Listing By Induction Class
- Class of 1972 -
|Nicholas G. Werkman III||Basketball||60's|| |
Second on the all-time scoring list (2,273) career points... One of four players with over 1,000 career points and 1,000 career rebounds... Led the nation in scoring in 1963.
- Class of 1973 -
Owen T. Carroll
Legendary coach who had 300 victories as well as two NCAA District II Championships and two College World Series appearances
Richard E. Davies
Two-time All-American and leading scorer for three seasons... On NBA's Silver Anniversary team.
Edward A. Dierickx
Member of "Friends of Seton Hall University" and an honorary member of the Seton Hall Alumni Federation.
Walter J. Dukes Jr.
All-American and Haggerty Award recipient... All-time leading rebounder (1,697) and member of the 1953 NIT Champions.
Louis E. Kernan
Member of the Board of Trustees, former president of the "Friends of Seton Hall University", and member of the President's Advisory Board.
Thaddeus S. Lepcio
Member of the 1950 NCAA District II Champions that qualified for the College World Series.
Francis P. Meehan
One of the first "big men" to play college basketball
Richard J. Regan
Ranks 20th on all-time scoring list (1,167) and member of the 1953 NIT Champions... Had 112 wins as coach.
John D. "Honey" Russell
Coach of the 1953 NIT championship team... Holds a career record of 295-129.
Frank B. Saul
First basketball player to score 1,000 career points (1,011).
Andrew W. Stanfield
Track & Field
Three-time National AAU 60 yard and 200 meter champion... Won three Olympic gold medals in 1952 and 1956.
- Class of 1974 -
|Harry T. Boutsikaris||Fencing||40's|| |
Lifetime Achievement Award, 1989
|Rev. James A. Carey||Athletic Director|| |
Dynamic administrator who led Seton Hall to national prominence in the 40's and 50's
|Robert L. Carter||Track & Field||50's|| |
Member of mile relay team which won 1951 Indoor Intercollegiate and National Championship... Anchored Seton Hall to five straight mile relay championships in Madison Square Garden
|Dean V. Cetrulo||Fencing||40's|| |
National Intercollegiate Champion in the foil and sabre... Won the bronze medal in both at the 1948 Olympics
|Dr. Gerald I. Cetrulo||Fencing||'37-'42|| |
Introduced fencing to Seton Hall... Led the Pirates to 70 straight victories, two National Collegiate Championships, and four Eastern Collegiate Championships.
|Leslie A. Fries||Baseball, Basketball||20's|| |
Captain of the baseball team and three-year captain of the basketball team.
|John C. Henderson||Honorary|| |
Loyal athletics fan who was member of the University Board of Trustees.
|Thomas A. Murphy||Honorary|| |
Served as a scout for basketball coaches John "Honey" Russell and Richie Regan.
|Edward A. Sadowski||Basketball||30's|| |
All-America honorable mention in 1940.
|Robert F. Wanzer||Basketball||40's|| |
Led 1946-47 team to a 24-3 and had number retired... Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame inductee
- Class of 1975 -
|Harry A. Coates||Track Coach||20's-40's|| |
Coached some of the greatest relay teams in school history, in addition to a number of Olympians.
|Msgr. Thomas G. Fahy||Athletic Director||50's|| |
Served as athletic director for several years in the 1950's.
|Michael W. Hannon||Baseball, Basketball||50's|| |
Member of the 1953 NIT Champions... Hit .355 while playing right field.
|Msgr. James F. Kelley||Honorary|| |
Youngest person to serve as president of a university when appointed in 1935
|Chester A. Lipski||Track & Field||40's|| |
Anchor of the two-mile relay team that set a then-world record at the 1942 Navy Relief Games.
|John A. Macknowski||Basketball||40's|| |
Member of the 1946-47 team that went 24-3.
|Albert L. Mamaux||Baseball Coach||'37-'42|| |
Compiled a 69-19 record, with an undefeated season in 1942.
|Stephen Nagy||Baseball||40's|| |
Posted a collegiate pitching record of 22-1 with 13 consecutive wins
|William T. Nolan||Baseball||50's|| |
All-American in his senior season with a batting average of .392.
