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Honoring Greatness

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Photo by Carl Socolow '77.

by Kandace Kohr

Homecoming & Family Weekend is a time for Dickinsonians to return to campus to revive old friendships, reminisce about the time they spent within these limestone walls and forge new bonds. But for a select few, the weekend holds an additional meaning—one of immense pride and  well-deserved recognition as they are inducted into the Dickinson College Athletics Hall of Fame. 

This year, six individuals were recognized for their dedication and success as Red Devils: Callie Bradley ’04 (cross country/track & field), Eric Dube ’08 (football), Katie Austin-Bundy ’07 (field hockey/lacrosse), Matt Liebal ’07 (cross country/track & field), Ana Sokol Bullok ’09 (lacrosse) and Darwin Breaux (head football coach, 1993-2016). The 2006 football team was also honored.

About the inductees

  • As a cross country and track & field athlete, Bradley was a McAndrews Award winner, an All-American, regional and Centennial Conference (CC) champion and runner of the year.
  • Dube was named All-America and was nationally ranked during his career as a linebacker. He also holds the school records for both tackles and solo tackles.
  • Austin-Bundy holds numerous school records in both field hockey and women’s lacrosse, and she was recognized numerous times by the CC.
  • Liebal was an All-America cross country/track & field athlete and holds school records for outdoor track & field events.
  • Bullok holds five school records in lacrosse and was named an All-America athlete.
  • Breaux was honored in recognition of his years of success in coaching football and golf. He holds the record for most games won in football program history, posting an overall record of 131-113-1 and a 97-81-1 mark in the CC.
  • The 2006 football team had an extraordinary year, with an 8-3 record overall and a 5-1 record in the CC, bringing home the team’s ninth title and reaching the NCAA Division III playoffs. It was ranked ninth in the nation for sacks and 18th nationally for rushing defense.

This year’s inductees join a vast array of more than 130 Hall of Fame honorees, including athletes who predate this year’s group by over a century. Alumni admitted into this select group embody the mission of the Hall of Fame: to sustain the legacy, and to promote and celebrate those individuals and teams who have made outstanding contributions to Dickinson athletics and have helped to bring recognition, honor, distinction and excellence to Dickinson and its intercollegiate athletic program. 

Read more from the fall 2019 issue of Dickinson Magazine.


Published November 18, 2019