Hall of Fame
Significant Contribution

Hall of Fame

The Livermore Sports Hall of Fame was established in 2009 in celebration of our 60th consecutive year of honoring scholar-athletes. Hall of Fame inductees are extraordinary athletes, coaches, and others who have contributed in a significant way to our community’s sports history. A number of these athletes had collegiate success, went on to the Olympics, or are professionals in their sports. Inductees include World Heavy Weight Boxing Champion Max Baer and one of the greatest baseball pitchers ever, Randy Johnson. Plaques of our inductees are displayed at Buffalo Wild Wings in Livermore.

The three newest members to the Livermore Hall of Fame are: MATT LAYE, LEAH AVILLA, RANDY GRANT.

Deadline to apply is February 1st

Winners are announced at the Olympian Awards Banquet, 3rd Monday in May​​​

Criteria for Hall of Fame Categories

Athlete/Team

Coach/Administrator

Team Award

Community Award