|Joseph M. Robertson||Honorary|| |
Involved with the Winners' Circle, the Diamond Club, and "Friends of Seton Hall"
|William R. Sheppell||Soccer||40's|| |
Three-time All-American (1948-50) who scored 3l career goals
- Class of 1976 -
|Samuel D'Ambola||Fencing||40's|| |
Member of the 1942 Eastern Intercollegiate Champion team that won 68 straight matches
|Milton A. Feller||Baseball||20's|| |
Outstanding outfielder for the baseball team from 1922 to 1925
|Rev. Francis J. Finn||Honorary|| |
One of the originators of the annual "Friends of Seton Hall" dinner.
|Peter X. Finnerty||Baseball, |
Captained baseball and basketball teams... Member of the undefeated basketball squad in 1940.
|James Hanna||Soccer||50's|| |
Three-time All-American... Played for teams which put together two 18-game unbeaten streaks.
|Rev. John J. Horgan||Athletic Director|| |
Athletic Director from 1960 to 1972... Responsible for the building of the athletic "bubble".
|O. Lawrence Keefe||Honorary|| |
Was the first full-time sports information director
|Msgr. Charles E. Lillis||Athletic Director|| |
Athletic Director from 1927 to 1945... Founder and director of the Seton Hall Track Carnival.
|Rev. Jon J. Outwater||Baseball, |
Captain of the basketball team from 1924 to 1927
|Harry F. Singleton||Baseball, Basketball, |
Seton Hall's first All-Eastern selection in basketball and soccer.
|Phillip Thigpen Sr.||Track & Field||40's|| |
National AAU 1,000 yard champion in 1948 and three-time IC4A champion
- Class of 1977 -
|Edward A. Coppola||Honorary|| |
Head athletic trainer for over 30 years
|Morris J. Currota||Track & Field||50's|| |
Ran on mile relay teams which won IC4A indoor and outdoor titles in 1951... Member of 1948 and 1952 Australian Olympic Teams.
|Francis E. Delany|| |
|30's & 40's|| |
Four-year member of basketball team and captain of the 15-1 baseball squad
|George J. Germann Sr.||Track & Field||60's|| |
On 1963-64 National AAU two-mile relay championship team.
|Frank J. Hill Sr.||Basketball Coach||'11-'30|| |
Compiled a 191-75-1 record as head coach.
|Msgr. Michael W. Hornack||Baseball, |
Gifted athlete who played baseball and basketball.
|Edward W. Madjeski||Baseball, Basketball, |
Earned nine letters in three sports.
|John J. Monteleone||Baseball, |
Career batting average of .335 and honorable mention All-America as a goalkeeper.
|Austin M. Prokop||Fencing||40's|| |
Member of Eastern Intercollegiate Championship team and individual titlist in the foil.
|Thomas J. Sheridan||Honorary|| |
Worked at Seton Hall for over 30 years... Has annual award in his memory for baseball player.
|John S. Tracey||Baseball||60's|| |
All-American in 1964 for team which went to College World Series
- Class of 1978 -
|Gary G. Cavallo||Baseball, |
Scored 820 points and had 504 career rebounds... Compiled a three-year ERA of 2.31 while making a College World Series appearance.
|Edwin J. Collins||Honorary|| |
Outstanding athlete at Seton Hall Prep who had a promising career cut short in football accident. Despite losing part of his lower leg, earned a varsity letter playing goalkeeper for the Seton Hall soccer team.
|Most Rev. John J. Dougherty||Honorary|| |
University President from 1959 to 1969 who held strong beliefs in the value of athletics to education process
|Richard W. Gaines||Basketball||50's|| |
Ranks 11th on all-time scoring list (1,511) and played on two NIT teams
|Herbert J. Germann||Track & Field||60's|| |
First NCAA Champion in school history in any sport (1,000 yard run)
|Edward J. Heine Sr.||Baseball, |
Track & Field
Only four-sport letterman in school history with a total of 11.
|Kenneth House||Basketball||70's|| |
One of four athletes to have compiled 1,000 points (1,670) and 1,000 rebounds (1,149) in career.
|Melvin Knight||Basketball||70's|| |
Had 775 career points and 243 rebounds, despite playing just 50 career games because of injuries.
|Robert N. Knoth||Baseball||40's|| |
One of the greatest hitters in SHU baseball history, twice hitting over .400 (.485 and .403) in his career.
|Edward R. Petrie||Basketball||50's|| |
Scored 943 points during his career... Member of 1955-56 NIT team
|Kenneth P. Pine||Baseball, |
On basketball team that won 41 consecutive games and posted a 25-3 pitching record.
