Basketball BC Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame members are listed by category (Athlete, Coach, Official, Builder, and Team) and by year of induction



Alan Tait (2022)


Brent Charleton (2020)   


Andrew Mavis (2019)

Lori Clarke (2019)

Bev Barnes (2018)

Doug Brinham (2018)

Ron Putzi (2018)

Marni Abbott-Peter (2017)

  •  Became a World renowned wheelchair basketball player with a career that includes playing on the Senior Women’s National team 1992-2004, 2010
  •  Won Paralympic gold in 1992, 1996, 2000 and bronze in 2004.  Also won 3 consecutive world championships in 1994, 1998 and 2002
  •  Awards (some)
    •  Rick Hanson Award – Canadian Wheelchair Sports – 2011
    •  Wheelchair Basketball Canada Hall of Fame – 2008
    •  BC Sports Hall of fame – 2007
    •  Flag Bearer for Team Canada Atlanta Paralympic Games – 1996
    •  Honourary Mayor of Athlete’s Village for Vancouver 2010

Wally Mayers (2017)

  •  Member of UBC Thunderbirds – silver medal at Canadian Champs -1927-28
  •  Member of New West Adanacs beating Windsor Collegiate Alumni (Windsor won gold in 27-28) to be first BC team to win the Montreal Cup – Canadian championship
  •  Repeated Canadian Championship with Adanacs defeating Acadia University
  •  Vancouver Westerns (team formally called the Western Sports Centre – a team he founded) won Canadians in 1939 over Glebe Collegiate Grads
  •  1940 – Mayers wins his 5th Canadian championship as a member of the Vancouver Maple leafs (formerly the Westerns)
  •  Inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame in its first year – 1966

Randy Nohr (2017)

  •  2 AA High School provincial Championships (1x MVP)
  •  2 college Conference Championships at  Langara
  •  2 college National Championships at Langara (2x MVP)
  •  Two time Langara Male Athlete of the year
  •  Bronze Medal – Team BC at U19Nationals
  •  2 university conference championships – St Francis Xavier
  •  2 university national championships St FX (2x MVP)
  •  6 years involvement with Canada Basketball National teams
    •  Alternate for Sydney 2000
    •  FISU (university) Games in 2001
    •  Goodwill Games 2001
    •  NBA Summer league 2002
    •  Pan Am Games – 2003
  •  Played professional oversees (Denmark, Sweden and Switzerland) as well as the Titans out of Langley

Richard Peter (2017)

  •  3x Paralympics Gold medalist (2000, 2004, 2012) and 1x Silver medalist (2008)
  •  1x World Championship Gold medalist (2006) and 2x Bronze medalist (1994, 2002)
  •  5 consecutive National Canadian Championships and winner of USA nationals
  •  Second Canadian to be recruited to play for RSV – Lahn Dill - a German professional team
  •  Played professionally in Italy
  •  Some Awards
    •  BC Sports Hall of Fame – 2010
    •  Queen’s Diamond jubilee Award – 2012
    •  Wheelchair Basketball Canada Male Athlete of the Year – 2008
    •  Wheelchair Sports Male Athlete of the year – 2007
    •  Tom Longboat National Award – Aboriginal male Athlete of the year – 2000
    •  National Aboriginal Achievement Award – 2012

Bob Burtwell (2015)

  •  Five-time National Champion with UBC and the Vancouver Clover Leafs
  •  Represented Canada at two World Championships and was the captain of the 1956 Canadian Olympic Team
  •  Member of the BC Sports Hall of Fame

Joby McKenzie (2015)

  •  1994 BC High School Basketball Player of the Year after leading Hatzic Secondary to the AA Provincial Title
  •  Played for Simon Fraser University from 1994-1998
    • ​​Won four PNWAC conference titles, made four appearances at the NAIA National Championships and one appearance at the NAIA Final Four
    •  Named to the PNWAC All-Conference Team twice and a NAIA Second Team All American in 1998
  •  Played for the National Team from 1998-2001 and helped them win a Pan-Am Games Silver Medal and qualify for the 2000 Sydney Olympics
  •  Joins her father Ken McKenzie in the Hall of Fame

Spencer McKay (2014)

  •   Played for the University of Victoria from 1986-91
    •  Five-time Canada West All-Star and three-time All-Canadian
  •  McKay remains the program’s all-time leading scorer, averaging 18.4 ppg during his career.
  •  After finishing his career in the CIS, McKay went on to play 16 years abroad in Hungary, Belgium, Austria, Spain, France, Portugal, Mexico, and Taiwan.
  •  He was also apart of the Canadian National Team for 10 years (1985-1995).

Phil Ohl (2013)

  •  Played for the University of Victoria from 1981-1985
    •  Four Time National Champion
    •  National Tournament MVP 1985
  •  Was named a CIAU (CIS) All-Canadian, and Basketball B.C. Player of the Year in 85
  •  Canadian National Team Player for 7 years
  •  Played professionally in Europe 1985-89

Teresa (Kleindienst) Gabriele (2013)

  •  NAIA All-American at Simon Fraser University (1999, 2000) and a NAIA Tournament MVP (2000)
  •  Named the Sport BC University Athlete of the Year (2000), and the Canada West Female Athlete of the Year (2002)
  •  Canadian National Team Player for 13 years
    •  Starter from 2001-2012
    •  Represented Canada at Two Olympic Games
    •  Represented Canada at  the World Championships and Pan Am Games
  •  Played professionally in Europe 2002-04

Tracie (McAra) Sibbald (2012)

  •  CIAU's (now CIS) Most Outstanding Player in 1982 for the University of Victoria
    •  Averaged 16.5 points, on 47 percent shooting and a league-leading 95 percent free-throw shooter
  •  Three-time Canada West All-Star (1981, ‘82, ‘83)
  •  Member of Canada's National Team for 6 years
  •  Inducted into the Greater Victoria Sports Hall of Fame (2012)

Brent Watson (2011)

  •  Named BC High School 'Player of the Decade' (1960's) by the Vancouver Sun
  •  One of three players who has been named back-to-back MVPs in B.C. high school boys basketball tournament history
  •  Awarded a full-ride scholarship to Washington State after high-school graduation and played for the NCAA Division I Cougars from 1961 to '65
  •  Was MVP of the 1968 Canadian Senior Men's Championship team

Tom Skerlak (2011)

