Hartwick Athletic Hall of Fame Welcomes New ClassMay 27, 2010
Hartwick College has announced its 2010 class for the Hartwick College Athletic Hall of Fame. The eight honorees will be inducted in a Wick Athletic Association-sponsored ceremony planned for June 12, 2010.
The Hartwick College Athletics community will gather in Stack Lounge, Dewar Union, at 4:30 p.m. for a social hour, to be followed at 5:30 p.m. by dinner and the induction of the next round of athletic immortals.
Scheduled for induction are Women's water polo player Kate Chambers '05, women's swimmer Gayle Gregory '04, football wide receiver Ryan Soule '03, men's lacrosse attackman Ross Pino '02, men's cross country and track and field standout Shawn Martin '91, athletics administrator Betty Powell '82, men's soccer goalkeeper Keith Van Eron '77, and men's soccer, basketball, and baseball player Jack McCormack '61. More information about the 2010 inductees is available here.
With the addition of this year's class, Hartwick will have inducted 113 former student-athletes and coaches into its hall of fame. The Hartwick College Athletic Hall of Fame honors those who have made outstanding contributions to Hartwick's intercollegiate athletics programs. Its purpose is to perpetuate the memory of those who have brought distinction, honor, and excellence to Hartwick through their athletic accomplishments. Visit the Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees Archive to learn more about past honorees.
For more information regarding the Hartwick College Athletic Hall of Fame, contact the Athletics Office at 607-431-4700.
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