Cal State Northridge Hall of Fame Seeks New Inductees in 2014
Northridge, Calif. – The CSUN Athletic
Department is seeking nominations for deserving former Matador
student-athletes, teams, coaches and administrators for induction
into the Matador Hall of Fame Class of 2014.
The newest members of the 2014 Matador Hall of Fame will be honored at a banquet in February (2014) at the Warner Center Marriott Hotel.
Many outstanding student-athletes have worn the Matador colors of Red, White and Black since CSUN opened its doors in 1958. An elite group of 112 student-athletes, former administrators, coaches and two teams representing 18 sports have been inducted into the Matador Athletic Hall of Fame.
The first CSUN Hall of Fame class was inducted in 1981 that included Dick Enberg (former assistant baseball coach and now distinguished national broadcaster), former Matador and Angels baseball star Lyman Bostock, and former CSUN track and field champion and Olympian Julie Brown.
“CSUN has a rich tradition in athletics, and we would like to continue honoring past student-athletes and teams who distinguished themselves while competing for CSUN,” said Athletic Director Dr. Brandon Martin.
Any interested person may nominate a candidate by submitting an approved nomination form to The Matador Athletics Hall of Fame Committee. All nominations, in written form, must be submitted to the Committee by September 1, 2013, for consideration for induction in February, 2014. To obtain a nomination form, click on the attached pdf link (nomination form in pdf format) listed at the top of this press release.
The Class of 2014 Inductees will be announced on October 1, 2013.
Please return the forms to
The Matador Hall of Fame Nomination Committee
C/O Tom Ford (Associate Athletics Director, External Relations)
Cal State Northridge – Department of Intercollegiate Athletics
18111 Nordhoff St.
Northridge, Calif. 91330-8276
(818) 677-4837; (818) 677-4762 – fax
“We highly encourage all CSUN fans to actively nominate their favorite Matador student-athlete, team, coach or administrator who have brought pride and honor to CSUN Athletics,” said Dr. Martin.
Former Matador student-athletes who achieved outstanding success during their athletic careers or have achieved professional achievement, former CSUN teams, and coaches and administrators who distinguished themselves are eligible for consideration into the Matador Hall of Fame. A specific list of qualifications is outlined on the nomination form.
Members of the Hall of Fame selection committee include Dr. Brandon Martin (CSUN Director of Intercollegiate Athletics), Janet Pinneau (Associate Athletic Director, SWA), Bob Vazquez (Assistant Athletics Director, Media Relations), Jim Bracken (Head Coach, Men’s Golf), Gray Mounger (Assistant Vice-President, Alumni Relations), Mark Cooley (former Matador basketball player, longtime Matador supporter, Hall of Fame member), Dennis DeYoung (alumnus), Jim Gorman (longtime athletics supporter) and William Watkins (Vice-President for Student Affairs).