The University of Alaska Anchorage will welcome three new members to its Seawolf Hall of Fame in October. The school announced on Tuesday that former hockey player Tim Molle, men's basketball player Peter Bullock, and cross country runner and skier Eric Strabel will make up the class of 2014.
Molle played for the Seawolves from 1981 to 1984. At 6-4, 225 pounds, he was a hulking presence on the ice, totaling 82 career points, fifth most all-time by a UAA defenseman. 32 of his points came during his freshman season. Molle also helped the Seawolves to consecutive 20-win seasons as a junior and a senior.
Bullock is UAA's all-time points leader in men's basketball with 1,902. A graduate of East Anchorage High School, Bullock played for UAA from 2000 to 2004 and still holds career records for field goals made, double-doubles, and games started, with 107. He was an all-conference selection three times.
Strabel has gained state-wide acclaim in his post-UAA days as a mountain running phenom, and three-time champion of the Mount Marathon race. While at UAA from 2000 to 2004, he helped establish the men's cross country program as a West Region powerhouse, leading UAA to its first conference title in 2002. He was also a three-time All-American cross country skier, including a runner-up showing at the NCAA championship 20K race as a sophomore.
Molle, Bullock, and Strabel will be enshrined into the Seawolf Hall of Fame at a ceremony on Sunday, October 12th.