During his four-year career at the University of Arizona, Martin Keino built a resume as one of the most prolific distance runners in NCAA history. The native of Kenya won two NCAA titles, six Pac-10 titles and was a five time All-American. He was twice named Pac-10 Athlete of the Year in Cross-Country in 1991 and 1994, Pac-10 Athlete of the Year in Track and Field in 1993, and NCAA Athlete of the Year for cross country in 1994. His senior season was one to behold. Phenomenally, over both the cross country and track and field seasons, from begginning to end, he never lost a race. He won the 1994 NCAA cross-country Championship, and captured the 1995 Pac-10 Track and Field Championships, at Arizona's own Drachman Stadium, he won three titles, the 1500 meters, 5,000 meters and the 3,000 mete steeplechase, something he also did in 1993. He burst onto the collegiate scene as a greshman during the 1991 cross-country season. He finished fourth at the NCAA Championships after finishing second at the Pac-10 meet. Though he never set a school record, his times still stood in Arizona's Top-5 at the time of his induction.