PEACHTREE CORNERS, Ga. — Wesleyan School inducted three graduates to the Wesleyan School Athletics Circle of Honor Jan. 10. This year’s inductees are Cort Coxhead, class of 2014; Rhett Delk, class of 2014 and Kelly Hall Stafford, class of 2007.
While at Wesleyan, Coxhead was a member of the soccer, basketball, cross country and swim and dive teams. While Coxhead lettered in cross country and basketball, it was the soccer field where he made the greatest impact. A four-year letterman and named to the all-county team for three years, Coxhead set records while at Wesleyan for assists in a season and assists in a career and is now fourth in Wesleyan history for these records.
After leading the team to the final four in 2014, Coxhead went on to play soccer at Davidson College where he was a four-year letterman and was co-captain of the team. He is now attending medical school at Emory University where he is studying internal medicine.
Rhett Delk lettered on both the Wesleyan football and wrestling teams. In football, he was named to the second team for both all-state and all-region in addition to being named a Gwinnett County Scholar Athlete. Delk holds the school record for longest field goal, a 49-yard game winner.
As a wrestler, Delk was named to the All-County Team in 2013, was the area and sectional champion the same year and went on to become the state champion for 2013. While at Wesleyan, he was a four-time state place winner. Delk attended Washington and Lee University where he played football and wrestled. He is now back in the Atlanta area and is working in commercial real estate for Cresa Atlanta. Delk is also serving as a volunteer community coach in Wesleyan’s wrestling program.
Kelly Hall Stafford earned a stunning fifteen athletic letters during her time at Wesleyan. Hall participated in cheerleading, basketball, track and field, soccer and lacrosse. In basketball, she was named to the all-county team in 2006 and 2007 and the all-region team in 2007.
During her time at Wesleyan, she held the record for charges in a season and in her four years playing varsity basketball, she won three state championships and one state runner-up. Stafford went on to cheer at the University of Georgia. She is currently living in Michigan with her husband and their young children.
The Athletic Circle of Honor was created in 2007 to show appreciation to members of the Wesleyan community who have made significant contributions to Wesleyan athletics.