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Hall of Fame class: 2005
What she accomplished: From 1986-2007, Duyst guided cross country and track and field athletes to 70 All-American honors, coached four individual national champions, and led the Warriors to a fourth place national track and field team finish in 1994. She was inducted into the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2008.
How she did it: “The fact is that I recruited great kids and athletes with great character who were solid academically. They soon found out that the University was one of best kept secrets in the area.”
What she is up to now: As the University’s Associate Athletics Director/Senior Women's Administrator, Duyst works with student athletes everyday, especially those that are part of the CHAMPS/Life Skills program. She’s also the Chair of the Division II Track and Field Committee.
Will there be a football program at CSU Stanislaus sometime in the next 50 years? “Anything’s a possibility. Fifty years is a long period of time.”