MADISON, Wis. – Three of the most recognizable names in UW-Stevens Point athletics history were inducted into the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) Hall of Fame Saturday evening during the league's Centennial Banquet at the Alliant Energy Center. Clint Kriewaldt, Terry Porter and Leah (Juno) Salzmann were honored as part of the first-ever Hall of Fame class as the conference kicked off its 100 year celebration. "Leah, Clint, and Terry's accomplishments were numerous, and we can all be proud that they wore purple and gold," said director of athletics Daron Montgomery. "It was also terrific to see four UWSP coaches, past and present, honored as WIAC all-time coaches in their respective sports. These individuals were most deserving, as Mark Mazzoleni led the Pointers to three straigt national titles in men's hockey and three women's coaches - Shirley Egner, Sheila Miech, and Nancy Page, who were emerging leaders that helped put women's sports on the map at Point." Clint Kriewaldt dominated at linebacker and running back for UW-Stevens Point from 1995-98 and earned All-WIAC First Team accolades all four seasons – the only player in program history to accomplish the feat. A perennial All-American, Kriewaldt was named the WIAC Player of the Year following the 1998 season after registering 115 tackles, including 20 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks, three fumble recoveries, one interception and eight rushing touchdowns. Kriewaldt also recorded a career-best four rushing touchdowns against UW-Oshkosh in 1998. His career totals consisted of a school-record 416 tackles (second-highest total in conference history), including 54 tackles for loss, 7.5 sacks, three interceptions, 11 fumble recoveries and 16 rushing touchdowns. Kriewaldt was selected in the sixth round (177th overall) of the 1999 National Football League Draft by the Detroit Lions. In nine NFL seasons with the Lions and Pittsburgh Steelers, he accumulated 141 tackles and two interceptions, and he was a member of the Steelers' Super Bowl XL championship team. In 2012, Kriewaldt was selected to the WIAC All-Time Football Team in conjunction with the WIAC Centennial Celebration. One of the most famous names in WIAC basketball history, Terry Porter was a guard on the UW-Stevens Point men's basketball team from 1982-85. Porter garnered NAIA All-America First Team honors and was the WIAC Player of the Year in 1984 and 1985. He led the Pointers to four WIAC championships and a runner-up finish at the 1984 NAIA Championship. His career totals included 1,585 points and a .589 field goal percentage - a mark that ranks sixth on the conference's all-time list. His 600 points in a season (1983-84) and 638 career field goals made each rank fourth in the school's record book. He averaged 16.7 points per game over his final three seasons. Porter was selected 24th overall by the Portland Trailblazers in the 1985 National Basketball Association Draft. He appeared in 1,274 games in 17 seasons with the Trailblazers, Minnesota Timberwolves, Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs, totaling 15,586 points, 7,160 assists and 1,583 steals. Porter's teams compiled a record of 815-547 during his career and only once failed to make the postseason. In 2012, he was named to the NAIA 75th Anniversary All-Star Team and the WIAC All-Time Men's Basketball Team in conjunction with the WIAC Centennial Celebration. Leah (Juno) Salzmann was a member of UW-Stevens Point's women's cross country and track & field squads from 1997-2001. Juno was a three-time NCAA Division III champion, winning the 2001 indoor and outdoor 800-meter run titles. She also won the outdoor 800-meter run in 2000 and was the 2001 UW-Stevens Point Female Athlete of the Year. The six-time All-American was the 2001 Midwest Region Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field Athlete of the Year. Juno won six WIAC titles while setting a conference record in the outdoor 800-meter run. In cross country, the two-time All-American (16th place in 2000 and 24th in 1999) led the Pointers to a ninth-place team finish in 2000. Juno was the WIAC individual champion as a senior and finished fifth as a junior. She was a two-time Verizon Academic All-American and was named the 2000 WIAC Judy Kruckman Scholar-Athlete Award winner in cross country. In 2001, Juno was the recipient of the NCAA Top VIII Award, the most prestigious student-athlete honor bestowed annually by the NCAA. In 2012, she was named to the WIAC All-Time Women's Track & Field Team in conjunction with the WIAC Centennial Celebration. All-Time Teams Honored The WIAC was formed as the Inter-Normal Athletic Conference of Wisconsin was formed in July, 1913, and a constitution and by-laws were adopted on December 20, 1913. Charter schools included La Crosse, Milwaukee, Oshkosh, Platteville, River Falls, Stevens Point, Superior and Whitewater. Stout Institute joined the confernce in 1914 and Eau Claire joined in 1917. Milwaukee withdrew from the conference in 1964, the same year the league was reorganized as the Wisconsin State University Conference. The Wisconsin Women's Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WWIAC) was established in 1971 and is comprised of Carthage College, Eau Claire, La Crosse, UW-Madison, Oshkosh, UW-Parkside, Platteville, River Falls, Stevens Point, Stout, Superior and Whitewater. Milwaukee, Carroll College, UW-Green Bay and Marquette University were also conference members during the 1970s. The WWIAC and the WSUC merged to become the WIAC in 1997. During the centennial celebration, the all-time teams were honored. Those in attendance were introduced and the entire teams were scrolled across a screen in front of the more than 1400 people in attendance. Listed are all Stevens Point student-athletes selected to the teams. The entire list of teams can be found at the WIAC website.