A Mason youth soccer coach is one of two members to be inducted into Northwest High School’s Hall of Fame.
Dawn Havlin Berryman, a 1989 Northwest graduate, will be inducted at the school’s annual Knight of Honor set for Thursday, April 19 at Receptions in Fairfield. Chris Dobrowolski is the other honoree to be inducted.
Former Cincinnati Bengal Tim McGee will be the featured guest speaker.
While at Northwest, Berryman competed in soccer, track and field and cross country. A three-year soccer starter, she was named First Team All-League, First Team All-City and All-State Academic, and graduated holding the school’s record-holder in goals scored.
Berryman was also a four-year letter winner in track and field and during her junior year broke the school’s recvord in the 440-yard dash and the 4x100M, 4x400M and 4x800M relays.
As a senior, Berryman helped the Knights’ cross country team to a league championship, earning Second Team All-League honors.
Berryman attended the University of Cincinnati on a soccer scholarship, where she was a four-year starter for the Bearcats and earned Academic All-American status as a senior. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in marketing and management and went on to complete her MBA at Xavier University.
Berryman currently serves as the team in training campaign director for the Tri-State Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. She is married with two daughters in Mason schools.