Utah State University's Athletics Department unveiled the Steve Mothersell Aggie Athletics Hall of Honor on Sept. 26, 2009. In all, approximately 150 Aggie alumni and friends donated to the 1,800 square-foot Hall of Honor including 115 former student-athletes. The Hall of Honor is housed on the
first floor of the Jim and Carol Laub Athletics-Academics Complex, which is located in the north end zone of Romney Stadium.
Inside Utah State's
Aggie Athletics Hall of Honor, fans will find various displays and trophy cases celebrating over 100 years of Aggie sports history. Among the items
displayed within the venue are trophies from the 1978 national championship volleyball team, and the 1980 and 1981 national championship softball
teams. Other items on display include the 1993 Las Vegas Bowl II championship trophy, the 1961 Outland Trophy presented to Merlin Olsen as the
nation's top defensive lineman and a discus donated by L. Jay Silvester from the 1968 Summer Olympics held in Mexico City.
As fans tour the Hall
of Honor, they will see exhibits displaying Utah State's 16 current sports, a display honoring its past sports and a display highlighting some `"Great
Moments" in Aggie Athletics. Fans will also see a display paying tribute to those select few former Aggie Greats who are now members of USU's
Hall of Fame, the most prestigious honor afforded an Aggie athlete. Another key feature within the venue are two interactive video displays that
will give fans an opportunity to watch video highlights of "Great Moments" in Aggie Athletics as well as highlights of members of USU's Hall of Fame.
The Aggie Hall of Honor is housed in the Jim & Carol Laub Athletics-Academics Complex which is located on the North Side of Romney Stadium
From Main Street and Center Street, take Main Street, North to 1000 North.
Take Right on 1000 North to 800 East.
Take left onto 800 East.
The complex is located on the North End of Romney Stadium.