From the TMC Press Release:
(CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky.) – Thomas More has announced its 10-member 2018 Athletic Hall of Fame class today, including football All-American Matt Adkins ('05), women's soccer All-American Abby Gindling-Asman ('13), softball standout Dana Bors ('11), two-time COSIDA Academic All-American Chris Fisburn ('10), baseball team captain John M. Griffin ('66), volleyball standout Jody Harris-Kirch ('02), one of the best pitchers for Villa Madonna College Mike McPherson ('66), women's basketball standout Holly Roberts ('03), Joe Roesel ('65) of men's basketball, and instrumental athletic boosters Anita ('57) and Don Schneider. The College will have a special recognition as the 1965 baseball team will be honored as the Team of Distinction.
The inductees will be recognized on Saturday, October 15 following a Saints' home football game with a ceremony in Steigerwald Hall inside the Saints' Center on the Thomas More campus.
Holly Roberts ('03)
Roberts was a women's basketball standout and at the time of her graduation, she sat third as all-time leading scorer with 1,219 career points, despite missing part of her freshman and sophomore years. She was named to the All-Region team, played in the NCAA tournament, while advancing to the second round as she scored 26-points against No. 1-seed Hope College. She was the first player in 2002-03 to record 30+ points in a single game, her career high being 36. She currently sits ninth in most points in a season. Roberts currently sits second all-time in most free-throws in a season with 179, seventh all-time in free-throws attempted with 374, eighth all-time in three-point field-goals made with 128, and fifth all-time career free-throws made with 285. She coached at Gallatin County for nine years and was named Eight Region Coach of the Year and advanced to two All-A State Final Fours, won three-straight district titles and advance to regionals four-straight years.