Nominations for 2022 Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame open Feb. 1

The Snohomish County Sports of Hall of Fame display case at Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett.

Nominations for the Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame 2022 Induction Class will open Feb. 1.

Sponsored by the Snohomish County Sports Commission, the Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame exists to recognize and honor athletes, coaches, teams and/or sports contributors who have distinguished themselves in their sport or vocation on the state, national and/or international stage and thus have brought state, national and/or international acclaim to themselves and Snohomish County.

Nomination criteria: The candidate must have been a resident of Snohomish County prior to or during the time they gained recognition. It is not necessary that the nominee be born in Snohomish County, but they must have lived in the county for a minimum of five years. Athletes and teams are eligible for consideration five years after his/her/their last competition. Coaches will be eligible after three  years of the last coaching date or retirement. Sports contributors will be eligible based on service the community and need not be retired.

An online nomination form is available for the public to complete and submit to the Snohomish County Sports Commission. The public may submit the completed nomination via:

  • Email:
  • Mail: Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame, c/o Snohomish County Sports Commission, 3101 Cedar Street, Everett, WA  98201

The deadline for 2022 nominations is Saturday, March 5.

“After pausing nominations in 2021 to recognize the 2020 Induction Class, we are excited to be accepting nominations from the public for 2022,” said Sports Commission Executive Director Tammy Dunn.

The Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame Banquet is scheduled for Sept. 28, 2022, at Edward D. Hansen Conference Center at Angel Of The Winds Arena.  For more information on the Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame Banquet, visit or call 425-309-2744.

  1. Jean Luc Baker is a great candidate. He developed his skills through years and years of hard work dedicated to becoming an Olympic level ice dancer. Plus he couldn’t be a better representative. He demonstrates his ability to be a great team member. But most of all, every time he steps on the ice he does so with grace and humor and his joy for the sport shines through. You couldn’t have a better athlete to represent your county. And this year with Covid and injury they didn’t let adversity stop them. My vote goes to Jean Luc Baker.

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