Roger S. Penske/Lehigh Athletics Hall of Fame
The Roger S. Penske/Lehigh Athletics Hall of Fame has been established to recognize those persons who have made substantial and significant contributions to Lehigh University through athletics. The Hall of Fame is located in Taylor Gymnasium and is named in honor of Roger S. Penske ’59.
The purpose of the Hall of Fame is to perpetuate the memory of those persons who have brought distinction, honor, and excellence to Lehigh so that such memories may serve as an inspiration to others.
Inductees for the Hall were determined by a selection committee based on nominations and detailed research on necessary criteria for charter and founding membership.
Any potential candidate may be nominated at any time after five years of receiving his or her bachelor’s degree. In addition, candidates should show evidence of strong character, exemplary values, and excellence beyond athletics. Nominees may include athletes, coaches, trainers, staff members, alumni, or any other persons who have made outstanding contributions to athletics at Lehigh.
To receive a nomination submission questionnaire, please contact Lehigh Athletics, 641 Taylor Street, Bethlehem, PA 18015.
The annual induction ceremony and banquet is sponsored by the Lehigh Athletics Partnership. This year's Hall of Fame induction ceremony is slated for April 28, 2012.
- Alphabetical List
- By Induction Year
Penske/Lehigh Athletics Hall of Fame Members:
Jill Altshuler ’96 (Women’s Lacrosse) – A 2002 inductee, Altshuler is arguably the best women’s lacrosse player in Lehigh history. She was selected to the All-Patriot League team four times, and was twice recognized as an All-American. As a senior, Altshuler led the nation with 97 goals and led the Mountain Hawks to a ranking of No. 14 nationally, and an ECAC Championship.
N. Craig Anderson ’60 (Baseball) - In June of 1961 Norman Craig Anderson, a 2001 inductee, became the first Lehigh player ever to pitch in Major League Baseball. Prior to his professional career, Anderson was an outstanding student-athlete, having struck out 289 batters in 189 innings over four years, including one no-hitter. Following his professional career, Anderson dedicated the next 34 years of his life to serving the needs of Lehigh student-athletes as a coach and administrator. He served as the pitching coach during those 34 years in addition to serving as the Athletics Department Business Manager early in his career. Later, he became the University’s first Director of Athletics Partnership responsible for fundraising and alumni relations.
Sherie Androlewicz ’90 (Basketball) - Inducted in 1999, Androlewicz was one of the best players in Lehigh women’s basketball history, tallying 1,699 career points and 581 assists. Both marks are school records. She was widely known as a "clutch player," seemingly always hitting the important shots. A three-year captain, Androlewicz is one of two women’s basketball players to have had her number retired and also earned ECC honors, including ECC Player of the Year.
Justina M. Barone ’03 (Track & Field) - Inducted in 2009, Barone set 20 school records during her time in the Brown and White and won seven Patriot League Championships, between indoor and outdoor track. Barone won the 2001, 2002 and 2003 Patriot League pentathlon championship, and was named the Patriot League Field Athlete of the Meet on two occasions as well as the Patriot League Track Athlete of the Meet twice. Barone was a seven time ECAC Qualifier and in 2003, became the first woman in Lehigh history to qualify for the USA Track and Field (USATF) Championship where she competed against a large pool of professional athletes en route to earning a 12th place finish in the combined events category.
Nancy Barrett-Kreider ’79 (Field Hockey/Lacrosse/Basketball) - A three-sport letter winner and a two-sport captain, Barrett-Kreider was a top performer in Field Hockey, Lacrosse, and Basketball. Inducted in 1995, She was the winner of the MVP award in field hockey and lacrosse as a senior, as well as being the co-captain for both teams. She was awarded the John Steckbeck Award for Outstanding Freshman Athlete. Barrett-Kreider also earned the Mary O. Hurley Award for sportsmanship and cooperation along with the Alumni Association’s Undergraduate Merit Award during her senior year.
Richard "Rennie" Benn '86 (Football): A two-time All-American wide receiver, Rennie Benn established several career records that still stand today. Benn holds Lehigh career marks in total receptions (237), total receiving yards (3,662), touchdown catches (44), and most receptions in a single game (14). Benn earned his degree in economics from Lehigh in 1986.
*Helen Bond Benson (Administration) – The 1992 inductee was Lehigh’s first director of women’s athletics. While serving in that post, she also served as the head coach for the women’s tennis, field hockey, and swimming & diving teams. Bond coached the 1975 field hockey team to a 10-0 regular season and had a 26-5 record at the helm of the women’s tennis team over her four years as coach. Her tennis teams rattled off 20 straight wins over three years, including perfect seasons in 1975 and 1976.
*William G. Binder ’43 (Men’s Basketball) – The 1994 inductee had his career shortened due to service in World War II, but Binder established himself as one of Lehigh’s all-time greats. An All-American pick by several services prior to his senior season, he set what was then a school record with a scoring average of 16.7 points per game. Upon returning from the war, Binder joined the Harrisburg Senators of the Eastern Pro League as first a player then coach from 1947-49.
*Ben L. Bishop ’34 (Wrestling) – Bishop, inducted in 1992, won the NCAA Championship at 155 lbs. in 1934 and was named the tournament’s Outstanding Wrestler. An alternate on the 1936 Olympic team, he completed his career with a record of 36-4. In 1933-34, Bishop pinned a record eight straight opponents, tied for the best in Lehigh history.
Charles W. "Charlie" Brown ’77 (Basketball) – Inducted in 2009, Brown was Lehigh's all-time leading scorer upon his graduation with 1,311 points scored. A four-year letter winner and 1977 team captain, Brown earned All-Tournament Team honors at the 1976-77 Roanoke Invitational and led the Brown and White in scoring as a freshman, sophomore and senior. Brown was named to the All-East Coast Conference Second Team in 1975 after averaging 14.0 points and 6.5 rebounds and shooting 46-percent from the field. He averaged 13.4 points over the course of his career, eclipsing the 1,000-point plateau on December 6, 1976.
Michael "Mike" Brown ’80 (Wrestling) – Inducted in 2010, Brown was the first four-time All-American in Lehigh wrestling history, and one of only two Lehigh wrestlers to accomplish that feat - doing so from 1977-1980. A four-time EIWA conference champion, Brown ranks third in school annals with 36 career falls. At the time of his graduation, Brown was Lehigh's all-time leader in both victories (95) and bonus wins (67).
