Five Ravens alums have been inducted into the Ravens Hall of Fame for having made significant contributions as student-athletes in varsity competition as well as raising the profile of Carleton Athletics.
The new inductees span generations of Ravens varsity athletics. They include:
- Earl Cochrane – Men’s Soccer 1989-1993 – Athlete
- Terry McCarthy – Men’s Hockey 1969-1972 – Athlete
- Harry Van Hofwegen – Football 1993-1996 – Athlete
- Mariane White (Illing) – Water Polo 1999-2002 – Athlete
- Robert Laughton – Men’s Basketball 1956-1959 – Athlete/Builder
“I thank everything that’s going on with the athletic program here, for what they’ve done for the university, for the campus, and for what they’ve done to make alumni incredibly proud of where we’ve come from,” said Ravens soccer alum Earl Cochrane. “It’s phenomenal. It’s world class.”
Read more about the new inductees at GoRavens.ca.
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