Gwinnett County Sports Hall of Fame

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

Joyce Pierce
Joyce Pierce
Hall of Fame Class 2018 | Norcross High School | Basketball
  • 1989 Gwinnett County Player of the Year
  • 1992 All ACC Tournament Team
  • 2010 ACC Legend
  • Played professionally in France with SPO Rouen
  • Records currently at GA Tech:
  • Most Free throws attempted
  • Best Free throw percentage for a game 100%
  • Most free throws made in a game 20 out of 20
  • 2nd most points scored in a season 596  -Held record for 22 years
  • Most free throws attempted in a season
  • 1st Most free throws made in a season
  • 3rd in most double doubles
  • 2nd Highest scoring average per game
  • Lead Tech in scoring and rebounding all 3 years she played
  • Member of GA Tech’s 1000 point club
  • Most rebounds for GA Tech at an NCAA tournament game
  • First GT Player to receive Kodak All American Honorable Mention
  • USA Basketball U.S. Olympic Team Trials Invitee 1992
  • USA Basketball Jones Cup Member......Gold Medal (Taipai, Taiwan)
  • USA Basketball U.S. Junior National Team 1992
  • USA Basketball U.S. Olympic Festival South Team 1990
  • Elected ALL ACC all three of her years playing at GT
  • Record for Most points in a game at NHS (44)
  • Georgia Tech Women Out Front Honoree 2013

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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
Sherill Baker
Sherill Baker
Hall of Fame Class 2013 | Greater Atlanta Christian, Class of 2002 | Basketball
  • Led GAC to two state titles and scored 2,276 career pts
  • Started as freshman at UGA
  • All SEC, UGA
  • All American, UGA
  • Averaged 12.7 points per game at UGA and 1,665 career points put her 10th on the Bulldog’ all-time scoring list.
  • School record for steals in a career and steals in a season
  • Avg. 9.6 pts was third in SEC in steals 3 per game
  • Named Miss Georgia Basketball as a senior
  • Started in 122 pf 131 games
  • No. 10 on Georgia's all-time scoring list
  • Drafted 12th overall to WNBA
  • WNBA 4 seasons, as well as offseason stints with pro teams
  • 2011-12 retired averaging 24.4 pts per game for Hapol Tel Aviv Israeli League
  • Named to Auburn Basketball staff 2012
Stephen Harris
Stephen Harris
Hall of Fame Class 2015 | Norcross High School, Class of 2000 | Track/Field
  • Standout athlete at Norcross High School
  • Considered one of Gwinnett’s best ever all-around athletes
  • Holds Gwinnett County Championship Meet records in the 300M hurdles, 400M dash and the high jump
  • Member of four relay teams that hold Norcross High records
  • Three times All-County in track
  • All-County in cross country
  • Holds high school 400M dash
  • Broke University of Tennessee program record in the decathlon as a freshman
  • SEC Freshman of the Year
  • Two-time captain
  • Captain’s Award and Ironman Award at UT
  • Davis/Zwingle Scholarship, rising senior demonstrating exceptional campus leadership
  • Two NCAA team championships (2001) outdoors, (2002) indoors.
  • NCAA champion in the decathlon - University of Tennessee (2003)
  • Ranked No. 8 in the world, No. 4 in U.S. in decathlon while at UT
  • Only four-time All-American in the decathlon for the University of Tennessee
  • Active on Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and in student government
  • Part of USA team that competed against Germany (2001, 2002, 2003 and 2005)
  • Qualified at U.S. Olympic trials (2004)
  • U.S. Outdoor Track and Field National Championships – 4th decathlon (2005)
  • Joined the Harvard coaching staff (2009)
Jon Stinchcomb
Jon Stinchcomb
Hall of Fame Class 2014 | Parkview High School, Class of 1997 | Football
  • USA Today and Parade All-American 1997
  • All county/All state honors
  • Earned 4.0-grade-point-average in high school
  • 4 year starter at UGA from 1999-2002
  • Inducted into the UGA Circle of Honor
  • All-Academic honors in 2001-02
  • AFCA Good Works Team honors for community service
  • All-American offensive tackle for UGA in 2002
  • 3-time All-SEC
  • Captain on the 2002 UGA SEC Championship team
  • Semifinalist for 2002 Lombardi Award
  • One of six recipients of National Football Foundation scholarship
  • NCAA Top 8 award- recognizing 8 scholar athletes from any sport at any level in the NCAA for accomplishments on field, in community, and in classroom
  • Graduated with honors in microbiology and a minor in religion
  • Originally drafted 37th overall in the 2003 NFL Draft
  • Started 86 straight games
  • Voted by his teammates on the Saints as a season-long team captain
  • Won Super Bowl XLIV with the New Orleans Saints in 2009
  • Voted to the Pro Bowl in 2009
  • Named Saints' "Man of the Year" in 2008