NSU Athletics Postpones Induction of 2021 Hall of Fame Class

NSU Hall of Fame ceremony expected to be rescheduled for November of 2022

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – As a precautionary measure in regards to the health and safety of all parties involved, Nova Southeastern Athletics has postponed the induction of its 2021 Hall of Fame class.

The restrictions and limitations forced upon by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic ultimately played a vital role in the difficult move, as well as the commitment to preserve the integrity and quality of this important celebration of the rich history of NSU athletic excellence.

The event is expected to be rescheduled for November of 2022.

“Unfortunately, we needed to make the difficult decision to postpone this signature event,” said NSU Director of Athletics Michael Mominey. “Given the nature and the significance of the Athletics Hall of Fame, we felt it was in the best interest of all parties to wait until we can appropriately celebrate the 2021 class.”

Originally announced back in August, the 2021 Hall of Fame class includes men’s swimmer Esau Simpson, women’s basketball player Danielle Robinson-Pratt, women’s golfer Abbey Gittings, rower Lauren Boudreau, and the inaugural men’s and women’s swimming coach Hollie Bonewit-Cron.

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