MEMPHIS-The Christian Brothers University Athletic Hall
of Fame announces its Class of 2016, featuring three inductees. This
year's induction banquet was held on Friday, April 8 in
Sabbatini Lounge in the Thomas Center.
McArthy starred in basketball from 1983 to 1985. In 71 games, he scored
1,037 points with 184 rebounds, 140 assists and 76 steals. He shot 57.2
percent from the field, which ranks sixth in school history, and his
14.6 points per game are good for 16th in school history. As a senior,
he was the leading scorer on CBU's VSAC Champion team which went 25-10.
In his two years, the Bucs went 46-25 and reached the VSAC finals both
Zac Scott starred in baseball from 1998 to 2001. He hit
.375 with 235 hits, 33 home runs and 167 RBI. Scott holds school records
for career RBI and total bases, and he ranks second in school history
in career home runs and batting average. A two-time Academic All-GSC
selection, Scott earned Gulf South Conference West Division Player of
the Year honors in 2000, becoming the first CBU student-athlete in any
sport to win a GSC Player of the Year award.
Tim Stock starred in
basketball from 1985 to 1988. In 101 games, he scored 1,808 points, and
in the first two years of the three-point shot, he set records that
have not been threatened in nearly 30 years since. As a junior, he made
144 three-pointers, and he followed with 147 triples as a senior,
setting school single-season records with 738 points and 22.4 points per
game. For his career, Stock holds school records for three-pointers and
three-point percentage. He ranks second in career points per game, and
he is fifth in career scoring.
To view photos from the event, check out the CBU Flickr album HERE