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Cabrini to induct Collins, Grugan, Nollen Conaway in Hall of Fame

Saturday, 7th September 2019

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Girl's/Women's  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 9/7/19
From Press Release

On September 20th, Cabrini University will add seven distinguished members – three of them lacrosse standouts – to its Athletic Hall of Fame.

The Hall’s 10th induction class will include men’s lacrosse student-athletes Joe Collins (Monsignor Bonner) ’97 and Casey Grugan (Ridley) ’11, women’s lacrosse student-athlete Erin Nollen Conaway (Henderson) ’10, women’s soccer student-athlete Sabina DeGisi Lennon ’10, women’s basketball student-athlete Fredia Gibbs ’19, men’s tennis student-athlete Scott Giblin ’03, and volleyball student-athlete Lizzie Williams ’10.

“It will be an honor to commemorate these seven individuals this Fall,” said Cabrini Director of Athletics and Recreation Brad Koch. “Their illustrious careers as student-athletes speak volumes to their dedication and commitment while wearing the Blue and White.

“We look forward to sharing this honor alongside their families and friends and adding to an esteemed group that makes up our Hall of Fame.”

Collins (1994-97) was a member of Cabrini’s first Division III men’s lacrosse team. A two-time captain, Collins scored at least one goal in each of his games except the final game of his career. Collins continues to sit atop the program record books with 5.16 points and 3.32 goals per game.

Grugan (2007-10) scored four consecutive All-CSAC accolades and three straight All-America honors as he climbed to the top of Cabrini’s all-time scoring list. Grugan amassed 334 points during his career, which ranked 25th in NCAA history among players in Divisions I, II and III entering the 2019 season.

A four-time All-CSAC performer, Nollen Conaway (2007-10) ranks fourth in program history with 293 career points, while her 277 goals rank third and 68 assists eighth. Nollen secured a place on the CSAC’s 25th Anniversary Women’s Lacrosse Team after finishing first or second in points, goals and assists in each of her four collegiate campaigns.

These seven outstanding former student-athletes will bring the Hall of Fame to 48 members.

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