Inductees One of many Manual standouts to play for Bradley, Curtis played two seasons for the Braves after transferring from Drake. In those two years, Curtis produced 1,248 points to rank 19th on the all-time scoring list. His 24.5 ppg average was the highest per game average in university history at the time.
A two time All-Missouri Valley Conference selection, Stuckey also led the Braves in free throw shooting both seasons. In 1991 he won the Karl Watson Memorial Award for the highest point average among senior players.
At Manual, Stuckey was a key performer on the 1985-1986 team that finished 3rd at State with a 31-2 mark. The following season he teamed with David Booth to lead the Rams to a 31-0 mark before falling to Quincy in the State quarterfinals.
One of many Manual standouts to play for Bradley, Curtis played two seasons for the Braves after transferring from Drake. In those two years, Curtis produced 1,248 points to rank 19th on the all-time scoring list. His 24.5 ppg average was the highest per game average in university history at the time.
Ulrich has coached in the Junior Football League and youth baseball for 32 years, while also serving as president of numerous youth leagues and director of the Peoria Diocesan basketball tournament. He began volunteering as coach for the Richwoods Browns JFL team in 1971 and served in a coaching or administrative capacity for the Richwoods JFL program from 1971-89. In addition, he served as a coach and president of the Richwoods League League, as well as Pony League, from 1975-85. During that same period, he coached the Bergan All-Star Pony League from 1981-84. In his role as St. Thomas Grade School athletic director for 32 years, Ulrich directed the 11 boys (six) and girls (five) basketball teams for 27 years, scheduling tournaments, ordering uniforms and hiring officials among his many duties. He also served as director of the Peoria Diocesan Tournament for 14 years. Ulrich coached basketball at Peoria Heights Grade School from 2006-11 and he volunteered as manager of a fastpitch team in the Peoria Park District Softball League for 23 years, while also playing on the team for several seasons. He currently is completing his two-year stint as the St. Philomena School 5th Grade boys basketball team and is preparing for his second year of coaching in the Irish youth baseball program.