The Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame is a non-profit established in 1990 to honor outstanding people, living or deceased, who gained prominence and have made substantial contributions in the fields of professional and amateur sports on behalf of themselves and Suffolk County. The Hall of Fame has exhibits at Fairfield Properties Ballpark, (home of the Long Island Ducks), Town of Huntington Townhall, the Section XI offices in Farmingville, Long Island Sports and Rehabilitation in Holbrook and Long Island MacArthur Airport.

Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame: Club 369


Congratulations to the current Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame Inductees, who have made major contributions to professional and amateur athletics.

As of 2022, there are 369 inductees across multiple categories.

We are in the process of updating our website and building out individual profile pages of all inductees, so check in frequently for more multimedia, information and highlights!


Full list of SSHOF Inductees
March 19, 2019

Kupchak Honors Recent Brentwood Top Scorer

We love it when Suffolk legends return to their alma mater. Mitch Kupchak, one of the best basketball talents in Long Island history, and a proud […]
March 5, 2019

Boomer & Gio Talk Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame on WFAN

We couldn’t have asked for a better six minutes of positioning on the biggest sports radio station on the planet, but it happened for the Suffolk […]
March 5, 2019

Fuchs Gets Another Hall of Fame Nod

Tracey Fuchs is good at piling on the hardware. Another year, another hall of fame induction. The Centereach native will be inducted to the National High […]
February 9, 2019

Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame, Town of Huntington Unveil New Exhibit

The Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame and the Town of Huntington have debuted a new exhibit at Huntington Town Hall as of February 2019. The exhibit […]
February 2, 2019

Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame Announces Class of 2019

The Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame has officially announced its Class of 2019 and inductees will be honored in a ceremony on May 16 at Watermill […]
December 9, 2018

James Metzger Hits Cover of Long Island Press

Suffolk Sports Hall of Famer, James C. Metzger, The Whitmore Group CEO and Chairman, is featured on the front page of the December issue of the […]
August 5, 2018

Bud Harrelson’s No. 3 Retired by Long Island Ducks

Bud Harrelson has done so much for Suffolk County, baseball and Long Island. It is with great joy to the Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame that […]
August 5, 2018

Pannell Breaks Own MLL Single-Season Scoring Record

Nothing like breaking your own records. Smithtown native and Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame inductee Rob Pannell is on the top of his professional game. Just […]
July 25, 2018

Pannell Wins Gold Medal with U.S. Men’s Lacrosse

Smithtown native and Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame inductee Rob Pannell has recorded another career highlight. He helped the U.S. Men’s Lacrosse Team win a gold […]
July 20, 2018

Cassese Selected for National Lacrosse Hall of Fame

Another major honor is in store for Suffolk Sports Hall of Famer, Kevin Cassese. The Comsewogue alum has been tabbed for induction to the National Lacrosse […]
July 6, 2018

Enners, Metzger Honored with Jersey Retirement

Ray Enners and James Metzger will forever be linked to Half Hollow Hills sports lore. Both are Suffolk Sports Hall of Famers and now both have […]
June 24, 2018

Suffolk’s Strong Hoops Lineage Evident in NBA Draft

The basketball lineage out of Suffolk County is strong. Not only are there dozens of former NBA players, but there were many top round draft selections. […]
June 23, 2018

NHL Draft Reminds of Gillies, Ferraro Brothers

There are only a handful of former hockey players and coaches in the Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame. That’s something we’ll address in the coming years. […]
June 20, 2018

Ambrosini Honored with Outfield Sign

Like any great legendary baseball coach, Bob Ambrosini now has the honor of having a sign in the outfield at his old stomping grounds. Connetquot honored […]
June 16, 2018

Suffolk Hall of Fame Connections Plenty at Empire Challenge

It starts with Boomer Esiason and trickles down from the top. There were so many Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame connections at this year’s Empire Challenge […]