The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department announced the inductees to the Class of 2022 Athletics Hall of Fame today. Six members representing a variety of sports and eras were chosen for induction, along with the four special award winners.
The 2022 Class includes student-athletes who won a combined 19 individual Southern Conference Championships, while the whole group accounted for 17 team titles. This year’s class also tallied six players of the year, a tournament MVP and three coach of the year awards from the SoCon.
The incoming class includes John Feldhacker (Wrestling – 1982-85), Meg Glass Bandy (Women’s Tennis – 1988-91), Jonathan Hodge (Men’s Golf – 2006-09), Steven Kocsis (Cross Country/Track & Field – 2001-04), Ethan Reeve (Wrestling Coach – 1985-90) and Lacey Swarthout Paris (Softball – 2004-05).
The Hall of Fame Award Winners are listed below and include Glenn & MiDori Allen (Gordon Davenport Award), Calvin Cochran (Joe Morrison Award), Emma Van Hee (Scrappy Moore Award) and Larry Ward (Harold Wilkes Award).
The inductees and award winners will be honored at the annual Hall of Fame Banquet on Friday, Oct. 21, in the University Center’s Tennessee Room. The banquet is open to the public, but seating is limited with reservations required.
The cost is $50.00 per person, which includes dinner. Payment and RSVP can be submitted online at www.gomocs.com/halloffame22. For more information, email email@example.com.
The UTC Athletics Hall of Fame was established to formally recognize outstanding contributions to the heritage and tradition of the University’s intercollegiate athletics program. A total of 234 individuals have been inducted into the UTC Athletics Hall of Fame during special ceremonies held each year.
Below is a brief biography on each member of the 2022 class. Be sure to check back with GoMocs.com over the next few weeks for a more in-depth look at each inductee, as well as photos from their days at Chattanooga.
Class of 2022
John Feldhacker – Wrestling – 1982-85
Meg Glass (Bandy) – Women’s Tennis – 1988-91
Jonathan Hodge – Men’s Golf – 2006-09
Steven Kocsis – Cross Country/Track & Field – 2001-04
Ethan Reeve – Wrestling – 1985-90
Lacey Swarthout (Paris) – Softball – 2004-05