  •  Set a freshman scoring record in his first year at SFU (1976)
  •  Is a member of the SFU 1,000 point club
  •  Played for the Canadian National Team (1977/78)
  •  Enshrined in the Welland Sports Wall of Fame in 2007

Sheila Strike (2011)

  •  Star Forward for SFU in the early 1970’s for 3 years
  •  Finished up her career Laurentian University with a National Championship in 1975
    •  All Canadian in 1975
  •  Played for the Canadian Women's National team from 1972-1976 including the 1976 Montreal Olympics

Kelly Dukeshire (2011)

  •  Captured four National Championships (1979, '80, '81, '82) at the Unversity of Victoria
    •  Averaged 15.3 points per game and named CIAU Tournament MVP in 1982
    •  1982 CIAU (CIS) 2nd Team All-Star
  •  Two-time Canada West 1st Team All-Star (1981, '82)
  •  Never missed a regular season game, playing a total of 90 straight games
  •  1983 Captured gold for Jr. Canadian Men's National team at the World Student Games in Edmonton, AB 

Jim Bardsley (2011)

  •  Set a UBC record for most points in a season (1934/35) and became the first UBC Thunderbird to average at least 10 points per game
  •  Was instrumental in leading the UBC Thunderbirds to the Canadian Senior Basketball title in 1937
  •  A member of five Canadian championship teams: the 1936-37 UBC Varsity team, the 1937-38 Vancouver Westerns, the 1938-39 Vancouver Mapleleafs, the 1946-47 Vancouver Meralomas, and the 1947-48 Vancouver Clover Leafs.

Richie Nichol (2011)

  •  Played for the 1945/46 UBC Men's team, the first Canadian team to win an American Inter-Collegiate Conference Championship
  •  Played for the Vancouver Hornets in the Pacific Coast Basketball League
  •  First white player to wear the Globetrotters’ famous jersey in 1941

Bob Barazzuol (2010)

  •  Was a 2nd Team BC Provincial Championship All-Star in 1960, despite playing only three games in the tournament
  •  Was selected to the 1965 Canadian National Men's team and was a leading scorer and rebounder
  •  Played for UBC in the mid 1960’s

Luanne (Hebb) Krawetz (2010)

  •  Captured three National Championships (1980, '81, '82) at the University of Victoria
    •  Career Average of 15.3 points and 7.1 rebounds a game
    •  1981 CIAU Tournament MVP 
  •  Two-time CIAU (CIS) All-Canadian (1979, '82)
  •  Three time Canada West First Team All-Star
  •  1981 CIAU (CIS) Player of the Year
  •  1979-82 Canadian National Team Member

Greg Wiltjer (2009)

  •  Played for the Univrsity of Victoria and won the CIAU (CIS) championship in 1984
  •  Drafted 43rd overall by the Chicago Bulls in 1984
  •  Was the top rebounder for the 1984 Olympic tournament with the Canadians finishing the tournament in fourth place.
  •  Was selected to several Canadian National Teams from 1983-1996
  •  Played 12 seasons in Europe
    •  Played on FC Barcelona team when they won the European Cup Winner's Cup in 1986
    •  Won 2 Greek Championships and 2 Greek Cups in 1988, and 1989

Michelle Hendry (2009)

  •  Won three Conference Championships at Simon Fraser University from 1988-1992
    •  Held SFU’s all time scoring record with 3,152 points
    •  Two time NAIA Player of the Year
    •  Three time NAIA All American
  •  Played a total of 110 international games with the Canadian Senior Women's National team from 1988-2003 inclusing the 2000 Sydney Olympics
  •  Played 15 seasons of professional basketball in Germany

JD Jackson (2009)

  •  Played for the University of British Coumbia from 1986-88 and 1989-92 where he holds numerous records including:
    •  Most career points – 3,585
    •  Most points in a season - 945
    •  Most points in a game - 51
  •  Was a CIAU (CIS) All-Canadian four years in a row, and CIAU Player of the Year in 1991 and 1992
  •  One of only 4 players in CIAU history to score more than 2,000 career points
  •  Played for Both the Junior and Senior Men’s National Teams
  •  Competed at a World Championship where he guarded Michael Jordan

Barb Robertson (2009)

  •  Played for the University of British Columbia from 1959-1964, where she won two consecutive Western Canadian titles
  •  Was selected to the first ever Canadian Women's National Team, that wob a bronze medal at the 1967 Pan Am games
  •  Was credited with introducing the jump shot to women’s basketball at UBC, dispelling the theory that women weren’t capable of executing this particular shot
  •  Began her coaching career while still an Education student, taking the reigns of the UBC Junior Varsity team and coaching it for the next 10 years

Gary Smith (2009)

  •  Led the North Surrey Spartans to a Fraser Valley Championship and a 4th place finish in the BC Provincial Championships in 1965
  •  Played for the Canadian National Men's Team from 1971-1973
  •  A gold-medal winning basketball player in the World Masters Men’s Basketball League

Dave Way (2009)

  •  Won four WCIAU Championships with the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds (1959-1964)
  •  Played for several Vancouver Inter City Senior A teams from 1966-2000, and was named to an All-Star team every year
  •  Awarded the Bobby Gaul Memorial Trophy by UBC for his leadership and sportsmanship

Angie (Dobie) Radanovich (2008)

  •  Played for the University of British Columbia in 1967
  •  Played for the Canadian Women's National Team from 1968-1975
    •  Played at the 1972 Pan Am Games and the World Championships
  •  Won a gold medal at the Canada Games with the BC Provincial Team in 1975
  •  Played at three World Master Games from 1994-2005 winning two gold medals

Bob Hieltjes (2008)

  •  Played for Simon Fraser University from 1983-1987 where he was team captain for three seasons
    •  Scored 2,364 career points, averaging 19.7 points per game
  •  Named NAIA District 1st team all-star three times
  •  Bob has played professionally in Germany and New Zealand
  •  Was the 1997 Basketball BC male adult player of the year

Alan Kristmanson (2008)

  •  Played for Simon Fraser University from 1980-1984
  •  Played for the Canadian National Team from 1987-1992
    •  Including the team that placed 6th at the 1988 Olympics
    •  He scored 25 points against the USA Dream Team during the 1988 Summer Games
  •  Alan played and coached in the New Zealand Professional League in 1986.

