NIAAA Hall of Fame
NIAAA Hall of Fame induction is a means of recognizing interscholastic athletic administrators, promoting the vocation of athletic administration and preserving the heritage of the profession. This honor is the highest an athletic administrator can receive from the NIAAA for his/her contributions and accomplishments at the local, state and national level. Requirements include being retired, minimum 10 years as an athletic administrator, demonstration of accomplishments worthy of national recognition, must have contributions at the local, state and national level.
2011 – John Olson, CMAA, Madison Public Schools
2010 – John Klement, Monona Grove
2009 – Jim Teff, CMAA, South Milwaukee