2017 Inductees

Chase Oliver graduated from Blessed Trinity in 2004 During his senior year he led the boys Cross Country team to its first ever state championship, which was also the first boys state championship in any sport in BT school history. Chase was named All-State his junior and senior years in Cross Country. During his high school career, he lettered in four Varsity sports. Chase walked on at Auburn University for the Cross Country and Track teams. He earned eight letters from Auburn University in Cross Country, Indoor Track and Field, and Outdoor Track and Field. Chase was named to the Academic All SEC team his junior and senior years. He was also named second team All SEC his senior year for the 10,000 meter category in outdoor track. Chase graduated from Auburn University with honors. Chase currently lives in Atlanta and works for Turner Sports as a Senior Graphic Designer.

Eric Maust graduated from Blessed Trinity in 2006. During his senior year, he led BT as quarterback to its first ever region championship in football. He also led Blessed Trinity to its first state championship in baseball his senior year. Eric was named All Region and All State in both football and baseball during the 2005-2006 school year and was the AAA State Baseball Player of the Year. He was also a four year member of the basketball team and helped lead the team to their first ever playoff appearance his sophomore year. Eric earned a scholarship to play baseball at the University of Notre Dame and elected to walk on as a punter on the football team. He was a 4 year starter in baseball and was the starting punter for 3 years, earning a football scholarship his junior and senior year. Despite success on the field, his proudest accomplishment while at Notre Dame was graduating from the #1 ranked Mendoza College of Business in four years with a degree in Finance and earning Dean’s List recognition his senior year. Eric is currently living in Chamblee, GA and works for JP Morgan Chase Bank as a Business Banker. He is also a volunteer baseball coach for the BT 7th and 8th grade Junior Titans.

Caroline Vaughn graduated from Blessed Trinity in 2006. During her high school career, she won 3 individual State Championships in Track and Field (100 and 300 meter hurdles in 2004 and the 100 meter hurdles in 2005). She was also a State Runner Up five times--in 2003 for the 300 meter hurdles, in 2005 for the 100 and 300 meter hurdles, and in 2006 for the 100 and 300 meter hurdles. Caroline signed a scholarship to run track at Wake Forest University where she majored in Communications. While at Wake Forest, she set three Indoor Track records and three Outdoor Track records which she still holds today. She was also an All-ACC performer in Outdoor Track her Junior year. Caroline was the Captain of the Wake Forest Women’s Track team her senior year and was also an ACC Academic Honor Roll student athlete from 2008-2010. Caroline currently lives in Alpharetta. She is a Nurse Practitioner graduate student at Emory University and will finish in December 2017.