Hutchinson CC Sports Information
The HutchCC Quarterback Club Hall of Fame will enshrine four new members in 2020.
The announcement was made at halftime of the Hutchinson Community College-Allen men's basketball game on Saturday night at the Sports Arena.
Three athletes and one contributor made the cut for 2020 to bring the overall number of Hall of Famers up to 40 – 37 individuals, 2 contributors and 1 team.
The Class of 2020 is made up of Vic Boucos (contributor), Angie Melland-Schrock (track and volleyball), Heather Robben (women's basketball) and Ben Davis (men's basketball).
The Hall of Fame will welcome its four new members during halftime of the Blue Dragon men's basketball game against Seward County on Saturday, February 22.
Vic Boucos (Contributor)
Boucos was elected to the hall as a contributor based on his many years of service to both the Quarterback Club and Hutchinson Community College.
Vic was a long-time member of the Quarterback Club and a long-time employee of Hutchinson Community College in plant facilities. Upon his official retirement from Hutchinson Community College as a full-time employee, Boucos still serves as the facilities leader at the Hutchinson Sports Arena.
A native of Hutchinson, Melland-Schrock was a two-sport athlete for the Blue Dragons as a track and field athlete and a volleyball player from 1985 to 1987.
During her time at Hutchinson, Angie held five different school records. She still holds the top school mark in the outdoor heptathlon at 4,360 points, which she set at the 1986 NJCAA Championships.
Melland-Schrock still ranks No. 3 in the outdoor 800 meters, third in the 400-meter intermediate hurdles, second in the javelin and fifth in the indoor 400 meters.
Melland-Schrock went onto the University of Kansas to continue her track career and still resides in Hutchinson.
Robben became the Blue Dragon women's basketball's all-time leading scorer in 2010. She held onto that record for four seasons.
Robben was the leading scorer on Hutchinson's 2009 Region VI Tournament championship team, the first regional title team in 32 seasons.
She was Hutch women's basketball's first two-time All-American – honorable mention in 2009 and third team in 2010. Robben scored 1,072 career points. She still ranks eight in career scoring average (15.3) and seventh in 3-pointers (137).
Her 543 points as a freshman are second most by a freshman and eighth most in single-season history.
Heather moved onto Wichita State before moving on to Emporia State University to close out her collegiate career. She is now an assistant coach at East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma.
A one-year Blue Dragon, Davis made that year count as he helped the Blue Dragon men's basketball team win the 1994 national championship. He joins Roy Hairston and coach Steve McClain as members of the 1994 team to be enshrined into the Hall of Fame.
Davis' 776 points scored were second to "Pooh" Hairston's 880. Davis still ranks eighth on the Blue Dragon single-season scoring list, fifth in made field goals (304) and second in rebounding (470). Ben earned second-team NJCAA All-America honors in 1994.
He went onto the University of Arizona and was taken with the 43rd overall pick of the 1996 NBA Draft by the Phoenix Suns in the second round. Davis has also played overseas and in South America.
Now a resident of Atlanta, Davis was voted onto the Blue Dragon 75th Anniversary team in 2006.