St. Joseph’s College announced four new members of its Athletics Hall of Fame.

Rick Simonds of Steep Falls, Jill (Bourget) Kelly of Smithfield, R.I., Kendra Brown of Springvale and Chris Esmond of Falmouth will be inducted on Nov. 13.

Simonds coached the men’s basketball team to a 466-176 record with 11 conference titles in 23 seasons through 2003.

Kelly, a 1994 graduate, had 1,241 points and 694 rebounds to help the women’s basketball team post a 96-23 record in her four seasons.

Brown, a 2001 graduate, was a four-year member of the soccer and basketball teams, winning five championship titles between the two.

Esmond, a 1994 graduate, was a three-year member of the baseball team, which won two NAIA New England championships. He posted a 1.25 ERA with 90 strikeouts in 65 innings as a senior.


Laura Goodrich had a hole-in-one on the 160-yard second hole at Falmouth Country Club on June 19. Goodrich used a 5-wood to make the shot, witnessed by Deb Lavoie, Maureen Wedge and JoAnn Ray.


Jim Van Fleet aced the seventh hole at Great Chebeague Golf Club on June 27. Van Fleet used a pitching wedge for the 110-yard shot. Witnessing were Sarah Van Fleet, John Merchant and Rosemary Merchant.


Seth Deletetsky aced the second hole at Biddeford-Saco Country Club on June 29.

Deletetsky used an 8-iron for the 190-shot, which was witnessed by Josh Fearon, Greg Paradis and Claude Pettaway.


Gail Saldanha made a hole-in-one on the 17th hole at Nonesuch River Golf Club on June 30. Saldanha used a 5-hybrid to make the 121-yard shot. Saldanha was playing with Linda Kemna.


Zack Champagne aced the 15th hole at Deep Brook Golf Course on June 30. Champagne used a pitching wedge for the 95-yard shot, which was witnessed by Cory Pratt, Lee Hall and Steve Hovat.


Gail Cailler used a 3-wood to hit a hole-in-one on the 140-yard fourth hole at Martindale Country Club on June 30.


Dave Collins used a 6-iron to ace the 170-yard fourth hole at Martindale Country Club on July 1.


Elmer Alcot aced the 13th hole at Spring Meadows Golf Club on July 3. Alcot used a wedge for the shot, which was seen by Ted Densmore and Kevin Cooper.


Jerry St. Clair of Rockland hit his second career hole-in-one on July 4 from 137 yards out on the 10th hole at Rockland Golf Club with a 5-iron. Mark Froman, John Spear and Paul Barter witnessed the feat.