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Jerry Stackhouse, Jason Brown Named To NC Sports activities Corridor Of Fame


CHAPEL HILL, NC – Jason Brown, a standout heart for the College of North Carolina soccer workforce and Baltimore Ravens, and Jerry Stackhouse, the 1994 Atlantic Coast Convention Match Most Useful Participant and 18-year NBA veteran, are the most recent Tar Heel student-athletes to be chosen for Enshrinement within the North Carolina Sports activities Corridor of Fame.

Brown and Stackhouse are amongst 15 within the Class of 2023, which additionally contains RickBarnes, Jeff Davis, Donald Evans, Tom Fazio, Ellen Griffin, Tom Higgins, Clarkston Hines, Bob “Stonewall” Jackson, Trudi Lacey, Ronald Rogers, John Sadri, Curtis Unusual and Rosie Thompson.

The most recent inductees will likely be enshrined throughout the 59th annual Induction Celebration at 7 pm on Friday, April 21, on the Raleigh Conference Middle.

“This yr’s class becoming a member of the North Carolina Sports activities Corridor of Fame as soon as once more displays the nice selection and wealthy sports activities heritage that the corridor highlights for our state,” stated Dr. Jerry McGee, president of the corridor’s Board of Administrators. “This group and their collective accomplishments in particular areas, from nice athletes to extremely profitable coaches to particular contributors, create one other thrilling chapter for the corridor. We’re extraordinarily enthusiastic about honoring these excellent people in our induction celebration.”

A local of Henderson, Brown attended Northern Vance Excessive Faculty, the place he excelled in soccer and observe and subject. He started his collegiate profession as an offensive deal with then performed three seasons at heart, the place he earned first-team All-ACC honors in 2004. He was drafted by the Ravens, then signed a five-year deal in 2009 with the St. Louis Rams that made him the highest-paid heart within the league. He retired from skilled soccer in 2012 and have become a farmer in Louisburg, sustaining First Fruits Farms, the place he grows produce and donates crops to meals pantries.

Stackhouse, a local of Kinston, was a For the All-America at Kingston Excessive Faculty. He was the ACC Match MVP as a freshman in 1994 and a consensus first-team All-America and Sports activities Illustrated’s Nationwide Participant of the Yr in 1995. He led the Tar Heels to the Ultimate 4 as a sophomore, scoring 18 factors within the Elite Eight vs. top-seed Kentucky to earn Most Excellent Participant honors within the Southeast Regional. He was the third choose within the 1995 Draft and went on to attain greater than 16,000 factors within the NBA. He was an All-Star in 2000 and 2001. He’s presently the top coach at Vanderbilt.

Brown and Stackhouse are the 65th and 66th members of the North Carolina Sports activities Corridor of Fame with direct connections to the College of North Carolina as a participant, coach, administrator or alumnus who was a member of the sports activities media.

The North Carolina Sports activities Corridor of Fame was established in 1963. A everlasting exhibit, the North Carolina Sports activities Corridor of Fame is positioned on the third flooring of the NC Museum of Historical past in Raleigh and options over 200 important objects and memorabilia donated by inductees.

The museum is open Monday by means of Saturday from 9 am to five pm and Sunday from midday to five pm Admission is free.

Ticket info for the Induction Celebration is out there at

College of North Carolina Member of the NC Sports activities Corridor of Fame
(as of Jan. 24, 2023)

Donna Andrews (girls’s golf)
Scott Bankhead (baseball)
George Barclay (soccer)
Jim Beatty (males’s observe)
Pete Brennan (males’s basketball)
Rod Broadway (soccer)
Mack Brown (soccer)
Jason Brown (soccer)
Kelvin Bryant (soccer)
Jack Cobb (males’s basketball)
Dennis Craddock (cross nation, observe and subject)
Brad Daugherty (males’s basketball)
Walter Davis (males’s basketball)
Anson Dorrance (girls’s soccer)
Invoice Dooley (soccer)
Laura Dupont (girls’s tennis)
Woody Durham (center)
Chuck Erickson (athletic supervisor, golf)
Bob Fetzer (athletic director, observe and subject)
Raymond Floyd (males’s golf)
Phil Ford (males’s basketball)
Mike Fox (baseball)
Lee Gliarmis Sr. (soccer, males’s soccer)
Invoice Guthridge (males’s basketball)
Marshall Happer (males’s tennis)
Dee Hardison (soccer)
Sylvia Hatchell (girls’s basketball)
Bunn Hearn (baseball)
Ken Huff (soccer)
Antawn Jamison (males’s basketball)
Bobby Jones (males’s basketball)
Michael Jordan (males’s basketball)
Charlie Justice (soccer)
Clyde King (baseball)
Davis Love III (males’s golf)
Web page Marsh (girls’s golf)
Bob McAdoo (males’s basketball)
Don McCauley (soccer)
Monk McDonald (males’s basketball)
Bones McKinney (males’s basketball)
Paul Miller (soccer)
Allen Morris (males’s tennis)
Hugh Morton (photojournalism)
Bob Quincy (sports activities info)
Julius Peppers (soccer)
Walter Rabb (baseball)
Lennie Rosenbluth (males’s basketball)
Lee Shaffer (males’s basketball)
Karen Shelton (subject hockey)
Floyd “Chunk” Simmons (males’s observe)
Charlotte Smith (girls’s basketball)
Dean Smith (males’s basketball)
Jerry Stackhouse (males’s basketball)
Ed Sutton (soccer)
John Swofford (soccer, director of athletics)
Danny Talbott (soccer/baseball)
Jake Wade (center)
Tony Waldrop (males’s observe)
Sue Walsh (girls’s swimming)
Harvie Ward (males’s golf)
Artwork Weiner (soccer)
Carla Werden (girls’s soccer)
Burgess Whitehead (baseball)
Roy Williams (males’s basketball)
Harry Williamson (males’s observe)
James Worthy (males’s basketball)

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