Delawere Sports Museum and Hall of Fame - 2001 Inductees
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Jack Agnew – Baseball
Ethel “Feffie” Barnhill – Multi Sport
Charley Burns – Swimming
Fillmore Clifton – Multi Sport
Jeffrey S. Cooper – Trainer
Monick Foote – Basketball
Walter Dave Hurm – Multi Sport
Rhondale Jones – Track
Dr. Arthur “Art” Mayer – Swimming
Luke Petitgout – Football
Ukee Washington – Multi Sport

View the 2013 Inductee Photos and Bios


The Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame Association is a nonprofit organization founded to perpetuate the memory of athletes, coaches and others who have brought lasting recognition to the State of Delaware or who have been outstanding within its borders. Included are those whose contributions to sports came away from the actual competition, (coaches, administrators, officials and journalists) bringing recognition to the state.

Member Benefits:

  • Induction Banquet program recognition for Sustaining Members
  • Museum Signage Recognizing you as a Sustaining Members
  • Vote for candidates to be inducted in May 2014
  • Free entry to the museum
  • Group tour discounts

Membership year begins when dues are received and ends on May 30, 2014.

To become a member of the Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame, please print out the Membership Form and return it to the Hall of Fame with your check payable to DSMHOF:

801 Shipyard Drive
Wilmington, De. 19801-5121.

Note: You may also pay with VISA or Master Card by calling 302-425-3263.


The mission of the Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame is to celebrate the history, preserve the legacy, and honor the heroes of sports within Delaware and those who have brought recognition to Delaware by their accomplishments elsewhere. The membership strives to educate young and old about athletics, sportsmanship, and work ethic while providing inspiration to maintain active and healthy lifestyles through sports.


Are you a history buff? Interested is Delaware Sports History?

The Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame has volunteer opportunities at the Museum, located at Frawley Stadium on the Wilmington Riverfront. The 5000 square foot Museum showcases over 150 years of Delaware sports history. The Hall of Fame, founded in 1976, has inducted over 240 athletes, coaches, journalists, administrators and officials representing 27 different sports.

Volunteers are needed as Museum greeters and tour guides to serve the public Tuesdays through Saturdays. If you can volunteer one day a month for a couple of hours or more call (302) 425-3263 or e-mail

Volunteer opportunities also include assisting the Museum curator, education director, historian and working in technology and membership areas. Activities include doing research for new exhibits, contact with elementary and middle schools for the school tour program and becoming a member of the Museum’s speakers bureau.

Photo of Baseball Talk exhibitTHE VISION

“to be an enduring point of pride for Delaware's sports history and an inspiration to today's youth.”


Since 1976 the Delaware Hall of Fame has honored and promoted Delaware’s outstanding athletic performers including those who have brought recognition to the First State through their coaching, officiating administrative and journalism contributions. Additionally, the museum shall preserve the performances of Delaware inductees and other athletes through the display of memorabilia, artifacts and photos and videos.

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