Santa Clara Hall Of Honor Inductees

Name Year Sport Institution
Cameron Rast2018Men's SoccerSanta Clara
Dick Davey2017Men's BasketballSanta Clara
Randy Winn2016Baseball/Men's BasketballSanta Clara
Bud Ogden2015Men's BasketballSanta Clara
Leslie Osborne2014Women's SoccerSanta Clara
George "Pat" Malley2013FootballSanta Clara
Kurt Rambis2012Men's BasketballSanta Clara
Dennis Awtrey2011Men's BasketballSanta Clara
Brandi Chastain2010Women's SoccerSanta Clara
Carroll Williams2009Men's Basketball/Athletic DirectorSanta Clara


2018 - Cameron Rast, Santa Clara University
Following one of the most productive playing careers in West Coast Conference history, Cameron Rast has found tremendous success as a collegiate coach. Rast was a two-time All-America sweeper at Santa Clara before eventually serving as the program's head coach. Rast helped earn Santa Clara's 1989 co-national championship and played a key role in leading the Broncos to the 1991 NCAA championship game. During his four-year playing career, the Broncos compiled a 57-4-11 record. As a sophomore in 1989, he earned his first All-America selection, scoring a career-high 30 points on 11 goals, as Santa Clara finished with a 20-0-3 record, the nation's top ranking and a share of the NCAA title. A knee injury forced Rast to sit out much of 1990, but he returned to form his senior year in 1991. He and the Broncos returned to the national championship game, this time claiming the second-place trophy. Rast earned his second All-America honor, as did his twin brother and fellow Bronco defender, Matt. In 1991, Rast was a finalist for both the Hermann Trophy and the Missouri Athletic Club Award, both given to the nation's top collegiate men's player. He is the only two-time first team All-American in school history, and was the 1989 and 1991 WCC Defensive MVP. Following his graduation from Santa Clara, Rast made an impact on the international scene. He helped the United States team to a gold medal at the 1991 Pan-American Games in Havana, Cuba, and served as the captain of the 1992 U.S. Olympic Team in Barcelona, Spain. He also played in the 1993 World University Games in Buffalo, New York, and was a member of the U.S. Under-20 team that reached the semifinals of the 1989 Youth World Cup in Saudi Arabia. The 2017 season marked his 16th year as the Bronco head coach where he has been named West Coast Conference Coach of the Year five times and is Santa Clara's all-time winningest coach. On May 17, 2006, Santa Clara inducted Rast into its Athletic Hall of Fame.

2017 - Dick Davey, Santa Clara University
Dick Davey coached basketball for Santa Clara from 1977 until 2007. Davey's tenure on the Mission Campus began as an assistant under longtime head coach Carroll Williams before taking over the reins of the program beginning in the 1992-93 season. He guided the Broncos for 15 years while posting a 251-190 record (good for a .569 winning percentage) and led Santa Clara to three NCAA Tournament berths (1992-93, 1994-95, 1995-96), which included second round tournament appearances in 1992-1993 and 1995-1996. Under Davey, the Broncos claimed three regular season West Coast Conference outright or shared titles (1994-95 through 1996-97), registered four 20-win campaigns, and his teams finished among the top three in the conference standings nine times. For his efforts, Davey earned WCC Coach of the Year honors in four seasons (1992-93, 1994-95, 1996-97, 2006-07) and when his Santa Clara career ended he ranked second in league history in career conference wins (122) behind only his mentor Williams (165), and he still ranks fourth on that list. Davey coached four WCC Players of the Year and his players accounted for 34 all-conference honors. Davey played basketball and baseball at the University of the Pacific, lettering three times in both sports. He was an All-WCC catcher for the Tigers before signing a professional contract with the San Francisco Giants with whom he spent two seasons in their farm system. He started his coaching career at Leland High School in San Jose and became a collegiate assistant coach in 1971 at Cal.