Darryl Burley ’83 (Wrestling) - An inductee in 1995, Burley won two individual National Championships for Lehigh. He is also one of only four wrestlers to take home four EIWA titles. A National Champion in 1979 and 1983, Burley also was a two-time Midlands champion and won a silver medal in the 1985 Tblisi Tournament in Russia. For his career, Burley recorded the third most wins in Lehigh history (94), had the third best overall winning percentage (94.5%), and recorded the sixth most dual meet wins in school history.
Shawn M. Steward Butler ’86 (Women’s Basketball) – Steward, inducted in 1992, was the first women's basketball player in Lehigh history to score 1,000 career points and currently ranks second all-time with 1,638 career points. Her 16.2 points per game is the second best mark in the Lehigh record books, as are her 278 career steals. Steward is third at Lehigh with 471 career assists.
Edward Cahn '55 (Basketball) - Cahn became the first player in Lehigh basketball history to score over 1,000 career points. Cahn was an all-state selection in his first season at Lehigh, and still remains in Lehigh's all-time top 20 for career points scored. He eclipsed the old career scoring mark in only his second season. Cahn was inducted to the Penske Hall of Fame in 2003.
Christopher "Chris" Cameron '89 (Lacrosse and Soccer) - A 1989 graduate of Lehigh, Chris Cameron stayed busy year round. While in Bethlehem, he excelled in both lacrosse and soccer. An All-American in lacrosse, Cameron twice led the nation in goals scored. On the soccer field, Cameron was an all-region selection after leading his team in goals scored. Cameron earned his degree in finance.
Michael J. Caruso ’67 (Wrestling) – Inducted in 1992, Caruso is Lehigh’s only three-time National Champion. A member of the National Collegiate Wrestling Hall of Fame, Caruso won his titles at 123 lbs. from 1965-67. He won his last 50 bouts and finished his career with a record of 57-1. His .982 winning percentage is the best in Lehigh history. Caruso never lost an EIWA or NCAA tournament bout.
*William "Bill" Ciaravino '51 (Football) – After finding success on both sides of the ball in high school, Bill Ciaravino quickly established himself as one of Lehigh’s best-ever linebackers on the football field. He directed the Lehigh defense from on the field, and led the 1950 squad to the only undefeated season in school history. An All-American that year, Ciaravino earned his degree in biology in 1951. He was inducted into the Penske Hall of Fame in 2004.
Coach John N. Covert (Cross Country, Track and Field) - Inducted in 2005, long-time cross country and track coach John Covert brought a period of sustained success to Lehigh. In Covert’s 25 year tenure in Bethlehem, his teams captured six conference and six IC4A crowns on the cross country course. His teams went a combined 58-14 against rival Lafayette under his tutelage.
*Alfred T. "Al" Cox ’40 (Baseball, Basketball, Football) – A true multi-sport star, Cox was a four-year letter winner in football, basketball, and baseball at Lehigh. A baseball team captain and basketball forward, Cox truly made his mark on the gridiron, where he was the team’s halfback and quarterback. Cox finished sixth nationally in passing as a senior, and was an All-East and All-Pennsylvania honorable mention. Cox earned his degree in civil engineering in 1940, and went on to work in the U.S. Army. He passed away in 1973, and was inducted into the Penske Hall of Fame in 2006.
Richard F. "Dick" Doyne ’51 (Football) – Doyne, inducted in 1998, was a key member of Lehigh’s only undefeated team in school history, as the Brown & White went 9-0 in 1950. A College Division All-American that season, Doyne rushed for 994 yards and averaged 110.4 yards per game. Also a dangerous receiver and the team’s punter, he played in the East-West Shrine game and was the first running back selected by the Chicago Cardinals in the 1951 NFL Draft.
Stewart Early ’66 (Swimming) –The Epitome of a student-athlete, Early, a Rhodes Scholar recipient and Dean's List member in each of his semesters while earning an Engineering-Math degree, was the captain of the Engineers 1965-66 swimming team. An outstanding freestyler, Early closed out his career with 138 team points, 70th on the all-time Lehigh swimming list. Early was inducted into the Penske Hall of Fame in the inaugural class of 1993.
Edward B. Eichelberger ’56 (Wrestling) – Inducted in 1994, Eichelberger was a two-time NCAA Champion, winning titles in 1955 and 1956 at 147 lbs. and was named the Outstanding wrestler at the 1955 NCAA Championships. He completed his career with a record of 55-3-1, winning 94 percent of his matches. Eichelberger holds the Lehigh record for most consecutive falls with six, and most falls in NCAA Championship competition with eight.
*Johnny Engel ’31 (Wrestling) - A 118 pound wrestling champion in 1930, Engel is one of Lehigh’s top all-time performers. Engel was also Lehigh’s first National Champion in wrestling. Inducted in 1995, he went on to capture a 1931 title and become a member of the 1936 Olympic squad. Engel was inducted into the United States Wrestling Hall of Fame and also spent countless hours working summer wrestling camps with Billy Sheridan.
Carla (Juliani) Falco ’88 (Field Hockey/Lacrosse) - Falco, inducted in 2001, excelled in both field hockey and lacrosse. She was named team captain and most valuable player on both teams, was selected as a three-time Regional All-American in field hockey, a two-time Regional All-American in lacrosse, and was a member of the 1984 and 1986 East Coast Conference Championship Field Hockey teams, as well as the 1985 ECC Lacrosse team. Falco also set a school record for scoring in lacrosse with 167 career goals, which was later broken by All-American Jill Altshuler.
Gregory B. "Greg" Falkenbach ’72 (Basketball) - A member of the Class of 2007, Greg Falkenbach is one of the greatest rebounders to ever don the Brown and White. Thirty-five years after his playing career, Falkenbach still holds the top-two single season and single game records for rebounds. In 1969-70, he pulled down 360 caroms, good for an average of 13.3 per game, while in 1970-71 the Bethlehem native averaged 12.1 rebounds per contest, pulling down a total of 316. His single-game rebounding total of 25 (accomplished twice) still stands as a Lehigh record.
Liz Feeley ’87 (Basketball) – A four-year letter winner in basketball, Feeley scored 1,275 points in her career and pulled down 571 rebounds. Those marks at the time were the second-best in school history. Feeley scored a school-record 37 points against Bucknell in 1986 as well as established a single season record for field goals made (219). She also made every player around her better, handing out 276 career assists, third best at the time. Feeley earned East Coast Conference First Team honors and All-Tournament Team honors in 1985-86. During Feeley’s career Lehigh won 71 games while losing only 31. The Brown and White set back-to-back school records for wins and the 1984-85 team won the school’s first-ever women’s basketball East Coast Conference championship, finishing with a record of 24-4.
