DOVER, Del. – Wesley College's Athletic Department inducted 14 new members into its Hall of Fame on Friday, October 4 in a ceremony at Wells Theater. Assistant Head Football Coach Steve Azzanesi served as the Master of Ceremonies for the event which was also attended by Wesley College President William N. Johnston, Director of Athletics Mike Drass and several other special guests.
With the 14 new members inducted, Wesley College's Hall of Fame now stands at 124 members. Nine different sports were represented by former student-athletes inducted into the Hall of Fame: Baseball, Field Hockey, Football, Golf, Men's & Women's Cross Country, Men's & Women's Soccer and Wrestling
Below are some thumbnails on each of the 14 individuals inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Kelvin Bellamy ('85) – Played on Wesley's Junior College Football Teams in 1983 and 1984 and is one of just two, two-time NJCAA All-Americans (Brian Chiles, a 2012 Hall of Famer).to earn the honor for Coach Bob Andrus. Following an appearance in the JUCO All-Star Game, Bellamy started for two seasons at Morehead State where he led the team in tackles as a junior. Bellamy was also a 1986 Sporting News Preseason All-America selection.
Angela Brown Wagner ('02) – A four-year member of the cross country team, Brown Wagner earned First Team All-PAC honors three times. The fastest cross country runner in Wolverines history, Brown Wagner is still the only Wesley runner (male or female) to win a cross country conference championship. Brown Wagner went on to coach cross country and track & field at Polytech High School.
Garland (GR) Cannon ('04) – A standout on the men's soccer team after transferring from Chesapeake Community College, Cannon was a two-time All-Conference selection and also earned All-Region honors. Following his collegiate career, Cannon signed a professional contract with DC United of Major League Soccer (MLS) and has also played professionally in Iceland, Germany and France. He is also a member of the Chesapeake Community College Hall of Fame.
Laurie Catalino Laise ('04) – Catalino Laise, a goalkeeper, led the field hockey team to a pair of PAC Championships and NCAA Tournaments in 2001 and 2003 and was twice named All-Conference. Also named an All-Region selection, Catalino Laise still ranks second all-time at Wesley with a 1.14 goals against average, 85.2% save percentage and 15 shutouts. Catalino Laise continues to play field hockey and has coached locally in Delaware.
Steve Colavito ('71) – Colavito played two years of JUCO football and was twice named All-Conference while also earning All-America and All-Region honors once. After playing in the JUCO All-Star Game, Colavito went on to play fullback at Wake Forest and also played professionally for the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles. Colavito was also awarded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 1976 Veteran Allocation Draft.
Mike Feeley ('73) – Feeley was twice named All-Conference and also received Junior College All-America recognition after his sophomore season on the defensive line. Feeley then went on to play at University of Richmond for two seasons. While at Wesley, Feeley also was a heavyweight wrestler for coach Jack Fischer.
Andy Ferrario ('03) – Ferrario led the golf team to a pair of top ten finishes at the NCAA National Championships, including a runner-up finish in 2003. Ferrario was twice named All-America and All-Region and also received First Team All-PAC honors three times.
Bruce Marine ('64) – A dual sport athlete, Marine was an All-American on the football team in 1963 while also playing two years of baseball. Following his career at Wesley, Marine went on to start at the University of Connecticut and played semi-pro football for a team that was affiliated with the Philadelphia Eagles and Baltimore Colts.
Sean McCullin ('00) – McCullin started all four years on the offensive line for the football team from 1995 to 1999 and was named an All-ACFC Selection three times as well as a First Team All-American and All-Region performer. A team captain, McCullin was also a member of the ACFC All-Academic Team.
Dave Roccio ('76) – Roccio played two years of football and was a team captain on a pair of conference championship teams. Also a two-time All-Conference selection, Roccio earned All-America honors after Wesley went undefeated (10-0) in 1976 and played in the JUCO All-Star Game before playing at Towson University.
Danielle Sacchetti Caton ('04) – The 2000 PAC Women's Soccer Rookie of the Year, Sacchetti Caton earned All-Conference honors three times in her four seasons. Following her playing career, Sacchetti Caton ranked second all-time at Wesley in points (65), goals (24) and assists (17), all of which are still in the top four in program history.
Pat Schneider ('03) – A four-year starter on the offensive line, Schneider was a three-time All-ACFC Selection before earning All-Region and All-America honors as a senior. Also a two-year captain, member of the ACFC All-Academic Team and Wesley's first NCAA Playoff Team in 2000, Schneider played in the Division III Football All-Star Game and went on to coach at the high school level.
Mike Schroeder ('06) – The fastest men's cross country runner in school-history, Schroeder was named First Team All-PAC all four years after finishing in the top five at the conference championship each season. Schroeder was also a three-time PAC Cross Country Runner of the Week.
Andre Summers ('02) – A four-year starter, two-time captain and All-Academic Team selection, Summers led the football team to a pair of conference championships. Summer also received all-conference honors all four years and was twice named an All-Region and All-America performer. Summers also played on Wesley's first NCAA Playoff Team in 2000 and in the Division III All-Star Game following his senior season.