2016 - Randy Winn, Santa Clara University
A two-sport athlete, Santa Clara's Randy Winn proudly donned the red and white as a member of the Broncos' men's basketball and baseball teams from 1992 to 1995. Winn was a member of the 1992-93 Santa Clara basketball team which defeated the number two seeded Arizona Wildcats in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. As an outfielder for the Santa Clara baseball team, Winn helped guide the 1994 Broncos to the program's ninth NCAA tournament appearance with a 40-20 overall record and a first place finish in the West Coast Conference with a mark of 21-9. In his best season with the Broncos, Winn batted .294 with 30 steals in 35 attempts as an All West Coast Conference outfielder in 1995. An excellent base runner, Winn's 30 steals ranks third on the all-time single season steals list for Santa Clara. Winn was selected in the third round of the 1995 Major League Baseball draft by the Florida Marlins. After stealing 51 bases in the minors in 1997, he was taken in the third round of the expansion draft by Tampa Bay and made his major league debut in 1998. By 2002, he was the Rays' MVP, with a .298 batting average, 39 doubles, nine triples, 14 homers and 27 steals. For his efforts, Winn represented Tampa Bay in the 2002 Mid-Summer Classic as a member of the American League's All Star team. A switch hitting outfielder, Winn went on to serve stints with the Seattle Mariners, San Francisco Giants, New York Yankees, and St. Louis Cardinals. During his thirteen-year major league career, Winn hit .284 with 110 home runs and 662 RBIs in 1,717 games. Winn is native of Danville, California, and currently works for the San Francisco Giants and for CSN Bay Area as a baseball analyst. In addition, he serves as President of a charitable organization called the Baseball Assistance Team (BAT). BAT is a short term bridge which was founded to confidentially help members of the baseball family who are in need of medical, financial or psychological assistance. Randy has been married 13 years to his wife Blessings (Santa Clara '97). They have two children Sadia & Shannon.

2015 - Bud Ogden, Santa Clara University
Bud Ogden was a catalyst for the Santa Clara men's basketball team amidst one of its most successful runs in program history. He proudly represented the Broncos from 1966-1969 and led Santa Clara to NCAA tournament appearances in 1968 and 1969. Ogden was named to the WCC All-Conference first team in 1968 and 1969, which followed a second team selection in 1967. Furthermore, Ogden was honored as an All-American selection in 1969 by the Helms Foundation and the USBWA as he led the Broncos to a No. 3 national ranking. Ogden etched his name in the Santa Clara and WCC record books as one of the all-time greats. His 55 points against Pepperdine in 1967 still ranks tops amongst single game scoring performances at Santa Clara and is the third most all-time in a WCC game. Three other Santa Clara records he holds from that game include most points in a half, most points by a sophomore, and most field goals scored in a single game. Ogden ranks 14th in Santa Clara history with 1,437 points scored and sits 10th all-time in rebounds with 694. Ogden's scoring average of 18.2 points per game ranks third all-time in Santa Clara history. The Bronco teams on which he played were known for scoring big and winning even bigger. The '67-'68 team averaged the most points in school history at 83.8 points per game. That team also ranks fifth in school history with 22 wins. The '68-'69 Broncos have the most single season wins in school history with 27 victories. Ogden graced the cover of Sports Illustrated for the February 1969 issue as the Broncos advanced to the elite eight of the NCAA Tournament that season. After finishing his Santa Clara career, Ogden was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers with the 13th pick of the first round in 1969. This was Ogden's second time being selected in the professional draft, as he was picked in 1968 by the Seattle Supersonics before choosing to return to Santa Clara for his Senior season. For his athletic accomplishments, Ogden has been selected into the San Jose Sports Hall of Fame and the Santa Clara University Athletic Hall of Fame. To further honor his great Bronco legacy, Ogden's No. 34 jersey hangs in the rafters of the Leavey Center and was raised on February 5, 2007.

