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Seward Set to Form Hall of Fame
08/01/2011
 

 With a storied history of success and countless
deserving candidates and teams, the Seward County Athletic Department
has officially announced that it will open a Saints Hall of Fame with
their inaugural class being inducted in the Spring of 2012. 

                After initial discussion about starting a Hall of Fame
and hammering out all of the many details that go along with it, the
final decision was made this week to officially launch the process of
receiving nominations and getting things ready for the 2012 opening
class.  The first Hall of Fame Banquet will be held on Friday April 20th
in conjunction with the annual Saints Athletic Banquet. 

                To get as many different viewpoints on possible
candidates, Hall of Fame committee members encompass many different
areas of the Liberal and Seward County community.  The committee members
are: Kent Colvin (Saints Booster Club President), Galen McSpadden
(Seward County Athletic Director), Roy Allen (Seward County Sports
Information Director), Dale Reed (Seward County Administrator), Brock
Kappelmann (Liberal Area Media Member), Charles Brownlee (Saints Booster
Club Board Member), Toby Wynn (Seward County Athletic Department
Member), and Jay Hay (At-Large Community Member). 

                Nominations will be taken until October 1st of the
current year, with any nominations received after that date, considered
for the following year.  Nomination forms will be available on the
Seward County Athletics website www.scccsaints.com or in the Athletic
Department office on campus. 

                After receiving all of the nominations for the given
year, candidates will then be voted on by the Hall of Fame committee.
For induction to the Hall of Fame, candidates must receive 66% of the
total number of votes possible.  Candidates failing to receive more than
5% of the vote over a five year period or fails to receive a vote in two
consecutive years will be removed from the nomination list.

                 The following criteria will be used in determining the
strength of the nominee:

                                --- Competed 2 years at Seward County
Community College or turned professional.

                                - Must have been out of school a minimum
of 5 years after completing their eligibility at SCCC/ATS.

                                - Distinguished athletic career as
evident by individual honors, i.e. All-Region, All-American, etc. 

                                - Played at the four-year level or
played professionally.

                                - Career following attendance at SCCC
also to be a consideration, i.e. Olympic competition, professional
career, and                                         public service. 

                                - Academic standards including
undergraduate and post-graduate attainment. 

                The following criteria will be factors in determining
the strength of nomination for a team:

                                - All teams must wait a mandatory 10
years before being considered. 

                                - Extraordinary accomplishments, i.e.
NJCAA Championship or postseason performances, record setting
performances,                  school history.  

                                - National Championship teams are
automatic selections into the Saints Athletic Hall of Fame after the 10
year waiting                                       period. 

                The following criteria will be factors in determining
the strength of nomination for coaches, boosters, administrators, and
others:

                                - Coached a minimum of 5 years at
SCCC/ATS and left in good graces.

                                - Significant contributions towards SCCC
Athletics in service, time, energy, monetary, vision, support, etc. 

                For more information on the Saints Hall of Fame, visit
the Seward County Athletics website at www.scccsaints.com


 

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