Missouri athletic director Mike Alden was among those inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame on Sunday, but he said the honor was far bigger than him. “A recognition like this — if you think about all the great student-athletes we have at Mizzou, coaches, staff and all the things that they’re doing — I look at this as a reflection of all of them and the great things that they’re doing,” he said.
Missouri athletic director Mike Alden was among those inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame on Sunday, but he said the honor was far bigger than him. “A recognition like this — if you think about all the great student-athletes we have at Mizzou, coaches, staff and all the things that they’re doing — I look at this as a reflection of all of them and the great things that they’re doing,” he said. File photo by Rich Sugg The Kansas City Star
Missouri athletic director Mike Alden was among those inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame on Sunday, but he said the honor was far bigger than him. “A recognition like this — if you think about all the great student-athletes we have at Mizzou, coaches, staff and all the things that they’re doing — I look at this as a reflection of all of them and the great things that they’re doing,” he said. File photo by Rich Sugg The Kansas City Star

Missouri Sports Hall of Fame notes: Mizzou well-represented at induction ceremony

January 25, 2015 08:09 PM

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