SJSU's Black Student Union inducts 12 student-athletes into its Athlete Hall of Fame

Erica McGlaston
Lamisha Augustine
Michael McFadden
Kareem Guilbeaux
Jennifer Greene
Jerrell Hardy
Lance Martin
Courtney Anderson
Jamall Broussard
Teoma Taylor
Tatiana Taylor
Tim McKinney
The Black Student Union of San Jose State University inbducted 12 African-American student-athletes into its "A thlete Hall of Fame" at a recent ceremony highlighting African American Awareness month.

Former football players Courtney Anderson and Jamall Broussard played for the Spartans during the 2003 season. Anderson was drafted in the seventh round by the Oakland Raiders and Broussard signed as a free agent and ended up playing for the Carolina Panthers in 2004. Broussard recently re-signed with the Cincinnati Bengals.

Also inducted were 2004 football players Jerrell Hardy and Lance Martin; men’s basketball guards Kareem Guilbeaux and Michael McFadden; women’s basketball players Erica McGlaston, Lamisha Augustine, Teoma Taylor and Tatiana Taylor, who currently plays for the San Jose Spiders in the NWBL; men’s soccer player Tim McKinney and gymnast Jennifer Greene.

"I’m really proud of the athletes who received awards. It’s a great honor and good for African American students and the community," said women’s gymnastics Wayne Wright, who is one of three African American head coaches at San Jose State.

"The presentation was good. I enjoyed seeing my family and friends who were proud to see my achievements," said Hardy, who finished his eligibility last season.

"It’s an exciting honor to receive an award for your accomplishments throughout your career. Being that it was given to me by the BSU was even greater," said Greene, one of the co-captains on the 2005 Spartan team.

The ceremony was a finale of the "Black Athletes Week" presented by the Black Student Union.