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2003 Lady Vol Hall of Fame Inductees

Howard Aldmon

Howard Aldmon


  • Former University of Tennessee Dean of Admissions and
    Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs
  • Aldmon was affectionately known as the "Father of Women's Athletics at UT"
  • Aldmon was instrumental in the development of the Women's Athletic
    Department in the late 1970's and early 1980's. His advocacy ensured
    that the Lady Vols had the facilities, budget, equipment and staff to
    compete at the highest level
  • The Howard Aldmon Award for Community Service is now presented each
    year by the Lady Vols to commemorate the man who epitomized service to
    both The University and the Knoxville community
  • Aldmon received the Outstanding Administrator Award from UTK's Omicron
    Delta Kappa Chapter
Cindy Brogdon

Cindy Brogdon

Basketball - 1977-79
Bachelor of Science in Education

  • 1976, 1978, 1979 KODAK All-American
  • 1979 Wade Trophy runner-up
  • Stayfree East-West All-American MVP
  • Hanes Underall All-American 1978
  • Street and Smith's All-America 1976, 1977, 1978
  • WBL All-American
  • Awarded All-State and All-Region Honors
  • Ranks second on UT's All-Time Scoring Average List with 20.8 PPG
  • 17th on UT's All-Time Scoring List
  • Led team in scoring in 1977-78 and 1978-79
  • Led team in free throw percentage in 1977-78
  • 1977-78 team went 27-4 and finished No. 1 in final AP Top-25, 1978-79
    team went> 30-9 and finished 3rd at AIAW Championships
  • 1976 Montreal Olympic games Silver Medallist (averaged 15.2 points
    in 5 games)
  • Played professionally for New Orleans and St. Louis in the WBL
    from 1979-81
  • Inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in 2002
  • Inducted into the Georgia Hall of Fame in 2002
April Chapple

April Chapple

Volleyball - 1981-1984
Bachelor or Arts in Speech, 1987

  • Selected First-Team All-SEC in 1982 and 1984
  • Recognized on the All-South Region Team in 1984
  • Named to the 1984 CVCA/USVBA All-America second team
  • Helped lead Tennessee to SEC Regular-Season and SEC
    Tournament Championships in 1982 and 1984
  • Guided the Lady Vols to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16
    in 1982, 1983 and 1984
  • Chosen as SEC Volleyball Tournament MVP in 1984
  • Competed on the National Sports Festival East Team in 1982 and 1983
  • Member of the U.S. National Team and U.S. World University
    Games teams in 1985
  • Ranks second in Lady Vol Career History with 244 aces and
    third in both kills (1,650) and attacks (3,799)
  • U.S. Tour Pro Beach Volleyball Player
  • Former Italian League Pro Volleyball Player (Series A)
Elizabeth Brown

Elizabeth Brown Jarvis

Swimming & Diving - 1981-1984
Bachelor of Science in Business, 1984

  • Team Captain
  • Claimed four All-America citations during her senior season
    and helped set what was then UT records in the 200 and 400
    yard freestyle relays
  • SEC Champion in 50 fly in 1981
  • Top Scorer for Tennessee as a freshman in the AIAW National
    Championships with 23 out of 30 team points
  • Placed 9th at the AIAW 1981 National Championships in the 50 yard
    butterfly and 10th in the 100 yard butterfly gaining
    All-America honors in both events
  • Also a member of UT's All-America teams in the 400 yard medley,
    400 and 800 yard freestyle relays
  • Held school records in the 50 and 100 yard freestyle as well
    as the 100 yard butterfly
Cathy Rattray

Cathy Rattray

Track & Field - 1981-1984
Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, 1984

  • Four-time member of Jamaican Olympic Teams, competing in 1980,
    84, 88 and 1992 Olympic Games in the 400 meters and 4x400m
  • Placed fifth on 4x400m relay with team Jamaica at 1984, 1988 and
    1992 Olympiads
  • One of the most decorated Lady Vols of all time collecting 17
    All-America citations during her career
  • Claimed five collegiate National Championships as a Lady Vol,
    including the
    indoor 500m crown in 1984
  • Was part of four National Champion relays (800m Medley, 4x400m, Mile)
    including two during the Lady Vols' AIAW National Outdoor
    Team Championship victory in 1981
  • UT Outdoor record in the 400 meter stood from 1982 until 2003 and
    the 4x400m Relay she ran with a posted collegiate record in
    1982 and still stands as the best
  • Was also on Tennessee's finest quartets in the 4x800m and 800m medley
    relays and is atop the school's indoor 500m best-times list
  • Claimed nine SEC titles during her tenure, including back-to-back 400m
    crowns in 1982 and 1983
  • Won 600y run at the very first SEC Indoor Championship in 1984, and
    her mark has never been beaten
  • Member of 1984 Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll
Patricia Roberts

Patricia Roberts

Basketball - 1976-77
Bachelor of Science in Education, 1979

  • KODAK All American in 1977
  • Member of 1976-77 Lady Vol team that posted a 28-5 record and
    finished third in the AIAW National Championship
  • Led team in scoring (29.9 ppg) and rebounding (14.2 rpg) in her only
    season at UT
  • Member of 1976 Olympic Team, which won silver (averaged 12.0 ppg in
    five contests)
  • Member of U.S. National Team from 1976-78
  • Played professionally from 1978-1981
  • Head Coach of the Atlanta Glory (ABL) in 1996-97
  • Inducted into Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in 2000
  • Holds the following UT Single Game Records:
    • Most Points (51)
    • Most Field Goals (24)
    • Most Field Goals Attempted (31)
    • Most Rebounds (24)
  • Holds the following UT Single Season Records
    • Most Points (987)
    • Highest Scoring Average (29.9)
    • Most Field Goals (428)
    • Most Rebounds (467)
    • Highest Rebound Average (14.2)
  • Holds the following UT Career Records
    • Scoring Average (29.9)
    • Rebounding Average (14.2)
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