Established in 1994, the Athletic Hall of Fame honors members of the Hollins community who have demonstrated superior athletic accomplishments at Hollins, as well as sportsmanship, character, and leadership at Hollins and/or in their community.

Induction of new members takes place at Alumnae Reunion each year. Nominations are due by January 5 for new members to be inducted at that year's Reunion.

Please return the nomination form (PDF) and additional information if desired by January 5 to: Athletic Hall of Fame Nomination, Alumnae Relations, Hollins University, P.O. Box 9629, Roanoke, VA 24020-1629, fax: (540) 362-6297, e-mail alumnae@hollins.edu.

 

1994 Inductees
1995 Inductees
 
    1997 Inductees
1994 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Thompson, Lane, Garber
(not pictured: Chevreaux)

1995 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Casciaro, Madison, Berkley, Rath
1997 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Bent, Bunting, Fox
(not pictured: Hay)
1998 Inductees
1999 Hall of Fame
2001 Inductees
1998 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Watkins, Rogers, Schill
(not pictured: Mills)

1999 Hall of Fame Inductees
Jeanes, Yarnall, Mink, McCarty
2001 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Pettinga, Bullis
(not pictured: Fout, Lanzi)
2002 inductees
2003 inductees
2004 inductees
2002 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Vines, Horton, Easterly,
Patrick, Dick
(not pictured: Sprague)
2003 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Gotschall, Moore, Collins
(not pictured: McDonald)
2004 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Cizmaric, Jackson
(not pictured: Hays, Redpath)
2005 Inductees
2007 inductees 2008 inductees
2005 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Dixon, Ware, Woodward
(not pictured: Stark)
2007 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Arnold, Genereaux, Twomey,
Canby, Kemnitz
(not pictured: Stuek)
2008 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Laming, McCullough, Lynch, Casillas (not pictured: Beedie, Grill - posthumous)
2009 Hall of Fame 2010 Athletic Hall of Fame Hall of Fame 2011
2009 Hall of Fame Inductees: Tickner, Crehore, Curran, Reynolds (not pictured – Hodges, Burkholder, posthumous)
2010 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Becker, Shannon, Off, Bahlman
2011 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Rheinheimer, Shaw, Thompson, Ullrich
2012 Athletic Hall of Fame 2013 Athletic Hall of Fame 2014 Hall of Fame inductees
2012 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Mahlke, Lucas, Teachout, Fix, Trousdale

2013 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Poole, Skeens, Prillaman (Not pictured: Orr, Barbellion, Ward, Webb)

2014 Hall of Fame Inductees: Milley, Ware, Hodges, Rogers, Lane (1979 lacrosse team)
   
 
2014 Hall of Fame Inductee:
Seiffertt
 

 

Hall of Fame Members:

The 1979 Lacrosse Team: Team of Distinction
Inducted: May 31, 2014
Winner: Virginia State Division II Lacrosse Champions Runner-up: U.S. Women's Lacrosse Association Division II Collegiate National Lacrosse Championship
The 1979 season was the single most successful in the history of the school’s lacrosse program, with an undefeated season and a state title for the first time in Hollins’ history. In addition, the team played in the national championship game of the United States Women’s Lacrosse Association (USWLA). The team was comprised of many accomplished players, many of whom went on to be inducted individually into Hollins’ Athletic Hall of Fame. The heart and soul of the team was arguably Leslie Blankin Lane '79, who went on to win the gold medal in the 1980 World Cup for Team USA. Coach Lanetta Ware was inducted into the United States Lacrosse Hall of Fame 2001 and the Virginia Lacrosse Hall of Fame 1996.
Members of the 1979 Lacrosse Team:
Lee Canby '82
Vicky Graham Chadick '81
Christianne "Chris" Cole Duggan '80
Charlotte Fox '79
Jane Applegate Gallup '81
Lesslie Preston Jeanes '80
Carrie Coker Haley '82
Sandra Garrison Hodges '79
Leslie Blankin Lane '79
Cary Brannock Milley '80
Leslie Bradley Poff '82
Newnie Rogers '82
Kim Park Ronon '79
Kissy McCrory Rowley '80
Margaret Grill Tickner '79
Virginia Pleasants VandenBergh '82
Mary Elise Yarnall '80

 

