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.


Clendon Thomas

Active in FCA as a speaker, leader and volunteer for 58 years, Thomas gave himself to the ministry through his platform as a standout athlete.

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Sylvia Hatchell

Hatchell has been a constant encourager and friend of FCA for over 25 years, speaking at campus Huddles and leading a women’s Bible study while amassing over 900 wins in a 38 year coaching career, standing number two all-time in women’s basketball history.

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Paul Dietzel

Coach Dietzel used his influence as one of the most recognized names in college sports to help pioneer FCA in its infancy as a board member, national speaker, donor, volunteer and coach.

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Don Chalmers

Chalmers’ involvement with FCA began when he attended one of the first sports camps in Estes Park, Colo. While at camp, he gave his life to the Lord and has since supported the ministry with his time, resources and vision.

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Frank Kelly III

Kelly, a member of the first FCA Lacrosse team, played a major role in the success of the FCA Lacrosse ministry and FCA in Maryland.

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Jose Campo

Campo, the 1994 National High School Wrestling Coach of the Year and member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, served as an FCA Huddle Coach at Mt. Carmel High School in San Diego for nearly two decades.

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Mark Johnson

During his 41-year baseball-coaching career, Mark Johnson participated faithfully in FCA Huddles across the country, often serving as speaker at FCA events and working as the head baseball clinician at FCA Camps.

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Dick Abel

Retired United States Air Force Brigadier General Dick Abel served as FCA President from 1988-92.

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Ron Brown

Ron Brown served as FCA’s State Director in Nebraska for four years in between stints as an assistant football coach at the University of Nebraska.

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Kathy Malone Sparks

Kathy Malone Sparks has been a champion for FCA for decades. A former collegiate student-athlete and distinguished athletic trainer, she was part of a team that helped create FCA Student Athletic Trainer Camps.

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