Greensboro Individuals Inducted Into NC AAU Hall of Fame

WINSTON-SALEM, NC- The North Carolina Amateur Athletic Union (NCAAU) named their first Hall of Fame inductees at a meeting in Concord, North Carolina on June 1.

To be considered, athletes must have a minimum of three years AAU competition and either exemplary sports achievement and/or civic contributions. A maximum of two athletes are to be inducted every other year. AAU members must have a minimum of 12 years of continuous membership serving above and beyond time and energy donated to youth sports and have special achievements. A maximum of five will be elected every other year.

The next election of members will be 2010 and will be nominated and elected by the current Hall of Fame members.

The first class of inductees includes: Rod Seaford of Charlotte-boys basketball, Nelson Hardister of Concord-baseball, Dr. John Ellington of Archdale-girls basketball, Bill Christy of Greensboro-girls basketball, Jean Christy of Greensboro-girls basketball, Antawn Jameson of Charlotte-boys basketball and Andrea Stinson of Charlotte-girls basketball.

Submitted by Demp Bradford, Greensboro Sports Commission