2020 Bobcat Hall of Fame Class to Be Honored at 2021 Ceremony

Jun 30, 2021 9:45 AM

Since the in-person Hall of Fame Ceremony was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, that group of inductees, 214 to 219, will be honored at this year’s Homecoming. The 2021 class, the second all-female class and the seventh class of six or more, represents five sports and three decades of competition.

2020 Honorees

Amy FooteAmy Foote ’03: Women’s Lacrosse and Soccer. Second in the history of the soccer program in goals (48) and points (118); four-time All-Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference selection in soccer.

Kelly HydeDr. Kelly Hyde ’84: Field Hockey and Women’s Lacrosse. Participated in USA Field Hockey Olympic Development Program; earned program’s first All-American honor as an NCAA Division III Honorable Mention All-American; three-time All-Maryland honoree.

page-maceyPage Macey ’05: Women’s Lacrosse. Four-time Brine/Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association South Atlantic Region selection. Program’s all-time leader in goals (192) and second in assists (94) and points (286); two-time ECAC Division III South Region award.

tammie-mimsTammie Mims ’87: Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field. The only indoor and outdoor All-American in triple jump; two-time All-American; qualified for NCAA Championships; three-time All-Mason-Dixon Conference in triple jump; indoor and outdoor triple jump school records.

lauren petrickLauren Petrick ’05: Volleyball. First volleyball player in program history to garner CoSIDA Academic All-American honors; third Frostburg student-athlete to earn Academic All-American honors; three-time AMCC Player of the Year and four-time All-AMCC honoree.

brooke winterlingBrooke Winterling ’10: Volleyball. Program’s first-ever American Volleyball Coaches Association All-American; program’s all-time leader in kills (2,204); three-time AMCC Player of the Year and four-time All-AMCC selection; two-time CoSIDA Academic All-District selection.

 

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Team Anniversaries

The 50-year anniversaries of the Field Hockey and Cross Country programs will also be honored, along with the 25-year anniversary of the Softball program.

Field Hockey Marks 50 Years (2020)

  • Nearly 400 wins in program history
  • Six appearances in NCAA Tournament
  • Fourth straight NCAA Tournament appearances, 1984-87
  • Three ECAC Tournament appearances
  • Nine All-Americans in program history
  • 25 Regional (now All-Region) All-Americans
  • School record 15 wins in a season (1982, 1984 and 1986)

Cross Country Celebrates 50 Years (2020)

  • Six males were named All-Americans.
  • Four females were named All-Americans, including both programs’ most recent All-American, Bonnie Axman, in 2005.
  • Chanda Merrill and Karen Carpenter gained All-American honors in 1996 after finishing third and fourth, respectively, in the country at the NCAA Championships.
  • Men have made 13 appearances as a whole team at the NCAA Championships.
  • Men’s best finish at the NCAA Championships came with eighth-place finishes in 1982 and 1983.
  • Women’s team has sent six runners to the National Championships.

Softball Celebrates 25 Years (2021)

  • More than 500 program wins
  • ECAC South Champions in 2013
  • Two-time conference champions (1998 and 2010)
  • NCAA Tournament appearance in 2010
  • Three ECAC Tournament appearances (2004, 2009 and 2013)
  • Two All-Americans in program history
  • Fifteen players named NFCA All-Region
  • Two seasons with more than 30 wins (30 in 2010 and a program-record 33 in 2013)