Nick Landrigan of Charlotte, a 2001 Rice Memorial High School graduate, will be inducted into the Cathedral-Rice Athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 7.
Landrigan will join 144 other student-athletes, coaches, and supporters in the Hall of Fame for a ceremony during Homecoming Weekend.
Landrigan, a point guard, played varsity basketball for four years and is Rice’s all-time assist leader. Fellow inductee Mike Cioffi, also in the class of 2001, scored 1,152 points, many of them set up by Landrigan’s passes.
Landrigan was second-team All-State and first-team All-Metro in 2001, and was third-team All-State and first-team All-Metro the year before.
Landrigan and his teammates ended a 15-year championship drought when they beat Burlington High School by 16 points for the 2000 state championship.
After graduation, Landrigan attended Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, where he started as point guard all four years. In his freshman year, he was named Atlantic University Conference Rookie of the Year and was team captain in his junior and senior years. Today, Landrigan is a Chittenden County real estate appraiser.
The Hall of Fame induction ceremony and dinner is Oct. 7 at 6 p.m. at the Burlington Country Club. The weekend events also kick off the school’s centennial year celebrations. For more information or to attend the dinner, visit rmhsvt.org/riceturns100.