Four New Members Inducted Into Webster Athletics Hall of Fame

| February 12, 2014
The four newest members of the Webster University Athletics Hall of Fame formally took their places in an induction ceremony on February 8, at Grant Gymnasium.  Angela Martinez Brooks, Sue McClintock, Brett Mueller, and Gail Vogt made up the 2014 class

At the induction ceremony on Feb. 8, President Beth Stroble, Provost and Senior Vice President Julian Schuster, along with director of Athletics Merry Graf, presented each inductee with their award and their Hall of Fame jackets.

The four newest members of the Webster University Athletics Hall of Fame formally took their places in an induction ceremony on Feb. 8, at Grant Gymnasium. Angela Martinez Brooks, Sue McClintock, Brett Mueller, and Gail Vogt made up the 2014 class, bringing the total of members in the Hall to 19 since its creation in 2009.

Brooks was a standout for the women’s soccer team, McClintock served as office manager for the Athletic department for 17 years, Mueller still holds records for the baseball team, as does Vogt for softball.

The induction ceremony took place at halftime of the men’s basketball team’s exciting 90-85 victory, a come from behind win over MacMurray College. The large crowd on hand for the afternoon were also treated to a 64-46 win for the women’s basketball team over MacMurray in the previous contest.

The Hall of Famers, their families, supporters and members of the Athletics staff gathered for a┬áreception to honor the newest members in the University Center’s Sunnen Lounge immediately following the men’s game.

Brooks and McClintock are both residents of Portland, Ore., making the trip to St. Louis to be honored. Vogt traveled from San Diego, Calif., to take her place in the Hall.

The Hall of Fame Class of 2014 is the fifth, with the inaugural class inducted in 2010. The bios for this year’s inductees can be read here.

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