2003 Hall Of Fame




The Windham Bomber Athletic Hall of Fame honors former athletes who achieved excellence through competition, coaches who have made a difference
in the lives of their athletes and supporters of the athletic program.

(Special thanks to George Belden for supplying the information on this page)

(Note: The information written on these athletes were written at the time they were inducted into the hall of fame. Some of the information might be outdated. If you are in the hall of fame and want your information updated please contact Robin Martin through the "Contact" page.

greg cGreg Cowan is a 1981 graduate of Windham High School. During his career Greg was successful in basketball, baseball and golf. In basketball he was All-PCL in both his junior and senior years and was co-captain of his team. In 1980 the team was District Champions and made it to regional semi-finals and in 1981 he led his team to the District finals. In baseball he was equally successful earning All-PCL honors twice and most valuable player in his senior year. Greg also was chosen for the All State team his senior year and was chosen captain by his teammates. In golf Greg was an All-PCL selection in his junior and senior years. During his junior year, he helped lead his team to a PCL Championship and was voted team captain the following year. Greg extended his athletic talent at Hiram College where he was named 1st team AllConference twice and was also named President’s Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Year. He also spent five consecutive years as an all star in the Warren AA baseball league.

no photoJulie McDivitt is a 1997 graduate of Windham High School. Julie excelled in both volleyball and basketball as a 4-year starter/letter winner in both sports. In volleyball Julie earned All-PCL 1 st team and All-State for three years and was 1st team All-State in her senior year. Among the many honors she achieved were PCL player of the year her junior and senior years, District player of the year her senior year, team most valuable player in her sophomore, junior and senior years, and the Cleveland Plain Dealer Player of the Year. Julie was a state all star match representative and is the only volleyball player to ever have her jersey retired. In basketball Julie was an All-PCL selection for three years. In her senior year she earned All-State honors and was named State co-player of the year. She was also the district player of the year and the team most valuable player. Julie earned Honorable Mention All-American and scored over 1500 points in her high school career. As a senior Julie was named the Warren Tribune and Record Courier Female Athlete of the Year.Julie continued her athletic career at the University of Akron where she was a four-year letterman and two year most valuable player in volleyball. She currently holds the University of Akron and Mid American Conference record for the only person to have ever gotten 1,000 sets, digs and kills and was rated second in the nation in digs. In her senior year she earned the Miss Hustle award in basketball.