In conjunction with The OSCA’s
The Omaha Sports Hall of Fame was founded in 2006 with the goal of providing a permanent place to honor individuals with strong ties to Omaha and who have achieved tremendous success through athletics. The Omaha Sports Hall of Fame honors athletes and coaches who have highly excelled on their field of play. The Hall welcomes nominations of individuals who are either originally from Omaha or have spent a significant amount of time in the community.
The Omaha Sports Hall of Fame is currently housed at the Durham Museum in downtown Omaha.
“Teaming up with the Omaha Sports Commission will allow our organizations the ability to honor athletic achievement in our community in a manner that truly acknowledges individual and team excellence.”
Omaha Sports Hall of Fame
Angee Henry Nott
1989 Millard South High School Boy’s Basketball Team
1996 Creighton Soccer Team
Charles “Deacon” Jones
Omaha – 1935 Triple Crown winner
1985 Omaha Creighton Prep Football
Phil Cahoy Jr.
Phill Cahoy Sr.
Dean Thompson Jr.
1963-65 Omaha Ryan Pepsi Baseball Team
Dr. Jack Lewis
1963 Omaha Tech Basketball Team
1982 Westside Football Team
1991 Creighton Baseball Team
Jack Diesing Sr.
Jack Diesing Jr.
1954-55 Omaha University Football Team
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