The Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame is partnering with Discovery World on a new exhibit that will celebrate the state's past, present and future sports heroes. The new exhibit at the museum will open on Jan. 24, 2019, in conjunction with the Hall of Fame's 69th anniversary induction.
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Next January, the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame will immortalize three more state sports legends: former Packers general manager Ron Wolf, retired Bucks great Marques Johnson and golf leader Herbert Kohler Jr., who have been selected for induction into the 69th Anniversary Class.
The Historic Wisconsin Athletic Hall Fame released its top 10 moments in 2017 state sports over the course of the last two weeks. Click through to see the list.
On April 29, the historic Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame officially welcomed three new members as a part of its 66th Anniversary Class: Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Champion Charles Woodson, Wisconsin Badgers Heisman Trophy Winner Ron Dayne and LPGA Legend Sherri Steinhauer.
As this year's induction ceremony approaches, the historic Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame announced on Wednesday the creation of its 4 Kids partnership with three major charities in the state - Special Olympics Wisconsin, the MACC Fund and Make-A-Wish Wisconsin.
On Friday, Donald Driver somehow carved half an hour out of his busy schedule to talk to OnMilwaukee about the Packers, his post-career work and pursuits, emceeing the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame induction in April and a hobbled sports writer's hamstring injury.
The historic Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame today announced that 2016 Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame inductee Donald Driver will serve as emcee of the 66th Anniversary Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame Induction on April 29, 2017.
More than three seasons after Green Bay cut him and a year after retiring, could a 40-year-old Charles Woodson, one of the most physically gifted and cerebrally intuitive defensive playmakers in the history of football, help the Packers' depleted secondary right now?
In the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena on Tuesday afternoon, former Packer Charles Woodson was all smiles and thank-yous after being announced as an inductee into the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame. And to think, he didn't even really want to come to the state a decade ago.
The historic Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame today announced that Badgers Heisman Trophy winner Ron Dayne, LPGA Legend Sherri Steinhauer and Packers Super Bowl Champion Charles Woodson have been selected for induction into the 66th Anniversary Class of the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame.
The Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame, home to 137 of the state's greatest sports icons including Hank Aaron, Vince Lombardi and Oscar Robertson, is now for the first time in its 66-year history accepting online fan nominations for future Hall of Fame classes.
Starting Thursday, the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame is giving fans the opportunity to decide who is the state's all-time favorite sports icon, through a bracket-style competition with the winner determined by popular vote.
Associated Bank unveiled its "Fan Zone" raffle for the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame 2016 ceremony on April 30 at UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena, the Hall of Fame's first induction in nine years.
The Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame was, for decades, among the state's most esteemed sports institutions. But an extended period of uncertainty and instability, for the second time, left it dormant, until recently. Now, under new ownership, it's got big plans for the future.
Lammi Sports Management announced it has acquired all of the assets for the 63-year-old Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame, located alongside the UWM Panther Arena on 4th Street.