Teri Clemens and Stan London Selected to STL Sports Hall of Fame
St. Louis, Mo., November 4, 2012 – Washington University in St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame members Teri Clemens and Dr. Stan London will be inducted into the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame at an Enshrinement Dinner on Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the Millennium Hotel.
Clemens and London are two of 16 honorees who will be inducted in November: Bob Costas (Media), Jim Edmonds (Baseball), Joe Torre (Baseball), Orlando Pace (Football), Jim Hanifan (Football), Glen Hall (Hockey), Bill DeWitt, Jr. (Ownership), Dr. Richard Lehman (Sports Medicine), Harry Gallatin (Basketball), Al Trost (Soccer), David Gall (Horse Racing), Ellen Port (Golf), Ken Boyer (Baseball) and Don Coryell (Football).
The winningest coach by percentage in NCAA volleyball history, Clemens guided her team to seven NCAA Division III national championships in 14 years. Owner of a 529-77 (.873) career record, she coached the Bears to the school's first NCAA title in 1989.
Her teams won an unprecedented six-straight NCAA crowns from 1991 to 1996, and Clemens' 1992 squad (40-0) is the only undefeated champion in Division III history. A five-time national coach of the year selection, Clemens won 11 of the first 12 University Athletic Association (UAA) championships and posted a 136-1 conference record.
Starring in both basketball and baseball, London finished his collegiate athletic career while enrolled in the School of Medicine. He batted a school-record .465 during the 1948 baseball season and earned honorable mention All-America honors in basketball.
A member of now six halls of fames, including the Illinois State Basketball Hall of Fame, he has served as team physician for a number of St. Louis' professional sports teams, including the St. Louis Baseball Cardinals.