Dal Eisenbraun, a three-sport starter for SDSU in the mid-1950s, became the 22nd member of the Jackrabbit Sports Hall of Fame on Oct. 11, 1986. Eisenbraun, from Delmont, started in football, basketball and baseball. He was a three-year starter at guard in basketball, scoring 694 points including an 11.2 average as a senior.
In baseball, he was starting centerfielder for three seasons. His best season came in 1955 when his .250 batting average included six home runs with a team-leading 13 runs batted in.
Eisenbraun lettered twice in football and enjoyed one of the great seasons in Jackrabbit gridiron history as a senior. A halfback, he rewrote the Jackrabbit pass receiving records, leading the NCC in that department in 1956. He set many records including the longest scoring pass play in SDSU history when he was on the receiving end of an 80-yard play from Nig Johnson against Iowa Teachers. Eisenbraun caught seven passes for 171 yards in that game, both school records. The yardage record stood until 1985. For the season, Eisenbraun had 24 receptions for 432 yards, both SDSU single-season records at the time. He rushed 48 times for another 239 yards, averaging 5.0 yards per carry.