Saint Vincent announces latest Hall of Fame class

August 20, 2018

The Saint Vincent College Athletic Hall of Fame will have nine new members.

The 2018 class will be inducted during a reception starting at 6 p.m. Sept. 15 at the Fred M. Rogers Center. They will be recognized during halftime of the home football game that day against Westminster.

The class will include: Richard Boysen of Belle Vernon (soccer); Jeffrey Giordan of Latrobe (lacrosse); Melissa Hayes of South Fayette Township (basketball); Kelly Morda of Ford City (basketball); Anthony Morocco III of Trafford (basketball); Eugene Oberst of Rochester, N.Y. (wrestling); Jeffrey Sheldon of New Kensington (soccer); Tara Cochrane-Warrington of Mount Pleasant (basketball); South Carolina; and Dean Zanella of Everett (soccer).Boysen (Class of 1986) was a NAIA and NSCA All-American and three-time all-district and all-conference performer. He helped lead the Bearcats to a NAIA title.Giordan (’93) was a four-time All-Allegheny Lacrosse League goalie who later coached the Bearcats.Hayes (’97) was a four-year starter in basketball and set the school record for steals in a career (504) while scoring 1,204 points. She was a Kodak All-American in 1996-97 and SVC’s first homecoming queen won the William Rafferty Award for sports and academic excellence.Morda (2002) was the AMC Freshman of the Year and a three-time, first-team all-conference selection, as well as a NAIA All-American in 2002. She scored 1,776 pointsMorocco (’98) broke a 40-year scoring record for career points with 1,783, which is now third in school history. He still holds marks for assists in a season and career, and most 3-pointers in a career, season and game. He led the Bearcats to an Elite Eight finish in the national tournament.Oberst (’71) was a co-captain in wrestling.Sheldon (’84) was a four-year contributor to the soccer team.Cochrane-Warrington (2000) scored over 1,000 points in basketball and was a NAIA All-American in 1999-2000 and a Kodak All-American the following year.Zanella (’87) was a NAIA All-American, all-region and all-conference soccer player.

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