Brown elected to FCA Hall of Fame

2012-10-23T20:29:00Z 2012-10-23T23:46:04Z Brown elected to FCA Hall of FameBy the Lincoln Journal Star JournalStar.com

Husker running backs coach Ron Brown has been elected into the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Hall of Fame.

Brown served as FCA’s State Director in Nebraska for four years in between stints as a Husker assistant coach. He has also been a contributing writer to FCA Magazine for a decade, and hosted FCA’s national radio program, "Sharing the Victory," for two years. Brown has also been a frequent speaker at FCA events through the years.

Having served as a Husker assistant for 22 years, Brown joins former NFL quarterback Neil Lomax and longtime high school athletic trainer and Indiana Fever chaplain Kathy Malone Sparks as this year’s inductees into FCA’s Hall of Champions.

Established in 1951, the FCA is the world's largest Christian sports ministry.

Reach Brian Christopherson at bchristopherson@journalstar.com or 402-473-7439. You can follow him on Twitter @HuskerExtraBC.

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