Former Rossville guard Brian Good and Purdue basketball players Woody Austin and Craig Riley have been selected to the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame’s 2013 Silver Anniversary team.
The 18-man team is selected on outstanding accomplishments as senior basketball players 25 years ago.
Good averaged 28.8 points, 6 rebounds and 6.2 assists as a senior at Rossville to earn Converse National All-American recognition. He left Rossville with 12 school records, including, scoring (1,734), assists and free throw shooting (466 of 536, 86.9 percent).
He led the Hornets in scoring and assists all four seasons and helped Rossville win three conference championships.
At Wisconsin, he led the Big Ten Conference in free throw shooting as a sophomore (90.2 percent) and averaged five points in 93 career games.
Austin, the 1988 Mr. Basketball, scored 1,990 career points at Richmond High School and won the state scoring championship as a senior with 932 points. At Purdue, he earned first-team All-Big Ten honors in 1992 and scored 1,076 points.
Riley, a center from Fort Wayne Harding, was a three-time Academic All-Big Ten selection at Purdue and was an Academic All-American in 1992. He averaged 11 points a game as a senior.
Purdue assistant coach Greg Gary also was selected for his accomplishments at Anderson Highland.
Former NBA star Shawn Kemp (Concord) heads a list that includes Darrin Archbold (Norwell), Hunter Atkins (Highland), Scott Blum (Oregon-Davis), Paris Bryant (Jeffersonville), Eric Dolezal (LaPorte), Brian Hogan (Kokomo), Travis Inman (Avon), Matt Nover (Chesterton), David Scott (Graceland Christian), Chandler Thompson (Muncie Central), Derwin Webb (Lawrence North), Henry Williams (Ben Davis) and Sean Woods (Cathedral).
The team will be honored a midday reception, free and open to the public, at the Hall of Fame museum in New Castle on March 20, followed by a banquet that evening.