Shawnee High School
2018 Hall of Fame Inductees
Congratulations to Shawnee High School's 2018 Hall of Fame Inductees! (Click on the inductee name to read their full biography!)
Malik Allen, Shawnee Basketball, Class of 1996
Shawnee 1572 Career Points, most blocked shots in a season.
Played NBA 10 Seasons (Miami Heat, Detroit Pistons, Chicago Bulls.)
NBA Assistant Coach, Detroit Pistons.
Known as the “founding father” of the Medford Youth Athletic
Association. Pioneer in coaching/scouting football. Over 50 years of service promoting
athletics in Medford/Medford Lakes.
23 Strikeouts in 2003 Baseball final.
2018 University of Virginia Hall of Fame, volunteer work includes military families, Syrian refugees,
and families of cancer patients. Professional Baseball Player, Washington Nationals.
Shawnee 1608 career points, record 3rd in career steals,
2nd in career 3-point shots. Head Basketball Coach at Cornell University.
Shawnee – 2004 High School Player of the Year, 3-time SJSCA
Player of the Year, 2004 BCT Player of the Year. Head Soccer Coach, University of Denver.
NSCAA National Coach of the Year 2016.
Shawnee accomplishments: 11 Varsity Letters, 4 x 800 Relay State Champion.
Junior/Senior Years: All American LAX, All State, All SJ, All Conference, Courier-Post
Player of the Year. Gold Medalist World Cup Women’s Lacrosse 2009 and 2013.
Shawnee Girls Head Lacrosse Coach 1979-2006: 7 Lacrosse State Titles,
3 Sectional Titles, 14 League Titles; Assistant Field Hockey coach 1983-1995;
Athletic Director 2006-2015.
Shawnee: School records shot put, javelin, and discus. South Jersey Record (Javelin,)
Outstanding Athlete 1999. Penn Relays 2nd Place 1998/1999, Olympic Trials 2000.
National All-American 2002; SJ Track Coaches Hall of Fame 2010.
Shawnee: All State, All South Jersey, 2nd Team All County. Volunteer work for youth
football clinics. All American, 2nd round NFL draft pick (32nd.)
81 NFL Games: Cleveland Browns (1987-90,) New England Patriots (1991-92).
Shawnee accomplishments: First female to qualify/play on boy’s Athletic team (Golf,) all 4 years.
Field Hockey 1977 State Championship. Unsung Hero 1977. Winner Penn State Invitational 1980,
2-time Regional All-American, LPGA Urban Youth 2001 Carrie Russel Compassion & Devotion Award;
LPGA Class A professional since 2004, Named Philadelphia Magazine’s Top 25 Teachers in Region 2008.
Director of LPGA/USGA Girls Golf West Chester, PA, Director of Women’s Golf Gives Back Program
(providing low cost golf instruction and coaching to girls 7-18 years old).