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Sixth Annual Hall of Honor Induction

United as the former Barrington and Gordon Athletes, the annual Hall of Honor Awards dinner congratulates honorees, celebrating their outstanding accomplishments on and off the playing surfaces. On January 28, the Highlander Club proudly inducted Coach Jack Augustine, Jaimee Smith Eldred and Timothy Chapman.

If you know someone who should be considered for induction into the Hall of Honor, please nominate them by visiting our website:

Jack Augustine, Coach and Athletic Director, Barrington College 1962–1974

Jack was a Barrington institution. While serving as the Men’s Basketball Coach, the teams accomplished:

  • 11 winning seasons in 12 outings
  • Four King’s Tournament Championships
  • Took the Warriors to the National Christian College Tournament

Additionally, he was the Head Coach of the Chinese Men’s National Team in 1968 and served as coach to the first and only season of Gordon football in the fall of 1957. Overall he coached a total of 40 years before his retirement in 1997.

Jaimee Smith Eldred, Softball 1992–1995

Eldred was recognized for being dynamo on the diamond over the course of her four years as a Scot. During her senior season alone:

  • .518 batting average with six homeruns and 25 runs scored
  • NCAA Division III RBI Statistical Champion (35)
  • NCAA DIII Hits Statistical Runner-Up (29)
  • CCC First Team All-Conference selection.

Voted the team’s most valuable player in 1994 and 1995 and team captain her senior year, she was also honored as Gordon’s Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year following her senior season.

Timothy Chapman, Lacrosse 1998–2001
Tim Chapman graduated in the spring of 2001 as one of the most decorated players in Gordon Men’s Lacrosse history. He finished his career earning titles that he continues to hold:

  • NCAA Division III Record Holder for Goals in a Game (13)
  • All-Time Points Leader (292)
  • All-Time Assist Leader (160)
  • Single-season Assist Leader (53 in 2000)

Serving as team captain from 1999–2001, Chapman helped the Scots develop into one of the premier teams in the Conference.

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Jack Augustine
Jaime Smith Eldred
Timothy Chapman