List of Morgan State University Athletic Hall of Fame members

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This List of Morgan State University Athletic Hall of Fame is a list of inductees into the Athletic Hall of Fame at Morgan State University.

History[edit]

Initially established in 1959 by the Morgan State University Athletic Department, all nominations and inductions are now overseen by the Morgan State University Varsity "M" Club.

Selection process[edit]

The Hall of Fame is an association of those athletes who attended Morgan State University, were nominated, and then selected for Hall of Fame recognition. Nominations cannot be considered until at least 10 years have passed since the applicant's graduation or exit from the university. Student-athlete nominees must have been a record holder or an outstanding performer while at the university and in good academic standing.[1]

Induction ceremony[edit]

Finalists are inducted at an Annual Hall of Fame Induction luncheon during the Fall of each academic year.[2] Inductees are honored at half-time ceremonies during the Morgan State University football homecoming game and a commemorative plaque is place in the Hall of Fame.[3]

Facility[edit]

The Morgan State University Athletic Hall of Fame is located in the Talmadge Marse Hill Fieldhouse on the campus of Morgan State University.

Inductees[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Inductee Class Position Ref
Black, Joe [4]

Basketball[edit]

Inductee Class Position Ref
Brown, Ernest [5]
Brown, Thomas [5]
Brown, Alvin
Burke, Allen
Byron, Cyril
Cain, William
Clark, Daniel
Clarke, Wilbur "Ace
Conrad, Thomas
Davis, Chet [6]
Day, Terry [5]
Dennis, Jack [5]
Drake, Carl [5]
Frazier, Nat [3]
Freeman, William [5]
Gaines, Clarence [7]
Garrett, Earnest
Garrison, T. Madison
Gibson, Joseph
Gibson, Charles
Givins, Oscar
Grimsley, Preston
Hackett, Rufus
Henderson, Tillman
Howard, Ely
Irvin, Calvin C.
Jackson, Willie
James, Albert
Jane Spry, Doris
Jones, Willard
Jones, Ed
Jones, William
Lampkin, William
Logan, Bonnie Dayle
Marse Hill, Talmadge
Murdock, Ezra
Payne, William
Robinson Jones, Laura
Ryan, Maceo
Showell Cottman, Georganna
Slade, Kevin Preston
Smith, Henry
Smith, Robert
Sowell, Richard [5]
Spencer, Howard
Sterling, Russell
Taylor, Nathaniel [3]
Turpin, Samuel
Weaver, Warren
Webb, Sr, James [5]
Webster, Marvin [8]
Wheatley, Thomas
Whitted, Carl
Williams, James
Wilson, Howard [5]

Coaches[edit]

Inductee Class Sport Ref
Mack, James Franklin 1956

Football[edit]

Inductee Class Position Ref
Bell, Alfred [5]
Bell, Harold E. [5]
Black, Joseph [5]
Bowie, Embra [5]
Boyd, Gerald Bernard
Brown, Thomas
Brown, Kenneth
Brown, Alvin
Brown, Roosevelt
Buckson, Joseph Edward 1959
Buffaloe, Laurence
Burdnell, John
Butler, Jr., J. Hiram
Byrd, Earl
Byron, Cyril
Cain, William
Campbell, Johnathan [5]
Caraway Jr., Bruce
Chester, Raymond
Clark, Daniel [5]
Coleridge, William
Conrad, Thomas
Cottman, Alphonso
Couch, Flan
Cragway, Roy
Day, Terry
Drake, Carl
E. Lawless, Preston
Elsworth Gordon, William
Fauntleroy, Arthur
Ford, Len
Franks, Elvis
Frazier, John
Freeman, William
Fuqua, John "Frenchy"
Gaines, Clarence
Germany, Willie
Gibbs, James
Gibson, Joseph
Givins, Oscar
Gordon, Frank
Grimsley, Preston
Harris, Elmo
Hasty, Thomas L.
Henderson, Tillman
Hick, Raymond
Hill, Herbert
Holley, Waymon
Howard, Ely
Hurt, Jesse
Hurt, Eddie P. [9]
Irvin, Calvin C.
Jolivet, Arnold M.
Jolivet, Russell Wesley
Jones, Willard S.
Jordan, J. Wilbur
Kelly, Leroy
Lampkin, William
Lanier, Willie
Latta, Gregory
Locust, Irvin
Marse Hill, Talmadge
Mayo, Ronald
Morris, Arnold
Nock, George
Pompey, Carmie
Roberts, Richard
Rooks, George
Rosedom, George
Rozier, Jackson
Ryan, Maceo
Sade, Kevin Preston
Smith, Rubin
Sowell, Richard
Spaulding, George
Sterling, Russell
Sturgis, John
Thomas, Luther Alonzo
Triplet, John
Troupe, Otis
Turpin, Samuel
Turpin, Waters
Turpin, James
Tyler, Maurice
Wade, Bob
Washington, Mark H.
Waverly, Lawrence
Webb, Sr, James
Whaley, Marvin " Stretch"
Wheatley, Thomas
Whitted, Carl
Whittingham, Mitchell 1948
Wilson, Howard
Young Jr., Robert Louis

