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The Blessed Trinity Athletic Hall of Fame recognizes athletes who have brought recognition, honor, and distinction to Blessed Trinity Catholic High School through outstanding contributions to the athletic program. The Hall of Fame also honors coaches and athletic directors who have shown many years of dedication to the young men and women in their charge.

2023 Hall of Fame Inductees

Greg Johnson '05

Greg Johnson graduated from Blessed Trinity Catholic High School in 2005.  He was a four-year letterman in cross country and a two-year letterman in track and field. Greg was a member of the 2003 State Championship cross country team and finished 8th overall as an individual that year. During Greg’s senior year, he was elected captain of the team and helped lead the boys cross country team to a third place finish in the state. Greg held several school records during his time at Blessed Trinity and has been on the coaching side to see many of his runners break his own records.  

After graduating from Blessed Trinity, Greg went on to run cross country and track and field at The Georgia Institute of Technology. He worked his way up to being their top runner and finished as the top performer during his senior year. He graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in Industrial Engineering.  

Greg joined the Blessed Trinity faculty in 2012 after graduating from college. He is currently teaching Mathematics and coaching the cross country and track and field teams. He and his wife, Ilaria, live in Woodstock with their son, Fred.

Caitlin (Ivie) Webster '11

Caitlin (Ivie) Webster graduated from Blessed Trinity Catholic High School in 2011. She was a four year letter winner in girls lacrosse, sideline cheerleading, and competition cheerleading. Caitlin was the captain of the lacrosse team her senior year and also captained both the sideline and competitive cheerleading squads her junior and senior years. Caitlin was the three-time recipient of the Saint Sebastian Award, an honor voted on by her teammates and was a vital member of the first-ever girls lacrosse team to reach the state playoffs. Caitlin was named US Lacrosse All-Academic in 2011 and was also named to the NCA High School All-American Cheerleading Team in 2008, 2009, and 2010.  

After graduating from high school, Caitlin went on to continue cheering at Texas Christian University where she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Nursing. She then attended Auburn University where she received a Master’s Degree in Nursing Education.  

Caitlin and her husband, William, currently reside in Georgia with their newborn son, William David.  After working for Children’s Healthcare for seven years, she has returned to school at Emory University to obtain her PhD in Nursing.

Kourtney (Keegan) Kuhlman '13

Kourtney (Keegan) Kuhlman graduated from Blessed Trinity Catholic High School in 2013. She was a four-time letter winner for the Titans in girls tennis. While at BT, Kourtney compiled a 70-0 record which led to four consecutive State Championships. During her outstanding high school career, Kourtney was named North Fulton Chamber of Commerce Athlete of the Month and won the Saint Sebastian Award in 2011 and 2012. She was also awarded the Jessica Turner Scholarship in 2012.  

Following her high school career, Kourtney signed a scholarship to play tennis at the University of Florida. During her college career, she was named the 2014 ITA Southeast Region Rookie of the Year, earned 2015-2017 SEC Academic Honor Roll accolades, and won the 2015 and 2016 ITA/Arthur Ashe Junior Sportsmanship and Leadership Award for the Southeast Region. She won the 2016 NCAA Division 1 Doubles Championship and was a participant in the US Open Women’s Doubles division. In 2017, Kourtney was named to the SEC All-Tournament team and won a National Championship with the University of Florida. She was named All-American in Doubles in 2015, 2016, and 2017.  

Kourtney graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Management in 2017 and went on to complete her Master’s Degree in the same field. She and her husband, Justin, reside in Jacksonville, Florida with their two children, John Joseph and Dominic.


Former Athlete

Must be an alumnus of Blessed Trinity who graduated in good standing a minimum of 10 years prior to nomination.
(Posthumous nominations may be made at any time)

Guidelines for selection:

  • Contributions to Blessed Trinity athletic program
  • School, state or national record(s) holder
  • Honors and awards
  • Athletic accomplishments after graduation
  • Community involvement

Former Coach / Athletic Director

Nominees are considered 10 years after their retirement/resignation from Blessed Trinity. Nominees must have coached at the varsity level or served as athletic director or assistant athletic director at Blessed Trinity for a minimum of 10 years.
(Posthumous nominations may be made at any time)

Guidelines for selection:

  • Contributions to Blessed Trinity athletic program
  • Success of teams in region and state competition
  • Honors and awards
  • Length of affiliation with the athletic program
  • Community involvement



Please direct any questions to Ricky Turner or Jan O'Donnell.

Hall of Fame Class of 2023