Olympian Goodale Picked For Maine Hall Of Fame
Former UMaine and NHL hockey standout Eric Weinrich and olympic rower Anna Goodale are among nine standouts selected for the 2015 class to be inducted into the Maine Sports Hall of Fame in May.
Weinrich played for 17 years in the NHL after playing for UMaine and the USA olympic team.
Goodale, won a gold medal as part of the USA rowing team in 2008.
Falmouth's Roger Levesque starred in high school, at Stanford and then in the USL for the Seattle Sounders.
William (Bill) Alfond is a longtime philanthropist. He is president of the William and Joan Alfond Foundation which has contributed millions of dollars to athletics in the state.
Ellsworth's Rob Pendergist was an outstanding track athlete. An All-American for Mt. Saint Mary's University.
Peter Carlisle is a longtime sports agent. He has represented athletes such as Seth Wescott and Michael Phelps.
Glenn Dumont is a football standout from Winslow and All-American player at ACI.
Marcie Lane Schulenburg was an outstanding basketball and field hockey player at Cony High School and UNH.
Amy Winchester from Brewer was an track star in high school and Dartmouth College.
Maine Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremonies take place March 3rd in Augusta.