2014 Crimson Club Hall of Fame class includes 5 former athletes, 1 coach, 1964 football team
August Miller, Deseret News
Six individuals with a long list of accolades and one team that set a standard for future Ute squads make up the 2014 class of the University of Utah's Crimson Club Athletics Fund Hall of Fame.
They will be enshrined into the hall of fame on Friday at Rice-Eccles Stadium.
Among those being honored are Kevin Dyson (football), Andre Miller (men's basketball), Elaine Elliott (women's basketball coach), Amy Kofoed (women's soccer), Kim Turner (women's volleyball), Sandy Woolsey (women's gymnastics) and the 1964 Liberty Bowl football team.
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