The individual members of 2022 are:
A 5’7” shooting guard and dual-sport athlete, Jennifer Niemira Lawlor ’95, came to Quincy from Cor Jesu Academy in St. Louis, Mo. Lawlor played for three years on the girls’ basketball team. Despite injury, she finished her basketball career with 105 assists, 218 rebounds, and 608 career points, placing her on Lady Hawk Basketball’s all-time top 20 scorers list with an average of 19 points.
Beginning his softball career as a shortstop, he batted .397, 13 doubles, and drove in 49 runs his freshman year, continuing his momentum into the 1994 season with a nine-game hitting streak. Following a finger injury, Lawlor was moved to second base in her junior year, breaking QU softball records for most doubles and RBIs in a season. Lawlor broke the Lady Hawk Softball Career RBI record and finished fourth in batting average with .361, second in hits with 194, third in triples with 20, first in doubles with 35, first in RBIs with 141, and first in sacrifice fly with 12