North (née Kristi Miller) holds the school records for wins in singles (152) and doubles (110) and led Tech to its first (and only) NCAA team championship, in 2007. She helped lead Tech to three ACC championships, was a six-time All-American, the 2008 ACC player of the year and earned the Honda Award for her sport in 2006. She also graduated with a 4.0 GPA.
Song played on four teams that reached the NCAA championship and two that were national runners-up. Song was a two-time All-ACC player and a second-team All-American as a senior in 2005. He had 11 top-10 finishes in 49 career starts and was named to the ACC academic honor roll all four years at Tech.
Thompson has served 50 years at Tech, most of it spent leading fundraising efforts for the construction or renovation of every athletics facility on campus. His work has also secured gifts for scholarships for thousands of Tech athletes. He was honored with an lifetime achievement award by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics in 2011. Before his position in fundraising, he served as director of football recruiting, and helped recruit the first African-American athletes to Tech, including quarterback Eddie McAshan. He is now serving in a new role as special assistant to athletic director Todd Stansbury.
The seven Tech greats will be inducted Sept. 21 at the College Football Hall of Fame and then honored the following day at the Tech-Clemson game at Bobby Dodd Stadium.