- Class of 1979 -
|Harry Brooks||Basketball||50's|| |
Member of the 1953 NIT Championship team... Scored 856 points in his career.
|Brian D. Conlan||Football||30's|| |
Captain of three Seton Hall football teams, playing both offense and defense
|Richard E. Dec||Basketball||60's|| |
All-America honorable mention... Had 1,123 career points, while never missing a game.
|John V. Donovan Jr.||Basketball||70's|| |
School record-holder for shutouts in a season (5) and complete games (21)... Second in nation in 1969 with a 0.62 ERA
|Peter D. Jones Sr.||Baseball, |
Third leading scorer on the basketball team for two seasons
|Charles F. Lorenzo||Basketball||50's|| |
Member of three NIT teams in the 1950's... Scored 775 points in his career.
|Richard E. Marks||Baseball||50's|| |
Owns a career batting average of .377 for 1958 and 1959 Metropolitan Conference champions
|James E. Reynolds||Honorary|| |
Served on the Alumni Board of Directors... Charter member of the "Friends of Seton Hall".
|James H. Scheick||Football||60's|| |
Club Football All-American in 1968 and 1969.
|Charles Slade||Track & Field||50's|| |
Member of two Intercollegiate champion mile-relay team and squad which won five straight championship events at Madison Square Garden
|Frank J. Tracey||Honorary|| |
High school basketball coach who had tremendous influence in bringing athletes to Seton Hall.
- Class of 1980 -
|Louis C. Benza||Swimming||50's|| |
Three-time Eastern Collegiate backstroke and freestyle champion.
|Melvin J. Dalton||Track & Field||20's|| |
Undefeated in all cross country and two-mile events in 1925... U.S. Olympic team member in steeplechase in 1928
|Anna Cavanaugh Dierickx||Honorary|| |
First woman inducted into the Hall of Fame... Strong supporter of Seton Hall Athletics, was a member of groups such as Owen T. Carroll Diamond Club.
|Theodore A. Fiore||Baseball||60's|| |
All-District II team as an outfielder while driving in 37 runs.
|Robert A. Issler||Baseball, |
Undefeated as a freshman pitcher... Won both Metropolitan and New Jersey Public Golf Championships
|Raymond Keyes||Baseball||30's|| |
Shortstop who compiled a career average of .377
|Rev. Daniel A. Murphy||Honorary|| |
Considered one of the prime authorities on Seton Hall athletics history.
|Arnold W. Ring||Basketball||50's|| |
Member of three NIT teams, including 1953 champions... Earned All-NIT Second Team honors.
|Joseph S. Ritter M.D.||Baseball||50's|| |
Captain of the 1959 team and District II All Star at shortstop.
|Frank L. Spatuzzi||Baseball||30's|| |
Played four years, hitting over .400 two seasons.
|A. Zachary Yamba||Soccer||60's|| |
Scored 21 goals in 1962, a record that lasted for 24 years
- Class of 1981 -
|William Belfer||Track & Field||60's|| |
School record holder in the shot put and discus and IC4A champion
|Alfred Booth||Baseball||40's|| |
Played on the 11-0 team in 1942... Batted .477 as a sophomore.
|Frederick F. Buechel M.D.||Wrestling||60's|| |
First wrestler to be inducted... Won numerous AAU and collegiate titles
|Norman J. Dermody Jr.||Baseball||60's|| |
School record holder in career shutouts (9) and tied for complete games (21)... 1967 Met Conference Pitcher of the Year.
