Pittsburgh -- The 19th class of inductees into the Robert Morris University Athletic Hall of Fame is comprised of four former student-athletes and one coach, each of whom left an indelible mark on their respective programs. They are Sam Dorsett (football; 1999-2003), Jarrett Durham (men's basketball coach; 1984-96), Sheri Horvath (women's basketball; 1994-97), Chris Hultquist (men's soccer; 1992-95) and Perry Johnson (men's basketball; 1967-69).
A native of Hollywood, Fla., Dorsett is the ninth player from the Colonial football team to be enshrined into the RMU Athletic Hall of Fame. The program's all-time leading rusher, Dorsett finished his career with 3,847 yards rushing on 724 carries, an average of 5.3 yards per attempt. He also owns career school records for rushing touchdowns (29), 100-yard rushing games (19) and all-purpose yardage (4,255). A three-time All-Northeast Conference selection (2000, 2001, 2003), Dorsett is in his third season as an assistant coach with the Colonial football program.
A native of Aliquippa, Pa., Durham owns the most victories by a Division I basketball coach in RMU history with 157. He led the Colonials to three Northeast Conference Tournament titles (1989, 1990 and 1992) and subsequent berths in the NCAA Tournament as RMU's head coach after serving as an assistant coach for the program's first two trips in 1982 and 1983. In all, Durham was a part of each of RMU's first five trips to the postseason. He currently serves as the associate athletic director for facilities and operations at alma mater Duquesne.
Horvath posted career totals of 1,408 points, 585 rebounds, 570 field goals and 268 free throws in four seasons, including one at Hofstra before transferring to RMU. She ranks third at RMU in career points, 11th in rebounds, second in field goals and ninth in free throws. In three years with the program, Horvath was a two-time All-Northeast Conference Second Team selection (1995 and 1996) before earning All-NEC First Team honors in 1997. She is a native of Elyria, Ohio.
In the RMU career record book for men's soccer, Hultquist ranks first in games (84), tied for first in assists (21), seventh in points (65) and tied for ninth in goals (22). His season high in assists came in 1995, when he finished with 10. Hultquist, a native of Yardley, Pa., was a member of the 1993 and 1994 squads at RMU that claimed the NEC Tournament championship and appeared in the NCAA Tournament, while he helped lead the 1995 Colonials to the NEC regular-season title.
The 2009 veteran's choice to be inducted into the RMU Athletic Hall of Fame, Johnson played two seasons of basketball for the Colonials back when Robert Morris was a junior college. As a freshman he averaged 25.1 points per game, followed by a points per game average of 28.4 as a sophomore. For those efforts he was named a Junior College All-American and advanced to finish his career at Duquesne. He is a native of Akron, Ohio.