Ann Lambiotte 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 basketball player Ann Lambiotte (Class of 1991).
Lambiotte was an outstanding long-range shooter for the Crusader women's basketball team in the late 1980s and early 1990s. She holds the all-time Holy Cross career record for highest three-point field goal percentage (51.1 percent), in addition to standing seventh all-time in career free throw percentage (78.5 percent), ninth in career scoring average (12.8 points per game), 10th in career field goals made (491) and career free throws made (281), and 12th in career points scored (1,354). Lambiotte also holds the top three spots on the school single-season list for three-point field goal percentage, setting the record in 1989-1990 at 56.1 percent. A first team All-Conference selection in both the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (1990) and the Patriot League (1991), she helped lead the Crusaders to an overall record of 87-34 during her collegiate career, with the team winning the 1989 MAAC championship and the 1991 Patriot League title. The MVP of the 1989 MAAC Tournament, Lambiotte was also named a third team Academic All-American and the Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 1991 for her work in the classroom.
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), Art Martin (Class of 1970, cross country, track and field), 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.