|Sport (s):||Administrator, Coach|
Photo Gallery / Induction Speech
A true pioneer in Wheaton athletics history, Malloy coached the women’s basketball team to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances during his career guiding his squad to a Final Four appearance in 1994 and a Sweet Sixteen showing in 1995. Malloy, who led Wheaton to four New England Women’s 8 Conference (NEW 8) championships in his 13-year career, earned conference Coach of the Year accolades twice, New England Women’s Basketball Association (NEWBA) Coach of the Year honors once and collected 207 wins, the most in program history. In addition to serving in multiple administrative capacities during his time at Wheaton, including associate director of athletics, Malloy also coached the softball team for eight seasons, leading the 1988 team to a NEW 8 championship and the 1984 team to the MAIAW title. He also directed the women’s cross country team for nine years and the men’s cross country team for four.