Release Date: Jan. 6, 2009
ASU Recreation and Intramurals Director Named to Hall of Fame
Bradley Petty, Angelo State University director of University Recreation and Intramurals, has been named to the American Collegiate Intramural Sports Hall of Fame in New Orleans.
Petty was inducted into the ACIS Hall of Fame during the Dec. 27 team captain’s meeting at the University of New Orleans for his work within the organization as a game official.
He officiated at the organization’s national flag football tournaments as a student at Sam Houston State University from 1991-93 and as a graduate student at the University of Southern Mississippi from 1994-96. Petty also received All-America awards in 1991 and 1992 from the organization, served as evaluator of officials from 1997-99, as assistant director of officials from 2000-04, and has been ACIS director of officials since 2005.
In addition, Petty will be honored when the next edition of the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association flag football rulebook is dedicated to him at the NIRSA national conference April 1-4 in Charlotte, N.C. Petty said the rulebook honors a professional in the intramural field who plays a significant part in the advancement of flag football.