Ken McKenzie (2008)

  •  Played for the University of Montana where he was a two time Big Sky MVP
    •  Led his team into the NCAA tournaments first round of the Sweet 16
    •  Played eventual tournament champions UCLA losing 67-64 with 22 points and 12 rebounds
  •  Played on the Canadian National Team from 1972-1976
  •  Was drafted by Seattle Supersonics in the 75th NBA draft (138th overall)

Mark Staley (2008)

  •  Set the Simon Fraser University record for most points scored by a guard
  •  Is the 6th  ranked all-time scorer at SFU, scoring 1445 points in only two seasons
  •  Was the only Canadian player to make the Vancouver Nighthawks
  •  MVP and 1st team all star 1982 U21 Men's Nationals

Alex Devlin (2007)

  •  Received an invitation to the NBA Portland Trailblazers rookie camp in '73
  •  Was an NAIA All-American and All-Star while attending Simon FRaser University
  •  Was a member of the Canadian National Men's Team from 1972-1976, and participated in the 1976 Olympics
  •  Devlin was a member of Canada's fourth-place finishing team at the 1976 Olympics Games

Bev (Bland) Preston (2007)

  •  Was a member of the 1972/73 UBC Women's Team, which won the Canada West and CIS championships with a season record of 24-1
  •  Was apart of the team when they reached the CIS final four for the national championship, UBC won the two game playoff series by a combined 117-59 score
  •  Played for the Canadian National Women's Team from 1975-1976

John MacLeod (2007)

  •  Played for UBC from 1952-1956
    •  Three time Evergreen Conference All-Star
    •  Set records for most points in one season, most career points, best points per game average for season and career, and most points in one game
    •  Led the UBC team in scoring in 72% of the games he played during his career
    •  Led the UBC Thunderbirds to the Western Canada Intercollegiate title with a double victory over the highly touted University of Alberta. 
  •  Played for the Canadian National Team at the 1956 Olympics

Sandy Robertson (2007)

  •  Played for UBC from 1943-1946, winning a Western Canada Championship in 1945
    •   Named Best First Year Player in 1943 and MVP in 1945
  •  Sandy was named “Vancouver’s Sportsman of the Year” and UBC’s “Athlete of the Year” in 1946
  •  Won the 1947 Canadian basketball championships with the Vancouver Meralomas
  •  Played for Vancouver Clover Leafs from 1948-53 winning four Canadian championships
  •  MVP in 1948

Carol Turney-Loos (2007)

  •  Played at UBC in 1973-75
    •  Led UBC to a CIAU Women's Canadian National Championship in 1974
    •  Was a 1st Team All-Star at the Canada West Championships in both of her first two years with UBC
    •  Presented the Marilyn Pomfret Award as UBC's 1974/75 Female Athlete of the Year. 
  •  Held the single game scoring record of 37 points for 52 years
  •  She is one of only five UBC women to play basketball for Canada at the Olympics
  •  She still holds the three UBC scoring records

Howard Kelsey (2007)

  •  In university he lettered twice and started at Oklahoma State, then earned Conference MVP honours at Illinois’ Principia College, where he finished as the third leading scorer nationally amongst NCAA small colleges (29.2 ppg
  •  Played 11 years on the Canadian National Team, including participating in the  1984 Olympics (also a 1980 Olympian)
    •  Appeared in over 400 games when Canada was consistently ranked in the world’s top-five
  •  Was the BCABA male player of the year in 1981
  •  He played for Leones Negroes in Guadalajara, Mexico, averaging over 29 career points per game

Derek Sankey (2007)

  •  Played at the University of British Columbia from 1967-1970
    •  Won two CIAU National Championships (1967, '70)
    •  1st team all Canadian 1970
  •  Played for the Canadian National Team from 1970-1976
  •  1970 world championships; World University Games
  •  1972 Olympic qualification tournament
  •  1975 Pan American Games
  •  1976 Olympic team 4th place finish

Rita (Panasis) Bell (2006)

  •  Won four BC championships at the intermediate and senior level with the Vancouver IXL basketball team from 1939-41
  •  Won eight Canadian Senior A women’s basketball championships and the eight BC provincial titles preceding them with the 1942-46 Vancouver Hedlunds, 1947 Vancouver Nut House, and 1953-54 Vancouver Eilers. She qualified to travel with the Vancouver Eilers and compete at the first Pan American Games in 1955 in Mexico, but was unable to attend due to injury.
  •  She was offered professional contracts from Abe Saperstein, owner of the Harlem Globetrotters, and the Chicago Bluebirds Club.

Art Chapman (2006)

  •  Won 6 BC provincial basketball championships between 1933-46 as a member of the powerhouse Victoria Blue Ribbons, known as the Victoria Dominoes after 1936
  •  He also won five Canadian Senior A men’s championships with the Blue Ribbons (1933 and 1935) and the Dominoes (1939, 1942, and 1946).
  •  Led the Canadian basketball team to a silver medal in the 1936 Olympics in Berlin
  •  In 1936, Chapman, his brother Chuck, and Doug Peden joined the Windsor Fords basketball team representing Canada at the Olympic Games in Berlin. The Canadian team went on to win a silver medal, losing the gold medal final by one point.
  •  Chapman was the playing coach and manager of the 1947-48 Vancouver Hornets, Vancouver’s first professional basketball team

Gerald Kazanowski (2006)

  •  Played for Uvic from 1979-1983 winning four consecutive CIAU (CIS) championships
    •  Was named a three-time CIAU All-Canadian, and two-time recipient of the Premier's Athletic Award
  •  Played for the Canadian National Team from 1979-1990
  •  Including the 1984 and 1988 Olympics
  •  Three FIBA World Championships in 1982, 1986, 1990
  •  Won a gold medal at the 1983 World University Games upsetting Team USA that included Charles Barkley and Karl Malone
  •  Averaged 12.6 points per game in the 1984 Olympics second only to Jay Triano’s 14.6

Doug Peden (2006)

  •  Considered by many to be Canada’s greatest all round athlete of the 1930s and 1940s
  •  Played for the Canadian National Team at the 1936 Olympics, winning a silver medal
    •  He was originally selected to the team as a spare and became top scorer in the entire Olympic tournament
    •  He was also the captain and flag bearer of the entire Canadian contingent at the 1936 Olympics
  •  Won the Canadian Basketball Championship as a member of the Victoria Dominoes in 1946
  •  He played with the 1934-35 Canadian champion Victoria Blue Ribbons and the 1945-46 Victoria Dominoes.
  •  He played pro with the Vancouver Hornets in the Northwest Coast League from 1946-48

