Ken Theroff was a four-year member of the Westminster basketball and baseball teams.
Theroff was a member of the men’s basketball team during one of the most successful periods in Westminster basketball history. He was part of the 1985-86 basketball team that broke a 26-year drought without a postseason appearance. The team won the Ozark Collegiate Conference (OCC) that year and entered the NAIA District 16 Playoffs.
During his four years in the Westminster basketball program, Theroff helped his team to a 72-39 record. He holds all assist records at Westminster. He holds the career assist record, with the next best over 270 assists less than his record. He reset the season assist record three times and finally set the record in the 1987-88 season. He also holds the game-day assist record.
Theroff was a three-time NAIA All-America Scholar-Athlete, a three-time Ozark Collegiate Conference (OCC) All-Conference selection, and a member of the Independent College Athletic Association (ICAA) All-Conference First Team his senior year. He was also a three-time OCC Academic All-Conference selection.
In baseball, Theroff was a two-time NAIA All-District 16 First Team selection. He was a member of the 1987 and 1988 teams that made it to the NAIA District 16 Playoffs. The 1987 team set the school record for wins, but the record was replaced just two years later.