Eagle standout Kim Brewer Griger to enter hall of fame

GORHAM, Maine — Former Mount Abraham Union High School and University of Southern Maine track and field standout Kim Brewer Griger has been selected for induction into the Little East Conference Hall of Fame.
Brewer Griger, a 2001 Mount Abe graduate and 2005 USM alum, will be formally inducted on Oct. 14 at the Italian Heritage Center in Portland, Maine.
She is one of 11 in the conference’s 2018 Hall of Fame class. Members are nominated by their alma maters and voted upon by the league’s eight athletic directors.
After being inducted into the 28th class of the USM Hall of Fame in 2013, Brewer Griger is the first Southern Maine track and field athlete to be inducted into the Little East Conference Hall of Fame.
Brewer Griger had an outstanding career as a member of the Husky women’s indoor and outdoor track and field teams, staking claim to 19 Little East Conference individual crowns, winning nine indoor championships and 10 outdoor titles competing in the hurdles, sprints, high jump, long jump and triple jump.
Brewer Griger won three consecutive indoor high jump and long jump championships, and won the 100 hurdles and high jump at three straight outdoor championships. Brewer Griger competed in the heptathlon at three consecutive NCAA Division III outdoor championships, and remained the program record-holder in that event until 2018.
At the conclusion of her collegiate career, Brewer Griger held nine Southern Maine program records and was a member of four record-setting relay teams. She helped the Huskies earn team titles in both indoor and outdoor track and field each of the four years of her participation.
At Mount Abe, Kim Brewer was a multi-sport athlete who won multiple individual state track and field championships. 

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