Saint Joseph's College Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
Congratulations to the 2013 Hall of Fame Class:
Kathy Britton ’94
Luke Enman ’08
Brian “Ziggy” Gillespie
C.J. Vose ’03
1987 Men’s Cross Country team:
Robert Backman, Dennis Berard, George Bockus, Richard Brooks, Bob Camara, Frank Cody, Jim Conery, Mike Gordon, John Hallee, Shawn Jeffrey, Tom Kimball, Matt MacDonald, Jody Norton, Richard Perry, Scott Roberts, Steve Sarkozy, Stan Smith, Steve Trudeau
Induction Ceremony & Dinner
Saturday, November 9
Reception 5:00 p.m., Alfond Hall
Dinner to follow in Mercy Hall, Pearson's Café
Attendance at the ceremony and dinner will be $30 per adult and $10 per child under the age of 12. Registrations will be taken online with payment required for processing, or by phone at 1-877-752-2586/207-893-7894.
Meet the Class of 2013
Kathy Britton '94
Kathy, originally from Plaistow, New Hampshire, was an outstanding offensive player for the Saint Joseph’s women’s soccer program. A leading scorer on some of the Monks’ earliest sides, the former striker remains near or at the top of several important career statistical categories, including goals (44, 2nd), assists (27, 1st) and points (115, 1st) - all totals she amassed in just three seasons. The Monks won a Western Maine Athletic Conference Championship during each of her three years, including a title in 1989, which was the program’s second year in existence. She boasted three All-State honors, a pair of All-District accolades, and two All-Conference nods and earned All-Northeast mention following her senior season.
Luke Enman '08
Luke came to SJC from Milan, New Hampshire, attended Berlin High School, and was a four-year starter for the Saint Joseph’s College baseball team. Primarily a shortstop who also logged time at third base, second base and the outfield, he currently ranks third all-time in runs scored (159), hits (214), doubles (51), home runs (29) and RBI (162) and is the Monks’ career leader in at bats (601) at the time of his induction. Perhaps the most decorated infielder in program history, the four-time All-Conference honoree, two-time Conference Player of the Year and 2007 D3Baseball.com Second Team All-American helped lead Saint Joseph’s to four-consecutive conference titles and three NCAA Tournament appearances during his time on the field.
Brian "Ziggy" Gillespie
Gillespie built the men’s cross country program into a New England Region powerhouse during his seven years (1981-87) as the head coach at Saint Joseph’s College. Led by Gillespie, the Monks ran to NAIA New England Championship titles in 1981, 1982 and 1983, advanced to the NCAA National Championship on seven occasions, captured the 1987 Maine State Championship and NCAA New England titles and recorded a 146-11 regular-season record. For his efforts, Gillespie was honored as the New England Coach of the Year following the 1981, 1983 and 1987 seasons. No stranger to such honors, “Ziggy” was inducted into the Maine Running Hall of Fame in 1996 and the Maine Baseball Hall of Fame in 2001.
C.J. Vose '03
Vose, a Yarmouth, Maine native who attended Yarmouth High School, averaged 17.3 points and 7.5 rebounds per game as a four-year starter for the Saint Joseph’s College men’s basketball team. At the time of his induction, the former standout forward ranks third all-time in rebounds (797), fourth in points (1,838) and field goals attempted (1,434), and fifth in field goals made (713) and free throws attempted (532). He helped guide the Monks to an NAIA National Tournament appearance during his junior season and was a leading scorer on the 2003 team, which went 20-5 and earned the first NCAA Tournament berth in the history of Saint Joseph’s athletics.
1987 Men's Cross Country Team
Led by Head Coach Brian Gillespie, the 1987 men’s cross country team posted one of the most successful athletic seasons in Saint Joseph’s history. Ranked nationally all fall, the Monks lived up to their billing that year with a runner-up finish in the Eastern College Athletics Conference (ECAC) Championship and first-ever victories in the Maine College Championship and NCAA DIII New England Regional Championship events. The team went on to make the program’s seventh-consecutive appearance in the NCAA National Championship and placed eighth in the event, which was the program’s best national meet finish at the time.
The cost to attend the ceremony and dinner will be $30 per adult and $10 per child under the age of 12. The ceremony is scheduled for Saturday, November 9 to begin at 5:00 p.m.
Registrations will be taken online with payment required for processing, or by phone at 1-877-752-2586/207-893-7894.
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