UMBC Athletics to Induct Nine Into Athletic Hall of Fame
BALTIMORE—UMBC Athletics will induct nine new members into its Athletic Hall of Fame on Feb. 9, 2008.
The dinner and induction ceremony will take place at the Sheraton BWI Airport Hotel in
The class of ’08 includes Medhi Addadi, (swimming ’02), Shannon Bagrosky (soccer, ’98), Lisa Boone (softball, ’03), Cleopatra Borel (track and field, ’02), Jared Boyd (baseball, ’02), Dan Marohl (lacrosse, ’01), Missy Quille (basketball, ’02), Andy Wells (soccer, ’01) and the late Mike Woodard (soccer, ’78).
Tickets for the event are $75.00 and may be purchase through the UMBC Athletics’ Development Office. Contact Kevin Gibbons O’Neill at 410-455-1532 or email@example.com.
Mehdi Addadi, swimming, (1998-2002)
Addadi was UMBC’s outstanding male athlete in 2002. He still holds three UMBC individual records in the 50 freestyle, the 100 backstroke, and the 100 butterfly. He is also a part of three relay marks for the Retrievers. The native of
Shannon Bagrosky, women’s soccer (1994-97)
Despite her prowess as a defender, Bagrosky still managed 20 career goals (currently seventhh on all-time list) and 50 career points (eighth all-time). A three-time First Team All Big South fullback in 1995, 1996 and 1997, she also earned All Tournament team honors in the 2007 Big South Championships. The
Lisa Boone, softball, (2000-2003)
Boone was UMBC’s Outstanding Female Athlete in 2002-03. She earned All Northeast Conference honors in all four years at UMBC, including a pair of first team citations in 2001 and 2002. The Owings, Md. native recorded 249 hits (third on all-time list), scored 149 runs (second), and has the most doubles (56), triples (15), extra-base hits (79) and at-bats (758) in current school history. She is also fourth in RBI’s (119), second in games played (233) and games started (233). Boone played both the infield (shortstop) and outfield during her tenure and holds single season records for hits (90), doubles (18) and triples (nine) in 2002.
Cleopatra Borel, track & field, (1999-2002)
Borel was a three-time NCAA All American in the shot put and UMBC’s first-ever NCAA Division I champion as she won the indoor shot put competition at the 2002 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships in Fayetteville, Ark. The native of Trinidad & Tobago competed in the 2004 Athens Olympics and placed tenth in the world. She holds UMBC indoor records in the shot put and weight throw and outdoor marks in the shot put and hammer throw. Not only did she win the NCAA title in the shot put, but she placed second in the nation in the weight throw in the same competition.
Jared Boyd, baseball (1998-2002)
Boyd was the 2002 Northeast Conference Player of the Year. He also earned ECAC Division I First Team status that season as he led the nation with 32 doubles. The
Dan Marohl, lacrosse (1996-2000)
Marohl was a two-time All American for UMBC in 1999 and 2000 and UMBC’s Outstanding Male Athlete in 2000. He also competed in the North-South All Star game in ’00 and is a member of UMBC’s Lacrosse’s All-Time team. The Edgewater, Md. native is currently fifth on all-time scoring list with 103 goals (11th) and 89 assists (third). He competed at both attack and midfield and led UMBC in goal-scoring with 34 as a freshman in 1997. Marohl was a member of the 1998 and 1999 NCAA Division I playoff teams. He produced a pair of 50-point seasons, just one of four UMBC Division I players to reach that mark. His brother Steve (lacrosse, ’92) is also a member of the UMBC Athletic Hall of Fame.
Missy Quille, women’s basketball (1989-1994)
Quille was UMBC’s Outstanding Female Athlete in 1993. She is currently ranked third in all-time scoring with 1,375 points. The
Andy Wells, men’s soccer (1998-2001)
Wells was the only four-time First Team All Conference defender (Northeast Conference) in the program’s history. He is just one of two Retriever soccer players to earn All South Atlantic honors in three seasons, capped by First Team honors (just one of four players) in 2001. The native of
Mike Woodard, men’s soccer (1976-78)
Woodard was a two-time First Team All Mason Dixon Conference (1976, 1977) fullback for UMBC. The