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Dominic Sorrenti

"The Exercise Science program at LSSU definitely prepared me for a career in the clinical field. The background experiences that I attained from my placements and internships helped me spearhead the development of a cardiac rehab program in Sault Ste Maire, ON. I feel that my degree at LSSU paved the way for my career today."

Dominic Sorrenti
Exercise Science Alum,
Vascular Intervention Exercise Program / Cardiac Rehab

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Hall of Fame

2001 Hall of Fame Inductees

Frank Anzalone

  • Hockey 1982 – 1990, Ice Hockey Coach
  • Led the Lakers to their first NCAA Division I Championship (1987-88)
  • Led the Lakers to their first CCHA Championship (1987-88)
  • NCAA Quarterfinalist (1988-89, 19989-90)
  • Led Lakers to first NCAA Tournament appearance (1984-85)
  • 191-108-22 (.630 winning percentage), December 1982 to 1990

Linda Thompson Hula

  • Basketball - 1980-1984
  • 1st Team All-GLIAC (1982-83, 1983-84)
  • 5th Laker to break the 1,000 point barrier (1363 points)
  • Top 10 season marks in scoring, field goals, free throws, field goal percentage, rebounding and assists
  • Top 10 career marks in scoring, assists and field goals
  • Terry McDermott Award (1980-81)
  • Outstanding Female Athlete (1983-84)

John Bennin

  • Basketball - 1964-67
  • Scored 999 points
  • Scored 402 points, the 10th best season mark at the time (1966-67)
  • Led the Lakers in assists in each season
  • Established the single game assist mark with 16. A record that stood for more than twenty years.
  • Top 25 on the Laker points and assist career charts.
  • Cliff Everett Award recipient 1966-67

Mike West

  • Basketball - 1983-87
  • 1st team All GLIAC (1985, 1986, 1987)
  • Team MVP (1985, 1986, 1987)
  • Top 10 single season marks including points, shooting percentage, free throw percentage, and field goals.
  • Top 10 career marks including points, field goals, free throw percentage and assists.

James Leyndyke

  • Wrestling - 1971-74
  • NCAA Finals – fourth place (1974)
  • GLIAC Champion (126 lb. 1974)
  • NAIA District 23 Champion (1972, 1973, 1974)
  • NAIA Runner-up (126 lb. 1971-72)
  • NAIA All American (1972)
  • NAIA Coaches All American (1971-72)
  • Top 10 careers marks include falls (32, 4th), wins (97, 6th), points (362, 7th)

 

 

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