The Greater Binghamton Sports Hall of Fame officially has its speaker for their Eighth Annual Hall of Fame Induction Dinner.

Jim Boeheim, recently retired Syracuse men's basketball coach and college basketball legend, will be the event's keynote speaker. The dinner will be held Monday, April 24th with dinner beginning at 6:30 p.m. This year is the 20th anniversary of Boeheim's 2003 National Championship with the Orange. Tickets can be purchased here.

Boeheim coached at Syracuse from 1976 to this year and is a four-time Big East Coach of the year, a Naismith Basketball and College Basketball Hall of Famer. Boeheim's 1,015 ranks him second all-time behind just Mike Krzyzewski

The GBSHOF museum recently moved to the Arena, to learn more, go here

This year's inductees:

Tom Corgel: Head Coach of Binghamton High Schools Boys Basketball team during it's back-to-back State Championship runs in 1984-85 and 1985-86 seasons. Coached to a 213-62 record all time, with 6 STAC Championships and 5 NYSPHSAA Section IV Titles. A Coach of the Year in NYS in 1986.

Ed "Fols" Folli: A baseball coach at Binghamton North high school, Johnson City high school and Union-Endicott high school, with overall record of 275-93. He oversaw three STAC championships, eight Section IV titles, and two New York State Championships. He currently serves as an Assistant Coach with Binghamton University Baseball.

Sandy Stone -- A competitive golfer for 68 years. Won Women's Club Championships at En-Joie Golf Club (9x), Binghamton Country Club (3x), Chenango Valley State Park (2x) and Vestal Hills Country Club (4x). Broke a course record at En-Joie G.C with a score of 74 in 1956, and set Women's course record from the Men's Tees with a score of 72 in 1970.

Bobby Gonzelez: A high school, collegiate, professional and international basketball coach. Head Coach at Seton Hall University and Manhatten College, where he accumulated a combined 113-38 record. He recruited and coached 12 players that later played in the NBA. He also coached professionally in Asia and Europe.

Maggie Gray: An award winning sports broadcaster, and co-host of the nationally syndicated "The Maggie and Perloff Show" on CBS Sports Radio Network. Previously she was a daytime host on WFAN, the #1 sport talk radio station in the country. Covered nearly every major sports championship (World Series, Super Bowl, NBA Finals, Staley Cup) and Collegiate championships., as well as NBA and NHL drafts, and NASCAR and Indy Races.

Lou Howell: Drafted by the New York Yankees in the 5th round of the 1965 MLB draft, playing in Minor Leagues, such as the Binghamton Triplets, Syracuse Chiefs, and eventually coached at Susquehanna Valley high school winning the STAC Championship three times, and coached the Sabers to a Section IV runner ups in 1981.

Frank Louvuolo: An NFL football player and football coach at Binghamton Central high school and Catholic Central high school. Drafted by the New York Giants in the 7th round in 1949, being considered one of the leagues best defensive ends as a rookie.

Bridget "Baxter" Orchard: Collegiate softball coach with 25 years and counting at Villanova University, Fordham University, and Cabrini College, amassing an 865-495 record. At Villanova, she earend the program's first ever Big East Title, and subsequent berth in the NCAA tournament in its 45 years as a program. She was also a standout during her career at Villanova, setting the all time career individual record for hits (216) and runs scored (110) and earned All-Big East honors in 1995 as a second baseman.

William "Bill" Rich: 25 years experience as the Women's soccer coach at SUNY Broome, holding a 353-88-15 record with the Hornets. Rich coached his teams to three NJCAA National Championships in 2007, 2008, and 2016, in addition to winning 16 Conference titles and five regional titles during his 25 years. Rich also holds the all-time record for the Most Career Wins by an NJCAA D-III Soccer Coach. He's produced 34 NJCAA All-Americans and has won an NJCAA Coach of the Year.

Bill "Stepo" Stepanovsky: Coach for Union-Endicott (1999-2009) and Vestal girls Varsity soccer, claiming a 294-37-27 record, with 2556 shutouts in 358 games coached, averaging 13.5 shutouts per season. During his tenure with the Tigers, he garnered a record of 177-18-19, winning nine Section IV titels, and seven STAC championships and earning national rankings in seven out of his 11 years coaching. "Stepo" has also served as a referee for over 45 years in both basketball, soccer, and for 20 years in girls lacrosse. He is also a member of the NY State Girl's Soccer Hall of Fame (2020), and the Union-Endicott HS Athletics Hall of Fame (2023).

Lura A. Wilson: As an archer, she shot from 1926-1990, winning NY State Women's Championships five times, National Clout Championships (right and left handed) four times. As an instructor, Wilson was with the World Archery Center from 1939-1992, the National Coaching Shooting School at Miami University , and Greene Central high school. As a coach, she was awarded Level 5 Master Coach -- while at Greene Central School she had 17 National Interscholastic Team Champions, 28 NY State INdividual and Team Champions, U.S National Archery Teams in Japan in 1978 and 1983. She hosted a National Archery Tournament in Greene, NY, and was inducted into the National Archery Hall of Fame in 1979 as well as the New York State Hall of Fame.

The 1984-85, and 1985-86 Binghamton Boys Basketball Teams: With a combined 49-2 record across the two seasons, the Patriots won back-to-back Class A State Titles, both of which Coached by the aforementioned Tom Corgel.