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Webster Announces Hall of Fame Class

Webster Announces Hall of Fame Class

Webster University Athletics announces three former Gorlok athlete greats and a long-time department employee as the newest members of its Hall of Fame.  Angela Martinez (women's soccer), Brett Mueller (baseball), Gail Vogt (softball), and Sue McClintock (Office Manager) were voted to the class of 2014.  They will be inducted on February 8, 2014, at Grant Gymnasium, in the campus University Center.

Angela Martinez, a 2003 graduate of Webster in English, Martinez was an NSCAA All-Region choice in 2001 and 2002 for the women's soccer team.  In addition, she was an NSCAA All-Region Scholar Team selection in 2002.  Martinez was the SLIAC Newcomer of the Year in 2001.  She was a key contributor to a Webster teams that went 14-0 as SLIAC champions
in both seasons she played, and compiled a 33-4-1 overall record.

Brett Mueller, graduating in 2008 with a major in special education, Mueller was an ABCA Third Team All-American, ABCA First Team All-Region, and SLIAC First Team All-Conference selection that year.  A starter and reliever for the baseball Gorloks, Mueller holds career records for lowest earned run average (2.36) and highest win-loss percentage (.933) based on a 14-1 record.

Gail Vogt, a 2008 graduate in advertising/market communication, Vogt was the SLIAC softball Player of the Year in 2007. She was a SLIAC First Team selection that year, and was a Second Team choice in both 2005 and 2006.  In addition to being an outstanding pitcher for the Gorloks, she was an excellent hitter as well.  Vogt holds Webster career pitching records for most innings pitched and is second in strikeouts (324).  She is also eighth in wins (46) and earned run average (2.56).   At the plate, Vogt has the second highest career batting average (.404) and on-base percentage (.491).

Sue McClintock, hired as the first Office Manager for Webster Athletics in 1988, Sue served the department until her retirement in 2005.  McClintock served four athletic directors, including fellow Hall of Famer, Harry Cargas who as AD in1988-89, hired her.  McClintock served numerous roles in the department during that period, including being a mother figure for many of the athletes throughout her career. Said current Webster golf coach Andrew Belsky, "Sue was the 'go-to' person in the office, the person who had all the answers and was always there to help."

The 2014 Hall of Fame Class will be inducted at halftime of the Webster men's basketball game vs. MacMurray College, on February 8, at Grant Gymnasium.  The Hall of Fame was established to honor those who reflect the Department's mission of success in the classroom, community, and arena of competition. Former players, coaches, and other individuals who made significant contributions to the program, are eligible for selection.