The 1993 Riding Team: Team of Distinction
Inducted: June 1, 2013
The 1993 riding team is the first Team of Distinction to be inducted into the Hollins Athletic Hall of Fame. At the end of the National Championship weekend Hollins amassed 32 points with its closest rival seven points behind at 25. Highlights of nationals: Heather Brown Skeens '95 (Individual National Champion Novice Equitation Over Fences), Tracy Prillaman '96 (winner of Novice Flat Equitation for the team), Sarah Hancock Poole '96 (winner of Walk Trot Canter Equitation for the team), Parris Cozart Collins '93 (winner of the Cacchione Cup and member of the Hollins Athletic Hall of Fame), Maria Bishop '96 (Individual National Champion Open Equitation Over Fences and member of the Hollins Athletic Hall of Fame), and Erin Lloyd '93 (Individual National Champion reserve intermediate equitation on the flat). The National Championship, numerous individual wins, and the Cacchione Cup had never before been achieved in the same year, and the feat has not been duplicated since. Members of the 1993 Riding Team:
Rebecca Baum '96
Maria Bishop '96
Vicki Byrd '95 *
Parris Cozart Collins '93 *
Rebecca Forbes '96
Laura Ray Greer ’96
Sara Grein '96
Kelly Shuell Groshek '95
Natalie Howard '96
Christina Hubbard '96 *
Leslie Silberman Hutchens '95 *
Dana France Johnston '96
Erin Lloyd '93
Kelley Douglas Mallery '94
Chris MacConnell '96
Christa Parker Middleton '95
Paige Nuckols '96 *
Sarah Hancock Poole '96 *
Tracy Prillaman '96 *
Heather Brown Skeens '95
*denotes Nationals team member

 

Gwin Coffin Allen '66
Spartanburg, SC
Field hockey, basketball, and lacrosse
Received All-Star recognition for her ability as a lacrosse goalie.
Plays in a United States Tennis Association (USTA) league.
Inducted: June 3, 2006

Jennifer Tuttle Arnold '82
Houston, TX
Field hockey, lacrosse
Inducted: June 2, 2007

Chase Wagner Bahlman '85
Cincinnati, OH
Soccer
Chase was an exceptional soccer player, which led to her selection to the all-ODAC first team in the fall of 1984. She was also chosen as the team captain three out of her four years at Hollins. She is the only athlete at Hollins to have her jersey retired. Her #32 soccer jersey now hangs in the Hollins athletic department, adjacent to her recognition for induction into the Hall of Fame.
Inducted: June 5, 2010

Wendy Oschwald Barbellion '68
Nancay, France
Basketball, field hockey, lacrosse
Selected for the Blue Ridge Field Hockey First Team in 1967, the Virginia Woman’s Lacrosse Association First Team in 1968, and was selected to try out for the Woman’s National Lacrosse Team in 1968. She was captain of the Hollins field hockey team in 1967 and named Hollins Sportswoman of the Year in 1968. She was also a member of the Monogram Club and the Athletic Association Board.
Inducted: June 1, 2013

Gail Gathmann Becker '65
Leawood, KS
Field hockey, basketball, lacrosse
Gail was selected for the Blue Ridge Field Hockey team and the Virginia Women's Lacrosse Association First Team. She was also a member of the Southeast Field Hockey Team II and the All-Virginia Lacrosse Team.
Inducted: June 5, 2010

Serena N. Beedie '93
Hubertus, WI
Basketball
Inducted May 31, 2008

Pamela Babst Bent '66
Denver, CO
Field hockey, lacrosse, basketball
First woman inducted into the Rocky Mountain Hall of Fame
Inducted: September 19, 1997

Marjorie Berkley
Roanoke, VA
Professor emeritus and director of athletics 1959-89; first associate commissioner of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference; coached four undefeated field hockey teams at Hollins in 1963, 1975, 1976, 1977; in 1979 the field hockey team won the VAIAW Field Hockey Championship; served as Director of Championships for the United States Women’s Lacrosse Association and the Director of the AIAW National Division III Field Hockey Championship; inducted into the James Madison Athletic Hall of Fame in 1998; the Old Dominion Athletic Award for the Outstanding Woman Athlete is named the Marjorie Berkley Award.
Inducted: June 3, 1995

Anne Shepard Bullis '51
Marblehead, MA
Field hockey, basketball, tennis
Member, U. S. Women's Squash touring team, ranked senior badminton player
Inducted: June 2, 2001

