UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame

The UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame is located in the J.D. Morgan Center due east of UCLA's Pauley Pavilion. The hall of fame showcases UCLA's rich athletic history and includes a sport's theater, a replica of Coach John Wooden's office, the hall of champions, hall of fame inductees, Olympic heritage, fan appreciation, and sports programs. UCLA has enjoyed success in both men's and women's sports over the history of the school.

The original winner of college football's Heisman Trophy was a student while men's basketball coach John Wooden is the most famous name in coaching today. Highlights of the programs include the longest winning streak in the history of Division I men's basketball, the most overall NCAA championship titles, most NCAA men's basketball championships, as well as most professional athletes and Olympic athletes.

The Hall is open Monday thru Friday 8:00 am 5:00 pm and closed on weekends and university holidays. There are several volunteer opportunities. Adjoining the Hall of Fame is the Morgan Center Press room that can hold up to 135 guests. Morgan Center is an ideal spot for press conferences, cocktail receptions, and informal gatherings. The facilities can be rented out to private parties by contacting the athletic facilities office on campus.

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