Jan. 19, 2005
Sally Schulte, an assistant coach for the Georgia Tech volleyball team the past three seasons, is among three athletes that will be inducted into the Xavier University Hall of Fame this weekend.
Chosen as members of the Class of 2005 are Lenny Brown, a basketball standout who played from 1995-98, former soccer player Terrence “Mac” Garrigan, who graduated in 1981, and Schulte, who competed for the Musketeers from 1993-96. The trio will bring Xavier’s total number of inductees to 90 for its hall of fame, which was chartered in 1980.
Schulte, a four-time all conference selection, finihsed her career as the school’s career kill leader (1,749) while ranking second in career digs (1,338). During her four year career, she helped the Musketeers to an 88-55 mark while helping Xavier make the transition into the Atlantic 10 from the Midwestern Collegiate Conference.
“I am very honored to be inducted into the Xavier University Hall of Fame,” said Schulte. “I have been very blessed with the opportunities I was given at Xavier both in the classroom and on the volleyball court while having incredible teammates, coaches and roles models that had the same passion and vision that I did. I have immense pride for the school, athletics, the Jesuit tradition and the people that make Xavier University special.”
Schulte will be inducted with the Class of 2005 on Friday, Jan. 21, at a ceremony to be held in the Cintas Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. She becomes the first volleyball player to become inducted into the Xavier University Hall of Fame.