Inducted in 2015
Dani Peters Tice was the first female athletic trainer in Lewis & Clark history, helping the Pioneers from 1977-80. She was also one of the first female trainers at a United States small college. It was said of Dani that she possessed excellent skills and knowledge in the training field, and through her demeanor and actions commanded and received the respect of the professionals with whom she worked and the student-athletes with whom she provided training services. She provided the highest quality of athletic training and commitment to Lewis & Clark College.
Dani met her husband, Larry, at her first job out of college and they married in 1983 before moving to Molalla, Ore. Their son Paul is married to Rachael and they have a daughter, Melody Grace. Dani is a partner and the accounting manager at a tax and accounting business in Molalla. Her love for sports was passed on to her son who started baseball & soccer at six years old and Dani was his coach in some capacity until he reached high school. Dani’s family loves the beach and was in the process of moving to the Washington Coast during her induction year. Her legacy at Lewis & Clark started with her mother and Dani said her mother would have been so proud that Dani is being honored in the Hall of Fame for doing what she loved: helping people and being involved in sports.
If you know of an individual or team who is eligible and deserves to be a member of the Lewis & Clark College Sports Hall of Fame, please visit the Pioneer Athletics Club page on the www.lcpioneers.com website to submit your nomination!