|William J. Eyres||Honorary|| |
A major supporter of the university... Founder of the Winners' Circle for the basketball program.
|Aaron Kurtzman||Swimming||50's|| |
All-American in the butterfly while winning three Eastern Intercollegiate titles.
|James R. Reardon||Honorary|| |
Co-founder of the Owen T. Carroll Diamond Club.
|Paul Riccardi||Fencing||40's|| |
Won four Eastern Intercollegiate epee titles and U.S. Intercollegiate foil title.
|Robert Saugstad||Golf||60's|| |
Placed in top-10 individually as team earned a fourth-place finish at the 1968 Metropolitan Intercollegiate Golf Championships.
|Golden L. Sunkett||Basketball||60's|| |
Set the single season assist record (197) and still holds record for per game average (8.57).
|Louis F. Welaj||Baseball||40's|| |
Helped Pirates put together a 26-game winning streak over 1941 and 1942 seasons.
- Class of 1982 -
|Thomas H. Boutsikaris||Fencing||70's|| |
All-American in foil in 1975 and 1976... Posted a 113-3 career record
|Howard Brock||Track & Field||70's|| |
All-American, All-IC4A, and All-New Jersey selection... Ran on 14 championship relay teams
|John P. Caufield||Honorary|| |
Established the basketball season ticket program... Conducted basketball and baseball clinics in the city of Newark.
|Richard Cerone||Baseball||70's|| |
All-American catcher and Academic All-American in 1975... Number-one draft choice of the Cleveland Indians in 1975.
|Gerald E. Dalton||Honorary|| |
Student manager for basketball and track teams... Chairman of the first Hall of Fame Committee.
|Benjamin F. Fields||Track & Field||70's|| |
School record holder in the high jump... All-American in 1975, while ranking among the top 10 high jumpers in the world.
|Frank S. Fletcher||Track & Field||40's|| |
Ran on world-record setting two-mile relay team in 1942.
|Rev. Francis D. Reynolds||Baseball, |
Track & Field
Star fullback for the football team and a high jumper.
|Albert Senavitis||Basketball||60's|| |
Top playmaker who scored 904 career points.
|John H. Suminski||Basketball||60's|| |
Scored 846 points in his career.
|Richard S. Wieczezak||Baseball||60's|| |
All-America third team and member of 1964 College World Series squad.
- Class of 1984 -
|Gregory Boutsikaris||Fencing||70's|| |
Compiled a 124-20 career record... Member of three North Atlantic Conference Championship teams
|Paul W. Choi||Tennis||50's|| |
Posted a 41-3 career record including tournament competition.
|Robin Cunningham||Basketball, |
First woman to receive an athletic scholarship and have number retired (32)... Scored 1,003 career points while posting a 52-15 record in tennis singles.
|Alfred Daley||Track & Field||70's|| |
Two-time All-American ... Member of 1976 and 1980 Jamaican Olympic mile relay teams
|Larry Falcon||Baseball||60's|| |
Owned a 14-4 career record with a career ERA of 1.26.
|Msgr. William Noe Field||Honorary|| |
First basketball season ticket holder after Walsh Gym was built, never missing a home game through 1966
|Paul Horowitz||Honorary|| |
Historian and publicity director for first 10 years of the Athletic Hall of Fame.
|John P. Ligos||Basketball||50's|| |
On team that compliled a record of 60-25 and qualified for two NIT berths.
|Glenn Mosley||Basketball||70's|| |
One of four players to record 1,000 points (1,441) and 1,000 rebounds in a career... Led nation in rebounding in 1977 (16.3).
|Charles Puleo||Baseball||70's|| |
Had a 21-7 record with 172 strikeouts for two College World Series teams.
|William Raftery||Basketball Coach||'70-'81|| |
Career record of 154-141 with four ECAC post-season berths and two NIT bids
- Class of 1986 -
|Roy N. Belliveau||Basketball, |
Track & Field
Record holder in the javelin... Scored 652 career points in basketball.
