Millikin University - Decatur, IL
Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

2014 Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

Past Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

 

Douglass

Lindsay Ippel Douglass ’08
Women's Basketball

Lindsay Ippel Douglass ’08 of Joliet, Ill., holds 18 Millikin records — more than any other athlete — establishing her as one of the best basketball players in Millikin’s history. Her Big Blue records include most points in a game (47), most points in a season (679) and best career scoring average (20.4). She is also Millikin’s all-time leading scorer for women’s basketball, with 2,017 points.

In addition to setting records at her alma mater, Douglass has also set eight CCIW records, including most field goals in a game (16), most points scored in a season (371 in 2008), most free throws made in a season (121 in 2007) and most college career free throws made (303).

During her freshman year, the Big Blue won the NCAA Division III National Women’s Basketball championship, and Douglass was named to the All-Final Four team. As a junior, Douglass led all NCAA women’s divisions in scoring and led Division III in field goal percentage. As a senior, she led Division III in scoring.

Douglass received the Academic All-American of the Year award for Divisions II and III, and was selected for the Academic All-American first team by ESPN The Magazine in 2008. During her sophomore, junior and senior years, she was named to All-CCIW first teams and was also named CCIW Most Outstanding Player in her junior and senior years. A 2008 Lindsay Medallion recipient, Douglass was MVP of women’s basketball three years running.

After graduating cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in nursing, Douglass began her career in the intensive care unit of Decatur Memorial Hospital and is now a registered nurse in the emergency department at Good Samaritan Hospital in Downer’s Grove, Ill.

She and her husband, Chris Douglass ’07, have a one-year-old daughter, Harper Rose. Top

Philbin

Terry Philbin ’89
Football

Dr. Terrence Philbin of Dublin, Ohio, is an orthopedic surgeon at Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Center in Westerville, Ohio. While he earned his bachelor’s degree in biology at Millikin, he also earned laurels as a football player.

In 1987, Philbin received honorable mention as an All-CCIW offensive lineman, and earned Academic All-American honors. The following year, he was captain of the football team, named to the first team All-CCIW and named a Pizza Hut All American.

A board certified orthopedic surgeon, Philbin received his medical degree from Midwestern University. In 1999, he completed an orthopedic residency at Ohio University’s Doctors Hospital and in 2000, he completed a foot and ankle fellowship at Cleveland Clinic. While practicing in Portland, Maine from 2000-2003, Philbin was the assistant team physician for the Portland Pirates, an American Hockey League affiliate of the Washington Capitols.

Philbin has published more than 70 articles in peer-reviewed journals, and lectures throughout the United States and internationally. He is the team physician for Ohio University and a consultant for the Columbus Blue Jackets, Dennison University, Kenyon University, and Ohio State University. He is also team physician for Olentangy Liberty High School and Dublin Coffman High School.

He received the 2011 Pioneer of Medicine award from the Arthritis Foundation and edited the book “Sports Injuries of the Foot,” published in 2013. Philbin is also a member of the Arthritis Foundation board, the Diabetes Association board and serves on his church board. He is currently the vice-chair of surgery at Dublin Methodist Hospital.

Philbin and his wife, Cydney, have three children: Allyson, 19, Hailey, 19 and Ryan, 15. Top

Yemm

Paul Yemm ’06
Swimming

Paul Yemm ’06 of Ballwin, Mo., graduated from Millikin with a degree in chemistry and an exceptional swimming record. Yemm holds the Millikin record in the 200 meter butterfly with a time of 1:52.72 and the records for the 200 and 400 medley relays, along with teammates Rudolph Oates, Tom Sur, and Lukas Towry.

In each of his four years as a Big Blue swimmer, Yemm was CCIW champion in the 200 butterfly and was also the 100 butterfly champion in 2003. He was named the CCIW meet's Most Outstanding Male Swimmer as a sophomore and was awarded CCIW Swimmer of the Week honors multiple times. He was an NCAA qualifier in 2003, 2005, and 2006, placing 10th in the 200 butterfly at the 2006 NCAA Championships. In 2003, 2004, and 2005 he was co-captain of the swim team, and was named MVP his senior year. Yemm received the Lindsay Medallion in 2007, which is presented annually to honor two outstanding Millikin student-athletes.

Yemm coached the Decatur Swim Club in 2007 and 2008 and was an interim head coach at Millikin before becoming MU’s head men’s and women’s swimming coach and director of McIntosh Pool in 2008.

