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San Diego State announces its 2014 Hall of Fame inductees

Stephen Strasburg and Kirk Morrison headline the 2014 inductees.

Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

According to, San Diego State athletics released the names of the five members of its 2014 Hall of Fame class. The five inductees will be honored at halftime of SDSU's home football game versus Air Force on Friday, November 21--the game starts at 6:30 p.m. PT.

Here are the five members of the Class of 2014.

Stephen Strasburg, Baseball (2007-09)

  • Right-handed pitcher
  • College Baseball Foundation National Pitcher of the Year (2009)
  • Lowest career ERA in SDSU history (1.59 ERA)
  • Back-to-back MWC Pitcher of the Year and consensus first-team All-Americanselections (2008-09)
  • Led Aztecs to their first NCAA Regional game in 18 years (2009)
  • First overall pick in the 2009 MLB Draft by the WashingtonNationals
  • Tossed a no-hitter in final start at Tony Gwynn Stadium
  • Holds SDSU records for most strikeouts in a game (23), in a season (195) and in a career (375)

Kirk Morrison, Football (2001-04)

  • Linebacker
  • Holds SDSU record for unassisted tackles (241) and fumble recoveries (10)
  • Two time All-American, one of only 11 Aztecs of all time to be a first team All-American
  • Two time Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year.
  • Drafted 78th overall (third round) by theOakland Raidersin 2005
  • Was voted team MVP and Butkus Award semifinalist in his senior season
  • Second most career total tackles (396), and third most assisted tackles (155) in program history

Pete Inge, Football (1976-79)

  • Walk-on offensive lineman
  • Two-time AP second team All-American
  • First-team All-WAC selection 1978-79
  • Two-time Byron Chase Memorial Trophy Winner (team's most outstanding offensive player)
  • Helped SDSU rush for over 2,000 yards in 1976, and over 1,800 in 1977-78
  • Led SDSU to the No.16 spot in the final AP rankings of 1977

Kyle Whittemore,  Men's Soccer (1984-88)

  • Holds SDSU record for goals (21) and points (50) in a season
  • Holds school record for most career goals (68) and career points (160)
  • Member of the 1987 national runner-up team
  • Second team All-American in 1987
  • Hermann Trophy finalist in 1988
  • Four time Far West All-American selection (1984,'86,'87,'88)
  • MVP of the 1988 Senior Bowl

Shayla Balentine, Track and Field (2002-05)

  • NCAA national runner up and All-American for pole vault in 2005
  • Left SDSU with school and Mountain West record for indoor and outdoor pole vault
  • Four-time Mountain West champion, in both indoor and outdoor
  • Co-Outstanding Performance Award of the 2005 indoor MW championship