August Chapman Bunting '51
Reedville, VA
Physical education teacher and coach at Brown University and the University of Richmond
Inducted: September 19, 1997

Guy "Red" Burkholder
Roanoke, VA
Director of Riding Program, 1959-1985
Under Burkholder’s leadership, Hollins nearly tripled the number of riders and gained the national reputation and success it continues to enjoy today. He retired with a long list of honors: the Southwest Virginia Hunter/Jumper Hall of Fame in 1994, the Virginia Horse Shows Association’s Hall of Fame in 2002, the Virginia Horse Shows Association’s coveted Susan H. Hagan Award for lifetime achievement in 1999, and honorary lifetime member of the Rockbridge Hunt Club, where he served as field master.
Inducted: May 30, 2009 (posthumously)

Deborah Snyder Bussart '65
Marietta, GA
Hockey, lacrosse, basketball
First Hollins athlete to be part of the U.S. Women's Lacrosse Team
Inducted: June 3, 2000

Nancy Lee Canby '82
Brookeville, MD
Field hockey, lacrosse
Nationally recognized wind surfer and national qualifier in Hobie Cat sailing; coaches youth soccer and basketball
Inducted: June 2, 2007

Margaret Carter '85
Vienna, Austria
Fencing
Inducted: June 3, 2000

Heide Bossow Casciaro '88
Huntley, IL
Equestrian, two-time national individual champion
Professional horsewoman
Inducted: June 3, 1995

Tris Berryman Casillas ’88
Dallas, TX
Soccer
Inducted May 31, 2008

Grace E. Chevreaux
Professor of Physical Education, 1928-1970; former president of Virginia Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance
Inducted: May 21, 1994

Sally Bosler Cizmaric ’64
Hilton Head Island, SC
Field hockey, lacrosse
First and only Hollins athlete to make the Southeast Field Hockey Association first team
Inducted: June 5, 2004

Parris Cozart Collins '93
Charlottesville, VA
Riding
Currently ranked first in the State of Virginia; ranked first in Zone 3 (Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina); ranked in the top 10 in the nation
Inducted: June 7, 2003

Ann Davant Crehore '84
Charlotte, NC
Soccer, lacrosse
Played fullback on the Hollins soccer team from 1980 to 1983, was co-captain her senior year, and played on the lacrosse team. She was also the manager of the basketball team, dabbled in fencing, went on Hollins Outdoor Program trips, and was a lifeguard at the pool. Crehore loves to sail and race in regattas whenever possible, placing second in the William Adams IV Regatta at Camp Sea Gull.
Inducted: May 30, 2009

Nancy Novak Curran '79
Phoenix, MD
Field hockey
Competed on the field hockey team for four years as a fullback and was part of the "Undefeated Team of 1977" at Hollins.
Inducted: May 30, 2009

Nancy Macdonald Dick ’62
Chestertown, MD
Field hockey, basketball, tennis, lacrosse
Coached varsity field hockey, basketball, lacrosse at the Garrison Forest School and varsity lacrosse coach at Washington College in Maryland
Inducted: June 1, 2002

Ann Howson Dixon '65
Owings Mills, MD
Field hockey, basketball, lacrosse
President of the Women's Golf Association of Baltimore
Inducted: June 4, 2005

Natalie McFaden Easterly '77
Richmond, VA
Field hockey, golf
Won Richmond City Amateur Championship three times; finalist in Virginia State Amateur Tournament
Inducted: June 1, 2002

Nina Lynne Fout '81
Middleburg, VA
Field hockey, basketball
Member, U. S. Equestrian Team, 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia; team awarded bronze medal
Inducted: June 2, 2001

Christine Holt Fix '97
Midlothian, VA
Fencing
Christine was a member of the varsity epee fencing team from 1994-1997. Christine, as well as the entire fencing team, were awarded multiple times the Alumnae Award for Academic Scholarship in Athletics for the athletic team with the highest grade point average for the season. The fencing team was very active attending invitationals at Penn State, Temple, Northwestern, and West Point. In 1995, the fencing team won the Virginia Intercollegiate Fencing Championship in Epee and Overall. The team also went to the NCAA Mid-Atlantic South Regional Championships in 1996. Individually, Christine went to the NCAA regional tournament in 1997.
Inducted: June 2, 2012

Charlotte Fox '79
Aspen, CO
The only American woman to have climbed three of the world's 8,000 meter (26,000-foot peaks); survived blizzard on Mount Everest in May 1996
Inducted: September 19, 1997