|Edward A. Blankmeyer||Baseball||70's|| |
First player recruited by coach Mike Sheppard... Batted .418 as a sophomore, ranked 18th in the nation
|Leslie S. Chavies||Basketball||70's|| |
Ranks seventh on all-time scoring list (1,360 points)... Member of the 1979 EAIAW Small College Champion team
|Robert B. Fisher||Basketball||40's|| |
Second leading scorer on basketball team that posted a 55-5 record over three years.
|Msgr. Edward J. Fleming||Honorary|| |
Worked to enrich varsity sports at the university... Served as chairman of the Athletic Council.
|Todd Heimer||Baseball||70's|| |
Notched a 20-7 career pitching record with a career 2.92 ERA.
|Charles Joseph||Track & Field||70's|| |
Two-time All-American and All-IC4A honoree eight times
|Rev. Michael E. Kelly||Honorary|| |
Member of the University Athletic Council and chairman of the Athletic Hall of Fame... Chaplain to the football and wrestling teams.
|Peter A. Milone||Fencing||40's|| |
Four-time gold medalist at the Eastern Intercollegiate Conference championships with a 127-5 record.
|Joseph E. Polinski||Soccer||50's|| |
Led the team in scoring from 1950 to 1952.
|Gregory M. Tynes||Basketball||70's|| |
One of only three players to have over 2,000 career points, 2,059 3rd all-time... Honorable mention All-American
- Class of 1989 -
|Martin Caffrey||Baseball||70's|| |
Pitched in the College World Series two times... Earned run average ranked among the top 10 nationally.
|Dan Callandrillo||Basketball||80's|| |
Fourth all-time leading scorer (1,985 points)... BIG EAST Player of the Year and the nation's third leading scorer in 1982.
|Victor J. DiFilippo||Honorary|| |
Lifetime Achievement Award
|Sue (Dilley) Regan||Women's Basketball Coach||'73-'85|| |
Won 193 games and made six AIAW Tournament appearances with a title in 1979... School's first female athletic administrator and basketball coach
|Kevin Hennessey||Track & Field||60's|| |
Won three national championships as a member of the two-mile relay teams.
|Robert Holm||Basketball||40's|| |
Standout for teams that won 39 straight games over a two-year span.
|Rev. John J. Mannion||Honorary|| |
Served as University chaplain for athletic teams and the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund.
|Nick Menza||Soccer Coach||'56-'84|| |
Second on all-time coaching wins list for soccer with 106 in 27 seasons.
|John Morris||Baseball||80's|| |
All-America First Team as a junior... Set 12 school records while playing
|John Murphy||Basketball & Tennis Coach||60's-80's|| |
Assistant basketball coach for 10 years and freshman team coach for eight years.
|Derrick Peynado||Track & Field||80's|| |
Seven-time All-American and Member of 1981 and 1982 BIG EAST indoor champion teams.
|Msgr. Joseph P. Tuite||Honorary|| |
Assistant athletic director and director of the basketball office in the 1940's
- Class of 1991 -
|Pamela M. Cerruti||Basketball||70's|| |
Ranks 10th all-time in assists (280) and finished with 817 career points.
|Anthony P. Cuccolo||Basketball||60's|| |
Tenacious defender who also scored 921 career points.
|Nicholas Galis||Basketball||70's|| |
Ranks as the 9th all-time leading scorer (1,651) points and 7th in assists (410)... Averaged 27.5 ppg, third in nation as senior.
|James Lampariello||Administration|| |
Director of Sports Promotion from 1978 to 1982.
|Phyllis A. Mangina|| |
All-time leader in steals (269) and tied for second in assists (441).
|Charles Mitchel||Basketball||60's|| |
Scored 944 points in his career.
|Patrick M. Pacillo||Baseball||80's|| |
Third team All-American in 1984... Helped team to a 41-13 record and an NCAA East Regional berth
|Susan G. Patton||Women's Tennis Coach||'72-'90|| |
Posted winning seasons in 17 of 18 years, with a career record of 162-57-1... Won the NJAIAW championship in 1982 and 1983
|Michael Paul||Track & Field||80's|| |
BIG EAST Indoor Champion in the 400 meters in 1981... Ranked number-two in the world in the 400 meters.
|Michael Sheppard Jr.||Baseball||80's|| |
Outstanding fielding shortstop, had 115 consecutive chances without making an error.
|Frank E. Walsh Jr.||Honorary|| |
Major supporter of the University's athletic program... Chair of the Board of Regents.
