Missouri Sports Hall of Fame

Former Arizona Cardinals kicker Neil Rackers introdces himself as former St. Louis Blues defenseman Bob Plager (L) and winger Kelly Chase, listen in during announcements that the three will be part of the Class of 2014 for the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, in Creve Coeur, Missouri on October 2, 2014. Enshrinement ceremonies will take place on November 6, 2014. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Missouri Sports Hall Names New Inductees

Bob Plager, Kelly Chase, Pete Weber among the honorees


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LISTEN: Shannon Named Missouri Sports Legend

Cardinals broadcaster Mike Shannon has been named a Missouri Sports Legend, the 26th such honor given by the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame.


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Ron Jacober Enters Missouri Sports Hall of Fame

Longtime KMOX sportscaster is humble about the honor.


Saint Louis University Billikens Head Coach Rick Majerus (R) shakes hands with Athletic Director  Chris May after getting his 500th career win at the Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis on December 10, 2011.  Saint Louis defeated Illinois-Springfield 72-62.  UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Sports on a Sunday: Chris May, Les Snead & Damon Bruce

Only months since taking the Bills back to the NCAA Tournament, Coach Majerus stepped down due to health issues that eventually took his life. SLU Athletic Director Chris May joined Tom Ackerman.

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Jim Edmonds Heads Mo. Sports Hall Class of 2012

He’ll join Jon Sundvold, Mel Gray, and ten others.


Monsignor Louis Meyer, better known as "the Soccer Priest," shown receiving his award for being inducted into the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame by president Greg Maracek in November 2010, has died at the age of 92 in St. Louis on May 14, 2011. Meyer, who was credited with building the Archdiocesan Catholic Youth Council (CYC) in 1946, watched the program grow to over 90 thousand participants today. UPI/Bill Greenblatt/FILES

Monsignor Louis Meyer Dies at 92

Man known as the “Soccer Priest” touched many athlete lives


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