Orono, Maine — Registration is now open for the 2022 College of Maine Sports activities Corridor of Fame Induction Banquet!
This yr’s induction banquet will happen on Friday, October 21 at Jeff’s Catering in Brewer, Maine from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The night will start with a social hour and hors d’oeuvres adopted by a buffet meal and the official induction ceremony.
This particular occasion will likely be by reservation solely, with restricted area obtainable. Grownup reservations for the occasion can be found for $50. Youngsters (10 and underneath) are $25. To order your seat for the UMaine Sports activities Corridor of Fame Induction Banquet, please go to GoBlackBears.com/tickets. When you want to mail your fee, please contact banquet Co-Chairs Cherie Damon (207.949.4745 / firstname.lastname@example.org) or Sue Pate (207.249.9245 / email@example.com).
Gown for the occasion will likely be enterprise apparel, black tie non-compulsory.
This yr’s College of Maine Sports activities Corridor of Fame induction class options Elizabeth Carone Prelgovisk (’81), five-time New England swimming champion; Stephen Cooper (’03), soccer All-American and two-time convention defensive participant of the yr; Scott Morse (’87), baseball All-American; Mike Viani (Norman) (’89), who held 11 observe & discipline information on the time of his commencement; John Tortorella (’81), males’s ice hockey pioneer and the 2004 NHL Coach of the 12 months; Liz Wooden (’16), three-time girls’s basketball all-conference choice; the 1915 IC4A meet Nationwide Champion males’s cross nation workforce, and the 1994 America East Champion and NCAA participant softball workforce.