RMU Athletic Hall of Fame - Class of 2001
Men's Soccer (1990-93)
Fabiano, a native of Kenosha, Wis., ranks third in the Colonial men’s soccer record book for career goals (39) and points (95). As a senior in 1993 he was named the Northeast Conference Player of the Year when he led RMU to its first NCAA Tournament appearance by scoring a conference-best 19 goals and 43 points. Both those totals currently rank second in the RMU single-season record books. Fabiano led Robert Morris in scoring in both 1992 and 1993 and was named to the All-NEC second team in 1991 and first team in 1992.
Originally hailing from Midlothian, Va., Tuxford compiled career totals of 161 service aces, 269 solo blocks and 191 block assists as a four-year starter on the Colonial volleyball team. She ranks first in career service aces and solo blocks and fourth in career block assists while also compiling 870 career kills, a total that ranks 10th all-time at Robert Morris. Tuxford helped guide RMU to Northeast Conference Tournament championships in both 1992 and 1993, being named the NEC Co-Player of the Year in 1993 after leading the team with 244 kills and 237 assists. Tuxford was also named the NEC Tournament MVP in 1993 after compiling 47 kills, 35 digs and 13 blocks over four matches. Also a member of the All-NEC Tournament team in 1992, Tuxford was a recipient of the ECAC Merit Medal Award in 1996.