As the Big Blue’s Head Coach for five years, Yemm engaged his swimmers in community service, encouraging them to assist him as certified coaches for the Decatur Dreamcatchers, a Special Olympics swim team. In 2012, he was named Illinois Special Olympics Coach of the Year. Under Yemm’s coaching, several swimmers advanced to the state meet and he led multiple swimmers to state gold medals.

Besides swimming, Yemm enjoys reading, kayaking, hiking, Frisbee golf, and competing in triathlons. He is willing to help any triathlete who wants to improve his swimming and has been a guide for 15-year-old blind triathlete Josh Nichol of Forsyth, Ill., in the Rodney Miller Triathlon.

Yemm now works in business development for Turtleback Books and is a sales administrator for Jaffe Book Solutions. He and his wife, Katrina Hoefert Yemm ’04, are expecting their first child in December.

Yemm would like to thank his coaches, Frank Sampson and Paul Kueterman, for their dedication to the Millikin swim team and also his teammates, who played hard and worked hard together. Top

Past Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

A - D

Cecil Abrams ’22, Arthur Acker ’17, Jana Albrecht ’95, Carl Alexander ’00, Ralph Allan ’37**, Jack C. Allen ’49**, Thomas "Toby" Althoff ’49, Carl Alexander ’00, William P. Anderson*, Chris Andriano ’74, John Arlis ’90, Stuart Arnold ’77, Ryan Ash ’01,  Jimmy Ashmore**, Paul Bailey ’22, Alison Davis Baker ’96, Bart Barnes ’85, Andy Beals ’04, Angela Beck ’79, Bill Bishop ’27, Michelle Bostic-Snelson ’89, Beth Boston ’91, Bryce Boston ’60**, Cary Bottorff ’86, Lance Brooks ’06, D. J. Brown ’76, Jerome Brown ’80, Robert "Piggy" Brown ’73, Tim Brylka ’01, Al "Boots" Budde ’47, George P. Byrne ’12, Brad Cain ’96, Joe Carp ’27, Monte E. Cater ’71, Joe Catlin ’17, Merle Chapman ’59, Frank Chizevsky, Sr. ’29, Frank Chizevsky, Jr. ’55, Ray Chynoweth ’14, Joe Cogdal ’21, Greg Collingwood ’84, Karen Colton ’81, Joanna Conner ’06, Gary Cook ’77, George Corbett ’34, Kip Crandall ’89, Harriett Crannell**, Karen DeWerff Crapse ’88, Ed Dahm ’46, Marc Daniels ’87, Charles "Chuck" Davelis ’60, Scott B. Davis ’79, Michael H. DeHesus ’65, Gary Deitelhoff ’74, Jim Deremiah ’68, Jack Dettro ’55, George Dixon ’40, Gerald Domescik ’62, H.A. "Bunk" Douglas ’26, Lindsay Ippel Douglass ’08, Joe Douglass ’42, Servera (Gilbert) Drumgole ’99, Wayne Dunning ’83

E - K 

M.C. "Bob" Evans ’14, Burnell Fischer ’39, Cynthia Hogan Fitzgerald ’82, Clarence R. Flint ’30, Denise Fogle ’91, Jodi Foster ’84, Wellman France ’32, Jennifer Friday ’77, Kim Rowland Fruehling ’97, Tim Funk ’91, Tom Garner ’69, Duane Garver ’38, Engelbert Gidcombe ’30, R. Wayne "Hank" Gill ’21, Leon Gobcynski ’75, James Grady ’73, Bruce A. Grimes ’61, Larry Haab ’59, Michael Hall ’93, Roy M. Hamilton ’10, KC Hammond-Diedrich ’00, Earl Hankins ’30, Ted Harpstreit ’30, Felicia Britton Harris ’99, Angela Hawk ’06, John Heiss III ’53, Marty Heller ’84, John A. Helm ’65, Bob Hemmer ’80, Stephen Hengst ’63, Bob Henry ’73, Don Hess ’52, Clete Hinton ’56, Joseph Hoefert ’81, Don Holler ’58, Brian Horst ’89, Pete Innis ’57, Gary L. Jackson ’81, Jerome Jackson ’01, Mike Jackson ’83, Louis B. James ’76, Bob Jan ’86, Preston Jenuine ’31, Clarence "Red" Johnson ’50, Leo Johnson ’19, Jim Jolley ’59, Ryan Jorstad ’62, Larry Kane ’58, Bradley Kay ’85, Paula Keller-Holtman ’88, Amber Crowder Kennell ’96, Lori Kerans ’85***, Jim Kettelkamp ’59, Lester Kiick ’14, Marc Knowles ’84, Joe M. Koger ’59, Bret Kooi ’85, Bob Kowa ’53, Thomas Kreller ’86, Mark Kreke ’80, Jennifer Krimmel ’86, Ron Kurza ’89, Forrest R. Kyle ’36

