Meet the newest members of Post University Athletics Hall of Fame: Ron Christy and Tracey Garofalo.
Christy was a star during his time on the men’s basketball team from 2001-2004. He is the school’s all-time leading scorer with 2,516 points, field goals made with 929. He is second in three-pointers made with 212. He holds three of the top four single season scoring records in school history, including 827 in his senior season. He also helped lead the Eagles to the 2003 CACC Championship.
Christy is also a two-time Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Player of the Year, a two-time Daktronics All-American First Team member, a two-time Daktronics All-Northeast Region member and a three-time All-CACC Member.
Garofalo was a two-sport star as a member of both the softball and women’s basketball teams during her time as an Eagle from 1999-2002. Garofalo was also head coach for both the softball and women’s basketball teams.
As a softball player, she has 183 hits, which is fourth all-time in school history. Her 189 games played are the most in school history. As head coach of the softball team for 14 seasons, she won 283 career games, the most in school history. She was also named CACC Coach of the Year in 2014.
On the basketball court, Garofalo’s 1,510 points are second most in program history as are her 267 three-pointers and 115 games played. Her 464 field goals made rank her second all time, and her 314 assists and 229 steals rank her third all-time in school history.
Congratulations, Ron and Tracey!