2014 - Leslie Osborne, Santa Clara University
A four-year standout for the Broncos from 2001-2004, Santa Clara's Leslie Osborne is one of the most decorated women's soccer players in school history. A member of Santa Clara's 2001 National Championship team, Osborne was a three-time All-American and was the recipient of the 2004 Honda Sports Award for soccer, which is given annually to the nation's premier female player. Contributing to a women's soccer program rich in achievement, Osborne currently sits sixth on Santa Clara's all-time goals list with 44 and ranks ninth in assists with 33. Named to the 2001 and 2004 College Cup All-Tournament teams, Osborne won back-to-back West Coast Conference Player of the Year awards in 2003 and 2004 and was also tabbed as the WCC's Defender of the Year for the 2004 season. Appearing in 62 games for the United States senior national team, Osborne earned her first USA national team appearance in 2004 vs. Sweden and scored her first national team goal vs. Chinese Taipei on October 1, 2006. Osborne also started five of six games in the 2007 Women's World Cup in which the USA team placed third. Osborne began her professional soccer career as team captain of the Bay Area FC Gold Pride in 2009. In 2010, she was team captain with the Boston Breakers, and in 2013 she joined the Chicago Red Stars as team captain in the inaugural season of the National Women's Soccer League.

2013 - George "Pat" Malley, Santa Clara University
In 1959, Santa Clara turned to recent graduate and former football player George "Pat" Malley to resurrect its dormant football program. Over the course of the next 26 seasons, Malley firmly etched his name in Santa Clara history as Head Football Coach and as Athletic Director. Pat Malley was a guard for the Broncos and was a freshman when Santa Clara shocked Bear Bryant's Louisville team in the 1950 Orange Bowl. Malley guided Santa Clara to 141 victories as head coach and endured only five losing seasons. He was heralded as a great recruiter, coaching future NFL All-Pros Dan Pastorini, Brent Jones and Doug Cosbie. More importantly, he was loved, respected and deeply appreciated by each of his players, who still speak of him today in reverent tones. Among Malley's coaching accolades, he was named the Northern California College Coach of the Year in 1963, 1965, 1967 and 1980. His 1980 team advanced to the semi-finals of the NCAA Division II playoffs, and in 1983, Malley was inducted into the Santa Clara Athletic Hall of Fame. As Athletic Director, he was instrumental in the early years of the West Coast Athletic Conference - the precursor to the WCC. Malley passed away in 1985. Those who knew him remark about his ability to look into a person's eyes and see his soul. They also fondly recall how he would point to the SC in the Santa Clara logo and emphasize that it also stands for "style and class," both of which he had in spades. In 1999, Malley was posthumously inducted into the San Jose Sports Hall of Fame. In a very fitting tribute to honor his lasting legacy, the Pat Malley Fitness and Recreation Center at Santa Clara was built with donations from his former players.

2012 - Kurt Rambis, Santa Clara University
Kurt Rambis played basketball for the Santa Clara Broncos from 1976-1980. He was named WCC Freshman of the Year, averaging 15.0 points and 11.6 rebounds. He still is ranked in numerous all-time school leader categories, including first in points with 1,735, field goals with 686 for second, and second in rebounds with 1,037. Following his senior season, he was named the WCC Player of the Year. Rambis headed to Greece after being drafted into the NBA and released by the New York Knicks. After four months overseas, Rambis signed with the L.A. Lakers in September 1981. Head coach Pat Riley put Rambis on the roster where he became a regular contributor starting in 43 of the final 45 games in the regular season and played a key role in the Lakers' 1982 NBA title. Playing alongside Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, James Worthy and Byron Scott, Rambis helped the Lakers to Pacific Division titles in his first seven years and earned four NBA Championships. Rambis' playing career spanned nearly two decades in the NBA also playing for the Phoenix Suns, Sacramento Kings, and Charlotte Hornets. Aside from his playing career, he also has spent time coaching, working in the front office for NBA teams, and sharing his expertise as a television analyst for ESPN.

