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Athletic Hall of Fame Nomination Form

Each candidate must meet the following general requirements for eligibility:

  1. Must have been a former student-athlete in good standing.
  2. Must be a graduate of Villa Madonna College/Thomas More College or a non-graduate whose entrance into professional sports interfered with the completion of a college degree.
  3. Must have had two years of varsity team participation.
  4. Must have made a noteworthy contribution to the athletic program while participating as a student-athlete.
  5. Must be at least five years removed from graduation or the anticipated year of graduation for non-graduating professional athletes.
  6. Must have exemplified the character and integrity of a valued member of the Villa Madonna College/Thomas More College community during their tenure at the College in a manner consistent with the teachings of the College's patrons, The Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Thomas More.
  7. A special category for non-graduates including, but not limited to, coaches, athletic directors, trainers or others closely associated with the College's athletic program for a period of five or more years are also eligible. Criteria for such candidates will be viewed on a case-by-case basis as deemed appropriate by the Selection Committee. Such criteria must be clearly articulated and consistent with criteria #6 above.

Name of nominee and class year (if applicable):

Sport(s) participation at varsity level:

  1. Achievement and/or leadership in sports competition as evidenced by:
    a) Post-season honors, such as All-American, All-Region, etc.; b) Holding position of team captain; c) Athletic performance, including statistics and records held.


  2. Areas outside of sport in which individual had an impact on the College community as evidenced by:
    a) Academic honors; b) Membership in clubs, etc.; c) Demonstrated leadership through offices/responsibilities held.


  3. Post-graduate achievement in sports as evidenced by:
    a) Outstanding amateur/professional performance in a sport; b) Achievement in the coaching and/or training of athletes; c) Achievement in other sports-related areas such as management, journalism, etc.


  4. General contributions to society as evidenced by:
    a) Leadership in community, professional and church affairs; b) Loyalty to alma mater.

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