11. Michelle Knox Zaloom (crew, volleyball; 1982-86). The first woman inducted into the GW Athletic Hall of Fame, Knox Zaloom was a standout in volleyball and crew. She was volleyball team most valuable player in 1985 and made first team Atlantic 10 in ’84 and ’85. She was all-A-10 in crew from ’84 to ’86. In `91 and `93, she rowed on the national team. In `92 and `96, she rowed in the Olympics.

12. John Fenlon (football, baseball, basketball; 1929-33). The only three-sport athlete in the GW Athletic Hall of Fame, Fenlon was honorable mention All-American in 1932 for football. He would later become football coach at Richmond, where he is also a Hall of Famer.

13. Noelia Gomez (women’s basketball; 1996-99). Gomez is one of three women’s basketball players to be named A-10 Player of the Year. As a freshman, she was second team all-A-10 and Rookie of the Year. Was first team all-A-10 for two years.

14. Debbie Hemery (women’s basketball; 1991-95). Hemery is third on the scoring list. She was 1995 A-10 Player of the Year.

15. Mario Lone (men’s soccer; 1988-91). The GW career leader in points (117) and goals (50), Lone also is fifth on the assists list with 17. Lone, who led GW to the Sweet 16 in 1989, holds season marks for goals (19), matches with a score (14) and points (46).

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