WORTON, MD -- Six Washington College alumni will be inducted into the Kent County (MD) High School Athletic Hall of Fame Saturday, September 24th.
Heading the list of inductees is Trish McGee '81, who is being honored for her 15-year stretch as Kent County's varsity field hockey coach, during which she led the Trojans to six region championships, two state finals, and two conference championships. McGee is the associate editor at the Kent County News.
The youngest of the inductees is Jon Fellows '02. A two-time lacrosse All-American at Washington College and former NCAA Division III Attackman of the Year, Fellows graduated from Kent County High School in 1998. He also holds a Master's degree from WC.
Tammy Seip Goodman '99 is Kent County's current varsity field hockey coach and was the high school's Outstanding Female Athlete in 1995. She later played two years of field hockey at Washington College.
Mike Hanifee '93 is a 1989 graduate of Kent County who later played four years of baseball and a year of soccer at WC, serving as a baseball team captain as a senior.
Carolyn Athey Harms '93 and Lisa Athey Clarke '96 complete the Washington College contingent of inductees. Harms, a 1989 Kent County graduate who later also earned a Master's from WC, played field hockey and lacrosse at the college, while Clarke played field hockey and tennis at WC.