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Myra Sack

Myra Sack is a diminutive dynamo in both the world of soccer and the game of life. As a high school student, she was named Main Line Athlete of the Year by the Main Line Times in 2006, earned two-time All-State status in soccer; at Dartmouth College, she was a first-team All-Ivy Mid Fielder, Second… Read more »

Mike Koplove

Mike Koplove, a right-handed sidearm relief pitcher for two major league baseball teams, was born in Philadelphia during the bi-centennial year of 1976. He grew up playing little league and American Legion baseball in South Philly and attended Chestnut Hill Academy where he was named a first team All City selection by the Philadelphia Daily… Read more »

Howie Roseman

Few people in the competitive world of professional sports have had a year like the one Howie Roseman enjoyed in 2017. The Eagles Executive Vice President of Football Operations, now in his 19th season with the team, was named Executive of the Year by the Pro Football Writers of America for his role in constructing… Read more »

Colby Cohen

Colby Cohen was a noted professional hockey player as a defenseman in the National Hockey League with the Colorado Avalanche and the 2011 Stanley Cup Champion Boston Bruins. He currently serves as a color analyst for networks such as NBC Sports, Westwood One and ESPN. Cohen was born and raised in Villanova and attended Radnor… Read more »

Chuck Brodsky

Chuck Brodsky is a storyteller, a songwriter, a troubadour and a modern day baseball bard. Over the past 25 years, he has performed at festivals and concerts all over the world including the Baseball Hall of Fame where 22 of his songs have been enshrined. Born & raised in suburban Philadelphia, he attended The Haverford… Read more »

Chris O’Loughlin

Chris O’Loughlin is accustomed to performing on center stage. Born in Los Angeles, his father was actor Gerald O’Loughlin who starred in the ABC television police drama series The Rookies. His mother, Meryl O’Loughlin, was VP of casting for Columbia Pictures Television. But any thought of show business for O’Loughlin was foiled by his love… Read more »

Stephen H. Frishberg

Class of 2019
From his position as the managing partner of his law firm to his many leadership roles, Stephen Frishberg has been a tireless leader both professionally and charitably. Twenty-one years after its founding, the Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame was forced to leave its previous home and was at a dire crossroad. But Frishberg, its Chairman for twelve years, remained undeterred and retained a clear vision for the future shepherding the organization into a bright new era. His generosity and commitment, coupled with a dogged determination and his singular ability to think outside of the box has earned him the honor of the Pillar of Achievement Award.