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2016 Class Induction: January 28 or 29, 2017
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2015 Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame Induction Class: Back row: (L to R), Alec Neimand (Malamud Scholarship); Amanda Fink (tennis); Erik Lorig (football); Roy Firestone (Master of Ceremonies); Josh Rosen (male high school athlete of the year); Mike Lieberthal (baseball); Danielle Yudin (softball). Front row; (L to R), Helene Elliott (sports media); Alla Svirsky (gymnastics); Marlene Moses (water polo for Merrill); Scotty Freedman (paddle tennis); Art Sherman (horse racing); Howard Zuckerman (Pillar of Achievement).

2015 Inductees Honored

The Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame is working on its 2016 inductees. The 2015 Inductees were honored during  the awards luncheon in June at the Hall of Fame exhibit location at American Jewish University in West Los Angeles. 

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2015 New SC Jewish Sports HOF Inductees:

Mike Lieberthal—Baseball

Thea Lemberger—Basketball

Sasha Cohen—Figure Skating

Erik Lorig—Football

Alla Svirsky--Gymnastics

Art Sherman—Horse Racing

Helene Elliott--Media

Ted Leitner—Media

Scott Freedman—Paddle Tennis

Camille Levin---Soccer

Dani Yudin—Softball

Barbara Breit---Tennis

Amanda Fink—Tennis

Merrill Moses—Water Polo

Howard Zuckerman—Pillar of Achievement

YOUTH AWARDS:

2015-Josh Rosen—Football--St. John Bosco—
Male High School Athlete of the Year


Olivia Rosendahl–Diving–Immaculate Heart—
Female High School Athlete of the Year


2015-Alec Neimand—Allan Malamud Award-Chaminade Prep High School

 

 

Exhibit at American Jewish University

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You are invited to visit the Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame permanent exhibit at American Jewish University.
15600 Mulholland Drive Bel Air, CA 90077

Awards for Jewish Athletes 2015 Induction Ceremony

The Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame honors men and women at all levels of sport who have played a significant role in shaping the sports history of the Southern California community.

Currently there are more than 300 outstanding sport personalities on the Hall of Fame Honor Roll. Their biographies and photographs appear on the Inductees and New Inductees pages.

The SoCal Jewish Sports Hall of Fame also provides award recognition to Southern California Jewish male and female High School Athletes of the Year, and presents the Allan Malamud Memorial Award to an outstanding Jewish high school or university student planning a career in print or broadcast journalism.