The 2018 Athletic Hall of Fame inductees include:
Mark Douglas ’91 (Track) – Mark was a two-sport standout in both cross country and track and field. For cross country, he was Varsity League Champion in 1988 and 1989, and led his team to the Varsity Team Championships in 1989 and 1990.
He qualified for the state meet as an individual in 1988, and led the team to an 11th place finish with his 8th place finish in the 1990 state meet. For track, he won the 3200 at the Meet of Champions in 1991 and then placed 6th at the state meet. After graduation, Mark went on to an outstanding career at the University of California, Berkeley in both track and cross country.
Alisha Flaaten ’06 (Girls Basketball) – Alisha is #2 on the all-time leading scorers list for Mariner girls basketball with 1,863 points, second only to Hall of Famer Colleen Galloway ’77.
Alisha led her team to three straight undefeated league seasons, an NCS title, and four straight appearances in NCS and the NorCal playoffs. Alisha played four years at Dominican University and set the all-time scoring record there.
Phil Hazelwood ’73 (Track) – Phil was a sprinter on the Mariner track team (pictured second from left), earning second place finishes in the 200-meter dash and back-to-back league titles in the 400-meter dash at the CAL championships, where he also earned a spot to the NCS Meet of Champions.
He was the first track athlete from Moreau to qualify for the state meet. Phil’s individual records include top times of 10.1 in the 100 yards, 22.1 in the 200 meters and 48.7 in the 400 meters. Phil later ran track and played football at Chabot College.
Peter Peabody (Volunteer 1976-present) – For more than 40 years, Peter Peabody has been a shining example of giving to others.
A fixture at Moreau Catholic sporting events, he has done it all from helping at practices to announcing almost every sport and alumni game to working playoffs, scorekeeping for basketball and attending numerous events as a spectator and fan. He is known as the “Voice of Mariner Athletics.” Peter says he wants to be remembered for loving and supporting Mariner athletes both on and off the playing field.
Marcos Rios ’96 (Baseball) – Marcos was a standout catcher for the Mariner baseball team during back-to-back 10-4 league seasons, which led to the HAAL Championship in 1996.
He was the top hitter on the team for two seasons and led the league in hitting his senior year. Marcos earned a scholarship to the University of South Carolina, where he had a great baseball career, helping take the team to an SEC title and making it to the Super Regional in the College Baseball World Series.
Dan Squiers ’86 (Football) – Dan was a lineman during the Walsh Era, responsible for setting the table for the amazing running backs on the team. He was All CAL, All East Bay, All South County, and Northern California Lineman of the Year.
He earned a scholarship to Santa Clara University, where he was a four-year starter, and received First Team and All Conference honors his junior and senior year.
Dan also was a standout Mariner in track as NCS champion in the shotput, and winning the NCS Meet of Champions, which qualified him for the state meet. He held the Moreau shotput record with a throw of 59′ 6 3/4″ until the record was broken by Hall of Famer Matt Loggins ’91.
Tim Walsh (Football Coach ’81-86) – Coach Walsh took a team that was 4-6 to a winning season the following year, then 8-2 and 7-3 seasons and two NCS appearances.
He created a positive football atmosphere on campus with students, faculty and alumni. Currently he is the head football coach at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo.
1986 Girls Tennis Team: Coached by Hall of Famer Ray Breves, the team won the CAL championship and placed third in NCS. #1 singles player Leilani Ruiz made it to the quarter finals in the NCS playoffs.
In addition to being league champions, the team was scholastic team champion for the NCS with nine players earning a GPA of 3.6 or higher. This team laid the groundwork for the incredible success of the Mariner women’s tennis program for years to come.