Bob Pickell (2006)

  •  Played for the Vancouver Clover Leafs
  •  B.C tourney First All-Star in 1947
  •  Played for the University of Portland
  •  Member of the Canadian Nationals team
    •  Played in the 1952 and 1956 Olympics

Ron Thorsen (2006)

  •  Led the UBC Thunderbirds to two National Championships
  •  Played at UBC from 1967-1974
    •  Led UBC to a perfect season 20-0 capturing the Canadian Championship in 1970
      •  Named Tournament MVP, All-Canadian
    •  Won a second Canadian Championship in 1972
  •  He is the only UBC player to be drafted by the NBA, going 209th overall in 1973
  •  Selected to the Canadian National Team playing through the 1970’s
  •  Played at Pan Am Games, World Championships and Pre-Olympic Tournaments

Nora McDermott (2005)

  •  Played for UBC from 1945-1949 leading the team to Vancouver Senior ‘B’ Championships in 1947 and 1948
  •  Played 14 years with Vancouver Eilers basketball teams, winning the Canadian Championship 9 times
  •  Played for Canada's team at Pan Am Games and World Championships in 1955, 1959, and 1963
  •  Won a bronze medal at the 1967 Pan Am Games
  •  She was the first women inducted into the Basketball Canada Hall of Fame as an individual player

Chuck Chapman (2005)

  •  Led the Canadian basketball team to a silver medal in the 1936 Olympics in Berlin
  •  Led the Victoria Blue Ribbon and Domino basketball teams to 5 Canadian and 7 BC championships between 1933 and 1946
  •  As captain of BC’s “Team of the Century,” the 1945-46 Victoria Dominoes, Chuck had the honour of dining with the Queen on the Royal Yacht
  •  With Chapman as their captain, the Victoria Dominoes went on to win both the 1939 and 1946 provincial and national titles. The 1946 team went undefeated during both the season and the playoffs and was named BC’s “Team of the Century."

Bill Robinson (2005)

  •  Played 4 years at SFU from 1970-1974
  •  MVP in 1970 Naismith Classic
  •  MVP at 1974 WLU Tourney
  •  MVP at 1974 Carleton Tournament 
  •  All-star at 1975 CIAU Championship
  •  Named to All-Tournament Team at 1974 World Championship
  •  Member of Canada's National Team during the 1976 Olympics

Joanne Sargent (2005)

  •  Won four Canada West titles and three national championships with UBC from 1968/69 until 1972/73
    •  She holds an unofficial record for career assists
  •  Member of Canada's National Team from 1970 until 1976
  •  Set the Olympic assist record at the 1976 Olympics
  •  At the Canadian university championships in Montreal in March 1973, Sargent received a standing ovation from the Montreal crowd
  •  Sargent's remarkable playing career continued well into the 1990s playing Senior 'B' basketball

Shirley Topley (2004)

  •  Won ten National Championships in the 1950's and early 1960's as a member of the Vancouver Eilers and Richmond Merchants women’s basketball teams
  •  Represented Canada as a member of the Canadian National Women's Team for 10 years
    •  Competed in two Pan Am Games
    •  In 1956, she represented Canada in both basketball and field hockey at the World Games.
  •  Although it was in softball that she gained the most fame, she also competed on an international level in basketball and field hockey, and dabbled in competitive soccer, track and field, racquetball and bowling.

George "Porky" Andrews (2004)

  •  Played for the University of Oregon from 1939-1942
    •  Was named team captain of the Oregon Ducks in the 1941/42 season
  •  Played for the Vancouver Hornets in the Pacific Coast Professional Basketball League from 1946-1948
  •  Won several Canadian national titles with the Victoria Blue Ribbons and the Victoria Dominoes from 1935-1946

Mary MacDonald (2004)

  •  Played at the University of Toronto in 1951-1953
    •  Competed for the Blues in Archery (1951-53) and Basketball (championship teams in 1951 and 1953).
  •  Competed in 10 national Basketball finals, played on six national champion club championship teams and was a member of the Canadian Basketball team at three Pan-American Games.
  •  Within a two-week period in 1965, she was named Most Valuable Player at the national championship tournaments in both Basketball and Volleyball.

Ilario "Eli" Pasquale (2004)

  •  Led UVic to five straight CIAU championships
    •  He stands as the school's all-time leading scorer
    •  Three-time CIAU all-star
    •  Had his jersey number 13 retired
  •  Member of the Canadian national team at various levels over 15 years
  •  Led the team in the 1984 and 1988 Olympics, three FIBA World Championships, and two Pan-American Games
  •  Drafted by the Seattle SuperSonics 106th overall in the fifth round of the 1984 NBA Draft and played in 3 exhibition games for the team before being released.

Norm Baker (2003)

  •  Became a member of the Victoria Dominoes at age 16, and would win three National Championships with the team (1939, '42, '46)
  •  The youngest player ever on a Canadian senior national championship team
  •  Turned pro in 1946 and played for the Chicago Stags, the 1947-48 Vancouver Hornets, and the 1949 New York Celtics (touring opponent of the Harlem 
    Globetrotters), and the 1950-51 and 1952-53 Boston Whirlwinds. In 1948, he joined Portland for post-season play in the pro world championships.
  •  Was the only non-American on a team billed as “The Stars of the World” that went on a thirteen nation tour of Europe and Africa in 1950. Baker was voted Canada’s “Outstanding Basketball Player of the Century” in 1950.

