Washington College to Induct Six into Hall of Fame, Will Also Honor 2013 Softball Team

Washington College to Induct Six into Hall of Fame, Will Also Honor 2013 Softball Team

CHESTERTOWN, Md. — The Washington College Athletic Hall of Fame will welcome six new inductees and honor the 2013 softball team during a dinner and ceremony on Saturday, October 14th. A brief synopsis of each inductee and the honored team follows.

George Rosengarten Atterbury '97 - Lacrosse
George Atterbury was a two-time first-team All-American midfielder for the Shoremen lacrosse team. He was also a two-time All-Centennial Conference first-team selection and helped lead the Shoremen to back-to-back Centennial Conference Championships and back-to-back NCAA Division III Championship Games.

Ne'Ko Morrissa Browder '04 - Tennis
Ne'Ko Browder was a four-time All-Centennial Conference first-team selection in both singles and doubles. She qualified for the NCAA Division III Doubles Tournament three times, earning All-America honors in 2002, and was a three-time Centennial Conference Doubles Champion. She also qualified for the 2004 NCAA Division III Singles Tournament and helped lead the Shorewomen to a share of the 2002 Centennial Conference Championship.

Timothy J. Hart '79 - Lacrosse
Tim Hart was a two-time All-America third-team selection as a goalie for the Shoremen lacrosse team. He made a tournament-record 57 saves during the Shoremen's three games in the 1977 NCAA Division II/III Tournament, helping lead them to the championship game. He made 34 saves in a 1979 game against Navy. 

Janet Studdiford Malcolm '04 - Lacrosse
Janet Studdiford was a two-time All-Centennial Conference first-team attacker. She ranks second at Washington College in career points with 262 and holds the school's single-season record for points with 95 in 2003. She also owns a share of the single-game school record for points with 11. She helped lead the Shorewomen to three consecutive Centennial Conference Tournaments and an ECAC Mid-Atlantic Championship Game appearance. 

Seth Brian Morgan '02 - Tennis
A transfer student, Seth Morgan was a three-time All-American in doubles and was a three-time All-Centennial Conference first-team selection in both singles and doubles. He won the 2000 Centennial Conference Doubles Championship and the 1999 and 2001 Rolex Regional Doubles Championships. He helped lead the Shoremen to three Centennial Conference Championships and three NCAA Division III Tournament appearances.

Shoko Nakamura '04 - Tennis
Shoko Nakamura was a four-time All-Centennial Conference first-team selection in doubles and a two-time All-Centennial Conference first-team selection in singles. She qualified for the NCAA Division III Doubles Tournament three times, earning All-America honors in 2002, and was a three-time Centennial Conference Doubles Champion. She helped lead the Shorewomen to a share of the 2002 Centennial Conference Championship.

Honored Team: 2013 Softball Team
While the Washington College Hall of Fame does not induct teams, it does, on occasion, honor past teams during its annual induction ceremony. In 2013, the softball team won its first-ever Centennial Conference Championship and advanced to its first-ever NCAA Division III Tournament while winning 27 games - six more victories than it had ever previously won in a season. The Shorewomen's 20-woman roster featured 10 student-athletes who would earn All-Centennial Conference recognition during their careers.