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Darlene Anaya

Darlene Anaya Class 1993 Darlene Anaya proposed by the Hall of Fame committee, Darlene Anaya wrote:At the age of 6, my father and sensei, Tony Anaya, introduced me to the art of Judo. He began teaching me basic moves on our living room carpet and by the age of 9, my...

Allen James Coage

Allan Coage Class of 1993 Allan Coage Allen James Coage (October 22, 1943 – March 6, 2007) was an American professional wrestler with the WWF, Stampede Wrestling and other promotions, better known by his ring names Bad News Allen and Bad News Brown. He won a bronze...

Donn Draeger

Donn Draeger Class of 1994 Donn Draeger Draeger reportedly began his involvement in the martial arts while living in the Chicago area, at around the age of 7 or 8. His first training was in jujutsu, but he soon changed to judo and by age 10, he reportedly achieved the...

Don Moon Kikuchi

Don Moon Kikuchi Class of 1993 Don Moon Kikuchi Don “Moon” Kikuchi was the head instructor of the San Jose Buddhist Judo Club for 40 years, a position he assumed in 1952, five years after the club’s inception when founder Yoshihiro Uchida, now Head Coach at SJSU, left...

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

Ben Nighthorse Campbell Class of 1993 Ben Nighthorse Campbell Ben Nighthorse Campbell (born April 13, 1933) is an American politician. He was a U.S. Senator from Colorado from 1993 until 2005. Campbell was a three-term U.S. Representative from 1987 to 1993, when he...

AnnMaria De Mars

AnnMaria De Mars Class of 1993 AnnMaria De Mars AnnMaria De Mars (born August 15, 1958), formerly known as Ann-Maria Burns is an English American judoka. She was the first American to win at the World Judo Championships, winning the 1984 tournament in the -56 kg...