2020 Dick Watts Hall of Fame Class Announced

2020 Dick Watts Hall of Fame Class Announced

OWINGS MILLS, Md. – The Stevenson University athletics department announced Tuesday that seven individuals and one team will comprise the 2020 class of the Dick Watts Stevenson Athletics Hall of Fame.  The class, the seventh since the Hall of Fame was founded in 2014, will be inducted on Friday, October 23, 2020 during Homecoming Weekend.

Allison (Humphries) Cuneo '11 of women's soccer, Tanisha Foster '08 of women's basketball, men's volleyball standout J.R. Jackson '09, Steve Kazimer '10 of men's lacrosse, Matt Lukehart '10 of men's golf and Lauren Zegowitz '10 of women's lacrosse are the six former student-athletes to be inducted

Current men's and women's golf head coach and former Assistant Athletic Director and women's basketball head coach Chris Ramer will be inducted as a contributor.

In addition, the Hall of Fame will also recognize the 2010 women's lacrosse team as a Team of Tradition.

Including this year's class, the Dick Watts Stevenson Athletics Hall of Fame, founded in 2014 as the University celebrated the 20th anniversary of the start of NCAA Division III athletics in 1994, consists of 54 individuals and eight Teams of Tradition. 

Cuneo was a four-year standout for the women's soccer program from 2007-10 and also played one season of basketball.  A three-time All-Conference selection, Cuneo was the Capital Athletic Conference Player of the Year as a senior and also earned NSCAA All-Region accolades that year.  She was a member of the Mustangs' 2010 NCAA tournament team.  Cuneo finished her career with 15 goals and 10 assists for 40 points.  She is currently Stevenson's Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Relations.

   

Foster was a four-year member of the women's basketball program from 2004-08.  She ranks third in career scoring with 1,265 points in 95 games (13.2 ppg).  Foster is the program's all-time leader in blocked shots with 187 also sits third in career rebounds with 866 and ninth in career assists with 160.  She was a First-Team North Eastern Athletic Conference All-Conference selection as a freshman and earned Second Team All-NEAC as a sophomore.

   

Jackson played four years of men's volleyball at Stevenson and is the program's all-time leader in kills with 1,511.  He also ranks fourth in career hitting percentage at .292 and sits sixth in career blocks with 265.  Jackson was a two-time NECVA West Second Team selection, earning the honor as a freshman and again as a senior, and was a First Team All-NEAC choice as a sophomore in 2007.

   

Kazimer was a two-time USILA Division III Attackman of the Year and a three-time All-American for the men's lacrosse program from 2007-10.  Kazimer tallied 116 goals and 131 assists for 247 points, good for sixth in career points, fourth in career assists and seven in career goals in program history.  A three-time CAC First Team selection, Kazimer posted 95 points as a senior (46 goals, 49 assists), the third-highest single-season total in program history.

Lukehart was a four-year member of the men's golf program from 2007-10.  He posted a career stroke average of 79.9 over 55 rounds.  As a senior, Lukehart registered a 75.9 stroke average.  He was a two-time CAC First Team member after finishing fourth at the conference championship in both 2008 and 2010.  Following his senior season, he was named a GCAA All-America Scholar.

 
 

Ramer has been at Stevenson/Villa Julie since 1995, first serving as the inaugural women's basketball head coach, a role he served in until 2011.  He later served as Assistant Athletic Director and Athletic Facilities Director and currently serves as the head coach of the Mustang men's and women's golf programs.  He has served as head coach of the men's program for 16 seasons, guiding Stevenson to five MAC Commonwealth championships, including the last four.  Ramer is in his ninth year leading the women's golf program, which he has guided to three Middle Atlantic Conference titles.  He is a 10-time conference Coach of the Year guiding both programs.

 
   

Zegowitz totaled 148 goals and 57 assists for 205 points in a four-year women's lacrosse career from 2007-10.  She ranks fourth in career points, third in career assists and fourth in career goals.  Zegowitz also sits second in career draw controls (168), third in career caused turnovers (84) and fourth in career ground balls (128).  A three-time IWLCA All-Region performer, Zegowitz also earned All-CAC honors three times, including being named to the First Team as a senior.

The 2010 women's lacrosse team was the first Mustang women's lacrosse team to earn a national ranking, reaching as high as No. 17 in the IWLCA Division III poll. Stevenson finished 11-6 overall and reached the Capital Athletic Conference semifinals, where it fell to second-ranked Salisbury.  The Mustangs won their first five games and were ranked for a total of eight weeks up until the final poll.