Cal State East Bay will induct six new members to the Athletics Hall of Fame in 2014.
Nominations open for 2014 CSUEB Athletics Hall of Fame induction
- October 10, 2013 5:00am
Nominations are now being accepted for Cal State East Bay's 15th biannual Athletics Hall of Fame Induction. The 2014 induction ceremony is scheduled for Sunday, May 18, 2014. The deadline for all nominations is November 1, 2013.
Former Pioneer student-athletes who have competed with unusual distinction in one or more intercollegiate sports while attending Cal State East Bay are eligible for consideration once five years has passed since their last date of competition for the sport for which they are being considered.
Coaches, administrators, faculty, staff, or community members who have contributed significantly and with distinction to intercollegiate athletics are also eligible for consideration. These candidates are eligible once they are retired or if their last direct involvement with the athletic program, if any, occurred at least five years prior to their induction for the contributions for which they are being considered.Click here to submit a nomination and for more information on the 2014 Hall of Fame induction.
Following the November 1 deadline for nominations, the Hall of Fame voting committee will select five student-athletes (including one non-graduate) and one coach, administrator, faculty, staff or community member into the 2014 Hall of Fame Class.
Since 1986, the Cal State East Bay Athletics Hall of Fame has inducted 76 student-athletes and 14 coaches, administrators, staff, and trainers.
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