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Virginia Sports Hall of Fame

249 Central Park Ave Virginia Beach, VA 23462
(757) 800-1555

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Friday 10AM–2PM
Saturday 10AM–5PM
Sunday 1–5PM

Region: Lynnhaven Corridor, Virginia Beach

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The Virginia Sports Hall of Fame was founded in 1966 to honor those individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the cause of sports in Virginia. In addition to celebrating a century of athletic excellence in the Commonwealth, the mission of the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame is to serve as an educational resource for youth; and instill a value system for life centered on leadership, integrity, teamwork, discipline, and character. Designated by the State Legislature in 1996 as the Official Sports Hall of Fame of the Commonwealth, the Hall of Fame has continued to accentuate its mission by hosting special events and programming to help promote athletics in Virginia, provide sports based educational resources to Virginia’s students and teachers, and preserve this state’s sports history.

Thursday September 13th, 2018

Virginia Sports Hall of Fame

Happy birthday wishes go out to City of Chesapeake, Virginia Government native, and 2016 Virginia Sports Hall of Fame inductee, #CharlieStukes. An amazing athlete, Stukes starred in three sports at the old Crestwood High School; football, basketball, and baseball, and was a two sport athlete in college at University of Maryland Eastern Shore. Stukes was drafted by the Baltimore Colts in the 4th round of the 1967 #NFLDraft, and would play 8-seasons in the NFL, intercepting 32 passes, and helping lead the Colts to a Super Bowl V victory over the Dallas Cowboy. ... See MoreSee Less

Happy birthday wishes go out to City of Chesapeake, Virginia Government native, and 2016 Virginia Sports Hall of Fame inductee, #CharlieStukes. An amazing athlete, Stukes starred in three sports at the old Crestwood High School; football, basketball, and baseball, and was a two sport athlete in college at University of Maryland Eastern Shore. Stukes was drafted by the Baltimore Colts in the 4th round of the 1967 #NFLDraft, and would play 8-seasons in the NFL, intercepting 32 passes, and helping lead the Colts to a Super Bowl V victory over the Dallas Cowboy.Image attachment

 

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Happy Birthday Coach Stukes Bells Mill🙏🏿

He is an incredible man!! Happy belated birthday, Charlie!

HB to a great teacher, coach, and school leader whose ethics and professionalism make him THE model for positive/proactive actions in our schools and in our community.

Happy Birthday, Charlie...Joe & Joan

Happy birthday coach thank you for leading the way and being a positive example for us all!

What an amazing man! Happy Birthday, Charlie!

Happy Blessed Birthday

On to the next one Mister Charlie ....

Happy Birthday

It’s amazing how life comes around full circle. Your dad and my mother Gloria James Creekmore were classmates at Crestwood. She was head majorette while there and has shared how he was an amazing athlete.

He said thank you everyone!

Happy birthday Mr stuke

One terrific gentleman

Happy birthday coach stukes my favorite teacher Sheila Bryant boyce

Happy birthday coach Stukes thanks for everything

Happy Birthday Coach, hope you have a GREAT day!!!

Happy Birthday Coach Stukes you were Awesome 1990 grad

Happy birthday Coach Stukes. One of my favorite teachers.

Happy Birthday Mr. Charles Stukes.

Happy Birthday to one of the best!

Happy birthday Coach Stukes

CHECK CHECK. GOOD DEAL. " A CRESTWOOD LEGEND "

Happy Birthday Coach!

HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Mr. Styles.

Happy Birthday

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Wednesday September 12th, 2018

Virginia Sports Hall of Fame

If you're planning to attend a high school or college football game featuring a Virginia school this weekend, make sure to check your updates!

ODU Football's game against Charlotte has been moved up to tomorrow

Virginia Football is moving their game to Nashville

Virginia Tech Football's game against ECU is cancelled

and numerous high school football districts have cancelled this weekend's games.
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Tuesday September 11th, 2018

Virginia Sports Hall of Fame

What a weekend for one of our own, as Charles "Lefty" Driesell took his place among the all-time greats at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. For those who didn't get a chance to see it, here is his acceptance speech;

www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTSZxE73aHQ

Maryland Terrapins JMUSports Davidson Wildcats Georgia State University AthleticsCheck out Charles "Lefty" Driesell full speech following his induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Subscribe to the NBA: bit.l...
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He was a character and did much for the game.I'll never forget those memorable games when his Terps took on Dean's Heel's and Sloan's Pack.

Monday September 10th, 2018

Virginia Sports Hall of Fame

A pair of Virginia Union University birthdays to celebrate today! First, Happy Birthday to the winningest college basketball coach in state history, and 2010 Virginia Sports Hall of Fame inductee, Dave Robbins. In 30-seasons at the helm of the Virginia Union University Men's Basketball, Robbins compiled a 713-194 record, including 3 NCAA Division II National Championships and 13 CIAA championships.

During his tenure at VUU, Robbins produced four Division II players of the year, eight Consensus first team All-Americans and five NBA players; including 2015 VSHF inductee, Ben Wallace, who is also a recipient of today's birthday wishes!

Wallace averaged 13.4 points per game and 10 rebounds per game, while at VUU. After going undrafted, Wallace would eventually find his way to the Detroit Pistons where he would go on to become a 4-time NBA All-Star, 4-time Defensive Player of the Year, and 5-time All-NBA First Team Defense. Wallace would also help lead the Pistons to the 2004 NBA Championship. In 17-seasons, Wallace totaled 6,254 points, 10,482 rebounds and 2,137 blocks.
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