Stacy Prammanasudh, a four-time first team All-American during her collegiate career, will be inducted into the University of Tulsa Hall of Fame in September.
Prammanasudh as a four-time first-team NGCA All-American, becoming only the second athlete to earn first-team All-America honors in all four years (1999-2002). She played in all 44 collegiate tournaments and was the individual medalist in 10 career events, just one shy of Nancy Lopez’s school record 11 tournament wins. Prammanasudh was named the three-time Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year.
The Enid native and current Broken Arrow resident grew up dominating state junior events with her father Lou as her caddie and also won three individual state championships for Enid. She was watched closely by legendary TU coach Dale McNamara, who offered her a scholarship. She went on from TU to an 11-year career on the LPGA Tour, where she won four times and had 30 top-10 finishes. Here is a link to a Tulsa World interview.
Also in this year’s class are four-sport letterman Ed Dubie, pole vaulter David Smoot, football lineman Wes Hamilton, softball All-American Lauren Lindsay and the 1982 Golden Hurricane football team.
The Hall of Fame Weekend is set for September 29-30, as the induction ceremony will take place on Friday night, Sept. 29, at the Lorton Performance Center on the TU campus. The inductees will also be recognized at halftime of the Tulsa-Navy football game on Saturday, Sept. 30.
Tickets for the Hall of Fame reception are $40 per person. Reservations only accepted and must be made by calling the Golden Hurricane Club office at 918-631-2342. The deadline to make reservations is Friday, Sept. 15.