Lynchburg, Va. -- University of Lynchburg, its alumni office and athletic department are proud to announce the 2019 class of the Lynchburg Sports Hall of Fame.
This year's class includes greats from five sports: baseball, women's basketball, field hockey, women's soccer, and track & field.
Ashley Hoath '10, '13 DPT, women's soccer
Hoath earned All-America honors in both 2008 and '09 and three All-ODAC recognitions in her standout career and helped the women's soccer program to its first-ever national semifinal appearance as a senior. She is one of eight players in program history to record four or more career hat tricks.
Lucas Jones '05, baseball
An All-American in 2005, two-time all-region and three-time All-State selection, Jones holds a share of the program's single-season record for hits and ranks second in Lynchburg history in career batting average. He is entering his third season as the head baseball coach at the university.
Andrea Fleming McPike '06, '09 MEd, field hockey
The four-time All-ODAC pick and All-American in 2004, McPike ranks third on the Hornets' all-time leaderboard in career goals and fourth in points.
Allie Weir '10, field hockey
Weir is one of the greatest field hockey players in Division III history, ranking second in the division records in career goals and tied for second in career points. She is Lynchburg's all-time leading scorer and ranks fifth in career assists. Weir was an All-American in 2008 and '09 and was a four-time All-State and All-ODAC honoree.
Caroline Wesley Siler '07, women's basketball
The program's all-time leader in blocked shots, Wesley was a first-team All-ODAC and All-State selection in her career. She also holds Lynchburg's single-season field goal percentage and blocks records and ranks second in career field goal percentage and fourth all-time in points.
Wypkjen "Vicki" Osinga Younger '00, women's track & field
The first two-time All-American in the history of Lynchburg's women's track & field program, Osinga earned the honor in the high jump in the 1999 outdoor season and the following indoor season.
The group will be formally inducted at the 2019 Homecoming Weekend Alumni Awards Reception & Dinner on Friday, Oct. 18, starting at 5:30 p.m. in the third floor of the Drysdale Student Center. Cost is $30 per person, and attendees should register as soon as possible.
Follow this link to RSVP for the awards banquet and other exciting 2019 Lynchburg Homecoming events.
Check back on LynchburgSports.com the week prior to the Homecoming inductions for a series of features on this year's Lynchburg Sports Hall of Fame class.
To see the full list of Lynchburg Sports Hall of Famers, Teams of Distinction, and special citation award winners, click here.