Athletics Hall of Fame celebrates 10 years with five new inductees
Sep 26, 2013
Flagler College held its 10th annual Athletics Hall of Fame induction ceremony in May, adding five new members:
Glenn Aspinwall, baseball coach
Aspinwall was Flagler’s third baseball coach. Between 1978 and 1987, he had a winning percentage of 67 percent and won more than 250 games. In 1983, he coached Flagler to a 4-3 upset of Florida State University, and in 1987, the Saints reached their first-ever district championship.
Chris Barnwell, ‘08
Barnwell starred on the baseball diamond from 1997 to 2000. He was the first baseball player at Flagler to reach the Major Leagues, as he made his debut for the Milwaukee Brewers against the Detroit Tigers on June 20, 2006. Barnwell also had stints with the Florida Marlins, Houston Astros and Pittsburgh Pirates organizations. He holds several records at Flagler including career marks in hits, singles, doubles, runs batted in and assists.
Melody (Milton) Coggin, ‘80
Coggin was a three-sport — women’s basketball, volleyball and softball — star at Flagler from 1977-80. She helped lead the Saints to state championships in basketball (1977 and 1979) and softball (1977). Coggin earned All-State honors in basketball in 1980, and she still holds the all-time field goal percentage record. She is currently the athletic director at Baker County High School in Macclenny, Fla.
John Randolph, ‘04
St. Augustine native Randolph played basketball for the Saints from 2000 to 2004. He finished as the school’s all-time leading scorer with 2,073 points. He holds records for most points in a game, most free throws made in a season, most free throws made in a career, and most steals in a career. Randolph is a three-time NAIA All-America selection, earning second-team honors in the 2002-03 season and third-team honors in 2003-04.
Dorothy Stansel, ‘77
Stansel played women’s basketball, volleyball and softball, and she joins her sister, Betty, who was inducted in 2004. She was a key member of several state championship teams in softball and women’s basketball.