Pat Toomey
Induction Year: 2013
Class of: 2002
Sports: Baseball

Pat Toomey, Class of 2002. A third-team ABCA/Rawlings All-American in his senior season, Toomey was one of the finest infielders to play for USM. He helped the Huskies win two NCAA regional titles (2000, 2001) and the Little East Conference championship in 1999. At the 2001 NCAA Division III World Series, Toomey broke the school record for most hits (253) then held by Bob Prince (and eclipsed two years later by teammate Tyler Delome) when he hit a home run against Illinois Wesleyan. An All-LEC honorable mention selection at second base in his rookie season, Toomey went on to receive All-LEC and NEIBA All-New England recognition three times at shortstop. Toomey hit .375 (255 for 680) during his USM career and ranks among the top 20 in 11 offensive categories. He still holds the career records for most stolen bases (86) and fielding assists (543).