2011 - Dennis Awtrey, Santa Clara University
Dennis Awtrey spent three seasons as a rugged scorer and rebounder for three of the top winningest teams in Bronco history. Awtrey led the Broncos to NCAA appearances and finished first and second all-time in single-season scoring. Playing in an era that did not allow freshmen to play varsity ball, Awtrey amassed 1,675 points during his three-year career to rank as Santa Clara's fifth all-time leading scorer, just 14 points behind four-year player Steve Nash. Awtrey was named West Coast Conference Player of the Year in 1968-69 and 1969-70 and an All-American in 1970, averaging 19.9 points and a school-record 13.5 rebounds. He still ranks first all-time in scoring average (19.9 ppg), second all-time in rebounding (1,135), and fourth all-time in shooting percentage (.583) at Santa Clara. He was also selected to the Academic All-American First Team during his three seasons on the team. A 6'10" center, Awtrey was drafted by the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers in 1970. He played in the league for 12 seasons, spending time with the 76ers, Chicago Bulls, Phoenix Suns, Boston Celtics, Seattle SuperSonics, and Portland Trail Blazers. The SuperSonics won the NBA Championship in 1979.

2010 - Brandi Chastain, Santa Clara University
Brandi Chastain is one of the most decorated players in women's soccer history with two World Cup titles and two Olympic gold medals to her credit. In 1989 she transferred to Santa Clara University from California. Chastain would be a two-time All-American at Santa Clara, leading the team to the Final Four in 1989 and 1990 seasons. In 1990, Chastain was the recipient of the Honda Women's Soccer Award, given to the top player in the nation. She was also named the Intercollegiate Soccer Association of America Player of the Year. That season, Chastain recorded 22 goals and 50 points, which still ranks among Santa Clara's all-time leaders. In 1991, Chastain represented her country in the FIFA Women's World Cup, where she scored five consecutive goals in a 12-0 US win against Mexico. Team USA went on to win that World Cup in China. In 1996, Chastain was selected to play on the US National team. She led the U.S. to the gold medal at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta in the first-ever Olympic women's soccer tournament. She played every minute in the U.S.'s five matches, and assisted on the first goal in Olympic women's soccer history. At the 1999 World Cup, she provided one of the greatest moments in the history of women's sports when she peeled her jersey off in celebration after the decisive penalty kick in the championship match. In the months after the match, she was named one of People Magazine's Most Intriguing People and one of Street & Smith's 100 Most Powerful People in Sports in 1999. She was also member of the 2004 Olympic Soccer Team that won gold in Athens and the 2000 Olympic team that won the silver in Sydney. Overall, she appeared in 192 career U.S. National Team matches, which ranks among the top 10 in U.S. history. Chastain's influence on women's soccer continues today, as she is one of the founding members of the Bay Area/San Jose Cyber Rays professional club, and is currently playing with the FC Gold Pride of Women's Professional Soccer. She also continues to serve as a soccer broadcaster for ABC, NBC and ESPN.

2009 - Carroll Williams, Santa Clara University
Carroll Williams, former San Jose State basketball star and Stockton native, was the winningest coach in Bronco basketball history. During his 22 years as head coach of the SCU men's basketball team, Williams compiled a 344-274 career record and led the Broncos to five post-season appearances, including one trip to the NCAA Tournament and four to the NIT. Some of his players include two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash and former Los Angeles Laker Kurt Rambis. As the Bronco Athletic Director, Williams guided athletic programs at Santa Clara University to continued levels of national prominence. His final year as athletic director was highlighted by a second consecutive year of NCAA semi-final appearances by the Bronco men's and women's soccer teams. During his eight years, he oversaw 19 West Coast Conference championships in seven sports and 23 post-season tournaments. He also added two sports teams (women's water polo and women's golf), increased scholarship support for student athletes, and revamped the campus' athletic facilities.


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