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Mitchell College Hall of Fame Members

 

TAMMY L. CHANDLER

1986 - 1988

SOCCER

AN ALL-AMERICAN SELECTION. SHE LED THE NATION IN GOALS SCORED AND ESTABLISHED A NATIONAL NJCAA RECORD OF 36 GOALS IN A SEASON AND SEVEN GOALS IN A GAME. SHE WAS CHOSEN ALL-NEW ENGLAND FOR TWO YEARS AND LED THE TEAM TO TWO NEW ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS AND PACED THE 1986 TEAM TO A FOURTH PLACE FINISH IN THE NJCAA NATIONAL SOCCER TOURNAMENT.

INDUCTED MAY 19, 2001

 

 

CONNIE A. DUMOND

1989-1991

                        SOCCER                                                                                   SOFTBALL

A FLEET FOOTED CENTER FORWARD.  SHE LED THE WOMENS SOCCER TEAM TO AN UNDEFEATED 17-0 SEASON IN 1989 AND TO TWO NEW ENGLAND SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIPS. SHE WAS TWICE CHOSEN TO THE ALL NEW ENGLAND SOCCER TEAM. A STANDOUT SECOND BASEMAN, SHE WAS ALSO SELECTED TO THE ALL NEW ENGLAND SOFTBALL TEAM.

INDUCTED MAY 19, 2001

 

 

LEEANNE V. HERTSENBERG

1990-1992

BASKETBALL

A NJCAA ALL-AMERICAN AND WBCA KODAK HONORABLE MENTION ALL AMERICAN. SHE LED THE WOMENS BASKETBALL TEAM TO TWO NEW ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS. SHE WAS SELECTED ALL NEW ENGLAND FOR TWO YEARS. AS A FRESHMAN SHE SET THE NJCAA RECORD FOR THE MOST THREE POINT GOALS (117) IN A SEASON. SHE BECAME THE SECOND MITCHELL WOMENS BASKETBALL PLAYER TO SCORE OVER 1,000 POINTS AND GRADUATED AS THE COLLEGE'S LEADING ALL-TIME SCORER.

INDUCTED MAY 19, 2001

 

  

CHARLES J. KADUPSKI

1974-1976

                        BASKETBALL                                                                              SOCCER

AS A NSCAA ALL-AMERICAN FIRST TEAM SELECTION HE WAS TWICE CHOSEN ALL NEW ENGLAND PLAYING SWEEPER HE LED THE 1975 TEAM TO AN UNDEFEATED 15-0 REGULAR SEASON RECORD AND A THIRD PLACE FINISH IN THE NJCAA NATIONAL SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP. AFTER TWO YEARS AT HARTWICK COLLEGE HE WAS DRAFTED BY THE NASL AND PLAYED PROFESSIONALLY FOR TEN YEARS IN THE U.S. AND EUROPE.

INDUCTED MAY 19, 2001

 

 

MICHELLE M. LaFLAMME

1986-1988

                        BASKETBALL                            SOCCER                                   SOFTBALL

AN OUTSTANDING ALL AROUND ATHLETE. SHE PLAYED ON NEW ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS IN THREE DIFFERENT SPORTS. SHE WAS SELECTED ALL NEW ENGLAND AS A POWER FORWARD IN BASKETBALL AND ALL NEW ENGLAND IN SOFTBALL PLAYING THIRD BASE AND SHORTSTOP.

INDUCTED MAY 19, 2001

  

 

ROBERT A. ROVETO

1979-1981

                        BASEBALL                                                                                BASKETBALL

AN OUTSTANDING PITCHER, HE LED THE TEAM IN WINS AND SAVES AND WAS SELECTED TO THE FIRST TEAM ALL NEW ENGLAND BASEBALL TEAM. HE WAS VOTED THE MOST VALUABLE PLAYER ON THE MITCHELL BASEBALL TEAM AND NAMED THE VARSITY M OUTSTANDING MALE ATHLETE IN 1981. HE PLAYED FORWARD AND CENTER ON THE MENS BASKETBALL TEAM. FOLLOWING MITCHELL COLLEGE HE WAS THE WINNING PITCHER IN THE 1982 NCAA DIVISION DIVISION III CHAMPIONSHIP GAME FOR EASTERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY.

