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May 30, 2012 at 9:44 AM

Hoffmann, Milloy part of 2012 Husky Hall of Fame Class

UW has just announced the inductees for the 2012 Husky Hall of Fame (which covers all sports).

The football players who will be inducted are linebacker Dave Hoffmann, a standout on the 1991 National Title team while playing from 1989-92, and safety Lawyer Milloy, who played from 1993-95.

Others who will be inducted are Chet Crile (men’s tennis, 1990-’93), Giuliana Mendiola (women’s basketball, 2001-’04), Tiffany Simpson (women’s gymnastics, 1996-’98, 2000), and O.D. Vincent III (men’s golf, 1987-’89, 1991).

According to a UW press release, the class will be inducted Friday, October 26, at the 2012 Husky Hall of Fame Ceremony presented by Air Van Moving in Alaska Airlines Arena. Event details will be released in late summer.

Here’s the official release from the school as well as info on each of the inductees. And here’s some info on the history of the Hall of Fame.

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