Wesleyan’s celebrated athletic history includes world class and national caliber athletes, Olympic medalists, NCAA champions, regional titleholders and teams that have won New England titles and placed in national competition. It includes accomplished graduates and coaches who have been innovators and contributors to the evolution of a sport. At the heart of Wesleyan athletics are the students—training, competing and pursuing excellence as Wesleyan scholar-athletes.
Wesleyan’s Athletics Hall of Fame, both online and on campus, is filled with entertaining and enlightening accounts of Cardinals past. Theirs are exciting stories of accomplishment, character, perseverance, courage, loyalty, teamwork and generosity—a rich and proud tradition that will inspire current and future scholar-athletes.
The Wesleyan University Athletics Hall of Fame (HOF) was founded in 2006 through the collaborative work of the Athletics Advisory Council (AAC), the Athletic Department and the Office of University Relations. The HOF is on display in the Warren Street lobby of the Freeman Athletic Center.
Wesleyan announced its 2016 Athletics Hall of Fame class, which will be inducted Friday, October 21, 2016 during Homecoming Weekend. The eighth class features Bill Brooks ’49, P ’71, Jenna Flateman ’04, Alexis Keeler ’02, Peter “Kosty” Kostacopoulos, Don Russell, and the 1994 Wesleyan women’s soccer team. More information on the inductees can be found in the press release. Click here for event details, buying tickets and ceremony information.