They Got Game

A dozen of the Red and Blue’s finest athletes, listed below, will be inducted this fall into the University of Pennsylvania Athletic Hall of Fame. The ceremony will take place on Saturday, November 5, during Homecoming Weekend. This is the fifth class to be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame since its creation in 1996.

Class V, Athletic Hall of Fame

Howard Coonley C’66, Squash

Earl W. Eby W’21, Track

Robert A. Evans C’53, Football

Steven L. Galetta C’79 GM’87, Sprint Football/Track

Jane Hall Carter C’89, Fencing

Karen A. Kelso C’85, Squash

Barton B. Leach C’55, Basketball/Baseball

Christine H. Lundy C’92 V’96, Track

Christopher S. O’Loughlin C’89, Fencing

H. Raymond “Dutch” Peck W’20, Basketball/Baseball

John B. Taylor W’08, Track

Joseph W. Valerio C’91, Football

If you are interested in receiving an invitation to the induction ceremony please contact Meghan Steed, assistant director, athletic development, by phone, 215-573-0314 or e-mail,

©2005 The Pennsylvania Gazette
Last modified 07/01/05

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