Hall Of Fame inducts five

Coach plus 4 alumni to be inducted into Athletics Hall of Fame during Homecoming halftime Oct. 1


photo illustration by Eze Baum

Courtney Corrin ’16, Girls Soccer and Track & Field; Lucy Davis ’11, Equestrian; Terry Elledge ’85-14, Coach; Alexandria Florent ’15, Track & Field; Arden Pabst ’13, Baseball

It’s almost Homecoming, and that marks the next set of entries into the Harvard-Westlake Athletics Hall of Fame.

This year’s inductees

Courtney Corrin ’16: Since graduating from Harvard-Westlake in 2016, Corrin attended USC and received a bachelor’s in Law, History & Culture. Additionally, Corrin was a dual sport athlete, playing soccer and running track for the Trojans. During her time at USC, Corrin assumed the position of student assistant coach, and since graduating, has become the USC Track Team’s Director Of Recruiting.

Lucy Davis ’11: Post HW, Davis attended Stanford University and graduated in 2015 with a degree in architecture. After missing qualification for the 2012 Olympics, Davis was selected to be a member on the 2016 US Olympics Show Jumping Team that competed in Rio. Additionally, Davis has also competed in Nations Cups, World Cup Finals, and the 2014 World Equestrian Games.

Terry Elledge: Elledge was not only a softball coach at HW, but also an athletic director and history teacher. Elledge’s wife, Nancy Holme-Elledge taught Spanish at HW. Coach Elledge received a Master’s Degree from Ohio State University in 1973.

Alexandria Florent ’15: After HW, Florent attended Wake Forest University and was a leading member of the track and field team. Florent majored in sociology and served as SAAC president in her senior year. Florent’s event was the high jump, with a personal best of 1.78m.

Arden Pabst ’13: A three-year starter with the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Arden Pabst was drafted in the 12th round of the 2016 MLB Draft, going to the Pittsburgh Pirates with the 375th overall pick. Pabst now plays in the Minor League for the Atlanta Braves. In 2013, Pabst spoke with the Chronicle about the upcoming draft, and his decision to play college baseball. Read the interview here.

A brief history of the HW Hall of Fame

The Hall Of Fame was started in 2003, and has had between three and13 inductions in each year since then. The original inductees included NBA players Jason Collins ‘97 and Jarron Collins ‘97, and last year’s inductees included olympian Johnny Hooper ‘15 and Coach Greg Hillard.