Two exceptional athletes, a highly successful coach and well-decorated administrator will be enshrined in the Plymouth State University Athletics Hall of Fame this October.
The 35th induction ceremony will be Saturday, Oct. 19 at the Eugene and Joan Savage Welcome Center in the PSU Ice Arena.
The 2019 inductees are:
Eliza Badeau, class of 2010, a standout on the Plymouth State women’s volleyball team who led the team to a 93-46 record, including a program-best 32 wins her senior year, while making four ECAC Tournament appearances and capturing the program’s lone ECAC championship in 2008.
Allan Conlan, class of 1996, a four-year member of the Plymouth State men’s basketball team who remains the program’s all-time leading rebounder and was part of the 1995-96 team that went 19-9 and was the first to earn an NCAA Tournament invitation.
Shawn Griffin, class of 1988, a four-year member of the Plymouth State men’s soccer team and eight-year head coach who led the Panthers to a 92-45-9 mark, five Little East Conference (LEC) regular season titles, three NCAA Tournament appearances and three berths in the ECAC Tournament.
Carol Dozibrin, class of 1977, a longtime administrator, who worked at Farmington High School, Timberlane Regional Middle School and Newport Middle High School before a 19-year stint as athletics director at Winnacunnet High School in Hampton, which ended with her 2018 retirement. She served on numerous committees at the state and national levels.