The Greater Lansing Sports Hall of Fame announced Sunday its latest class of inductees, which includes seven individuals and two teams.
The inductees slated to get inducted in July are Grand Ledge coach Jim Brandt, bodybuilder Roget Callard, track and field standouts Roland Carter and Josephine Mask, golfer Dan Olsen, late wrestling coach Rocky Shaft and softball standout Rachel Turney Justice.
The 2000 Lansing Community College softball team and 2000 and 2001 Everett girls basketball teams also will be inducted. Everett won back-to-back Class A state titles under the direction of Johnny Jones.
Brandt was a longtime cross country and track coach at Grand Ledge who helped start the Greater Lansing Cross Country Championships.
Callard earned recognition in bodybuilding where he captured several titles, which included Mr. America and Mr. International.
Carter was an All-American pole vaulter at Michigan State and own the school record at 16 feet, 3 inches.
Mask was a track standout at Sexton who on state titles in the shot put and discus as a senior in 1978.
Olsen was a standout golfer at East Lansing who went on to golf at Indiana before moving on to the PGA Tour.
Shaft was a longtime wrestling coach who collected more than 600 wins and guided the Rams to three state championships.
Turney Justice was a softball standout at Everett before going on to have success at both Lansing Community College and Michigan State. She was an All-American while at LCC.
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This article originally appeared on Lansing State Journal: See who is headed into the Greater Lansing Sports Hall of Fame