On Saturday, Jan. 30 2016, the CUA Department of Athletics in collaboration with the Office of Alumni Relations inducted its newest Hall of Fame Class.  The inductees were selected by a committee consisting of CUA alumni, university administrators and athletics department staff.

CUA Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2016


Jeffery Clay Jr. fashioned one of the finest seasons ever for an NCAA receiver in 1997 when he led the nation in receptions (112), yards (1,625), and touchdowns (20). In a 61-21 victory over Division I-AA La Salle, he caught 17 passes for 310 yards and four TDs. A unanimous first-team All-American that year and runner-up for the Melberger Award, the Division III equivalent of the Heisman Trophy, Clay was also recognized with CUA quarterback Kevin Ricca as co-independent players of the year by the Pigskin Club of Washington. Clay also was named to the Associated Press Little All-America first team. His 112 receptions and 20 TDs that season remain atop the CUA record book. He caught a school-best 269 passes to rank number one in program history. His receiving touchdown total (44) is also tops, and his 4,101 yards rank second. Clay's 15.2-yard average per reception ranks sixth. His 266 points is third.


JOHN B. DOUGLAS, B.A. 1995, M.A. 1997

John Douglas was a four-year starting shortstop (1992-1995) for the Cardinals and three-time All-Capital Athletic Conference selection (second team 1993 and first team in 1994-1995). He was a career .348 hitter with 13 home runs, five triples, 32 doubles, 58 stolen bases, 90 RBIs, and 129 runs. In 139 career games, he struck out just 52 times (vs. 85 walks). In 1994, he batted a career-high .395 with four homers, 24 RBIs, and 22 stolen bases. The Toronto Blue Jays selected Douglas in the 31st round of the 1995 Major League draft. He was assigned to Toronto's rookie affiliate in Dunedin, Fla., the Gulf Coast Blue Jays, where he played third base, shortstop, and second base. Douglas was also a four-year starter in basketball, primarily at small forward. He was a three-time basketball All-American for the Cardinals, scoring 30 or more points seven times. He is the sixth all-time leading scorer (1,774 points) in school history. Named CUA Senior Athlete of the Year in 1995-1996, he was the first person in school history to play on two NCAA Tournament teams.  


Tony Gallis was a three-year starting quarterback who was named first-team All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference in 1983. He led CUA to three victories over Georgetown, its biggest rival at the time. When Gallis finished his career, he was number one in the Cardinal record book in career completions (361), yards (5,138) and touchdowns (40). His number would have been better had he not missed the final 10 games of his senior year. In 1984, Gallis succeeded on 53.7% of his passes to become the first Cardinal at the Division III level to complete more than half of his pass attempts. His career-high 17 touchdowns stood as a school record until Kevin Ricca tied it in 1994 and broke it two years later. Gallis's career ended in the 1985 season opener against Dickinson – the first game at DuFour Field — when he suffered a knee injury. Prior to his second-quarter injury, he and his brother Ed connected for their final touchdown together. CUA won the game, 29-26.



Cristine (Waterhouse) Kosnik was named 1995 NCAA Woman of the Year for all divisions in Washington, D.C. Kosnik's play in 1994 led the Cardinals to their first Capital Athletic Conference championship in volleyball. Kosnik, a three-time first-team All-CAC honoree from Melbourne, Fla, had one of the best seasons in league history in 1994. She set the CAC season record for aces per game (1.17) and total attacks (1,807), She also established the conference standard for most attacks in a match when she recorded 90 against Goucher on Oct. 5, 1994, She and Bridget Guetle were named to the CAC Silver Anniversary Volleyball Team, and both players had their numbers retired. Kosnik, who also played three years on the women's basketball team, received the highest honor for a CUA female student athlete when she was presented the 1995 Donley Cup. 



Brent Raue is one of just two men in Catholic University swimming history to qualify for three consecutive NCAA championships (1994-1996). In 1995, he turned in a record-setting performance to earn All-American honors. Raue was a three-time first-team All-Capital Athletic Conference performer in the 50- and 100-yard freestyle, and helped CUA win the 1994 and 1995 CAC championships. Including the 100 butterfly (1993) and 200 free (1995), he earned eight first-team All-CAC awards. The league named Raue 1995 men's Swimmer of the Year. In 2014, he was one of six Cardinals recognized on the CAC Silver Anniversary Men's Swimming Team. Raue placed 13th in the 100 free at the 1995 NCAA Division III Men's Swimming and Diving Championships in Oxford, Ohio, to become an All-American. His time of 46.54 seconds is a CUA record. He held the school mark in the 50 free (21.24) from 1996 until 2014. Raue was also part of the Cardinals' 1996 record-setting 400 medley relay team. His school-best time in the 100 fly (51.95) has stood since 1993. Raue and two-time national champion Keats Baugher (1965-1967) are the only two CUA swimmers to qualify for three straight NCAA championships, and Raue is the only one to do it at the Division III level. 