Robert "Bob" Fortune ’70 (Men’s Basketball) – Inducted in 2002, Fortune is one of the best big men ever to wear the Brown & White. When he graduated in 1970, his career marks for scoring and rebounding were Lehigh records. Fortune was an ECAC All-Star and the MAC’s most valuable player.
Mike Frick ’78 (Wrestling)- Frick became the third wrestler inducted as part of the call of ’95. Wrestling at both 126 and 134 pounds, Frick established himself as one of Lehigh’s top lightweights. Frick was a three-time All-American and two-time NCCA National Champion. Frick won his titles in 1975 and 1976. Upon graduation, Frick starred internationally as a member of the United States AAU team that went to Cuba and also toured Tblisi, Russia and Poland.
Richard F. Gabriel ’51 (Football) – Gabriel, an inductee in 1994, was captain of the undefeated team in 1950. He holds the Lehigh record for longest run from scrimmage, with a 97-yard scamper against Franklin & Marshall, in his first game nonetheless. His marks for yards per carry in both a season (8.1) and career (6.6) still stand today. He currently sits tied for fourth on the school’s all-time chart with 33 rushing touchdowns.
J. Bruce Gardiner (Coach/Administrator) – Inducted in 2012, Gardner has been a significant contributor to Lehigh Athletics for over 40 years. Gardner came to Lehigh as men’s swimming and diving coach and spent the next 17 years guiding the Engineers in the pool. He was Lehigh’s first aquatic director and developed the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams into contenders in the East Coast Conference. Gardiner then moved into Lehigh University’s Admissions area, where he assumed the responsibility of the admissions for all prospective student-athletes a position he held for 22 years, the last eight of which he served as the University’s Director of Admissions.
Gerard W. "Rod" Gardner ’77 (Football) – A 1998 inductee, Gardner holds the Lehigh records for rushing touchdowns with 42 and total touchdowns with 50. He also set a career rushing record with 3,188 yards that stood for 21 years. Lehigh went 29-15-1 during his career and made a pair of appearances in the Division II National Playoffs.
*Foster Gearhart ’34 (Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, and Soccer) - A four-sport athlete, Gearhart, inducted in 1997, was also a two-sport captain. He led the soccer team in scoring during his senior season and was named Outstanding Lehigh Athlete of the Year. Following his time at Lehigh, Gearhart served in the Army from 1940-45 with General George Patton’s Third Army and was awarded the Bronze Star for Meritorious Service. Prior to joining the military, Gearhart played professional club basketball in Franklin, Pennsylvania.
*Richard M. Gigon ’52 (Men’s Soccer) – The 2000 inductee participated in both soccer and baseball, however it was on the soccer field where Gigon achieved the greatest success. Lehigh’s only two-time All-American in the sport, he scored nearly half of the Brown & White’s goals during his career. A veteran of the Korean War, Gigon lead Lehigh to its first ever MAC Championship.
Murray H. Goodman ’48 (Basketball) – Goodman, an inductee in 1999, was a member of the Lehigh basketball team from 1946-48 and to this day is widely known for his support of Lehigh and Lehigh Athletics. Thanks to a visionary gift in 1983, Goodman Campus was formed and has developed into one of the premier collegiate sports complexes of its size.
*Eugene Gifford Grace 1899 (Baseball/Administrator) - Grace, an impeccable baseball player inducted in 2001, graduated at the top of his class and delivered the Valedictorian speech on "The Future of Electricity." Upon graduation, Grace turned down a professional baseball contract from the Boston Braves that would have paid him $200.00 a month, instead opting for a job as a crane operator that paid him $45.00 a month. In 1916 Grace became the President of Bethlehem Steel Corporation at the age of 37. Grace shared his success with Lehigh, serving as Chairman of the Board of Trustees. As chairman he contributed countless amounts of money and spearheaded the drive to open what is now Grace Hall.
Dr. Joseph M. Gratto ’58 (Wrestling) – The 1998 inductee captained the 1957 and 1958 wrestling squads. Wrestling at 137, Gratto won the national championship in 1957, and compiled a career record of 51-6-1. A three-time EIWA finalist, he was named Outstanding Wrestler at the ’58 competition. Gratto also notched 20 falls in 58 career bouts.
William P. "Bill" Griffin '79 (Basketball) – Lehigh’s all-time leading scorer upon graduation, Griffin was a four-year starting guard on the basketball team. Griffin started every game in his career, and quickly became known as a reliable scorer and excellent distributor. Griffin led his team in assists three times and scoring twice. Griffin won the East Coast Conference Scholar-Athlete award as a senior, and earned his bachelor’s in psychology from Lehigh in 1979. Griffin is an Alumni Trustee on Lehigh's Board of Trustees, and was inducted to the Penske Hall of Fame in 2006.
Ed Hamer ‘59 (Wrestling/Coach) - A 2001 inductee, Ed Hamer captured a National Championship and a pair of EIWA titles. Hamer was not only involved with wrestling, but golf as well. He was also a member of the Lehigh golf team, eventually becoming an amateur over the years. During the 1960’s Hamer served as an assistant wrestling coach, cross-country coach, and head golf coach. He won multiple club championships and in 1994 qualified for the United States Senior Amateur Golf Tournament, however he did not compete due to an injury.
Peter Harding ’70 (Swimming) – A 2003 inductee, Harding shattered a number of records en route to becoming one of the greatest swimmers in Lehigh history. He was undefeated in dual meet competition in both the 100-yard and 200-yard breaststroke. He established new Middle Atlantic Conference records in both events as a senior. For his efforts, Harding was ranked in the top ten worldwide by Swimmers World magazine.
*Carl Hartdegen ’14 (Lacrosse) – A member of the inaugural Roger S. Penske/Lehigh Athletics Hall of Fame class, Hartdegen helped lead the 1914 lacrosse team to a co-national championship (along with Cornell University). A three-year letter-winner, Hartdegen led Lehigh in scoring twice and served as team captain during his senior season. Hartdegen was elected to the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1964.
Paul F. Hartzell ’75 (Baseball) – Hartzell, a 1998 inductee, posted one of the best seasons in Lehigh history for a pitcher, setting school records with 92 innings, 10 complete games and a 1.66 ERA (that mark currently is second in school history) in 1975. After that season, he was selected by the California Angels and finished second in the American League Rookie of the Year voting in 1976. Hartzell was one of only three players to finish in the top 15 in ERA every season from 1976-78, along with Nolan Ryan and Frank Tanana.
