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Hall of Fame recognition :

PostPosted: Tue Nov 08, 2016 4:49 am
by MBRer
SMCC Seawolves ‏@SMCCseawolves
SMCC Inducts Hall of Fame Class of 2016:
http://www.gosmccseawolves.com/seawolve ... F_Ceremony

Re: Hall of Fame recognition :

PostPosted: Tue Nov 22, 2016 7:49 am
by Tom Nolette
Pfeiffer earns place in Bowdoin College Athletic Hall of Honor
Lacrosse was one of his passion as he played, coached, officiated the sport

LINCOLNVILLE — Robert Pfeiffer was as much a difference maker in his days as a athlete as he has proven to be during his professional life.

And now the 71-year-old, who has spent the past few decades as a guidance counselor, has been recognized for his athletic acumen, notably though his contributions to Bowdoin College in Brunswick.

Pfeiffer was inducted into the Bowdoin College Athletic Hall of Honor on Saturday, Oct. 8, along with five other Polar Bear athletic standouts.

http://knox.villagesoup.com/p/pfeiffer- ... or/1597182

Re: Hall of Fame recognition :

PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 2:46 am
by Tom Nolette
UNE Athletics‏ @UNESports
@UNESports announces Hall of Fame Class for 2017 #WeAreUNE #GoNoreasters
https://t.co/0qXmcTB7F1

Re: Hall of Fame recognition : Dave Gonyea, longtime CMCC AD

PostPosted: Fri Jun 02, 2017 5:26 am
by Tom Nolette
Dave Gonyea, longtime CMCC AD and coach, to be inducted into USCAA Hall of Fame

... "One of the biggest lessons he's taught me in my time at CMCC is, just because something is good for CM, doesn't mean it's good for the league," CMCC women's basketball coach Andrew Morong said. "And sometimes, what's best for the league, isn't best for CM. Understanding that big picture, he grasped that early on. Being able to navigate the fine line, what's best for everyone else, and selfishly what's best for CM, he does that effortlessly."

Many of the philosophies Gonyea used to help create the league from the shadow of the crumbling NSCAA, which preceded the current league, are apparent to those around him at CMCC today.

"His impact goes beyond college basketball, or men's basketball," Morong said. "I think he's impacted basketball statewide, from feeder programs to colleges.

"The game of basketball is a tool he uses to teach life lessons to young men from all across the world now," Morong added. "It's a tool to get them prepared for the real world, the next stop in their journey."

http://www.sunjournal.com/news/local-sp ... me/2141753

Re: Hall of Fame recognition : Dave Gonyea, longtime CMCC AD

PostPosted: Fri Jun 16, 2017 3:18 am
by Tom Nolette
Longtime Unity College athletic administrator inducted into hall of fame

Gary Zane, who dedicated 30 years of service to Unity College, including a 19-year stint as athletic administrator, was recently inducted into the and United States Collegiate Athletic Association Legacy Hall of Fame.

Zane was one of 14 people inducted into the inaugural hall of fame recently at a dinner in Norfolk, Virginia.

Zane recorded over 200 victories as head coach of the Unity men’s and women’s soccer teams and 100 more guiding the Rams men’s basketball team.

http://bangordailynews.com/2017/06/15/s ... l-of-fame/

Re: Hall of Fame recognition : Dave Gonyea, longtime CMCC AD

PostPosted: Sun Jun 18, 2017 3:11 pm
by bcbc55
Tom Nolette wrote:Dave Gonyea, longtime CMCC AD and coach, to be inducted into USCAA Hall of Fame

... "One of the biggest lessons he's taught me in my time at CMCC is, just because something is good for CM, doesn't mean it's good for the league," CMCC women's basketball coach Andrew Morong said. "And sometimes, what's best for the league, isn't best for CM. Understanding that big picture, he grasped that early on. Being able to navigate the fine line, what's best for everyone else, and selfishly what's best for CM, he does that effortlessly."

Many of the philosophies Gonyea used to help create the league from the shadow of the crumbling NSCAA, which preceded the current league, are apparent to those around him at CMCC today.

"His impact goes beyond college basketball, or men's basketball," Morong said. "I think he's impacted basketball statewide, from feeder programs to colleges.

"The game of basketball is a tool he uses to teach life lessons to young men from all across the world now," Morong added. "It's a tool to get them prepared for the real world, the next stop in their journey."

http://www.sunjournal.com/news/local-sp ... me/2141753


Coach Morang: What an outstanding post about Dave Gonyar's career at CMCC.

Great to see a college coach being allowed by the administration to teach "Life Lessons", as Maine doesn't have enough high school powers-to-be doing that today to allow their coaches who want to teach "Life Lessons", let alone Colleges.

It does my old basketball heart good to see that a college coach like Dave wants to teach "life lessons" in today's political climate.

Always enjoyed reffing Dave's teams games at EMCC over the years as they always were a first class operation.

Congratulations to Coach Gonyar for being inducted into the USCAA Hall of Fame, well-deserved as he has served the conferences CMCC was/is a member of very well over the years.

CMCC certainly has to be proud of his career at CMCC.

Also, the fact that the CMCC's men's and women's basketball teams are the only college basketball teams in Maine at any level, D-1, D-3, NAIA's 2 divisions to win national championships. Congratulations again for that great feat Coach Morang and Coach Gonyar.

Bob Cimbollek

Re: Hall of Fame recognition : Dave Gonyea, longtime CMCC AD

PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2017 3:30 am
by Tom Nolette
Yankee Conference‏ @YSCC8
Three members of the @YSCC8 family inducted into the @USCAA Hall of Fame http://bit.ly/2sqiu0o
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Re: Hall of Fame recognition : UMPI Hall of Fame will induct

PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2017 3:40 am
by Tom Nolette
UMPI Hall of Fame will induct new members

PRESQUE ISLE, Me (WAGM) - The University of Maine Presque Isle will induct four new members into the Owls Hall of Fame. The four all made significant contributions to the Owls success in Athletics.
Adam Smith (1985)
Claudia Labrie (1987)
Jeremy Von Oeson (1998)
Rachel Larlee Bousquet (2004)
The four will be honored during Homecoming weekend in early October.

http://www.wagmtv.com/content/sports/UM ... 89603.html

Re: Hall of Fame recognition :

PostPosted: Fri Aug 18, 2017 2:58 am
by WAGM
County native Meghan Marshall Beaulieu to be inducted into Maine Maritime Hall of Fame

CASTINE, Me (WAGM) - A County native will be inducted into the Maine Maritime Academy Hall of Fame

Meghan Marshall Beaulieu will be inducted into the Mariners Hall of Fame next month. Marshall, a Madawaska graduate, played two sports at MMA. She was a goalie on the soccer team and registered 19 shutouts and is the women's all time leader in save percentage. She also played basketball and holds the single game record for rebounds in a game pulling down 24 rebounds in one contest.

She will be inducted into the William Mottola Athletics Hall of Fame on September 15th during Homecoming Festivities in Castine.

http://www.wagmtv.com/content/sports/Co ... 65283.html

Re: Hall of Fame recognition : USM will induct 7 on Sept 30

PostPosted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 2:38 am
by USM
Al Bean‏ @AlBeanAD
Husky Hall of Fame will induct 7 new members on Sept 30th, Janet Judge & Angel Elderkin to receive special awards. #GoHuskies. @usmhuskies
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