On Saturday, December 8th, we celebrated our newest Athletic Hall of Fame inductees, Lynn Iannotta Richardson ’85 and Kathleen Farrell Connolly ’93.
LYNN IANNOTTA RICHARDSON ’85
Field Hockey, Basketball, Softball
A three-sport athlete at the Academy (field hockey, basketball, and softball), Lynn Iannotta Richardson ’85 scored the winning goal in overtime to secure the school’s first state field hockey championship in 1984. She continued her athletic career at the University of Delaware and is currently a school counselor, varsity field hockey coach and varsity lacrosse coach at Polytech High School in Woodside, DE.
KATHLEEN FARRELL CONNOLLY ’93
Basketball, Soccer, Field Hockey
Kathleen Farrell Connolly ’93 was a three-sport athlete at the Academy (basketball, soccer and field hockey) and has the distinction of being our first 1,000+ point scorer. She continued her athletic career at Ursinus College, playing varsity basketball and helping to form the first women’s soccer team at the school. Currently, she is the staffing manager for Pepper’s Artful Events in Northborough, MA.
Congratulations, Lynn and Kathleen! To view their full profiles, click here.
The Moravian Academy Athletic Hall of Fame was created in 2015 to honor exemplary student-athletes at the Academy. The Moravian Academy Athletic Hall of Fame honors past student-athletes, teams, coaches, faculty, staff, and friends who have brought distinction through athletics to Moravian Academy and themselves. Consideration will also be given to athletes who display a lasting commitment to the mission of Moravian Academy.