Jean, Kilpe Huber among 8 headed to UMBC Hall

December 02, 2009|By Sports Digest

The UMBC Athletic Hall of Fame Committee announced that the following eight nominees will be inducted Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. at the BWI Airport Marriott Hotel: Huguens Jean (track and field, 1999-2003), Ingrid Kilpe Huber (swimming and diving, 1999-2003), LaNae Baker (volleyball, 1995-1998), Kevin Goh (swimming and diving, 1997-2001), John Jancuska (head baseball coach, 1978-present), Craig Linthicum (lacrosse, 1978-1981), Monica Logan (women's basketball, 1995-1999) and Deanna Vecchio (softball, 1999-2002). Jean attended Howard High, and Kilpe Huber went to Centennial.

Women's lacrosse: Redshirt juniorattackman Brittney Zerhusen (Century) was named one of three Ohio State captains for the 2010 season. Zerhusen, who sat out last season, started all 18 games in 2008, recording a team-high 36 goals, tied for seventh most in a season in program history.

Field hockey: Salisbury sophomore defender Tara McGovern was named Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III Mid-Atlantic Defensive Player of the Year. McGovern was also selected to the Mid-Atlantic All-Region first team. Senior forward Lauren Correll was named second-team All-Region.

Soccer: Crystal Palace Football Club USA president Pete Medd was named Executive of the Year in the United Soccer Leagues' Second Division.

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