Mary Ellen Garber '38
Winston-Salem, NC
Editor of Hollins Columns
First woman sportswriter in the Atlantic Coast Conference; inducted into the U.S. Basketball Writers Association Hall of Fame, April 2000. First woman to receive the Red Smith Award, April 2005.
Inducted: May 21, 1994

Cadence “Sugar” Allison Genereaux ’57
Bronxville, NY
Field hockey, lacrosse, tennis
Has won numerous tennis and paddle tennis championships
Inducted: June 2, 2007

Cathy Stieff Gotschall '78
Falls Church, VA
Basketball, fencing, field hockey, lacrosse, softball, volleyball
Selected to Arlington County Women's Open Division All-Star Team (soccer); hiked the 2,100 mile Appalachian Trail
Inducted:June 7, 2003

Anne Grauer '71
Philadelphia, PA
Lacrosse and field hockey
Inducted: June 3, 2006

Marcy Grill '73
Baltimore, MD
Tennis
Inducted May 31, 2008 (posthumously)

Ellen Young Guarini '75
Summersfield, NC
Basketball, lacrosse, golf, and tennis
Two-time winner of the North Carolina state tennis championship
Inducted: June 3, 2000

Sarah Wagner Hay '86
Cincinnati, OH
Soccer
Inducted: September 9, 1997

Christiana Hays ’74
Sewickley, PA
Field hockey, basketball, lacrosse, tennis
Nationally ranked paddles tennis player and has been involved in both tennis and paddle tennis both as a player and teaching professional for 28 years
Inducted: June 5, 2004

Sandra Garrison Hodges '79
Tampa, FL
Basketball, lacrosse
In 1977, Hodges was third in scoring in the Virginia Small College Basketball Division and placed second in the Appalachian Conference the following year with a 26.6 point average. She started all four years as right defensive wing on Hollins’ lacrosse team. Her senior season (1979) was the most successful in the history of the school’s lacrosse program, with an undefeated season and a state title for the first time in Hollins’ history.
Inducted: May 30, 2009

Kat Horton '97
Cape Coral, FL
Swimming
Four-time All–American; NCAA national champion; ODAC swimmer of the year, 1996; Atlantic States Swimmer of the Year, 1995
Inducted: June 1, 2002

Laura Jackson '69
Philadelphia, PA
Field hockey, basketball, lacrosse
Coached high school hockey and lacrosse; helped to start the first women's softball team at the George School
Inducted: June 5, 2004

Lesslie Preston Jeanes '80
Orange, VA
Basketball, field hockey, lacrosse
Served on 1981-82 United States Lacrosse Team
Inducted: June 5, 1999

Alicia Kemnitz '02
Williamsport, PA
Swimming
Lead Assistant Swim Coach for Women & Recruiting Coordinator, Lycoming College
Inducted: June 2, 2007

Christie Laming ’98
Fort Gratiot, MI
Fencing
Inducted May 31, 2008

Leslie Blankin Lane '79
Philadelphia, PA
Field hockey, lacrosse, fencing, basketball
USWLA squad; USWLA touring team to Australia, 1980; USWLA World Cup Team, 1982; IFWLA All World Team, 1982; Virginia Lacrosse Hall of Fame, 2001.
Inducted: May 21, 1994

Robin Gaines Lanzi '91
Birmingham, AL
Basketball
First Hollins basketball player to score 1,000 points; academic All-American
Inducted: June 2, 2001




 
 

Louise Brooks Lucas '72
Charlotte, NC
Basketball, field hockey, tennis
Louise was co-president of the Athletic Association at Hollins. She was selected to the Blue Ridge Field Hockey Team in 1968 and in 1970. After college, Louise turned her field hockey swing into a golf swing. She continues to play on a regular basis as well as swims, bikes, and hikes.
Inducted: June 2, 2012

 

Justine Ringlien Lynch ’58
Atherton, CA
Basketball, field hockey, lacrosse
Inducted May 31, 2008

Julie Russell Madison '55
Jacksonville, FL
Tennis, golf
Inducted: June 3, 1995

Virginia Byrne Mahlke '67
Vienna, VA
Basketball, field hockey, lacrosse
Ginny was chosen to try out for the National Women's Lacrosse Team and received multiple Virginia State commendations in field hockey and lacrosse. After her appointment as an elementary school principal in Fairfax County, Virginia, she began to lift weights with a personal trainer. Now retired from full-time work, Ginny remains dedicated to lifting, training, and exercise.
Inducted: June 2, 2012

