Joe Drulis '75 Gene Hayman '68 Sandy Mahon-Terry '82
Barb Major Eileen McManimon '68
Diane Olech '77
Brian O'Reilly '85 Ed Stoy '63
About the Athletic Hall of Fame
"Hail to thee, dear Notre Dame......"
The Athletic Hall of Fame exemplifies the rich tradition of Notre Dame athletics each Fall. The celebratory Mass, Awards Dinner and Induction Ceremony honor individual athletes, legendary coaches, special contributors, and outstanding teams who have made us proud through the years while displaying their dedication, spirit, and athletic talents on the courts and fields.
When the doors opened at Notre Dame in 1957, Msgr. William Capik served as the school's first Athletic Moderator and William "Doc" Creamer the school's first Athletic Director. Soon to follow were Vince Ardery, Barb Major, John Simone and Richard Roche to continue to build the strong tradition of excellence with successful programs, which helped shape the lives of our student-athletes.
We welcome you to be a part of this tradition. Take the trip down memory lane with our athletes as we honor those who wore the blue and white.
The Hall of Fame's list of great athletic talents is long and continues to grow. Each celebration promises to be an exciting athletic reunion for past Notre Dame athletes and faculty alike.
".....for the glory of Notre Dame!"
For information on the Athletic Hall of Fame Dinner and Ceremony, contact Kathy Clemency at 609.882.7900 x110.
Eligibility begins the 7th year after the nominee graduates from Notre Dame
Based on the athletic accomplishments that positively impacted the Notre Dame High School Community
Must have earned at least one varsity letter at Notre Dame and excelled in at least one sport
Eligibility begins the 2nd year after retiring from coaching or after 20 years of active service
A minimum of 5 years of coaching service at Notre Dame
Based on the accomplishments that positively impacted the Notre Dame High School Community
SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION/ SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS
Based on the individual's contribution, dedication and support, or improvement to the athletic programs and the environment at Notre Dame
Any Notre Dame graduate who achieved athletic success at a higher level (i.e., college, Olympics, etc.)