Athletic Hall of Fame
2002 Inductees

Mike Barnes '56
An All-League football, baseball, and basketball standout, his athletic achievements helped launch the long and proud Eagle tradition.

Joe Fabian '82
Before making an impact at University of the Pacific, this basketball All-CIF Player-of-the-Year set a school record for most points scored in a single game that still stands today at 45.

Craig Hunter '72
This two-time All-CIF competitor lead the 1970-71 team to the school’s first-ever CIF basketball championship. He went on to play at Oregon State University.

Daiva Tomkus Fuerst '86
A talented multi-sport female athlete at Chaminade, Daiva went on to be a three-time All-American volleyball player at UCLA before making an important contribution to the US National Team.
John Vukelich 
The first coach inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame. An inspirational and dedicated Christian leader, Coach Vukelich guided young men to achievement through football, basketball, baseball, and track during the fledgling seasons of Eagle athletics and led the school to its first CIF playoff berths.


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