Marmion Inducts Members into Athletic Hall of Fame
March 14, 2019
AURORA—Marmion Academy inducted five members into the Marmion Athletic Hall of Fame during halftime of a basketball game on Feb. 8. They are:
Tom McLean, class of 1984, was honored posthumously for  his athletic success at Marmion in tennis and cross country despite the debilitating effects of his lifelong lung disease, Cystic Fibrosis. 
McLean’s wife Kristine and his parents, Mike and Shirley, accepted the award in his memory.
Nicolas Jimenez, 2010, was a four-year varsity wrestler and IHSA class 2A State Champion at the 171-pound weight division — Marmion’s first wrestling state champion. 
Graham Glasgow, 2011, was a two-year letterman on the football team where he was a captain his senior year for the 2010 state runner-up team. In 2010, he was All-State and Academic All-State. Glasgow  was a third-round pick, 95th overall, in the 2016 NFL Draft to the Detroit Lions where he has started 43 games and appeared in 47 as a center and guard in three seasons.
Ryan Glasgow. 2012, was a Marmion team captain in both basketball and football. He earned multiple all-area and all-conference team honors in both sports. He started at defensive tackle for three years at the University of Michigan. He was a fourth-round National Football League draft pick by the Cincinnati Bengals. Ryan  entered his third NFL season this fall. 
Kevin O’Connor was the founding head coach of the Marmion Soccer program in 1994. His teams won six regional championships, four  sectional championships and one super-sectional championship, finishing 4th in the state in his final season in 2011.
Coach O’Connor was named the Illinois High School Soccer Coaches Association Coach of the Year in 2011 and was inducted into the association’s Hall of Fame in 2014. Coach O’Connor finished his high school coaching career with a record of: 302–128–36.