Former UCLA guard Tyus Edney, best known for his 4.8-second dash against Missouri in the 1995 NCAA Tournament, will be the school’s latest inductee into the Pac-12 Basketball Hall of Honor.
He will officially join those ranks on March 14, during a ceremony before the Pac-12 Tournament semifinals at MGM Grand Arena.
The Bruins’ current director of operations was an all-conference selection in each of his last three seasons, and helped the team to its 1995 championship as a senior. He has the second-most all-time assists (652) in UCLA history and the third-most all-time free throws made (450). He also holds the single-game conference record with 11 steals.
The rest of the 2013-14 class consists of Luke Walton (Arizona), Verl Heap (Arizona State), David Butler (California), Ken Charlton (Colorado), Frederick Jones (Oregon), Lee Harman (Oregon State), Mark Madsen (Stanford), Wayne Carlander (USC), Billy McGill (Utah), Brandon Roy (Washington) and Ed Gayda (Washington State). Each school selects one name per year.
UCLA’s prior inductees are, in order of most recent inclusion: Lucius Allen, Ed O’Bannon, Don MacLean, Reggie Miller, Michael Warren, Marques Johnson, Jamaal Wilkes, Don Barksdale, Gail Goodrich, Walt Hazzard, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, John Wooden.