Athletic Hall of Fame

Established in 1979 as a means of honoring the greatest athletic Jaspers of all time, there are currently over 200 proud members of the Manhattan College Athletic Hall of Fame. Nominations for athletes, coaches, and friends are accepted throughout th year, with the induction ceremony held each November.  The current selection committee chairperson is Dr. Peter Sweeney ’64 and the vice chairperson is Joe Ryan '81. 

See the Athletic Hall of Fame Member Listing

Nominations

Anyone can make a nomination for the Athletic Hall of Fame. The objective is to have a broad representation of qualified candidates. We recommend detailed attention when collecting and presenting biographical information to achieve the desired results in this competitive process. Please provide two legible copies of your nomination packet or make your submission online.

The deadline for submission is Friday, May 22, 2015. Nominations received after this date will not be considered for the 2015 class but will be held for the 2016 ballot. The selection committee will meet on Thursday, June 18, 2015. Sponsors are encouraged to attend and present their candidate's proposal. 

For more information about nominating a candidate, visit the nominations page

2014 Induction Ceremony & Dinner

The 36th Annual Manhattan College Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony was held on Saturday, Nov. 8, and included Mass, cocktails, dinner and the ceremony in the Raymond W. Kelly '63 Student Commons. Those honored with induction at the ceremony included:

  • Gerald Buckley '64 (track & field)
  • Patrick Callahan '99 (baseball)
  • LaCole Fields '00 (track & field)
  • Luis Flores '04 (men's basketball)
  • Thomas Jacob Freeman '04 (track & field)
  • Steve Lappas, coach (men's basketball)
  • Rosalee Mason '04 (women's basketball)
  • Nicholas Silva '04 (men's lacrosse)

Read more about the 2014 Induction Ceremony

View photos from the 2014 Induction Ceremony

Other Information

Constitution of the Manhattan College Athletic Hall of Fame