A rundown of all this year’s inductees
All-Conference player at West Chester (1964-67).
One of NCAA Division II’s topfive head coaches in career wins and winning percentage. In 25 seasons, he amassed a 213-69-1 record (.754).
Was 40-13 with three division titles at West Chester (1984-88).
Was 173-56-1 at Bloomsburg (19932012).
Named AFCA District I Coach of the Year nine times.
Already a member of the WCU’s W. Glen Killinger Football Hall of Fame and the Delaware County Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame.
All-American lacrosse goaltender and three-time NCAA champion at University of Delaware.
Was lacrosse head coach at West Chester Henderson from 1986-2013. Her teams earned seven Ches-Mont titles and three state championships.
Also coached Field Hockey at Henderson, guided Warriors to two District 1 Finals.
Member of Conestoga High School, Delaware and Eastern Pennsylvania Lacorsse halls of fame. RAMZEE STANTON
Starred on Coatesville’s 1998 ChesMont championship basketball team.
Was first-team, All-PSAC East selection during all four years at WCU (1999-2003).
Was named a 2003 Division II First Team All American.
Guided the Rams to an 83-32 record and division titles in 2000 and 2002.
Is No. 2 on WCU’s all-time rebounding list (1,142), and fourth in career scoring average (17.6).
Played 10 years as a pro in Argentina, and was a two-time all-star. AMANDA BROWN STREETER All-time leading basketball scorer at Unionville (2,266 points), and holds the single-game scoring record (44).
Led the Indians to three conference titles; was a threetime Nike All-American (2001-03).
Was a First Team All-Big Ten pick at Penn State (2007).
Became just second PSU player to accumulate 1,000points, 800 rebounds and 150blocked shots in a career.
38th overall pick in the WNBA Draft.
A four-year starter at Downingtown High School (1989-93) and scored 2,420 career points.
Helped guided Whippets to four District I basketball crowns and two state championships.
Was named Nike All-American and Parade Magazine Third Team All-American.
Four-year starting guard at the University of Virginia, and her teams compiled a 103-25 record with three ACC regular season titles and four straight NCAA Tournament appearances. Virginia’s all-time leader in 3-pointers (220). Seventh pick in the 1997 WNBA Draft and played four seasons with two teams.
A two-sport, four-year letterwinner in field hockey at lacrosse at West Chester East.
Was 1998 Chester County Player of the Year and W.C. East Female Athlete of the Year (1999)
Led Wake Forest to three Final Four field hockey appearances and the 2002 national championship.
Became youngest field hockey head coach in Division I history at St. Louis.
Died tragically of cancer in 2006 at the age of 25. KENNETH GLAH Has competed in more than 70 career Ironman events.
Celebrated his 32nd consecutive start at the Ironman World Championship (2015) and has qualified for unprecedented 33rd.
Is a six-time Ironman Champion. Has won national and world titles in short and longcourse events.
Inducted into the USATriathlon Hall of Fame (2015). CATHERINE WALSH HAY
Was captain of women’s swim team at West Chester for three undefeated seasons.
Has been head swim coach at Villa Maria since the program’s inception in 1999.
Her team’s won 14 straight District 1 titles (2003-16) and six consecutive PIAA Class AA state championships (2011-16).
The Hurricanes have lost just one dual meet since 2010.
Inducted into WCU Athletics Hall of Fame (2015). BILL “GRUMPY” JENKINS
Helped build 30 cars that set national drag racing records.
As a driver, he won 13 NHRA events from 1965-75.
Built engines that Donnie Allison and Mike Swaim used to take the pole position in the 1975 and 1987 races at Daytona , respectively.
Died in 2012
Won the 1964 PSAC and Mid-Atlantic diving championships at West Chester.
Has been diving coach at WCU since 1972 and has groomed over 50 NCAA AllAmericans, 40 YMCA All-Americans and an NCAA champion.
Was inducted into the WCU Hall Of Fame, William Penn Sr. High School Hall of Fame, and into the Pennsylvania Swimming Hall of Fame.