• Monmouth University Athletics Hall of Fame


    The mission of the Hall of Fame is to honor alumni and other members of the Monmouth University family who have contributed significantly to the development and success of the University's intercollegiate athletic program.


    The objective of the Hall of Fame is to recognize, honor, and perpetuate the achievements of those members of the Monmouth University family who have made outstanding contributions to Monmouth University athletics and have helped to bring recognition, honor, distinction, and excellence to Monmouth University and its athletic program.

    2013 Hall of Fame Activities:


    6:30 p.m. - Social Hour

    7:30 - 10:30 p.m. - Dinner and Program

    Monmouth University

    Wilson Hall

    400 Cedar Avenue

    West Long Branch, New Jersey

    Business Attire

    Reserved Seating


    Saturday, November 23, 2013

    Monmouth vs. Duquesne

    12 p.m. Kickoff

    Kessler Field

    2013 Inductees

    Jim Adams Soccer

    Led the Hawks to their first Northeast Conference Regular season titles ● Set the MU records for saves in a game and saves in a season in 1991 ● Set NEC Tournament record for goals against average and saves in a tournament game ●172 saves in 1991 was 20th all-time in the NCAA ● Enjoyed an 11 year professional career ● Named USL Goalkeeper of the Year in 1995

    Corey Albano '97 Basketball

    Led the Hawks to their first NCAA Tournament appearance in 1996 ● Monmouth’s all-time leading rebounder with 779 ● Finished his career with 1,599 points, fourth in school history ● Named 1996-97 Monmouth Male Athlete of the Year ● Scored a NCAA Division I school record 559 points in 1996-97 season ● Played professionally overseas for 13 years, winning an European Championship

    Heather Bryan Capuzzi ’01 Lacrosse

    Two time All-America selection ● Monmouth’s all-time leader in goals and points ● Named Monmouth’s Female Athlete of the Year twice (2000 & 2001) ● Four time All-Northeast Conference selection ● Led MU to its first NCAA Tournament appearance in 2001 ● Four-time All-Region honoree

    Jason Law ’02 Baseball

    Consensus All-America selection in 2001 ● Named NEC Rookie and Player of the Year during his career ● Led Hawks to NEC regular season and tournament title in 1999 ● Recorded seventh highest batting average in the NCAA in 2001 ● Set Monmouth single season records for home runs and hits ● Played four seasons of professional baseball

    Kimberly Lyall Flynn ’02, ’04 Softball

    Led the Hawks to their first ever NEC Regular Season Championship ● Named NEC Rookie of the Year and First Team All-NEC honors in 1999 ● Set school and NEC record for lowest ERA with a .078 ● Three-time all-league honoree ● Ranks first in MU history in strikeouts, second in career ERA and third in wins ● Owns three of the top four single season strikeout records

    Dan Sabella ’98 Football

    Led Monmouth to first NEC football championship in 1996 ● Named Northeast Conference Offensive Player of the Year in 1997 ● Three-time First Team All-NEC selection ● Finished with a 22-6 record as a starter ● Left MU owning every passing record, which stood for almost a decade ● Ranks first in 200+ yard passing games (19) and second in career touchdown passes (52)

    1982-83 Women’s Basketball Team

    Dottie Alexander Mahoney ● Sandy Clayton Fox ● Pia Frazier ● Bettina Gargiulo Kretz ● Cindy Hook Chandler ● Maggie Mathias ● Jackie Messina Kripaitis ● Sharon Mitchell ● Bonita Spence ● Rosemary Strutz Paitakis ● Tami Strutz Sasala ● Coach Milton Parker ● Asst. Coach Barbara Withers