Westminster inducted three alumni into the Breithaupt Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, September 28 during a ceremony in Turner Gym.
The Breithaupt Athletic Hall of Fame was established in 1972 to honor individuals who have had an extraordinary impact on the Westminster Athletics program.
The 2019 inductees are:
Jenna Buckley '08
Jenna Buckley was a four-year letter winner and one of the greatest defenders in Westminster soccer history. During her career, she led the Wildcats to Georgia High School Association (GHSA) state championships in 2005 and 2006, as well as a state runner-up finish in 2007 and a quarterfinal finish in 2008. Despite playing a position that does not garner the statistics other positions do, Jenna left an indelible mark on the program as one of the strongest athletes and leaders to compete for the Wildcats. As a senior, she was a team captain and won the program’s leadership award. After graduation, Jenna competed for the University of Georgia and played in the NCAA Division I Tournament in 2009, 2010, and 2011.
Maalik Reynolds '10
Maalik Reynolds was a three-year letter winner for the track and field program and a record-breaking high jumper. He won two GHSA state championships in the high jump and led the team to the boys Class AA championship in 2009. His title-winning jump in 2009 was 6 feet, 11 inches, which was five inches higher than the runner up and his title-winning jump in 2010 was 7 feet, 2 inches, which was 10 inches higher than the runner up. Maalik’s performances in the high jump set numerous school and state records: he sits atop the Westminster track and field record board, holds a GHSA Class AA record, and is fifth all-time in all classifications in Georgia. After graduating from Westminster, Maalik continued to set records for the University of Pennsylvania and participated in the 2012 USA Olympic Trials.
Stevie Vines '09
Stevie Vines was a four-year letter winning diver and one of the greatest divers in Westminster history. He won three consecutive GHSA state championships in the one-meter dive in 2007, 2008, and 2009 and helped the boys swimming and diving team win state championships in 2006, 2007, and 2008. For his performances during the 2007, 2008, and 2009 seasons, he earned National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association All-America honors. Stevie is the current Westminster diving and Pete Higgins Pool record holder in the six and the 11-dive events. After graduating from Westminster, Stevie continued to win championships and set records at Princeton University.