Hall of Fame to 124, while there are 12 at-large selections.
Here's a quick look at each 2013 inductee's success at Wichita State:
Paul Miller, Basketball (2001-06)
Honorable Mention AP All-America Paul Miller helped Wichita State to the Sweet 16 of the 2006 NCAA Tournament as the Missouri Valley Conference's Player of the Year... He was also named to the All-Valley team two times, including first team honors in 2006... The all-time leader in games played until 2012, he ranks fifth with 128 games... At the end of his career, he was ranked 15th in career scoring with 1,317 points, and 10th in career blocks with 63... The Shockers advanced to postseason play from 2002-06 with Miller as the starting center.
Sara Lungren, Volleyball (2004-07)
Sara Lungren was named honorable mention All-America following the 2007 season when she also earned her second Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year honor after also garnering the honor in 2006... Her awards also included All-Central Region first team in 2007, and MVC All-Freshman Team in 2004... An outstanding student she was also named to the Academic All-District teams in both 2006 and 2007, and in 2008 was named the Valley's Dr. Charlotte West Award winner... The Shockers advanced to the NCAA Tournament twice during her career, including the 2007 season when WSU earned a 27-6 record and a 17-1 MVC record to win the conference championship.