DAVIS, Calif. - UC Davis Athletics proudly inducted four former student-athletes and an athletics administrator as its 34th Cal Aggie Athletics Hall of Fame class on Saturday (October 28). Additionally, longtime basketball game crew volunteer Tom Compton captured the Special Recognition Award, while former wrestler and mixed martial arts superstar Urijah Faber garnered the sixth Aggie Legacy Award.The video presentations shown at the induction breakfast is now available on the department's YouTube channel, and embedded before. All videos were written and produced by the athletics communications office, with narration provided by veteran Aggie broadcaster Scott Marsh. Photos come from the libraries of Wayne Tilcock (AggiePhoto.com), Mark Honbo (UC Davis Athletics), Todd Hammond (UC Davis men's golf), Sue Cockrell (Davis Enterprise), Randy Martin (UC Davis wrestling) plus courtesy of the inductees and award-winners. For more information on the CAAHOF, including past inductees and information on how to nominate future honorees, please visit here.
Urijah Faber - AGGIE LEGACY AWARD
Dylan Curtis - 2017 CAAHOF INDUCTEE
Heidi Kucera - 2017 CAAHOF INDUCTEE
Paige Mintun - 2017 CAAHOF INDUCTEE
Austin Graham - 2017 CAAHOF INDUCTEE
Bob Bullis - 2017 CAAHOF INDUCTEE
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