Darlene Currie (2003)

  •  Played in three Pan-American Games—1959, 1963 and 1967 in Winnipeg where Canada won a bronze medal.
  •  Coached the Canadian Women's National team
  •  Won three national senior women’s basketball titles in the 1960s
  •  She played on a team called the Retreads which won the first World Masters Championships in Edmonton in 1985, took silver in Denmark in 1989 and Bronze in Portland in 1998
  •  The Retreads reorganized to win the 2005 title again in Edmonton

Lars Hansen (2003)

  •  Started at Centennial Secondary School then went to the University of Washington
  •  Was selected in two NBA Drafts: first in 1976, by the Chicago Bulls, and then in 1977, by the Los Angeles Lakers
  •  Made his NBA debut in 1979 with the Seattle Supersonics
  •  Was named Player of the Year and scoring champion of the FIBA First Division Spanish League in 1981

Mike Jackel (2003)

  •  Played with Simon Fraser University from 1978 to 1982
    •  1940 points
    •  Two time NAIA District All-Star (1981 & 1982) and NAIA All-American (the first Clan to player to achieve this status).
    •  In the 1981 - 82 season he scored 995 points and led the NAIA with 28.9 points per game
  •  Played professional basketball in Germany, scoring over 10,000 career points and winning four National Championships and four German Cups.
  •  Member of the German National Team for 9 years, appearing in three European Championships and winning the 1993 gold medal -- the first German national team to do so

Bev Smith (2003)

  •  Played on the Canadian National Women's Teams starting with the junior national squad in 1977 until her retirement in 1996
    •  Including the 1984 and 1996 Olympics
    •  Won a bronze medal at the 1986 World ChampionshipNamed to the FIBA All-World Team after helping the Canadian Team claim the bronze medal at the 1979 World Championship in Seoul, Korea
  • ​Played and coached internationally in Italy for 15 years
  •  Played at the University of Oregon where she was a two time All American and GTE Academic All-American

Jay Triano (2003)

  •  Played at SFU from 1977-1981 where he broke or equaled eleven school men's basketball records, including having the most career points with 2,616
  •  Was a national team player from 1977 to 1988
    •  Captained the team from 1981 to 1988
    •  Played in the 1984 and 1988 Olympics
    •  Led the Canadian team that won Gold at the 1983 World University Games  
  •  Played three seasons of professional basketball, two in Mexico and one in Turkey
  •  Was drafted in the eighth round of the 1981 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Lakers, but never played in the NBA
  •  Was also drafted by the Calgary Stampeders in the sixth round of the CFL Draft 


Neil Brown (2020)

Elmer Speidel (2020)

Terry Mitchell (2020)      

Mel Bishop (2019)

Deb Huband (2017)

  •  The longest serving and most successful coach in UBC’s women’s basketball history
  •  An overall winning percentage of over .660
  •  Winningest coach in the Canada West- earned her 400th win in 2014
  •  Only UBC basketball coach to win 3 national championships
    •  2003-04, 2005-06, 2007-08 –gold
    •  2006-07, 2011-12, 2014-15 – silver
  •  CIS (now U Sports) Coach of the year 2003-04
  •  2008 – Basketball BC University Coach of the year
  •  Involvement with Canadian Teams
    •  assistant coach SWNT at Sydney 2000
    •  mentor coach for Cadette women at FIBA Worlds in 2010
    •  head coach 2003 FISU team
    •  assistant coach FISU team 2005
    •  assistant coach U20 Canadian team – 2006
    •  coach FISU team – Serbia 2009
  •  3x U Sports All Canadian
  •  One of few players to both play and coach in the Olympic Games

Ken Dockendorf (2015)

  •  Long-time coach at Maple Ridge Secondary (1970-present)
  •  Won a BC High School Boys Championship in 1986 with Maple Ridge Secondary
  •  Recipient of a 2014 Sport BC President’s Award
  •  Major Contributor to the BC High School Boys Basketball Association for over 40 years

Bruce Enns (2014)

  •  In his 15 seasons as UBC men’s basketball head coach, Bruce re-built the Thunderbirds program into national contender and helped resurrect a program that enjoyed a level of excellence that’s has continued to the present
  •  In Enns second season he guided the Thunderbirds to the CIAU national championship game appearance after winning the Canada West title and ending the streak of seven straight national titles by the University of Victoria
  •  After that season he was named the Sport BC Coach of the Year (across all sports)
  •  Enns was named the CIAU Coach of the Year three times (1990, 1991, 1992) while at UBC
  •  He also won the honour once at the University of Winnipeg, giving him four in all, the second most in Canadian University Men’s Basketball history
  •  He was inducted into the Manitoba Basketball Hall of Fame in 2001
  •  Bruce also served as an assist coach of the Canadian national team program under three different senior men coaches

Allison McNeill (2013)

  •  SFU Women’s Basketball Coach for 13 years
    •  Record 363-79
  •  Head Coach of the Canadian National Women's Team from 2001-2012
  •  2012 Olympic Games top 8
  •  McNeill’s players were named NAIA All-Americans 15 times, while two were named the NAIA Player of the Year
  •  Assistant Head Coach for the University of Oregon from 2001-2005
  •  Basketball BC Head Coach Centre for Performance
  •  Has given clinics at all levels of coaching, having mentored over 1000 coaches

Rich Chambers (2013)

  •  Coached for over 40 years at many levels
  •  Numerous Canada Basketball Coaching appointments including U19 World Championship Team
  •  Has held coaching positions at UBC, SFU, and UVic
  •  Chambers has won many coaching awards including the Tom Tagami Award (2008), B.C. High School Coach of the Year (2003, 1985) and Gary Scott Award for coaching excellence (1998)
  •  Centre for Performance Head Coach for Basketball BC

Tim Frick (2013)

  •  Has been inducted into the Canadian Wheelchair Basketball Hall of Fame four times as a part of four different teams (1992, 1996, 1998, 2002)
  •  Head Coach of Canadian Women’s National Wheelchair Basketball Team from 1990-2009
  •  Tim Frick is widely recognized as one of the world’s greatest wheelchair basketball coaches of all-time.
  •  He led Canada to an astounding decade-long undefeated streak in major international competition, including an unprecedented three consecutive Paralympic gold medals (1992, 1996, 2000) and four consecutive World Championship titles (1994, 1998, 2002, 2006).

