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Move over, brother: Ronde to join Tiki Barber in Hall
Move over, brother: Ronde to join Tiki Barber in Hall

Former University of Virginia and Tampa Bay Buccaneers standout Ronde Barber headlines the inductees in Portsmouth today and Saturday for the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame Weekend.

Barber, a three-time All-Pro cornerback who is the only player in NFL history with at least 40 interceptions and 20 sacks, will join his twin brother Tiki, a 2011 inductee, in the hall. The Barbers are the first brothers to be inducted.

Also in the 2014 class:

-- Wilson High and University of North Carolina graduate LaTasha Colander-Clark, a 2000 Olympic gold medalist in the 1,600-meter relay and two-time U.S. champion in the 400.

-- Former Old Dominion and WNBA star Ticha Penicheiro, who led the Lady Monarchs to the national championship game in 1997 and played 15 seasons in the WNBA.

-- Sean Casey, who won the NCAA batting title at the University of Richmond in 1995 and was selected to three all-star teams in a 12-year major league career.

-- Norfolk State athletic director Marty Miller, who won 718 games in 32 years as baseball coach before assuming his current role in 2005.

-- Former Emory & Henry football coach Lou Wacker, who had 17 consecutive winning seasons and won 164 games in 23 years with the Wasps.

-- Newport News Daily Press sports columnist David Teel, whose work has been honored nationally more than 50 times in a 30-year career.

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