Two former athletes of Tompkins Cortland Community College will be inducted into the Hall of Fame this Spring, bringing the total to 16 people part of the Hall of Fame since 1999.
Those two athletes are Kris Boyes ‘08 for golf, and Tayler Fravel (Wallis) ‘12 for softball.
“Boyes was Tompkins Cortland’s first national champion in any sport, winning the NJCAA Division 3 Men’s Golf Championship in 2008. He was also the Region 3 champion, the second in the history of the program, and an all-Mid-State Athletic Conference performer in his one year with the Panthers. Led by Boyes, the Panthers finished fourth in the nation in 2008, the best team finish in program history.” TC3 said in a press release.
“Fravel (Wallis) was a two-time All-American softball player for the Panthers, helping the team to consecutive NJCAA Region 3 championships. The team went a combined 69-13 and qualified for the NJCAA National Championship tournament both seasons, finishing third in the nation in 2012 while she set a Tompkins Cortland record for runs scored in a season. She also set, and still holds, the school record for hits in a career while posting a career batting average of .431.” TC3 said in a press release.
The Tompkins Cortland Community College Hall of Fame was founded in 1999 to honor the school’s former athletes, coaches, and contributors for high performance and support of the schools athletic program.