- Class of 1996 -
|Craig A. Biggio||Baseball||80's|| |
Career collegiate batting average of .342... Single season school record holder in games played (61) and runs scored (97).
|Michael Sheppard Sr.||Baseball Coach||'73-Present|| |
First active coach to be inducted into the Hall of Fame... 12 NCAA Tournament bids, two College World Series appearances... Three-time BIG EAST Coach of the Year.
|John W. Valentin||Baseball||80's|| |
All-American third team and All-BIG EAST, hitting .392 as a junior.
|Maurice "Mo" Vaughn||Baseball||80's|| |
Three-time All-American and BIG EAST Player of the Decade... Career batting average of .417 and school's all-time career leader in home runs and RBI
- Class of 1997 -
|Mark Bryant||Basketball||80's|| |
All-BIG EAST in 1988 and member of the first Pirate team to appear in the NCAA Tournament.
|Timothy A. Byron||Baseball||80's|| |
In four seasons, never posted a losing record... Owns more career victories than any other pitcher.
|Charles Doehler||Freshman Baseball Coach|| |
Freshman baseball coach for 15 years with a winning percentage of .950... Credited with the development of many of Seton Hall's great players.
|Ozelina Graham||Basketball||80's|| |
Ranks second all-time in four categories- points (1,668), rebounds (1,224), steals (252), and field goals made (665).
|Donald Horn||Honorary|| |
Founder of the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund in 1960, known then as "Friends of Seton Hall University"
|John Moon||Track & Field Coach||'72-Present|| |
Three-time BIG EAST Coach of the Year and 1994 National Women's Coach of the Year... Has coached 19 Olympians, five NCAA Champions and 64 All-Americans.
|John Morton||Basketball||80's|| |
Member of 1989 Final Four team who ranks 10th on all-time scoring list (1,621).
|Al Negratti||Basketball||40's|| |
Key member of the John "Honey" Russell teams that compiled a record of 71-7
|Pat O'Kelly||Soccer||80's|| |
First Team All-American and BIG EAST Player of the Year twice... Academic All-American and Hermann Trophy Finalist while totaling 106 points for his career.
|John Rutherburg||Baseball||40's|| |
Member of teams from 1940 to 1942 which won 41 straight games
|Msgr. Edwin V. Sullivan||Honorary|| |
Baseball team's chaplain for over 25 years
|Andrew Valmon||Track & Field||80's|| |
Three-time All-American and holder of three records... Two-time Olympic gold medalist on 1984 and 1988 mile relay teams
- Class of 2000 -
|Frank Fox||Track & Field||40's|| |
Member of mile relay teams which captured two IC4A and Millrose game championships... Was a 1948 All-American.
|John Gibson||Track & Field Coach||'45-'72|| |
Legendary coach who guided Seton Hall athletes to numerous national and intercollegiate championships, in relays and individual events.
- Class of 2002 -
|Harry Bright||Track & Field||'48-'51|| |
Member of mile relay teams which won the back-to-back Millrose Games titles and the National AAU Sprint Medley Championship
|Jodi Brooks||Basketball||90's|| |
Helped Pirates reach a new level with the berth in the NCAA "Sweet 16" and national ranking of 14th in 1994... Honorable mention All-America who became the second woman in program history to have her number retired
|P.J. Carlesimo||Basketball Coach||'82-'94|| |
Coach who led Pirates to the 1989 Final Four and was the national Coach of the Year... Compiled a 212-166 record in 12 seasons with seven invitations to post-season play.
|Terry Dehere||Basketball||'89-'93|| |
All-time leading scorer and consensus All-American... First Pirate to have his number retired while an active player
|Marteese Robinson||Baseball||80's|| |
Nation's leading hitter in 1987 for the BIG EAST champion team... Named the NCAA's Co-Player of the Year and an All-American.
