Rider Hall of Fame BIO
  •  Sport: Basketball
  •  Date Inducted: February 1999

Darrick Suber helped establish the Rider basketball program as a success, leading Rider to the championship games of the East Coast Conference in 1991 and the Northeast Conference in 1993. In both tournaments, he was named the MVP, but in the second, he made "The Shot," an end to end drive and game-winning basket at the buzzer on ESPN that sent the sold out Alumni Gym crowd into a frenzy and sent Rider to its first NCAA Championship field of 64. Suber was the first 2,000 point scorer in the history of Rider basketball, and the only player ever to have his uniform number retired. The Rider athlete of the year as a junior, Suber set both the single season and career scoring marks at Rider, and was named to the all-tournament team in every tournament he played in at Rider.