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Bryant University Athletics Hall of Fame

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Bryant University Athletics officially inducted eight individuals and one team into its Athletics Hall of Fame on the evening of April 30, 2022 at the Heidi and Walter Stepan Grand Hall inside the George E. Bello Center for Information and Technology. Honored were John Wilbur ’87 (cross country / track & field), Eimear Black ’14 (cross country / track & field), Kundayi Mawema ’10 (field hockey), Kevin Brown ’13 (baseball), Kevin Massa ’15 (lacrosse), Alex Francis ’14 (basketball), the 2004-05 Men’s Basketball team, and President Emeritus and Former First Lady, Ron and Kati Machtley. 

Left to Right:  Jon Wallace ’03, Mario Correia ’06, Cullen McCarthy ’05, John Williams, Kiley Lynch,
Kundayi Mawema ’10, Michael Rocco ’07, John Wilbur ’87, John Fogarty ’08,
Ron and Kati Machtley, Mike Williams ’04, Kevin Brown ’13, Alex Francis ’14, Kevin Massa ’15. 


Bryant University Athletics Hall of Fame Committee

Bill Smith, Director of Athletics
Jason Sullivan, Associate Athletic Director
Meagan Connolly-Murphy, Director of Athletic Development
Robin Warde P'17, Director of Alumni and Parent Engagement
Judith McDonnell, Professor of Sociology
Ron Deluga, Professor of Psychology
Elizabeth Davies '96, Hall of Fame Class of 2002
Jordan Harris '14, Hall of Fame Class of 2019
Melanie Gran, Associate Head Athletic Trainer
Mitch Switzer, Head Coach, Men's and Women's Cross Country / Track & Field 

 The Bryant University Athletics Hall of Fame honors any alumnus who has attained outstanding recognition or superior accomplishments in any varsity sport. Started in 1987, the Hall of Fame consists of the finest former athletes, contributors, former coaches and administrators and teams. Individuals become eligible for the Hall of Fame five years following graduation.  Coaches become eligible after one year while team's become eligible 10 years after final date of competition.  Nominees shall remain on the ballot for a period of two (2) Hall of Fame ballots after which time the nominee must be re-nominated.