Marietta McCarty '69
Charlottesville, VA
Basketball, tennis
Inducted: June 5, 1999

Mary Cheek McCullough ’58
Palo Alto, CA
Tennis
Inducted May 31, 2008

Nancy Adams McDonald '73
Birmingham, AL
Basketball
Birmingham City Champion (golf); won several multiple club championships
Inducted: June 7, 2003

Amy Morgan Mills '88
Chandler, TX
Tennis
Represented Texas in a USTA tennis tournament
Inducted: September 26, 1998

Suzanne Mink '74
Washington, D.C.
Basketball, lacrosse, golf, field hockey
Marathon runner, XII Olympic Games torch bearer
Inducted: June 5, 1999

Karen Shackelford Moore '78
Lacrosse
Summit, NJ
Active in golf and horseback riding
Inducted: June 7, 2003

Mardie Warner Off '70
Cincinnati, OH
Tennis, basketball
Maintained a winning record in tennis during her four year career at Hollins and also played in the MALTA tennis tournament. Mardie continues to play tennis, golf, and platform tennis, competing in all three at the local level. In platform tennis she has played in numerous tournaments including the nationals twice. She has also coached a JV tennis team for eight years.
Inducted: June 5, 2010

Leonora Orr '63
Hanalei, HI
Basketball, lacrosse
Member of the varsity lacrosse team, named to the Virginia Women’s Lacrosse Association First Team.
Inducted: June 1, 2013

Anne Paxton Patrick ’72
Richmond, VA
Basketball, lacrosse, golf
Roanoke City-County Golf Champion; two-time Richmond City Golf Champion and Virginia State Golf Champion
Inducted: June 1, 2002

Jennifer Pettinga '86
Midland, MA
Tennis, ranked #5 in the nation (1986)
Competed in nationals, USTA adult team
Inducted: June 2, 2001

Virginia Rath '24
Black Mountain, NC
Retired director of physical education at Swarthmore College
Inducted: June 3, 1995

Virginia Redpath ’69
Lincoln, MA
Field hockey, basketball, lacrosse, tennis
Played competitive doubles tennis and platform tennis. In 1999-2000, she and her partner were ranked 7th in the APTA Women's National 50+ Platform Tennis division
Inducted: June 5, 2004

Alice-Cole Moss Reynolds '04
Richmond, VA
Tennis, field hockey
All-ODAC second team for field hockey in 2003. All-Academic Field Hockey Team for the 2003-04 school year. She received ODAC honors for tennis as an All-Tournament player for both singles and doubles in 2001, 2002, and 2004. In 2001, she was ranked #11 in the region for doubles and in 2002, was ranked #26 in the Atlantic South. In 2001 she and her partner beat the #3 ranked doubles team in the country for Division Three. As captain of both the tennis and field hockey teams at Hollins, she received the Sportswoman of the Year Award in 2004.
Inducted: May 30, 2009

Hillary Schreiber Rheinheimer '00
Charlottesville, VA
Equestrian
Selected to the ODAC All-Conference team all four years and was named ODAC Rider of the Year her sophomore through senior years. In 1998, Hillary was the IHSA Individual National Champion Open on the Flat and in 1999 she placed first in the Southeast U.S. and third in the nation in the Marshall and Sterling Hunter Standings.
Inducted: June 4, 2011

Nancy "Newnie" Rogers '82
Richmond, VA
Volleyball, lacrosse, tennis, fencing
Inducted: September 26, 1998

Mary Willson Pinder Schill '73
Decatur, GA
Field hockey, lacrosse, basketball, tennis
Tennis instructor at Emory University
Inducted: September 26, 1998

Michelle Seiffertt '94
Louisville, KY
Fencing
In 1993, Michelle placed third in state competition in foil and first place with the Hollins junior varsity. She had nine wins and three losses in the state round robin, and was fencing in the fourth spot that year, where only two of the third and fourth place fencers were eligible for states. In the state fence-off, Michelle was third behind the two JMU fencers. In her senior year she fenced in the number one spot and was the team captain. For the regular season Hollins had nine wins and five losses, fencing against mostly Division One universities. And she capped off her senior year coming in fifth place in Varsity Fencing at the state competition.
Inducted: May 31, 2014

