Wesleyan’s 2019 Circle of Honor inductees — Chris Duvall, Katie Frerking, Holli Wilkins and Bob Worthington — were feted during last Friday’s basketball home game.
The small, private school in Peachtree Corners created the Circle of Honor in 2007 to show appreciation to members of the Wolves’ community who have made significant contributions to Wesleyan athletics and continued to achieve after graduation.
Alumni aren’t eligible until at least five years after graduation.
Duvall (2010) was a member of the cross country and soccer teams. He went on to play soccer for Wake Forest before being drafted in the first round by the New York Red Bulls of Major League Soccer. Since then, Duvall has played for several teams in the MLS and is now with the Houston Dynamo.
Frerking (2013) was a member of the softball, girls’ basketball, and track and field teams. After winning numerous state championships, Frerking played basketball at Auburn and then professionally in Sweden. She is now coaching basketball at the University of Missouri.
Wilkins (2012) was also a member of the softball, girls’ basketball, and track and field teams at Wesleyan. After her high school career, Wilkins played basketball for Furman University where she earned honors as a consensus first team All-Southern Conference player. She now coaches basketball for Holy Innocents’ in Atlanta.
Worthington is the first community coach to join the Athletic Circle of Honor. From 2000-13, Worthington headed the middle school baseball program. Worthington’s positive impact was greatly felt by the more than 150 players who went through the program during his tenure.