INDUCTED MAY 19, 2001

 

  

ANDRE WASHINGTON

1986-1988

BASKETBALL

AN OUTSTANDING GUARD AND FORWARD HE LED THE TEAM TO A 31-19 RECORD. HE WAS SELECTED FIRST TEAM ALL NEW ENGLAND. NAMED TO THE MANCHESTER CC ROTARY CLUB ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM AND VOTED THE MOST VALUABLE PLAYER ON THE MITCHELL BASKETBALL TEAM IN 1988. HE COMPLETED HIS TWO YEAR CAREER AT MITCHELL SCORING A TOTAL OF 983 POINTS.

INDUCTED  MAY 19, 2001

 

 

C. DOUGLAS YARNALL

1964-2001

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS FOR 32 YEARS, HE ESTABLICHED THE MITCHELL COLLEGE ATHLETIC PROGRAM AS ONE OF THE NATION'S MOST SUCCESSFUL. HE ALSO SERVED AS PHYSICAL EDUCATION CHAIR, FACULTY MEMBER, INTRAMURAL DIRECTOR AND MENS BASKETBALL COACH. DURING HIS  TENURE THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT ADDED FIVE ACADEMIC MAJORS AND THE ATHLETIC PROGRAM EXPANDED FROM FOUR MEN'S TEAMS TO 12 TEAMS FOR BOTH MENAND WOMEN.

INDUCTED MAY 19, 2001

 

 

MARJORIE DEMARINO BANKOVICH

1984-1986

                        FIELD HOCKEY                                                                         BASKETBALL

MARJORIE PLAYED CENTER HALFBACK ON THE 1984 TEAM THAT WON THE NEW ENGLAND AND THE NJCAA NATIONAL FIELD HOCKEY CHAMIONSHIPS. SHE WAS SELECTED TO THE ALL NEW ENGLAND AND ALL AMERICAN FIELD HOCKEY TEAMS IN 1985. MARJORIE WAS THE POINT GUARD ON THE 1985 & 1986 DIVISION II NEW ENGLAND WOMEN'S REGION 21 BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS. MARJORIE MADE TWO FREE THROWS WITH THREE SECONDS REMAINING TO WIN THE 1986 NEW ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 94-92. SHE WAS SELECTED ALL NEW ENGLAND IN 1986. MARJORIE WAS THE RECIPIENT OF THE 1986 ALUMNI EXCELLENCE AWARD HONORING DISTINGUISHED ACADEMIC AND ATHLETIC SUCCESS. SHE WENT ON TO A HALL OF FAME FIELD HOCKEY CAREER AT SOUTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY.

INDUCTED MAY 14, 2005

  

 

JAMES W. LENNOX

1969-1976

SOCCER and TENNIS COACH

DURING HIS TENURE HE WAS A DEDICATED PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER AND SOCCER AND TENNIS COACH. HIS SOCCER TEAMS WON THREE REGION 15 CHAMPIONSHIPS. JIM'S SOCCER TEAMS FINISHED 3RD TWICE IN THE NJCAA NATIONAL SOCCER TOURNAMENT. SEVERAL OF HIS PLAYERS WERE SELECTED ALL REGION AND ALL AMERICAN. MANY OF HIS PLAYERS WENT ON TO STAR AT SENIOR COLLEGES AND PLAYED PROFESSIONALLY. HIS HARTWICK COLLEGE TEAM WON THE 1977 DIVISION I NCAA NATIONAL SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP. THROUGHOUT HIS SOCCER COACHING CAREER HE HAS BEEN INVOLVED AT THE NATIONAL, INTERNATIONAL AND OLYMPIC LEVEL.

INDUCTED MAY 14, 2005

 

 

ALLEGRA Y. SCHELL

1991-1993

BASKETBALL

ALLEGRA GRADUATED AS THE ALL-TIME LEADING SCORER IN WOMEN'S BASKETBALL HISTORY. DURING HER TWO YEARS AS A GUARD AT MITCHELL SHE PLAYED ON TWO NEW ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS. BOTH TEAMS ADVANCED TO THE NJCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT. IN THE 1993 NATIONAL TOURNAMENT SHE SET A NATIONAL TOURNAMENT RECORD SCORING A TOTAL OF 100 POINTS IN THREE GAMES. SHE ESTABLISHED THE NJCAA DIVISION II SINGLE SEASON SCORING RECORD WITH 831 POINTS IN 1992-1993. ALLEGRA WAS TWICE SELECTED ALL NEW ENGLAND, TWICE KODAK ALL AMERICAN AND NJCA ALL AMERICAN. IN 1993 SHE TRANSFERRED TO ST. JOHN'S UNIVERSITY WHERE SHE HOLDS THE RECORD FOR THE MOST 3-POINT SHOTS MADE (SIX) IN ONE GAME.

