Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame for Athletes Celebrates 50 Years!

Throughout its history, Ursinus has celebrated success in intercollegiate athletics and the contributions of our student-athletes. True to the spirit of a liberal arts education, we honor athletic accomplishments and the qualities of character—work ethic, leadership, and humility—that continue to be the foundation of our alumni’s success.

Nominations are currently being accepted and will close on July 30.

Submit a nomination for the Hall of Fame 2024 induction class!

Save the date and join us for the annual Hall of Fame for Athletes Ceremony! 

Event details are as follows:

Date: Sunday, December 8
Time: 10 a.m.-Noon
Location: Rivercrest Golf Club and Preserve

2023 Hall of Fame Inductees!

 

2022 Hall of Fame Inductees!

 

Previous Hall of Fame Inductees

 

2021 Hall of Fame Inductees!

 

Blanche B. Shultz Award, established in 2004: This award recognizes an individual who has exhibited passionate support and remarkable dedication to the advancement of athletics at Ursinus. This special category has been created to honor a nominee who has made an outstanding contribution to Ursinus College athletics.

Adele P. Boyd Award, established in 2019: This award recognizes a former student-athlete or coach who was an exemplary team member, focusing on the betterment of the program above all else. This individual may be described as the “heart and soul” of their team—someone whose impact may not necessarily be reflected in accolades, but rather through the leadership, enthusiasm, and altruism they brought to Ursinus College athletics.

Make a gift to the Bears Athletics Club online!
On the field, in the classroom, and around the community, a quest for excellence goes hand-in-hand with being a Bear. But this doesn’t happen on its own. Your generosity can provide the resources, equipment, and services necessary for our Bears to succeed.

Relive your days as a UC Bear!

Participate in an upcoming Ursinus alumni sporting event! View our list of opportunities.