The Michigan men's track and field program has played a major role for 109 years in contributing to the athletic success, history and tradition at the University of Michigan.
In 2006, the U-M track and field staff established the U-M Track and Field Hall of Fame in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of Ferry Field. U-M men's track and field team inducted an 11-man inaugural Class, consisting of one outstanding athlete from each decade and a coach of the century selection. The first selection of entries include Archie Hahn, Carl Johnson, William DeHart Hubbard, Eddie Tolan, Charles Fonville, Fritz Nilsson, Tom Robinson, Godfrey Murray, Brian Diemer, Kevin Sullivan and head coach Charles Hoyt.
Thus far, 67 members have been inducted in an effort to honor and celebrate past champions and inspire future Wolverines.