John S. Hill ’72 (Football) – Hill, a 1992 inductee, was perhaps the greatest offensive lineman in Lehigh history. The center played in the 1971 East-West Shrine game and Coaches’ All-American game before being drafted by the New York Giants in the NFL draft. Hill played there for three years, then moved to the New Orleans Saints from 1975-84 and played the 1985 season with the San Francisco 49ers. Also a track & field standout, he set a record in the shot put and won the Penn Relays.
William C. Hittinger ’44 (Football/Administrator) - A 1999 inductee, Hittinger was a member of the football squad from 1941-42 and a member of the baseball team in 1942. His interest in Lehigh Athletics grew well beyond the sports of football and baseball. As chairman of the Board of Trustees, Hittinger oversaw the introduction of wrestling scholarships and while serving as Interim President in 1997-98 oversaw the decision to adopt a similar policy for men’s and women’s basketball as part of a strategic effort to preserve the Patriot League and to enhance those programs.
Marty Horn ’86 (Football) – Horn, inducted in 2000, was one of the best quarterbacks in Lehigh history, setting passing marks in pass completions (744), passing yards (9,120), and touchdown passes (62) which stood for 15 years. An honorable mention All-American in ’83 and ’85, he threw for at least three touchdowns seven times in his career to go along with six games of at least 300 yards passing. Horn remains active with Lehigh football, serving as a radio and television commentator for over a decade.
*Robert B. Jackson '35 (Track): Robert B. Jackson made an immediate impact on the track at Lehigh, establishing a new Lehigh record in the 220 yard hurdles as a freshman. Jackson toppled several other records, and he ultimately made the eastern Olympic qualifying trials. Jackson earned his degree in business administration in 1935, and was later elected to the Delaware County (Pa.) Athletes Hall of Fame. He was inducted into Lehigh's Penske Hall of Fame in 2004.
Gailon E. Jacobs ’89 (Women’s Swimming & Diving) – Jacobs, inducted in 1994, set 10 school records during her time in the pool, including her record in the 400 individual medley, which still stands today. She was named Lehigh’s Most Valuable swimmer four times, while winning the ECC’s MVP award three times. Jacobs was named Lehigh’s Freshman Athlete of the Year in 1986 and the top senior athlete in 1989, and also appeared in Sports Ilustrated’s "Faces in the Crowd."
*J. Thomas Keady (Coach) – An inductee in 1998, Keady has the highest winning percentage (.706) of any football coach in Lehigh history and any baseball coach with more than five years in the dugout (.566). His 1915 gridiron team posted an 8-1 record, losing only to a powerhouse Yale squad. Keady also coached Lehigh’s first All-American in football, Pat Pazzetti ’15. On the baseball diamond, his 1917 team beat Holy Cross for the mythical national collegiate championship.
Ronald L. Keenhold ’56 (Diving) – Keenhold, inducted in 2001, is the first and only member of the Lehigh diving fraternity to become a member of the Hall of Fame. He was a two time All-American in both the one and three meter diving events, a swimming and diving coach and instructor for over forty years, and a pioneer in the sport of swimming & diving. Keenhold set several school and Jacobs Pool records with at Lehigh. He was undefeated in varsity dual meets his last three years and boasted a 27-2 overall record in dual meet competition for his career. Keenhold would become the head coach at Dartmouth, winning over 100 time in 18 years.
Kimberly (Freedman) Kellow ’99 (Volleyball) – Elected in the Class of 2011, Kellow is the first women’s volleyball student-athlete to be enshrined in the Hall of Fame. A two-time first team All-Patriot League selection, Kellow starred on Lehigh volleyball’s first-ever NCAA tournament team in 1997. She holds the school record for the most kills in a single season (566) and ranks second in school history in career kills (1229.)
Colin J. Kilrain ’82 (Wrestling) – A member of the Class of 2007, Kilrain is one of only eight four-time champions in the over 100 year history of the EIWA, and he is one of just three wrestlers to win a championship at three different weight classes (167, 177, 190). A two-time captain and three-time third place NCAA finisher, Kilrain won over 90% of his collegiate matches, ranking in Lehigh's all-time top ten.
Steve Kreider ’79 (Football) - Inducted in 1995, Kreider is one of the most decorated alumni of Lehigh football. He was an All-American wide receiver and a key member of the 1977 National Championship football team. During 1977 he snagged 53 passes for 1,181 yards and 12 touchdowns. His career totals include 118 receptions for 2,159 yards and 24 touchdowns. Following his college career, Kreider went on to play in the NFL for eight seasons. He appeared in Super Bowl XVI with the Cincinnati Bengals.
*E. Morton Lamb ’31 (Track & Field) – Lamb, inducted in 1998, ran an unbelievable 9.8 second 100-yard dash on a dirt track in 1931. In the 100-yard and 220-yard dashes, he won an incredible 22 consecutive races over the course of three seasons. His crowning achievement came on April 16, 1931, when defeated 14 of the nation’s best at the Penn Relays.
Lowell Latshaw ’60 (Tennis) – The Lehigh tennis team dominated the MAC conference in the late 1950s in large part due to the play of Latshaw. Latshaw posted an undefeated singles record in his three seasons on the courts for the Brown and White, on his way to MAC titles and a city of Bethlehem crown. Latshaw became the first tennis player ever to win the prestigious Marion Brown Grace trophy, given to Bethlehem’s top athlete. Latshaw earned his degree in electrical engineering in 1960, and his master’s from Lehigh a year later. He was inducted in 2006.
*William B. Leckonby (Coach/Administrator) – Leckonby, inducted in 1992, is Lehigh’s "winningest" football coach with 85 wins from 1946-61. He was the coach of Lehigh’s only undefeated team, going 9-0 in 1950. His 1957 team won the first ever Lambert Cup, given to the best team in the east. After retiring from coaching, Leckonby was Lehigh’s Athletic Director from 1962-84. The initiation of women’s athletics and the development of the Murray H. Goodman Campus were achieved during his tenure.
*Gerald G. Leeman (Coach) – The 1992 inductee never had a losing season in 18 years as Lehigh’s wrestling coach, posting a record of 161-38-4 from 1953-70. Leeman was the coach of Lehigh’s finest team, as the Brown & White went a perfect 12-0-0 in 1961-62. He coached six men to nine NCAA titles and 22 men to 36 EIWA crowns. Leeman was an Olympic Silver Medalist in wrestling at the 1948 Olympics in London.
