World Series champion Max Muncy and longtime men’s basketball analyst Pat Nunley highlight the Baylor Athletics Hall of Fame 2023 class that includes eight former student-athletes from six different sports.
Joining Muncy (baseball) and Nunley (men’s basketball) in the latest class to be inducted will be J.D. Walton and Ken Quesenberry (football), Tiffany Townsend and Sandy Forsythe Massey (women’s track and field), Denes Lukacs (men’s tennis) and Stan Curry (men’s track and field).
Also recognized will be former tennis letter winner George Chandler as the latest addition to the “B” Association Wall of Honor.
The 2023 Hall of Fame banquet is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 3, in the Cashion Building Banquet Room on the Baylor University campus. Tickets are $50 per person, with table sponsorships also available at the green ($600) and gold ($800) levels and can be purchased by contacting the “B” Association at 254-710-3045 or by email at email@example.com.
Organized in 1960, the Baylor Athletics Hall of Fame recognizes and honors individuals whose participation and contributions have enriched and strengthened the university’s athletics program. Student-athletes are required to wait 10 years after completing their eligibility before they can be nominated for the Hall of Fame.
Beginning with the inaugural 1960 class that included coach Floyd Crow and baseball’s Ted Lyons, 265 honorees have been elected or already enshrined in the Hall of Fame, while Chandler becomes the 32nd addition to the Wall of Honor. The Hall of Fame and Wall of Honor recipients also will be honored on the field at McLane Stadium during the Baylor-Houston football game on Saturday, Nov. 4.
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