The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown announced the fourth class to be inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame last week.
This year's class will be inducted on April 16 at the Pitt-Johnstown Living/Learning Center.
Pitt-Johnstown will also recognize Dr. Clark Strausser with a Meritorious Service award and the 1976-80 women's basketball team, the first NCAA level women's basketball team in Pitt-Johnstown history.
Speakers at the induction will include Pitt-Johnstown president Jem Spectar, athletic director and National Hall of Fame wrestling coach Pat Pecora, as well as student-athlete and Student-Athlete Advisory Committee president Andrea Dalton.
Tribune-Democrat sports writer Mike Mastovich will serve as the event's Master of Ceremonies.
The inductees are:
Bulas played for the men's basketball team from 1954-1956
The Johnstown Catholic High School graduate averaged over 22 points per game from 1954-56 on his way to becoming the first men's basketball player in school history to score 1,000 points, all without the aid of the three-point line.
Bulas, along with fellow Pitt-Johnstown Hall of Famers Dr. Robert Hartnett and Carl Sax, led the team to the school's first regular season Junior College Championship in 1956.
Bulas left Pitt-Johnsown -- then just a two-year school -- for Indiana University of Pennsylvania the next year, where he helped lead IUP to a 25-3 record and a berth in the 1958 NAIA National Tournament in Kansas City.
The following year, took over the reigns of the Pitt-Johnstown basketball program. In three seasons, he posted a 52-23 record and led his team to a championship and a runner-up finish in the Pennsylvania State Junior College Tournament, as well as the school's first 20-win season. His 69.3% winning percentage is still a school-record.
Elzer, who played for the basketball team from 1973-77, helped turn around a struggling program on his way to becoming the school's first 1,000-point scorer since it became a four-year institution. Elzer also still holds the Pitt-Johnstown record for career rebounds with 945.
In his senior season, Pitt-Johnstown set the school record for wins and advanced to the school's first-ever post-season tournament berth.
His efforts earned him All-American honors in 1977 and All-Section honors for the third consecutive year.
After graduating, Elzer continued his basketball career for one more season in Chile, including a stint with the Chilean National Team.
Parker was a standout with the Pitt-Johnstown cross country and track programs from 1978 to 1982, becoming one of most highly-decorated athletes in the school's history.