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Courtesy: Manhattan Athletic Department
Release: 10/24/2006
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Dick Ciccolella '31 Starred in basketball, baseball and football. Twice earned All-Metropolitan honors as a football lineman. Member of the Jaspers' hoop squad that opened the 1930-31 season with a school-record 17-game winning streak and ended with the best single-season winning percentage (.895, 17-2) in team history. Posted an 8-1 record on the mound as a freshman.
Stacy (Jack) Edwards '87 Graduated second on the Lady Jaspers' all-time basketball list with 1,665 career points and 833 career rebounds. Ranked among the nation's top 10 with a 85% free throw shooting percentage in 1986. Earned All-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference honors that season. Earned MAAC All-Academic Team honors three times. Academic All-American as a senior.
Tom Garland '41 Scored more points than any other hurdler/ runner during his four years as a member of the Jaspers' track and field team. Posted 16 individual first-place finishes. Won nine of 11 races as a junior. Won three Metropolitan titles and set four meet records. Finished third in the 60-yard high hurdles at the 1939 Indoor IC4A Championships as Manhattan won the team title.
Tom Lindgren '55 Exemplifies the Jasper spirit both as an athlete and an alumnus. Posted 11 top-three finishes as a member of the Jaspers' track team from 1953 to 1955. Senior team captain. Member of the College's Athletic Committee which led the way to the building of Draddy Gymnasium. Helped establish the College's Athletic Hall of Fame and the Junius Kellogg Scholarship.
John Lovett '73 Five-time NCAA Track & Field All-American. Five-time IC4A Champion, twice in the 880-yard run, twice in the indoor 1,000-yard run and once as a member of the two-mile relay. Earned All-East honors 11 times. Member of the Jaspers' winning distance medley relay team that set a then-world record (9:43.8) and sparked Manhattan to the 1973 NCAA Indoor Track & Field title.
Vincent McArdle '64 Honored as the track & field team's Most Outstanding Athlete after his junior and senior years. Senior team captain. In 1964, won the intermediate hurdles at the Penn Relays, earned All-East honors at the IC4A Championships, and took All-American honors with his second-place finish at the NCAA Championships. Selected for the 1964 U.S. Olympic Trials.
Willie McLaughlin '85 Three-time NCAA All-American in the 400m. Three-time IC4A outdoor 400m champion. Earned All-East honors in the indoor 400m four times and won the race in 1985. Won three indoor 400m Metropolitan titles, as well the outdoor 200m in 1984 and the outdoor 400m in 1985. As of his induction, still held or shared four indoor and three outdoor College records.
Tyrone Pannell '64 Won the 60-yard high hurdles at the IC4A Championships and the high jump at the indoor Met's in 1962. Won the 60-yard high hurdles, the long jump and the high jump at the indoor Met's, and the high jump at the outdoor Met's in 1963. High jump champion at the 1964 indoor Met's and in the 120-yard high hurdles at the outdoor Met's. Senior co-captain. Entered the Marine Corps after college and lost his life in active duty in Vietnam.


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