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Eagle Athletic Club Hall of Fame Celebration 2010

 
Mt. San Jacinto College
Eagle Athletic Club
 
Cordially invites you to attend the
 
2010  Hall of Fame Induction Celebration
 
on
 
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Country Club at Soboba Springs
1020 Soboba Road * San Jacinto
 
5:30 p.m. Check-in & No-Host Bar
7:00 p.m. Dinner & Induction Ceremony
 
Dressy Attire
 
Dinner Cost is $75 per person . Reservations require advance payment, are non-refundable,
and must be received by October 25, 2010. Seating is limited. 
Table sponsorships are available (table of 8).
 
For more information please call Chris Mozga at (951) 487-3594
 
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 Purchase tickets or sponsor a table of 8 online now HERE through PayPal.

 
 

MSJC Homecoming and Hall of Fame Celebration 2010

 
 
Mt. San Jacinto College
Hall of Fame
2010—Inductees
  
John ChambersCoach Chambers spent 33 seasons as a community college head coach, 31 of those at MSJC.  John recorded 703 victories in that time and retired in 2003 as the winning-est coach in California Community College history.  He was named conference coach of the year 13 times and in 1998 was the state coach of the year.  John is already enshrined in the CCCBCA State Hall of Fame.
 
Robert Stangel— Coach Stangel’s coaching career at MSJC ran from 1974 to 1999. During  Stangel’s tenure the Eagles won 154 games which makes him the school’s all time leader in that   category.  Stangel was named the conference coach of the year 7 times and Region Coach of the Year three times.  In 1998 he was named the CCCFCA State Coach of the Year.  Bob is already a member of the State Football Coaches Hall of Fame.
 
Alvin WaltonAlvin was a stand out strong safety for the Eagles in 1982 and 1983.  Alvin was twice named first team all conference and in his sophomore season also recognized as All State and All American.  Alvin went on to become a two year starter at Kansas University where as a senior he earned 2nd team All Big 8 honors.  Following the 1986 season Alvin was drafted in the third round by the NFL’s Washington Redskins.  Alvin played six seasons with the Redskins including 1988 when he was a starter on the team that won Superbowl XXII.  Alvin completed his playing career in the CFL where he helped the Baltimore Stallions win the Grey Cup.
 
 
Hall of Fame Committee
 
Michael McIntyre—Chairperson
Nancy McIntyre
Ken Reed
Georgia Reed
Roger Schultz
Bill Vincent
Patrick Springer
Chris Mozga
Cindi Eckardt
Kathy Donnell
Lorna Abernathy
Becky Mitchell
Kristi Di Memmo
 
 
 
Special Thanks to our Sponsors:
 
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