Sewanee announces its 2017 Hall of Fame class

Sewanee announces its 2017 Hall of Fame class

SEWANEE, Tenn. (May 16, 2017) –The Sewanee Athletic Department and Athletic Director Mark Webb announced Tuesday that five individuals and one team have been selected for induction into the Sewanee Athletics Hall of Fame.

The Class of 2017 will be honored during Hall of Fame Weekend, September 29-30th. 

The class will also be introduced at halftime of the Tigers' home football against Hendrix on Saturday, September 30th.

The 2017 Class inductees: 

Kim Fauls, C'97  Lettered in women's basketball from 1994-97 … Fauls ranks third all-time on the career scoring list with 1,559 points … she also ranks seventh in career rebounds (690) … Fauls was a four-time All-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) selection … she was a second-team All-SCAC member as a freshman and was then awarded a spot on the All-SCAC First-Team her final three seasons. 

Mike Lumpkin, C'73 – Lumpkin was a four-year lettterwinner in football from 1970-73 … Lumpkin was an outstanding defensive end for the Tigers where he earned All-American honors in 1973 … additionally, Lumpkin was captain for Sewanee in 1972 and 1973 … Lumpkin's grandfather and father also played football for the Tigers.

Doug Paschall, C'66  Lettered in football in 1964 and 1965 where he was two-year captain for the Tigers … after being injured as a sophomore, Paschall returned as a junior, where he led the Tigers to an 8-1 record … Paschall was also a key part of the 1965 team that finished 7-1 and won the CAC Championship ... off the field, he was a 1966 NCAA Postgraduate Scholar and a Rhodes Scholar.

Jim Startz, C'85  Startz lettered in men's basketball for the Tigers from 1982-85 … Startz ranks among the program's best in career points and rebounds … Startz ranks sixth all-time in scoring with 1,457 career points and 10th all-time in rebounds with 650 career boards … he also ranks among the program's top-six in three other statistical categories … during his junior and senior seasons, Startz was an all-conference and All-South selection.

Katie Teague, C'93  Teague lettered in field hockey from 1989-92 … she was selected as the first player in program history to play in the North/South All-Star game … Teague led Sewanee to a 15-2 record as a senior and to the 1992 KIT Championship … that season, Teague scored a team-high 11 goals and had seven assists … she was also a 1992 Regional All-American … Teague was a four-time KIT All-Conference selection and was named the 1992 KIT Tournament MVP … she also led Sewanee to the 1991 KIT Championship.

2007 Women's Tennis Team – The 2007 Sewanee women's tennis team had the highest final national ranking of any Sewanee team in athletic department history … the Tigers posted a 23-2 record and finished the season ranked third … Sewanee's two losses came against 2007 National Champion Washington & Lee and national runner-up Amherst in the NCAA semifinals … during the season, Sewanee defeated seven top-20 teams (Carnegie Mellon, Swarthmore, Emory (twice), DePauw, Denison, and Williams) … the Tigers earned a trip to the Elite Eight after Sewanee defeated four-time defending National Champion Emory 5-4 in the NCAA Regional final … two players were ranked nationally in singles while one doubles team was ranked in the top-15 … the team featured two All-Americans, three All-SCAC players, five All-SCAC All-Tournament selections, four ITA National Scholar Athletes, the 2007 SCAC Coach of the Year, an NCAA Postgraduate Scholar, a CoSIDA Academic All-American, and the 2007 ITA National Rookie and National Senior Player of the Year award winners … additionally, Gabriela Carvalho (singles) and Carvalho/Laura Fanjoy (doubles) were ITA National finalist.

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