Hall of Champions

FCA’s Hall of Champions was established in 1991 to honor individuals who have demonstrated a consistent commitment to Jesus Christ through the ministry of FCA. They are considered volunteer “All Stars” who have given above and beyond the call of duty and have upheld the Four Core Values of FCA:  Integrity, Serving, Teamwork and Excellence.

Dan Boyd

Dan Boyd has served FCA as a board member in Colorado for more than 50 years. He is currently the State Advisory Board Chairman and also served for six years National Board of Trustees. Boyd first became involved in FCA

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Heather Goodrich

Known in FCA circles as “Momma G,” Heather Goodrich has been immersed in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes for nearly her entire life, serving as a volunteer, Huddle Leader and board member. Goodrich was influential through FCA at Rising Starr

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Dave Krider

Now in his 56th year as sportswriter, Dave Krider pioneered prep sports’ national prominence and has a place in eight halls of fame for sports writing, penning articles for USA Today, Sports Illustrated and Max Preps. A 42-year FCA Huddle

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Dan Wooldridge

Dan Wooldridge serves as a Roanoke Valley FCA Board Member in Virginia, and he and his wife, Nancy, were one of the three families to establish Roanoke Valley FCA in 1964. Wooldridge pioneered sending student-athletes to FCA Camps and Bible

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Ken Sparks

Longtime Carson-Newman University football coach Ken Sparks served as an ambassador for Christ and FCA around the country. He spoke at countless FCA coaching clinics, banquets and rallies, presented the Gospel to his audiences and shared his faith with every

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Jon Randles

Jon Randles led hundreds of NCAA chapel services for schools such as Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Arkansas, Oklahoma and LSU—just to name a few. Randles also served as a much-sought-after FCA Camp pastor, sometimes booked five years in advance, and spoke at numerous FCA Fields of Faith events…

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Neil Marthedal

Neil Marthedal served FCA in many capacities on the local and national levels. He died in February 2015 at the age of 63. In California, he served as Central Valley Board Member, as Chairman of Central Valley Local Leadership Board and as an FCA Huddle Leader.

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William “Bill” Hawkins

William “Bill” Hawkins first partnered with FCA during his coaching career and began an FCA presence at many high schools where he coached football. Now, 50 years later, he has also served in FCA leadership at the local level for three decades.

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Dale Haralson

Dale Haralson served on FCA’s National Board of Trustees for many years, and his faithful service and commitment contributed to the success of FCA. He was also a long-time, faithful servant for many years locally, including as chair of the Tucson and Arizona boards for FCA.

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Leah O’Brien Amico

Leah O’Brien Amico is a three-time Olympic gold medal-winning softball player who uses her powerful platform and influence as a decorated and accomplished athlete to bring countless lives to a saving knowledge of Jesus by speaking at FCA events across the country.

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