The College of the Canyons Athletics Department has announced its 2019 Hall of Fame class of inductees, with the college’s next Athletic Hall of Fame dinner and induction ceremony set for Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019, at the Hyatt Regency Valencia.
The 2019 class of inductees includes:
* 1983 State Championship Baseball Team
* 2001 State Championship Women’s Golf Team
* Dolores “Dody” Garcia — Meritorious Service
* Len Mohney — Player/Coach (Baseball) and Administrator (Athletic Director/Dean)
“Once again, the Hall of Fame committee has done a tremendous job of selecting student-athletes, coaches and teams that have left a significant mark on the Athletic Department and our community,” said Chuck Lyon, Dean of Physical Education, Kinesiology, Athletics & Athletic Director. “These teams and individuals will now be honored for exemplifying the ideals of what it means to be a College of the Canyons Cougar.”
Tickets to the COC Athletic Hall of Fame dinner and induction ceremony are $100 per guest, with all proceeds benefiting the college’s athletic programs.
The event begins at 5:30 p.m. with a no-host cocktail hour, followed by dinner served promptly at 6:30 p.m.
The evening’s main program will begin at 7 p.m. and feature a special presentation for each of this year’s inductees, highlighting their career achievements at College of the Canyons and beyond.
As in past years, friends, family members and former teammates of the inductees— as well as all fellow COC Alumni and Hall of Fame members — are encouraged to help the COC Athletic Department honor its 2019 Hall of Fame class.
However, space at this event will be limited, with attendees kindly asked to RSVP prior to Jan. 12, 2019.
For more information or to purchase tickets to the 2019 COC Athletic Hall of Fame dinner and induction ceremony, please visit the COC Foundation webpage or call 661-362-3434.
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