2022 MCSHF Inductees Announced!

The Montgomery County Sports Hall of Fame is proud to announce the class of 2022!  This year’s inductees are:

  • Lacrosse coach and rugby player Rob Bordley (Landon)
  • Track and field star Sally Glynn Hauser (Walter Johnson)
  • Terps and NBA star Steve Francis (Blair)
  • Baseball player and coach Sonny Jackson (Blair)
  • Sports writer and ESPN reporter Tim Kurkjian (Walter Johnson)
  • Baseball star Clarence “Pint” Isreal (Rockville) – posthumous

More information on this years inductees can be found in the news release here.  The induction ceremony will be held on December 4, 2022 at 7pm at the Silver Spring Civic Building.  Stay tuned to our social media accounts for more details!

Thank you, again, for all of the amazing nominations!

MCSHF Seeks New Board Members

The MCSHF is currently seeking new board members to help us achieve our goals.  If this may be of interest to you or someone you know, please click here learn more.

2021 Induction Ceremony

The 2021 Montgomery County Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony is here!  The event can be viewed below or on our YouTube page at https://youtu.be/TsNU_9GeM40.  Congratulations to this year’s inductees!

More information on the inductees can be found here

Meet the Class of 2020

The 2020 Montgomery County Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

Congratulations to all of the 2020 inductees!  More information on the 2020 Class of the Montgomery County Sports Hall of Fame can be found here.  And, thank you to all of those that participated in our online auction!

Black Lives Matter

A Message from the Montgomery County Sports Hall of Fame:

Our country continues to face its long history of racism, injustice and inequality. Our African-American community faces this every day. We must all work together to create meaningful change in our society. We can no longer ignore or be silent with the inequities that exist. We must speak up and speak out.

The Montgomery County Sports Hall of Fame (MCSHF) mission is to honor and recognize significant achievement in sports in Montgomery County and to build a better community through sports. We respect and value the dignity of individuals of color. We are committed to inclusion and equality. Every person, regardless of color, gender, or creed, should have equal access to opportunities in our society. As an organization, we have a responsibility to speak up when we see actions that do not support our values.

Click here to read about the Montgomery County Sports Hall of Fame’s first class!

Thank you for your interest in the MCSHF. Our first induction was held Sept. 13 as Katie Ledecky, Dominique Dawes, Shawn Springs, Bob Milloy, Bruce Murray and posthumously Walter Johnson were inducted as the inaugural class.


Building a Better Community Through Sports.  Our vision is to inspire all athletes to redefine the meaning of success.


The Montgomery County Sports Hall of Fame (MCSHF) honors and recognizes, by public acknowledgment and commemoration, those individuals, teams, coaches, managers, organizations, and supporters who merit recognition and distinction for their outstanding contributions through inspiring achievements and leadership in sports and athletic endeavors in Montgomery County, Maryland and beyond.  MCSHF endeavors to build and make available and support sports and programs in our county and to cultivate pride in the achievements of local awardees throughout our community.

The Purpose of MCSHF is to preserve the memory and achievements of its inductees and serve the community by supporting programs and activities sponsored by the Hall of Fame through its fundraising efforts to foster principles of good sportsmanship, tolerance, and leadership.

Montgomery County Sports Hall of Fame recognizes, appreciates, respects, and values differences and the unique contributions of others’ talents, backgrounds, customs, and worldviews. On these grounds, MCSHF is committed to programs and policies that promote and ensure fair and equitable opportunities, benefits and resources for all persons associated with MCSHF. In accordance with the generally accepted policies of affirmative action and equal opportunity, MCSHF will not discriminate based on sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, ancestry or national origin in the conduct of its programs and will promote an inclusive environment for all participants and fans.

Montgomery County Sports Hall of Fame is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 2018.