Two New BASHOF Board Members: Henry Loubet & Chris Rivielle

The Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame (BASHOF), whose mission is to enshrine the great athletes of the region and to help unprivileged kids play sports announces the appointment of Henry Loubet and Chris Rivielle to the BASHOF Board of Directors. Henry Loubet is CEO of...

Kevin O’Brien, President/CEO of BASHOF is retiring

Kevin O’Brien, the President and CEO of the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame (BASHOF), who for the past six years has led the transformation of BASHOF from a small non-profit to a robust Bay Area organization, will retire from his position at the end of his...
Tim Hardaway

Tim Hardaway

He played his college ball at University of Texas El Paso, known as UTEP, so the move by Tim Hardaway, the crossover dribble, was nicknamed “The UTEP Two-Step.”  But Hardaway, originally from Chicago, could do so much more than put the basketball on the floor. The...
Matt Cain

Matt Cain

Durability and dominance separated Matt Cain from even the most accomplished San Francisco Giants. He amassed 12 years and 38 days of continuous major league service time, more than any Giant who played exclusively for the ballclub since its 1958 move west. Cain also...
Harris Barton

Harris Barton

Harris Barton, from his right tackle position with the 49ers, protected two future Hall of Fame quarterbacks. Barton likened Joe Montana’s style to that of a symphony conductor, and said Steve Young was more like the leader of a “jam session.” Both quarterbacks...