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ASH Athletics Hall of Fame!

Every three years, the ASH Booster Club invites Athletic Hall of Fame nominations for individuals who have displayed superior recognition of leadership, sportsmanship, scholarship, character and/or integrity as a student-athlete, coach or administrator.

Our next Hall of Fame Class is scheduled to be awarded in the fall of 2024, with nominations open on Alumnae Weekend of 2023. Nominations are due by April 2024.

Note: Previous nominees who were not selected into the Hall of Fame Class will be considered in this year's selection process.

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The Athletics Class of 2021 Hall of Fame

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(Pictured back row, from left) Colleen Henican Loerzel, Katherine Sins LeBlanc, Patricia Hotard Moreau, Sean Moser, (front row, from left) Ashley Lykes Geary, Susu Gelpi Bear (accepting her mother's award) and Meggie Schmidt. 



All nominees to be considered by the Hall of Fame Committee will meet all of the following criteria, with extremely limited exceptions.

  1. A student-athlete becomes eligible ten (10) years following graduation of her class.

  2. Coaches and administrators become eligible three (3) years after leaving the specific position for which they are nominated.

  3. The individual must have participated in varsity sports at ASH for a minimum of two (2) years and brought “Superior*” recognition to him/herself and to the Academy of the Sacred Heart through their endeavors as a student-athlete, coach or administrator.

  4. Nominees such as coaches must have served a minimum of five (5) years as a head coach at the Academy of the Sacred Heart.

  5. Administrative nominees must have worked at the Academy of the Sacred Heart a minimum of five (5) years.

  6. Teams that achieved “Superior” success on the playing field and brought national recognition to the Academy of the Sacred Heart will be considered.  Teams are eligible ten (10) years after completion of the respective season. 
    Examples of “Superior*” include but are not limited to: state championships, undefeated seasons, a national ranking, and national champions.

    *Examples of “Superior” include but are not limited to: All-American, All-State, All-Metro, State MVP, State Champion, school record holder, national award winner, collegiate signee, Olympian, etc.