Russ Morman (Baseball, 1982-83)
One of the most feared sluggers in Shocker baseball history.
His 47 career home runs were the most by a Shocker in a two-year span.
His .769 career slugging percentage ranks second only to Joe Carter.
Drove in a school- and NCAA-record 1390 runs in 1982 while helping the Shockers to their first College World Series berth.
Clouted 24 home runs as the team's designated hitter that year.
Batted .409 in the College World Series with a tournament-leading 12 RBI.
Named to the All-CWS Team and honored as a second-team All-American.
Named first-team All-American at first base in 1983.
Compiled another tremendous season and was named Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year.
Batted a team-leading .439 with 23 homers and 105 RBI.
His RBI total once again led the NCAA.
His .406 batting average ranks fourth on WSU's all-time listing.
He twice hit three home runs in a game.
A first-round draft choice of the Chicago 000000 Sox in 1983. Inducted, 1993.