South Central Chapter
Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame
The primary purpose for the South Central Chapter Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame is to grant recognition to men and women from the respective communities whose accomplishments are in the area of sports and athletics. Through its meetings, the chapters hopes to present a variety of programs to interest and entertain its members, while adding to their knowledge and appreciation of all sports. We encourage their active participation the South Central Chapter
Since 2001, the South Central Chapter Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame is proud that it has been able to award over $49,000 dollars in scholarship funding to local area High School Athletes .
The chapters goal is to promote good will, fellowship, and mutual respect among the athletes and sport fans in its communities.
The South Central Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame is proud to present its 41st group of Hall of Fame inductees.
The credentials of these individuals establish them as most worthy of this honor. The influence they have had on young men and women has been lasting. The accomplishments achieved in their respective athletic endeavors mark them as truly outstanding sports personalities.
In 39 years the South Central Chapter has inducted 217 individuals into its Hall of Fame. Seven of these individuals have been inducted into the State Hall of Fame in future years.
The South Central Chapter Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame announced its annual induction dinner and 2020 class of inductees.
Darwin Breaux, the new president has announced that any members interested in helping with the Chapter going forward can contact him at (717)382-2854 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This year’s induction dinner will be held Saturday, May 30, 2020, 5:30-6:30pm social, dinner 6:30pm at Premier Events 429 East Orange Street, Shippensburg Pa.
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2020 YEARS INDUCTEES ARE:
Timothy M. Ebersole- Football, Player and Coach
Julie Ramsey Emrhein – Professional Trainer-NFL
James P. Monos – Football, Basketball, Baseball and Coach
Paul Richards – Swim Champion, Swim Coach
Detailed Biographies of the 2020 Inductees
Saturday, May 30, 2020
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429 North Orange Street,
Shippensburg Pa. 17257
Tickets are still available for $20.00 Please make reservations no later than May 22, 2020.
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Yes– Dues for 2020 are now payable please respond today:
Treasurer is Steve Oldt
Mailing Address is:
PO BOX 541
Shippensburg, PA 17257
Reminder: Please send your Dues (same as last year: $20.00) and any additional contribution to the address above.
Your Dues include future news letters from our Chapter and mailings from the Pennsylvania State Chapter with a ballot and voting privilege on State Chapter nomination candidates. Also as a South Central Chapter member you will receive discounts on Chapter dinners and induction banquets events as well as the ability to summit applications for inductees in the Chapter.
Chapter President Darwin Breaux and the Executive Committee have decided to work on a reorganization of the Chapter and make changes and improvements for the future. As part of that change, the induction Banquet of 2020 was moved into the second quarter of this year. New applications for inductions will be received into the fall of 2020.
Our Chapter membership continues to grow and serve Athletics in the South Central area with the Executive Committee focused on improvements for the future. Please feel free to share our website and this newsletter with your friends and neighbors.
Darwin Breaux, President
Biographies of 2020 Inductees
Dr. Timothy M. Ebersole
Tim was honored as one of Shippensburg Universities’ 10 individual selected to PSAC’s 150 Football contributors. A native of York, PA, Ebersole was the 1981 PSAC and eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference player of the year and Quarterbacked the Shippensburg University raid Raiders to the national semifinals. He was a two-time honorable mention All-American breaking 31 school records and finishing with 4,658 passing yards and 45 touchdowns. Tim has been serving for the last 25 years as Shippensburg University Development Coordinator. In his free time, Tim officiates YAIAA boy’s basketball and has also officiated NCAA D2 games.
Julie Ramsey Emrhein
Julie was a three-sport athlete at Cocalico High School and went on to play field Hockey at Lock Haven College where she received her B.S. degree Summa Cum Laud. And later went on to receive here M.Ed. from the University of Virginia. Julie Worked At Dickinson College as a professional Athletic Trainer, and she has been involved in numerous national; regional; and state committees serving at California University of Pa; Dickinson College; and now at WellSpan Health. She has been a guest speaker both nationally & regionally at athletic trainer Conferences and is activity involved in the Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers Society. Julie had the opportunity to do research with the esteemed Dr. Joseph Torg regarding cervical spine injuries in football and worked at several pre-season camps and spent one entire season with the Washington Redskins. She was the first female Athletic Trainer working in the NFL
James P. Monos
Jim was a graduate of Shippensburg High School and went on to get his degree in social studies from Shippensburg University and then his master’s from Western Maryland College. At Shippensburg High School he lettered in three sports Football, Basketball and Baseball and was inducted into the Shippensburg High School HOF. He was inducted into the Shippensburg University HOF, was an all PSAC player and the first QB to ever complete 100 Pass’s in one season. He was Shippensburg State College NCAA semi-finalist for the Lambert cup at the Division 2 level. He won five PSAC East Championships. Jim has been Asst Basketball Coach, Head Basketball Coach Asst Football Coach for Shippensburg University. He was also the Offensive Coordinator at S/U and Head Football Coach Lebanon Valley College with highest all-time winning record. He was a Mac Conference Coach of the year & AFCA regional Coach of the year with four post season appearances three ECAC & one NCAA.
Paul was a graduate of E L Myers High School and a four-year District two Swim Champion. He went on to be the all state 400 free style winner in 1970. Received his M.S. from Indiana University of Pa. in Aquatic administration and his from B.S. Bloomsburg State College 1975. He became Assistant Men’s Swim coach at Bloomsburg College 1981-1982; Aquatics Director Men’s & Women’s Swim Coach Hartwick College 1982-1985; Asst. Professor Health & Physical Ed. & Men’s & Women’s Swim Coach Mary Washington college 1985-1994; Received the highest award and certification from the American Alliance for Health on excellence in teaching. Atlantic States Swim Conference Women’s Coach of the year 1988-1989; Capital Atlantic Conference Women’s Coach of the year 1991-1992; Capital Athletic Conference Men’s Coach of the year 1991-1992-1993; Career Won/loss record 495-317; Student Excellence Award Dickinson College 2019.
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