Vaughn Wedeking
Vaughn Wedeking was a three-year starter for the JU basketball team from 1968-71. Among his many accolades, he earned Little All-America honors as a junior in 1970 when he helped lead the Dolphins to the NCAA Championship game. Wedeking recorded a career-high 137 assists that year, which was third on the all time list at that time.

Also upon his departure from Dolphin Athletics, Wedeking was second on the JU career assists list with 356, an average of 4.7 per game. He also holds the second highest single-season free throw percentage, as he hit .900 (36-40) from the charity stripe in 1968-69, his first season on the varsity.

The Dolphins were 66-13 (.835) in his three seasons and qualified for the NCAA Tournament his final two years. JU also won three in-season tournaments with Wedeking, including the 1969 Evansville Invitational and Sunshine Classic, as well as the 1970 Civitan Classic. Wedeking was the first Dolphin to receive Academic All-America accolades, in 1971, and was also awarded an NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship following his graduation.