Gwinnett County Sports Hall of Fame

Join us for the 2019 Gwinnett County Sports Hall of Fame Induction - Event Date TBD

Hall of Fame Class of 2012

2012 Hall of Fame Inductees:

Scott Hage (Wrestling) Parkview High School, Coach Karl Bostick (Parkview Athletic Director), Susan Brandau Hawkins (All-Around) Parkview High School, Coach Jan Azar (Basketball) Wesleyan, David Greene (Football) South Gwinnett High School, Jason Elam (Insert picture) (Football) Brookwood High School.

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Gwinnett Daily Post Article

Coach Karl Bostick
Coach Karl Bostick
Player/Coach | Hall of Fame Class 2012 | Parkview High School | Football

Athletic Director

  • Parkview High School Cross Country and Soccer Coach and Athletic Director
  • State Championships - 44 during tenure
  • Athletic program ranked #7 in the nation by Sports Illustrated Magazine - 2005
  • GADA Director's Cup signifying top athletic program in the state - 2003, 2005
  • State AAAA athletic director of the year - 1996

Cross Country

  • 11 County Championships
  • 11 Region Championships
  • 6 State Championships - 1980, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1990, 1993
  • 4 State Runners-Up
  • Georgia Track and Field and Cross Country Hall of Fame - 2011
  • Gwinnett County Cross County Hall of Fame - 2011

Soccer

  • 10 Region Championships
  • State Semi-Finals 11 times, and the State Finals 8 times
  • 5 State Championships - 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 2001
  • 3 State Runners-Up
  • 57 game unbeaten streak tying state record - 1993-1995
  • 5 State Coach of the Year
  • NSCAA Southeastern Region Coach of the Year and nominated for National Coach of the Year in 1993
  • Record while at Parkview 302-60-25
  • 8 teams ranked in top 20 nationally
  • Coached 4 players that went on to play in the MLS, one of whom (Josh Wolfe) was also in the United States Men's National Team, played in two World Cups and is a 2013 Gwinnett County Sports Hall of Fame Inductee.
David Greene
David Greene
Hall of Fame Class 2012 | South Gwinnett High School | Football
  • Standout in Football and Baseball
  • Gwinnett County Co-Offensive Player of the Year
  • Georgia Sports Writers Association AAAA All-State (football)
  • Class AAAA All-State honors (football)
  • Georgia Touchdown Club Quarterback of the Year
  • Gwinnett Touchdown Club All-Star Quarterback
  • Atlanta Touchdown Club Quarterback of the Year
  • Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11 honors
  • USA Today All-USA Honorable Mention honors
  • Super Southern 100 honors
  • University of Georgia notable start in Tennessee, “hobnail boot” game
  • SEC Freshman of the Year – 2001
  • SEC Offensive Player of the Year – 2001
  • Sugar Bowl victory – 2002
  • SEC Championship Game MVP – 2002
  • Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award finalist – 2004
  • SEC record 11,528 yards, 72 touchdown passes
  • Top 5 Quarterback in NCAA Division I history – 42 wins
  • Drafted by the NFL Seattle Seahawks – 2005
Jan Azar
Jan Azar
Coach | Hall of Fame Class 2012 | Wesleyan School | Basketball

• State Girl’s Basketball Coach of the Year - Atlanta Journal-Constitution - 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
• No Team, Male or Female, has Won 8 Titles in 9 Years
• Coached Most Girl’s State Championships in Georgia history
• Bobby Cremins Georgia Girls Coach of the Year (All Classifications) - 2006, 2010
• Metro Atlanta Prep Coach of the Year (All Classifications) - 2009, 2011
• Georgia Sports Writers Association State Coach of the Year - 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010
• Region Coach of the Year - 2001, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2009
• Gwinnett Tipoff Club Coach of the Year - 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
• Gwinnett Daily Post Coach of the Year - 2002, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2012
• Atlanta Journal Constitution Gwinnett County Coach of the Year - 2006, 2012
• Atlanta TipOff Club Coach of the Year - 2012
• Naismith Awards, Metro Atlanta Coach of the Year
• ESPN National Team Ranking 35th in 2009, 20th in 2011, 18th in 2012
• State Runner-Up - 2001, 2007
• First girl’s coach in state history to win 9 State Championships in 11 seasons - 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012

Jason Elam
Jason Elam
Hall of Fame Class 2012 | Brookwood High School, Class of 1988 | Football
  • Letterman – Football, Swimming, Track
  • First-team All-County (football)
  • Second-team All-State (football)
  • Brookwood record - 52-yard field goal, 73-yard punt
  • All American at The University of Hawaii
  • Kodak All-American
  • Drafted to NFL Denver Broncos – 1993
  • No player in NFL history has scored more points for one team
  • Three-time Pro Bowler
  • NFL record for consecutive Points after Touchdown
  • Longest NFL career in Gwinnett, 17 seasons
  • Pro Bowl Selection – 1995, 1998, 2001
  • Leads NFL in points scored and field goals as Broncos all-time leading scorer
  • 436 of 540 career field goals (80.7 percent)
  • Cleats on display in Pro Football Hall of Fame, tied Tom Dempsey‘s record for longest field goal in NFL history – 63 yards
  • Member of Colorado Sports Hall of Fame
  • Two-time Super Bowl Champion with the Broncos – 1995,1996
  • Pro Football Hall of Fame Nominee
Scott Hage
Scott Hage
Hall of Fame Class 2012 | Parkview High School, Class of 1991 | Wrestling
  • All-American Wrestler - 1991
  • Individual Record Holder - 1989, 1991, 1991
  • Most pins in a season - 1990 (31)
  • Most pins in a career - 1987-1991 (107)
  • Most takedowns in a career - 1987-1991 (524)
  • Wrestling USA Magazine's All-American Dream TEam - 1989-1990
  • First Georgian to win four consecutive AAAAA high school state championships
  • Full wrestling scholarship to top 20 program West Virginia University
  • three-time NCAA Wrestling Qualifier
  • 17th Annual Dapper Dan Team USA Selection
  • West Virginia University Mountaineer Team Captain - 1996