Del Rio to be Inducted into USC Hall of Fame

Raiders Head Coach Jack Del Rio has been selected to the 11th class of University of Southern California's Athletic Hall of Fame.

Coach Del Rio, along with the other 15 inductees, will be introduced at an introductory dinner on May 16 at the John McKay Center.

During his career as a Trojan, Coach Del Rio excelled both on the football field and the baseball diamond, playing catcher for the baseball team as well as linebacker on Saturdays.

He was named a consensus All-American and Lombardi Award runner-up as a senior and was named Co-MVP of the 1985 Rose Bowl. Additionally, he was named to the All-Pac 10 first team and won the 1984 Pop Warner Award as the most valuable senior on the Pacific Coast.

The other inductees in the 2015 class are: Byron Black (tennis), Pete Carroll (football coach), John Hamilton (Spirit Award), Isabelle Harvey (soccer), Joe Jares (media), Jimmy Jones (football), Dave Levy (football coach), Harold Miner (basketball), Aniko Pelle (water polo), Mark Prior (baseball), Kristine Quance-Julian (swimming), Don Quarrie (track and field), Jennifer Rosales (golf), Tim Rossovich (football) and Bob Yoder (volleyball player/coach).

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