SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY HALL OF FAME
The Hall of Fame was organized by the Saint Leo Alumni Association and Athletic Department in 1986-87. Committee membership provides a broad representation of the University's alumni and involves the administration, faculty, and athletic department.
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The purpose of the Saint Leo Hall of Fame is to honor former students, coaches, and administrators who excelled in Saint Leo athletics in the Prep School, Junior College or Senior College.
Its purpose is to perpetuate the memory of those persons who have brought distinction, honor, and excellence to Saint Leo athletics and familiarize the entire campus community and alumni with the university's rich athletic history.
Hall of Fame Requirements
An athlete must have earned at least two letters in one sport or one letter in two or more sports and have attended Saint Leo a minimum of two years. The athlete will not be considered until five years after the class in which the nominee entered graduates.
A coach or athletic administrator must have lettered at Saint Leo or served at Saint Leo for at least eight years. The nominee must have departed Saint Leo in good standing, and the record of the nominee must be so outstanding that there is no question as to qualifying for the Hall of Fame.
Candidates must be passed by all members of the selection committee. No more than five nominees may be elected to the Hall of Fame in a single year. There is no limit, however, to the number of times an individual may be considered. In exceptional cases, the above requirements may be waived by a unanimous vote of the committee.
The nominee must be present at the induction ceremonies in order to be inducted. If a person is voted in but unable to attend the ceremonies, that person will be contacted in the years to follow until he or she is able to attend.
Basic Selection Criteria
Achievement in athletic competition as demonstrated by post season honors, team captaincy, record-setting performances, and/or being the outstanding performer on a team(s). General contributions to society as evidenced by leadership in community, professional, and/or church affairs.