Former Oregon women's basketball star Bev Smith and Oregon State Olympian Dick Fosbury will be inducted into the Pac-12 Hall of Honor during the Pac-12 men’s basketball tournament on March 15,in Las Vegas.

Smith and Fosbury are among the 18th class of honorees into the Hall of Honor which previously featured only basketball players until it expanded to all sports last year.

Smith played at Oregon from 1978-82 while helping the Ducks to a 93-19 record during that time. She set school records with 2,063 points, 1,362 rebounds, 443 assists and 349 steals.

She went on to play for the Canadian national team before coaching the Ducks for eight seasons.

Fosbury competed in track and field at OSU from 1965-69 and earned a gold medal in the high jump at the 1968 Olympics. He was also an NCAA champion who revolutionized the sport by creating the “Fosbury Flop” to get over the bar.

Other inductees include former Arizona State football coach Frank Kush, Washington State baseball star John Olerud, NFL safety Ronnie Lott of USC and legendary UCLA women's basketball player Ann Meyers Drysdale.