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Hall of Fame

CCS Hall of Fame

2015 CCS Athletic Hall of Fame Luncheon
Saturday, March June6, 2014 at 1:00 pm
Spokane Falls Community College Student Union Building
Ticket Information:
Email:; phone: 509-533-3630

The Community Colleges of Spokane’s Athletic Hall of Fame was started in 1982 as a way to honor outstanding teams, athletes, coaches and contributors.

Nomination forms are available in the Athletic Department office and may be completed and submitted at any time. The nominees are entered on a spreadsheet in one of the three categories (team; athlete; coach/contributor) and forwarded to the CCS Hall of Fame selection committee for annual consideration. The selection committee receives input from the entire athletic department staff as it evaluates, screens, and prioritizes each nominee.  The committee then forwards its annual selections to the CCS Athletic Director for final approval.

The CCS Hall of Fame committee is currently chaired by former Athletic Director, Maury Ray, and has seven other members. The Halls of Fame are located in the main hallway of the SFCC Gymnasium and the Mirror Room of the SCC Gymnasium.  Individual pictures highlight the many accomplishments of all Hall of Fame members. Upon induction at an annual banquet, each inductee is presented with their picture and a CCS Hall of Fame watch. Currently 39 teams, 88 athletes, and 32 coach/contributors have been inducted into the CCS Hall of Fame. 


Criteria that will be considered:

  1. The team must have won a NWAACC, NCWSA, AACC or NJCAA conference championship and/or had an outstanding win-loss record.
  2. Members of the team must have had strong academic achievement (i.e. team GPA, team graduation rates either in AA transfers and/or technical programs at our college or at the four-year college level).
  3. Team members achieved several individual awards as a part of the team success.
  4. Team members have made a substantial impact in their community (i.e. achievements, service, or contributions) after leaving the community college system.
  5. A minimum of five (5) years shall normally have elapsed since the team last competed.

Criteria that will be considered:

  1. Outstanding athletic/contributor achievement at CCS as demonstrated by:
    • All-Region and All-NWAACC honors
    • Voted MVP, Team Captain, or other team awards
    • Coach of the Year or similar honor
    • Individual championship in NWAACC tournament
    • Top-five finish in regional or national competition
  2. Have achieved or promoted academic success as demonstrated by GPA, awards, and high academic standards.
  3. Substantial impact on community college athletics at college, state, and northwest level.
  4. Have made a substantial impact in the community (i.e. achievements, service, or contributions) after leaving CCS.
  5. A minimum of five (5) years shall normally have elapsed since the athlete/contributor/coach last competed/served at CCS.