Wesleyan will honor the inaugural class into its Circle of Honor, the Norcross private school's new hall of fame, during its basketball games tonight against Westminster.
The inductees - Dana Birnie, Lauren Blankenship, Cristan Duvall and Clark Walker - will be honored with a pre-game dinner ceremony and then will be recognized between the varsity boys and girls basketball games at approximately 6:45 p.m.
Birnie, a 2001 grad, played volleyball, basketball, golf and soccer, earning all-state honors in volleyball and basketball. She scored 1,366 career points - the program's first 1,000-point scorer - in basketball, a sport she played at Presbyterian College.
Blankenship, a 2003 grad, was on the Wolves' cross country and soccer teams. She was a two-time all-county soccer player and a two-time county runner of the year in cross country. She went on to run at Samford, where she holds 11 school records, was a cross country All-American and won 14 conference championships.
Duvall, also a 2003 grad, competed in cross country, track, soccer and swimming. A three-time cross country state champion, he still holds the school record time of 15 minutes, 17 seconds and also was an all-county selection in soccer. He earned a scholarship to run at Georgia Tech.
Walker, a 2001 grad, was on the football, basketball and track teams. He scored 1,582 points in basketball - the school's first 1,000-point scorer - and averaged 22.4 points his senior season despite playing with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his knee. He went to college at Virginia.