Washington College to Induct Five into Hall of Fame, Will Also Honor 1996 Field Hockey Team

Washington College to Induct Five into Hall of Fame, Will Also Honor 1996 Field Hockey Team

CHESTERTOWN, Md. — The Washington College Athletic Hall of Fame will welcome five new inductees and honor the 1996 field hockey team during a reception and ceremony on Saturday, October 6th. A brief synopsis of each inductee and the honored team follows.

George Atterbury '97 - Lacrosse
George Atterbury was a two-time first-team All-American midfielder for the Shoremen lacrosse team. He was also a two-time All-Centennial Conference first-team selection and helped lead the Shoremen to back-to-back Centennial Conference Championships and back-to-back NCAA Division III Championship Games. (Note - Atterbury was initially scheduled to be inducted last year, but was unable to attend at the last minute due to unforeseen circumstances.)

Daniel Gerbasi '99 - Baseball & Soccer
Dan Gerbasi earned All-Centennial Conference second-team honors in both baseball and soccer. In soccer, he racked up 39 goals and 11 assists in his career, helping the Shoremen to three seasons of 10 or more wins in his four years on the team. He was a career .362 hitter in baseball, scoring 100 career runs and leading the team to three winning seasons in four years.

Chris "Bull" Jamke '90 - Basketball
Chris Jamke was one of the top performers on the 1990 men's basketball team that finished third in the nation and won a school-record 25 games. He scored 1,360 career points and brought down 761 career rebounds. He played in two NCAA Division III Tournaments and four Middle Atlantic Conference Tournaments. 

Christopher R. McGlone '98 - Lacrosse
Chris McGlone was a three-time All-American and three-time All-Centennial Conference defenseman in lacrosse. He helped the Shoremen win the 1998 NCAA Division III National Championship and the 1996 and 1997 Centennial Conference Championships. He played in three NCAA Division III Championship Games. 

Arturo Solis Orriols '07 - Tennis
Arturo Solis was a three-time tennis All-American in singles and a three-time Centennial Conference Player of the Year. He finished his career with 144 combined singles and doubles wins against just 50 losses. Solis helped lead the Shoremen to two Centennial Conference Championships and three NCAA Division III Tournaments and reached the semifinals of the 2006 NCAA Division III Singles Tournament. 

Honored Team: 1996 Field Hockey Team
While the Washington College Hall of Fame does not induct teams, it does, on occasion, honor past teams during its annual induction ceremony. In 1996, the Washington College field hockey team became just the second women's team in any sport in the College's history to qualify for the NCAA Division III Tournament. The Shorewomen finished the season with a 13-5 record under the direction of head coach Sarah Feyerherm, who was named the South Region Coach of the Year.