Andy Farrissey was a four-sport letter winner at SHS, and later became head boys track and field coach.
2019 Hall of Fame Inductees
Bill Mitz is the winningest football coach in Stevenson history, with 22 state playoff appearances in 28 seasons.
Bob Mackey is the winningest baseball coach in SHS history, with 681 victories and seven regional championships.
Chris Piggott was one of the finest athletes in Stevenson history, and was a major part of several milestones in Patriot athletics.
Courtney DeBolt Slinko was an all-state and All-American girls volleyball player in the early 1990s.
Frank Mattucci guided the Patriot girls basketball team to back-to-back state championships in 1995 and 1996.
Jeff Wimer has led the girls water polo program to four IHSA state championships, and is the winningest girls water polo coach in state history.
Judy Harwood is the most successful girls gymnastics coach in SHS history, winning five IHSA state championships.
Lindsay Borkan was a six-time state champion in girls gymnastics, and was part of the Patriot dynasty from 2001-04.
Mark Deady won the 1,600-meter state championship, was an All-American in college, and ran in the 1988 Seoul Olympics.
Matt O’Dwyer was the 33rd overall pick in the 1995 NFL Draft, and played 10 seasons in the league.
Megan Bozek was a member of the U.S. women's ice hockey team that won a silver medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Paul Swan was the school’s first baseball coach, and has been an assistant in the boys basketball program for 50 years.
Suzie Jaeger won the IHSA girls tennis singles championship in 1976, 1977 and 1978, and lost only one match in her high school career.
Tamika Catchings was the first underclassmen to be named Miss Basketball of Illinois, and won state, NCAA, WNBA and Olympic championships.
Tauja Catchings is the all-time leading scorer in SHS girls basketball history, and helped the Patriots win state titles in 1995 and 1996.
Tom Baumann was the first football coach in Stevenson’s history, and also was part of the 2014 IHSA state championship team.