L - Q 

S. Joe Lambert ’57, Stacey Stegeman Lambert ’05, Deverick Lampley ’85, Marianne Larimer ’80, Jim Lester ’51, Mike Lindsey ’02, Tim Littrell ’77, Brenda Hogan Livingood ’84, Daniel Lloyd ’02, Bob Lockart ’79, John Lograsso ’71, Art Long ’27, Fred Long ’18, Roger Lotchin ’57, Barbara Blume Love ’92 John W. Luttrell ’53, Don Luy***, George Mackey ’74, John MacWherter ’21, Kile MacWherter ’17, Bob Madigan ’64, Michelle Marriage ’87, Bob Martin ’63, Lee Mateer ’03, Chuck Martin ’90, Dorothy McClure**, Horace McDavid ’07, Win McFadden ’33, Ken McGhie ’66, Perry McIntosh ’43, Stephen Mathias ’67, Skip Mathieson**, Roger Merker ’42, Bob Meyer ’01, Floyd Miller ’17, Rodney T. Miller ’88, Rex Millikin ’26, Dale William Minick ’41, Audrey Minott ’05, Danny Moeller ’09, Jeff Monken ’89, Marcia Morey ’78, J.D. Moses ’06, Roy B. Mosser ’77, Charles "Bud" Mueller ’54, Harry Munch ’13, George Musso ’33, Guy Neibuhr**, Doug Neibuhr ’75**, Ed Neighbors ’69, Marjorie Neilson ’25, Guy Nichols ’13, Walter "Bud" Ormond ’50, Deon Packer ’02, Kenneth Park ’47, Dan Parker ’73, Dave Peabody ’94, Jim Perryman ’83, Don Petty ’57, Terry Philbin ’89, Don Ping ’22, David Pistorius ’79, Mark Placey ’80, Mandi Landacre Podeschi ’02, Mike Poe ’74, Carl Poelker ’68, Sam Powers ’07, Jesse Price ’70, Adam Provance ’99, Richard Quisenberry ’56

R - Z 

Jim Ralston ’74, Richard Rames ’79, Joe Ramsey**, Mark Ramsey ’79, Gary Reader ’79, Duncan Reid ’58, Julie Roe ’97, Kurt Rogers ’83, Joseph Rollins ’35, Sid Rotz ’41, Mike Rowland ’75, Larry Rule ’62, Del Rutz ’62, Andy Salm ’86, Alex Sarran ’51, Roy Schaub ’53, Grant Schmidt ’89, John Schneiter ’55, Gary Schopp ’68, Kenneth Schroeder ’50, William R. Severino ’62, Mel Sheets ’55, Al Sheriff ’84, Suzanne Murphy Short ’00, Donald Shroyer ’50**, Charles Siebel ’64, Jodi Foster Silotto ’95, Robert "Roe" Skidmore ’68, Linda Slagell***, Lyle Slater ’57, Charles E. Smith ’34, Eric G. Smith ’96, Stacey Sparks ’92, L. Rex Spires ’58, Floyd Stables ’14, Lavelle Staley ’50, Marilyn Starr ’13, Scott Steagall ’51, Clifford F. Stiegemeier ’28, Lin Stoner ’73 James Stringer ’75, Martin Stupek ’83, Jack Sunderlik ’68, Thomas Sur ’05, CE "Fuzzy" Sutherd ’18, Bill Sutherland ’52, Domnick Tarro ’32, Kurt Taute ’95, Gerald Temples ’73, Sam Tennison ’14, Craig Thies ’64, Laura Tolone ’95, Seaton Van Dyne ’33, Mary Vannier ’38, Virgil Wagner ’43, Don Walker ’63, Ed Walker ’85, Scott Walker ’92, Norman Wann**, Walt Wessel ’69, Dennis Wickline ’72, Don Williams ’48, Don Wilt ’47, Brenda Winkeler ’84, Dennis Winkler ’67, Ron Wisher ’58, Paul Yemm ’06, Ranny Young ’22, Ed Zachry ’42, Doug Zemke ’66.

* Former MU Faculty, ** Former MU Coach, *** Active MU Coach

 
 
Millikin University - Decatur, IL
Millikin University - Decatur, IL
 
Millikin University - Decatur, IL
Millikin University - Decatur, IL
Millikin University - Decatur, IL
Millikin University - Decatur, IL