29th Annual Golf Classic and Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

Monday, June 17, 2019

Port Jefferson Country Club New Location! 
44 Fairway Dr., Port Jefferson, NY 11777

10 a.m. Golfer registration opens
5:30 p.m. Cocktail reception/buffet dinner and Hall of Fame induction ceremony

All proceeds will support student athletics for SJC Brooklyn and SJC Long Island.

To Register

Contact Jessica Meotti at 631.687.2655, jmeotti@sjcny.edu

Please make check payable to:
St. Joseph’s College • 1 Terry Street, Suite 2 • Patchogue, NY 11772



  • Two foursomes
  • Four additional dinner tickets
  • Company name on invitation
  • Athletic website sponsor
  • Signage throughout the event
  • Hole flag sponsor
  • Tee sign
GOLF Cart Sponsor

  • One foursome
  • Four additional dinner tickets
  • Sign on all golf carts
  • Hole flag sponsor
  • Tee sign
Hall of Fame Sponsor

  • Two golfers
  • Eight additional dinner tickets with reserved seating
  • Company or family name included on Hall of Fame gift for all attendees
  • Tee sign
Dinner Sponsor

  • One foursome
  • Two additional dinner tickets
  • Dinner sponsor signage
  • Hole flag
EAGLE Sponsor

  • One foursome
  • Hole flag
  • Driving range signage
  • Tee sign
Birdie Sponsor

  • Two golfers
  • Hole Flag
  • Tee sign
Recent Alumni Foursome Sponsor
(undergraduate class years ’09 – ’18)

  • One “Recent alumni” foursome
  • Tee sign
Halfway House Sponsor $2,500
Hole-in-One Sponsor $1,500
Hold Flag Sponsor $1,000
Driving Range Sponsor $750
Putting Green Sponsor $500
Tee Sign $250
Golf and Hall of Fame Sponsor
Advertisements will be shown electronically during brunch, cocktails and dinner.

  • Full screen $250
  • Half screen $150
  • Listing $100

Note: All sponsors will be given a complimentary full screen ad with their company or family name listed.

SINGLE Golfer $650
Recent Alumni Golfer
(Limited availability, undergraduate class years ’09 – ’18)
Foursome $2,500
Cocktail reception/buffet dinner and Golden Eagles ATHLETIC Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony $100

* Note: Sponsorship and individual golfer tickets includes admission to cocktail reception/dinner and induction ceremony.



10 a.m.



10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.



10 a.m.


Shotgun Tee-Off

12:30 p.m.
*Soft spikes required*


Cocktail Reception

5:30 p.m.


Buffet Dinner and Golden Eagles ATHLETIC Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

6:45 p.m.

2019 Golden Eagles Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

Meghan Brady ’09

Inductee Meghan Brady ’09 was a midfielder who led women’s soccer to three regular season Skyline Conference championships (2005, 2006 and 2008). Fifth all-time in team history in career points (46) and goals (18), Brady was the conference’s player of the year in 2008. A two-time All-Conference selection, the midfielder was also a NSCAA/adidas New York Region Third-Team honoree in 2008.  Brady, currently works as a strategic account executive at Hub International.

“Playing soccer has been something I’ve loved doing since kindergarten, and the opportunity to play in college meant I got to keep doing what I enjoyed most,” said Brady, 30. “Being recognized for my time on the field is just icing on the cake — it’s humbling and super exciting.”

Tyler Eckhoff ’09  
Inductee Tyler Eckhoff ’09 was a three-time Skyline All-Conference selection who in 2008 led the men’s cross country team to its first-ever Skyline title. He still holds two SJC Long Island course records. Currently, he is a middle school social studies teacher and high school cross country and track coach in Alexandria, Virginia.

“It is an honor to be recognized by SJC,” said Eckhoff, 31. “St. Joseph’s enabled me to continue my running career, accomplish my dream of becoming a teacher, make lifelong friends and still have money to fund my graduate school after graduating.”

Joseph King ’99

Joe King ’99 was a four-year starter at first base with the baseball team, was a double All-Conference honoree in 1996 and 1997, an NCAA Division III New York State All-Star and led the Golden Eagles to an ECAC Championship in 1997. The MVP of the ’97 ECAC Tournament, King was also a two-time Golden Eagle Award winner and shares the program record for most hits in a single season (61).  King owns Pottery King, Inc., a wholesale distributor of pottery and glass vases with an outlet store in New York City.

“I feel honored and excited to be a part of the Gold Eagles Hall of Fame,” said King, 42. “Baseball is a game that I have always been passionate about, and I have lasting memories of my four years at St. Joe’s.

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