Mark T. Lieberman ’79 (Wrestling) – Lieberman, inducted in 1994, was a four-time EIWA Champion and a two-time NCAA titleist at 177 lbs. He finished his Lehigh career with an 85-6 record and 43 falls, a school record. He was a US Wrestling Federation National Champion form 1978-80 and was the USWF’s Grand Champion in 1978 as well as its Athlete of the Year. Lieberman also won an International World Cup Gold Medal in 1978.
Michael "Mike" Lieberman '76 (Wrestling) – Wrestler Mike Lieberman won a national championship on the mat at 177 lbs. in 1975. The wrestling standout won 46 of his final 49 bouts at Lehigh, and posted 125 career dual meet victories. A two-time All-American, Mike earned his degree from Lehigh in business administration in 1976, and he joins his brother Mark ’79 in the Penske Athletics Hall of Fame.
Francis C. "Frank" Majczan ’44 (Football, Baseball, Basketball) – Inducted in 1996, Majczan played one year of each football, baseball, and basketball. A halfback on the football team, he played second base for the baseball team, leading the team in home runs and its best record in 10 years. On the basketball court, he set what was then a Lehigh record with 36 points against Franklin & Marshall on the way to another former Lehigh record with a 17.93 scoring average.
*Bob Many ’30 (Men’s Basketball) – Many, a 1996 inductee, shot the first-ever jumpshot in college basketball history. He set a school record for career points that stood for 25 years (632) and for points per game (15.00). He was the leading university level scoring leader for three straight season, as well. In track, he captained the 1930 team, and set a school record in the quarter mile and was the leadoff man on the school record mile relay team at the Penn Relays in 1928.
*Harold Masem ’40 (Wrestling) - Inducted in 1997, Masem became Lehigh’s fifth National Wrestling Champion in 1940 in the 145-pound weight class. He complied a 35-4 career record, with three of the four losses coming in national competition. Masem was the 1940 team captain and also won three EIWA wrestling crowns in three different weight classes.
James P. "Jim" McCormick '80 (Football, Baseball) - Inducted in 2005, Jim McCormick is the only Lehigh football player to earn All-America recognition at two different levels. He became the first Lehigh player to earn All-America honors exclusively for his defensive play. A four year starter at outside linebacker, McCormick led the team in tackles three seasons, including Lehigh’s National Championship season in 1977. McCormick earned his degree in history in 1980.
Kim McQuilken ’74 (Football)-A College Division All-American, McQuilken, an inductee in 1995, is considered the first in a great line of Lehigh quarterbacks. In nine losing seasons prior to taking of over the starting job, Lehigh had won only 18 games. In his three seasons at the helm, the squad won 20 games, including three straight times over Lafayette and a first ever appearance in the NCAA post-season. Following his college career, McQuilken played in the NFL for seven seasons. He spent four seasons with Atlanta, three with Washington, and one season in the USFL’s Washington Federals.
*George "Geza" Molnar ’47 (Men’s Soccer) – Inducted in 1994, Molnar was Lehigh’s first All-American in men’s soccer. His honors also included selection to the 1946 Intercollegiate Soccer Football Association of America’s first team. Molnar also excelled as a shortstop on the baseball diamond.
Robert F. (Bob) Naylor ’57 (Football/Baseball) – A 2011 inductee, Naylor was a two sport standout, earning six varsity letters in football and baseball. On the gridiron, Naylor starred as a running back and return man averaging over six yards per carry, while establishing a school record that still stands with a 94 yard punt return. He was also the baseball team’s starting shortstop and cleanup hitter for three seasons.
Dan Nolan ’58 (Football) – Inducted in 1996, Nolan led Lehigh to a 22-5 record over three seasons as quarterback, including an 8-1 season in 1957 en route to the inaugural Lambert Cup, which recognizes the best team in the east. Over his career, he passed for 2,317 yards and 16 touchdowns, Lehigh records at the time. Before becoming a Roman Catholic priest, Nolan played a brief stint with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
*Robert W. "Bob" Numbers '50 (Football) - A 2005 inductee, Bob Numbers is considered to be one of the greatest two-way players in Lehigh football history. He was the team’s center on offense and a linebacker on defense. A team captain as a senior, Numbers was invited to play in the East-West Shrine Game but was forced to sit out due to injury. Lehigh’s leader in tackles on the gridiron in all three seasons in which he played, Numbers earned his degree in civil engineering in 1950.
*Walter Okeson 1896 (Football) - Okeson participated on the Lehigh football team from 1892-94. Following his graduation in 1896 with a degree in Civil Engineering, he maintained his interest in football. He played for several years as a pro but would return every fall to Lehigh to give an inspired speech just before each Lafayette football game. Okenson served on the NCAA football rules committee for 21 years. In 1939 he became Vice President of Lehigh. Finally, he served as the secretary of the board of trustees and treasurer of the university until his death in 1943.
*Vincent J. "Pat" Pazzetti, Jr. ’15 (Football) – Inducted in 1992, Pazzetti is a member of the National Football Foundation’s National Hall of Fame. Pazzetti was an All-American quarterback on the 1912 team that went 9-2, and also served as the team’s punter and place kicker. Also a member of the baseball team, Pazzetti was a pitcher on the 1911 team that went 55-1.
Kirk P. Pendleton ’63 (Wrestling) – Pendleton, an inductee in 1992, is the owner of the best dual record in Lehigh history, going a perfect 35-0. Overall, the three-time All-American was 64-2, with his only two losses coming in two of his three NCAA finals appearances. Pendleton won the NCAA Championship at 157 in 1963 and his .969 winning percentage ranks second all-time at Lehigh.
Joseph "Joe" Peritore '67 (Wrestling) - Peritore was a two-time EIWA champion at 130 lbs., and a two-time NCAA runner-up. Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2003, Peritore won an amazing 31 of 33 career bouts in dual meets. In his time at Lehigh, the Engineers captured two EIWA titles and finished third and fourth at Nationals. He finished his career with victories in over 91% of his bouts.
Michael Polaha ’88 (Men’s Basketball) – Inducted in 2000, Polaha is the only player in Lehigh history to score over 1,400 points and have more than 400 rebounds and assists. A three-time team captain, he led Lehigh to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances and was a member of the 1987-88 team that set a school record with 21 wins. The 1988 Sporting News All-American, set an ECC record with 42 points against Drexel, and was also the only player to score at least 20 points against Georgetown in the entire 1984-85 season.
