Ricky Seaman becomes the second induction into the SLIAC Hall of Fame for the storied Principia men's soccer program. Seaman wrapped up his playing career as the Panthers all-time leading scorer with 46 goals and 15 points for 107 total points. Seaman was named NSCAA All-Midwest Region three times during his career and All-Conference all four years. With Seaman finding the back of the net the Panthers saw unmatched success on the field, advancing to the NCAA Tournament in 2007 and in 2009 achieving the program's highest ever ranking in the national poll.
Seaman proved not just to be a goal scorer but a timely one, netting a school-record 16 game winning goals including the lone goal in the 2007 SLIAC Championship game that gave the Panthers their second-ever NCAA tournament appearance.Michael LeVan, a men's tennis standout from Principia College, gives Principia a conference record 13 individuals in the Hall of Fame. LeVan is just the second men's tennis player to be honored by the conference. LeVan made an immediate impact on the courts for the Panthers from 2004-06, becoming the first player to be named SLIAC Player of the Year three times during his career. A three-time First-Team All-Conference performer, he went undefeated in singles competition during conference play. LeVan led both on and off the court, serving as team captain all three years. He concluded his career with a .727 winning percentage, going 48-18.