Green Bay Athletics Announces 2024 Hall of Fame Class

Posted on 3-21-2024

Green Bay Athletics is set to induct three former Phoenix greats and the 2010-11 women’s basketball team to the Green Bay Athletics Hall of Fame on June 8th, 2024 (Social hour at 4pm, followed by dinner at 5pm, and the induction ceremony at approximately 5:45pm).

This will be the 23rd induction class in the Hall of Fame’s history.

The announced 2024 class includes men’s basketball player and current staff member Rahmon Fletcher, women’s basketball player Mehryn Kraker, men’s soccer player Ken Hess, and the 2010-11 Green Bay women’s basketball team. These inductees will be recognized for their athletics achievements, contributions and accomplishments during their successful times at Green Bay.

A complete list of the current Hall of Fame members can be found HERE

This year’s class of inductees brings membership in the Athletics Hall of Fame to 92 honorees.


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