Southern Maine Community College will induct two new members into its Athletic Hall of Fame. Andy MacVane, men's basketball, Class of 1994, is 12th in career rebounds and 13th in career scoring.
MacVane will be joined by Erica Davis, women's basketball and softball, Class of 2006. Davis was third in scoring, second in rebounds and second in steals for all USCAA Division I players in 2006. Despite playing just one season, Davis is seventh overall in career scoring, sixth in career rebounds and third in career steals. In her one softball season, Davis hit .375 and was 11-of-11 in steals. She was an all-conference selection in both sports and an All-American in basketball.
The induction banquet is Saturday, Oct. 13 at 5 p.m., at the McKernan Center on campus. Tickets are $20. FMI, 741-5927 or email@example.com.
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