2024 Hall of Fame Inductees


Randy Mueller

Mueller has been around professional football for four decades. Born and raised in St. Maries, he played quarterback for the Lumberjacks and then at Linfield College in McMinnville, Ore. As a senior in 1982 at Linfield, he led his team to the NAIA Division II national championship and was named MVP of the title game.

A year later, Mueller began his pro football front office career as an assistant in pro personnel with the Seattle Seahawks. In 1990, he was promoted to pro personnel director, and then in 1995, he became the team’s vice president of football operations.
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Jackie Ross-Mattox

Jackie Ross Mattox is a 10-time Big Sky Conference champion. Born in Kingstown, the capital city of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Mattox attended UI during 1989-93. She is a three-time Big Sky champ in both the outdoor and indoor triple jump, a two-time winner in the indoor long jump, and also won titles in the outdoor long jump and heptathlon.
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Darrah Eggers

Growing up in small town Bovill Idaho, athletics were always important to the Eggers family. Darrah started young, building his own high jump pit out in the family barnyard. He eventually added a long jump pit and a two lane 35-meter sprint area. These homemade facilities helped him set the national 12-13-year-old high jump record in Memphis, Tennessee at 6-1½. Later that summer, he set the national record in the Pentathlon for 12–13-year-olds at 4,809 points.
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Bill Bopp

Bopp was a high school basketball official for 36 years before he retired in 2021. He also spent more than a dozen years officiating college games.

Bopp, who lives in Concolalla, graduated from Sandpoint High in 1978 where he played basketball, which began him on a life journey involved with the sport.
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