Mareen Duvall

Mareen was inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame in 2005. His citation is copied below:

Rene Duvall entered Washington College in the fall of 1958 after enjoying great success in basketball and baseball at Annapolis High School.

Fortunately for us, he chose to participate in the same two sports for the next four years, and demonstrated strong leadership skills. During his last two years of basketball, he was the leading scorer and ball handler. He lettered three years and was selected in both his junior and senior years to the Mason Dixon Athletic Conference All-Conference Squad and the All-State Team. Voted Most Valuable Player in both his junior and senior years, Rene was elected captain of the team in his senior year.

He lettered all four years in baseball. One of the top pitchers on the squad, he also played a great deal in the outfield. During his junior year Rene was selected for the Mason-Dixon Conference All-Conference Squad. He was elected co-captain his senior year.

Additional honors include receipt of the Thomas Reeder Spedden Medal, the Eldridge Eliason Award for excellence in both athletics and scholarship, and the Simpers Medal, given to the best all-around athlete. He served as Class President for three years.

Since earning a law degree from the University of Maryland, Rene has practiced law for the past 35 years. He is a member of the Maryland Bar Association, the Anne Arundel Bar Association and the Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys Association.

Washington College considers it an honor and privilege to induct Mareen L. Duvall into the Washington College Athletic Hall of Fame on this seventh day of October, 2005.