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The 18th Annual Induction Award Ceremony is September 17, 2014



Please See Photos of the 17th Annual Induction Awards Dinner under the "Photos" tab









Blackhawks Stanley Cup Winning Coach
Joel Quenneville
will join NCAA Champ
Coach Rick Pitino
for Induction into
Hall of Fame Class of 2013
along with
1963 NCAA Champion Loyola Ramblers



Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame
with
The Standing Tall Charitable Foundation
Presents
THE CLASS OF 2013



The 1963 LOYOLA RAMBLERS TEAM
On their 50th Anniversary of
Final Four National Championships
By Captain Jack Egan

And

JOHNNY LATTNER
George Connor Lifetime
Achievement Award
Fenwick High School
Notre Dame All American
Heisman Trophy Winner
BOB FOSTER (41 years)
Humanitarian Award
Leo High School
56 Prep Bowl Champions
Standalone
as Leader of Men
CHET COPPOCK
Jack Brickhouse
Media Award
Legendary Sports Talk Host
Banquet Speaker
Power Voice
Unique Broadcasting Career
RICK PITINO
Ray Meyer College Coach
of the Year Award
University of Louisville
MARK AGUIRRE
Westinghouse High School
DePaul University
College Player
of the Year
Three Time All Star NBA Player
DON BEEBE
Maple Park High School
Coach Aurora Christian
Veteran NFL Player
One of the Fastest NFL Players
PETE BERCICH
Providence Catholic
High School
Notre Dame University
Four Year Letterman All American
Minnesota Vikings
NFL Linebacker
KEVIN BRACKEN
St. Laurence High School
Illinois State University
Fives Times U.S. National
and Olympic Team
Greco-Roman Wrestling
COACH AL CARIUS
North Central College
41 of 48 NCAA
Conference Champions
Coach of Century - Hall of Famer
TOMMY JOHN MLB
Chicago White Sox
208 Career Victories
7th Highest Total Left Handers

JIM JOHNSON
Player/Coach
All State
Proviso East High School
Philadelphia Eagles D. Coach
(Posthumous)

JOEL QUENNEVILLE
Chicago Blackhawks
EDDIE OLCZYK
Brother Rice High School
Veteran Player Coach NHL
Chicago Blackhawks
FRANK QUILICI
St. Mel High School
Western Michigan University
Player, Coach, Manager
Minnesota Twins
All American
ANTOINE WALKER
Mount Carmel High School
Kentucky All American
Boston Celtics Star Player
RENALDO WYNN
DeLaSalle
High School Star
University of Notre Dame
Honorable Mention All American
NFL Saints, Giants,
Redskins and Jaguars

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