Detz was a two-time All-America selection in basketball. He earned All-Centennial Conference (CC) First Team honors and NABC All-Region Honors in 1994 and 1995 and helped lead his teams to a 103–12 record during his four years in Lancaster. Detz finished with 1,163 points and 652 rebounds.
Faill was a two-sport standout, earning All-American honors as a goalkeeper in field hockey and lacrosse. She was named an All-American in field hockey twice and in lacrosse once. She still ranks at or near the top in multiple statistical categories in the F&M career and single-season record books of both sports.
Figari was a three-year starter at linebacker for the F&M football team, earning All-Mid-Atlantic Conference First Team honors in 1970 and 1972. He helped lead F&M to an undefeated 9–0 mark in 1972, anchoring a defensive unit that collected four shutouts and only gave up 7.3 points per game.
Ingraham played basketball and soccer during his four years in Lancaster. His main contributions to F&M athletics have been
leadership as president of the Diplomat Athletic Club, a position he currently holds, and his generous donation of time and money to help the student-athletes at F&M.
Power was a standout volleyball player. She was named Centennial Conference Player of the Year in 1996 and was a two-time All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team selection. She also earned CoSIDA First Team Academic All-America honors. She finished her career ranked first in career points, kills, points per set and kills per set.
Surtz was an All-Centennial Conference selection at running back for the football team. He completed his career as the all-time leading
rusher in school history with 2,913 yards. He also posted the only 1,000-yard season in F&M history, rushing for 1,044 yards as a senior. His 18 career rushing touchdowns rank third all-time.
The 1986–87 men’s squash team put together the best season in school history with a dual match record of 15–1. Nine of the Diplomats’ 15 wins were 9–0 shutouts, and each of the nine starters posted a winning individual record. Led by the All-American trio of Morris Clothier ‘87, Chris Spahr ‘87and Aashish Kamat ‘88, the Diplomats set a new standard of excellence for F&M squash.
The Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be webcast via Stretch Internet, F&M’s broadband streaming partner.