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Brandon Weeden, Charles Howell III Headline OSU’s 2024 Hall of Honor Class

Ten names are set to join OSU’s Hall of Honor.



Oklahoma State’s Hall of Honor will grow by 10 this year, and the inductees include some big names in OSU lore.

Brandon Weeden (football), Charles Howell III (golf), Lauren Bay (softball), David Edwards (golf), Ross Flood (wrestling), James Wadley (tennis), Davey Perry (track), John Perry (track), Jim Metcalf (track) and Tom Von Ruden (track) will grow OSU’s Hall of Honor to 87, it was announced Thursday.

Weeden will be the name most instantly recognized. He was 23-3 as the Cowboys’ starting quarterback, leading the Pokes to a Big 12 championship and Fiesta Bowl victory in the 2011 season.

Howell was a three-time All-American and part of OSU’s 2000 national title-winning golf team. He won the Haskins and Jack Nicklaus award in 2000 and has since won three events on the PGA Tour.

Bay was the 2003 Big 12 player of the Year and a first-team All-American. In 2003, she had a 0.82 ERA and struck out 451 batters. She also won bronze at the 2020 Olympics with Canada.

Edwards was also a three-time All-American for the Cowboy golf program in the 1970s. He was a part of two NCAA title-winning teams and had four PGA Tour wins.

Flood was a three-time national champion in the 1930s and was a part of three NCAA title-winning teams. He was a 1978 inductee into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. He was also a silver medalist in the Olympics.

OSU’s men’s tennis coach from 1973-2012, Wadley led the Cowboys to 12 Big Eight titles, four Sweet 16 appearances and coached nine ITA All-Americans. In 2014, Wadley was inducted into the ITA Men’s Collegiate Tennis Hall of Fame.

Dave Perry, John Perry, Von Ruden and Metcalf set two world records in the two-mile relay back in the 1960s. They were NCAA champs in 1965. John Perry, Von Ruden and Metcalf successfully defended the title in 1966.

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