Annie Lavigne Inducted To Holy Cross Hall Of Fame
WORCESTER, Mass. – The Holy Cross Varsity Club has announced the 2013 selections for induction into the Holy Cross Athletic Hall of Fame. Included among the 2013 inductees is former field hockey player Annie Lavigne (Class of 2001).
Lavigne was a four-year starter and defensive stalwart on the Crusader field hockey team from 1997-2000. She led Holy Cross to three Patriot League Tournament titles and two Patriot League regular season championships, with the team posting an overall record of 49-33 during her four years. Lavigne served as team captain during her senior season, when she was also named the Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year and the Patriot League Tournament most valuable player. A three-time All-Patriot League and two-time All-New England selection, she ranked third all-time at Holy Cross in career interceptions (520) and seventh in career points scored (57) at the time of her graduation. Lavigne also received the 2001 Honorable John P. Cooney Memorial Award from the Varsity Club.
This year's other inductees are Bob Credle (Class of 1965, cross country, track and field), Kevin Hamilton (Class of 2006, basketball), Tyler McGregor (Class of 2006, ice hockey), Jack Whalen (Class of 1962, football, lacrosse) and the 2002 Women's Varsity Eight (rowing).
These new honorees will be formally inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 4, at the Varsity Club's annual dinner, to be held in the Hogan Campus Center.