INDUCTED MAY 14, 2005

 

 

REMO IOZZIA

1965-1967

SOCCER and WOMEN'S SOCCER COACH

 

AS A DEFENDER HE LED THE 1965 TEAM TO THE REGION 15 SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP. THE TEAM ADVANCED TO THE NJCAA NATIONAL SOCCER TOURNAMENT AND FINISHED 2ND. REMO WAS THE FIRST WOMEN'S SOCCER COACH AT MITCHELL. DURING HIS 16-YEAR TENURE AS THE WOMEN'S SOCCER COACH HIS TEAMS WON FIVE NEW ENGLAND SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIPS. FIVE OF HIS TEAMS ADVANCED TO THE NJCAA NATIONAL SOCCER TOURNAMENT AND FINISHED FOURTH IN 1986. REMO DEVELOPED 45 ALL NEW ENGLAND AND 10 ALL AMERICAN SOCCER PLAYERS WHO WENT ON TO PLAY AT SENIOR COLLEGES.

INDUCTED MAY 14, 2005

 

 

ROBERT J. LOMAURO

1968-1970

                        SOCCER                                                                                   BASEBALL

AND OUTSTANDING TWO SPORT ATHLETE, BOB PLAYED GAOLIE ON THE 1969 REGION 15 CHAMPIONSHIP SOCCER TEAM. HE WAS NAMED TO THE REGION 15 ALL TOURNAMENT SOCCER TEAM. THE 1969 TEAM FINISHED 3RD IN THE NJCAA NATIONAL SOCCER TOURNAMENT. BOB PLAYED RIGHT FIELD ON THE BASEBALL TEAM AND HAD THE HIGHEST BATTING AVERAGE ON THE TEAM AS A FRESHMAN. AS A SENIOR, HE WAS AWARDED THE VARSITY "M" AWARD AS THE OUTSTANDING ATHLETE AT THE COLLEGE. BOB WENT ON TO PLAY SOCCER AND EARN ALL CONFERENCE HONORS AT RIDER COLLEGE.

INDUCTED MAY 14, 2005

  

 

TINA M. WEIGHTMAN

1990-1992

                        BASKETBALL                                                                            SOFTBALL

AN OUTSTANDING TWO SPORT ATHLETE SHE PLAYED POINT GUARD ON THE WOMENS NEW ENGLAND REGION 21 CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL TEAMS FOR TWO YEARS. THE 1991 TEAM ADVANCED TO THE SWEET SIXTEEN OF THE NJCAA DIVISION I TOURNAMENT. TINA WAS AN ALL NEW ENGLAND SOFTBALL SELECTION IN 1991 AND 1992. PLAYING AS A SHORTSTOP, SHE LED THE 1992 SOFTBALL TEAM TO THE NEW ENGLAND REGION 21 CHAMPIONSHIP AND THE NJCAA NATIONAL SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT.

INDUCTED MAY 14, 2005

 

 

HEATHER D. PULLEN

1990-1992

                        BASKETBALL                                                                            SOFTBALL

STARTING FORWARD AND LEADING REBAOUNDER ON THE 1991-1992 NEW ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL TEAM. SHE WAS NAMED KODAK ALL-AMERICAN IN 1992. SHE WAS THE STARTING PITCHER ON THE 1992 NEW ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIP SOFTBALL TEAM AND NAMED TO THE ALL-NEW ENGLAND SOFTBALL TEAM IN 1991 AND 1992.

INDUCTED OCTOBER 2, 1998

 

  

DANIEL B. MARA

1972-1974

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL COACH FROM 1984-1986 AND 1987-1995. HE ESTABLISHED A NATIONAL RECORD FROM 1987 TO 1995 OF 223 CONSECUTIVE IN SEASON WINS. HIS OVERALL RECORD AT MITCHELL COLLEGE WAS 289 WINS AND 16 LOSSES. HIS TEAM FINISHED THIRD IN THE NATIONAL DIVISION II BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT IN 1994 AND 1995.

