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Six Saints Inducted into Athletics Hall of Fame

Jim Norman

Congratulations to the six outstanding Saints who were inducted into our Athletics Hall of Fame during Alumni Weekend in early June!

 Two of the honorees were inducted posthumously:

Francis Bice ’77, football, basketball, lacrosse—Frank was a true inspiration to our hilltop community as both a player and coach

Kevin Sheehan ’62, soccer, basketball, baseball—Kevin was a natural leader and tremendous athlete who would later become a trustee of the School

The other inductees included:

Byron Landers ’81, football, basketball, track and field—Byron excelled in many sports and was a key member of the undefeated 1980 Varsity Football team that already has a place in our Hall of Fame

Andrew Flood ’82, cross country, track and field—Andrew set numerous school records on the track and was one of our greatest competitive runners ever

Megan McDonald Collins ’90, soccer, basketball, lacrosse—Megan was a phenomenal all-around athlete and a natural leader on every one of her teams

Timothy Fingerhut ’90, hockey, football, basketball—Tim was a standout athlete who earned a full hockey scholarship to the University of Vermont, was drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins, and played minor league hockey for 10+ years

At the ceremony held on the hilltop, Director of Athletics Jim Stone P ’23, ’24 sung the praises of our latest Hall of Famers. “There is great pride in the history of the Saints program, and it is a privilege for me to be a part of this,” he said. “The Athletics Hall of Fame recognizes those alumni, coaches, and teams whose accomplishments have been of the highest caliber and have brought honor and distinction to Canterbury School. We are thrilled to present another class that spans across generations and decades, representing many different sports at Canterbury.”

Kudos to our 2022 Hall of Fame class!