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UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame Nomination Form
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Please submit your nomination form by mail or email by February 15, 2014:

Please mail forms to:

UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame
Attention: Courteney Bailey
PO Box 24044
Los Angeles, CA 90024

Please email all nomination information included on the form to: Courteney Cosso at

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Since 1950 UCLA continues its tradition into the 21st century as having the most impressive collegiate sports history of any university in the nation. Come see the original Heisman Trophy won by Gary Beban, the Wooden Awards won by Marques Johnson and Ed O'Bannon and the Honda-Broderick Cups won by our stellar female athletes Lisa Fernandez, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Ann Meyers Drysdale, and Natasha Watley.

Watch video highlights, view pictures and read engaging information about every UCLA student-athlete who lettered in a sport from 1919 to the present. Admire the many "Bruin legends" who utilized their UCLA experiences to become professional athletes and Olympians while excelling in the nation's #1 collegiate athletic program.

Champions Made Here
UCLA has steadily moved to the awards forefront of collegiate athletics by winning a record number of NCAA titles and other honors. UCLA made history, becoming the first NCAA member school to win 100 NCAA team titles, when Women's Water Polo triumphed in May 2007.

UCLA is a legend-maker, producing more professional athletes, coaches and Olympians over the past 25 years than any other college. Since 1976, UCLA has held the records for the number of Olympians it has trained and the number of Olympic medals it has won through former and current Bruin student-athletes. As its own country, UCLA would rank 5th in Gold Medals behind the USA, USSR, China and Germany since the 1984 Olympic Games.

Settle into a stadium seat and imagine you are in the Rose Bowl at one of UCLA's many sell-out games. See video highlights capturing great moments in UCLA, UCLA Athletic and Olympic history and learn how our athletes, coaches and fans make UCLA number one.
Soak in UCLA's rich athletic and academic history as you walk past our timeline wall. Read about significant milestones throughout the decades starting with the campus' founding in 1919: the year the "Southern Branch" of the University of California was founded.
Fans of all ages will appreciate this step into Coach Wooden's personal Den, his office and place of work. See where he wrote letters and poetry, autographed thousands of pictures, entertained guests, conducted phone interviews, and watched his favorite Westerns and sports on television. A walk through The Den is sure to be an inspirational experience.
Learn what it takes to be a Bruin Fan! From tailgate parties to painting faces, UCLA's devotees are the enthusiastic force supporting our athletic events. Read about our cheerleaders, spirit squads, marching band and card stunt activities and see what true fans wear to cheer on the students from Westwood.
Discover how UCLA athletes have played such a significant part in the Summer Olympics since 1932. Olympic history comes alive with memorabilia that spans more than seven decades-from medals to an authentic Olympic torch.
Stroll along display cases honoring each of our team sports. Enrich your knowledge of your favorite sports with insightful statistics, photos and memorabilia from the past and present.
Find out why UCLA is the envy of many colleges in this awe-inspiring room. Every NCAA championship trophy, more than any other school in the nation, is proudly displayed. Learn about our teams' road to victories with our interactive video system.
Take part in an interactive display and learn about our most notable individuals: former UCLA coaches, student-athletes and others who rendered extraordinary service or leadership for the athletic program of UCLA. Read about their contributions to UCLA and see video highlights of their careers.

The Hall of Fame is open from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday thru Friday as well as the first Saturday of every month from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. It is closed on all other weekend days and university holidays.

The Hall of Fame, located in the J. D. Morgan Center, is just East of Pauley Pavilion and West of the UCLA Store at Ackerman Union. Enter UCLA from Sunset Blvd. at Westwood Plaza. Drive directly ahead to the Parking Information Booth. Convenient parking is at the south end of LOT 4.

Located adjacent to the Athletic Hall of Fame, the Morgan Center Press Room accommodates up to 135 guests and can be reserved for meetings and private functions both day and night. Two smaller conference rooms located throughout the building are also available for rental. At night and on weekends, exhibits in the Hall of Fame serve as a fun, interactive environment for cocktail receptions, informal gatherings and private parties held in the Press Room. To request further information about renting our facilities, contact the Athletic Facilities office at (310) 206-6662.

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