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LAKELAND, Florida., October 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — South Florida College is proud to host the 2022 Small College Basketball Hall of Fame (SCB HoF) Classic on November 4-6. The College has partnered with Central Florida Polk County Tourism & Sports Marketing will host both the Small College Hall of Fame on November 4 at the Polk Theater and the first Division II men’s basketball tournament to kick off the 2022-23 season November 5.

The Hall of Fame is set to induct nine former student-athletes – Jim Bond (Pasadena Middle School), Bo Clark (UCF), Daryl Jones (Benedictine), Todd Linder (Tampa), Derrick “Rick” Mahorn (Hampton), Steve Flat (Huntington IN), Glynn Saulters (Northeast Louisiana), jerry shipp (Southeastern State of Oklahoma), and Frank “Porky” Viera (Quinnipiac)two coaches – Jim Phelan (Mount St. Mary) and Harry Staham (McKendree), and a contributor/player – Earl Lloyd (West Virginia State).

The Friday night Hall of Fame ceremony is free for everyone. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis at the Polk Theater (121 Florida Ave. South, Lakeland, Florida.33801).

Central Tournament – https://www.fscmocs.com/scb
Ticket prices: $25 weekend pass, $15 single day (gives you access to all five games each day), kids 12 and under FREE
directions https://www.flsouthern.edu/about/maps-directions.aspx

Saturday and Sunday, 10 teams will face off at the George W. Jenkins Field House (111 Lake Hollingsworth Dr., Lakeland, Florida.33801) in a 10-game two-day tournament, which features high-caliber Division II programs from across the country, including the three-time defending national champions, Northwest State of Missouri. Seven of the 10 teams participating in the 2022 tournament competed in the 2021-22 NCAA Division II Tournament, with a pair of regional winners, Northwest State of Missouri (Center) and Southeast Nova (South).

Small College Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2022 – For more information on each of the inductees, please visit https://www.smallcollegebasketball.com/hall-of-fame

Players
Jim Bond (Pasadena Middle School)
Bo Clark (UCF)
Daryl Jones (Benedictine)
Todd Linder (Tampa)
Derrick “Rick” Mahorn (Hampton)
Steve Flat (Huntington (IN))
Glynn Saulters (Northeast Louisiana)
jerry shipp (Southeastern State of Oklahoma)
Frank “Porky” Viera (Quinnipiac)

Coaches
Jim Phelan (Mount St. Mary)
Harry Staham (McKendree)

Contributor/Player
Earl Lloyd (West Virginia State)

2022 Small College Basketball Hall of Fame Classic participants
Northwest Missouri State University (Maryville, Mo.)
Nova Southeastern University (Fort Lauderdale, Florida.)
Hillsdale College (Hillsdale, Mich.)
Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.)
West Texas A&M University (Canyon, TX)
University of Alabama at Huntsville (Huntsville, Alabama.)
Flagler College (St. Augustine, Florida.)
Dallas Baptist University (Dallas, TX)
Valdosta State University (Valdosta, Ga.)
South Florida College (Lakeland, Florida.) – Host for 2022, 2023, 2024

Event calendar
friday november 4 – Polk Theater
4:00 p.m. – SCB HoF Classic press conference
6:30 p.m. – SCB HoF team inductees and participants panel discussion
7:30 p.m. – SCB HoF induction ceremony

saturday november 5South Florida CollegeGeorge W. Jenkins Field House
11:00 – Hillsdale vs. Dallas Baptist
1:15 p.m.Southeast Nova against Alabama-Huntsville
3:30 p.m.Lincoln Memorial against Valdosta State
5:45 p.m.South Florida against Flagler
20:00West Texas A&M versus Northwest State of Missouri
* Post-match press conferences are held after the end of each match in the FSC ROTC classroom, adjacent to Jenkins Field House on the east side of the Gilbert Gymnasium

sunday november 6South Florida CollegeGeorge W. Jenkins Field House
11:00Alabama– Huntsville vs. Lincoln Memorial
1:15 p.m.Dallas Baptist versus Southeast Nova
3:30 p.m. – Valdosta State vs. Hillsdale
5:45 p.m.South Florida versus West Texas A&M
20:00Northwest State of Missouri against Flagler
* Post-match press conferences are held after the end of each match in the FSC ROTC classroom, adjacent to Jenkins Field House on the east side of the Gilbert Gymnasium

About South Florida College

Founded in 1883, South Florida College is the oldest private college in the state. The College maintains its commitment to academic excellence through more than 70 distinctive undergraduate and graduate programs in business administration, education, nursing, and physical therapy. South Florida has a student-to-faculty ratio of 14:1, is an award-winning national leader in engaged learning, and has 30 NCAA Division II national championships. South Florida is ranked #8 in the “Best Regional Universities in the South” by US News and World Report in its 2023 “Best Colleges” guide and is included in The Princeton Review 2023 Top 388 Colleges guide and the “Fiske Guide to Colleges 2023”. The Colleges of Distinction Guide 2022-2023 Praises South Florida The AACSB-accredited Barney Barnett School of Business and Free Enterprise, alongside the College’s School of Education and its Ann Blanton Edwards School of Nursing and Health Sciences. Poets&Quants, US News & World Report, Fortune, and The Princeton Review further praise the Barney Barnett School of Business and Free Enterprise and the Ann Blanton Edwards School of Nursing and Health Sciences as the nation’s leading programs for business and nursing education. Home to the world’s largest unique collection of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture, FSC has appeared on The Princeton Review’s National 20 “Most Beautiful Campuses” list for 13 consecutive years. Login with South Florida College.

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