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Ragin’ Cajuns Announce 2014 Athletic Hall of Fame Class

New members will be officially inducted during halftime of UL-USA football game

2014 Hall of Fame

LAFAYETTE – The University of Louisiana at Lafayette and the Ragin’ Cajuns Lettermen Club is proud to announce the 2014 Athletic Hall of Fame inductees: Michael Allen (Basketball), Steven Feehan (Baseball), Jill Robertson (Softball) and Matt Trevino (Golf).

The Hall of Fame reception and meet-and-greet will be held Friday, October 31 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the UL Alumni Center.  The inductees will be officially inducted during halftime of the football game on Saturday, November 1.  Prior to the game, an autograph session will be held in the Alumni tent.

Michael Allen (Basketball) – A three-year member and a two-time letterman of the USL basketball team from 1991-1994, Allen was named first-team All-Sun Belt Conference in 1993 and 1994. In 1994, he became the first Cajun player to be named the Sun Belt Player of the Year.  Allen still ranks atop many of the schools individual and season records, including eighth in school history for most points scored in a career – 1,673 points in only three seasons. Allen played professionally and then continued sharing his passion as a high school basketball coach for many years, including four at his alma mater. Allen received his degree from USL in 1996, and is currently living in Lexington, Ky., where he works as a Youth Service Center Coordinator for the Fayette County Public School System.
Steven Feehan (Baseball) – A four-time baseball letterman from 1997-2000 as a centerfielder for the Cajuns’ baseball team, Feehan was named second-team All Sun Belt Conference, All-Louisiana and Honorable Mention All-America in 1999.  In 2000, Feehan earned All-Sun Belt Conference honors, honorable mention on the All-Louisiana team and was named to the All-College World Series team.  Many of Feehan’s individual stats still top the record books – including games played (236), games started (219), at bats (809), runs scored (201) and hits (250).  He still ranks in the top five in school history for career doubles (51), walks (105) and stolen bases (57).  Feehan currently lives in Acadiana and works for the Lafayette Fire Department.  He is a 2001 graduate of the University.
Jill Robertson (Softball) – A four-time letterman in softball from 2001-2005, Robertson started in 242 games to help the Ragin’ Cajuns to a 199-44 record. A three-time All-Sun Belt Conference first-team selection and 2001 Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year, Robertson hit .296 for her career with 216 hits, 208 runs, 106 RBI and 50 stolen bases.  In 2004, Robertson sustained a season-ending injury, but returned stronger than ever for her final season – batting .366 with team-highs of 57 runs and 11 doubles, earning NFCA All-Region honors.   In addition to her athletic honors, Robertson was named to the Verizon Academic All-District Team and the Sun Belt Conference Honor Roll in 2002 and 2003. Robertson received a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering in 2005 from UL and a Master of Science in biomedical engineering in 2008 from the University of Houston.  Jill currently lives in Fort Worth, Texas and works for Stryker Corporation.
Matt Trevino (Golf) – A four-year letterman for the Ragin’ Cajuns from 1995-98, Trevino was a three-time All-Sun Belt Conference selection.   In 1996, Trevino won the Louisiana State Amateur Championship.  He placed second in the 1997 NCAA Regional Championships, qualifying him to compete in the NCAA National Championships.  Trevino’s wedge shot on the final hole at the 1997 Sun Belt Conference Championships was instrumental in the Cajuns securing the league title.  In 2006, he was named to the All-Time Sun Belt Conference team.  Currently, Trevino is the Director of Golf at Riverhill Country Club in Kerrville, Texas. He received his degree from the University in 1998.

The purpose of the UL Lafayette Hall of Fame is to give recognition to those athletes who have made a significant contribution to the good name of the University by demonstrating exceptional ability and sportsmanship on the playing fields, commendable scholarship in the classroom, high quality leadership on the campus, and who after leaving the University have established a personal reputation for character and citizenship in the community which they reside.

"Our goal is to remind each new generation of athletes of the tradition they must uphold and the ideals that they should strive for while they are wearing the UL Lafayette uniforms," said Ragin’ Cajuns Lettermen Club President Tom Carroll (UL Baseball ’71-’74).

The Ragin’ Cajuns Lettermen Club Alumni Chapter is comprised of men and women who lettered in athletics while they were students at SLI/USL/UL Lafayette.  The Ragin’ Cajuns Lettermen Club is a constituent chapter of the UL Lafayette Alumni Association and it retains close ties to the Athletic Department.