Rich Goulet (2012)      

  •  Coached at the Grade 7 (1965-1968) Grade 8 and Junior levels on numerous occasions, several times coaching three different teams the same year
  •  Founded and administered Steve Nash Youth Basketball in Pitt Meadows
  •  He has been a Senior Boys’ coach since 1971
    •  10 years at St. Thomas More (9 as a senior coach)
    •  Past twenty-eight years at Pitt Meadows
      •  BC AAA Champions in 1989 and 2000
    •  Has won six provincial titles
  •  Coached 11 BC Provincial teams 

Bruce Langford (2012)

  •  Coaches at SFU from 2001-present
    •  Won 5 CIS National Championships as SFU Head Coach
  •  Coached 21 years in the B.C. school system, where he coached in Langley and then at Mission, Hatzic and Heritage Park
  •  At Hatzic, Langford won a provincial AA championship in 1994
  •  In 1998, began his first season at Heritage Park, where he was the architect of one of the strongest high school programs in B.C. history
    •  Two straight AAA Provincial Championships and in 2001 a Reebok National Championship after completing an undefeated season.
  •  Won two BC Summer Games Gold Medals and two Canada Summer Games Gold Medals

Jake Braun (2011)

  •  Coached at MEI for 8 years
    •  Won four Fraser Valley championships
    •  One Jr. Boys Provincial championship
    •  Two Sr. Boys Provincial championships
  •  Accepted a coaching job at TWU in 1970
  •  Transforming the team from perennial underachievers to winning championships over colleges ten times their size in a span of four years.
  •  Jake Braun introduced his ‘system’, now known as a shuffle offence In addition, one should not overlook the fact that he coached every boys’ team and used his PE classes liberally for additional ‘practices’

Gordon Herbert (2010)

  •  Started coaching career in 1996 coaching all across Europe
    •  Won the German title in 2004 with Opel Skyliners
    •  French cup in 2007 and Finish cups in 2009 and 2010
  •  He was an assistant for the Toronto Raptors in 2008/09
  •  He coached the Georgian National Team in 2005/06
  •  Coach of the Finnish Junior National Team from 1995-1997
  •  Assistant coach for the Canadian National Team at the World Championships in 2002

Joe Kupkee (2010)

  •  Coached both boys and girls in the BC school system for 18 years
  •  Had back to back undefeated seasons with the Salmon Arm Jewels in 1977 and 1978.
  •  Influenced many people including basketball players and coaches Allison McNeill and Bev Smith

Bill Disbrow (2009)

  •  Has coached at Richmond High for over 30 years
    •  Appearing in ten BC AAA Provincial Championships
    •  Winning a record 5 BC AAA Provincial Championships
    •  5 BC MVP’s, 25 All-stars
    •  Coached players to University, NCAA and Canada National Men’s teams
  •  His 1988 Richmond Colts team was named the top BCHSBBA boys team of all time by The Province.
  •   and many players who have gone on to play in the NCAA and on the Canada national men's basketball team

Lance Hudson (2009)

  •  Coached various teams in the Vancouver Senior Men's League from 1945-1965
  •  Was the head coach of the National Team that represented Canada in the 1956 Olympics where they won a silver medal
  •  Coached many youth basketball players

Duncan McCallum (2009)

  •  Coached at Langara from 1970-1991
    •  Had a 70% college coaching win average, and is one win shy of 500 wins
    •  Led Langara 10 Provincial Championship titles
      •  7 consecutive titles from 1974-1980
    •  5 National Championship silver medals
  •  Won the Order of the Falcon Award (In recognition of dedication, integrity, respect & excellence to the Langara Athletics program) from Langara in 2002
  •  Has a Scholarship named after him, DUNCAN MCCALLUM ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP is for students who are enrolled at Langara College

Gary Taylor (2008)

  •  Coached at Oak Bay High School throughout the 1960’s
    •  Won Island Championships in 1961, 1965, 1967, 1968 and 1969
    •  Won two BC Boys Provincial Championships in 1964 and 1968
  •  Coached very successful swimming and track and field teams at Oak Bay.  
  •  Coached at Uvic from 1973-1977
  •  Won a Canada West title in 1975

Jon Lee Kootnekoff (2007)

  •  Has coached numerous players who have played on Canada’s national team during the last 45 years
  •  He has played on and coached six senior “A” bas­ket­ball teams to the Cana­dian Cham­pi­onships 
  •  He coached the SFU Clans­men men’s bas­ket­ball team for 10 years
  •  He is a leader in the self-esteem move­ment with a mes­sage that speaks to all and is rel­e­vant to peo­ple from all walks of life, includ­ing:  cor­po­rate board­rooms, First Nations com­mu­ni­ties, schools, com­mu­nity groups, sports teams, and classrooms.

Ken Shields (2006)

  •  Coached UVic from 1978-1989,
    •  Won 7 consecutive CIS championships
  •   Named CIS Coach of the Year three times with the Vikes and once during the 1970s and his six years as head coach of Laurentian University.
  •  Basketball coach with the most wins in CIS men's basketball history with UVic
  •  Coaches the Canadian National Men's Team for five years (1990-1994)
  •  In 1999 he was inducted into the Canadian Basketball Hall of Fame and was awarded the 2007 James Naismith Award by Canada Basketball, for a significant lifelong contribution to basketball in Canada

Al Bianco (2006)

  •  Coached the Salmon Arm Jewels
    •  Made the BC Provincial Championships 13 years in a row 1958-1970
    •  Won 7 BC Provincial Championships during that span
  •  Won a BC Senior 'B' Championship for Women with the Jewels in 1962

Kathy Shields (2005)

  •  Has won 8 national CIAU (CIS) titles in her 22 years with UVic
  •  Won two CIAU Coach of the Year awards
  •  21 of Shields’ athletes have been named CIS First or Second Team All-Canadians and she was twice-named CIAU/CIS Coach of the Year and nominated Canada West Coach of the Year an incredible nine times.
  •  Diagnosed with breast cancer in 2001. In the fall of 2007 the University of Victoria Vikes men’s and women’s basketball teams played their first “Shoot for the Cure” event, an initiative that was launched as a result of Shields’ battle with breast cancer. It has grown from a single event in Victoria to a cross-country CIS campaign that has raised over half a million dollars in donations ($512,394.58). 
  •   Team Canada Coach from 1981-1984

Stan Stewardson (2005)

  •  Coached at North Delta High School in 1964
    •  In eight seasons, his record as a Senior Boys coach was 241 wins and 68 losses
    •  He won league championships in six of these eight years.
  •  Received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Metro Vancouver Basketball Foundation in 2004
  •  Built Simon Fraser University men's basketball into a winning program in two separate decades. Stewardson guided the Clan to successful seasons once in in the 1970s and again in the 1980s on both occasions taking the team from single-digit victories to 20-win seasons.
  •  Stewardson coached 11 national team players and 16 went on to professional careers, including B.C. hall of fame player Jay Triano.

