Johns Hopkins to induct seven new members into Athletic Hall of Fame

Johns Hopkins will induct a seven-member into its Athletic Hall of Fame on March 29, the 20th class since the Hall of Fame was formed in 1994.

The inductees will be honored in a ceremony at 6 p.m. in the Newton White Athletic Center. Their entry will bring the JHU Athletic Hall of Fame membership to 157.

The 2014 class includes:

  • Harrison Bernstein, Class of 2000, football: The only three-time All-American in school history, defensive back finished his career with 222 tackles

  • Doug Brenner, Class of 1961, tennis: The first men's tennis player to join the Hall of Fame, he compiled a 27-8 record and 26-5 doubles mark from 1958-61

  • Johnny Craig, Class of 2000, baseball: A four-time all-conference honoree was a .356 career hitter and capped his JHU career by being named Centennial Conference Player of the Year as a senior

  • Ryan Kitzen, Class of 2002, soccer: Ranks as perhaps the top midfielder in school history, he scored 29 career goals and led the Blue Jays to a 65-11-4 record in his four season

  • Walter Mitchell, Class of 1958, lacrosse: Earned All-America honors in each of his three seasons as a starter, he helped Johns Hopkins to a three-year record of 22-5-1 during his career

  • Anita Patibandla, Class of 1998, lacrosse, volleyball: One of the great two-sport athletes in school history, she is the most-accomplished goalie in the history of the women's lacrosse program

  • Dr. Charles "Chick" Silberstein, team physician**: Served as the head physician for all Johns Hopkins teams from 1978-1992

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