DAYTON — The University of Dayton Athletic Hall of Fame will grow by four on Saturday, Feb. 25 when the 2023 class is introduced at halftime of the Dayton-George Mason men’s basketball game. The ceremonies on Feb. 25 will bring the total membership in UD’s Hall of Fame to 193.
The new members are Lindsay Fletemier (volleyball , Brooks Hall (basketball), Dave Jones (football) and Stephanie Weisenfeld Kerins (soccer)
The philanthropic benefactors of the University of Dayton Athletic Hall of Fame are Kurt and Joyce (Mahrt) Friedmann.
LINDSEY FLETEMIER ’11– Volleyball 2007-2010
Lindsay Fletemier led the Flyers to three Atlantic 10 championships and four NCAA tournament appearances from 2007 to 2010. She earned AVCA All-American honors three times – Honorable Mention in 2008, Third Team in 2009, and Second Team in 2010.
She was A-10 Rookie of the Year and Second Team All-Atlantic 10 in 2007 and First Team All-Atlantic 10 in 2009. As a junior and senior, she was A-10 Player of the Year as a junior and senior.
Fletemier ranks fourth in career kills (1,532), fourth in career hitting percentage (.374), second in assisted blocks (491), fourth in solo blocks (91) and second in total blocks (582).
She was part of the first class to win three NCAA tournament matches in their careers, with wins in 2007 (Lipscomb), 2009 (Milwaukee) and 2010 (Butler).
After graduation, she played professionally in Puerto Rico and Finland for three seasons.
BROOKS HALL ’03 – Basketball 1999-2003
Brooks Hall is 25th in career scoring at UD with 1,404 points. He played on teams that reached the postseason in all four years he played at UD –(NCAA as a freshman and senior, NIT as sophomore and junior). The Troy, Ohio native played in 123 games, and on teams that were a combined 88-39.
He averaged 10.4 points per game as a freshman, 9.2 as a sophomore, 13.2 as a junior and a team-best 12.8 as a senior. Known for the versatility in his game, he was on his team’s top three in scoring, rebounding, assists steals all four seasons.
Hall is third in career three-pointers (285) and has two of the top 10 season marks (78, 7th as a junior & 77, 8th as a senior) as well as the freshman record (67). He is also ninth in career 3-pt. FG% (.390, 285-731).
He was two-time All-Atlantic 10 (Second Team All-Atlantic 10 as a senior, Third Team as a junior).
DAVE JONES ’88 – Football 1984-87
Named a 1987 All-American, Dave Jones used the greatest single season by a Dayton running back to lead the Flyers to the NCAA Division III national championship game.
Jones set UD single-season records for rushing yards (1,803), rushing attempts (363) points (160) and touchdowns (26, tie). Nearly a third of those yards came in a four-game playoff run, including a 219-yard performance in the 38-36 win over Augustana that snapped Augie’s 60-game unbeaten streak.
A three-year letterwinner, Jones played on teams that were a combined 38-8. Three of those losses were to the eventual national champion, including 19-3 to Wagner in the 1987 Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl.
Career-wise, Jones’ 14 games of 100 yards (or more) rushing is the Dayton record, tying him with Connor Kacsor and Jake Chisholm. Jones is also fifth in career scoring with 250 points and sixth in career rushing with 2,684 yards.
STEPHANIE WEISENFELD KERINS ’03 – Women’s Soccer 1999-2002
Stephanie Weisenfeld was the starting goalkeeper for three Dayton Atlantic 10 championship teams, and three teams that played in the NCAA Women’s Soccer Cup.
Her Flyer record 29 career shutouts are 9.5 shutouts more than the second place player. She is third in career goals against average (0.93), but as the UD record holder for minutes played in goal, played a significantly higher number of minutes than the holders of the top two marks.
Weisenfeld was in goal for UD’s first NCAA tournament win during her freshman year, and was credited with two shutouts (eight saves vs. Maryland, one vs. Miami) in UD’s run to the Sweet Sixteen in 2001.
As a senior, she was named the 2002 Atlantic 10 Defensive Player of the Year, and was named first team all-region.
In addition to the three A-10 championships, Weisenfeld played on teams that were a combined 68-20-2 overall, and 40-3-1 in conference play.
In 2002-03, she was named the A-10 Student-Athlete of the Year.
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