The Collegian : the weekly newspaper of Behrend College. (Erie, PA) 1989-1993, October 07, 1993, Image 12

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    Page 12
by Greg Kristen
Collegian Staff
This year was different. The
Behrend College Hall of Fame
induction ceremony was held off
campus at the Bel-Aire Hotel last
Of this year's ceremony, Sports
Information Director Paul Bcnim
said, "This year's ceremony was
special because to see them come
back 10, 15, 20 years later and to
feel this heart-felt emotion about
what athletics meant to them at
Behrend College, you kind of get
chills listening to the words of
what this means to people."
The inductees for this year were
Gary Borowy, Rhonda Carlson,
James Channas, Julio DiMarco,
John Jageman, Paul Jazenski,
Tony Orlando and Ron Williams.
Jageman was an honorary
inductee for his service to
Behrend athletics. He is solely
responsible for supplying the
Nautilus equipment that is used
by all the students, faculty and
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inducts members
staff of Penn State-Behrend.
He established the Pauline
Urich Jageman Fitness Room
located in Erie Hall, in loving
memory of his wife. He also
was the recipient of the 1991
Richard Dill Service Award,
presented annually to the person
who has provided outstanding
volunteer service to Penn State-
Behrend Athletics.
He is an avid supporter of
athletics and a lifelong friend of
the Behrend community.
Borowy graduated from
University Park in 1973 after he
made his career in basketball
history at Behrend.
His success is impressive
because he compiled several
honors. In only two years at
Behrend he averaged 22 ppg., the
second highest ppg. average in 33
years of college basketball
history at Behrend.
He also led his team in 1970 to
the Penn State Commonwealth
Campus Championship and was
named to the All-Tourney team
in two consecutive seasons
Carlson was inducted for her
success in three sports,
basketball, tennis and volleyball.
She was captain of the women's
basketball team in the 1972 and
1973 seasons. In the 1973-74
season she received the White
Letter Award for basketball,
which was a symbol for the most
valuable player.
Carlson has turned her college
career Ll sports into real life.
She has become a successful
basketball coach in the Erie area
at every level of competition.
Channas, was the captain of
the Behrend soccer team for the
two years he spent here. He led
Behrend to two consecutive
Commonwealth Campus
Championships in 1970 and
He also was named the 1970
Penn State-Behrend Athlete of the
Year and was honored with All-
Region status by the National
Junior College Athletic
Association (NJCAA).
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DiMarco was a wrestler for two
years at Behrend. During those
two years he compiled a record of
21-2 in dual meets. He was
named Academic All-American in
1972 and the following year,
under Hall of Fame member
Coach Ed Onorato, he finished
sixth in the NJCAA
Jazenski was another standout
wrestler for two years at Behrend
under Coach Ed Onorato. He was
a two-time Commonwealth
Campus Champion in 1971 and
In 1972 he finished third in the
NJCAA Regional Tournament
and he finished fifth in the
National Tournament, which is
the highest in school history. In
that same year he was awarded
Athlete of the Year.
Orlando was a member of the
soccer team for four years. He
was honored as a second team
NAIA All-American selection.
He was named a District 18 All-
Star member in 1977-80 and he
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was a Regional All-American
selection in 1978-80.
His presence alone made the
soccer program excel, and in four
seasons the soccer program won
28 games, including the 1977
team that won 8 games, the most
in Behrend history.
Williams represented Behrend
basketball for four years. In his
junior year he led his team to 19
wins, a new record against four
year competition.
He was named Behrend's 1979-
80 Athlete of the Year. The next
year, he captained the team to 18
wins and was recognized as the
Most Outstanding College
Athlete in Erie County. Also, in
addition to his athletic success,
Williams attained Dean's List
status for four terms at Penn
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