Marymount to induct five to Athletics Hall of Fame

Marymount University in Arlington announced its 10th Athletics Hall of Fame class, including Mary Carroll (2005, women's volleyball); Crissy Washington (1994, women's basketball); Greg Murtha (2010, men's swimming); Clair Gebauer (2004, women's soccer); and Jenny Baize (2000, women's volleyball and basketball).

Carroll was named Honorable Mention All-America and All-Mid-Atlantic Region by the American Volleyball Coaches Association. She also was named First Team All-Capital Athletic Conference and Virginia Sports Information Directors First Team All-State.

Washington was named Second Team All-CAC as a sophomore and First Team as a senior, the same year the Saints made it to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 and were named NCAA Scoring Champions.

Murtha captured individual CAC titles in three of his four years at Marymount, including titles in the 50 free, 100 free and 100 fly in 2008 and 2009. He was named to the CAC Silver Anniversary men's swim team, recognizing him as one of the top 25 swimmers in CAC history.

Gebauer was named First Team All-CAC in 2002, 2003 and 2004. She was named to the CAC Silver Anniversary women's soccer team as one of the top 25 women's soccer players in conference history.

Baize excelled in both women's basketball and volleyball programs while at Marymount. She was named First Team All-CAC and First Team VaSID All-State in basketball. She holds the single season record for kills in volleyball with 550.

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