Cleveland State Holds Inaugural Athletic Hall Of Fame Induction

Monday, February 11, 2013
Kneeling, Left to Right: Dr. Steve Williams, Melinda Shell Strickland, Robert Kincaid, and Norma Davis. Middle Row, Left to Right: Mike Benson, Steve Longley, Ted May, Zandra Montgomery Morris, Rhonda Snow, Liz Hannah Jackson, Kim Gentry Smith, Jim Gibson, Mike Fitzgerald, and Dr. Lynn Griffith. Back Row, Left to Right: Tom Maupin, Scott Bell, Mike Moore, Hugh Walker, Data Caldwell, Jim Cigliano, Ralph Buckner, Jr., and Larry Simcox.
Kneeling, Left to Right: Dr. Steve Williams, Melinda Shell Strickland, Robert Kincaid, and Norma Davis. Middle Row, Left to Right: Mike Benson, Steve Longley, Ted May, Zandra Montgomery Morris, Rhonda Snow, Liz Hannah Jackson, Kim Gentry Smith, Jim Gibson, Mike Fitzgerald, and Dr. Lynn Griffith. Back Row, Left to Right: Tom Maupin, Scott Bell, Mike Moore, Hugh Walker, Data Caldwell, Jim Cigliano, Ralph Buckner, Jr., and Larry Simcox.
- photo by Nathan Ball Photography
Cleveland State Community College held its inaugural Athletic Hall of Fame induction on Saturday at the Mountain View Inn. The inaugural class of 25 inductees represented the sports of men’s and women’s basketball, women’s softball, baseball, golf and tennis, coaches, as well as recognize meritorious service to Cleveland State Athletics. 

The class represented Cleveland State Athletics from 1967 through 1984. 


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