Stangle lone inductee for 2014 Seward Hall of Fame PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 22 January 2014 11:07

 

By ROY ALLEN

Seward assistant athletic director

Following a five year stint as the most successful volleyball coach in Seward County history, Pat Stangle has been announced as the lone inductee of the 2014 Saints Athletics Hall of Fame class. 

Stangle has the highest winning percentage of any coach in Seward County volleyball history after posting a 225-34 record over five seasons with the Lady Saints. He owns 12 all-time coaching records for the Lady Saints including wins per season, National Tournament appearances, Jayhawk West titles, and 50-win seasons among others.

Stangle led Seward to their first ever National Tournament appearances from 1999-2001 and was named the Jayhawk West Coach of the Year in each of those seasons.  He coached five Jayhawk West Most Valuable Players and seven NJCAA All-Americans.  He is also a member of the NJCAA Volleyball Hall of Fame.

Stangle will be officially inducted into the Saints Athletics Hall of Fame April 4 at the Hall of Fame/Athletics Banquet in the Greenhouse.

 

 
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