Four more to join Salve Regina’s Athletic Hall of Fame
Four individuals – Tim Coen (football coach), Joshua Keller ’93 (soccer, tennis), Lindsay Frederick Semas ’06 (basketball) and Julianna Tache ’86 (soccer, basketball, softball) – will be inducted into Salve Regina’s Athletic Hall of Fame during Fall Festival Weekend ceremonies Oct. 22.
Coen became Salve Regina’s first head football coach in 1992 and was at the helm for the program’s first eight seasons, posting winning records in each of his varsity seasons.
Keller stood atop the record books in both soccer and tennis when he graduated. In soccer, his 35 career goals were a school record for 12 years. In tennis, he was a top player on back-to-back conference championship teams, and his 11-2 mark in singles in 1992 set a single-season record for win percentage.
Semas graduated as the third all-time leading scorer (1,244 points) in school history and holds the school mark for career field goal percentage (.515). She is one of only three Salve Regina players to achieve more than 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds.
Tache played basketball, soccer and softball for four years, earning a dozen varsity letters. She was an MVP and captain, and earned dean’s list honors for all four years.
The Athletic Hall of Fame committee, which is comprised of athletics, faculty, student life and alumni representatives, reviewed the nominations submitted by various members of the Salve Regina community, and chose this year’s class to bring the total membership in the hall of fame to 42 athletes/administrators.
The annual hall of fame induction dinner and ceremony will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22 in Ochre Court. For more information, call (800) 821-2343.