Harvard Varsity Club Announces Hall of Fame Class of 2020
 


Ten of the greatest student-athletes in Harvard Athletics history and four national championship boats will join the Harvard Varsity Club Hall of Fame as the Class of 2020. Jon Chu ’05 (tennis), John Cole ’05 (swimming & diving), Nicole Corriero ’05 (ice hockey), Reka Cserny ’05 (basketball), Ryan Fitzpatrick ’05 (football), Dov Grumet-Morris ’05 (ice hockey), Schuyler Mann ’05 (baseball), Shelley Maasdorp ’05 (field hockey), Kaego Ogbechie ’05 (volleyball), Noah Welch ’05 (ice hockey), the men’s heavyweight crew national championship boats from 2003, 2004, and 2005, as well as the women’s heavyweight crew boat from 2003 will join the nearly 550 alumni from Harvard’s 42 varsity teams who have previously earned induction.

Induction into the Harvard Varsity Club Hall of Fame is overseen by a selection committee appointed by the Harvard Varsity Club’s Executive Committee. To earn induction, former student-athletes must be a graduate of Harvard for at least 15 years and have achieved greatness in their sport for multiple years while competing for the Crimson.

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HVC Hall of Fame Class of 2020


Jon Chu ’05 | Tennis
Earned All-America honors in both singles and doubles as a senior by reaching the semifinals of the NCAA Championships in both events … 7-time NCAA Championships qualifier in singles (2005, 2004, 2003, 2002) and doubles (2005, 2004, 2002) … Region I ITA Senior Player of the Year and Ivy League Player of the Year (2005) … Region I ITA Rookie of the Year and Ivy League Rookie of the Year (2002) … 7-time All-Ivy League first team in singles (2005, 2004, 2003, 2002) and doubles (2005, 2004, 2002), 1-time All-Ivy League second team in doubles (2003) … Led Harvard to 2 Ivy League Championships (2004, 2003) and 3 NCAA Championships appearances (2004, 2003, 2002) … 4-year letterwinner … Team captain (2005).

 

John Cole ’05 | Swimming & Diving
9-time All-American in the 500 free (2002, 2001), 1,650 free (2005, 2003, 2002, 2001), 800 free relay (2005), and 400 medley relay (2002, 2001) … 15-time Ivy League Champion in the 500 free (2005, 2003, 2002, 2001), 1,000 free (2005, 2003, 2002, 2001), 1,650 free (2005, 2003, 2002, 2001), and 800 free relay (2005, 2002, 2001) … Remains the only student-athlete in Ivy League history to win 4 conference championships in the 500 free and 1,000 free, and is 1 of 2 student-athletes to accomplish the feat in the 1,650 free … 16-time All-Ivy League honoree … Held Ivy League Championships meet records in the 500 free, 1,000 free, and 1,650 free at the time of his graduation … Harvard record holder in the 1,650 free (14:39.71), ranks 2nd in the 1,000 free (8:54.92) and 3rd in the 500 free (4:16.91) … Led Harvard to 3 Ivy League championships (2005, 2003, 2001) … 4-year letterwinner … Team captain (2005).

Nicole Corriero ’05 | Ice Hockey
Patty Kazmaier Award Top-10 finalist (2005) … 3-time All-America second team (2005, 2004, 2002) … ECAC Hockey Player of the Year (2005) and Rookie of the Year (2002) … Sarah Devens Award Winner (2005) as the ECAC Hockey student-athlete who best demonstrates leadership and commitment both on- and off-the-ice … 3-time All-ECAC Hockey selection (2005 first team, 2004 first team, 2002 second team) and 2-time All-ECAC Hockey All-Tournament Team (2005, 2004) … Beanpot Hall of Fame (2012) inductee and Beanpot MVP (2005) … Mary G. Paget Prize recipient as the member of the Class of 2005 who contributed the most to women’s athletics … Ranks third in career goals (150), fourth in points (265), and seventh in assists (115) … Ranks first in program history for points (12) and goals (8) scored in the NCAA Tournament, and third in assists (4) … Led Harvard to 3-consecutive NCAA Championship Game appearances (2005, 2004, 2003) … 2-time ECAC Tournament champion (2005, 2004), 3-time ECAC regular season champion (2005, 2004, 2003), 2-time Ivy League champion (2005, 2003), and 4-time Beanpot champion (2005, 2004, 2003, 2002) … 4-year letterwinner … Team captain (2005).

