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Staten Island Sports Hall of Fame

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Staten Island Sports Hall of Fame
Staten Island Sports Hall of Fame logo Staten Island New York.jpg
Established1995
LocationMount Loretto
CYO/MIV Recreation Center
6450 Hylan Blvd.
Staten Island, New York
United States
Coordinates40°30′38″N 74°13′05″W / 40.51056°N 74.21806°W / 40.51056; -74.21806
TypeNon-profit: sports
ChairpersonTony Santo

The Staten Island Sports Hall of Fame mission is "to recognize those individuals who have made extraordinary contributions to Staten Island sports history, and by virtue of their accomplishments, service, or force of character, have enriched that history for all time.”

The first Staten Island Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony was conducted at the College of Staten Island's Williamson Theatre in 1995 when 11 recipients were honored in recognition of their noteworthy accomplishments.[1]

Inductees

Class of 1995

Class of 1996

Class of 1997

Class of 1998

Class of 1999

  • Dennis Barrett
  • Bob (Sonny) Bosley
  • Mary Outerbridge
  • Jeanine Radice
  • Tom Tierney
  • 1964 Mid-Island Little League All Star Team

Class of 2000

Class of 2001

  • Dan Blaine
  • Warren Fenley
  • Bert Levinson
  • Matty Mcintyre
  • Tom Roche
  • Claude Schoenlank
  • Vernon Turner
  • Msgr. Farrell’s 1974 2-Mile Relay

Class of 2002

  • Darlene Crowe
  • Karl Drews
  • Charlie Marsala
  • Ken Page
  • Ben Sarullo
  • Geraldine Saintilus
  • Jack Taylor

Class of 2003

  • Cliff Brantley
  • John D’Amato
  • Sebastian “Sonny” Grasso
  • Francis “Buddy” O'Grady
  • Shannon Payne
  • Joe Ryan

Class of 2004

  • Jack Donovan
  • Larry Napp
  • Lou Marli
  • 1983 St. Peter’s Boys’ Varsity Basketball Team

Class of 2005

Class of 2006

  • Jimmy Collins
  • Sonny Logan
  • Al Paturzo
  • Jim Signorile
  • John Tobin
  • John Wolyniec[2]

Class of 2007

  • Joe Andruzzi
  • Al Fabbri
  • Matt Galante
  • Johnny Johnson
  • Sonny Ruberto
  • Ray Rudolph

Class of 2008

  • John Franco
  • Sudsy Monchik
  • Kevin O’Connor
  • Fred Ragucci
  • Matty White

Class of 2009

Class of 2010

  • Dom LaBargo
  • Jason Marquis
  • Jack Minogue
  • Mickey Sullivan
  • Tuck Turner
  • Charlie Wonsowicz

Class of 2011

Class of 2012

  • Larry Anderson
  • Dan Boylan Sr
  • Jen Derevjanik
  • Art Hall
  • Kyle McAlarney
  • Dan McDermott
  • Fred Olivieri

Class of 2013

Class of 2014

  • Aileen Aponte
  • Leon Brown
  • Bob Daggett
  • Steve Gregory
  • Frank Hannigan
  • Pete Meurer
  • Glemby (Glen) Mosley
  • Bill Murtha[3]

Class of 2015

  • Bill Cali
  • Vic Esposito
  • Nick Kvasic
  • Frank McConville
  • Eric Olsen[4]

Class of 2016

  • Karin Muller Crowley
  • John Hagemann
  • Gerry Lawless
  • Pete Pullara
  • John Semerad
  • Ed Sorge
  • Leslie Stahl

Class of 2017

  • Mike Gilsenan
  • Ron Isler
  • Kevin Jermyn
  • Brenda Jordan[5]
  • Karl McCoy
  • Gabe Perillo[6]

Class of 2018

  • John Drebinger
  • Cathy Morano
  • Bobby Rodriguez
  • Howie Ruppert
  • Dr. Mark Sherman
  • Staten Island Little League Founders
  • Bob Steele
  • Steven F. Zuntag[7]

Class of 2019

See also

References

  1. ^ Gordon, Cormac (11 December 2016). "Staten Island Sports Hall of Fame members, new and old". Retrieved 14 April 2019.
  2. ^ "Wolyniec to be inducted in S.I. Hall of Fame". MLSSoccer.com. Retrieved 14 April 2019.
  3. ^ Ettore (5 February 2015). "SI Sports Hall of Fame 20th Anniversary Induction Ceremony". Retrieved 14 April 2019.
  4. ^ Gordon, Cormac (30 November 2015). "Doors of Staten Island Sports Hall of Fame open for five more". Retrieved 14 April 2019.
  5. ^ "Brenda Jordan, Class of 1960, will be Inducted into the Staten Island Sports Hall of Fame". St. Joseph Hill Academy. Retrieved 14 April 2019.
  6. ^ "The Staten Island Sports Hall of Fame Gains New Members". NY1 News. Retrieved 14 April 2019.
  7. ^ De Biase Jr, Charlie (30 November 2018). "Staten Island Sports Hall of Fame announces 8 new inductees". Retrieved 14 April 2019.
  8. ^ Di Biase Jr., Charlie (14 January 2020). "Staten Island Sports Hall of Fame: 6 new names to be enshrined this spring". SILive.com. Staten Island Advance. Retrieved 6 December 2020.

External links

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