Howard E. Ferguson
Athletic Hall of Fame
For over 30 years, St. Edward High School has honored exemplary athletes, coaches, athletic staff members, and community stars annually by inducting them into the Howard E. Ferguson Athletic Hall of Fame.
Howard E. Ferguson was an Athletic Director, coach, mentor, and friend. As St. Edward High School's Wrestling Coach from 1975 until his death in 1989, Ferguson established the national reputation for St. Edward High School and wrestling. "Coach Ferg" led St. Edward to an unprecedented 11 AAA state wrestling championships and seven national wrestling titles.
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We are excited to announce a significant shift in the cadence and criteria for the St. Edward High School Hall of Fame inductions. Traditionally, we have celebrated our Hall of Fame inductees during the vibrant Reunion Weekend every September. However, as we continue to evolve and enhance the Hall of Fame experience, we are implementing changes to better align with the achievements of our extraordinary athletes and teams.
Moving forward, individuals will be officially inducted at a special event during the winter months. This shift allows inductees the individual recognition and spotlight they deserve.
In addition to this change, we are introducing a new requirement for team eligibility: teams will now only become eligible for induction after a minimum of 15 years have passed. This adjustment ensures that only the most iconic and enduring athletic accomplishments are recognized.
These updates will elevate the prestige of our Hall of Fame and provide a more fitting tribute to the remarkable individuals and teams who have contributed to the rich history and tradition of the St. Edward Eagles.
Thank you for your continued support. We look forward to welcoming you to our upcoming Hall of Fame events.
Honoring a Tradition of Excellence
"To become a winning athlete, you must be hungry - hungry for success, hungry for victory, hungry simply to become the best you can be."
- Howard Ferguson, The Edge
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