Maria Bishop Shannon '96
Charlottesville, VA
Equestrian
At Hollins, Maria was a member of the Champion Equestrian ODAC team for four years running and was ODAC Rider of the Year for three of those years. She was the IHSA Regional High Point Rider representing Hollins and competed in the Cacchione Cup three years in a row. She was part of Hollins' Miller's Cup Team, winning the National Championship in Open Equitation Over Fences at the IHSA Nationals in 1994. In 1993 and again in 1995 she was the IHSA National Champion in the Individual Open Equitation Over Fences. Maria was the Adult Medal Finals Champion at the Virginia Horse Show Association in 1996, and was the Virginia Horse Show Association Adult Amateur Hunter 30 & Under Champion and Marshall and Sterling Adult League Finals Champion at the 1995 Washington International Horse Show on "Memphis." After graduating from Hollins she returned to her family business, The Barracks, located in Charlottesville, Virginia. She continued to ride as an amateur until 1999 when she became a professional. As a professional rider, trainer, teacher, and co-trainer of the University of Virginia riding team, she has ridden and trained horses and students for numerous championships at nationally recognized horse shows. Many of these horses and riders have qualified for Devon, the Pennsylvania National Horse Show, and the Washington International Horse Show. In addition, these horses and students have won high score year-end awards both regionally and nationally.
Inducted: June 5, 2010

Beatrice Shaw '91
Quinton, VA
Basketball, Field Hockey, Lacrosse, Softball
Named to All-ODAC field hockey team in 1990. Named Hollins SportsWoman of the Year in 1991. Since graduation, Beatrice has participated in body building, rugby, and running, completing numerous 5Ks and 10Ks and 8 half-marathons. In 2006, she completed the Transmountain 20K race and in 2007 she was a finisher in the Disney World Marathon.
Inducted: June 4, 2011

Charlotte Sprague ’92
Atlanta, GA
Riding
IHSA Cacchione Cup winner; regional champion IHSA rider (all four years at Hollins);
Inducted: June 1, 2002

Joan Fallon Stark '80
Tygh Valley, OR
Swimming
Triathlete; active in Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women events
Inducted: June 4, 2005

Laurie Baugher Stuek '72
Darien, CT
Basketball, field hockey, lacrosse
Coached youth field hockey and basketball; honored as "Volunteer of the Year" by the Darien YMCA
Inducted: June 2, 2007

Betsy Abbott Stefany '70
Jamesville, NY
Lacrosse and basketball
Inducted: June 3, 2000

Carol Curtis Stevens '56
Millersville, MD
Field hockey, basketball, lacrosse, and tennis
At Hollins served as the Athletic Board president and participated in the Monogram Club and Swimming Club. Participates in four tennis leagues
in Maryland.
Inducted: June 3, 2006

Amy Sharistanian Teachout '97
Franklin, MA
Fencing
Amy was a member of the varsity fencing team at Hollins, which was awarded multiple times the Alumnae Award for Academic Scholarship in Athletics for the athletic team with the highest grade point average for the season. The fencing team was very active attending invitationals at Penn State, Temple, Northwestern, and West Point. In 1995, the fencing team won the Virginia Intercollegiate Fencing Championship in Epee and Overall. The team also went to the NCAA Mid-Atlantic South Regional Championships in 1996. She also placed fourth overall in Women's Epee. After Hollins she joined the Boston Fencing Club, competing successfully in both epee and foil in a range of tournaments. In June 2007, she took sixth place in the New England Division of the U.S. Fencing Association's (NEUSFA) Pomme de Terre in Women's Unclassified Epee. She earned her E in foil in October 2007 at the NEFA/NEUSFA Fence Against Breast Cancer. Most recently Amy achieved her green belt in Tae Kwon Do.
Inducted: June 2, 2012

Carol Semple Thompson '70
Sewickly, PA
Golf, field hockey, basketball, lacrosse
After winning the Senior Women's Amateur in 1999, 2000, and 2001 she became one of only five golfers to have ever won three different USGA championships. The other four are Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, JoAnne Gunderson Carner, and Tiger Woods. Winner of more than 40 events including a record 19 Pennsylvania State amateurs; record-breaking 12 spots on the women's Curtis Cup Team.
Inducted: May 21, 1994

