The OCUA Hall of Fame is a celebration of the Ultimate community in Ottawa and the National Capital region. Members of the Hall are inducted in one or more of the following categories:
- Player – Former players with a distinguished record of competitive achievement at the levels, with additional consideration given to integrity, sportsmanship and character. Players eligible for induction will be either retired for two or more years from competitive ultimate, or will have reached the age of ten years senior to that of Ultimate Canada Master’s eligibility.
- Builder – Individuals who have made exceptional contributions that have had a lasting impact and furthered the growth, reputation and character of the sport in areas outside of play.
- Special Merit – The special merit category is intended to honor those people, organizations, teams, etc. worthy of consideration outside of the above two categories.
To submit nominations during the nomination period (between Summer League playoffs and the end of the calendar year) complete the nomination webform.
The 2014 Class - The 2013 Class - The 2012 Class - The 2011 Class - The 2010 Class - The 2009 Class - The 2008 Inaugural Class
Andey Morrisey induction speach for Paul Morrison - well worth the watch!