The University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame has announced its Class of 2019 inductees for the 51st Annual UMSHoF Induction Banquet this coming spring. The eight-member Class of 2019 is comprised of Cesar Carrillo (baseball), Constantine Popa (men’s basketball), Scott Nicolas, Stephen McGuire, Antrel Rolle and Vince Wilfork (football), Tabia Charles Collins (track & field) and Dr. Jenny Krawec, the first rowing team member ever inducted.
“What an amazing 2019 class we are inducting into the University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame,” said UMSHoF President Tracy Kerdyk. “These outstanding athletes will be showcased at our induction banquet next spring. We invite all Hurricane fans to join us in welcoming this latest class."
This year's class will be formally introduced during an on-field ceremony at the end of the first quarter of the Miami-Duke Homecoming football game on Saturday, November 3rd at Hard Rock Stadium as part of the "Hall of Fame Game" ceremonies.
The 51st Annual UMSHoF Induction Banquet will be held in April 2019. For information, please go to UMSportsHallofFame.com or contact the UMSHoF at 305-284-2775.
The University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization founded in 1966 by eight Dade County Circuit Court judges, all University of Miami alumni. The founders wanted to establish an organization that would recognize those student-athletes, coaches and administrators who excelled at their sport and brought acclaim to the University through their achievements and championships. With the addition of the Class of 2019, only 326 honorees have been inducted into the UM Sports Hall of Fame.