2013 Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

C.J. BrutonC.J. Bruton, Basketball (1995–97)

C.J. Bruton was the starting point guard for the Warriors in both his freshman and sophomore seasons. He led Indian hills to the 1997 National Championship, the first in school history and the first of three consecutive championships for IHCC. He was named the MVP of the 1997 national tournament. C.J. ended his career as the single–season and career steals leader at Indian Hills. He averaged 13.2 points per game as a freshman and 12.1 as a sophomore. He led the team with 5.3 assists per game as a sophomore. C.J. was drafted by Vancouver in the 1997 NBA draft, but opted to return to Australia to play professionally. He has played on six championship teams in his stellar professional career in Australia and New Zealand and was a member of the 2004 and 2008 Australian Olympic basketball teams. He currently plays professionally for the New Zealand Breakers and led them to the league title in 2013.

Tony GalbreathTony Galbreath, Football and Basketball (1972–74)

Tony Galbreath was a two–year starter in football and started one year in basketball for Indian Hills on the Centerville Campus. He was a first–team All–American running back as a sophomore when he led the NJCAA in rushing. That year he averaged 134.2 yards per game and scored 17 touchdowns. As a freshman on the IHCC basketball team, Tony averaged nearly 17 points per game. He continued his football career at the University of Missouri where he received All–Big 8 Conference honors and was named team captain during his senior season. He was selected by the New Orleans Saints in the second round of the 1976 NFL draft. He played 12 years in the NFL with the New Orleans Saints, Minnesota Vikings and New York Giants. Tony helped lead the Giants to a win in Super Bowl XXI and retired in 1987 having caught more passes than any other running back in NFL history.

Jillesa HoeckJillesa Hoeck, Volleyball (2004–06)

Jillesa Hoeck led the Indian Hills volleyball team to back–to–back national tournament appearances, where the Warriors finished third and fifth, respectively. She is a two–time first–team All–Region selection and was named Outstanding Setter at the national tournament both years. During her sophomore campaign, Jill was named first–team All–American by the NJCAA and the American Volleyball Coaches Association. She continued her volleyball career at the University of North Carolina—Wilmington where she started every match during her junior and senior seasons.  Jill has returned to her alma mater as a recruiter of prospective students.

Jeff KelleyJeff Kelley, Coach: Softball (1996–2006)

Jeff Kelley compiled a record of 643–106 during his 11–year stint at the helm of the Indian Hills softball program. Under Jeff's guidance, the softball team won 10 consecutive Region 11 titles while making 10 straight appearances at the national tournament. Jeff's teams placed fourth, fifth and seventh twice. His teams won more than 60 games six times, including a school–record 66 wins in 2001, and averaged 58 wins per season for a winning percentage of.859. His final seven teams were named Academic All–American teams by the NJCAA and he had 54 players selected to academic or athletic All–American teams during his tenure.

Kevin RitzKevin Ritz, Baseball (1984–85)

Kevin Ritz helped pitch the Falcons into the Junior College World Series in 1985. He finished the 1985 campaign with a record of 7–2 and pitched a number of key games on the Falcons' road to the third World Series appearance in school history. Kevin was selected by the Detroit Tigers in the fourth round of the 1985 Major League Baseball Draft. He played with the Tigers from 1989–1992 before going to the Colorado Rockies in the 1992 expansion draft. Kevin was a member of the Rockies pitching staff for five seasons and was a key part of the first Colorado team to reach the postseason playoffs. His best season with the Rockies came in 1996 when he won 17 games and pitched 213 innings.

Karen Smith MalloyKaren Smith Malloy, Softball (1997–99)

Karen Smith Malloy was a two–time softball All–American and academic All–American for Indian Hills. Karen still ranks among the top five at Indian Hills in seven offensive categories and is the career leader in at–bats, triples, doubles and total bases. An outfielder, she was first team All–Region and first–team All–American for IHCC teams that were a combined 129–12 and made two national tournament appearances. Karen continued her softball career at Simpson College where she helped lead the Storm to a national tournament berth during her junior season. She was also named first–team All–Conference, All–Region and All–American during her senior year. Karen was inducted into the Simpson College Hall of Fame in 2012.