Hall of Fame & History

The Athletics Hall of Fame

Since its inception in 1993, the Episcopal High School Athletics Hall of Fame has recognized alumni and coaches of Episcopal High School who performed with distinction during their EHS athletic careers.

Congratulations to the 2024 Hall of Fame Inductees

The EHS Athletics Hall of Fame selection committee has voted to induct one coach, six athletes and two teams on Friday, November 8, 2024.

Ruth Rainey Shrum
Peter D. Howell ’67
Schuyler Jordan Williams ’00
Jonathan E. Lee ’01
Lindsey Sprague deButts ’08
Hunter William deButts ’10
Shantell Norissa Mori Bingham ’11
1968 Cross Country Team
1977 Football Team

In This Section

Hall of Fame Selection Committee

Jon Barrett ’68
Stuart Grainger ’75
Harry Archer ’78
Jim Clardy ’78
Caulley Deringer ’82
Mark Miller ’86
Howard Holley ’87
Jeff Clarke ’89
Rahmaan Streater ’93
Tevan Green ’96
Lela Gant ’96
Nick Carosi ’97
Jon Trapp ’99
Bernie Carey ’00
Carlie Hooff Casella ’00
Lauren Vance ’02
Tim Hightower ’04
Elizabeth Carrington ’06
Ansley Stewart Condon ’07
Capt. Matt Hurley ’08
Allanté Keels ’09
Rennie Harrison ’14
Kelsey Anderson ’16

Jen Fitzpatrick, Athletic Director
Rick Wilcox, Associate Director of Advancement


Alumni are eligible for Hall of Fame membership 10 years after participating in at least two full seasons of varsity interscholastic competition at EHS. Coaches, trainers, managers, and others who have made outstanding contributions or offered extraordinary service to athletics at Episcopal also are eligible during or following their tenure at the School.