The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) has announced its 2024 Hall of Fame Inductees. The induction ceremony will be held Tuesday, July 9 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Bloomington-Minneapolis South as part of the annual NSIC Summer Kickoff event. A social will begin at 5:30 p.m. followed by the ceremony at 6:00 p.m. Reserve your tickets for the banquet by visiting and filling out the on-line Hall of Fame Banquet Registration Form. Registrations are due no later than July 1, as space is limited for this event.

The class of 2024 includes: Bryan Lippincott, Concordia University, St. Paul; John Alin, Minnesota State University Moorhead; Carly Boag, Minot State University, Matt Meuleners, Northern State University; Chris Pack, Southwest Minnesota State University; Shamus O’Grady, St. Cloud State University and the 2008-09 Minnesota State Women’s Basketball Team.

Founded in 1986, the Northern Intercollegiate Conference (NIC – the former men’s conference) Hall of Fame was established to recognize and honor those who made significant contributions to the conference, to create favorable publicity and public relations for the league and to help preserve the history of the NIC, its member institutions, student-athletes, and other significant individuals affiliated with the league. For the first two inductions (1986 and 1990) each selection hailed from the NIC. In 1992, the Northern Sun Conference (NSC – the former women’s conference) and the NIC merged, creating the current Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC). After annual inductions since 2000, the NSIC Hall of Fame will now boast over 200 members and three teams.

Each NSIC institution (who has been a league member for at least ten years) is asked to submit one candidate for consideration for induction into the Hall of Fame. Each of the candidates are derived from individuals who have been affiliated with the NSIC, NIC, NSC and their member institutions.

(info courtesy of NSIC)

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