Hall of Fame
Individual Intramural Sports participants who throughout the academic year portray characteristics of leadership, sportsmanship, service, and outstanding achievements are nominated by the Competitive Sports staff for the Intramural Sports Hall of Fame.
At the conclusion of the academic year, the Competitive Sports staff will induct one male and one female into the Hall of Fame. Their names will then be engraved on a permanent plaque and be displayed in the Health, Leisure and Sports Facility.
Thomas has consistently played in two of our major intramural sports, basketball and flag football, along with some tournaments such as softball, dodgeball, pickleball, ping pong and 3v3 basketball. Throughout his time playing intramural sports, he has been a model participant in demonstrating good sportsmanship and being respectful to intramural sports participants, officials and supervisors. Thomas has played in over 53 games for 15 teams during his time here and has a winning percentage of 66%.
His teams have made it far in the playoff brackets in multiple sports. His most recent championship was for our basketball season where his co-rec team went 8-1 to win the entire division. He was also voted as the MVP for the entire co-rec basketball season in the spring of 2023.
Haley consistently created teams and played in all four of our major intramural sports, along with many tournaments such as spikeball, water ninja warrior, 3v3 soccer, 3v3 basketball etc. She has been integral at getting students to play intramural sports and encouraged free agents to play with her team without even knowing their skill level. Throughout her time playing intramural sports, she has been respectful to intramural sports participants and the staff, encouraging a fun atmosphere for all. Haley has played in over 104 games for 26 teams and has a winning percentage of 67%! She has won 8 championships in basketball and flag football alone. This past basketball season, her women’s and co-rec team both won the championship game for their division!
|2022||Demaris Darnell and Mario Tobar|
|2021||Kaitlyn Ripley and Paul Wohlford|
|2020||Idara Nduese-Udom and Kenneth Burrell|
|2019||Kara Heigert and Simon Johnson|
|2018||Makala Diggs and Jamal Bias|
|2017||Melissa Farrell and Chris Taylor|
|2016||Sabrina Youngman and Davis Hagen|
|2015||Dana Sparks and Bryan Rhodes|
|2014||Brooke Albert and Joe-Barry Gardner|
|2013||Marissa Register and Sami Kara|
|2012||Sarah King and Dom Mays|
|2011||Jennifer Hernandez and Brian Citino|
|2010||Melanie Davis and Chris Hill|
|2009||Jessica Goodson and Andy Blevins|
|2008||Bryn Renda and Kirk Slay|
|2007||Ericka Roland and Calvin Chester|
|2006||Kathryn Matheny and Daniel Sanders|
|2005||Cate Gundlach and Derek Citino|
|2004||Nathalie Grullon and Thomas Andrews|
|2003||Nicole Matsoukas and Chuck Comella|
|2002||Ahn Truong and Chris Walters and|
|2001||Brooke Pace and Ben Stubbs|
|2000||Anne Marquez and Steve Shea|
|1999||Jamie Ball and John Katsantonis|
|1997||Shawn Stanley and Andy Phillips|
|1996||Sandy Hutchinson and Jason Rasso|
|1995||Jennifer Harrison, Travis Carff and Ritchard Houdashelt|
|1994||Judy Jemiola and Mike Padgett|
|1993||Grace Quina, Dwayne Huntsinger and George Geer|
|1992||Katie Turpin, John Miles and James Herron, Jr.|
|1985||Kenneth Dunlap, Tim Haag, Donna Johnson, Warren Kelly, John Perrin, Barbara Schwarts, John Sirianno, Patricia Weed and Michael White|
|1984||Craig Bennet, Michael Brown, Dave Bullard, Gerry Meek and Tina Watchous|
|1983||Mitch Jackson, Steve Jackson and Gary Middlemas|
|1982||Michael Deleo and Craig Fitzgerald|