Athletic Hall of Fame
The Athletic Hall of Fame, created in 1989, honors those who have brought distinction to themselves and Connecticut College through their achievement, commitment, sportsmanship and leadership in athletics.The Athletic Hall of Fame gallery is in the Charles B. Luce Field House.
Athletic Hall of Fame inducts four
In a special ceremony on March 2, 2013, four Connecticut College alumni were inducted to the College’s Athletic Hall of Fame. The group included:
- Meghan Barry ’97, one of the most talented and dedicated rowers to compete in collegiate ranks, who earned a silver medal at the 1994 Head of the Charles Regatta and two silver medals at the New England Rowing Championship;
- Judy Fontaine-Higgins ’79, a world-renowned pentathlete who won a silver medal at the 1978 U.S. Track & Field National Championships;
- Tom Hudner ’95, a two-sport captain and goalkeeper for lacrosse and soccer who led the men’s lacrosse program to three consecutive, semifinal appearances in the ECAC Championship and to its 1992 ECAC Championship; and
- Beth Offenhartz Carlson ’81, a three-time MVP volleyball player who led the team to the 1978 Connecticut State Championship.
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