Hall of Fame...
Every year, MAAD inducts individuals into MAAD Hall of Fame. Each individual served 10 or more years as players, coaches, managers, leaders and/or officers and met the criterias listed: outstanding performance, integrity, sportsmanship, character and leadership.
Kudos to those who are in Hall of Fame.
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This year MAAD is proud to present MAAD Hall of Fame inductees:
Jeff hail from Minnesota. He was a softball manager for 4 years and won manager of the tourney once in 1997. He also serviced as a softball and basketball chairperson. He served on MAAD officer as interim Hall of Fame for one year and
treasurer for 11 years.
Deane hail from Denver. He has played softball for 13 years. He also earned 3 allstars and went to AAAD/NSAD 4 times.
Shirley hail from Minnesota. She has played basketball for 7 years and won 6 championships. She also served as a basketball manager for both men and women
teams. She went to nationals AAAD/USADB and won 4 championships.
Ervin hail from Omaha. He played both basketball 10 years and softball for a year. In basketball he won 3 championships and went on 3 trips to AAAD. As a softball player he earned one all-star.
Grace hail from Olathe. She has played softball for 2 different teams, Denver and Midwest Runnin’ Rebels and played one year of basketball for Olathe. As a softball player she has won 6 championships and earned 4 all-stars at MAAD and 2
at NSAD along with the team sportsmanship at NSAD. She also earned team sportsmanship at MAAD in basketball.
Thomas hail from Kansas City/Olathe. He has played softball for 10 years and earned an all-star. He also coached softball for a year. He hosted AAAD in 1978. He served as a delegate twice.
Congratulations to the inductees!