Lakeshore High School will induct four new members into the Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday 10/6/17 at halftime of the Lancer Football game vs Brother Rice High School. A reception will take place prior to the game in the High School Cafeteria from 5:30-6:15pm for family and friends of the inductees. The 2017 class includes two former athletes, a former coach and the school’s longtime Athletic Trainer. Here are the bios for the 2017 Inductees:
Jim Maier had a forty four year coaching career and he spent thirty eight of those years working and coaching for Lakeshore Public Schools. Thirty seven of those years were spent coaching at the varsity level in various sports. While coaching the Lakeshore girls varsity basketball team for 27 years, Jim had an outstanding record of 423 wins and only 174 defeats. Maier’s teams won 15 Conference titles and 5 District Championships. Amazingly, his teams had a 110 game conference winning streak during the 1991-97 seasons. While coaching the girls he also had two undefeated regular seasons.
To go along with all of his accomplishments in girls basketball, he also had success coaching the Boys Varsity Golf team from 2006-2016. In 2016 he led the boys to a SMAC West Division Championship.
Maier also earned numerous awards and honors over the years as he was named the 1995 AP Class B coach of the Year, 2004 BCAM Hall of Fame, 2016 BCAM Distinguished Service Award and just this fall was inducted into the MHSCA Hall of Fame.
Dan “Tink” Tinkey
Dan “Tink” Tinkey is a tremendous asset to the Lakeshore community as the Athletic Trainer for the Lancers. He started his career here in 1978 and is currently in his 39th year at Lakeshore. While performing his duties as the trainer, he also taught MS Physical Education and Math at Lakeshore Middle School from 1979-81. Tink also coached track at the high school from 1978-81. He also taught the CTE Athletic Training classes at both Lakeshore and St. Joseph High Schools for 12 years.
“Tink” is also a member of the Michigan State Board of Athletic Training and the National Athletic Trainers Association. He is also a member of the Secondary Schools Athletic Trainers Committee for the Michigan Athletic Trainers Society. The wealth of knowledge and experience that he brings to the table, keeps our athletes healthy and on the road to recovery with all the right recovery processes if they have had an injury.
LHS Class of 2004
Andrew Hartline is one of the most talented and accomplished athletes to play at Lakeshore High School. He was a leader and earned the status of Captain on the Lancer football teams in 2003 and 2004. Andrew was named All State by the Detroit Free Press as an Offensive Lineman, was ranked #22 in the Free Press Fab 50, and ranked #35 in the Detroit News Blue Chip Rankings. Hartline also played in the East/West All-Star Game at the conclusion of his senior year. During his senior season he helped the Lancers to a school record of 11 wins and the team made it to the MHSAA Division 3 Semi Finals. Andrew was also an integral part of the varsity track team from 2001-2004, earning an individual State Title in the Discus and then went on to place 5th at Midwest Meet of Champions in the Discus.
After his time at Lakeshore, Andrew went on to play college football at Central Michigan University. While playing there he started an amazing 53 consecutive games for the Chippewas. During his senior year he was named team captain and earned First Team-All MAC. For his play during his Sophomore and Junior years at Central he earned 2nd Team All MAC. As a Freshman, he was named an All American Honoree. Hartline was also a standout in the classroom being named an Academic All MAC honoree.
His teams won two MAC Conference Championships and appeared in three Bowl Games. After his career was over at CMU he went on to play two seasons in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers and the Miami Dolphins.
Becky (Marx) Keogh
LHS Class of 2002
Becky (Marx) Keogh was a standout athlete for the Lancers. As a softball player she was named All Conference and All State in both 2001 and 2002. During her time at Lakeshore HS she was also a member of the Lakeshore Marching Band. She was a Drum Major in 2000 and in 2001 and both years the band finished as State Runner Up.
After high school she went on to play softball at Loyola University in Chicago from 2003-2004. During her time there she was named to the Horizon League All New Comer Team in 2003. She also was named First Team All Horizon League in 2004. As a result of her dedication in the classroom she earned a spot on the Horizon League Academic Honor Roll in 2004. In 2005 she transferred to the University of Michigan. During her Junior year as a Wolverine she was named Academic All Big Ten, won a Big Ten Championship and was the starting catcher on the 2005 National Championship team. In 2006, Becky was once again Academic All Big Ten, All Big Ten Second Team, named to the NFCA All American team and finally was U of M’s most Outstanding Player. To finish off her senior year she was named the University of Michigan’s Female Recipient of the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award,