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Class of 2024


Meet Your Inductees 

Scott Gregory 

Scott Gregory is a native of Roanoke, Virginia, and was a member of the Atlanta Christian College Men’s Basketball team from 1977-1980 where he earned NCCAA All-American (1979 and 1980), won the Murchison Trophy- the Outstanding Christian Basketball Player of the Nation (1980), the Chargers’ highest scorer from 1977-1980, and coached for the Chargers after graduation. Gregory’s impact on the court was not his main focus as he attended Atlanta Christian College to pursue a degree in Christian ministries. Scott Gregory has ministered for over 40 years in Georgia and is currently working at the Woodland Christian Camp as the Director of Service Operations where he plans to retire this spring.  

Carlton Griffin 

Carlton Griffin is a native of Georgia and was a member of the Atlanta Christian College Men’s Basketball Team and Baseball. In 2000, Griffin was a member of the NCCAA National Championship Team. A 2002 graduate, Griffin resides in Peachtree City, Georgia, and has worked at the Delta Community Credit Union for 15 years. He is also the system administrator of the Consumer Loan Organization System. Carlton Griffin’s excitement to be a part of this class was an ecstatic reaction as he mentioned, “I am truly honored and in awe to be in the Inaugural Hall of Fame Class!”.  

Courtney Lowery 

A native of Greenville, Georgia, Lowery joined the Women’s Golf team in the spring of 2016 as a red-shirt sophomore. It did not take long to impact the course as she won her first tournament start at the SCAD Atlanta Invitational with a two-day, school-record low score of 137 (-5). Lowery carded five total career wins as a Skyhawk and finished inside the top 10 in 17 of 20 tournaments (85%) during her time at Point. She also added inside of the top five in 14 of 20 events (70%). Courtney Lowery has competed in the NAIA National Championship where she finished in sixth and eighth place. In 2017 and 2018, Lowery added accomplishments of a NAIA women’s golf ranking inside the top 10 and was named an All-American in both seasons. Courtney Lowery is a 2018 graduate with a degree in Exercise Science and is now a licensed physical therapist working for Piedmont Columbus Regional with a passion for helping others recover from various illnesses and injuries.  

Angela Mulkey Alfaro 

Angela Mulkey Alfaro played soccer at Atlanta Christian College from 2001 to 2004. Under the coaching of Randy Douglas, she excelled on the field as a striker. In her second year, Angela’s contributions helped the Chargers secure a victory in the NCCAA Division II South. Her performances earned her a spot on the NCCAA Division I All-South First Team all four seasons. Additionally, Mulkey was recognized as an NCCAA Division II All-Tournament player in  2002 and 2003. Throughout her career, Angela scored 80 goals which set a record for the most goals scored. Beyond the statistics, Angela’s Legacy is defined by the love she poured into the game and the lasting friendships she formed. She credits her passion and soccer abilities to the blessings and guidance of God the Almighty. 

David Strickland 

A Valley, Alabama native, Strickland transferred to Point University after one season at Wallace Community College to play football and baseball for the Skyhawks. Following the 2012 season, Strickland finished in the top 15 in punting average and second-ranked freshman punter. Strickland was named to the All-NCCAA team and was named the first All-American in Point University football history. David Strickland’s accomplishments did not stop as he finished as the fourth-ranked punter in the country with an average of 44.3 in 2013. Strickland added awards such as All NCCAA Team, All Independent Conference Team, All American Awards for USA Football, Phil Steele Pre-Season List, number one ranked punter in his junior year, and AFCA All-American. Going into his senior year, Strickland received Pre-Season All-American nods along with being listed on several NFL watch lists. After his senior year, Strickland’s punting average was third in the NAIA, earned AFCA All-American for the second time, All-NCCAA American for the fourth time, College Punter of the Year for the third time, and finished his playing career as the NAIA record holder for best career average of 42.9. David Strickland went on to try out with multiple NFL Teams such as the New York Jets, Jacksonville Jaguars, Carolina Panthers, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, and the Cleveland Browns. Strickland went on to graduate from Point University and went into teaching, coaching, and serving over time as an Athletic Director. Strickland currently teaches at Valley High School, serving as a varsity baseball/football coach.  

Tory Wooley 

A Stone Mountain, Georgia native, Tory Wooley was a four-year letter-winner and three-year captain of the Men’s Basketball Program at Atlanta Christian/Point. During his time at ACC/Point, Wooley earned South Region Freshman of the Year, First Team South Region All-Conference (2X), Conference Tournament MVP, Second Team NCCAA All-American, Regional Champion, and appeared in the National Tournament twice. He finished his playing career with 1,765 career points with a career game-high of 44 Points against Life University which has yet to be broken to this day. Wooley also holds the record for most points in a half with 31 Points against Emmanuel College. Wooley’s memorable buzzer-beater to defeat Bluefield University was one of the exciting memories in Point’s first year as an NAIA program. Tory Wooley was a great contributor to campus life and the community as a student-athlete. He served as a Campus Life Minister (CLM) for three years and was part of the original transition team for the University to move to West Point, Georgia. Upon graduating with an above 3.0 GPA, Wooley received the prestigious Point University Hathcock Award. Wooley currently serves as the Head Women’s Basketball Coach where he has coached for 12 seasons. Tory Wooley has also been named AAC Coach of the Year in the 2022-23 and followed with coaching his team to their first Conference Championship in Program History.