Inductees "Jimmy" Robertson was a three sport athlete at Peoria High School - a football quarterback, an infielder in baseball, and a guard in basketball.
Later, he played all three sports for Bradley, basketball for one season. When he signed his first professional contract with the New York Yankees to play for Grand Forks, N.D., in the Northern League in 1949, he was a catcher.
Prior to signing his professional contract, Jim played for some time in the Sunday Morning League on the same team with his brother, "Corky" Robertson.
Later, in 1953, he was part of a 14-player deal with Philadelphia, and played in 63 games with the old A's in 1954. The next season the A's had moved to Kansas City and Robertson played briefly before leaving the big leagues.
He appeared in a total of 69 games
"Jimmy" Robertson was a three sport athlete at Peoria High School - a football quarterback, an infielder in baseball, and a guard in basketball.
|2012 Tri-County Female Coach of the Year|
Women's basketball coach Taren Martin led Eureka College to a 21-5 record in the 2011-2012 season for only the fourth 20-win season in program history. For that, she was named the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference coach of the year. Eureka's 21-5 record last season represented a 12-win improve ment over the 2010-11 campaign and the squad's 13 SLIAC wins were the most conference victories for the program since Eureka College began conference-affiliated competition at the Division III level in 1996-97.