Friday, July 30, 2010

Ferris Makes Important Announcement Regarding Athletics Hall of Fame

Below is an important update for Ferris State University's Bulldog Athletics Hall of Fame. This announcement comes after a summer of transition within Ferris' Athletics Department that includes the retirement of long-time Athletics Director Tom Kirinovic.

Here is a portion of the official press release:
Due to the transition in athletic directors, Ferris State University has announced the annual Bulldog Athletics Hall of Fame banquet and induction ceremony will not take place this fall.

Presently, the university is in the midst of a search for a new Athletics Director following the retirement of former AD Tom Kirinovic at the end of June. Due to time contraints involving the transition and eventual change in leadership, the event will not be held this year, but plans are underway for it to resume in 2011 after a one-year hiatus.

The Bulldog Athletics Hall of Fame, which inducted its Charter Class in 2000, was established to honor those former student-athletes and coaches who have distinguished themselves in their sport or honorary members who made truly exceptional contributions to athletics.

FSU most recently inducted its 10th class of honorees in the fall of 2009 and currently 95 individuals have been enshrined by the selection committee, which is comprised of faculty, staff and community members.
For the full press release, visit:

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