Waco native and former Baylor Lady Bear basketball great Maggie Davis-Stinnett is among nine new inductees to the Southwest Conference Hall of Fame.

She led now-defunct Richfield High School to state basketball championships and undefeated seasons in 1984 and ’85 before going on to glory at Baylor. Davis-Stinnett was a three-time all-conference performer who led the Lady Bears in scoring and rebounding in each of her seasons. She ended her career with 2,027 points, second all-time in SWC history.

Joining Davis-Stinnett in the SWC Hall of Fame class are Dick Bumpas (Arkansas football), PGA pro Steve Elkington (Houston golf), Bobby May (Rice track and field), Jennifer Santrock (SMU tennis), Beverly Bowes-Hackney (Texas tennis), Sonny Parker (Texas A&M basketball), Horatio Porter (TCU track and field) and Jason Sasser (Texas Tech basketball).

The SWC Hall of Fame induction ceremony is set for 11 a.m. Oct. 2 at TCU in Fort Worth. Texas Sports Hall of Fame president Cooper Jones called the new class “legendary.”

To order tickets for the luncheon and induction ceremony, contact Emily McAnsh at (254) 756-1633 or email Emily.mcansh@tshof.org.

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