Loyola unveils its 2016 class of the Wolf Pack Athletics Hall of Fame

Ryan Micklin

The Loyola Hall of Fame will be inducting five athletes into their hall of fame on Saturday, Jan. 23 at 7:00 p.m.

The five athletes that are being inducted into the Wolf Pack Athletics Hall of Fame are Ed Tuohy, Don Kalinowski, Mary Seals, Richard Bouckaert, and Trenese Smith.

Richard Bouckaert was a champion cross country runner for Loyola from 2003-2006. Bouckaert had qualified for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics National Championship meet twice and was recognized as an All-Region cross country runner.

Don Kalinowksi was a war veteran and record setting basketball player from 1963-66. Kalinowski scored a record 41 points in a 90-67 victory on Feb. 5, 1966.

Averaging a dozen points per game, Kalinowski also helped Loyola’s basketball program break even in two of three seasons that all featured challenging D-I schedules.

After graduating from Loyola, Kalinowski joined the Marine Corps and served in Vietnam.

Mary Seals played on Loyola’s volleyball team from 2004-08. She helped the Wolf Pack win 13 of it’s final 14 matches to capture the 2007 GCAC tournament championship at Dillard University over the top-seeded University of Mobile before later on falling to the Alabama school in the regional final.