Eight individuals—seven athletes and a coach—along with two historic St. Mark's teams will be inducted into the School's Athletic Hall of Fame in the spring of 2022. The inductees include one of the most successful boys' varsity tennis coaches in St. Mark's history, a pioneering Southborough School grad who has seen national and international success as a racing sailor and triathlete, and athletes who played football, ice hockey, lacrosse, soccer, basketball, softball, and field hockey; who wrestled; and who rowed crew. They achieved athletic success in both school and college, and they represent the best of independent school athletics. They will join the 41 athletes, nine coaches, one manager, and two teams already enshrined in St. Mark's Athletic Hall of Fame, which was first established in 2001.
Athletic Hall of Fame
St. Mark’s will celebrate the 2020 Athletic Hall of Fame inductees at a ceremony in the spring of 2022. We will send more details about this event as they become available.
St. Mark’s School’s honors the most deserving of its past athletes with induction into the School’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Eligibility is considered based on athletic accomplishments at St. Mark’s and beyond, but specifically how such participation has brought credit to the school and served as a model for its community.
Athletic Hall of Fame News
Six St. Markers and two teams will be honored at the 2018 St. Mark's Athletic Hall of Fame ceremony, which will take place at 10 AM in the Putnam Family Arts Center's Class of 1945 Hall on the Saturday of this year's Reunion Weekend.
On Wednesday evening, December 13, SM alumnus Scott Young '85 was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame. Scott Young is pictured here at the Hall of Fame ceremony with current SM athletic director John Levandowski.
William A. "Fritz" Wiedergott, longtime coach and athletic director at St. Mark's, died on Sunday, February 5, 2017, at UMass Medical Center in Worcester. He was 82.