Carr, Spinner, Todt Inducted into Webster Athletics Hall of Fame

| February 5, 2013

Angie Carr, Crystal Shelton Spinner and Marty Todt were inducted into the Webster University Athletics Hall of Fame on Feb. 2, 2013.

The Webster University Athletics Hall of Fame added three new members when Angie Carr, Crystal Shelton Spinner, and Marty Todt were inducted Feb. 2. Webster University President Beth Stroble joined athletic director Tom Hart in helping each new member into their Hall of Fame jacket. Hall Of Fame members were also presented with a crystal prism award.

The induction ceremony took place at halftime of the Webster men’s basketball game vs. Greenville College. The Hall of Famers, their families and supporters gathered for a reception in their honor in the University Center’s Sunnen Lounge immediately following the game.

The Hall of Fame was founded in 2009. The threesome brings the total number of members in the Hall to 15. Read more about the inductees:

Angie Carr

Carr, a Webster 2005 graduate in Advertising and Marketing Communications, was a member of Webster’s NCAA III “Sweet Sixteen” women’s basketball team in 2001-02. She was the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) Player of the Year in 2005, and was a SLIAC First Team, All-Conference choice three straight seasons from 2002-2005.  Carr was also a DIII News 2005 All-American, Honorable Mention.

Carr holds the Webster women’s basketball career record for points (1658), is second in rebounds (749) and free throws made (373), and is third in steals (196). Her 530 points scored in 2004-05 ranks as the second highest single season total for Webster. Carr  is currently the manager of special events at the Peabody Opera House (formerly the Kiel Opera House) in St. Louis.

Crystal Shelton Spinner

Spinner, a 2007 graduate in Business Administration from Webster, was the SLIAC Player of the Year in 2005, and the SLIAC Newcomer of the Year in 2004. She was a SLIAC First Team, All-Conference selection all four years she played at Webster (2004-07).

Spinner holds the Webster career volleyball records for kills (1785), digs (1649), and sets played (450), and is second in career aces (155). She is also the Webster single season record holder for kills (526). Spinner completed a master’s degree at Fontbonne University.

Marty Todt

Todt graduated from Webster in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts in Management. He completed his 25th season as Webster’s head men’s soccer coach in 2012. He has led the Gorloks to five SLIAC regular season and five SLIAC Conference Tournament Championships, including both titles in 2012.

Todt has taken teams to the NCAA III Tournament on five different occasions.  He is 44th in wins (238) for all active men’s coaches in the NCAA III. He has the most wins of any SLIAC soccer coach with a career SLIAC record of 123-66-21. Todt is the ‘dean’ of the Webster Athletics coaching staff, coming on board in 1988, and coaching men’s soccer 25 of the 29 seasons the program has existed. Todt was inducted into the St. Louis Soccer Hall of Fame in 2011.

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