DOVER, Del. – Ten former student-athletes, all highly accomplished and wonderfully decorated, make up the newest class of the Wesley College Athletics Hall of Fame. The 2019 class includes Kelly (Caton) Aaronson '08 (Softball), Tarah (Winters) Curl '04 (Cross Country), Amanda Fisher '10 (Field Hockey), Felina Sacchetti '07 (Women's Soccer), Becky Scott '06 (Women's Lacrosse), Daniel Bunnion '08 (Baseball), Brad Evans '99 (Men's Lacrosse), Joseph B. Horn '74 (Football), Grant Morlock '10 (Baseball) and Derek Roberts-Dukes '08 (Men's Soccer).
The distinguished group will be formerly inducted on Friday, October 25, during the 2019 Homecoming Weekend Celebration. The new members will also be recognized at halftime of the Wesley vs. Montclair State University football game on October 26. This class brings the total number of inductees to 185.
Kelly (Caton) Aaronson '08
Easthampton, N.J. / Rancocas Valley
A four-year letter winner, Kelly was named All-Conference 3 times. Caton still holds the record for the most games played in a Wesley uniform (140), At graduation, Caton was tied for the career lead in at bats (409, now tied for second), second in triples (10, now tied for fourth), second in runs batted in (72, now fourth), third in total bases (185, now sixth), third in hits (134, now sixth), third in walks (37, now sixth) and fourth in doubles (25, now seventh).
Tarah (Winters) Curl '04
Dover, Del. / Caesar Rodney
Cross Country (2000-03)
A four-year letter winner in cross country, Curl was a four-time All-PAC runner, earning first team honors three times. Her best finish at the PAC Championships was a third-place finish in 2002. Her best 5,000-meter time was second-best all-time at graduation (19:33, now third) and her 6,000-meter time was third-best at graduation (25:00, now seventh). Tarah was named to the CSAC (Old PAC) 25th Anniversary Team.**
Amanda Fisher '10
Felton, Del. / Lake Forest
Field Hockey (2007-10)
A three-time All-CAC defender, twice making the All-CAC First Team in 2009 and 2010. Fisher was a Dean's List student and a four-year letter winner for the field hockey team. Fisher also made the NFHCA All-American squad three times as a Wolverine. At graduation, Fisher tied for 21st in assists with seven (now is tied for 26th). In 2010, Fisher received the Wentworth Award, which goes to an athlete with outstanding sportsmanship, ethics, character and commitment to her sport. Fisher helped lead the team to the playoffs every year and ECAC 3 of the 4 years.
Felina Sacchetti '07
Haddon Township, N.J. / Haddon Township
Women's Soccer (2003-06)
A four-year standout for the women's soccer program, Felina was a named to the PAC All-conference Team 3 times. At the time of graduation, Sacchetti ranked second in points (74, now fourth) and goals (29, now fourth) and tied for sixth in assists (17, now tied for seventh). She played a major role in two PAC Tournament Championship Runner-ups (2004 & 2006) and was a member of the PAC Academic Honor Roll.
Becky Scott '06
Marlton, N.J. / Cherokee
Women's Lacrosse (2003-06)
A four-year letter winner, Scott was the star in the midfield of the Wolverines women's lacrosse team that went to the PAC Tournament in each of her four years. Scott was a four-time All-PAC honoree. She earned First Team accolades in 2003 and 2005 and Second Team in 2004 and 2006. Scott was the NCAA statistical champion in caused turnovers (71) in 2003. Scott holds the career caused turnover record (167) and was second in career ground balls at graduation (181, now fourth). Becky was named to the CSAC (Old PAC) 25th Anniversary Team.**
Daniel Bunnion '08
Blackwood, N.J. /
A multiple-time Dean's List student, Bunnion was a four-year letter winner at catcher for the baseball team. He was a three-time All-Conference Player (2 PAC, 1 CAC). At graduation, Bunnion was Wesley's all-time leader in runs batted in (127, now sixth), ranked second in doubles (33, now eighth), second in games played (132, now ninth), fourth in hits (154, now 11th) and seventh in batting average (.349, now 13th).
Brad Evans '98
Severna Park, Md. / Severna Park
Men's Lacrosse (1995-98)
Evans' was named Player of the Game in the ECAC Championship as a junior, Defensive MVP as a junior and senior, and a 2-time team captain. The team won two ECAC Championships in 1996 and 1997. As a defensive player, Brad earned three defensive Most Valuable Player titles for his outstanding play and leadership on the field. He was also one of the Top scoring Defenders in program history upon graduation.
Joseph B. Horn '74 (Junior College)
Horn walked on at Wesley Junior College in 1972 and played cornerback, kicker, punter and quarterback. Horn became the starting quarterback during the final six games of the 1972 season and went 6-0. Named starter in 1973 and the team went 7-2. Horn was named to the All-ECAC First Team in 1973 and was the starting kicker, punter and quarterback during the North vs South All-Star Game. AFTER WESLEY: Transferred to Slippery Rock and was a two-time PSAC West First Team Punter in 1974 and 1975. Slippery Rock were Division III national semi-finalists in 1974.
Grant Morlock '10
Bel Air, Md. / Fallston
A four-year member of the Wesley baseball team, Morlock is a two-time All-CAC First Team selection in 2009 and 2010. In 2010, Morlock was named to the ABAC All-South Region Third Team. At graduation, Morlock held the career records for games played (160, now third), runs scored (187, now second), hits (198, now fifth), runs batted in (130, now fifth), triples (11, tied for first) and walks (112, still leads). He remains in the top-10 all-time in nine statistical categories.
Derek Roberts-Dukes '08
Marlton, N.J. / Cherokee
Men's Soccer (2003-06)
Wesley's most decorated soccer student-athlete, a multi-year team captain, Derek Roberts-Dukes was the 2004 PAC Player of the Year and a three-time All-PAC First Team (2003-06). He was also a member of the NSCAA All-Region Team in 2003 and 2004. At graduation, Roberts-Dukes ranked seventh in career goals (21, now tied for 10th) and eighth in career points (51, now 10th). Derek led the team to the ECAC championship in 2004, as a captain and the driving force of the team in midfield. Derek was named to the CSAC (Old PAC) 25th Anniversary Team.**
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**The CSAC/PAC 25th Anniversary Team honored the Top 25 student-athletes in each conference-sponsored sport were identified using a point system based on recognition earned as a member of the conference from all-conference awards in addition to major end of season awards such as Player of the Year, Pitcher of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year.