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2024 Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

A worthy contingent of nine athletes, three builders, and six teams will become the newest members of the University of Toronto Sports Hall of Fame, set to be celebrated on Thursday, May 30.

Presented by: Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education
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The Sports Hall of Fame honours U of T's greatest athletes and builders. It was established by the T-Holders' Association in 1987 as part of an ongoing effort to preserve and display the records relating to the outstanding historical tradition of athletic, academic and community leadership fostered by the University of Toronto.

A worthy contingent of nine athletes, three builders, and six teams will become the newest members of the University of Toronto Sports Hall of Fame, set to be celebrated on Thursday, May 30.
 
The event will be held at Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport on the University of Toronto's downtown campus. Tickets are available now. The reception will start at 6:00 p.m., with the ceremony to follow at 7:00 p.m., inside the Kimel Family Field House. 

BUILDERS:
Michèle Bélanger
1979-2020
Basketball
 
Jim Ware
Football
 
The Right Honourable Sir William Mulock
Football
 
ATHLETES:
Rosana Kelly
BA 5T0 University College
Basketball
 
Andrea Papamandjaris
BSc 9T3 Trinity College
Swimming
 
Ron Watson
BPHE 9T4
Swimming
 
Isabel Jarosz
HBSc 0T8 New College, BEd 1T2
Tennis
 
Rory Hunter
BSc 8T2 Trinity College, DDS 8T6
Tennis
 
Don Steele
BA 7T1 Victoria College
Tennis
 
Katie Godfrey
HBSc 0T8 University College
Lacrosse
 
Angela Marrocco
MD 0T3, PGMT 0T6
Lacrosse
 
Vanessa Nobrega
BCOM 0T4, BEd 0T7, MSc 1T0
Basketball
 
Karlene Headley-Cooper
BPHE 0T6, BEd 0T7, MSc 1T0
Softball, Squash
 
TEAMS:
Women's Basketball
2001-02 – OUA Champions
 
Men's Swimming
1991-1992 – CIAU Champions
 
Women's Swimming
1992-1993 – CIAU Champions
 
Men's Tennis
1979-1983 – OUAA Champions
 
Women's Tennis
2004-2007 – OUA Champions
 
Men's Rowing
1920-1924 – Olympic silver medalists


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Contact KPE Alumni Office at alumni.kpe@utoronto.ca

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