The 2016 Oiler Soccer Wall of Fame class will be recognized and memorialized at DeHaven Field on Sep. 25 between the men's and women's games on that date. The ceremony will take place at approximately 2 pm.
The class, which is chosen by a selection committee, will have a plaque placed on the Wall of Fame to permanently honor their accomplishments during their time with the Oilers.
Mandi Baker played for the women's soccer team from 1992-95 and graduated from UF in 1996 with a degree in biology. She jointly holds the school record for hat tricks in a season with four, which was set in 1992. She is fourth on the school's career list for points (105) and goals (42), and sixth with 21 assists. Baker is also tied for second all-time in single-season goals with 27. She was a first team all-Great Lakes Region pick in 1992 and 1995 and was tabbed honorable mention All-American during those years as well.
Zach Grieshop played for the men's soccer team from 1998-2001 and graduated from UF in 2002 with a degree in computer science. He played in 65 career games, making 63 starts, and finished his career with a total of three hat tricks and 49 goals. His 49 goals are the most all-time at Findlay and his 116 career points is also the top mark. The forward established a single-game record with four goals against California (Pa.) on Sep. 20, 1998 while also establishing a new school record for points in a game with eight. He ranks second on the all-time assist list with 18 and was tabbed the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) Freshman of the Year in 1998. Grieshop was also named first team all-conference in 1999, 2000 and 2001. He earned second team all-conference accolades in 1998 and was a second team all-region pick in 2001.
Andy Smith played for the men's soccer team from 1997-2000 and graduated from UF in 2001 with a degree in psychology. He ranks third all-time at Findlay with 72 appearances and he started all 72 games in which he played. He ended his tenure with the program by accumulating seven goals and 11 assists. Smith is also one of only two Oilers to be named first team all-conference three times as he achieved the honor in 1997, 1998 and 1999. He was voted second team all-conference in 2000.
Michelle (Biclawski) Williams played for the women's soccer team from 1993-96 and graduated from UF in 1996 with a degree in environmental and hazardous materials management. She holds single-season school records for most goals (28) and most points (64). She also tops the record book in hat tricks with seven, and ranks second all-time with 72 career goals. Williams is also ranked third all-time in points (146), fourth in assists (22) and fifth in games played (88). She was named all-Great Lakes Region in 1995 and 1996 and was a second team All-American pick in 1995 as well. Williams also earned honorable mention All-American honors in 1996 and was voted a second team All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) during that season as well.