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The 2020 Texas Tech Hall of Fame class was announced today (July 30th) and the class features some of the biggest names in Texas Tech Athletics history.
The lone inductee is Jason Totman. Totman a former JUCO product who only spent two years in the 806, left a lasting imprint on the program. While in the 806, Totman garnered All-American honors and had a career batting average of .407. He is the only member of the Texas Tech Hall of Fame married to another Texas Tech Hall of Fame member in Stacey (Kolb) Totman.
The lone inductee in 2020 is Ronald Ross. The native of Hobbs, NM, and former walk-on, Ross became a fan favorite on and off the court. While on the court for the Red Raiders, Ross would go on to garner All-Big 12 1st team honors as a senior and help the Red Raiders go to their 1st ever Sweet 16 appearance in 2005. He later returned to the 806 after over a decade long playing career overseas as a grad assistant on 2018-19 Final Four and National Runner-Up team.
The two members of the most famous play in program history enter the Tech Hall of Fame together. Michael Crabtree and Graham Harrell are a part of the 2020 Texas Tech Hall of Fame class. Crabtree, is the greatest WR in program history, he was the first freshman in history to win the Biletnikoff Award and would go on to win the award twice, the only player to ever do so. He would go onto to e drafted 10th overall by the San Franciso 49ers in 2009.
Graham Harrell, who finished fourth in the Heisman voting in 2008 is one of the most successful QB’s to ever play in the scarlet & black. In his time in the 806, he became the Red Raiders all-time passing leader as well as the all-time passing touchdowns leader with 134.
Track & Field
D’Andra Carter is one of the greatest track & field athletes ever to wear the scarlet & black. In her time in the 806, Cater would go on to win an individual national championship in discus in 2009, win a Big-12 outdoor discus championship and be named a three-time All-American in the event.
Chris Martin is the lone volleyball inductee in the Texas Tech Hall of Fame Class of 2020. During her time with Tech Volleyball (1988-91) in the SWC, Martin went on to secure her place as one of the best to ever play at Tech. She ranks in the Top 5 in program history in solo blocks and total blocks. She is also 6th all-time in block assist.
Brooke Lowrance was on campus from 1995-99 and shined for the Red Raiders on the links. With her induction into the Texas Tech Hall of Fame, she becomes the second member of the program to be inducted. She was the 1st golf in program history to garner All-American honors and helped lead the Red Raiders to three NCAA tournament appearances and the programs first National title appearance.