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Landon Hackim

This Cuyahoga Falls High School player was one of the best to wear a Black Tigers uniform, setting school records for single game scoring (48) and total points (1973). Landon earned All Metro, All District and All Summit County honors for four straight years. He then took his basketball prowess to Miami University in Oxford, Ohio where he became a four-year performer. His freshman year he became an impact player off the bench for the Redhawks, as he became an excellent shooting guard, canning nearly 42 percent of his three pointers. Miami was the MAC champion, receiving an NIT bid. In the ensueing three years, Landon continued his outstanding performance. The 5´11” guard set his career high game (36) against Toledo in ´94. Upon graduation in 1997, Landon was the third leading scorer in Miami history, racking up 1,493, behind Ron Harper and Eric Newsome. He also is the all-time leader in three point goals with 277.

Inducted 2007 | Basketball