Three Join Jags Hall of Fame

New inductees to Jaguars Athletics Hall of Fame are shown.

From left: Kulsrud, Reedus and Wenger.

A golfer, a basketball standout and a long-time face behind the scenes of IUPUI athletics joined the Jaguars Athletics Hall of Fame this winter during induction ceremonies at Scholars Hall in University Place Hotel and Conference Center.

Bill Kulsrud, who served as the faculty athletic representative to the NCAA from 1993 to 2007, was honored for his meritorious service to the Jags. Two graduates from the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology — Justin Wenger (men’s golf) and Martin Reedus (men’s basketball) — were honored for their athletic prowess, bringing the total number of Hall of Fame members to 54.

Kulsrud joined IU Kelley School of Business, Indianapolis in 1979 and was a member of the 1987 Pan American Games committee. He is the fourth person inducted for work off the court or field in support of the athletics department.

Reedus (B.S. 1990) starred during a three-year playing career that featured more than 1,100 points and the third-highest assist total in school history.

Wenger (B.S. 2007) earned first-team Academic All-America honors for his stellar work in the classroom. He is the third men’s golf star added to the Hall of Fame in the past three years, and was a key member of IUPUI’s 2005 NCAA Tournament team.