USC HALL OF FAME
Inducted into the USC Hall of Fame in 1994
The Hall of Famers were selected by a 100-member panel consisting of media, previous Hall of Famers, USC Athletics Board of Counselors and Trojan head coaches and athletic department senior staff. To be eligible for election, athletes generally must have completed their last season of eligibility at USC 10 years ago.
A 1972 All-American outfielder for USC, Fred Lynn was a member of three College World Series championship teams (1971-73). He earned College Baseball Coaches Association All-American honors in 1972 and The Sporting News All-American honors in both 1972 and 1973. He finished his Trojan career with a .320 batting average, 28 home runs and 111 RBI. Honored as an All-Star nine times during his 17-year major league career, Lynn played for the Red Sox, Angels, Orioles, Tigers and Padres. He was the only player in baseball history to be Rookie of the Year and MVP in the same season. An outstanding defensive player, he also won four Golden Glove Awards. Read the entire list of inductees from 1994. usc-halloffame-inductees