Kaskaskia College Athletics Hall of Fame

1991 Chuck Mundell
1991 Dorothy Eagen
1991 Russell Coleman
1992 Chuck Hawley
1992 Gary Boles
1992 Tammy Moore
1993 George Marcum
1993 Tom Gray
1993 Wayne Harre
1994 Bryan Eversgerd
1994 Doug Rommelman
1994 Mary Lampe Schildroth
1994 Nate Clay
1994 Shirley Gilter
1995 Bill Hawley
1995 Chris Haake Langford
1995 Jeff Rogers
1996 Larry Smith
2001 Dottie Smith
2001 Marg Beckmann
2008 1963– 1964 Men’s Basketball Team
2008 Bill Niepoetter
2008 Craig Freels
2008 Dr. Shelvy Haywood Keglar
2008 KC Hall of Fame Ceremony
2008 Mary Ann Bohbrink
2009 1954-55 Men’s Basketball Team
2009 Jim McKee
2009 KC Hall of Fame Ceremony
2009 Ken Abrams
2009 Monica Konkel O’Rear
2009 Robert J. Logullo
2009 Robert S. Welch, Sr.
2010 1990-91 Men's Baseball Team
2010 Becky Isaacs Hannaford
2010 Jeff Morris
2010 Joe Stark
2010 KC Hall of Fame Ceremony
2010 Mike Pittman
2010 Ray Johnson
2010 Stew Kirkland
2011 1990 Women's Volleyball Team
2011 Cathy Karrick
2011 Harvey Welch
2011 Jason Rakers
2011 Kristy Jones Barton
2011 Pam Jones Evischi
2011 Scott Jones
2012 1966-67 Men's Basketball Team
2012 1988-89 MEN’S BASEBALL TEAM
2012 Al Coers
2012 Becky Richert Wessel
2012 Hal Hempen
2012 Leslie Dumstorff
2012 Liea Toedte
2013 1981-82 Men's Baseball Team
2013 Athletic Hall of Fame Ceremony
2013 Cheryl Harre
2013 Joe Petrea
2013 Jon Behrens
2013 Keli Lunn
2013 Robert Hight
2013 Wayne Astrauskas

Joe Petrea



Joe Petrea played baseball for Salem High School before attending Kaskaskia College from 1977-79.  Joe was a baseball Southern Illinois Collegiate Conference selection in the fall of 1977.  Joe’s batting average was .354 in fall of 1977, .306  in spring of 1978, and .303 in spring of 1979.  While at Kaskaskia College, Joe held a career batting average of .288, fifteen doubles, eight triples, one home run, forty-nine runs batted in, and a .432 on base average. Joe stole eighteen bases out of twenty-three attempts and had two triples in one game. He was also solid in the field with a fielding average of .979 handling 620 chances. 


Joe played for the South Team in the All-Star Game at Wrigley Field in the spring of 1979 and continued his career at Middle Tennessee State University after receiving a baseball scholarship.  Joe had a career batting average of .321 with forty-five runs batted in, twenty-one doubles, three homeruns, and one triple. Joe’s stats were all achieved using a wooden bat.  Joe was a great defensive first baseman with a .985 average handling 624 chances.  Joe was selected to the All Ohio Valley Conference Team his senior year when his team played in the South Regional with a chance to go to the NCAA College World Series.