Members of the CUA Athletic Hall of Fame (listed by induction year)

Class of 1977 (Inducted February 25, 1977)
James Carney, B.A. '28- basketball, football, track
William J. Connor, Esq. L.L.B. '27- basketball, football
F. Joseph Donahue, B.A. '22, L.L.B. '25- football, track, track coach, basketball
Raymond A. DuFour, B.A. '28 - baseball, basketball, football
Bernard L. "Dutch" Eberts, B.A. '24- basketball, baseball, football
Raymond K. Foley, '28- basketball, baseball, football
William J. Harvey, B.A. '28- basketball, football
Edmund R. LaFond, B.A. '27- football, baseball, boxing 
John J. Long, B.A. '28- basketball, baseball, basketball coach
Edward J. Lynch, L.L.B. '24- basketball, baseball, football 

Class of 1978 (Inducted March 10, 1978)
John V. Ambrose, B.A. '32 - basketball, football
Rocco R. Blasi, B.S. '31 - football, boxing, baseball
William P. Byrne, B.A. '28 - baseball, football, boxing
Hugh P. Flynn, B.A. '33 - football, boxing, track, basketball
Vincent H. Fraatz, B.C.E. '33, '40- football track
Wilfred D. Howell, B.A. '28 - football, boxing, track
John J. Jankowski, Sr., B.A. '34 - basketball, golf, football coach, football
John J. Malevich, B.A. '30 - football, boxing, swimming, track
Eugene X. Murphy, B.A. '30 - football, boxing, baseball
John. D. Oliva, '32 - basketball, baseball, football, boxing, track
James G. Schmidt, B.A. '29 - basketball, football
Lester J. Sheary, B.A. '33 - basketball, baseball, football
Thomas Whelan, B.A. '33 - basketball, baseball, football
Edgar A. White, B.E.E. '34 - football, basketball, track, baseball 

Class of 1979 (Inducted February 2, 1979)
William A. Adamaitis, A.B. '37- football, basketball, baseball
Joseph P. Anthony (Antonavage), A.B. '37- football
Richard V. Arnold, A.B. '37- football, track
Herbert L. Brown, A.B. '37- basketball, baseball, football
John F. Carlton, B.A. '38- football
Maurice C. Carroll, B.A. '38- football, basketball, track
Joseph E. Clements, B.A. '37- football, baseball, track
Peter J. Dranginis, B.S. '37- football, basketball
Edward F. Dunne III '37- football, tennis, boxing, basketball
Joseph F. Foley, '36- football 
Joseph P. "Pappy" Glodeck, A.B. '37- football
Salvatore J. Greco, Sr., B.A. '39- football, boxing
Edwin J. Karp (Karpowich), B.A. '37- football, track
Leo Katalinas, B.A. '38- football, boxing
William Lajousky, '36- football, track
Robert A. Makofske, B.S. '37- football
George Mulligan, '36- football
Charles R. Munhall, Sr., B.A. '38- football
George R. Orth, B.E.E. '37- football, boxing
Herman R. Schmarr, A.B. '37- football, basketball, baseball, track
Victor P. Sochon, B.A. '38- football
Howard W. Walker, '36- football
Joseph C. Yanchulis, B.A. '37- football 

Class of 1980 (Inducted January 18, 1980)
David B. Bernstein, B. Arch. '40- boxing
Joseph J. Bunsa, '40 - boxing, football
William K. Conter, B.A. '34- football, basketball
Gerald C. Gearty, B.A. '44- football, basketball
William J. Gearon, L.L.B. '39- football, boxing
A. Albert Rosenfield, B.A. '35- football
Frederick T. Stant, Jr., Esq., B.A. '39- football, boxing
James C. Turner, Jr., B.A. '40- boxing 

Class of 1982 (Inducted June 2, 1982)
Wayne Ambrose, B.A. '40- basketball, football, baseball 
Arthur "Dutch" Bergman - football coach
Alphonse F. Calabrese, B.A. '40, M.S.W. '50- football, basketball
Frederick R. Favo, B. Arch. E. '55- track, wrestling, cross country
Francis "Red" Fleming, B.S. '35, football, boxing, basketball
John Kasunich, B.A. '39- football
Dr. James P. Lyons, B.S. '34- football, boxing
Harold McGann, Esq., L.L.B. '37- football
Fred Mix, B.A. '38- football, boxing, track
Thomas Oliver, B.A. '35 - basketball, football, boxing
Rocco A. Pirro, '40- basketball, football
Fred Rice, Sr.- basketball coach
Ferdinand C. Rogers, B.A. '39- football
Henry Sant'Ambrogio, Esq., B.A. '39- basketball, football
Louis P. Shine, B.S. '40- basketball, football
Edward J. White, B.A., '38- football, boxing

