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University of Dayton to induct three into Athletic Hall of Fame today



Justine Raterman, Bill Sahnd & Colleen Williams To Join UD Athletic Hall Of Fame

The University of Dayton Athletic Hall of Fame will grow by three on Sunday, Jan. 13 when the 2019 class is introduced at halftime of the Dayton-Massachusetts men’s basketball game.  Sunday’s ceremonies will bring the total membership in UD’s Hall of Fame to 182.


The new members are Justine Raterman, (basketball), Bill Sahnd (football) and Colleen Williams (soccer).


JUSTINE RATERMAN ’12–Basketball 2008-12


Fifth in career scoring and rebounding for University of Dayton women’s basketball, Justine Raterman is one of the very best players to ever play at UD.  She scored 1,832 points and grabbed 915 rebounds in her career from 2008-12.


Not only was she an elite performer for the Flyers, she was consistently elite.  Her scoring averages of 13.1, 12.9, 16.1 and 14.4 points per game in each of her seasons led very balanced and successful teams in scoring every year.  Raterman’s career shooting percentages of.496 (FG%), .376 (3-pt. FG%) and .811 (FT%) are all top ten marks in Flyer basketball history, and she is fourth in career three-pointers made (184) and fifth in career games played (130).


Her career 915 rebounds are the best as a Division I player at UD.


Raterman led her teams to a combined 90 wins against 41 losses, including 39-17 in the Atlantic 10.  She played in the WNIT as a freshman and the NCAA tournament the next three years.  UD won its first A-10 tournament title in her senior year.


She was three-time All-Atlantic 10 (two-time First Team), A-10 Rookie of the Year in 2009 and the first player in A-10 WBB history to be named to the conference all-tournament team four times.


Leading a school to its first conference championship was noteworthy enough, but the story of Raterman’s senior season began at the end of her junior season when she tore her ACL in the semifinals of the A-10 tournament.  Despite the injury, she took the court against the number five team in the country, Xavier.  Xavier won the championship, but Raterman had 19 points in 35 minutes, including a game-tying bucket with two minutes left in the game.  That performance against such a highly-ranked team boosted the Flyers into an at-large berth in the NCAA tournament.


Despite having surgery to repair the torn ACL after the season, Raterman was back in the starting lineup by the first exhibition game the following fall and she led the Flyers to the A-10 championship and was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player as a senior.


Off the court, Raterman was a two-time CoSIDA Academic All-District selection and was named a Lowe’s Senior CLASS All-American as a senior.


Hailing from Versailles, Ohio, Justine is currently coaching women’s basketball at Miami University.


BILL SAHND ’79– Football 1975-78

Bill Sahnd was key leader in the most important transitional periods in University of Dayton football history.  A starter and award-winning lineman on Dayton’s last scholarship team in 1976, Sahnd stepped up for the Flyers during the change to non-scholarship football, embraced the teachings of a brand-new coaching staff and led UD to its first playoff appearance in 1978.


Sahnd was named the winner of the University’s Stan Kurdziel Memorial Trophy, which goes to the team’s outstanding lineman, as a sophomore in 1976.  He then earned the award again, along with the White Allen Most Valuable Player Award as a senior in 1978.

The Flyers reached the NCAA Division III playoffs that season, and Sahnd is the only MVP of any Flyer playoff team who was an offensive lineman.


He was a team captain in 1978 with teammates Mike Bailey and current Flyer head coach Rick Chamberlin.


Sahnd is the fourth player who solely played offensive line to be named to the University of Dayton Athletic Hall of Fame.  He was also just the third Flyer O-lineman to be named team MVP, the seventh two-time winner of the Kurdziel Most Outstanding Lineman Award and the only player to be named a Kurdziel recipient as a sophomore.


Bill works for General Electric as an account manager selling high-voltage electrical equipment, and lives near Cleveland in Bay Village, Ohio.


COLLEEN WILLIAMS ’13– Soccer 2009-12

Colleen Williams is first in career points (166), and second in both goals (58) and assists (50) in Dayton women’s soccer history.  She scored seven goals as a freshman, 18 as a sophomore, and even though she was increasingly a marked woman, 16 as a junior and 17 as a senior.


But she wasn’t just a stat maker, she was a winner.  Williams played on teams that were 16-1-6, 19-3-1, 19-4, and 14-4-2, with a career record of 68-12-9.  Her Flyer teams were a combined 32-4-2 in the Atlantic 10 regular season.  UD won A-10 tournament championships in 2009, 2010 and 2011, and lost in a shootout in finals of 2012.  Dayton also won the 2009 and 2010 A-10 regular season championships


Williams was a three-time NSCAA Second Team All-American and was on the Hermann Trophy (top collegiate soccer player) Watch List as a junior and senior.


She was the 2010 and 2012 A-10 Offensive Player of the Year, three-time First Team All-Atlantic 10 and 2009 A-10 Rookie of the Year.  She led the A-10 in goals, assists and points three times.


Williams saved some of her best work for the post season.  She scored at least one goal in each of UD’s A-10 tournament championship wins, including a then-conference record three in 2011 when she was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player  She was three-time A-10 All-Tournament.  She also started in two of UD’s three NCAA tournament wins.


Just the 20th player in NCAA history to reach 50 goals and 50 assists, Williams played for the United States U-23 national team in 2013, and six games for the Washington Spirit in the NWSL until a knee injury ended her career.


She was two-time Academic All-Atlantic 10 and a Senior CLASS All-American as a senior in 2012.


Colleen is the President and Founder of SistaSoccer, Inc., a non-profit that works with children through the sport of soccer.  She lives in Belmar, N. J.