The purpose of the Endicott Athletic Hall of Fame is to give lasting recognition to those individuals and teams who have made exceptional contributions to the achievements and prestige of Endicott in the field of athletics, and who have continued to demonstrate in their lives the values imparted by intercollegiate athletics.
Placques of these chosen few are enshrined on the walls of the Post Center.
Please use the links above to navigate through our Hall of Fame members, the online nomination form for the Class of 2013, our bylaws, and a photo gallery of the recently renovated Post Center and Hall of Fame areas.
September 22nd, 2014
Endicott to Induct Former Director of Athletics and Head Coach into Hall of Fame
BEVERLY, Mass. – On the Saturday morning of September 27th, during this weekend’s Homecoming activities at Endicott, the athletic department will formally induct director of athletics and head baseball coach Larry Hiser as the 41st member of the Endicott Athletics Hall of Fame. Hiser, currently the Director of Athletics and Recreation at NCAA Division III Marietta College (Ohio), spent 13 years from 1994-2007 in his dual role as Endicott matured in the early years of their NCAA membership and developed into a program that offers 18 competitive varsity sports with top-notch facilities and a winning tradition.
September 30th, 2013
Endicott Set to Induct Savitske and Jean-Paul into Hall of Fame
BEVERLY, Mass. – On Saturday, October 5th, the 16th class to the Endicott Athletics Hall of Fame will be officially inducted in front of family and friends, alumni, current student-athletes, administrators, faculty, and supporters of the Blue and Green on Homecoming Weekend. This year’s class consists of All-American softball pitcher Robyn Savitske-Crosby ’07 and gridiron great Pego Jean-Paul ’08.
September 29th, 2012
Endicott Inducts Three Into Hall of Fame
BEVERLY, Mass. – On Saturday morning, Endicott athletics inducted three new members into their Hall of Fame as the Class of 2012. They also unveiled an incredible transformation of the first floor of the Post Center that included a new wing dedicated to the Hall of Fame, a wall of honor for conference and national achievements and an interactive kiosk that lets people take a virtual tour of the new areas.