- Class of 2004 -
|Casie Alexander||Volleyball||90's|| |
First Inductee from the volleyball program... Graduated as the all-time NCAA leader in service aces (416).
|David Gerstein||Honorary|| |
Co-founder of Pirate Blue Athletic Fund and co-chair of the Richie and Sue Regan Endowed Fund for Athletics.
|Flirtisha Harris||Track & Field||90's|| |
Earned All-America status in 400 meter run or 1600 meter relay 13 times during her career
|Kenneth Kunzman||Honorary|| |
Co-founder of Pirate Blue Athletic Fund and co-chair of the Richie and Sue Regan Endowed Fund for Athletics.
|Matt Morris||Baseball||90's|| |
First Team All-American in 1995...First round draft pick of St. Louis Cardinals and eventual National League All-Star
|Frank Turner||Track & Field||40's & 50's|| |
Member of mile-relay team that won IC4A and NYAC championships at Madison Square Garden...Ran lead-off leg on dominant relay team of the early 1950's.
|Jerry Walker||Basketball||90's|| |
1993 BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year...Led Pirates to two BIG EAST titles and three NCAA appearances.
|Dana Wynne||Basketball||90's|| |
All-time leader in rebounding in BIG EAST play...Led nation in rebounding in 1996...Three-time honorable mention All-America.
- Class of 2006 -
|Ian Hennessey||Soccer||80's|| |
Finished his career as the No. 2 scorer in school history with 134 points....Third Team All-American in 1987 and played professional soccer in the United States for much of the 1990's.
|Julius Nicolai||Baseball, Basketball||50's|| |
Junior year he went 5-1 with a 0.83 earned run average, ranking him eighth in the nation in that category. Created the Julius A. Nicolai Endowed Fund for Baseball as an alumnus.
|Ramon Ramos||Basketball||80's|| |
Earned First Team All-BIG EAST honors in 1988-89... Scored 1,017 points at and pulled down 631 rebounds... Career field goal percentage of .557 ranks first all time
|Angela Williams||Track & Field||80's|| |
First female All-American at Seton Hall... School record-holder in three events... Four-time BIG EAST Champion... Competed in the 1984 and 1988 Summer Olympics for her native Trinidad.
|Robert J. Wussler||Honorary|| |
Generous supporter of Seton Hall athletics and is a former member of the University's Board of Regents.
|Hector Zamora||Soccer||80's & 90's|| |
First Team All-American and an All-BIG EAST First Team selection...Two-year captain... Tallied seven goals and 12 assists in four seasons
- Class of 2008 -
|Tracy Baskin||Track & Field||80's|| |
Three-time NCAA All-America, National champion at 800-meters and the #1 ranked college athlete in the country,captured the bronze medal in the 1,000-meters
|Dana Brown||Baseball||80's|| |
Career leader in games played (215), at bats (743), runs scored (207) and walks (155)... Helped lead SHU to Conference title in 1987
|Mary Beth Childs||Honorary|| |
Former member of the Seton Hall women's tennis and men's golf teams...Instrumental in Seton Hall's partnership with Lincoln Mercury
|Arturas Karnisovas||Basketball||90's|| |
One of only two players in conference history to win two BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete of the Year awards (1993, 1994)
|Msgr. Richard Liddy||Men's Basketball Team Chaplain and Administrator|| |
Served as the men's basketball team chaplain for 24 years, rarely missing a game, great sports fan and former athlete
|Manfred Schellscheidt||Soccer Coach||'88-'11|| |
Became the school's winningest soccer coach in history,guided the Pirates to over 200 victories, two BIG EAST Championships, nine NCAA Tournament berths, seven conference title game appearances and a trip to the NCAA Sweet 16 in 2001.
|Kelly Smith||Soccer||90's|| |
First and only player in the program's history to receive All-America honors, she was named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year three times, NCAA statistical champion in goals and points per game in 1998 and 1999
|Shana Williams||Track & Field||90's|| |
Seven-time NCAA All-America and 13-time BIG EAST champion, first woman in BIG EAST history to win the outdoor high jump four times
- Class of 2010 -
|Phil Cundari||Baseball||80's|| |
Named BIG EAST Pitcher of the Year in 1985, his 1.22 ERA that year remains the conference's single-season record... Ranks 2nd all-time in career wins at Seton Hall, 3rd in starts, and 6th in strikeouts.