Lacrosse[edit]

Inductee Class Position Ref
Jackson, Wayne [3]
Silverman, Howard "Chip", Burton

Swimming[edit]

Inductee Class Event Ref
Brown, William H. [5]
Cooper, Cecil [5]
Fagin, Roy Vincent [5]
Holt, Reginald [5]
Montgomery, Lawrence [5]
Williams, Woodrow [5]

Track and Field[edit]

Inductee Class Event Ref
Barksdale, Robert
Bell, Alfred
Belle, Roberta
Berry, Robert
Bethea, John David
Bowie, Embra
Bragg, Arthur
Brown, William
Brown, James Roland
Brown, Kelsey Thurlow
Brown, Hubert
Buffaloe, Laurence
Burdnell, John
Campbell, Johnathan
Paula Clagon [6]
Paulette Clagon [6]
Cole, Walter W. L.
Cottman, Alphonso
Couch, Flan
Culbreath, Josh [10]
Crews, McKinley
D. Johnson, Jefferson
Ellis, Nicholas
Freeman, William
Garrison, T. Madison
Gibbs, James
Gordon, Frank
Harris, Elmo
Harrison, Gerald Oliver
Hurt, Jesse
Hurt, Eddie P.
Jordan, J. Wilbur
Kave, Kenneth
LaBeach, Samuel
McMurray, Robert
Phipps Morgan, Howard
Rhoden, George V.
Ross, Wellington
Rudolph Gross, Harry
Smith, Henry
Smith, Hosea Henry
Spaulding, George
Stansbury, Wardell
Sturgis, John
Thomas, Luther Alonzo
Thompson, Lancelot A.
Triplet, John
Tyler, Robert
Whaley, Marvin " Stretch"
Whitted, Carl

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hall of Fame Eligibility Criteria" (PDF). Morgan State University Varsity “M” Club. Retrieved 2008-07-22. 
  2. ^ "Varsity "M" Club, Inc. Announces 2006 Athletic Hall of Fame Class". Morgan State University Varsity “M” Club. Retrieved 2008-07-22. 
  3. ^ a b c d Lewis, Albert; Brandon Taylor. ""M" Club Inducts 15 New Members". The Spokesman. Retrieved 2008-07-22. 
  4. ^ Goldstein, Richard (2002-05-18). "Joe Black, Pitching Pioneer for the Dodgers, Dies at 78". The New York Times. Retrieved 2007-10-08. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u "Morgan State Bears Hall of Fame". Morgan State University Sports. Retrieved 2008-04-14. 
  6. ^ a b c "Morgan State To Enshrine Six in Hall of Fame". MSU Sports Information. Retrieved 2008-04-14. 
  7. ^ "Clarence E. Gaines Sr. Biography". Net Industries. Retrieved 2008-04-15. 
  8. ^ "Basketball-Reference.com:Marvin Webster". basketball-reference.com. Retrieved 2008-05-10. 
  9. ^ Wade, Herman L. (2004-06-01). Run From There. United States: Word Association. p. 211. ISBN 978-1-932205-78-7. Retrieved 2008-07-05. 
  10. ^ "USA Outdoor Track & Field Champions". USA Track & Field, Inc. Retrieved 2008-04-14.