RMU Athletic Hall of Fame - Class of 1997
Bowling Coach (1962-98)
Began coaching the Robert Morris bowling team in 1962 and served in the position until 1998. He team won Western Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Bowling Conference championships in 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973 and 1978, and his team’s never had a losing season with him as head coach.
Named RMU’s most valuable player each of his four years at Robert Morris, DeLuca went on to the Professional Bowling Tour and was also inducted into the Greater Pittsburgh Bowling Hall of Fame. Over his four-year career DeLuca averaged a score of 200.7 per game.
Women's Basketball (1977-81)
Matich finished her Robert Morris career with 1,147 career points, which ranks 12th all time, and ranks 11th in field goals (443) and free throws (261) and 12th with 571 career rebounds. A native of Pittsburgh, Matich averaged 16.0 points and 9.8 rebounds during her sophomore season in 1978-79 and grabbed a then-school record 21 rebounds in a game against California State Dec. 5, 1979.
Women's Basketball (1981-85)
A native of Leetsdale, Pa., Walls seventh all-time at Robert Morris in career points (1,275), eighth in career games (107), ninth in career rebounds (613) and 10th in steals (165).