UB Athletic Hall of Fame
The University of Baltimore has a rich and storied athletic history and competed in college division sports from 1928 until 1983. During that time, more than 100 All-Americans, hundreds of all-star participants and dozens of division-winning teams represented the University in competition around the country. In recognizing those accomplishments, achievements and sacrifices, the University established a permanent Athletic Hall of Fame (HOF).
Nominations for admission to the HOF were reviewed and considered by sport-specific subcommittees which were then forwarded to the HOF Executive Committee, requiring a majority vote of the committee for admission.
The Executive Committee was comprised of a representative from each of the six major sports (baseball, basketball, golf, lacrosse, soccer and wrestling) and a representative of the coaches, managers and trainers. The UBAA held three non-voting seats on the Executive Committee.
When the Executive Committee was first formed, the committee was comprised of the following members: Pete Caringi, B.A. '80, Jack Degele, B.S. '69, Philip Lohrey, Hank Majewski, B.S. '61, Ron Mather, B.S. '64, Tom Peace, B.A. '69, and Frank Szymanski, M.S. '77.