Life Trustees have consistently provided an extraordinary level of service and dedication to the Hall of Fame. Being named a “Life Trustee” is the highest honor a Hall of Fame Board member can receive reflecting a long term and passionate commitment to the organization. Val Ackerman. John W. Bunn* Jody Conradt. Robert Cousy. Mike Daly* Wayne Embry
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Basketball Hall of Fame Announces New Board Members Sherman M. Brown, Chairman & CEO, Three Media Group. Frank Colaccino, CEO, The Colvest Group. ... Charles Denson,... James P. Naismith, Grandson of Dr. James Naismith, Inventor of Basketball. David A. Pace, President, Pace Sports. John K. ...
Springfield, Mass. (Aug. 22, 2019) – The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame today announced two new members named to the Board of Trustees – 3-time NBA Champion and 13-time NBA All-Star Dwyane Wade and Scott Rochelle, President and CEO of the National Basketball Retired Players Association. “We are very pleased to be adding Scott Rochelle and Dwyane Wade to our Board of Trustees,” said John L. Doleva, President and CEO of the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Anne Flannery – Founding Director Ann Hansen – At Large Jerry Codispoti – AAU Lynn Holzman – NCAA Theresia Wynns – NFHS Christopher Parker – NJCAA Carol Callan – USA Basketball & FIBA Bethany Donaphin – WNBA Patti Phillips – Women Leaders in College Sports Val Ackerman – At-Large Pam Batalis – At-Large Joan Cronan – At-Large
Board Members: Bill Burney. Bob Brown. Maureen Burchill Cooper. Dan Costigan. Dale Duff. Emily Ellis. Larry Gardner. Matt Mattson.
Chris May, Executive Director. Board of Directors Larry Angle Wayne Barker Steve Brett Bobby Cox Steve Davidson Roger DeYoung Tony Etchison Jim Fisher David Gadis Jimmie Howell Jennifer Jacoby Amy Metheny Alan Nass Jim Powers, Jr. Laura Titus. The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame was established in 1962 and opened their museum in New Castle in 1990.
The Hall of Fame is administered by a Board of Directors, and the Board of Directors has established the following Eligibility Rules: A candidate may be elected only in recognition of outstanding accomplishments in, and/or service to, basketball as either a player or a coach.
The Ripley County Basketball Hall of Fame was formed in 2001 to preserve the great hardwood traditions of the past and present high schools of Ripley County Indiana. Click the "More" button for a list of the current Board of Directors. Take a look. You can find a full listing of all Ripley County Basketball Hall of Fame members on our site!
The Basketball Hall of Fame's Board named four inductees in its first year. In addition to honoring those who contributed to basketball, the Hall of Fame sought to make contributions of its own. In 1979, the Hall of Fame sponsored the Tip-Off Classic, a pre-season college basketball exhibition. This Tip-Off Classic has been the start to the college basketball season ever since, and although it does not always take place in Springfield, Massachusetts, generally it returns every few years.