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Terry Maddox
Position: Hall of Fame Inductee
Other Position: 2006 Inductee, Baseball (1954-57)
One of only five Oregon first-team All-Americans in the sport, the three-time all-Northern Division team selection earned honors as a pitcher as a sophomore before duplicating the acclaim as an outfielder in 1956 and ‘57. His conference Northern Division-leading 7-1 record in 1955 established a single-season school mark for most wins and winning percentage (.875) while he led the Ducks with a 2.80 ERA. Offensively, Terry Maddox enjoyed his best season in 1956, batting .330 while driving in 28 RBIs. He finished with a career batting average of .321 while scoring 57 runs and driving in 50 to help lead Oregon to Northern League championships in 1955 and 1957. The team captain also compiled a career pitching record of 10-2 as well as a .972 fielding percentage and was voted to the NCAA District 8 All-Coast team as a collegiate senior. The Medford native sandwiched a two-year military stint between a four-year minor league baseball career.