Honoring


  • Wesley Jenkins ’11
    Men’s Basketball
    Why Wesley?

  • Antonio (Keith) Sellers ’03
    Men’s Basketball
    Why Keith?

  • Thomas Weatherall ’91
    President and CEO at
    Make-A-Wish New Jersey
    Why Mr. Weatherall?
  • The 1969-70 Football Team

    The 1969 Saint Peter’s football team was the first Peacock football team in program history with a winning record, posting an 8-2 overall mark. The squad won the Eastern Championship Bowl of the Touchdown Club of America and finished third in the National Club Football Association’s (NCFA) rankings. In addition to the team’s success, three members of the team earned NCFA All-American First Team honors led by Bob Smith (the only unanimous choice by the NCFA), Les Adler and Ed Powers.

  • The 1996-97 Women’s Soccer Team

    The 1996 Peacocks women’s soccer team posted a program-best, 6-1 MAAC record, winning Saint Peter’s lone MAAC regular season championship. The team won a total of 12 matches, which is tied for the most wins in a single season, and posted a .631 winning percentage, the best winning percentage by a Peacock women’s team in program history.

About The Inductees

(In alphabetical order)

Ryan Bacon ’11: Ryan Bacon was a four-year member of the Peacocks men’s basketball team and he was an integral piece of the 2011 MAAC Championship team. He posted 1,075 points, 819 rebounds (ranks third all-time), 122 assists and 103 steals in 114 games played. Bacon is Saint Peter’s all-time leader in blocked shots, swatting 209 total shots during his career. He was named to the All-MAAC Second Team and MAAC All-Tournament Team in 2011.


David Chesney ’89: David Chesney played baseball for Saint Peter’s for four seasons in the late 1980s. He graduated as the all-time leader in career stolen bases (66), runs scored (95), at-bats (466) and hits (188). Chesney currently ranks third in stolen bases, 11th in runs scored, 13th in hits and 18th in at-bats. In 1988, he went 24 for 25 in stolen bases, which ranks ninth on the single season charts for stolen bases.


Anthony Commandatore ’85: Anthony Commandatore was a student-athlete on the men’s soccer team for four years. He recorded 88 career points on the soccer field leaving as the all-time leader in points. Commandatore scored 33 goals, graduating as the second-best goal scorer in team history and he dished out 22 career assists which ranks second all-time. He helped Saint Peter’s to a 38-23-4 overall record in his four years and an 11-12-1 MAAC record.


Wesley Jenkins ’11: Wesley Jenkins played four seasons for the Saint Peter’s men’s basketball team from 2007-11. During his four years as a Peacock, Jenkins posted 1,557 career points (seventh all-time), 494 rebounds, 146 assists and 172 steals (sixth all-time) in 113 games played. He was named to the All-MAAC Second Team in 2011, he was a two-time member of the All-MAAC Third Teams in 2009 and 2010 and he earned All-MAAC Rookie Team honors in 2008. Additionally, Jenkins was selected to the 2011 MAAC All-Tournament Team after leading the Peacocks to its third MAAC Championship in program history.


Antonio (Keith) Sellers ’03: Antonio (Keith) Sellers was a member of the men’s basketball program for four seasons posting 1,031 points during his career. He also tallied 337 rebounds, 134 assists and 72 steals in 107 games played. Sellers scored 502 points and averaged 18.6 points per game while shooting over 46 percent from the field as a senior in 2001. He was named to the All-MAAC Third Team in 2001 and helped lead the Peacocks into the 1999 MAAC Championship game.


Thomas Weatherall ’91: Thomas Weatherall is this year’s Special Achievement honoree. He is a 1991 graduate of Saint Peter’s, who currently serves as the President and CEO at Make-A-Wish New Jersey (MAWNJ). Since joining MAWNJ, the Chapter has seen record totals in fundraising and wish-granting. Additionally, in 2011, Weatherall and MAWNJ opened the Samuel & Josephine Plumeri Wishing Place, a first-of-its-kind wish-granting facility. Prior to joining MAWNJ, Weatherall spent a decade working in higher education focusing on alumni relations and fundraising at Saint Peter’s, Loyola University New Orleans and Seton Hall University.