Former Methodist Sports Medicine Fellow Dr. Paul Nitz has been inducted into the Central State University Athletic Hall of Fame. The recognition goes to individual athletes, coaches, teams and contributors who made a major impact on Marauder Athletics. They keynote speaker at the event was ESPN’s Chris Broussard.
“We are proud of the inductees and appreciate all they have done for Central State University,” Vice President of Athletics Jahan Culbreath said. “The induction ceremony is an opportunity for all of our Central State alumni, friends and family to come together to celebrate the accomplishments of Marauder athletics. The event is a true celebration of Central State University, its rich history, and those who have contributed to our athletic success over the years.”
Dr. Nitz has served CSU as the athletic department’s primary team physician since 1992. He was also recognized for the success of the Marauders’ fall football camp and improvements to the athletic facilities. He received his fellowship training in sports medicine at Methodist Sports Medicine.
Congratulations, Dr. Nitz!