Daren Queenan ’88 (Basketball) - The face of modern day Lehigh basketball changed forever when Daren Queenan or "Q" arrived. Inducted in 1997, he led Lehigh to its first ever NCAA Tournament appearances in 1985 and 1988. He is the Lehigh’s all-time leading scorer and is the school record holder in rebounds as well. Queenan also was a four-time ECC First-Team selection, ECC Rookie of the Year, and Street & Smith Magazine preseason All-America selection.
*Phillip Rauch ’33 (Wrestling/Football) - Rauch, inducted in 1999, was a member of the Lehigh wrestling and football squads during his time as an undergraduate. In 1974 Rauch’s generous contribution allowed for the opening of Rauch Field House. This facility primarily serves as an indoor home for Lehigh’s Track & Field team. In 1988 Rauch, in conjunction with Goodman, enabled the university to relocate the College of Business and Economics to a new building located on the site of the old Taylor Stadium.
*Bosey Reiter (Coach/Administrator) – Reiter, inducted in 1996, Reiter dedicated 31 years of his adult life to Lehigh Athletics, as both a football coach and the school’s first athletic director. He was named the physical education director in 1910, a position later changed to athletic director. Reiter is most famous for something he achieved before coming to Lehigh. As the head football coach at Wesleyan University, he was credited with discovering the ‘overhead spiral pass’ after he found that he got more distance and greater accuracy throwing the ball in that manner.
Mike Rieker ’78 (Football) – Rieker, an inductee in 1997, managed 4,696 career-passing yards. More importantly though, is the National Championship that he led his team to during the 1977 season. Rieker threw the longest pass completion in school history (97 yards) and held records for single season yards per attempt, TD pass percentage, and quarterback rating. Rieker earned All-American honors and has worked at various levels of football as a coach.
John "Jack" Rizzo ’72 (Football) – Rizzo became the 22nd member of the Lehigh football family inducted into the Lehigh Athletics Hall of Fame, with his selection in 2002. The punishing fullback holds the mark for most rushing yards in a single game, with 313 in a contest against rival Lafayette. When he graduated, Rizzo also held the mark for single season rushing yards (1,143) and touchdowns in a season (19). Also the top sprinter at Lehigh during his four years, he set school records in both the 60 and 100 yard sprints.
*Judge H. Victor Schwimmer ’26 (Men’s Lacrosse) – Schwimmer, inducted in 1996, was one of the greatest goaltenders ever to suit up at Lehigh. He was an Honorable Mention All-American as both a junior and a senior, and averaged a shutout every third game as a sophomore. In 1954, he became only the second American to serve as umpire on the center court in the history of the All-England Tennis Championships at Wimbledon.
*Howell Scobey ’36 (Wrestling) - Scobey, inducted in 1997, is one of the most prolific heavyweights in Lehigh wrestling history. In 1936 he became only the third Lehigh grappler to win a National Championship. Highlights of this feat were capped off by two pin falls in less than 3:00 minutes. Scobey was a two-time All-American and a member of the United States Wrestling Team. Scobey was not only a great wrestling, but an outstanding football player as well. He started and played three years at offensive tackle and was named captain in 1935.
Thomas B. "Tom" Sculley ’74 (Wrestling) – The first grappler to win a national title under legendary head coach Thad Turner, Sculley is one of just eight Lehigh wrestlers to post an undefeated season in the last forty years. Sculley was a remarkable 26-0-1 in 1974 en route to a championship at 134 pounds. A four-year starter and two-time EIWA conference champion, Sculley earned his bachelor’s in business and economics from Lehigh in 1976. He is the COO of Brute, Inc., and a long-time supporter of Lehigh wrestling. He was inducted in 2006.
*Julius Seligson ’30 (Men’s Tennis) – Inducted in 1992, Seligson was Lehigh’s first individual national champion, capturing honors in 1928. He would win titles the next two years as well, at one point winning 66 straight matches before losing in the1930 NCAA finals. Seligson never lost a regular season match and, as a professional, won three titles at the Metropolitan Clay Court Championship. Seligson passed away in 1967.
*William "Billy" Sheridan (Coach) – Inducted in 1992, Sheridan is a charter member of the National Collegiate Wrestling Hall of Fame and is recognized as a founding father in the sport of wrestling. Sheridan coached the Brown & White for 41 years (1912-52), and is the winningest coach in the program’s history, with a record of 222-86-8. While the coach at Lehigh, he produced three Olympians, five national AAU champions, five NCAA titleists, and 59 EIWA champions. Sheridan passed away in 1960.
John M. Shigo '84 (Football) - A 2005 inductee, John Shigo amassed over 400 career tackles and captured All-ECAC honors three times as a linebacker for Lehigh. After leading the team in tackles for the third straight season in 1983, Shigo was named a Kodak First Team All-American after capturing second team honors the year prior. Shigo earned his degree in economics from Lehigh in 1984, and he was inducted into the Lehigh Valley chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame in 2002.
*Paul Short ’34 (Lifetime) – Short, a 2000 inductee, participated in football, wrestling, baseball, and lacrosse as a Lehigh student. He later joined the Athletics staff at his alma mater, serving from 1938 until his death in 1967, interrupted only by service in World War II. An avid supporter of the Lehigh Track & Field and Cross Country programs, the prestigious Paul Short Run held each October on the Lehigh cross country course bears his name. Paul Short passed away on November 17, 1967 at the age of 57.
Daniel E. Smith, Jr. ’71 (Lacrosse) – A 2012 inductee, Smith was a midfielder on the lacrosse team during a very successful period for the sport. Smith has served on the Board of Trustees at Lehigh University since 2000 and has served as Chair since 2007. In addition to gifts in support of Lehigh’s academic and research mission, Smith has provided leadership and financial support for the Smith Family Chair in Men’s Lacrosse as well as several athletics facility projects. He has also been a valued contributor to the annual Athletics Partnership fund. In business, Smith’s career has been distinguished by leadership positions at a number of high-technology companies in the telecommunications industry.
Dia V. Johnson Smith '96 (Soccer) - Inducted in 2005 and one of the most outstanding soccer players in Lehigh history, Dia Johnson Smith becomes the first women’s soccer player to be inducted into the Penske Hall of Fame. Johnson’s stellar career included an all-out assault on Lehigh’s record books; she left Bethlehem as the program’s all-time leader in goals, assists, and points. Johnson was a three-time All-Patriot League selection, and she earned her degree in social relations in 1996.
