Melanie Schorr
Inducted in 2010
Melanie Schorr is among the top student athletes in Suffield High School history.  As a cross country runner, she was the NCCC champion in 2000 and 2001, Class M State Champion in 2000 and the bronze medalist in the New England Championships.  In indoor track, Melanie won multiple NCCC championships as well as State and Open Championships in the 1600, 800, and 1000 meter events.  Her records in outdoor track were also extensive in the NCCC, State Open, and New England Championships.  In 2002, Melanie was a finalist for the Wendy's High School Heisman Award for her excellence in academics and athletics and was the valedictorian of her class.  

She went on to Dartmouth College where she placed in the top ten in Ivy and East Regional Championships in cross country and was selected an NCAA All-American in 2005.  In outdoor track, Melanie placed second in the Penn Relays in the 3000 meters in 2006 and second in the Ivy League Championships. Melanie received the Class of 1936 Award at Dartmouth's graduation honoring her for being the most outstanding woman in her class.