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2018 Saluki Hall of Fame class announced

The 2018 Saluki Hall of Fame class has been announced, according to Southern Illinois University. (Source: Brittany Jacob, KFVS) The 2018 Saluki Hall of Fame class has been announced, according to Southern Illinois University. (Source: Brittany Jacob, KFVS)
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The 2018 Saluki Hall of Fame class has been announced, according to Southern Illinois University.

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The 2018 class includes Jermaine Dearman (Men's Basketball), Mallory Duran-Sellers (Softball), P.J. Finigan (Baseball), George Loukas (Football), Jeneva McCall (Track & Field), Bryan Mullins (Men's Basketball) and Bruce Weber (Men's Basketball Head Coach).

The class will formally be inducted in a ceremony on Friday, Oct. 19. and appear at Homecoming on Oct. 20.

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