By Jordan Nicewarner
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. –The hallowed halls of the Shepherd University Hall of Fame are being expanded as the total number of inductees grows to 162. Quarterback Chad Broadwater ’98, joins swimmer Ric Hutterly ’65, and Tennis player Glenn Edwards ‘74 as the 36th class to be inducted.
Broadwater was a prolific quarterback from 1994-97. He completed 455-of-897 passes for 6,583 yards and 60 touchdowns in his career. He finished his career as the program’s all-time leader in pass completions, pass attempts, passing yards, passing touchdowns, and total offense. Not to mention his three-time All-WVIAC selections.
Edwards was a four-year member of the Shepherd men’s tennis team from 1970-74. He finished his career with a 35-13 singles record. A three-time team captain, Edwards was a member of the undefeated (8-0) team of 1971
Hutterly was a member of the men’s swimming team from 1960-62 and 1963-65. Hutterly won eight individual conference titles and three relay crowns over his career. He was a member of three WVIAC champion teams for the Rams. Hutterly went on to have a successful coaching career at Western Colorado and Eastern Washington.