Reka Cserny ’05 | Basketball
Ivy League Player of the Year (2005) and Rookie of the Year (2002) … 4-time All-Ivy League first team (2005, 2004, 2003, 2002) … Ivy League All-Rookie Team (2002) … Earned Team MVP (2005) and Best Defensive Player (2003) honors … Harvard-Radcliffe Foundation for Women’s Athletics Prize recipient as the top female scholar-athlete in the Class of 2005 … Ranks second in career steals (234), third in points (1,863), scoring average (17.4), field goals (610), free throws (427), and steals per game (2.4), fifth in blocks (122) and blocks per game (1.2), eighth in rebounds (769) and offensive rebounds (206), ninth in defensive rebounds (486) and rebounds per game (7.2) … Led Harvard to 3 Ivy League Championships (2005, 2003, 2002) and back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances (2003, 2002) … 4-year letterwinner … Team captain (2005) … Academic All-American (2005) and 3-time Academic All-District (2005 first team, 2004 first team, 2003 second team) … Played 4 seasons professionally in Europe.

Ryan Fitzpatrick ’05 | Football​
Unanimous winner of the Asa S. Bushnell Cup as Ivy League Player of the Year (2004) … 3-time All-Ivy League (2004 first team, 2003 honorable mention, 2002 honorable mention) … Competed in both the Hula Bowl and East-West Shrine Game as one of the best senior football players in the NCAA (2004) … Frederick Greeley Crocker Award winner as Harvard’s MVP (2004) … William J. Bingham ’16 Award recipient as the most outstanding male athlete in the Class of 2005 … Ranks first in career total offensive yards (6,721), second in passing touchdowns (39), third in completions (384) and passing yards (5,234), and seventh in completion percentage (.599) … 2-time Ivy League champion (2004, 2001) … Academic All-Ivy League (2005) … 3-year letterwinner … Team captain (2004) … Is entering his 16th year in the NFL and second with the Miami Dolphins.

Dov Grumet-Morris ’05 | Ice Hockey​
Hobey Baker Award finalist (2005) … All-American (2005 second team) … All-ECAC Hockey (2005 second team) … All-District (2005 first team) … John Tudor Memorial Cup (2005) winner as the most valuable member of the Harvard hockey team, determined not by ability alone, but by the qualities of sportsmanship, leadership and team cooperation … Ranks first in career save percentage (.924), saves (3,081), shutouts (11), games (114), and minutes (6,811), second in wins (63), and third in goals against average (2.25) … Helped Harvard to 2 ECAC Hockey Tournament Championships (2004, 2002) and 4-consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances (2005, 2004, 2003, 2002) … Academic All-American (2005 third team) … 4-year letterwinner.

Schuyler Mann ’05| Baseball​
3-time All-American (2005 first team, 2004 first team, 2003 second team) … 3-time All-Ivy League (2005 first team, 2004 first team, 2003 second team) … Ranks second in career home runs (27), third in RBI (132), and ninth in hits (170) … Led Harvard to 2 Ivy League championships (2005, 2002), 3 Rolfe Division championships (2005, 2003, 2002), and 2 NCAA Tournament appearances (2005, 2002) … 4-year letterwinner … Team captain (2005).

Shelley Maasdorp ’05 | Field Hockey​
2-time All-American (2004 second team, 2003 third team) … 3-time All-Region first team (2004, 2003, 2002) … Ivy League Player of the Year (2004) … 4-time All-Ivy League (2004 first team, 2003 first team, 2002 second team, 2001 second team) … Ranks first in career game-winning goals (17), fourth in career points (86) and goals (33), sixth in points per game (1.32), and seventh in assists (20) and goals per game (0.51) … Helped Harvard to the 2004 Ivy League championship and 2 NCAA Tournament appearances (2004, 2002) … 4-year letterwinner.

