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Athletic Hall of Fame Kicks off Homecoming Weekend

Mount St. Joseph University presents

Fifth Annual Athletic Hall of Fame

Friday, October 24

Seton Center Lobby and Under the Tent in the Quad

Mount St. Joseph University

Reception (cash bar): 5:30 p.m. / Dinner & Program: 6:30 p.m.

Guest Emcee: Mount Women’s Volleyball Coach Jon Bennett (JB)

Tickets: $50/person

Reservation Deadline: October 17


This year we celebrate the 45th anniversary of women’s volleyball and the 25th season of football.


2014 Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees


Kim Winner Seaver ’80

Kim was a fabulous volleyball player whose skills and leadership helped the team earn state and regional titles, and appearances in two national tournaments. An equally talented basketball player, she scored 1,020 points and pulled down 847 rebounds, the highest number of rebounds held by any Mount female basketball player.

Gerri Crowe Bolin ’90

Gerri was an outstanding basketball player who reached 1,381 points and 194 steals throughout her college career. Her athletic prowess led to being named All-State twice and All-District three times. Coaches and players often commented on how she could “fly” and “jump out of her shoes” during games.

Rico Hill ’01

A phenomenal athlete, Rico was the first wrestler at the Mount to be named an All-American. He amassed an overall record of 127-17, and numerous honors during his four years. He shared his quickness and agility as a defensive back on the Lions football team during his senior year.

2014 Champion Awards Recipients


John Hayden

A longtime friend of the Mount, John has provided leadership in a variety of areas – as a member of the Board of Trustees, fundraising campaigns and chair of the annual scholarship event with his wife Carrie. The former Midland Company CEO, John is steadfast in his commitment to the University.

John Pont
As the Mount’s first football coach, John built the program from the ground up. He recruited coaches and players, and located fields to play the games. Long after he left the Mount, John and his wife remained staunch supporters of student-athletes. Sandy Pont will accept the award that night.


Gather your classmates and friends and reserve your table today using the enclosed response form, or register online at Parking is available in Seton Center Lot and the parking garage (enter from Neeb Road). Please call the Mount at 513-244-4349 with questions.

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