|Adrian Griffin||Basketball||90's|| |
One of only three Seton Hall players to be named BIG EAST basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year... Ranks 18th all-time in points (1,414)...Also ranks in the career top 10 in rebounds, steals and field goal percentage
|Peter Matischak||Soccer||80's|| |
School's all-time leader in goals (59), assists (34), and points (152). BIG EAST Player of the Year in 1986
|Megan Meyer||Softball||00's|| |
Two time All-American...Holds school records in career wins (81), strikeouts (686), and innings pitched (774.2).
|George Ring||Honorary|| |
Served as University Regent, member of the Board of Trustees, and received the Distinguished Alumnus of the Year award
|Geraldine Saintilus Smith||Basketball||80's|| |
Averaged 21.8 points per game as a senior...School's all-time leader in points (1,804)
|Eugene Smith||Golf||90's|| |
One of only two Pirates to win the BIG EAST Individual Championship...School's all-time leader in tournament wins (6) and current record holder for lowest par-72, three-round, two-round, and individual round scores.
|Mark Whitford||Honorary|| |
A former standout wrestler, died while battling the blaze at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
- Class of 2012 -
|Ryan Costigan||Golf||90's||Became first golfer in school history to capture BIG EAST Championship ('96). Led Pirates to consecutive appearances in NCAA East Regional Championship in 1998 and 1999.|
|George Ramos Curvy||Baseball||70's||Seton Hall's first African-American All-American and part of a Pirates squad that made back-to-back College World Series appearances in 1974 and 1975.|
|Al Frungillo||Honorary||A loyal and dedicated supporter of Seton Hall University, his philanthropic efforts have contributed to the advancement of a number of university, athletics and law school initiatives.|
|Nolle Graham ||Track & Field ||00's||A five-time All-American and nine-time BIG EAST champion in the long jump. Named Most Outstanding Performer at the 2001 BIG EAST Outdoor Championships and set the conference record for indoor long jump distance in 2002.|
|Shaheen Holloway ||Basketball ||90's||Three-time All-BIG EAST selection who helped lead the Pirates to the Sweet 16 in 1999-00. Ranks as the school's all-time leader in assists and among the top-three in steals while scoring over 1,500 career points. |
|Sacha Kljestan ||Soccer ||00's|| |
First-Team All-American in 2004 and Third-Team selection in 2005. Earned First-Team All-BIG EAST honors in consecutive seasons (04-05). Led SHU to three NCAA Tournament appearances from 2003-05.
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|Andre Barrett ||Basketball||00's||One of the best point guards in school history, he was a two-time All-BIG EAST selection and the 2004 Haggerty Award winner. Led SHU to the 2004 NCAA Tournament and is one of four Pirates with over 1,000 points, 400 rebounds and 400 assists in his career. |
|Rico Bellini ||Baseball||70's||Co-captain as a shortstop for Pirates teams that made back-to-back College World Series appearances in 1974 and 1975.|
|Joe Burke ||Wrestling||90's||Seton Hall's first All-American wrestler, an honor he earned twice as a Pirate. He placed fourth at the national tournament in 1993 and third in 1995. Finished his Seton Hall career with a 112-12 record and went 148-20-1 overall as a collegian. |
|Gerson Echeverry ||Soccer ||90's||A three-time All-BIG EAST selection who was BIG EAST Rookie of the Year in 1990 and BIG EAST Player of the Year and a Third Team All-American in 1991. Named Most Outstanding Player at 1991 BIG EAST Championship as SHU won its fourth conference title. |
|Jennifer Heider-Berenyi ||Swimming ||90's||First female swimmer to be inducted into SHU Athletics Hall of Fame. Became first Pirate to win a BIG EAST Championship when she won two backstroke titles as a freshman in 1991. Finished her career with four individual conference titles, the most in program history. |