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.

Nelson Price

Dr. Nelson Price served on the FCA Board of Trustees for many years and was Chairman from 1999-2005, during which time he brought on several new board members. Many of the members he recruited are still active with FCA today.

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Rick Rodriguez

ved as an FCA regional board member for 18 years in California and as a member of the FCA National Board of Trustees for two terms. He has been a longtime FCA friend, donor, supporter and prayer partner of the international sports ministry.

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Mark Richt

As an NCAA head football coach, Mark Richt was instrumental in hiring full-time FCA Chaplains at two major universities and has spoken at countless banquets and events for FCA throughout Florida and Georgia.

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Greg Nichols

As a football player at Gaithersburg High School in Montgomery County, Maryland, in 1969, Nichols’ life was changed at an FCA Camp in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, when a coach encouraged him to attend. Since then, Nichols has been a committed FCA financial supporter, engaged board member and volunteer for several decades.

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Tommy Nelson

He served as a speaker at numerous FCA Camps, Huddles and conferences and has impacted scores of staff.

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Trey Hillman

A professional baseball coach who has worked in the U.S., Japan and Korea and been involved in FCA in those countries for more than 30 years

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Ed Christopherson

The football coach and his wife, Sylvia, have impacted an entire town through FCA for more than 50 years. His passion for teaching, sports, students and Jesus made FCA a natural vehicle for ministry in his life, and the couple regularly invited athletes to their house for the FCA Huddle.

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Mac Barnes

He started an FCA chapter at Meridian High School in Mississippi in 1978 and has been involved with the international sports ministry ever since, serving on local and state FCA boards for 30 years.

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Don Cockroft

Don Cockroft is a longtime FCA donor and supporter who began the FCA Huddle at Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado. He has served as a local FCA board member and as a speaker at countless FCA Huddles and events.

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George Crace

George Crace is an FCA volunteer/coach who has been involved with the sports ministry for over 20 years. He has served as a Huddle Coach, FCA Camp football clinician and is a certified 3D Coach presenter.

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