Jeanne Susan Johnson Thompson '71
Philadelphia, PA
Field Hockey, Basketball, Lacrosse
She was also a member of the golf team during her sophomore year, though their only match was cancelled due to weather. Jeanne was honored with several selections to regional hockey and lacrosse teams, one of which was an early round trial for the U.S. Hockey Team. Named Hollins SportsWoman of the Year in 1971. Since graduation, Jeanne has competed in Pennsylvania State Women's Golf Association tournaments. In 2007, she was inducted into the Kent School Athletic Hall of Fame.
Inducted: June 4, 2011

Margaret Grill Tickner '79
Rockville, MD
Field hockey, lacrosse
Inducted: May 30, 2009

King Trousdale '62
Roswell, GA
Basketball, tennis
King was the #1 tennis player her freshman year and the fall of her sophomore year, and was president her senior year at Hollins. Prior to Hollins, King was Louisiana State Champion in tennis mixed doubles (1957) and the #1 guard in AAA high school rankings in 1958. After Hollins, she competed in many tennis tournaments, including the DeKalb County (Georgia) singles and the Brookwood Hills Doubles.
Inducted: June 2, 2012

Jeannette Purrington Twomey '67
Vienna, VA
Basketball, lacrosse, tennis
Coaches youth soccer and basketball
Inducted: June 2, 2007

Rebecca Eves Ullrich '51
Virginia Beach, VA
Field Hockey, Basketball, Swimming
At Hollins, Becky was secretary and treasurer of the athletic club, captain of the Red/Blue Basketball Team, president of the Swimming Club, and a member of the Monogram Club. After graduation she played club field hockey and has taught swimming at all age levels.
Inducted: June 4, 2011

Clayton Vail '76
Richmond, VA
Tennis, basketball, and lacrosse
Inducted: June 3, 2006

Kristin Ward Vines ’82
Chattanooga, TN
Fencing
Placed first in the Veteran’s Women’s Foil at the U. S. Fencing Association National Championships; competed in USFA Olympic trials twice; currently ranked 41st in the nation; champion, U.S. Fencing Association -- Tennessee division every year since 1993.
Inducted: June 1, 2002

Irene Ward '68
Nashville, TN
Tennis
Played tennis at the varsity level all four years and was ranked number one on the team her entire college career. She was runner-up in the Mid-Atlantic Tennis Tournament and was commended by former Hollins president John Logan for her exceptional athleticism.
Inducted: June 1, 2013

Lanetta Ware
Troutville, VA
Professor of Physical Education, Chair of Physical Education Department, Athletic Director, served Hollins’ athletic department for 43 years. Inducted into the United States Lacrosse Hall of Fame 2001, the University of Richmond Athletic Hall of Fame 1993, and the Virginia Lacrosse Hall of Fame 1996. Honorary member of the Virginia Women’s Lacrosse Association, the United States Women’s Lacrosse Association, and the International Women’s Lacrosse Association. USWLA Vice President 1980-86, IFWLA Vice President Rules and Umpiring 1984-91, IFWLA President 1993-2001.
Led her teams to win:
Undefeated regular season in lacrosse 1963, 1965, 1966, 1978
1979, 1980 Virginia State Division 2 Lacrosse Champions
1979 Runner-up USWLA National Lacrosse Championship
1995 Virginia Intercollegiate Fencing Champion (foil)
1995 Virginia Intercollegiate Epee Champion, Overall Champion
1996, 1997 Sportsmanship Award at the National Collegiate Fencing Tournament for foil team
2005 Virginia Intercollegiate Epee Champion
Inducted: June 4, 2005

Mary Elizabeth Watkins '73
New York, NY
Field hockey, golf, basketball, lacrosse, fencing
Player in the Hartford Pro-Am, marathon runner
Inducted: September 26, 1998

Carol Webb '73
Midlothian, VA
Basketball, field hockey, tennis
From 1969-1973 Carol played both basketball and tennis for Hollins (with one year of field hockey as well). In basketball she was known for her shooting and scoring. Carol was selected for the Virginia All State College All Stars for two of her four years.
Inducted: June 1, 2013

Barbara Norris Woodward '65
Annapolis, MD
Lacrosse, field hockey
Participated in the USLTA and has been an active member of the Atlanta Lawn Tennis Association
Inducted: June 4, 2005

Mary Elise Yarnall '80
Philadelphia, PA
Basketball, field hockey, lacrosse
Plays with Philadelphia's Women's Lacrosse Association
Inducted: June 5, 1999