Penn Athletics Announces Hall of Fame Class VII

PHILADELPHIA - The University of Pennsylvania's Director of Athletics, Steven J. Bilsky W'71, has announced the men and women who will represent Class VII in the Penn Athletics Hall of Fame. The class will be inducted Saturday, May 8 at The Inn at Penn.

(If you would like to attend this special event, please contact Don Snyder in the athletic department's development office at 215-746-0020 or snyderdg@upenn.edu)

Class VII features 12 recipients -- nine men, three women -- who will join 151 former Penn athletes and coaches into immortality. The class features 10 athletes, a former coach, and one special award.

Plaques honoring all members of the Hall of Fame are located in the Donaldson Room, which is in Weightman Hall on the Penn campus.

Complete bios and information about the honorees will be available on this site over the next few weeks, leading up to the induction ceremonies.

Penn Athletics Hall of Fame Class VII
Bob Atkinson W'72, men's swimming
Dionne Anthon W'92 L'05, women's basketball
Doug Glanville Eng'93, baseball
Patricia Kennedy C'87, field hockey/lacrosse
Francis Crossin C'47, men's basketball
Walter Hynoski W'55, football/baseball
John Adams W'72, men's tennis
Kelso Morrill III W'85, men's lacrosse
Bob Seddon (coach), men's soccer/baseball
Earle Craig Sweeten W'37, special award
Gail Rossmann KedoinC'88, women's fencing
Wm. Byrd Page 1887, men's track & field