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Athletic Hall of Fame

The Magnificat Athletic Hall of Fame was established in 2010 to celebrate the accomplishments of athletes and coaches who demonstrated the highest standards of sportsmanship, ethical conduct and moral character as athletes and continue to learn, lead and serve in the spirit of Mary’s Magnificat.

Nominations are Open for the 2017 Class of the Magnificat Athletic Hall of Fame

Nominations for this next class of Magnificat Athletic Hall of Fame will be accepted through November 1, 2016. Click here to download and print the nomination form.

Magnificat Athletic Hall of Fame Members

    Class of 2015  
    Therese Chambers Arth
    Michelle Bagi Block ’00
    Becky Kulbago Blue ’90
    Kelly McIntyre Campbell ’91
    Laura DeLong Hummer ’96
    Lori Reinart Kroth ’93
    Eileen Corrigan Pickett ’92
    Ellen Fox Spear ’89


2013 AHOF Class 2_resized

Class of 2013
Karol Kaminski Coundourides ’80
Ginny Waitkus Heffner ’81
Amy Brown Lupson ’94
Katie Niksa ’05
Gloria Polzer


ahof class of 2012 

Class of 2012
Kerry Spicer Bebie ’87
Anne Lawhun Campbell ’98
Larry F. Chernauskas, Sr.
Alison Kemmerling Jimenez ’94
Maureen Ferris Mewett ‘94
Nancy Noonan Oliver ’66*
Sandy Guzowski Supler ’93
Sarah Grealis Walden ’96


Class of 2011 Athletic Hall of Fame inductees


Class of 2011
Nicole Rini Bebie ‘89
Mary Fox Fischer ‘01
Annie Waitkus Kilbane ‘79
Margaret Griffin Leneghan ‘87
Dr. Regis Leonard*
Kara Matus Starkey ‘93
Mr. Ronald Trzcinski




Class of 2010
Sister Claire Young, H.M.
Shirley Doyle
Patricia Ann Mahoney Griffin*
Kathleen Povinelli Presley ’80
Beth Crowley King ’85
Judy Crowley ’85
Melissa Flandera Conrad ’93
Brigid Kennedy Chambers ’95
Julie Devaty Mitchell ’99


From our school’s earliest days, when interscholastic sports were merely a dream for young women, Magnificat was already ahead of the game affirming that physical fitness is an integral part of a holistic education. While Magnificat athletes have earned an abundance of individual and team titles, Magnificat athletics has never been first about trophies and medals. In every competition, our athletes demonstrate to the public values of teamwork, dedication, hard work and respect. We are very proud of our athletes and coaches who always compete to succeed while embodying the spirit of  Magnificat to learn, lead and serve. We honor the achievements of individuals who exemplify the spirit of Mary’s Magnificat both on and off the field. We pay tribute to those who have excelled in athletics and coaching and have enthusiastically dedicated themselves to making Magnificat stronger. We will be forever grateful for their contributions. On behalf of Magnificat High School, thank you to our inductees for representing our school with integrity, dedication and spirit.