Washburn Athletic Hall of Fame adds three

Trey Lewis, Carla Sintra-Freeman, Brooke (Ubelaker) Terick to be enshrined

Former Washburn All-American defensive lineman Trey Lewis will be inducted into the WU Hall of Fame, along with women’s basketball players Carla Sintra-Freeman and Brooke (Ubelaker) Terick (File photo/The Capital-Journal).

A former NFL player and two members of the 2005 NCAA Division II women’s basketball national championship team comprise Washburn’s 2017 Athletic Hall of Fame class.

 

All three inductees — Trey Lewis, Brooke (Ubelaker) Terick and Carla Sintra-Freeman — were All-American performers who played during the same era for the Ichabods. The trio will be enshrined Oct. 7 in a breakfast ceremony in the Washburn Room inside WU’s Memorial Union.

Lewis, a defensive lineman for Washburn from 2003-06, was the first Ichabod since 1963 to be named to the Associated Press Little All-American first team and also earned All-America honors from the American Football Coaches Association, the Football Gazette and D2football.com. The Washburn Rural product finished his WU career with 156 total tackles, including 68 solo stops, 23 tackles for loss and 10 sacks.

Lewis was selected in the sixth round of the 2007 NFL draft by the Atlanta Falcons. He played in 31 games for Atlanta from 2007-11.

Sintra-Freeman and Terick were starters on the 2004-05 team that went 35-2 and claimed Washburn’s first Division II national championship. The team was inducted into WU’s Hall of Fame in 2015.

Sintra-Freeman was a senior on that squad, averaging 13.5 points and 8.6 rebounds, earning All-America honors from the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. She was the MIAA’s most valuable player and the most outstanding player during the Elite Eight in Hot Springs, Ark.

The center from Goiania, Brazil averaged 14.0 points and 7.8 rebounds during the 2005 NCAA Tournament and recorded double-doubles in the national quarterfinals and semifinals.

Terick, a sophomore on the national championship team, was a three-time first-team All-MIAA pick and was part of three MIAA regular-season championship squads and three MIAA tournament championship teams.

The forward from Osborne was a first-team All-American by Division II Bulletin after her junior season and also earned All-America honors from Daktronics and the WBCA during her career. She ranks third in career scoring at Washburn with 1,848 points and her 236 3-pointers is the most in school history. Terick went 122-12 with the Ichabods and holds the MIAA record for career starts with 134.

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