Former Colorado star Cliff Meely will be inducted into the Pac-12 Hall of Honor on March 16, the conference announced Thursday.

The Pac-12 is honoring 11 former athletes and one former coach with a ceremony prior to the championship game of the conference tournament in Las Vegas.

Meely is CU's all-time leader in career scoring average (24.3 points per game) and career rebounding average (12.1 rebounds per game).

He left Colorado as the all-time leader in single-season scoring (729), career rebounds (971) and career points (1,940), and he currently ranks second on the single-season points and career rebounds lists and fourth in career points. A three-time All-Big Eight Conference performer, Meely led the Buffs to the Big Eight title as a sophomore in 1968-69 and garnered first team All-America accolades as a senior in 1970-71.

Along with Meely, the other individuals to be inducted will be: Jason Gardner (Arizona), Dennis Hamilton (Arizona State), Shareef Abdur-Rahim (California), Chuck Rask (Oregon), Charlie Sitton (Oregon State), Ron Tomsic (Stanford), Lucius Allen (UCLA), Forrest Twogood (USC), Keith Van Horn (Utah), Nate Robinson (Washington) and James McKean (Washington State).



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