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The Bellarmine Hall of Fame celebrates alumni for their outstanding personal and professional achievements, as well as their dedication to being men for and with others in their chosen vocations, as inspired by the experience of the Jesuit magis. Since its inception in 2017, the Hall of Fame has honored individuals in the categories of Athletics, Business, Humanities & Fine Arts, Public Service, and Science & Medicine for exemplifying Bellarmine’s Ignatian tradition through their service of others.

Between 1986 and 2016, Bellarmine inducted 201 individuals and 36 teams into the Athletics Hall of Fame, which honored alumni for their tremendous accomplishments as student-athletes throughout the school’s history at the College Park campus. Click HERE to view the complete BELLARMINE ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME.

Nominations for the Bellarmine Hall of Fame are always open. If you would like to nominate an alumnus who exemplifies the motto of being a man for and with others, please submit THIS FORM.

  • Bellarmine Hall of Fame

    Class 2017
    Athletics: Dave Gaggero ’94
    Business: Michael Blach ’81
    Humanities & Fine Arts: Viet Thanh Nguyen ’88
    Public Service: Fr. John Baumann, S.J. ’56
    Science & Medicine: Anthony Saglimbeni, M.D. ’81

    Class 2018
    Athletics: Luis Nicolao ’88
    Business/Science & Medicine: Rich Casey ’64
    Humanities & Fine Arts: Larry Lauro ’66
    Public Service: Ming Chin ’60

    Class 2019
    Athletics: Kevin Frandsen ’00
    Business: Bill Del Biaggio ’58
    Humanities & Fine Arts: Jim Harville ’63
    Public Service: Major General D. Scott McKean ’86

    Class 2021
    Athletics: Jeb Ivey ’99
    Business: Tomás Durán ’92
    Public Service: Jim Beall ’70
    Science & Medicine: Andrew Schechtman, M.D. ’85

    Class 2022
    Business: Vic Giacalone ’64
    Humanities & Fine Arts: Rusty Zimmerman ’98
    Public Service: Fr. Gerald Wade ’55

    Class 2023
    Athletics: Mike Thibault ’68
    Humanities & Fine Arts: Dinari Brown ’98
    Public Service: Ed Watson ’65