Wesley College Announces 2015 Hall of Fame Class

Wesley College Announces 2015 Hall of Fame Class

DOVER, Del. – Wesley College is proud to announce the Wesley College Athletics Hall of Fame class of 2015. The 10-member class is comprised of nine former student-athletes, including one from the institution’s junior college era, and one legendary coach.

Wesley College recognized the Class of 2015 as a part of the Wolverines’ Homecoming Weekend, October 16-18. Each inductee was acknowledged and shared some of their favorite memories from Wesley. Each speech included praise and thanks to their teammates, coaches, and all who impacted them during their time at Wesley.

Rob Frazier, Football (’98) – Frazier was a stalwart on the Wesley football team’s offensive line during his time with the Wolverines. He was a four-year starter, earning 40 consecutive starts in the trenches. Frazier earned two All-Region selections, was named an ECAC All-Star, and was a two-time All-American.

Vandrick Hamlin, Football (’02) – Hamlin was a star wide receiver for the Wolverines, leading the time in receiving in three of his four seasons. He was a two-time All-Conference selection and a CoSIDA All-American. Hamlin served as team captain, and was third in program history in receptions, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns when he graduated.

Anthony Johnson, Football (’07) – Johnson was a menace to opposing offenses throughout his career, leading the Wolverines in sacks twice. He served as a team captain, was a three-time All-Conference selection and also earned All-Region honors. He was an ECAC All-Star and played in the national Senior All-Star Game.

Megan Marvel, Field Hockey/Softball (’01) – Marvel was a two-sport star for the Wolverines, excelling in both field hockey and softball. During her four years, the Wolverines field hockey team posted a 66-17 record, including a 32-1 mark in conference play, and made three ECAC Tournament appearances. Marvel was a two-time All-PAC selection. In softball, Marvel’s 1997 campaign was one of the best in program history as she set four program records: batting .429 with a .671 slugging percentage, clubbing four home runs and driving in 26 RBI.

Rick McCall, Golf Coach – McCall has served as Wesley’s head coach of the men’s golf team for over 20 years. During his tenure, the team has earned 12 conference championships, including 10 consecutive conference crowns, six NCAA Tournament appearances, and three top-10 finishes in the NCAA Tournament including a second place finish in 2002-03. He has been named Conference Coach of the Year nine times and earned three GCAA PING Mid-Atlantic Coach of the Year awards. He has coached 12 All-Americans, 14 All-Region selections, and the only Wolverine to win a National Championship (Chris Noll, 2002).

Amanda Neff, Field Hockey (’07) – Amanda Neff was one of the Wolverines’ best defenders in program history. She was an All-PAC selection all four years of her career and earned one All-Region honor as well. During her time at Wesley, the squad went 56-23 with a 39-4 mark in conference play. In four years, Neff helped the team to two PAC Championships and two NCAA Tournament appearances.

Virginia Roma, Field Hockey/Basketball/Lacrosse/Cross Country (’05) – Roma was Wesley’s renaissance woman, succeeding in every sport she played. In basketball, Roma finished among the program’s top-10 three-point shooters. She boasts top 10 marks in the women’s lacrosse program history, among the leaders in points, goals, ground balls, and caused turnovers. In field hockey, Roma helped her team to 61 wins and three PAC Championships. In her only season running cross country, Roma earned First Team All-PAC honors, and still boasts the eighth-fastest 5000m time in program history. She was named the 2003-04 Wesley College Female Athlete of the Year.

Dave Treiber, Football (’74) – Treiber was a two-year captain and starting left tackle for the Wolverines during their junior college era. He was an All-American and was named Mid-Atlantic Coastal Conference Lineman of the Year. He started in the first ever Junior College All-Star Game, and then went on to University of Pittsburgh where he started, played in the Sun Bowl, and blocked for Heisman Trophy winner and Hall of Famer Tony Dorsett.

Michele Yost, Field Hockey/Softball (’05) – Yost was a great dual-sport athlete, earning a combined four All-PAC selections, two for field hockey and two for softball. She finished her field hockey career with a pair of conference championships and NCAA Tournament appearances. In softball, she set several offensive records. Yost remains in the top 10 in hits, doubles, slugging percentage, and RBI, and still holds the program records in career triples and single-season triples.

Trevor Zimmer, Soccer (’08) – Zimmer was a force to be reckoned with on the soccer field, helping the Wolverines to 47 wins in four years. Zimmer also led the team to two ECAC South Tournament appearances, including one ECAC South Championship. The forward is still ranked among the top five in program history in points, goals, and assists.

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