2019 Induction Ceremony
Led by Seattle Mariners broadcaster Rick Rizzs, four individuals were inducted into the State of Washington Sports Hall of Fame on August 26th at T-Mobile Park prior to the Yankees-Mariners ballgame. The other inductees included former National Basketball Association referee Bernie Fryer, longtime Gonzaga University basketball coach Dan Fitzgerald, and Megan (Quann) Jendrick, a double gold medalist in swimming in the 2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia.
2018 Induction Ceremony
Kelly Blair LaBounty, a three-sport star at Prosser High School and considered one of the best female athletes in state history and Louise Mazzuca, owner of 35 career no-hitters in fastpitch softball and a member of the National Softball Hall of Fame, will be joined by jockey Albert Johnson, winner of the 1922 and 1926 Kentucky Derby, and Dan Dugdale, considered the “father of professional baseball in Washington State”, as the four newest members of the State of Washington Sports Hall of Fame were inducted on August 20 at Safeco Field prior to the Houston Astros-Seattle Mariners game.
2015 Induction Ceremony
Figure skater Rosalynn Sumners; women’s basketball phenom Joyce Walker; the late P-I sports columnist John Owen and legendary racing shell builder George Pocock, joined former University of Washington standouts Chris Chandler and James Edward, as the six were inducted into the State of Washington Sports HOF at Safeco Field on August 11th, 2015.
2014 Induction Ceremony
Eddie Feigner, Sr, Chip Hanauer, Detlef Schrempf and Alvin Davis inducted at Safeco Field. Video courtesy of the Seattle Mariners and is in Windows Media format.
2013 Induction Ceremony
Bob Walsh & Steve Emtman were inducted into the State Hall of Fame at Safeco Field. Video courtesy of the Seattle Mariners.
2011 Induction Ceremony
John Olerud, Edgar Martinez, and Emmett Watson are honored for their outstanding careers.
2010 Banquet of Champions
The banquet, held at the Tacoma Dome on June 3, 2010, honored Dean Nicholson (basketball coach), Lou Whittaker (mountaineering), and Jim Whittaker (mountaineering). The video is in Windows Media format.