3 results for month: 07/2010


College Football Hall of Fame Welcomes Four Seahawks Alumni

Four Seahawks alumni are now official members of the College Football Hall of Fame. The 16th Annual Enshrinement Festival was held July 16-17 in South Bend, Indiana, and joining 24 of the game's greatest stars were Gordon Hudson (Seahawks 1986), Gino Torretta (Seahawks 1996-97), Curt Warner (Seahawks 1983-89), and Grant Wistrom (Seahawks 2004-06). The jam-packed weekend included a celebrity golf tournament, downtown block party, a fan festival, a grand parade, a youth football clinic, a pep rally and a fireworks spectacular, with the celebration culminating with the enshrinement dinner and show on Saturday evening. "Enshrinement at the ...

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Congratulations to the Kirtmans!

July 19, 2010 By Bill Boehlke Congratulations to David Kirtman (Seahawks 2006-07) and his new bride Chanyn, who were married on July 17, 2010, in Redmond, WA. The couple first met at Joey's Lounge in Bellevue, WA, and...well, David continues with the story: "Chanyn and I met for the first time in January 2007," says David. "When we first met, Chanyn was playing hard to get, but I wouldn't give up. After harassing her for a week we finally went out on a date, and from that moment forward we haven't wanted to spend a single moment without each other. We have spent many weeks apart due to my working career, and every moment spent away ...

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Four Seahawks Alumni Enshrined in 2010 College Football Hall of Fame

Congratulations to four Seahawks alumni who will be enshrined into the College Football Hall of Fame as part of the 2010 Class. Gordon Hudson (Seahawks 1986), Gino Torretta (Seahawks 1996-97), Grant Wistrom (Seahawks 2004-06), and Curt Warner (Seahawks 1983-89) are among the 20 players and four coaches who will be enshrined. The ceremonies will take place on July 17 at the Century Center in South Bend, IN. GORDON HUDSON - Brigham Young University, Tight End (1980-83) A two-time unanimous All-American (1982-83), Gordon Hudson holds the NCAA records for most passes caught per game by a tight end (5.4), most career yard per game by a tight end ...

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