Athletics Hall of Fame

When Crossroads athletics began in 1973, only two sports were offered: basketball and flag football. Through the years, the program continued to develop and contribute to the life of the School.

The Hall of Fame recognizes the individuals and teams who have made significant contributions to the athletics program and who serve as examples of the Roadrunner spirit. It was launched in 2014 and is held every three years.


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  • 2017 Inductees

    Administrator and Coach
    Chuck Ice

    Friend of Athletics
    Linda Rambis

    1985 Varsity Baseball
    Carl Distefano ’87
    Nic Satriano ’88
    Cliff Hughes ’86
    Adam Pfahler ’85
    Steve Furchner ’85
    Jon Drimmer ’86
    Jason Robman ’87
    Michael Czarnetzki ’85
    Noah Rosen ’86
    Tom Weber ’85
    Chris Melaten ’87
    Doug Pitkin ’85
    Jordan Matter ’85
    Matt Sklamberg ’85
    Chuck Ice (coach)
    Larry Wiener (coach)
    Scott Russell (coach)

    Individual Inductees
    Matt Sklamberg ’85
    Jessica Schulman Christopher ’94
    Emily Cummins Polk ’94
    Sherrise Smith ’95
    Jeff Tomlinson ’99
    Felipe Williams ’00
  • 2014 Inductees

    Friend of Athletics
    Paul Cummins

    1997 Boys Varsity Basketball Team
    Devrin Anderson
    Adam Chiamulon
    Baron Davis
    Albert Gerston
    Chad Gordon
    EJ Harris
    Jake Hoffman
    Garrett Nichols
    Matt Rodman
    James Starr
    Misha Taylor
    LeQuan Tolbert
    Cash Warren
    Felipe Williams
    Aaron Wolfe
    Daryl Roper (coach)
    Phillip Cooley (coach)
    Ruben Cito Garcia (coach)
    Marc Brunswick (manager)

    Individual Inductees
    Steve Solomon ’88
    Jamila Banks ’90
    Austin Croshere ’93
    Jennifer Abramson Anderson ’94
    Yasmeen Yamini-Benjamin ’95
    Baron Davis ’97
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