2020 Inductees

Alex Hernandez was a 2005 graduate of Blessed Trinity.  She was a four year letter winner in girls basketball and was a member of the Elite Eight team in 2003 and state playoff team in 2004. She was the second 1000 point scorer in school history.  In the girls program today, Alex is still 4th in total points and is the overall leader in career two point field goals.  She is also the leading rebounder in school history.  

Following her high school career, Alex played basketball and volleyball at Agnes Scott College before moving to The University of Georgia where she pursued her degree in Interior Design.  Alex currently works as an Interior Designer and has been behind the scenes on various TV shows. 

Alex and her husband, Carl, are blessed with two daughters:  Brooklyn and Mia. 



Matt Crisafi graduated from Blessed Trinity in 2009.  He was a three year starter on the football team and helped lead the team to their first region championship in 2005.  Matt was a preseason All-State selection for his senior year and was later named to the All-State team.  Matt was voted 1st team All-County both his junior and senior years.  He also had the honor of playing in the GACA All-Star football game.  During his career, Matt had a total of 63 pancake blocks.  Matt also received the St. Sebastian Award his senior year and was elected team captain.  In addition to football, Matt also played baseball.  He was a big part of the team that finished in the Final Four and the Elite Eight his Junior and Senior years.  

After graduating from Blessed Trinity, Matt signed a scholarship to play football at The College of William and Mary.  While at William and Mary, he had 41 consecutive starts on the offensive line.  He was a team captain, received first-team All-CAA honors, and was also named an  All-American.  He earned CAA Academic All-Conference team honors four years in a row.  

Matt currently works for Stephens Inc. Investment Bank. He and his wife, Maggie, have been married since 2017.  They have a son, Joe, who was born last February.


Elizabeth Sims graduated from Blessed Trinity in 2010.  She was a member of the Varsity Girls Tennis team all four years. She was the number one singles player on the tennis team each year and won three state championships (2007,2009, 2010).  Her team also finished state runner up in 2008.  Elizabeth was the St. Sebastian Award winner during her career at BT and was also the recipient of The Sports Champions of Greater Atlanta Award which is still in our trophy case today.  

Following her high school tennis career, Elizabeth attended The University of Richmond on a tennis scholarship.  Her team finished as the Atlantic 10 Champions in both 2011 and 2012.  

Elizabeth currently lives in Washington DC and is a manager at Deloitte Consulting.  





Jordan Callahan graduated from Blessed Trinity in 2008.  He was a member of the Varsity Basketball team and was the MVP during his Junior and Senior seasons.  During his senior year, he earned Honorable Mention All-State, was named to the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association Senior All-Star Team, was a member of the Roswell Beacon first team, was selected to the All-Fulton County second team, and was named the Roswell Neighbor North Fulton County MVP.

After graduating from Blessed Trinity, Jordan played basketball at Tulane University and finished his career as the all-time leader in 3-pointers made.  He scored 1,268 points and dished out 303 assists in 120 games. In his senior season, he made a career-high 81 3-pointers, the most in a single-season at Tulane.  He has played professionally overseas since graduating from Tulane including time in Germany, Russia, Belgium, Greece, Poland, and Bulgaria.  

Jordan resides in Marietta, GA with his daughter, Mia Elanie Callahan, and still plays professional basketball.