A run­down of all this year’s in­ductees

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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.

KIM JACK­SON

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.

TORA SU­BER

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

RONN JENK­INS

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.

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