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MANHATTAN COLLEGE ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 2022 ANNOUNCED – Manhattan College News

Eight individuals will be elected to the Manhattan College Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2022, and two outstanding teams have been selected for special recognition. The 43rd annual induction ceremony and dinner will take place on Saturday, November 12.

This year’s honorees are: 

  • Jeanine Hanratty ’95 (volleyball) 
  • John Kennelly ’78 (tennis) 
  • Malin Marmbrandt (Otterling) ’10 (women’s track and field) 
  • Dan Mecca, (head coach, men’s and women’s track and field and men’s and women’s cross country track and field) 
  • Jaci Rahey ’11, (softball and volleyball) 
  • Tiffany Schettig ’03, (women’s basketball) 
  • Steve Trimper (head coach, baseball)
  • Conrad Weiden ’80 (men’s swimming) 

Additionally, the 1973 NCAA indoor track and field national championship team and the 1991-92 men’s basketball team will be honored for their contributions. The class of 2022 features athletes and coaches in eight sports whose contributions to the College span nearly 40 years. 

“The administration, and the hall of fame committee are excited to welcome the class of 2022 into the Manhattan College Athletic Hall of Fame,” said Marianne Reilly, ‘82,  director of intercollegiate athletics. “A diverse class across sports and eras of Jasper athletics, these former Jaspers have represented Manhattan with distinction. As student-athletes, coaches and alumni, they are deserving additions to our hall of fame. We look forward to honoring this class and celebrating all individual and team accomplishments.”

Jeanine Hanratty ’95 was an All-MAAC volleyball honoree as a senior, and was named to the MAAC All-Tournament Team in 1994. During her time on the team, Hanratty helped lead the Jaspers to the semifinals. Individually, Hanratty holds the Manhattan record for assists in a single season with 1,302 and sets played at 142. Both records were set in 1994 when she was a senior. Hanratty is among the Jaspers all-time top ten in assists, hitting percentage, and solo blocks. Academically, Hanratty was a three-time MAAC All-Academic Team member and earned the Jasper Award in 1994-95. She was also a two-time Outstanding Performer Award winner for volleyball. 

John Kennelly ’78 helped Manhattan go 8-0 in league play to win the title as a freshman. He was a three-time tennis team captain during his sophomore through senior seasons. He recorded a ten-match winning streak as a junior while playing first singles and first doubles and helped the Jaspers post a winning record in three of his four seasons. Kennelly was also named team MVP as a junior in 1976-77 and was a two-time most outstanding performer for the Jaspers. 

Malin Marmbrandt (Otterling) ’10 left her mark in the long and triple jump for the Jaspers. In 2010, Marmbrandt became the lone female student-athlete to win the long jump and triple jump at the ECAC Championships. The former Jasper still holds both the indoors and outdoors school record in the long jump and placed second in the triple jump to Hall of Famer Tina Magi. During her career in Riverdale, Marmbrandt was a 10-time MAAC Champion, a  four-time ECAC long jump champion, and a two-time ECAC triple jump champion. At the Metropolitan Championships, Mambrandt won the long and triple jumps eight times and also qualified for NCAA Preliminary Rounds as a sophomore, junior, and senior. 

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Source: https://manhattan.edu/news/archive/2022/09/jasper-hall-of-fame%20.php

Eight individuals will be elected to the Manhattan College Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2022, and two outstanding teams have been selected for special recognition. The 43rd annual induction ceremony and dinner will take place on Saturday, November 12.

This year’s honorees are: 

Jeanine Hanratty ’95 (volleyball) 
John Kennelly ’78 (tennis) 
Malin Marmbrandt (Otterling) ’10 (women’s track and field) 
Dan Mecca, (head coach, men’s and women’s track and field and men’s and women’s cross country track and field) 
Jaci Rahey ’11, (softball and volleyball) 
Tiffany Schettig ’03, (women’s basketball) 
Steve Trimper (head co…….

Eight individuals will be elected to the Manhattan College Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2022, and two outstanding teams have been selected for special recognition. The 43rd annual induction ceremony and dinner will take place on Saturday, November 12.

This year’s honorees are: 

Jeanine Hanratty ’95 (volleyball) 
John Kennelly ’78 (tennis) 
Malin Marmbrandt (Otterling) ’10 (women’s track and field) 
Dan Mecca, (head coach, men’s and women’s track and field and men’s and women’s cross country track and field) 
Jaci Rahey ’11, (softball and volleyball) 
Tiffany Schettig ’03, (women’s basketball) 
Steve Trimper (head co…….

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