Last week, The Star reported the other three inductees would be basketball player Ron Money, women’s basketball player Lisa Baswell Bates and football player Walter Broughton.
The school’s formal announcement Wednesday confirmed all four inductees.
In 1984, Hanssler helped the Gamecocks win the first of their back-to-back NCAA national championships when she finished fourth in the all-around competition. The next year, she was a student-assistant for Hall of Fame coach Robert Dillard and helped the Gamecocks repeat as national champs.
She also was an All-American as a sophomore and a junior.
Baswell was a 1,000-point scorer and two-time conference Player of the Year. Money is one of only four players in JSU history with more than 1,000 career points and 1,000 career rebounds. Broughton set the JSU single-season touchdown record.
The class will be formally inducted on Sept. 16.