Clackamas Community College athletes and teams, as well as supporters in the
community, will be honored at the fourth annual Hall of Fame Banquet and Alumni
Reunion. The event will be held on Saturday, June 8, from 5 to 9 p.m. in the
college’s Randall Gym.
are an important part of student life at CCC. The college offers 11 competitive
sports that have won more than 50 championships over the college’s 47-year
history. The college has produced a number of exceptional student-athletes and
coaches. Athletic success at CCC has been fostered by many donors, sponsors, citizens,
and athletic supporters.
of Fame honorees are selected by a committee based on a number of criteria including
both their stint at CCC and successes that may have followed. The Athletic Hall
of Fame Class of 2013 includes:
Dr. John Keyser, CCC president emeritus. Dr. Keyser
was not only instrumental in transitioning the athletic programs to the
Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC) conference but
helped foster and build the success of the Athletics Department in all aspects,
including the establishment of tuition waiver opportunities,
Jim and Connie Olson, longtime CCC athletic supports and owners
of Oregon City’s Jimmy O’s Pizza. The Olsons have given back to their
community, not only with their hospitality but their financial contributions
and support to all the athletic programs.
Kim Holum, softball 1991-1992. A member of the 1991-1992 softball
championship team, and stand-out pitcher with a 17 win-2 loss pitching record.
Holum proved herself both at CCC and Portland State University, still holding
top 10 all-time records for career shutouts and career ERA. Returning to CCC,
Holum is assistant coach for softball and teaches part time in the Science
1991, 1992, 1993 softball teams, three-peat NWAACC
David Daniels, mens’s basketball, 1989-1991. Daniels is anational and international athlete, who has competed professionally
with stints in the FIBA World Championships, Canadian Olympic Team, NBA, CBA
and Athletes in Action, and now continues his passion as a collegiate coach.
Bob Rapp, assistant softball coach and mentor, deceased. Rapp was a 10
year assistant coach and mentor for the CCC softball team, as well a long-time
for the banquet are $40 for an individual ticket or $500 for a table of eight.
Tickets may be purchased online at www.clackamascougars.com/hof.asp.
more information, please contact Kayla Steen, assistant athletic director, at
503-594-6394 or email@example.com.