Skip to main content

Kincer to be Inducted into Methodist University Athletics Hall of Fame

Kim Kincer

The Methodist University Department of Athletics will induct its 15th class into the Hall of Fame Friday, Nov. 2 as part of the annual Homecoming festivities.

The Methodist University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics initiated the Methodist Athletic Hall of Fame in 1997. The selection process is maintained and administered by a committee in conjunction with the Methodist University Athletic Booster Club. To be nominated, the inductees have to be athletes, coaches, or administrators who have compiled an outstanding career at Methodist and/or since leaving Methodist.

Inductees become eligible for the prestigious honor five years after completing their eligibility and must have been of good character. Coaches and administrators become eligible for nomination two years after leaving the department unless they have 15 years of service or more in which they would become eligible immediately upon their departure. Currently, the Methodist Athletic Hall of Fame has 14 classes with 61 members.

Among the six inductees this fall is EKU's own PGA/Golf Management Director, Ms. Kim Kincer. Kincer won five national championships in five years at the helm of the Methodist women's golf team from 1998-2002. She is a three-time Regional Coach of the Year (2000, 2001, 2002) and in 2001 was named the NGCA National Coach of the Year. Kincer coached the women to 12 First-Team All American honors (18 All-Americans total) and set many team scoring records.


Published on July 31, 2012

Open /*deleted href=#openmobile*/