Please select from the three options and provide the name(s) planning to attend the banquet.
You will be asked to choose one of the following dinner options:
- Pan-Roasted Chicken Breast
- Tri Tip with Garlic Rosemary Sauce
- Portabello Mushroom Napoleon (Vegetarian)
If you prefer to pay with check, please make the check to the Oxnard College Foundation. Please write “Hall of Fame” in the memo.
Should you have any questions about registering as an attendee or sponsor, please contact Pete Parker.
Lifetime Condor Award
Bill and Deborah Gohlke
There have been many achievements in Oxnard College Athletics over the years, but none greater than the contributions made by Bill and Deborah Gohlke. From their financial contributions to elevate the baseball, softball, and basketball teams, to their regular attendance at many OC home sporting events, to their scholarship supporting student-athletes, Bill and Debbie are extraordinary Condors. Their support over the years inspired unimaginable opportunities and create too many legacies to count. It’s fitting that they’re the initial awardees of the Lifetime Condor Award.
Hall of Fame Recipients
Jeremiah Massey earned the top scorer title during his two-year athletic career at Oxnard College. He was voted as the California State Junior College Player of the Year and was inducted into the Ventura County Hall of Fame in 2002. After Oxnard College Jeremiah continued his athletic career at Kansas State, where he was named the Big 12 conference newcomer of the year in 2004. Jeremiah was then drafted in 2005 and played professional basketball for European League Teams, Russian Professional Teams, and Greek Professional League teams including: Aris, Real Madrid, Sporting Al Riyadi Beirut, Al-Gharafa, Quimsa, and Ciclista Olimpico.
Randi Walters was voted as the Western State Conference Player of the Year during her athletic career at Oxnard College and was also named first team All-Ventura County. During her time at Oxnard College, she was also a part of the college’s inaugural softball team. Randi was recruited to play soccer at University of Hawaii-Hilo for her sophomore and junior year where she was 2nd team All PacWest conference selection. Randi then transferred to Colorado State University-Pueblo her senior year and was voted MVP by her teammates.