Hall of Fame 2009

2009 University of Pittsburgh at Bradford Hall of Fame Class

 2009 HoF 

  Pitt-Bradford Inducts Shaun Redman and Calista Walker 

Calista Walker and Shaun Redman were inducted into the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford Athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 3.

Walker was a two-year starter on the softball team in 2004 and 2005.

The second baseman from Towanda owns the highest career batting average (.415) at Pitt-Bradford. Walker's 64 hits and 20 doubles in her senior year rank first, and her .474 average as a senior is third on the school's list.

Walker was named to the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference First Team in 2005 and made the AMCC Second Team in 2004. She also scored 610 points as a three-year starter on the Pitt-Bradford women’s basketball squad.

Redman played on the men’s basketball team from 1996 to 1999.

The 6-8 center from Fillmore (N.Y.) ranks fourth at Pitt-Bradford in career free throws made (363), is fifth in career field goals made (491) and is seventh in career points (1,346) in men's basketball.

Redman was named to the NAIA Northeast Region First Team in his sophomore year, and to the AMCC First Team and ECAC South Region Second Team in his junior season. Following his senior year, Redman was named assistant men's basketball coach for the 1999-2000 campaign.

The 6-8 center from Fillmore (N.Y.) ranks fourth at Pitt-Bradford in career free throws made (363), is fifth in career field goals made (491) and is seventh in career points (1,346) in men's basketball.

Redman was named to the NAIA Northeast Region First Team in his sophomore year, and to the AMCC First Team and ECAC South Region Second Team in his junior season. Following his senior year, Redman was named assistant men's basketball coach for the 1999-2000 campaign.

Walker was inducted by head coach Tina Phillips and Redman was inducted by Pat Cullinan, who is the all-time leading scorer at Pitt-Bradford with 2,122 points.