The Wyoming Seminary Varsity Club recently honored five Sem alumni and one coach for their outstanding athletic achievements during its 42nd Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony and banquet.
The 2016 honorees and their respective sports included Mountaintop resident Al Antonello, Class of 1989, football; along with Meg Aronowitz, Class of 1995, softball; Randall Joseph, Class of 1997, football; James Kersey, coach; Samantha Lloyd, Class of 2003, field hockey; and Tyler Morris, Class of 2003, tennis.
Antonello excelled on the Blue Knights football, basketball and baseball teams. During his four-year football career, he was a key player as a receiver and defensive back, and during his tenure the Blue Knights won 25 games while losing only five. As a four-year member of the varsity football team at Ursinus College he was a standout defensive back and finished with 87 tackles and seven interceptions. His seven interceptions are tied for 14th in program history.
He holds a bachelor of science degree from Ursinus and a doctor of chiropractic degree from the New York Chiropractic College. He is the owner of the Antonello Chiropractic Clinic in Edwardsville.
About 270 athletes and contributors to Wyoming Seminary athletics have been inducted into the Hall of Fame since the school began the program in 1974. For additional information contact the Wyoming Seminary Development Office at 570-270-2140.