The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame announces the electionof new officers and members of the Board of Directors, to serve terms beginningJuly 1.
Marvin Tudor hasbeen elected to a two-year term as President of the Board of Directors. Tudor, a 2000 inductee, is a 1956 graduate ofEminence High School and was a basketball and baseball player under TonyHinkle at Butler University. Tudor was a head coach at Triton Central, Plymouth, and Huntington North, and resides in Huntington.
Jim Callane hasbeen elected to a two-year term as Executive Vice President. Callane is a 2008 inductee and is a graduateof Rushville High School (1960) and DePauw University (1964). A former head coach at Danville,Linton, and Kokomo Haworth high schools, Callane spent nearly 20 years asAthletic Director at Kokomo High School and resides in Kokomo.
1990 inductee Ray Pavyremains Treasurer of the Hall of Fame. A1959 graduate of New Castle Chrysler High Schooland 1965 graduate of Indiana University, he was a longtime school administrator inNew Castle andresides there.
Sam Alford hasbeen elected to a two-year term as Secretary. A 2002 inductee, Alford is a 1960 graduate of WashingtonHigh School and 1964 graduate of Franklin College. A former coach at Monroe City,South Knox, Martinsville, and New Castle, he resides in Noblesville.
New representatives elected to the 26-member Board ofDirectors include Mike Broughton, Al Tucker, and Judi Warren.
Broughton is a 1973 graduate of Hebron High Schooland Indiana Wesleyan. A former headcoach at Kankakee Valley, Hebron,Rushville, Castle, and Jeffersonville highschools, he led Jeffersonvilleto the 1993 state championship and was head coach of the 1996 Indiana All-Starteam. Broughton is currently AthleticDirector at Jennings County High Schooland resides in North Vernon.
Tucker is a 1957 graduate of PatricksburgHigh School and 1963 graduate of Indiana State University. He was the head coach at Cloverdale for 17seasons, where his teams won seven sectionals and he coached two IndianaAll-Stars, including his son Chad. Retired from the insurance business, Tuckerresides in Cloverdale.
Warrenrejoins the Board following a previous stint. Indiana-s first Miss Basketball in1976, she is a graduate of Warsaw High School and Franklin College. The Mental Attitude Award winner on Warsaw-s 1976 state champions, she later coached Carmel High School to the 1995 girls- State Finals. Warren remainsa teacher in the Carmelschool system and resides there.
Elevated from the Board of Directors to the ExecutiveCommittee are Jim Fisher of Indianapolis and Carol Tumeyof Greenwood.
The complete list of officers for 2011-12:
President, Marvin Tudor- Eminence H.S., Butler University
Executive Vice President, Jim Callane – Rushville H.S., DePauw University
Treasurer, Ray Pavy- New Castle H.S., Indiana University
Secretary, Sam Alford- Washington H.S., Franklin College
Past President, Ralph Taylor- Indianapolis WashingtonH.S., Purdue University
Vice President North, Orvis -Shorty- Burdsall – Vincennes H.S., Butler University
Vice President Central, Jim Fisher- Lebanon H.S., Newberry College
Vice President South, Carol Tumey- Leavenworth H.S., Franklin College
At-Large Representative, Phil Isenbarger – Muncie NorthH.S., Indiana University
At-Large Representative, Amy Metheny – Southport H.S., Indiana University
Henry County Representative, Danny Danielson – Indiana University
The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame was established in 1962and opened their museum in New Castlein 1990. Their mission is to recognizeoutstanding players and coaches from Indianahigh schools and others whose contributions to Indianahigh school basketball are noteworthy and maintain a historical museum whichportrays the history of Indianabasketball. To find out more, visit www.hoopshall.com or call (765) 529-1891.