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 Hall of Fame


St. Laurence recently added two baseball players to the Hall of Fame.  Rob Domino '88 and Billy Miller '2010 

Rob Domino was born and raised in Bridgeview, IL, and he attended Lisle Elementary and Wilkins Jr High School. Rob attended St. Laurence 1984 -1988, playing Baseball and Football all 4 years and Basketball 3 years. Highlights include: Baseball team Catholic League Champions 1988, Baseball team State Finalists 1987, Football team State Semifinalists 1986, Catholic League Champions 1988. Rob played Division 1 at Memphis University on an athletic scholarship. He was team Captain 1991-93, selected All Conference, and all tournament teams 1993. Rob graduated from the University of Memphis with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Communications, 2003. Rob was signed to a free-agent professional baseball contract with the Cincinnati Reds organization in ’93. In his 1993-95 career his highlights include in 1994 he finished with a .329 season batting average, caught 13 shut out games and 1 perfect game. The 1994 team was the Pioneer League Rookie High A champions. His roommate was Aaron Boone, who is currently MLB’s New York Yankees manager.

Billy Miller is a 2008 graduate of St. Laurence, and a 2012 graduate of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (Terre Haute, Ind.). Billy currently works as a mechanical design engineer at Molex LLC (Lisle, Ill.), where he was awarded the CEO High Performance Award for design work on a project team in 2017.

While at St. Laurence, Billy was a four-year varsity letter winner in soccer, and two-year varsity letter winner in baseball and football. Across all levels, Billy was involved in four Chicago Catholic League conference championship teams and one regional championship team. During his soccer career, he was named team MVP, all-conference, all-sectional, and Chicago Fire all-academic all-state. He was also named most valuable pitcher and honorable mention all-conference as a senior in baseball. Academically, he earned A Honor Roll status every semester, and was the valedictorian of his graduating class.

During his time at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Billy received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering. He also earned two varsity letters as a utility infielder in baseball, along with a regular-season conference championship as a senior.

Congratulations to these outstanding Vikings!

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