INDUCTED OCTOBER 2, 1998

 

 

HUMPHREY P. FRADL

1977-1979

SOCCER

SCORED BOTH GOALS IN MITCHELL'S 2-1 VICCTORY IN THE 1977 NEW ENGLAND REGION XXI CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH AS A FORWARD. HE LED THE TEAM TO THE 1977 NATIONAL SOCCER TOURNAMENT PLAYING SWEEPER. HE WAS SELECTED ALL-AMERICAN IN 1978.

INDUCTED OCTOBER 2, 1998

 

 

FRANCES L. PINHEY

1968-

COACH

STARTED THE MITCHELL WOMEN'S ATHLETIC PROGRAM AND ORIGINALLY SERVED AS THE COACH OF ALL WOMEN'S TEAMS. SHE LED MITCHELL FIELD HOCKEY TO A RECORD FOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS COACHED THE MEN'S TENNIS TEAM TO NUMEROUS NEW ENGLAND TITLES.

INDUCTED JULY 9, 1993

 

 

DAWN ORADINE TEAT

1983-1985

                        FIELD HOCKEY                                                                         SOFTBALL

THE FIRST SOFTBALL PITCHER IN NEW ENGLAND HISTORY TO BE CHOSEN NJCAA ALL-AMERICA. SHE COMILED A 28-2 CAREER RECORD WITH AN ERA OF 0.55. SHE WAS A SUPERIOR DEFENDER ON TWO NATIONAL CHAMPION FIELD HOCKEY TEAMS.

INDUCTED JULY 9, 1993

 

  

JOHN JOSEPH MADDEN

1963-1965

BASKETBALL

A UNANIMOUS ALL-CONFERENCE SLECTION IN 1963-64. HE AVERAGED 18.9 POINTS PER GAME AS MITCHELL ESTABLISHED A COLLEGE RECORD FOR VICTORIES IN A SEASON. THE NEW LONDON NATIVE ALSO LED THE TEAM IN ASSISTS.

INDUCTED JULY 9, 1993

 

  

TOMMIE WAYNE NOYCE

1978-1980

BASEBALL

AN OUTSTANDING PITCHER AND FIRST BASEMAN. HE WAS TWICE CHOSEN AS A NEW ENGLAND ALL-STAR BATTED .404 AS A FRESHMAN AND .359 AS SENIOR. HE HAD A CAREER ERA OF 2.10.

INDUCTED JULY 9, 1993

 

  

PAMELA JEAN GLEASON

1982-1984

                        FIELD HOCKEY                                                                         SOFTBALL

A TWO TIME FIELD HOCKEY ALL-AMERICA SELECTION. SHE LED MITCHELL TO THE 1983 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. GRADUATED AS THE COLLEGE'S ALL-TIME LEADING SCORER (37 GOALS). PLAYED ON TWO NEW ENGLAND CHAMPION SOFTBALL TEAMS.

INDUCTED JULY 9, 1993

 

 

JULIE YVONNE HOGAN

1982-1984

BASKETBALL

A TWO-TIME ALL-NEW ENGLAND SELECTION. SHE WAS NAMED ALL-AMERICA IN 1984 GRADUATED AS MITCHELL'S ALL-TIME LEADING IN SCORING, ASSISTS AND STEALS. SHE WENT ON TO COACH COLLEGE BASKETBALL.
INDUCTED JULY 9, 1993

 

  

ABRAHAM BRESLOW

1962-1964

                        SOCCER                                                                                   BASKETBALL

A SOCCER ALL-AMERICAN HE PLAYED ON MITCHELL'S FIRST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP IN 1962. HE CAPTAINED THE 1963 SQUAD WHICH FINISHED AS NATIONAL RUNNER-UP. HE WAS NAMED THE COLLEGE S ATHLETE OF THE YEAR FOR 1963-64.

INDUCTED JULY 9, 1993

 

 

HECTOR EDUARDO CHAVEZ

1968-1970

SOCCER

A GRACEFUL MIDFIELDER, HE WAS CHOSEN ALL-AMERICA AS HE CAPTAINED THE 1969 MITCHELL SIDE TO A REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP AND THIRD PLACE FINISH IN THE NATIONAL TOURNAMENT. THE FIRST OF THREE BROTHERS TO PLAY OR THE PEQUOTS.

INDUCTED JULY 9, 1998