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Stephenson gets Hall of Fame nod
Feb 11, 2014 11:51 AM | Print
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LUBBOCK, Texas – Former Wichita State baseball head coach Gene Stephenson will be a part of the 2014 College Baseball Hall of Fame induction class.

Stephenson, who coached the Shockers from 1978-2013, is one of seven inductees in this year's class. Joining Stephenson in the 2014 class are Bill Bordley, pitcher, USC; Alex Fernandez, pitcher, Miami and Miami-Dade South Community College; Mike Fiore, outfielder, Miami; Demie Mainieri, Miami-Dade North Community College; Mickey Sullivan, outfielder and coach, Baylor; and William C. Matthews, Tuskegee Institute and Harvard.

Stephenson will join his brother Phil in the College Baseball Hall of Fame. Phil Stephenson was inducted in 2007.

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