FREDERICKSBURG, Va. - Lake Erie College's Head Volleyball Coach Kevin Foeman was inducted in the 22nd class of the Mary Washington Athletics Hall of Fame. Foeman was inducted on February 3, 2018.
Head Coach Kevin Foeman said, "I'm humbled to be called a member of the UMW hall of fame. My time spent at Mary Washington helped further develop an identity of discipline, work ethic, and competitiveness. Moving forward, as a coach, I will continue to apply all that I have learned from my amazing teammates and coaches to LEC volleyball."
Foeman was one of the best baseball players to come out of UMW, as he was named All-American during the 2003-04 season. He also earned All-Region, three First Team All-Conference honors, and was named regional Pitcher of the year twice. Foeman holds numerous records, as he has the most career wins (33), strikeouts (360), and complete games (22). He also hold records for wins in a season with 12, strikeouts in a season with 145, and complete games with nine complete games in a season. Foeman led the Eagles to three NCAA tournament appearances, and was nominated for the D3Baseball.com team of the decade. After his time at Mary Washington, he went on to play professionally for six years.
During his time at Lake Erie, Foeman has led a resurgence in the volleyball program. The past two seasons have seen the Storm advance to the Semifinals of the conference tournament. In 2017, the Storm compiled a 26-9 overall record, won the Great Midwest Athletic Conference East Division Championship, and earned the second overall seed in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference playoffs.
Also inducted in the 22nd class of the UMW Athletics Hall of Fame was Debbie (Bruen) Flores, Dale Parker, and the 2006-07 women's basketball team.