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A Jesuit College Preparatory Experience
Athletics
Hall of Fame

2018 Athletic Hall of Fame Celebration

On Friday, October 19, 2018, twenty individuals and four teams were inducted into Loyola Academy’s Athletic Hall of Fame. In addition, two special awards were presented to honor the support and commitment of individuals to Loyola Athletics. Executive Vice President Dennis Stonequist ’90 and Vice President of Alumni and Network Engagement Marty Jennings ’98 served as the evening's emcees. Family and friends of the inductees gathered for the celebration in the East Gym, which included dinner, personalized video collages of the honorees and special awards.
We extend a special thank you to the members of the Hall of Fame Committee for their tireless work to make this year's Hall of Fame one of our greatest.  
 
2018 Athletic Hall of Fame Individual Inductees

David Baine '03
Track & Field

Matthew A. Cherry '99
Football

Michael F. Ciccarelli '99
Track & Cross Country

Joseph D. Cook '97
Football

Conor J. Dwyer '07
Swimming

Christian Friedrich '05
Baseball

Erin M. Jamieson '02
Soccer

Joseph B. Kennedy '02
Basketball

Brittany McCoy '06
Basketball

Lucas W. McGee '97
Crew

James M. McKeag '90
Wrestling

Robert W. Navarre '06
Swimming

Thomas F. Robbins '07
Track & Cross Country

Anna Schuessler '07
Track & Cross Country

Colleen A. Shaw '07
Water Polo

Paul H. Stepan '61, RIP
Football

James R. Toohey '02
Baseball

Adam J. Toren '01
Volleyball

Stephan Walchuk '02
Track & Field

Elizabeth 'Betsy' C. Webb '08
Swimming
 

2018 Athletic Hall of Fame Team Awards
 
 
1993 Boys' Varsity 8 Boat (Crew)

2005 Boys' Baseball

2006 Boys' Basketball

2005 Girls Swimming & Diving
 

2018 Athletic Hall of Fame Special Awards

Michael P. Hengelmann '00
Frank J. Amato Excellence in Coaching Award

Gerald and Maureen Corcoran
John E Hoerster Athletic Medal of Honor
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