Mt. SAC Hall of Fame

2015 HALL OF FAME BANQUET INFORMATION

Banquet Information

Date and Time:
   
Saturday, February 7th, 2015
     Check-In and Social Hour:  5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
     Dinner and Program:  6:30 pm

Pacific Palms Conference Resort
One Industry Hills Parkway
City of Industry, CA 91744
www.pacificpalmsresort.com

Cost:
$65.00

Purchase Tickets: 

SOLD OUT!!!
The evening is completely sold out!  For additional ticket info, please call 909-274-4630.  

Dress:

Business Casual

Menu:

Porcini Crusted French-Cut Chicken Breast
Accompanied with Garlic Mashed Potatoes and Balsamic Demi Glaze

Pacific Palms House Salad

Chef’s Selection of Seasonal Vegetables

Assorted Rolls with Butter

Chocolate Trio
With chocolate cake, chocolate mousse and a chocolate dipped strawberry.

Freshly Brewed Pacific Palms Private Blend Coffee
Numi Herbal Hot and Iced Tea

VEGETARIAN SELECTION ALSO AVAILABLE
please request vegetarian selection when purchasing tickets

 

Headquarter Hotel

Paciific Palms Conference Resort
One Industry Hills Parkway
City of Industry, CA 91744
www.pacificpalmsresort.com
626-810-4455 or 800-524-4557

Cost:
Please contact hotel and ask for the Special Mt. SAC Rate.  

 

Hall of Fame Golfing

Date and Time: 

Sunday, February 8th, 2015
    Tee Time:  9:00 am    

Industry Hills Golf Course
Paciific Palms Conference Resort
One Industry Hills Parkway
City of Industry, CA 91744
www.pacificpalmsresort.com

Cost:
$60.00 includes cart

Golf RSVP:
Please contact Evans Roderick at 626.222.8058 or by e-mail at:  eroderick@mtsac.edu

 

2015 Hall of Fame Inductees:

  • Allen Brothers (Athletes), Orin, Hardy, Cecil & Duane. Pioneering Track & Football Stars at Mt. SAC.
  • 1964-65 Baseball Team (Team), first Mt. SAC Team to win consecutive State Championships.  50th  Anniversary of this accomplishment .
  • Anthony Calvillo (Athlete), former Mt. SAC Student-Athlete, most prolific passer in  professional football history with over 79,000 total passing yards.
  • Donald Evans Jr.*(Meritorius), former Mt. SAC Track Athlete who is a recipient of the Congressional Medal Of Honor (awarded posthumously on June 6th, 1968).  Army Hospital in Ft. Carson, Colorado named in his honor.
  • Naomi Low-Reale (Athlete), former Mt. SAC women’s soccer player, 1992 state championship team, state MVP, two time conference champs, two-time all conference and team leading goal scorer and conference player of the year.
  • Evans Roderick (Meritorious), over 35 years of service to the college as a coach and academic counselor.  A pioneer of academic support for two-year college student-athletes .
  • LaShawn Youngquist-Simmons (Athlete), state champion track and field sprinter. Held school records in 100M and 200M. 
  • Carsandra Taylor (Meritorious), former Mt. SAC Athletic Trainer with over 35 years of service to the college.
 * Posthumous
For Additional Information

Please call 909.274.4630 or e-mail: athletics@mtsac.edu

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