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NCAA Hall of Champions

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NCAA Hall of Champions

NCAA Hall of Champions building located in Indianapolis, Indiana
NCAA 2006 championship banners hang from the ceiling of the NCAA Hall of Champions in Indianapolis

The NCAA Hall of Champions is a museum, exhibition center, and conference center that is located adjacent to the national office of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) in White River State Park in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.

The building was designed by architect Michael Graves.


In November 2007, an electrical fire struck the building, concentrated largely in the "One Shining Moment" portion of the display and areas immediately surrounding it. The Hall was closed at that time and remained closed temporarily, until it reopened on March 12, 2009.

At least one event that was scheduled for the conference center was moved to the Indiana State Museum in downtown Indianapolis.

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External links

  • websitesNCAA Hall of ChampionsOfficial
  • The NCAA Hall of Champions is located at

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