Philip M. "Phil" Stambaugh ’00 (Football) – A 2010 inductee, Stambaugh etched his name all over Lehigh's record books, throwing for 10,575 yards and 78 touchdowns. Over three-plus seasons at quarterback, Stambaugh led the Mountain Hawks to 31 victores, an undefeated regular season (1998), two Patriot League titles and playoff appearances, and a playoff road win at Richmond. He became the first freshman to win MVP honors in the Lehigh-Lafayette game.
*John "Steck" Steckbeck (Administrator) – Steckbeck, inducted in 1992, was a coach at Lehigh before becoming the director of intramural sports/assistant director of physical education from 1962-79. Under his guidance, Lehigh implemented one of the most extensive intramural programs in the nation, including the largest wrestling tournament of its kind on one campus in the nation. Also the creator of the ‘turkey trot’ run, the number of intramural activities rose from six to 43. Steckbeck authored "The Fabulous Redmen", a history of Jim Thorpe and the famed American Indian School at Carlisle, Pennsylvania. He passed away in 1979.
Timothy "Tim" Steele '73 (Cross Country/Track & Field) - A 2008 inductee, Tim Steele was regarded as one of the top long distance runners in Lehigh’s storied history. A two time cross country All-American, Steele won a combined 12 MAC Championships, including three in cross country, three in the one-mile, three in the two-mile and three in the three-mile. He was Lehigh’s first-ever All-American distance runner, finishing in the top-15 nationally among U.S. born runners at the 1970 US Track and Field Federation Championship and again at the 1972 AAU National Championship. Steele earned his degree in history from Lehigh in 1973.
William "Billy" Stuart ’66 (Wrestling) – Inducted in 2002, Stuart was part of the "Terrific Trio" of Lehigh wrestlers featured in both Newsweek and Sports Illustrated in 1965, along with Joe Peritore and fellow Hall of Famer Mike Caruso. During that season, Stuart was a perfect 21-0 at 137 lbs and won the national championship. He would earn All-American status the next season as well, placing third at nationals.
Karyn H. Yost Thomson ’85 (Field Hockey/Women’s Lacrosse) – Yost, inducted in 1994, was one of Lehigh’s best in both field hockey and women’s lacrosse. In lacrosse, she was named to the 1982 AIAW All Championship team, a 1983 and 1985 All-American and the ECC’s Most Valuable Player in 1985. Yost was a member of the 1985 US National Women’s Lacrosse team. On the field hockey field, she was named to the ECC first team all four years she competed, and was a 1983 All-American.
Anne E. Tierney ’03 (Basketball) – Inducted in 2010, Tierney became the first player in Patriot League history to earn First Team All-League honors in all four seasons, and was twice named the conference's Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Tierney is Lehigh's all-time leader in both points scored and rebounds. She is also the Patriot League's all-time leading rebounder. Tierney earned P.L. Rookie of the Year honors in the 1999-2000 season, on her way to becoming the fastest player in Lehigh history to score 1,000 career points. Tierney is one of two Lehigh women's basketball players to have her number hanging from the rafters at Stabler Arena.
Thad Turner ’61 (Wrestling/Coach) – The 1996 inductee was Lehigh’s fourth wrestling coach and was named National Coach of the Year after Lehigh placed third at the NCAA Championships in 1979. Fourteen of the 18 teams he coached placed in the top 10 at the NCAA Championships, while coaching six wrestlers to nine NCAA titles. A wrestler by trade, Turner finished his Lehigh career with a record of 49-6-2 and finished second in the nation at 157 lbs. in 1960.
Meredith "Meri" Wall Fitz '94 (Softball) - A four time team MVP, Wall helped turn the softball program into a consistent winner. By her senior season, her 15 victories and 1.99 earned run averaged earned Wall Patriot League Most Valuable Player and Pitcher of the Year honors. Wall established a new single season strikeout record as well. She was inducted in 2003.
*Allen T. Ware ’32 (Football/Basketball/Baseball) - A versatile athlete, Ware was a three-sport letter winner in football, basketball, and baseball. Inducted in 1995, he played quarterback, punter, and fullback for the football team, center on the basketball team, and baseball first baseman. Off the field Ware was the Junior Class President and a member of the Sword and Crescent, Lehigh Union, and Omicron Delta Kappa and Delta Tau Delta fraternities.
Robert B. Weaver ’83 (Wrestling) – Weaver, inducted in 1992, is Lehigh’s only gold medallist, having taken the honor at 105.5 lbs. in the 1984 Olympics. While at Lehigh, he was a two-time EIWA champion at 118 lbs., and an All-American in 1983. Weaver finished his career with an overall record of 57-14-1.
*John C. Whitehead (Coach) - Inducted in 1995, Whitehead served the Lehigh athletic community for 22 years. He served as the head football coach, athletic director, and golf coach during that span. As football coach, Whitehead guided Lehigh to its only National Championship in 1977. He was named National Coach of the Year twice, and was honored as the ABC-TV Chevrolet College Division Coach of the Year. Whitehead managed seven winning seasons as football head coach and was 6-4 all-time against Lafayette.
Llewellyn R. "Pete" Williams '58 (Football) - A 2008 inductee, Pete Williams was a three-year starter at both offensive and defensive tackle. He captained the 1957 squad that went 8-1 and captured Lehigh’s first-ever Lambert Cup trophy and went onto earn All-America, All-East and All-Pennsylvania distinction that same season. Known for his quick feet and great balance, Williams scored 21 points in his career. Williams earned his degree in business administration.
Peter B. "Pete" Yozzo '87 (Wrestling) - A 2005 inductee, Pete Yozzo became the first grappler ever to win 100 career bouts at Lehigh. He was a three-time NCAA All-American and a three-time EIWA champion at 142 lbs. Yozzo captured a national championship at 142 as a senior, and he scored bonus points in three-quarters of his bouts in his final two seasons on the mat. Yozzo earned his degree in finance from Lehigh in 1987.
Frank Zawatski ’73 (Baseball) – A 2011 inductee, Zawatski was one of the top pure hitters in Lehigh baseball history. He batted .354 for his Lehigh career, a total which included two seasons batting over .400. Zawatski led the MAC in extra base hits, and hit seven home runs in the first 14 games of his senior season. He was an NCAA District 2 All-Star and an Academic All-American as a Metalurgy and Materials Science major.
