List of Silver Anniversary Awards recipients

This is a list of the recipients of the Silver Anniversary Awards by the year of award.

The Silver Anniversary Awards are awarded every year by the American National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to recognize six distinguished former student-athletes on their 25th anniversary as college graduates. The Silver Anniversary Awards were first given in 1973, when five distinguished former student-athletes were honored. Since 1986, the number of annual honorees has increased to six.[1]

In order to be eligible, the nominee must be a college graduate, must have competed in intercollegiate competition 25 years before the NCAA convention date, must be a varsity letter winner at an NCAA member institution and, must have achieved personal distinction since their graduation. One-third of the selection criteria is based on the nominee's achievements during their time as a prominent collegiate athlete, while the other two-thirds are determined by the nominee's career achievements, including professional, charitable and civic contributions.[1]

Class of 1973Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1974Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1975Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1976Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1977Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1978Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1979Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1980Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1981Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[15]

Class of 1982Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1983Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1984Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1985Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1986Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1987Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1988Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1989Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1990Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1991Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1992Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1993Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1994Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1995Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1996Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1997Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1998Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 1999Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 2000Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 2001Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 2002Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 2003Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 2004Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 2005Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 2006Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 2007Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 2008Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 2009Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 2010Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 2011Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 2012Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[3]

Class of 2013Edit

See: All-Time Honors Award Winners[157]

Class of 2014Edit

See: 2014 press release[162]

Class of 2015Edit

See: 2015 press release[169]

Class of 2016Edit

See: 2016 press release[175]

Class of 2017Edit

See: 2017 press release[182]

Class of 2018Edit

See: 2018 press release[189]

Class of 2019Edit

See: 2019 press release[195]

Class of 2020Edit

See: 2020 press release[200]

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