The men’s basketball career rebound co-leader with 751, Dickens helped Robert Morris to the 1990 NCAA Tournament after missing the previous season with reconstructive hip surgery. A native of Erie, Pa., Dickens earned the ECAC Award of Valor in 1991 for his comeback. Dickens owns RMU class records for rebounds as a freshman (237 in 1985-86) and senior (271 in 1989-90), and his career average of 7.0 rebounds per game ranks second all-time for the Colonials .
Kathy Frederick Women's Basketball (1984-88)
A native of Franklin Park, Pa., Frederick helped Robert Morris to the ECAC Metro Conference title as a senior in 1988. A point guard over her career, Frederick owns Colonial career records for assists (575) and steals (302). During the 1985-86 campaign, Frederick ranked sixth in the country in assists with an 8.0 per game average.
Chipper Harris Men's Basketball (1980-84)
From 1984-94 Harris was the Robert Morris men’s basketball career point leader with 1,942 points, which currently ranks second behind fellow RMU Athletic Hall of Fame member Myron Walker (Class of 1999). He is also the program's all-time career leader in steals, having compiled 450 over his four seasons, an average of 3.8 per contest. A native of New Kensington, Pa., Harris helped the Colonials to their first two NCAA Tournament trips in 1982 and 1983. He was named the ECAC Metro Conference Tri-Player of the Year in 1984.
Craig Prosser Men's Basketball (1972-74)
A Pittsburgh native, Prosser was a member of the men’s basketball team when it competed at the junior college level. He averaged 14.0 points per game in his second year at Robert Morris before transferring to Canisius to earn his four-year degree.
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