2011 Miami University Middletown Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

Miami Middletown Hall of Fame class of 2011

Sharon Hall

Sharon HallSharon Hall was a four year member of the women¹s basketball team (1979-83). She was voted first team all-ORCC in 1981-82 and was twice voted second team all-conference. Sharon averaged over 14 points and 6 rebounds a game for her career. Sharon still holds the career record for field goals made in a career with 532. She also played on the volleyball team in 1980 and on the women's tennis team in 1981. Sharon graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education in 1983.

Sharon resides in Middletown and is employed by AK Steel. She remains active athletically, participating in soccer, bowling, skiing, and pickle ball. Sharon qualified for and competed in the Iron Man Competition in Hawaii in 1987.

Tara Teaster Hunt

Tara HuntTara (Teaster) Hunt was an outstanding player for the women's basketball team for four years (1995-99). She also played on the volleyball team in 1995, and two years on the women's tennis team (1997-98). Tara scored 783 points in her career and averaged over 6 rebounds a game. Tara earned the C. Eugene Bennett Scholar Athlete of the Year Award in 1998-99 and the Lynn Darbyshire Warrior Award in 1996. Tara earned a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education in 1999.

Tara is a counselor at Seven Mile Elementary in the Edgewood School District. She has been married to fellow MUM Alum Bobby Hunt for 11 years. They are proud parents of Callie and Colton.

Greg Lansaw

Greg LansawGreg Lansaw was one of the most successful coaches in MUM golf history, serving from 2001-04. In those four years his teams won the ORCC Championship three times (2001, 2003 & 2004), and the Regional Campus State Championship twice (2001 & 2003).
Greg was passionate about golf and loved sharing his experience and knowledge with his teams. He was held in high regard by golf coaches throughout the state and was looked upon as a leader among the ORCC coaches.

Greg passed away September 11, 2004 after a courageous battle with brain cancer. Greg's family includes wife Brenda, daughter Taylor (Ruscin), and son Curt.

John Troutwine

John TroutwineJohn Troutwine was a standout men's basketball player during the 1988-89 & 1989-90 seasons. He helped lead the men to the ORCC championship in 1989 and was voted first team all-conference both years. John scored over 16 points and pulled down 9.5 rebounds a game for his career. He earned the C. Eugene Bennett Scholar Athlete of the Year in both 1988-89 and 1989-90, and the Lynn Darbyshire Warrior Award in 1988. John was also on the MUM baseball team (1989).

John received the Eastman Kodak Scholarship following his freshman year (1989). He earned a Bachelor's Degree in Business Marketing in just three years, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 1991.

John is employed by Allin Corporation in Fort Lauderdale, FL as Director of Business Development. He resides in Arcanum with his wife Angie and three sons Arthur (17), Simon (16), and Wills (11).