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Athletic Hall of Fame 2003 - Dunlap
Tamara Dunlap (1984-1986)
Tammy Dunlap had an extraordinary career at Alfred State College as a member of the indoor and outdoor track and field teams.
During her time at Alfred State, Dunlap was named the Alfred State College Female Athlete of the Year in 1985 and 1986. She also earned All-American honors four times, was named to the All-Region team twice for both indoor and outdoor track, and helped the 1986 team win the regional outdoor track and field championship.
She currently still holds Region III records in the 100m hurdles, the 400m hurdles, the 4x400 relay, and the 4x800 relay.
At the NJCAA National Outdoor Championships she finished 5th in the 400 m hurdles, 5th in the 100m hurdles, and 6th in the 4x400 relay. At NJCAA Indoor National Championships she competed in the 50m hurdles in 1985 and 1986. In 1985 she earned honorable mention All-American honors.
Dunlap graduated from Alfred State in 1986 and continued her academic and athletic career at Alfred University. Her athletic accomplishments at Alfred University earned her a place in the AU Athletic Hall of Fame. Dunlap is also a graduate of the Duke University School of Medicine and is currently a physician's assistant in orthopedic surgery. Currently she lives in Putnam, IL, with her husband David and children Cody, Rebekah, and Wyatt.