Three to join the Hall of Fame at Homecoming

CEDARVILLE, Ohio – Former All-American Yellow Jacket Kelsey (Jones) Carter, Kari (Flunker) Hoffman and Jason Scott will be inducted into the Cedarville University Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday.

They will be recognized at the alumni honorary luncheon at the Stevens Student Center. Viewers can LOOK the rewards program starting at 12:30 p.m. EDT.

KELSEY (JONES) CARTER – Women’s Volleyball

Carter was the driving force behind the success of Lady Jacket volleyball during his 2002-2005 career and remains the program’s all-time leader in assists with 6,662.

The Cedarville High School proceeds guided CU to a 148-47 record, the 2005 NCCAA Championship, two NAIA Region IX titles and two American Mideast Conference trophies.

Carter was named NCCAA National Player of the Year in 2004, NCCAA National Tournament MVP in 2005, NAIA Region IX Player of the Year in 2005, Player of the Year for ‘AMC in 2005 and was selected to the NAIA All-America Second Team in 2005.

Kelsey and her husband, JP, reside in Summerville, SC with their two daughters.

She works at the Allegro Charter School of Music and teaches physical and health education from grades 6 to 12. In addition, she is a volunteer assistant coach of varsity volleyball at the Northwood Academy.

  • 2005 NAIA National All-Star Team
  • Twice NAIA Region IX team
  • Three times NCCAA All-American
  • Twice NCCAA National All-Star Team
  • Three-time NCCAA Midwest Region team
  • All-AMC three times
  • 2005 NCCAA Midwest Region Champions
  • 2004, 2005 National NAIA Tournament
  • 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 NCCAA National Tournament

KARI (FLUNKER) HOFFMAN – Women’s Basketball

Kari Flunker HoffmanHoffman was a key figure during his basketball career from 2001 to 2005, elevating Lady Jacket basketball to a perennial power in the NAIA Division II.

During that span, Cedarville set an incredible 124-18 record while winning three AMC Championships and winning a pair of NAIA Division II National Finalists.

Hoffman, a native of Florence, Wisconsin, is the program’s second all-time scorer (2,275) and is the all-time leader in three runs scored (338), three-point percentage (0.458) and assists (644).

She was a three-time member of the NAIA Division II All-American team and was named twice to the NAIA National Tournament Team.

Hoffman was named NCCAA National Player of the Year in 2005, was a two-time NCCAA Midwestern Player of the Year and two-time AMC Player of the Year.

She was the head coach of the CU women’s basketball program from 2016-21, accumulating a 106-38 record, two G-MAC regular season titles and a trip to the NCAA Division II tournament. She was twice G-MAC Coach of the Year.

Kari and her husband, Jimmy, reside in Springfield, Ohio with their three children. She is currently the head coach of women’s basketball at Wright State University.

  • Two-time NCCAA America’s First All-Star Team
  • Four times NCCAA Midwest Region First Team
  • Three-time All-AMC first team
  • 2003, 2004, 2005 National NAIA Division II Tournament
  • Member of the 2005 volleyball team that won the NCCAA title and qualified for the NAIA National Championships

JASON SCOTT (Men’s Athletics)

Jason scottJason Scott became the most decorated pole vaulter in Cedarville track and field history after his career from 2004 to 2007.

A resident of Clayton, Ohio, he was a three-time National Champion of the NAIA, winning the outdoor title in 2004 and indoor crowns in 2006 and 2007.

Scott has been NAIA Indoor All-American four times and Outdoor All-American twice.

He led the Yellow Jackets to the 2006 and 2007 NCCAA Indoor Championships. He was the 2006 NCCAA National Top Outdoor Artist in the competition.

Jason and his wife, Bethany, reside in Black Mountain, North Carolina, with their two sons. He is currently an assistant cross-country / track and field coach at the Collège de Montreat.

  • Five times NCCAA Indoor All-American
  • Seven-time All-American away from the NCCAA
  • Owns four of the ten best indoor pole vault marks in school history, including the CU record
  • Owns four of the top ten outdoor pole vault brands in school history
  • Qualified three-time United States athletics champion (pole vault)

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