Three Named as Inductees into Gold Wave Hall of Fame
As part of the Family Weekend and Athletic Homecoming on
Sept. 25, three new members will be enshrined into the Gold Wave Hall of Fame:
women’s basketball standout Kim Black ’93, baseball star David Thomson '83 and
men’s basketball player John Tomsich '99.
Black appeared in 105 games
for the women’s basketball team, including 78 starts, and ranks third all-time
on the program’s all-time scoring chart with 1,562 points and is the all-time
leader in three-point field goals made with 201. She was the 1993 Rev. J.J.
O’Brien Senior Athlete Award Winner.
Thomson lettered four seasons and was a College World
Series participant in three of his four seasons, Thomson blasted a home run
against Valdosta State to lead off Le Moyne’s first-ever College World Series
game in 1978. During the 1981 CWS, Thomas hit .714 in Le Moyne’s games against
Cal. State Northridge and Eastern Illinois.
Tomisch started a program-record 112 games and is one of
only four players in the program’s history named to the NABC All-America Team.
He ranks third in career annals with 1,015 rebounds, fourth with 1,760 points
and holds the record with 264 blocked shots. The 1999 Rev. J.J. O’Brien Senior
Athlete Award Winner, after graduation he played professionally for six seasons
in Finland and
Gold Wave Hall of Fame honors those affiliated with Le Moyne who have exhibited
a degree of accomplishment and have established themselves in their field of
endeavor. To be eligible, candidates must be a graduate of Le Moyne College (at
least 10 years ago), have distinct participation in a minimum two years of
varsity athletics and exhibit exceptional accomplishments in professional
endeavors and interpersonal