Wayne Soccer Alumni started a hall of fame in 2012 to capture the storied history of its soccer program, which includes 11 sectional championships and over 35 league titles between the boys and girls programs.
This year, the hall of fame inducted six members: Mike Corney, Roger Hansen, Bob Hollis, Christine Ingham, Lisa Lombino and Lonnie Schilstra.
Corney played for Wayne in 1976-78. He was a captain and three-year all-county midfielder. After high school, he was a four-year starter for Lock Haven, where they won the 1980 Division 2 National Championship. Corney played professionally after college, and represented the U.S. in China in 1987. He currently coaches for U.S. Soccer Academy Classics in Pennsylvania, and retired after being a teacher for 30 years.
Hansen played for Wayne from 1969 to 1971, and was on the sectional title winning team in 1969. His involvement in soccer spans over 50 years as a player, coach, team administrator and referee. Hansen played in over 600 games, and officiated over 900. He currently referees for college and high school.
Hollis was a three-year starter for Wayne, and was on three league and sectional winning teams as well as captain his senior season. He was a midfielder who controlled the field while scoring goals and getting assists. Hollis was not only an offensive threat, but a fierce defender as well. He was part of one of strongest defending teams in Wayne history.
Ingham was captain of the 1991 sectional title winning team. She was first-team all-league, senior MVP and exceptional senior nominee and a sixth-team all-state selection in her senior season. In addition to winning the sectional title, the girl’s team were league champions in her senior season. After high school, Ingham was recruited to play at SUNY Fredonia, where she was a four-year starter.
Lombino was a teammate of Ingham and part of the 1991 sectional and league winning teams. On top of being an all-league selection and team MVP, Lombino was selected first-team All Greater Rochester. Her senior season, Lombino scored nine goals for the Section V Class B winning team. She went on to play three years for SUNY Buffalo State.
Schilstra was a graduate of the Class of 1964. His senior season, Schilstra was the captain of the Section V championship team. He not only excelled on the soccer field, but was on the basketball and baseball teams. While in high school, Schilstra was involved in the music program, participating in Senior Band, Pep Band and all-state band. After his playing days at Wayne, he went on to play soccer for Ithaca College, where he was a starter. Schilstra went on to teach for 33 years in Penfield Central School District.