Louise Mallet-Kelley '85
Inducted Oct. 26, 2001Mallet-Kelley won the NCAA regional cross country meet as a sophomore and again as a senior, recovering from an injury which kept her on the sidelines her junior season. The team went 12-0 in 1984 with Mallet-Kelley in the lead, won the regional meet and became the first Catholic University women's team to qualify for nationals as an NCAA member (the team finished 11th). She finished first in the meet in 1984 after tying for first place in 1982 with fellow future Hall of Famer Carolyn Hughes Brady.
As a senior, she won the ECAC 1,500-meter indoor championship and captured the Naval Academy Invitational indoor title in the 3,000 meters, a school record which still stands. She was selected All-Mason-Dixon Conference in 1981 and 1984.