New to the Hall of Fame

Five Logger athletes and one former coach were inducted into the Puget Sound athletics Hall of Fame on Feb. 3. They were:

Andrea Egans Roelen ’95 led the Logger volleyball team to the 1993 NAIA National Championship. A two-time NAIA All-American, she also was a two-time National All-Tournament Team member and a three-time league Player of the Year. In addition to her domination on the court, Roelen was a dean’s list student and trustee scholar.

Bob Lucey ’71 was an NCAA Division II All-American in football for the Loggers. Playing guard for the football team, Lucey was an All-Northwest Guard in both 1969 and 1970. He went on to coach Curtis High School to four state titles in 31 years of coaching. His career record as a coach was 198–117, all at Curtis.

Sam Ring coached the women’s cross country teams to four consecutive NAIA national titles from 1992–95. The 1993 NAIA National Coach of the Year, Ring produced two individual national champions. He also is a member of the Tacoma-Pierce County Sports Hall of Fame.

Jill Rutledge Follett B.A.’90, M.P.T.’93 was a 32-time NAIA First-Team All-American and a 14-time NAIA national champion in swimming. Rutledge won back-to-back national titles in the 100-yard butterfly—in 1988 and 1989—and won the national title in the 100-yard freestyle in 1990. She was also a member of 11 national championship relay teams and a four-time Academic All-American.

Shelly Simmons Allen ’88 was a two-time All-American in soccer. Simmons finished her career as the Loggers’ leader in game-winning goals for a career, points in a season, points in a career, goals in a season, and goals in a career. She was a First-Team All-District selection for four straight years, from 1985-88.