Peter Mullins (2004)

  •  Coached at UBC for 20 years setting a record for longest serving UBC basketball coach
    •  Won 7 Canada West Championships
    •  Won two Canadian University Championships in 1970 & 1972
  •  Coached Canada’s National Team where he piloted a new four-year program of selection and training of Canadian players in preparation for the 1971 Pan-Am Games and the 1972 Olympics 


Jim Cervo (2020)

Bill Denney (2019)

George Siborne (2017)

  •  Began officiating in 1941 and continued until 1976, holding his FIBA license from 1964 – 1976
  •  Officiated numerous high school, Dogwood and Senior leagues
  •  Pan Am Games
  •  Tokyo Olympics – first Canadian ref to be appointed to Olympics
  •  1967 – Montivideo World Championships – officiated 5 games
  •  1970 – World Champs in Yugoslavia
  •  1972 – Munich – called a number of pre-Olympic qualifiers 

Mike Thomson (2014)

  •  A basketball official for 35 years, including 20 years of international officiating.
  •  Officiated 9 CIS Men’s National Championship games.
  •  He was named British Columbia Sports Official of the Year in 2000.
  •  Officiated in the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia.
  •  Officiated the Men’s Gold Medal Game at the 2003 World University Games in Daequ, South Korea.
  •  He also officiated in the USA Basketball Olympic Men’s Team Training Camp in Jacksonville, Florida in 2004.

Dean McKinnon (2013)

  •  Refereed both Wheelchair and Stand-Up basketball for over 40 years
  •  Officiated at High School provincials, universities, Canada Summer games, international wheelchair tournaments and stand up basketball
  •  BC Wheelchair Basketball Official of the Year in 2000, 2005, 2010
  •  2003 – J.A. “Wink” Willox award by CABO

Bill Lynes (2011)

  •  Refereed from 1948-1978
    •  Officiated over 3000 total games during that time
  •  Officiated at all levels throughout the Lower Mainland, as well as nationally and internationally
  •  High School, college, junior college, senior men, and senior women
  •  Refereed 120 games a year on average

Bob Ogden (2010)

  •  In 1968 joined Vancouver and District Basketball Officials
  •  Refereed more than 3000 games during his 30 year career as an official
  •  Refereed for FIBA and the United States Basketball Federation
  •  Created the WACO (Western Association of Collegiate Officials) later becoming the WABO (Western Association of Basketball Officials)

Bill Crowley (2010)

  •  Started refereeing in Ontario in 1968
    •  22 years at the CIS level
    •  FIBA carded official for 12 years,
    •  3 world championships, 2 pre Olympic tournaments, a number of other international events
  •  Has refereed for NAIA and NCAA, as well as internationally
  •  President of BCBOA
  •  Recipient of CABO “Ted Earley & Wink Willox” awards

Harold Cronk (2006)

  •  Winner of the CABO “Wink” Willox Award in 1998
  •  Life member of the BCBOA
  •  Officiated the pre-Olympic qualifying tournament in Yokohama, Japan
  •  Has dedicated a lot of time and effort to the sport of basketball for more then 50 years

Bob Hall (2005)

  •  Began officiating in 1949 in Port Alberni
  •  In 1952 he organized the Chilliwack chapter of Basketball Officials
  •  He was the first educator and traveled through the Fraser Valley conducting officiating clinics
  •  In 1953 he organized the Kelowna Basketball Officials Association and created the Interior Referees Association
  •  Recognized with the Ted Earley award, the highest national award bestowed on a Canadian official  

John “Wink” Willox (2003)

  •  Received the “Ted Early Award” in 1982, Canada’s most prestigious award for basketball officials
  •  In the early 1940s, when he began to officiate basketball games, there were no rulebooks readily available. He personally bought two hundred rulebooks from the US, distributed them throughout BC, and during the next eight years spent his annual holidays conducting clinics throughout the province.
  •  Was the co-founder of the Vancouver & District Basketball Referees Association from 1942-48. He was the founder and executive member of the BC Basketball Officials Association
  •  Was one of the founding directors of the BC Sports Federation, known later as Sport BC
  •  The “Wink Willox Award” was created in his honour, awarded to individuals who made noteworthy contributions over an extended period to the advancement of basketball officiating at provincial and national levels.


Alex McKechnie (2022)

Len Corben (2019)
Bob Steeves (2018)

Doug Harshbarger (2017)

  •  Coached for 32 years – 1968-2000
  •  Coached Senior girls teams to 20 Provincial tournament appearances, winning an exceptional 5 AA Championships
  •  Sent many players from Nechako High in Vanderhoof to post secondary teams
  •  Member of numerous Provincial athletic associations
    •  BC High School Girls’ Basketball Association
      •  Commissioner 1991-98
      •  North Central Athletic Association – 1974-1998
      •  North Central Zone Rep – 1979-98
      •  Many years on the BC Girls Executive including the Commissioner role and on BCSS executive
  •  Individual Awards
    •  Basketball BC Coaching award
    •  Government of Canada Coaching award
    •  BCHSGBBA honourary Life Membership – their highest award
    •  BC School Sports Honour Award – their highest award
  •  Editor of Roundball Round Up (1980-98)

Devona Adams (2017)

  •  24 year officiating career that included:
    • ​GVBOA member since 1983
    •  Numerous provincial championships notably including:
      •  3 times selected to Boys AAA – first time in 1991 being the first female to officiate the Boys Champs in its 46 year history
    •  10 National Championships
    •  5 years officiating in USA as well as Canada
    •  Canada West Playoffs
  •  More work off the court
    •  14 years as a Greater Vancouver evaluator
    •  Assessment team leader for 9 years
    •  BCBOA clinician for 11 years
    •  Canada West clinician – many years
    •  GVBOA executive – 4 years
    •  BBC BCBOA liaison – 4 years
    •  BCBOA Executive – 4 years
    •  Organizer and host of FEMALE officials’ clinics on the Island
    •  Major developer of the Junior grizzlies (now SNYB) officials’ manual

Mel Briggeman (2017)

  •  Before the BCBOA Mel was instrumental in educating officials and bringing everyone up to date – in a friendly yet persuasive way
  •  For 30+ years Mel was the allocator/educator and also represented the Okanagan in numerous provincial meetings after the formation of the BCBOA
  •  Mel was also instrumental in working for years with the Vernon Special Olympics and his close friend John Topping who founded Funtastic

