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UPEI welcomes Class of 2019 into Hall of Fame

The University of Prince Edward Island welcomed three legends into the UPEI Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday night as part of its sports legacy celebration. Tessa Roche, from second left, Vernon Pahl, and Doug Currie, representing the 1984–85 UPEI men’s hockey team (of which he captained) will be the 48, 49 and 50th inductees, respectively, bringing the total membership of the UPEI Sports Hall of Fame to 50. Also pictured are Ron Annear, left, varsity sport co-ordinator at UPEI, and Chris Huggan, right, athletic director at UPEI. The UPEI Sports Hall of Fame was founded in 2001 to recognize individuals who have made significant contributions to the athletic programs at UPEI, Saint Dunstan’s University or Prince of Wales College. Each year, individual athletes, teams, and builders are inducted to honour their contributions towards the university’s athletic success or community leadership. Stories on the inductees will be published in an upcoming edition of The Guardian and the Journal Pioneer. Submitted
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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. —

The University of Prince Edward Island welcomed three legends into the UPEI Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday night as part of its sports legacy celebration. Tessa Roche, from second left, Vernon Pahl, and Doug Currie, representing the 1984–85 UPEI men’s hockey team (of which he captained) will be the 48, 49 and 50th inductees, respectively, bringing the total membership of the UPEI Sports Hall of Fame to 50. Also pictured are Ron Annear, left, varsity sport co-ordinator at UPEI, and Chris Huggan, right, athletic director at UPEI. The UPEI Sports Hall of Fame was founded in 2001 to recognize individuals who have made significant contributions to the athletic programs at UPEI, Saint Dunstan’s University or Prince of Wales College. Each year, individual athletes, teams, and builders are inducted to honour their contributions towards the university’s athletic success or community leadership. Stories on the inductees will be published in an upcoming edition of The Guardian and the Journal Pioneer. Submitted

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