|Team:||Coach - Hockey; Inducted 2007|
Terry Skrypek graduated from the University of St. Thomas with an MA in 1991. In 23 years as a St. Thomas coach, Skrypek never had a losing season. He built a 419-197-46 record, coaching 22 All-Americans and one National Player of the Year. In the MIAC, he won 13 regular-season and 9 playoff titles and never placed lower than third. He helped St. Thomas become the first current Division III hockey program to reach 1,000 wins. He was the National Coach of the Year in 2005. Skrypek also won the Minnesota State championship in his 17-year era as Hill-Murray's head coach.