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 2013

2013 Hall of Fame Inductees:

Courtney Swaim Trimble (Golf) Duluth High School, Darius Walker (Football) Buford High School, Coach Dave Hunter (Football) Brookwood High School, Louis Williams (Basketball) South Gwinnett High School, Sherill Baker (Basketball) Greater Atlanta Christian School, Josh Wolff (Soccer) Parkview High School

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Courtney  Swaim
Courtney Swaim
Hall of Fame Class 2013 | Duluth High School, Class of 1997 | Golf
  • 1998 individual state high school champion
  • 3 time Gwinnett County Female Golfer of the Year
  • Played on boys and girls high school golf team
  • All-SEC, Auburn University
  • Played in two U.S. Opens, finishing T-61st in 2004
  • Member of 2002 victorious, U.S. Curtis Cup team
  • 2002 NCAA First-team All-American at Auburn University, where her team finished 2nd in the NCAA Championship in 2002
  • Member of Futures Tour, LPGA feeder tour, before entering coaching
  • Courtney spent three and a half years as an assistant coach at her alma mater, Auburn University, where she helped coach the Tigers to the 2006 and 2009 SEC Championships and mentored 3 first team All-Americans
  • Current Head Coach at the University of Louisville, former Head Coach at the University of Central Florida
Darius Walker
Darius Walker
Hall of Fame Class 2013 | Buford High School | Broadcaster
  • 2003 scored 46 touchdowns, breaking Herschel Walker’s GA high school single-season record of 42
  • 2003 Gwinnett County Back of the Year
  • 2003 Parade Magazine All American
  • 2004 Offensive Player of Year - GA Athletic Coaches Association
  • 2004 Running Back of the Year -Touchdown Club of Atlanta
  • 2004 scholar athlete recipient Watkins Award, presented by National Alliance of African American Athletes, NAAA
  • 2004 Player of Year - Gwinnett Daily Post, Gainesville Times, Fox 5 TV Sports Team
  • 2003 Georgia Player of the Year, Gatorade
  • 2003 Georgia Player of the Year, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • Notre Dame, during first season for the Irish set the freshman rushing record, gaining 786 yards on 185 carries (4.2 average), and breaking a 30-year-old school record
  • Led the Irish in rushing in all three seasons
  • Recorded the sixth-best single-season rushing total in Notre Dame history as a junior with career-high 1,267 yards on 255 carries and holds career record for most receptions as a running back at Notre Dame
  • Ranked 4th All-time for career rushing yards at Notre Dame, 4th in school history to eclipse 1,000 rushing yards in consecutive seasons
  • NFL 2007-2010, Houston Texans, Denver Broncos
  • College football analyst for FOX in Los Angeles, CA
  • ESPN and Fox Sports Broadcaster
Coach Dave Hunter
Coach Dave Hunter
Coach | Hall of Fame Class 2013 | Brookwood High School | Football
  • Credited with bringing successful football model to Gwinnett
  • Accomplished a number of firsts, including GCPS' first state title in football in 1996
  • Longtime representative on the Georgia High School Assoc. Exec. Committee
  • Coach 1996 Brookwood HS football state champions
  • 149-35 in 15 years in Gwinnett County
  • Region Coach-of-the-Year, 6 times
  • State of Georgia Coach-of-the-Year, 2 times
  • NFL National Coach-of-the-Year, 1 time- 1996
  • Region Athletic Director-of-the-Year, 3 times
  • AAAA/AAAAA Athletic Director-of-the-Year, 2 times
  • Statewide Athletic Director-of-the-Year, 2 times
  • Nicknamed“ the Godfather” of Gwinnett football by Gwinnett coaches
  • Widely acknowledged as responsible for starting the tremendous athletic facility development in Gwinnet County
  • Member Georgia HS Association’s Executive Committee, GHSA
  • Longtime executive director of the Touchdown Club of Gwinnett until retirement
  • Executive director of the Corky Kell Kickoff Classic
  • Master of Science degree
  • Inducted into the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame
Josh Wolff
Josh Wolff
Hall of Fame Class 2013 | Parkview High School | Soccer
  • Helped U.S. to best-ever finish in the World Cup, advancing to the quarterfinals
  • Started and assisted first goal of World Cup win over Mexico
  • Played every minute for U.S. in fourth-place finish at 2002 Olympics U.S. National Team Man of the Match twice
  • Once in World Cup qualifying win over Mexico
  • MLS player since 1998 for Chicago Fire and Kansas City Wizards
  • Voted U.S. Soccer Youth Player of the Year in 1998
  • Led Parkview to two state titles with 64 career goals
  • Helped Panthers to 57-match streak without a loss
  • Represented the United States in the 2002 and 2006 World Cups
  • Pushed the US to their best-ever Quarterfinal finish in 02' World Cup with an assist in the 2nd Round win over Mexico
  • At the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, led the US team in scoring, giving the US its highest finish of 4th Place
  • Played 14 years in MLS, playing for the Chicago Fire, Kansas City Wizards, and DC United, finished career with 80 goals, 49 assists in 267 games
  • Won an MLS Championship in 98', and 3 US Open Cup Championships in 98', 00', 04'
  • Voted US Soccer Youth Player of the Year in 1998
  • Voted Georgia High school Soccer Player of the Year in 1995
  • Helped Parkview Panthers to a 57-match unbeaten streak, winning two State Titles and scoring 64 career goals
  • Retired at end of 2012 season and is currently an assistant coach at DC United

National Soccer's Hall of Fame 2017 nominee

Louis Williams
Louis Williams
Hall of Fame Class 2013 | South Gwinnett High School | Basketball
  • Second all-time leading scorer in Georgia high school basketball history 
  • Four-time All-State athlete
  • Led South Gwinnett to AAAAA Georgia State Championship
  • Averaged 27.5 points, 6.6 rebounds and 5.2 assists per game
  • Voted “Most Athletic" Senior Superlative - 2005
  • University of Georgia's "Mr. Basketball" during junior and senior year
  • NBA Athlete – Philadelphia 76ers (2005-2012), Atlanta Hawks (2012-Present)
  • Gwinnett’s first male athlete named Naismith Prep Player of the Year - 2005
  • McDonald's All-American East Team - 2005
  • Founded Lou Williams Foundation to encourage student scholastic achievement - 2007
  • Hosts annual summer camp at South Gwinnett High School for  athletes ages 10–16