Art Martin Inducted To Holy Cross Hall Of Fame

WORCESTER, Mass. – The Holy Cross Varsity Club has announced the 2012 selections for induction into the Holy Cross Athletic Hall of Fame. Included among the 2012 inductees is former track and cross country runner Art Martin (Class of 1970).

Martin was a distance and cross country runner for Holy Cross from 1966-1970. During his senior year, he won the New England outdoor championship in the 880-yard run, an event in which he still holds the school record (1:50.3). Martin also ran a leg on numerous relay teams which set school records: the two-mile relay (7:26.8), the four-mile relay (17:26.6), the distance medley relay (9:56.0) and the freshman medley relay (7:18.3). He also finished third at the New England outdoor championship in the one-mile run (1968) and the 880-yard run (1969), while helping lead the Crusaders to the New England outdoor title as a team in 1969. In addition, Martin was part of the freshman medley relay team which won the IC4A title in 1967, while setting new meet and national records in the event.

This year's other inductees are Steve Buchanan (Class of 1974, football), Bob Cooney (Class of 1955, honorary), Ken Komodzinski (Class of 1960, baseball, football), Ann Lambiotte (Class of 1991, basketball), Mary Beth Ryan (Class of 2005, softball) and the 1995 Men's Lightweight Eight (rowing).

These new honorees will be formally inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 5, at the Varsity Club's annual dinner, to be held in the Hogan Campus Center.