The OCAA Hall of Fame is dedicated to the recognition of extraordinary contributions and accomplishments within collegiate sports in Ontario.
The 344 honoured members include student-athletes, coaches and builders of the Association.
In May 2013, 48 new inductees were recognized in the sixth OCAA Hall of Fame Ceremony at the Delta London Armouries in London, Ont. The OCAA Hall of Fame adds new inductees every two years.
Basis of Selection of Candidates
Inductees are chosen on the basis of their athletic skills and abilities, fair play, leadership, individual statistics, and team accomplishments both while in the OCAA and/or at a higher level after their college career. All persons elected have graduated from their respective institutions.
Inductees are chosen on the basis of their ability to develop athletes, the success of their teams and/or athletes, as well as their integrity, fair play, leadership, and commitment to their college and the OCAA.
Inductees are chosen on the basis of distinguishing themselves through their extraordinary and/or exceptional contributions to the development and advancement of the OCAA as a member of the executive committee, as a convenor, or as a committee chair, and for their devotion to the OCAA.