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Negoesco inducted in elite class
March 26th, 2010 6:25PM
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[SAN FRANCISCO MEN] Steve Negoesco, who led the University of San Francisco to five national titles during a career that spanned 39 years (1962-2000), was the first soccer person inducted in the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame when he was honored as part of the class of 2010.

Others inducted were Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis, Olympic gold medalist figure skater Brian Boitano, Oakland A's shortstop Bert Campaneris and San Francisco 49ers receiver R.C. Owens.

Negoesco, 85, won 540 games at USF and was a leading figure in promoting soccer in the Bay Area.



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  1. Leslie Mohacsy
    commented on: March 29, 2010 at 1:23 p.m.
    That's wonderful. Steve deserves all the accolades and appreciation there is. Congratulation Steve. Les Mohacsy.

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