RMU Athletic Hall of Fame - Class of 1996
Men's Soccer / Track & Field (1985-89)
A Montreal, Ontario, native, Bunbury ranks second in the RMU men’s soccer record books for career goals (40) and points (104). An All-Northeast Conference selection in 1988, Bunbury also was named to the All-ECAC Metro Conference second team in 1987 after leading the Colonials to their first winning season with a 14-4 (.778) record. He led the league in scoring that year with 14 goals and seven assists for 35 points. As a member of the track and field squad, Bunbury was the first Colonial to qualify for the IC4A championships.
Women's Tennis (1980-84)
A native of Bridgeville, Pa., Chiodo posted an unbelievable career record of 55-2 (.965) in singles action from 1980-84, including 34 straight victories.
Men's Basketball (1980-84)
Grant ranks sixth all-time at Robert Morris in career points (1,494) while also posting a school record 555 career assists over his four-year career. He helped guide the Colonials to their first two NCAA Tournament appearances (1982, 1983), and his 184 assists during the 1981-82 season ranks third in the single-season record books. Grant is a native of Beaver Falls, Pa.
Women's Basketball (1980-84)
A native of Monroeville, Pa., Repasky ranks third all-time at Robert Morris in career field goals (565) and eighth in career points (1,263), averaging 16.0 points in 79 career games. She ranks fourth in the RMU single-season records for points (568) and second in field goals (263), both of which came during the 1985-86 season. Repasky was an All-Northeast Conference First Team and All-NEC Tournament Team selection in 1986.