TCNJ Magazine - Spring 2017

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13 13 PETER MURPHY On the mound Cirillo is 14-3 in his first two seasons. Last year he was named to the NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic All-Region second team. 1959 FOOTBALL TEAM Posted a 7-1 record, one of the best seasons in program history. Exceptional defense, with four shutouts during the season and three in their final four wins. JOE CAMILLONE 1973–2008 Beloved head athletic trainer; developed healthcare program for student-athletes to help keep them healthy on and off the field. In 2007, received the Presidential Award from Eastern Athletic Trainers Association. ANN DEGENNARO '83, '88 All-American softball player; team captain of the 1983 national championship team. Coaching staffer for 1987 national title team. 1985 FIELD HOCKEY TEAM Under first-year head coach Sharon Pfluger '82, captured the NCAA championship —its third national title in program history — by defeating Millersville College, 1-0. CHARLOTTE HEENAN '88, '92 All-American field hockey goaltender who helped to win national champion- ships in 1983 and 1985. Holds records for most career saves (564), shutouts (59), and save percentage (.904). Returned as assistant coach in 1988; contributed to five more national titles. ROBERT MCGINTY '89 Offensive lineman 1987–89. As senior captain, led the Lions to a 9-1 record. Earned 1989–90 Varsity 'T' Award for most outstanding athlete. JASON CAIRNS '97 Forward on 1996 men's soccer national championship team. Named the Division III Player of the Year in 1997. BRITTNY BOYD '06 Two-sport standout for women's soccer and track and field. Soccer: Ranks fourth in program history in goals (45) and assists (106). Track: 18-time All-American; won national titles in 2004 and 2005 in 4x100 and 4x400 relays. A big round of applause for the 2017 inductees —Mark Gola

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