The 11-person 2015 induction class for the University of Colorado athletics Hall of Fame.
Chauncey Billups (men's basketball, 1995-1997): "Mr. Big Shot" led the Buffs to their first NCAA tournament berth in 28 years in 1997 and later was named the NBA Finals MVP with the Detroit Pistons.
Jon Burianek (administration, 1968-2006): An athletics department pillar for 38 years, Burianek started as a student assistant in the business office before serving 24 years as associate athletic director for internal affairs.
Bill Fanning (baseball, 1946-1949): Went 11-5 over his final two seasons in Boulder before going on to become a high school coaching legend at Grand Junction High. Fanning was inducted into the Colorado Sports HOF in 2002 and passed away on Feb. 8, 2013.
Stephan Hienzsch (skiing, 1975-1978): A part of four national championship teams, he became the first CU skier to win the giant slalom national title. Spent four years as the coach and director of the U.S. Disabled Ski Team.
Frank Prentup (coach, 1941-1969): The head baseball coach for 24 years and an assistant with the football program for 15, Prentup remained a member of the physical education faculty until 1976 and passed away in 1992.
Mike Pritchard (football, 1987-1990): The passing game's big-play threat from the 1990 national champs, Pritchard averaged 48.8 yards on his 11 touchdown receptions during the title season.
Erin Scholz (women's basketball, 1993-1997): Led CU to four straight NCAA tournament appearances during her career, including an Elite Eight berth in 1995. Finished her career as CU's No. 3 all-time leading scorer and still is ranked seventh.
Mark Scrutton (cross country and track, 1979-1983): Won the NCAA cross country title in 1982 and the 2-mile title at the 1983 track and field finals. Won a record 17 Big Eight Conference individual titles.
Nicole Vranesh (volleyball, 1990-93): Led the Buffs to the 1993 Big Eight Conference title and remains the only CU player to lead the nation in assists.
Scott Wedman (men's basketball, 1971-74): The sixth overall pick in the 1974 NBA draft, Wedman graduated as CU's fourth all-time leading scorer and rebounder.
Tom Woodard (men's golf, 1973-1977): The first African-American golfer at CU, Woodard earned a berth in the 1977 NCAA Championships and later spent more than two years competing on the PGA Tour.