Class of 1985 (Inducted June 8, 1985)
Andrew J. Balint, B.A. '56- basketball, baseball
Robert F. Comstock, B.A. '58- basketball, baseball, track
Thomas J. Cronin, Jr., M.A. '50- boxing, cross country
Joseph M. Della Ratta, B.A. '53- basketball, baseball, boxing, track
William J. Dorasavage, '41- tennis, tennis coach
William B. Ennis, III, B.C.E. '51- football, boxing, track
Dorsey Griffith- track coach
Joseph F. Guyon, B.S. '40- basketball, football, baseball 
John J. Hartke, Jr., B.C.E. '27- baseball 
William J. O'Connell, B. Arch. '49- basketball, baseball 
Michael J. Shortley, Sr., '17- basketball, football, baseball, track 
Robert J. Talbot, B.A. '59- baseball, basketball, baseball coach 

Class of 1988 (Inducted April 23, 1988)
Robert A. Adrion, '74- basketball
Francis E. Murray, '50- boxing, equipment manager
Robert M. Flynn, '57- baseball, basketball, track, cross country
John R. Corbett, '41- track
Sharon Hodges Repass, '81- basketball
John L. Schroeder, '42- football
Steven I. Varsa, '68- track, soccer 

Class of 1990 (Inducted April 21, 1990)
Eugene F. Augusterfer, '34- football, basketball, boxing, track
Henry A. Brostek, A.B. '42- football
Forest "Fod" Cotton- football, basketball coach
William J. Ennis, B.A. '69- cross country, track**
Thomas M. Fitzpatrick, Jr., B.A. '69- track**
Eugene J. Horan, B.A. '64- basketball, baseball
Ralph J. "Whitey" Hubert, B. Arch., '50- football, wrestling
Baldwin Hurns, B.A. '72- track**
Rev. Albert MacPherson, '69- cross country, track**
John J. Madison, B.M.E., '59- cross country, track
Barbara Migaki McGaffigan, B.A., '77- tennis, swimming
Walter C. Pipp, '13- baseball
**1969 All-American Relay Team was inducted, those listed were members 

Class of 1992 (Inducted April 25, 1992)
Leonard M. Bartone, '41- boxing
Peter R. Bogan, '59- swimming
Robert A. Denault, '24- football, baseball
Hicabi "Turk" Emekli, '58, '63- soccer, soccer coach, tennis
Martha Ford, '74- tennis
Harold P. Freeman, '54- basketball, tennis
Samuel B. Lee, '54- track
Edmund Gayle McGuigan, '32- track
Charles V. Moran, '12-'28- Athletics Director, baseball coach
Daniel O. Pyne, '36- boxing, football
James T. Reilly, '53-'58- basketball coach
Bridget Bayly Zarate, '78- basketball 

Class of 1994 (Inducted April 30, 1994)
Harry "Keats" Baugher, B.A., '67- swimming
John A. DePasquale, B.S., '32- boxing
Joseph P. Derby, B.A.,- '16- baseball, basketball, football, tennis, track
Jone Dowd- founder
Eugene "Gene" Jasper, B.A., '63- baseball, basketball
Roberta Lynch, B.A., '74- basketball, field hockey, volleyball
Ann Hathaway McGlynn, B.A., '73- basketball, field hockey, tennis
Peter Sachon, B.A., '42- football, track 
Marian Kaye Thompson, B.A., '72- basketball, field hockey, tennis, volleyball
Burke Vidnovic, B.A., '39- football, baseball 

Class of 1995 (Inducted October 20, 1995)
Robert A. Cioffari, B.A., '68- basketball
John J. Hengstler, B.E.E., '33- swimming coach
Russell E. Johnson, B.A.E., '51- track, football
Karyn Dolan Mulholland, B.S.N., '79- tennis, volleyball, swimming/diving
Julius T. Stanges, B.S., '41- football, boxing

Class of 1996- (Inducted November 1, 1996)
John C. Libert, B. Arch., '63- track
David J. Murphy III., B.A., '70- baseball, football
Joseph Pascale '72-'84- football coach
Frederick J. Rice, Jr., B.A.E., '44, L.L.B., '49- basketball
Walter Wegesser, B.A., '67- cross country, soccer, swimming, tennis, wrestling

