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Cameron University Athletics Hall of Fame Set to Induct Class of 2024

The Cameron University Athletics Hall of Fame will add a group of new honorees to its roster during the university’s annual Homecoming activities next month. The induction ceremony is slated for Friday, February 23, at 7:30 p.m. in the McCasland Ballroom, located inside the McMahon Centennial Complex. The event is open to the public at no charge. Parking is available on the east side of the building.

The Class of 2024 consists of baseball pitcher Stephen Reagan, Aggie supporters Von and Betty Rohde, mascot Jason Terry and volleyball player Deb Vosler.

When Stephen Reagan arrived at Cameron State College, he aspired to join the men’s basketball program but wound up on the baseball squad instead. The talented left-hander posted a 3-1 record in 1965 and a 4-4 standard with a 2.15 ERA in 1966. That year, the Aggies won the NJCAA Region II Championship and represented Cameron in the national tournament in Grand Junction, Colorado. After earning an associate in science degree, Reagan earned a scholarship to the University of Arkansas, then subsequently became a dental assistant in the U.S. Air Force. He then earned master’s and doctorate degrees from the University of Oklahoma, serving as a professor in advanced dentistry in the College of Dentistry at the OU Health Sciences Center. Reagan and his wife, Alice, reside in Norman.

Von and Betty Rohde began their journey with Cameron Athletics in the fall of 1991, when Von was invited to accompany CU’s men’s golf team to a tournament in Arizona – an experience that became the first of many. Since then, the couple has volunteered their services at numerous Aggie home golf tournaments. They became friends with John Jeter, a professor of accounting at Cameron and his wife, Peggy, who were the parents of CU’s award-winning golfer Jason Jeter. Avid Aggie fans, the Jeters turned the Rohdes on to CU’s basketball teams, where they became supporters of the women’s program. The Rohdes have enjoyed countless hours supporting the Aggie student athletes for decades, enthusiastically telling people they have extended family all over the world. Von and Betty reside in Lawton, where they can still be found in the stands cheering for the Aggies.

As the man in the mascot costume, Jason Terry fully embodied Ole Kim from 2015 to 2017, bringing school spirit to the Cameron community, those who attended athletic events, and the greater Lawton Fort Sill area. He was present at all home athletic events in Aggie Gym, bringing energy and enthusiasm in support of the Aggies. Terry had previously worked at Disney World as a variety of characters, which helped him in his role as Ole Kim. He was equally skilled at interacting with college students, older fans, and young kids. His commitment to Cameron Athletics didn’t stop there, as he was seen out in the community spreading the word of Cameron and bringing a cheerful warmth to everyone’s day. Terry won several awards while serving Cameron and earned a bachelor of science degree in sports and exercise science. He resides in Aubrey, Texas.

Deb Vosler played for the Cameron volleyball team from 1977 to 1979 after transferring from Eastern Wyoming. During her time as an Aggie, she had a significant impact on the volleyball team. The year prior to her arrival, the team went 5-24, but Vosler led the way for a huge turnaround as the team finished 30-16 her first year. During her senior year, the team posted a 41-9 record. Vosler was a two-year captain and was the team leader. She led the team in hitting, but it was her setting that had the most impact to the team’s success. During her stint at Cameron, the team won two Oklahoma Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (OAIAW) championships.

After earning a bachelor of science degree in science education, Vosler earned a master’s degree in education from Southwest Oregon State, then subsequently taught high school science for 27 years.

Due to damage sustained over the course of her volleyball career, Vosler underwent the amputation of one of her lower legs and knees. She became a pioneer sitting volleyball in the Paralympic Games, winning a bronze medal as a member of the 2004 U.S. team in Athens, Greece. Vosler currently resides in Eyota, Minnesota.


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