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2018 Athletic Hall of Fame inductees

Columbia Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2018 (L to R): Front Row – Bonnie Kenna, Jennifer (Amyot) Schneider, Lisa Colpoys. Back Row – Rachel Glasser for her brother Keith Glasser, Emory Parsons, Dr. Chelsea Corr.

Six former student athletes were inducted into Columbia High School’s Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 5. The outstanding alumni were standouts in a variety of sports and all went on to impressive colleges and careers.

“Congratulations to the 2018 Columbia Athletic Hall of Fame inductees,” said Columbia Athletic Director Michael Leonard. “You show the true spirit of our athletes and bring the past and present together as one. Thank you to all for paving the way for all our young athletes and teaching them how hard work, integrity, strength, and pride can pay off. You are the pride of the East Greenbush School District Community and the Columbia Athletic Family.”

Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

  • Lisa Colpoys ’82
    • Track, Cross Country
    • Seven varsity letters
    • Won numerous Section 2 and Suburban Council Championships
    • Attended Rutgers University and Loyola University Chicago Law School
  • Jennifer (Amyot) Schneider ’98
    • Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, Cross Country, Field Hockey
    • 12 varsity letters
    • Won numerous track events and played on the Suburban Council championship-winning field hockey team
    • Attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and earned a Master’s in Education from UAlbany
  • Bonnie Kenna ’99
    • Field Hockey, Softball
    • Led field hockey team in scoring as a junior and senior and won a Section 2 title in 1998
    • Attended SUNY Cortland
    • Coaches Columbia JV Field Hockey team
  • Dr. Chelsea Corr ’02
    • Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, Cross Country
    • 16 varsity letters
    • Her cross country team in 2001 attained a national ranking of 17th
    • Attended the University of New Hampshire at Durham before earning an M.S. in Atmospheric Science at Colorado State and a Ph.D. in Earth and Environmental Science from UNH
  • Keith Glasser ’04
    • Football, Baseball, Wrestling
    • Had 31 hits, 30 RBI, 20 runs scored and a team-leading six home runs on 2004 baseball team that won Section 2 Class AA and NYS Central Regional Championship titles
    • Attended Marist College
    • Assistant coach for the RPI baseball team
  • Emory Parsons ’07
    • Track and Field
    • Set multiple school and meet records in discus and shot put
    • Attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    • Qualified for the NCAA Championship in the Men’s Discus three times