Class of 1997 (Inducted October 25, 1996)
Robert Hickey, B.A., '74, M.A., '78- baseball
Ratchada Pheng La Or Suber, B.A., '81- volleyball
George Matthews, B.C.E., '60- track, cross country
William Wilson, B.A., '69- basketball
Tom Young 1958-67- basketball coach

Class of 1998 (Inducted October 30, 1998)
Jack Bruen, B.A., '72- basketball, basketball coach
Carolyn Hughes Brady, B.S.N. '84- cross country, track
Stephan Fay, B.A. '75- baseball
Glenn Kolonics, B.A. '78- basketball
Donald Mudd, A.B. '59- swimming

Class of 1999 (Inducted October 22, 1999)
Charles Boettner, B.A. '75- baseball
Michael C. Halpin, B.Arch. '62- cross country, track
Dr. Andrew L. Kurkjian, B.E.E. '75- baseball
Jane Connolly Martin, B.A. '81- basketball, softball
William F. Uber, Jr. B.Arch.E. '58- basketball

Class of 2000 (Inducted November 3, 2000)
The 1977 baseball team finished 18-8-1 and was inducted into the CUA Hall of Fame as the only Cardinal team to qualify for an NCAA Division I Tournament. The club won a bracket of the ECAC District II Tournament in Princeton, N.J., and advanced to the NCAA Northeast Regional in Middletown, Conn. The following players were team members:

Sal Ambrosino
Eric C. Becraft, '80, '81
Robert Berard
James N. Bilodeau
Harold A. Blumenkrantz , '80
Robert Carney, '79
Bruce Cudmore
Michael C. Henry
Joseph J. Janela, '78
Francis (Peter) J. Jones, '79, '82
Vince Kelley, '80
Matthew B. Kurkjian, '78
Ron Lord, '80
Mike Maher, '77, '80
Joseph G. Mayer, '80, '81
Timothy J. McCormick, '77
Alfredo Perez Jr., '80
Reilly M. Shaughnessy, '80
Brent Steele
Mark A. Travaglini, '78
James R. Van Deventer, '78, '85
Michael B. Yeager, B.A. '77 

Class of 2001 (Inducted October 26, 2001)
John Gill, B.A. '62- basketball, baseball 
James Gontis, B.A. '59- wrestling, cross country 
Joe Good, B.Arch. '72- basketball 
Lt. Col. Casimir Ksycewski, B.A.E. '42- football, baseball, boxing 
Louise Mallet-Kelley, B.S. '85- cross country

Class of 2003
Richard Bausch, B.S. '79- tennis 
Jack T. Gardner, '63-'74- swimming coach 
Bill Leahy, B.A. '64- basketball 
Lisa Kellaher Doolan, B.A. '86- basketball 
Mike Tryon, B.A. '82- baseball   

Class of 2005
Margaret Chapman Bee, B.A. '82-basketball
Charles Boylan, B.A. '65-basketball
Victor Capece, B.A. '69 Football and Baseball
Steve Stanislav, B.A. '81-football
Michael Lonergan, B.A. '88-Coach, Basketball, '92-'04

Class of 2007 (November 3, 2007)
Betsy (Becker) Laborde, B.A. '92 - Volleyball
Arthur "Scotty" Cranston, B.A. '51 - Basketball and Baseball
Douglas C. Eby, B.A. '81 - Tennis
Ralph C. Fuccillo, B.A. '85 - Football
William H. Holl,  B.E.E. '50 - Football and Track and Field and Wrestling

Class of 2010 (January 16, 2010)
Jacqualine Brooks '82 - Cross Country
Maj. Gen. Donald Lamontagne '69 - Football and Baseball
Stanley Levy '50 - Tennis and Cross Country
Tim McCormick '77 - Baseball
Mike Stotz '81 - Football

Class of 2012 (January 28, 2012)
Jim LeBuffe B.A. '70 - Basketball
James "Val" Vandeventer B.A '78, M.A. '85 - Baseball
Brian Wickes B.S. '81, M.S. '84, Ph. D. '92 - Football
Kimberly Robinson- Dean B.A. '89 - Swimming
Jerry McGee - Track and Field Coach

Class of 2014 (February 1, 2014)

Kate M. Bader, B.S. 1975 - Women’s Basketball

James M. “Red” Conlen, B.A. 1942 - Football

Martin “Marty” Dowd, B.A. 1960 - Tennis

Michael B. Moriello, B.A. 1978 - Football

Mark Robison, Class of 1976 - Men’s Track & Field

Mark A. Travaglini, B.A. 1978 - Baseball