Hall of Fame

Honoring Our Athletes

The Brimmer and May Athletics Hall of Fame recognizes alumni that made transformative contributions as student-athletes. These alumni were pillars of the athletics programs during their time at Brimmer, achieved great individual successes, and contributed as leaders of their programs.

Our Hall of Fame Inductees

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  • 1972 FIELD HOCKEY TEAM — 2023

  • AJ REEVES '18 & JANE CROCKER '73 — 2023

    Athletic Director Brett Kelly noted, “While all three inductees did some amazing things on the fields and courts, I was struck by how important the whole community was to all of their experiences, in spite of the 40 years between their time at Brimmer.” 

    From the beginning of her high school career, Meredith Mitchell '02 was the star of every team she played on and she lead the varsity soccer and basketball teams to league championships. 

    Tom Byrne '02 was also a 3-season varsity athlete and was selected because of his outstanding contribution to Brimmer athletics while he was here. 
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    Berney Gove Skutel '67 was selected for induction to the Brimmer Athletics Hall of Fame for her outstanding contributions to the Varsity Field Hockey program during her high school career and is remembered for her beautiful play and her incredible control of the ball.
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  • QUINN IULIANO — 2019

    Quinn Iuliano '14, began his education at Brimmer in Kindergarten. Quinn excelled on the soccer field, basketball court, and baseball diamond. He was a three season athlete throughout Grades 6-12. He led the Gators to three league championships (one in soccer, basketball, and baseball). His coaches have described him as a dedicated, hardworking, coachable, and especially determined athlete.
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  • TONY WRIGHT — 2018

    Tony Wright '13, a Brimmer lifer, began Brimmer in the third grade. Throughout his time at Brimmer, he left a lasting impression on all of those who met him. He can be characterized by his aggressive and physical style of play on both the soccer field and lacrosse fields. Tony consistently displayed his talent, enthusiasm, and confidence in every challenge he was faced with.
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  • HEATHER GATES — 2017

    Heather Gates '13 began her athletic career in middle school. Mr. Iuliano had the great pleasure of coaching her as she began her career as a member of the Sixth Grade Girl’s Basketball Team. One could easily see from the sideline even at that early age that she was coachable, skilled, dedicated, and competitive. She led that sixth grade team in scoring, was the primary ball handler, a tough defender, and a leader on the floor.
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    Stephen Mulloy '11 committed himself fully to his play in soccer, basketball, and lacrosse games, and he had the ability to raise his level of play as the game situation dictates; this is an impressive attribute and one which all athletes aspire to and a select few possess.

    Margaret Fawcett '09 was a motivated athlete with an unlimited source of energy. She was unquestionably one of the top athletes in the School.
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    Kerrie Bourque ’10 won two Independent Girls Conference (IGC) Championships in both soccer and basketball. As a result of her excellent play, she was named one of her team’s Most Valuable Players in soccer, where she started as a defender in every game of her two-year career.

    Derek Retos ’10 was captain of the Brimmer and May Varsity Basketball team, and was ranked first in many statistical categories. His generosity and fairness in interacting with both teammates and opponents was only exceeded by his scoring average.
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  • KYLE CASEY — 2012

    Kyle Casey '09 was characterized by his aggressive and physical style of play, which is difficult to teach and admired by all coaches. He is a young man of tremendous character with an outstanding work ethic who would not settle for anything less than perfection.
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    Emma Becker '06 can best be described as hard working, driven, and team oriented. Emma’s contributions were integral to the success of both the basketball and tennis teams. As an athlete she earned 10 varsity letters, four in basketball and six in tennis. 

    Chris Warren '06 can be characterized as one of the hardest working athletes to have ever played sports at Brimmer and May. He spent countless hours in the gym and weight room working on his basketball skills.
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    Eileen Davidson '04 was a talented, enthusiastic, fearless, and confident three-season athlete. Davidson came to Brimmer as an eighth grader and immediately made a name for herself. She was the first eighth grader to play varsity sports.

    Kyle Bond '08 lettered in basketball, lacrosse, and cross country. He received the Most Improved Player award in lacrosse and was the MVP in Cross Country. He played on the varsity basketball team as an eighth grader, and during his tenure here helped lead the basketball team to two League Championships and two New England Class “D” Championships.
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    Kerry Kiley '06 can be characterized by her aggressive and physical style of play which is difficult to teach and is something that coaches admire.

    Jill Lee was a three-season athlete five out of a possible six years. In the fall she played one year each of soccer, field hockey, and golf and ran cross-country for three years.

    David Mael excelled in soccer, basketball, and baseball. Possessing sound skills in soccer, he stood out in this sport because of his athleticism and passion.

    Bobby Brayboy began his education at Brimmer and May as a first grader. He is well remembered for his athletic talents as well as many other interests that he has pursued.
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