Inductees by Year:
*Ben L. Bishop ’34 (Wrestling, 1930-34)
*Helen S. Bond Benson (Coach/Administrator, 1972-77)
Shawn M. Steward Butler ’86 (Basketball, 1982-86)
Michael J. Caruso ’67 (Wrestling, 1963-67)
*Stewart Early ’66 (Swimming, 1962-66)
*Carl Hartdegen ‘14 (Lacrosse, 1910-14)
John S. Hill ’72 (Football/Track & Field, 1968-72)
*William B. Leckonby (Football Coach/Athletic Director, 1946-84)
Gerald G. Leemen (Wrestling Coach, 1953-70)
*Vincent J. "Pat" Pazzetti, Jr., ‘15 (Football, 1911-14)
Kirk P. Pendleton ’63 (Wrestling, 1959-63)
*Julius Seligson ‘30 (Tennis, 1926-30)
*William "Billy" Sheridan (Wrestling Coach, 1911-52)
*John "Steck" Steckbeck (Coach-Intramurals, 1955-79)
Robert B. Weaver ’83 (Wrestling, 1979-83)
*William G. Binder ’43 (Basketball, 1939-43)
Edward B. Eichelberger ’56 (Wrestling, 1952-56)
Richard F. Gabriel ’51 (Football, 1947-50)
Gailon E. Jacobs ’89 (Swimming, 1985-89)
Mark T. Lieberman ’79 (Wrestling, 1975-79)
*George "Geza" Molnar ’47 (Soccer, 1943-46)
Karyn H. Yost Thomson ’85 (Field Hockey/Lacrosse, 1981-85)
Darryl A. Burley ’83 (Wrestling, 1979-83)
*John A. Engel ’31 (Wrestling, 1928-31)
Michael Frick ’78 (Wrestling, 1972-76)
Nancy Barrett Kreider ’79 (Field Hockey/Basketball/Lacrosse, 1975-79)
Steve Kreider ’79 (Football, 1975-78)
Kim E. McQuilken ’74 (Football, 1970-73)
*Allen T. Ware ‘32 (Football/Basketball/Baseball, 1928-32)
*John C. Whitehead (Football Coach/Athletic Director, 1967-89)
Frank Majczan ’44 (Football/Basketball/Baseball, 1943-44)
*Robert H. Many, Jr., ‘30 (Basketball/Track/Football, 1926-30)
Daniel Nolan ’58 (Football, 1954-57)
*Howard "Bosey" Reiter (Athletic Director/Coach, 1910-41)
*Judge Victor Schwimmer ’26 (Lacrosse, 1922-26)
Braden Thayer "Thad" Turner ’61 (Wrestling/Wrestling Coach, 1957-88)
Sherie Androlewicz ’90 (Basketball, 1986-90)
*Foster Gearhart ‘34 (Basketball/Tennis/Soccer, 1930-34)
*Harold Masem ’40 (Wrestling, 1936-40)
Daren Queenan ’88 (Basketball, 1984-88)
Mike Rieker ’78 (Football, 1974-77)
*Howell Scobey ‘36 (Wrestling/Football, 1932-36)
Richard F. Doyne ’51 (Football, 1947-51)
Gerald W. "Rod" Gardner ’77 (Football, 1973-77)
Dr. Joseph M. Gratto ‘58 (Wrestling, 1954-58)
Paul F. Hartzell ’75 (Baseball, 1971-75)
*J. Thomas Keady (Football Coach, 1912-20; Baseball Coach, 1912-22)
*E. Morton Lamb ’31 (Track, 1927-31)
Murray H. Goodman ’48 (Basketball, 1946-48)
William C. Hittinger ’44 (Football, 1940-42)
*Walter R. Okeson 1896 (Football, 1892-95)
*Phillip Rauch ’33 (Wrestling, 1930-31; Football, 1932)
Liz Feeley ’87 (Basketball, 1983-87)
*Richard M. Gigon ’52 (Baseball/Soccer, 1948-52)
Marty Horn ’86 (Football, 1982-85)
Mike Polaha ’88 (Basketball, 1984-88)
*Paul Short ‘34 (Baseball/Football/Lacrosse/Wrestling, 1930-34)
N. Craig Anderson ‘60 (Baseball 1957-60)
Carla (Juliani) Falco ‘88 (Field Hockey 1984-87, Lacrosse 1985-88)
*Eugene G. Grace 1899 (Baseball 1896-99)
Edward Hamer ‘59 (Wrestling 1955-1959, Golf 1960)
Ronald L. Keenhold ‘56 (Diving 1952-56)
Jill Altshuler ’96 (Women’s Lacrosse, 1993-96)
Billy Stuart ’66 (Wrestling, 1964-66)
Bob Fortune ’70 (Basketball, 1967-70)
Jack Rizzo ’72 (Football/Track and Field, 1968-72)
Peter Harding '70 (Swimming)
Joseph Peritore '67 (Wrestling)
Edward Cahn '55 (Basketball)
Meredith Wall Fitz '94 (Softball)
Richard "Rennie" Benn '86 (Football)
Christopher "Chris" Cameron '89 (Lacrosse and Soccer)
*William "Bill" Ciaravino '51 (Football)
*Robert B. Jackson '35 (Track)
Michael "Mike" Lieberman '76 (Wrestling)
Coach John N. Covert (Cross Country/Track and Field, 1967-92)
James P. "Jim" McCormick (Football/Baseball, 1976-80)
*Robert W. "Bob" Numbers (Football, 1947-50)
John M. Shigo (Football, 1980-84)
Dia V. Johnson Smith (Soccer, 1992-96)
Peter B. "Pete" Yozzo (Wrestling, 1983-87)
*Alfred T. "Al" Cox '40 (Baseball)
William P. "Bill" Griffin '79 (Basketball)
Lowell Latshaw '60 (Tennis)
Thomas B. "Tom" Sculley (Wrestling)
Class of 2007 (inducted in 2008)
Gregory B. "Greg" Falkenbach '72 (Basketball)
Colin J. Kilrain '82 (Wrestling)
Timothy "Tim" Steele '73 (Cross Country/Track & Field)
Llewellyn R. "Pete" Williams '58 (Football)
Justina M. Barone '03 (Track & Field)
Charles W. "Charlie" Brown '77 (Basketball)
Michael "Mike" Brown '80 (Wrestling)
Philip M. "Phil" Stambaugh '00 (Football)
Anne E. Tierney '03 (Baseketball)
Kimberly (Freedman) Kellow '99 (Volleyball)
Robert F. "Bob" Naylor '57 (Football and Baseball)
Frank Zawatski '73 (Baseball)
J Bruce Gardiner (Swimming and Diving Coach/Administrator)
Daniel E. Smith, Jr. '71 (Lacrosse)
Ronald J. Ulrich '66 (Tennis)
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