Michigan Sports Hall of Fame

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Inductee


Dick Enberg

An ABC Sports voice since 1975. Only person to win National Emmy Award as a sportscaster (1981, '83, '90, '93), writer ('88) and producer ('78). Sportscaster of the year Award winner eight times. Winner of Victor Award as country's top sportscaster of the last quarter-century. Described as NBC's decathlete for wide range of events worked, including six Super Bowls, nine Rose Bowls, six Orange Bowls, one World Series, 15 Wimbledon Tennis Tournaments, nine French Opens, and five NCM Final Fours. In Los Angeles, formerly voice of California Angels, beginning in 1965, and later did play-by-play for UCLA basketball and the Rams. Four-time California Sportscaster of the Year. Native of Armada, Michigan. Central Michigan University's 1957 student body president. Member of CMU's Athletic Hall of Fame. Inducted into the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame in 1995






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