Skyline College Hall of Fame

Frank Mangiola

The Skyline College Athletic Hall of Fame was established in 1985 under the leadership of Andy Ruiz. The purpose of the Hall of Fame then, and now, was to recognize not only the excellence of our student-athletes and programs but to strengthen the bond between Skyline College and the local community. Over the past three decades over 100 individuals have been inducted spanning all the sports offered at Skyline since the program began in 1969. The current Hall of Fame is located on the bottom floor of Building 3 on the Skyline campus. If you notice any errors or omissions, please contact Joe Morello.

Complete List of Hall of Fame Inductees

Skyline College Garlington Award

The Garlington Award is given in honor of Phil Garlington, the first President of Skyline College (1969-72). The award is given to a student-athlete who has competed at Skyline for two years, has achieved success in the classroom, has achieved personal / team / conference or state level success in their sport and plans on furthering their education at a four-year institution.

List of All Garlington Award Recipients

Skyline College Championships and Most Valuable Players

Since 1969, Skyline College has been providing a solid education for our students both in the classroom and on the playing fields / courts. Our teams have won over 50 conference, regional and state championships. Our alumni have achieved success at the collegiate, Olympic, national and professional level after finishing their career at Skyline College. Below are links to the conference and state championships and team MVP’s awarded and recognized by Skyline College.

Most Valuable Players, 1969-Present

Skyline College Championships


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