Conor James Walsh is a graduate from the Class of 1998. He played 4 varsity sports during his high school career - soccer, alpine skiing, baseball, and track & field. On the soccer field, he was the captain and a 2-time LCAA All-Star who scored 20 goals in 1997 which was a school record at that time. He was a leading member of our 1998 track & field team that finished 2nd in sectionals. In this season, he finished 2nd in sectionals in 2 events, 3rd in another, and qualified for the Meet of Champions. As our leadoff hitter, his speed and defensive prowess in center field also led him to be named a Livingston County All-Star in baseball. His most impressive accolades came on the ski slopes. This inductee is the only male student in school history to compete in alpine skiing. He did so as a team of one with Dansville. He was very impressive right from the start as he qualified for the New York state skiing finals as only an 8th grader in 1995. He was a 2-time Section V Class B alpine skiing champion in 1996 and again in 1998 in both the giant slalom and slalom and was the overall Section V champion in both of those years. He also qualified for and participated in the New York state skiing finals all 4 years of competition and finished 4th in the state in 1998. After high school he went on to Alfred University where he was a leading member of the men’s alpine ski team for 4 years, serving as a team captain for 3 years. During that time, he helped lead the Alfred ski team to a combined 40-0 record in Empire Conference races, 4 conference titles, and to the USCSA National Championships his final three seasons. He also won the individual Empire Conference crown three times. His talents at Alfred led him to be inducted into the Alfred University Athletic Hall of Fame in 2013.