Franklin & Marshall will induct seven alumni into the F&M Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday, Oct. 26, during TRUE BLUE Weekend. The class is the 37th to be included since the College created the F&M Athletic Hall of Fame in 1969, increasing the number of members to 250. For more information on the honorees, visit GoDiplomats.com/2018HOF.
- Kelly Cassels ’07 was a three-time All-American in lacrosse, helping to lead the Diplomats to a 21-0 record and the 2007 NCAA Division III championship. She was also a four-year member of the women’s soccer team.
- Brandon Corday ’08 was a two-time All-American in men’s soccer and the only Centennial player to be chosen as the conference's Player of the Year in back-to-back seasons. The program's all-time leader in assists, Corday was a four-time All-CC First Team and Mid-Atlantic All-Region selection.
- Jen Fried ’04 was the only F&M softball player to earn All-Centennial Conference recognition all four years of her career—while being named to the first team on three occasions. She also was a goalkeeper for three years for the F&M women’s socce team soccer team.
- Charlie Havens ’58 was a starting offensive and defensive lineman for the football team, a two-time team captain, and considered by many as the best lineman of his era.
- Aashish Kamat ’88 was a two-time All-American squash player, leading the Diplomats to the best season in school history in 1986-87 with a dual match record of 15-1.
- Eileen Keever ’06 earned All-Centennial Conference honors in field hockey and lacrosse, and was one of just three F&M field hockey players to earn three All-America honors. In 2004, she led the Centennial with 21 goals in field hockey.
- Alberto Mascaro ’92 twice earned a place on an All-America football team. He was dominant on the defensive line, recording 24.5 career quarterback sacks, a mark which led the program at his time of graduation and still places fourth in the F&M record books.