On Saturday, April 2, Angela Gloukhoff Wentling, B.B.E. 1994, was formally inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame in a ceremony that was originally scheduled for 2020.

About Angela Gloukhoff Wentling

During her career at Catholic University, Gloukhoff Wentling was a three-time first-team All-Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) selection. In 1992, she was part of the winning two-mile relay team against Division I University of Maryland, Baltimore County. In 1993, she was named All-Southeast Region after placing 11th at the Southeast Regional Cross Country meet in Fayetteville, N.C. She was also named Female Runner of the Year in 1993 after winning the CAC women’s meet. In 1994, she earned All-Mason-Dixon Conference at the Indoor Track and Field Championships in Blacksburg, Va., by placing second in the 800 meters and in the 1500 meters. She was included on the CAC Women’s Cross Country Silver Anniversary Team during the conference’s 25th year to recognize its tradition of success.