Staff report

Football player Zola Davis, basketball player Mike Dunleavy, catcher Landon Powell, soccer players Jennie Ondo Lloyd and Charles Arndt, tennis player Seth Rose and softball player Darlene Lowery were named to the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2014, it was announced Tuesday.

Davis (1995-98), a wide receiver who graduated from Charleston's Burke High School, caught 164 passes at USC for 2,354 yards. He scored 17 touchdowns. Davis caught 14 passes for 206 yards in a game against Vanderbilt. He is fourth in the Gamecock record book in career receptions and yards gained.

Dunleavy (1972-76) as a guard played for legendary coach Frank McGuire. He scored 1,586 points in his career, which ranks sixth all time in school history. Dunleavy went on to a long NBA career as a player and coach.

Powell (2001-2004) was an All-American in 2004 and was twice voted All SEC. He hit 44 home runs (fifth all-time), 61 doubles (second all-time),and drove in 193 runs (fourth all-time). Defensively he holds the school single game, season and career record for putouts.

Lloyd (1995-99) remains the top scorer in USC women's soccer history with 115 points. She earned first team All-SEC honors in 1999 and scored 16 game-winning goals in her career.

Arndt (1985-88) earned first-team All-America honors in 1988 while also being named the National Goalkeeper of the Year. He compiled 13 shutouts in 1988 in helping lead the Gamecocks to their first-ever semifinal appearance in the NCAA tournament.

Rose (1999-2003) was a 2003 All-American in singles. He participated in the NCAA singles championship twice, and he earned All-SEC honors in 2002 and 2003.

Lowery (1983-87) as a pitcher was named first-team All-America in 1983 and second team in 1985. She tossed nine career no-hitters and a perfect game against East Carolina in 1987. Lowery, who passed away in 2005, still holds the record for the lowest earned run average in Gamecock history at 0.38.

The former Gamecock greats will be honored at a reception in The Zone on Sept. 4, and also during halftime of the East Carolina football game on Sept. 6.

Since the USC Athletic Hall of Fame was created in 1967, 153 members have been selected by the University of South Carolina Association of Lettermen.