March 28, 2017On this day in 1995, Hall of Fame forward Dominique Wilkins scored his 25, 207th career point and became the NBA's 8th-leading scorer of all time. Playing for the Boston Celtics, Wilkins registered nineteen points in a 126-115 victory over the Miami Heat, surpassing...more
Tuesday, March 28th to Saturday, April 1st guests will receive a discount on admission to the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame in honor of Macon's International Cherry Blossom Festival! Admission will be $3.50...
Join us for our final FREE movie in our series sponsored by The Children's Hospital at Navicent Health! Bring the kids to see recent hit movie, SING on Friday, March 31!Admission to the museum is free all day; popcorn and drinks will be...more
Georgia Sports Hall of Fame Alumni John Schuerholz was voted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday, December 4th. Schuerholz, who is known for managing the Atlanta Braves during their most successful run in Braves history, was inducted into the Georgia Sports Hall of...more
The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame would like to express our condolences to the family of 1984 inductee Bill Stanfill. Stanfill passed away in Albany, GA on Thursday, November 10 at age 69. He was an All-American football player at the University of Georgia and went...more
The Honors Court will meet at the Hall on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at 10:30 AM. At this meeting, the Induction Class of 2017 will be chosen. In addition to those selections, one nominee from the Senior category will also be chosen for enshrinement.
The 61st Georgia Sports Hall of...
Consulting Committee Cuts Field of Eligible Nominees to 35
The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame took the first step toward choosing the induction class of 2017. The GSHF Consulting Committee met at the museum on Tuesday, August 16th and reduced the over 130 nominees eligible for induction next year to 35 finalists.
MACON, GA - Emily Parker Myers, Chair of the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame Authority announced today the appointment of Derek Waugh as President and CEO of the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame (GSHF). At the announcement, Macon-Bibb Mayor Robert Reichert welcomed Waugh and...more