Navarro College is excited to announce the organization of the Bulldog Hall of Fame, honoring its former student-athletes, coaches, teams and supporters who have enriched the legacy of the institution through intercollegiate athletics. This takes a major step in celebrating and recognizing those who have exhibited exceptional ability and performance in their selected field of athletics and have represented Navarro College in an exemplary manner.
“We have a rich history with our Bulldog athletic programs, and this is a great opportunity for us to honor those individuals who have helped to build our tradition,” said Michael Landers, Athletic Director.
To be considered for induction, a nominee’s eligibility will be based upon participation for at least one year as an intercollegiate athlete, five years as a coach, or 10 years as an active supporter of NC athletics. Candidates will be screened on athletic accomplishments at Navarro and beyond, service to NC and its athletics program, professional achievements, personal integrity and service to the community.
The Bulldog Hall of Fame Selection committee will include members of the Athletic Department, other members from Navarro College and community members.
At a press conference on Friday, July 12, 2019, Navarro College announced names for the inaugural class of the Bulldog Hall of Fame. The newly established Bulldog Hall of Fame will honor its former student-athletes, coaches, teams and supporters who have enriched the legacy of the institution through intercollegiate athletics.
|2019||Monica Aldama | Cheer|
|2019||Brian Cole | Baseball|
|2019||Randall "Whoa" Dill | Baseball|
|2019||Brenda Duncan | Community Support|
|2019||Arthur "Skip" Johnson | Baseball|
|2019||Bob McElroy | Football|
|2019||Roark Montgomery | Golf, Athletic Director|
|2019||Lewis Orr | Basketball|
|2019||Herchel Stephens | Tennis|
|2019||James David Stubbs | Golf|
The Navarro College Athletics Department will host the Bulldog Hall of Fame Induction Luncheon on Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 12:00 p.m. at the Cook Education Center. You may purchase tickets online for $15 each.