Nominations Sought For Third Spotswood Excessive College Athletic Corridor Of Fame Class


SPOTSWOOD, NJ – Spotswood College District Superintendent Graham Peabody introduced final week that the district could be resuming its custom of inducting an Athletic Corridor of Fame Class for Spotswood Excessive College. The custom started in 2004 when Peabody turned the district’s athletic director. With the assistance of an Inaugural Corridor of Fame Committee that included Thomas Barlow, Marianne Boszko, Gary Dominicus, Doreen Gibbons, David Hayes, Frank Kardashian, Charles Legg, Ken Logan, Ron Mazzola, Mike Pavlichko, Jean Puff, Rev. Robert Scott, John Shaughnessy and Thomas Weaver, the Spotswood Excessive College Athletic Corridor of Fame inducted its top quality within the fall of 2005. The committee gave the spring of 2005 because the nomination deadline.

The inaugural class was formally inducted into the Spotswood Excessive College Athletic Corridor of Fame on September 29, 2005 at a particular banquet on the Spotswood American Legion Corridor. Eight athletes and two contributors had been inducted. The group was then honored at halftime of the Chargers/Rams recreation that season. The 2005 class included:

  • Vicky Dutka – monitor and discipline, 1986-1990
  • Charlie Eibeler – basketball and soccer, 1991-1995
  • Tracie Fryzowicz Smith – soccer and monitor and discipline, 1986-1990
  • Cheryl Keller Capon Ph.D – cross nation and monitor and discipline, 1986-1989
  • Kevin Kobylinski – baseball and basketball, 1982-1986
  • Jason Konek – basketball, soccer and monitor and discipline, 1987-1991
  • Drew Scopelliti – basketball and wrestling, 1976-1979
  • Eugene Zimmerlink – basketball and soccer, 1977-1981
  • Coach Joseph DiMario – soccer and wrestling coach
  • Coach Bruce Nissenbaum – cross nation coach

The subsequent class of athletes and contributors was inducted two years in a while October 27, 2007 on the Milltown American Legion. The group was then honored on the Chargers/Middlesex recreation later that week. From 23 nominations, the Corridor of Fame Committee selected 5 athletes and two contributors. The 2007 class of the Spotswood Excessive College Athletic Corridor of Fame included:

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  • Dan Fredricks – baseball and basketball, Class of 1997
  • Justin Legg – soccer, monitor and discipline and wrestling, Class of 1996
  • Scott Marhold – soccer and wrestling, Class of 1990
  • Jennifer Sahli – cross nation and monitor and discipline, Class of 1988
  • Andrew Scott – baseball, Class of 1997
  • Michael Pavlichko – PA announcer for athletic video games
  • Thomas Weaver – soccer and monitor and discipline coach

After a 12 12 months absence, the following class of the Spotswood Excessive College Athletic Corridor of Fame will likely be inducted within the fall of 2020. Bringing again the Chargers Athletic Corridor of Fame was one of many objectives of Spotswood’s latest Athletic Director Michael Del Aversano. Del Aversano was permitted by the Spotswood Board of Schooling in July and changed longtime AD William Visokay. Visokay retired on the conclusion of the 2018-19 college 12 months.

Nominations for the 2020 Class will likely be accepted by March 1. Nomination types may be downloaded and returned to Del Aversano. Athletic nominees should have graduated 10 years previous to the autumn 2020 induction to be thought of for theSpotswood Excessive College Athletic Corridor of Fame’s Class of 2020 whereas contributor nominees should have labored within the place they’re being nominated for for no less than 5 years.

Questions concerning the nomination course of may be emailed to Del Aversano at mdelaversano@spsd.us. The members of the brand new Corridor of Fame Committee haven’t been introduced.