Kaego Ogbechie ’05 | Volleyball​
Remains the only student-athlete in program history to earn AVCA All-America (2005 honorable mention) and Ivy League Player of the Year (2004, 2002) honors … 2-time AVCA All-Region (2004, 2002) … Ivy League Rookie of the Year (2001) … 3-time All-Ivy League (2004 first team, 2002 first team, 2001 honorable mention) … Led Harvard to the program’s first Ivy League Championship (2004) … Ranks first in career kills per set (3.95), second in solo blocks (109), fourth in kills (1,154), fifth in total blocks (33), seventh in block assists (221), and eighth in attack attempts (2,583) … 4-year letterwinner … Team captain (2004).

Noah Welch ’05 | Ice Hockey
2-time All-American (2005 first team, 2003 second team) … 2-time All-ECAC Hockey (2005 first team, 2003 second team), ECAC Hockey All-Rookie Team (2002), and ECAC Hockey All-Decade first team … 2-time All-Ivy League first team (2005, 2003) … George Percy Award (2002) winner as the member of the freshman class who most closely displays the characteristics of George Percy ’18; enthusiasm, sportsmanship, team spirit and loyalty … Ranks first in career penalties (131), second in penalty minutes (270), and 10th in games (129) … Helped Harvard to 2 ECAC Hockey Tournament Championships (2004, 2002) and 4-consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances (2005, 2004, 2003, 2002) … 4-year letterwinner … Team captain (2005) … Enjoyed a 6-year NHL career … 2016 Olympian for the United States.

2003 Men’s Heavyweight Crew
Varisty Eight: Jonathan Durham ’04, Jordan Sagalowsky ’04, Malcolm Howard ’05, Cameron Winklevoss ’04, Aaron Holzapfel ’05, Mike Blomquist ’03, Justin Bosley ’03, Kip McDaniel ’04, Jess Oberst ’04 (coxswain)

IRA National Champions … Eastern Sprints Champions … Defeated Yale by 49.8 seconds … Completed the season with an unbeaten 7-0 record … ECAC Boathouse Sports Trophy recipients as “the member program of the ECAC that best demonstrates the conference’s core values.”

2004 Men’s Heavyweight Crew
Varisty Eight: Jonathan Durham ’04, Jordan Sagalowsky ’04, Malcolm Howard ’05, Jonathan Lehe ’04, Tyler Winklevoss ’04, Cameron Winklevoss ’04, Aaron Holzapfel ’05, Kip McDaniel ’04, Jesse Oberst ’04 (coxswain)

IRA National Champions … Eastern Sprints Champions … Defeated Yale by 24.8 seconds … Completed the season with an unbeaten 7-0 record … Placed second in the Grand Challenge Cup and Ladies Challenge Plate at the Henley Royal Regatta.

2005 Men’s Heavyweight Crew
Varsity Eight: Nick Baker ’07, Andrew Boston ’07, Toby Medaris ’07, Morgan Henderson ’06, Aaron Holzapfel ’05, Brodie Buckland ’06, Malcom Howard ’05, Adam Kosmicki ’05, Kit Randolph ’05 (coxswain)

IRA National Champions … Eastern Sprints Champions … Defeated Yale by 39.6 seconds … Completed the season with an unbeaten 7-0 record.

2003 Women’s Heavyweight Crew
Varsity Eight: Courtney Brown ’03, Sarah Marvel ’03, Anna Brock ’03, Tasha Pasternack ’03, Caryn Davies ’04-05, Lis Lambert ’04, Caroline Fisher ’04, Heather Schofield ’05, Julie Gluck ’05 (coxswain)

NCAA Champions … EAWRC Sprints Champions … Completed the season with a 10-1 record, the program’s best since 1989.
 

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