RMU Athletic Hall of Fame - Class of 1999
Women's Basketball (1989-94)
A native of Parma, Ohio, Lindak served as the program’s all-time leading scorer from 1994-2000 with 1,522 points, a total that ranks second in the career records. An All-Northeast Conference selection each of her four years (first team in 1993 and 1994, second team in 1991 and All-Newcomer Team in 1990), Lindak helped the Colonials capture the 1991 conference tournament title.
The first softball player inducted into the RMU Athletic Hall of Fame, Prosser compiled 24 wins in the pitching circle as a freshman in 1991, which stood as the single-season school record for 20 years and now ranks second all-time. In 1993, Prosser established the single-season school record for ERA (1.19) and also owns career records for wins (77), shutouts (35) and ERA (1.59). A four-time member of the All-Northeast Conference Tournament Team, she was named the tournament’s MVP in 1991 and 1992. She is a native of Kent, Ohio.
Men's Basketball (1990-94)
The program’s all-time leading scorer with 1,965 career points, Walker also owns the single-season record for points with 614 set during the 1991-92 season. For those efforts he was named the 1992 Northeast Conference Player of the Year, as a sophomore the youngest in league history. Walker, a native of Aliquippa, Pa., also ranks seventh all-time in rebounds (603) and led the Colonials to the NCAA Tournament in 1992.