Georgia Tech Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2024 Announced – Athletics — Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

Georgia Tech Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2024 Announced – Athletics — Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

THE FLATS – Head football coach Paul Johnson, inducted last year into the College Football Hall of Fame, and All-America women’s basketball player Tyaunna Marshall headline a group of eight former Yellow Jackets who have been elected to the Georgia Tech Sports Hall of Fame as part of its Class of 2024.

The 2024 class also includes ACC champion golfer Paul Haley II, All-America diver Hannah Krimm, All-America long and triple jumper James Lemons, All-America baseball slugger Daniel Palka, All-America football guard Omoregie Uzzi and All-ACC tight end Ken Whisenhunt.

“We’re very proud to announce the newest elected members of the Georgia Tech Sports Hall of Fame,” said director of athletics J Batt. “Georgia Tech’s athletic history and tradition makes being a Tech Hall of Famer one of the most prestigious distinctions in all of college sports. These eight individuals certainly fit the bill, not only due to their achievements as Yellow Jackets, but also what they have accomplished beyond athletics and their time on The Flats. Congratulations to these well-deserving honorees!”

Georgia Tech will officially induct the Classes of 2024 and 2025 during the fall of 2025 on a Friday night prior to a home football game, date to be announced next year.

Following is a look at each member of the 2024 Hall of Fame class:


A part-time starter early in his career, Paul Haley II blossomed into a stalwart in the Yellow Jackets’ lineup as a junior and senior, posting seven top-10 finishes, including a pair of victories. One of those was the ACC Championship as a senior in 2011, one of eleven individual ACC champions in Tech golf history. He was also named to the All-ACC team that year and earned honorable mention All-America honors. Haley led Tech to a pair of ACC team titles in 2010 and 2011 and five team victories overall.  A key member of the first two Tech teams to advance to match play at the NCAA Championship (2010, 2011), he tied for ninth individually in 2010 and 20th in 2011.


A three-time Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year in 2008, 2009 and 2014, Paul Johnson was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame and the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame last year after an 11-year career in which he guided Georgia Tech to nine bowl games. Under his guidance, Johnson’s Yellow Jacket teams posted four seasons of nine wins or more and won or tied for the ACC…

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