Howard Tsumura (2015)

  •  As a journalist, Howard has covered basketball at all levels from high school to professional
    • ​​Started his career working for local papers in BC, before joining The Province in 1990
    •  For The Province, Howard has covered high school sports, The Vancouver Grizzlies and the NBA, and college and university basketball
  • ​​His focus on covering basketball has been instrumental in profiling basketball in BC

Jack May (2015)

  •  Long-time coach, official and administrator of basketball in the Okanagan
  •  Was the driving force behind the first ever Western Canada Tournament in 1974, which today stands as one of the top high school boys tournaments in Canada
    •  Served as the Tournament Director of the first tournament and has been involved on the organizing committee since
    •  Over the years, the Western Canada Tournament has brought some of the top high schools from the Western Canadian provinces to Kelowna
  •  Recipient of numerous awards including:
    •  The Bob Giordano Memorial Award for his voluntary service to amateur sport in Kelowna
    •  The J.A. “Wink” Willox Award of Merit from the Canadian Association of Basketball Officials
    •  A “30 Years of Service” Award from the B.C. Basketball Officials Association
    •  The BC School Sports Honour Award

Larry Street (2014)

  •  He has coached high school basketball for the past 33 years.
  •  During his 33 years of coaching he has won 817 games, 379 loses.
  •  He has taken Notre Dame Secondary, Terry Fox Secondary, Port Moody Secondary and G.P. Vanier Secondary to AAA Boys Provincials.
  •  He is the only coach to have taken 5 different high schools to the High School BC’s.
  •  Street has coached the Western Canada Games Men’s BC Team in 1983 in Calgary, they ended up winning the Silver.
  •  He has also coached the U17 Provincial Girls Basketball Team in 1994 and 1995, they ended up winning the gold medal at the Western Juvenile Games in Edmonton.

Dan Miscisco (2012)

  •  Given over 1,000 basketball clinics involving over 60,000 participants since 1964
  •  Wrote “Innovative Basketball” in 1978 – sold more copies than any other basketball book in BC
  •  Fun has always been the focus at "Dynamic" Dan Miscisco's All-Star Summer Camps. Now Celebrating 43 years of giving youngsters a solid foundation in life skills through basketball, volleyball, multisport and Future Smart motivational camps.

John Buis (2012)

  •  Played for the North Delta Huskies from 1970 to 1973 and won the 1971 BCHSBBA 'AA' Championship (highest level at that time)
  •  First Team All Star in 1972 and 1973 at the BCHSBBA 'AA' Tournament
  •  Played for Vancouver Community College Falcons from 1973 to 1976 and won three BC College Championships, one Western Canadian College Championship and placed second in the first Canadian Community College Championship in 1975
  •  Involved with the BCHSBBA 'AA' then 'AAA' tournament from 1974 to 1991 as a Games Assistant, Assistant Tournament Director and from 1992 to 2013 was the Tournament Director
  •  President of Basketball BC from 2000 to 2003 and again from 2005 to 2011
  •  Represented Canada on the Central Board of FIBA America’s Board of Directors as one of three Canadian representatives from 2006-2010
  •  Basketball BC Special Merit Award 1996, Sport BC Presidents Award (BC School Sports) 2000, Honourary Member BCHSBBA 2003, Basketball Canada’s Provincial President of the Year in 2007, Life Member Basketball BC 2011 (first one)
  •  Delta Sports Hall of Fame inductee as a Sport Builder 2010

John Olsen (2011)

  •  Played at Boise State, UBC, and for the national team
  •  Was appointed as Basketball BC's first Executive Director in 1972
  •  Was both a builder and a referee in the Prince Rupert All Native Basketball Tournament
  •  Got 1st team all star in 1960-62, Prince Rupert, led his team to the finals in 1960

Mel Davis (2011)

  •  Was a member of the Harlem Globetrotters for 18 years
  •  Founded the Kitsilano Youth Basketball League in 1998
  •  After playing basketball professionally, he returned to the NBA and began a long career running player programs; orientating rookies and helping players make a smooth transition to the world post-basketball.
  •  In 2005, appointed to the position of Executive Director of the National Basketball Retired Players Association.
  •  Has been involved in such ambitious community service projects as the NBA’s Read to Achieve program.

Jack Pomfret (2008)

  •  Is UBC's longest serving coach, serving for 37 years (1946-1987)
  •  Won five Western Canadian championships with men's basketball
  •  Was an assistant coach for the team that represented Canada at the 1956 Olympics
  •  At the time of his retirement on December 31, 1987, after 41 years on campus, he was still actively involved, establishing a scholarship fund for UBC students in Human Kinetics. 
  •  Throughout his career as an athlete, coach and one who sought to change and improve athletics at UBC, he felt that teaching kids was the most important responsibility

Harry Franklin Sr. (2008)

  •  Served as the commissioner of the local Junior Men's League in the early 1960's
  •  Became the first full-time Executive Director of the Canadian Amateur Basketball Association in 1970
  •  Harry Franklin was appointed the first executive director and basketball became one of the first sports in Canada to have a governing body with a full-time employee

Stan Stronge (2008)

  •  Formed the first wheelchair basketball team in BC (the Dueck Powerglides) in 1950
  •  Instrumental in the foundation of the Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association and the Vancouver Wheelchair Basketball Society
  •  Was the co-founder of the Canadian Wheelchair Sports and Recreation Association in 1967. He was also the principle organizer of BC’s entry of a wheelchair team into the 1967 Pan American Games and did the same for international events in subsequent years until his retirement.
  •  Was honoured with the Order of Canada in 1981

Ed Pedersen (2007)

  •  Starred for Victoria High and UBC before beginning a 36-year coaching career at North Vancouver and Handsworth high schools.
  •  During his long involvement with the provincial boys’ championships, he was President of the BC High School Boys’ Basketball Association in 1970-71 when the tournament moved all of its games from UBC to the Pacific Coliseum and later chaired the committee which facilitated the move to General Motors Place (now Rogers Arena).
  •  Was a basketball statistician at the Montreal Olympics and for the Vancouver Grizzlies’ home games. 
  •  Was founder of the provincial high school boys’ basketball rankings which spawned similar rankings in many BC school sports.
  •  Was honoured with life memberships in the BCHS boys’ basketball association, the North Shore Secondary School


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