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2022 Inductees

Kevin Collier - Class of 2006

Kevin Collier Athletic Hall of Fame Award

Kevin was a three-sport athlete who played football, basketball and track & field during his high school career.  His most successful sport was football, where he was one of the best offensive players in all of Section V. To this day, he is the Saints all-time leader in career yards rushing with 5,402. This was a Section V record upon graduation and currently third all-time in Section V history.  He is also the Saints all-time leader in rushing yards in one season with 1,942, rushing yards in one game with 387, touchdowns in one game with 6 and career rushing touchdowns with 44. He holds the top three spots in Saints history for most rushing yards in one game with 387 in 2005 against Hilton, 374 in 2004 against Irondequoit, and 352 in 2005 against Fairport. The 387 yard game was second highest in Section V history when he graduated and is currently ninth highest in Section V history. He also set our school record for most career touchdowns with 47, which is currently second all-time in school history. Kevin was honored with being named First Team All Greater Rochester in football for two consecutive years. In his senior season, he was honored with the following awards: First Team All-County, Monroe County Division 2 Player of the Year, Section V Class AAA Offensive Player of the Year and All Greater Rochester Player of the Year.  His hard work helped lead our football team to the Section V semi-finals in two consecutive seasons. All of these honors led him to be named the Churchville-Chili Male Athlete of the Year in 2006. Kevin received a football scholarship to the University of Pittsburgh where he played Division 1 football all four years. 

Jaime Culp-Passinault - Class of 1995

Jaime Culp Passinault Athletic Hall of Fame Award

Jaime was a three-sport athlete in soccer, volleyball and softball.  On the soccer field, she was a member of our 1993 girls team that went to the sectional finals. During her senior soccer season, she was awarded First Team All-County and was named to the exceptional senior game. In volleyball, she is one of the best players in Saints history. In her senior volleyball season, she was the team co-captain, team MVP, selected First Team All-County, named Monroe County Division 2 Player of the Year, named to the Monroe County Division 2 All-Tournament team, and (most impressively) named First Team All-State.   Although there were no sectionals played in the sport of girls volleyball at that time, her efforts helped lead our team the finals of the Monroe County tournament and to be ranked fourth in the state in Class B in the 1994-95 season. She set eight school records in volleyball prior to graduating including: most blocks in one season with 77 (currently 6th), most kills in one season with 345 (still school record), best kill percentage in one season with .549 (currently 2nd), most career kills with 525 (currently 4th), most career blocks with 153 (currently 5th), best career kill percentage with .477 (currently 2nd), most kills in one match with 25 (currently 2nd), and most blocks in one match with 12 (currently tied for school record). Jaime was also a member of our 1995 softball team that lost in the sectional finals 5-4 to Arcadia. This was our first softball team to make it to the sectional finals. Jaime had a .414 batting average and had a record of 12-4 as a pitcher in that 1995 season.  She was named Second Team All-County as a softball pitcher in both 1994 and in 1995.  All of these honors led her to be named the Churchville-Chili Female Athlete of the Year in 1995. After high school, Jaime went on to play four years of volleyball at Roberts Wesleyan college. She was a team captain and achieved All-Conference, All-Regional and All-East honors all four years.  To date, she still holds and is in the top three all-time for numerous volleyball school records at Roberts Wesleyan.   She was named Roberts Wesleyan Athlete of the Year in her senior year and subsequently was inducted into Roberts Wesleyan Athletic Hall of Fame in 2009.

Bob Lowden - Class of 1977

Bob Lowden Athletic Hall of Fame Award

Bob was a three-sport athlete in soccer, basketball and baseball who was team captain and named First Team All-County in all three sports.  As a junior, Bob was one of our leading scorers averaging 14 points per game in the 1975-76 season and helped lead our team to a 14-6 record and the #2 seed in Section V Class AA.  In that same season, Bob broke our school record for most assists in one season with 90, which currently ranks 5th all-time.  During his senior year, he also led our team in scoring at 15 points per game while again leading our team in assists.  He culminated his basketball career averaging 14.19 points per game which is 8th all-time in school history, and he was also named First Team All-County in basketball two consecutive years. On the baseball diamond, Bob began leaving his mark on his varsity career as only a sophomore. During that 1975 season, he was in the top four in batting average, hits, homeruns, stolen bases and runs batted in. He scored 20 runs in the 1975 baseball season which tied our school record at that time. As a junior, he helped lead our 1976 baseball team to the Monroe County Division 1 title.  In 1977, he set our school record for most assists in baseball with 53 which stood until 1988. His talents in baseball led him to being named First Team All-County in two consecutive seasons as our shortstop.  After high school, he went on to play baseball at Monroe Community College and Miami University of Ohio. He was named team MVP and First Team All-Region shortstop while at MCC. From there, he went on to a very successful baseball coaching career. He coached baseball at Ball State and also internationally in the Italian Professional League from 1991-1993. In 1994, he was chosen by USA Baseball to coach the East Squad at the United States Olympic Festival.  In 1996, he was selected to coach the Junior College Baseball National Team. He returned back to the Rochester area where he became the head baseball coach at Finger Lakes College for 11 years. During his tenure, he was named both Northeast District and Regional Coach of the Year in 1992 and 1994.He twice led the FLCC baseball team to regional titles and coached the Lakers to a pair of NJCAA World Series appearances.  Bob was named Mid-State Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2005. He then became the Athletic Director at Finger Lakes College in 2006 and worked in that capacity for 15 years. He was inducted into the Finger Lakes College Hall of Fame in 2014.

Carly Zimmerman - Class of 2013

Carly Zimmerman Athletic Hall of Fame Award

Carly was a three-sport athlete in soccer, basketball and lacrosse who was named First Team All-County for three years in soccer and four years in lacrosse. As captain of our 2012 soccer team, she was the Saints leading scorer and team MVP who helped lead us to the Section V Class AA finals. In that season she scored 14 goals and had 34 points. Both of these are tied for second all-time in school history for most goals and points in one season.  Her efforts in that 2012 season led her to be named Monroe County Division 2 girls soccer Player of the Year. She scored 25 career goals in soccer, which is tied for 7th all-time in school history. On the basketball court she was named Second Team All-County and team MVP on our 2012-13 basketball team. As our girls lacrosse team captain for three years and two-time team MVP, she helped lead the Saints to win our very first division titles in school history in 2010 and 2013. Her lacrosse career is one of the best in school history. he scored 63 goals in 2012 which was a school record at that time and is currently third all-time.  She also scored 58 goals in 2011 which is tied for fifth all-time in school history and 55 goals in 2013 which is eighth all-time.She still holds our school records for most assists in one game with five, most assists one season with 36, and most career assists with 94. Carly scored 211 career goals, which was a school record and is currently second all-time. Only three girls in school history have scored over 200 goals in their Saints career. She also set school records and is now second all-time for most points in one season with 91 and most points in a career with 305. Only two girls in school history have totaled over 300 points.To culminate her high school lacrosse career in 2013, Carly was named an Academic All-American and was named the Monroe County Division 3 Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year. All of these honors led her to be named the Churchville-Chili Female Athlete of the Year in 2013. Carly received a scholarship to Mercyhurst University where she played four years of soccer and lacrosse. She was highly successful there and named First Team All-Conference in lacrosse in 2017, Second Team All-Conference in 2016, as well as Collegiate All-American Third Team and First Team All-Conference honors in lacrosse in 2017.