Westminster College will welcome six new members into the Athletics Hall of Fame during Homecoming/Family Weekend 2015.
Charles Forrest Kneedler ’62 (basketball and track & field)
Corrie Anderson Gifford ’02 (softball and volleyball)
Brad Hilsabeck ’86 (basketball)
Cory Hohnbaum ’87 (basketball)
Ken Theroff ’88 (basketball and baseball)
Terry Logue ’76 (former Westminster Athletic Director and voice of Blue Jays Football)
In addition to a private reception for these outstanding athletic alumni will be held on Friday, Oct. 16, they will be recognized during halftime of the Homecoming football game on Oct. 17 (kickoff at 1 p.m.).
The Westminster College Athletics Hall of Fame, originally established in 1998 as the Intercollegiate Athletic Who’s Who, was and is designed to recognize those individuals who have excelled in athletics and/or made significant contributions to their sports.
Those individuals who have been selected for induction into the Hall of Fame have left a mark in the Blue Jay record book. But, more importantly, each of these individuals has gone on to achieve success in life, while making contributions to the success and reputation of Westminster College.
To nominate a Blue Jay for the Athletics Hall of Fame, submit your nomination by June 1.