Three former student-athletes have been selected for induction into the College of Charleston Athletics Hall of Fame.
The 2014 Induction Class includes former men's basketball star Sedric Webber (1995-99), former College Sailor of the Year Tyler W. Moore (1991-95) and former four-time All-TAAC women's tennis standout Siri Mittet (1993-97).
SEDRIC WEBBER (1995-99)
(Class of '99)
Named Southern Conference Player of the Year by the coaches and the media in 1999, Webber also garnered All-SoCon First Team honors by the coaches and media in 1999. During his four-year career, he scored 1,267 points and 694 rebounds. He currently ranks 19th all-time in career scoring and sixth all-time in CofC's Division I history in career rebounding. As a junior, Webber was tabbed 1998 TAAC Co-Player of the Year after averaging 15.1 points and 7.9 rebounds per game. He also garnered TAAC Tournament MVP honors in 1998. As a senior, Webber led the Cougars to their third consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance (1997, 1998 and 1999), while averaging a team-leading 13.8 points, 7.2 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game. The team's four-year record was 106-16 during Webber's career. He is one of only two Division I men's basketball players all-time to have won conference player of the year in two different Division I conferences in back-to-back seasons. After graduating in 1999 with a bachelor's degree in business administration, Webber played for the North Charleston Lowgators and Columbus Riverdragons and was a two-time All-NBA Development League Team selection. His No. 23 jersey is honored in the rafters of TD Arena.
TYLER W. MOORE (1991-95)
(Class of ‘95)
A three-time All-American (1993, 1994 and 1995) and honorable mention All-American in 1991, Moore led the College of Charleston to a second-place finish in the Leonard M. Fowle Trophy competition for three-straight years from 1993-95, which is awarded annually to the best overall collegiate team in the nation. In 1994, he was the third-ever recipient of the Everett B. Morris Trophy given to the College Sailor of the Year in program history – placing first or second in all major intersectional races. Moore began sailing at the age of 6 and was a member of the High School Team Racing National and World Champion Teams at Tabor Academy (Mass.). Since his time at The College, he has won the 505 East Coast Championships six times and the 505 North American Championships four times. Moore graduated in 1995 with a bachelor's degree in history and was featured on the cover of Sailing World magazine in 2012.
SIRI MITTET (1993-97)
(Class of ‘97)
Originally from Oslo, Norway, Mittet (pronounced MUH-tett) became the first College of Charleston tennis player to be selected All-Trans America Athletic Conference (TAAC) all four years. She was one of only two players in the TAAC era to be named all-conference four times and one of eight players all-time in league history to do so (now Atlantic Sun Conference). Mittet played at No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles all four years for the Cougars and led College of Charleston to its first-ever conference title in any women's sport in its NCAA Division I history as the squad won the TAAC championship title in 1996. During her four-year career, the Cougars compiled a 74-28 overall record (.725). She and doubles partner, Mary Avent, were also ranked as high as No. 19 in the nation in doubles. Mittet graduated in 1997 with bachelor's degrees in German and sociology. She is a former Norwegian women's singles champion and represented Norway in Federation Cup play. Mittet was ranked as high as No. 704 in the world in singles in 1991 and No. 767 in doubles in 1992 in the WTA rankings. She is only the fourth women's tennis player in school history to be inducted into the CofC Athletics Hall of Fame.