Allan Malamud Memorial Award
When Los Angeles Times Sportswriter and Hall of Fame Inductee Allan Malamud passed away in September 1996, many of his friends, led by Hall of Fame sportswriter Mitch Chortkoff, established the Allan Malamud Memorial Award.
The award is a scholarship presented periodically to a high school or university student planning a career in print or broadcast journalism. The SCJSHOF administrates scholarship fund.
A highly respected journalist for the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner for 25 years before joining the L.A. Times in 1989, Malamud’s daily “Notes On A Scorecard” column was a favorite of Southern California sports page readers.
Allan Malamud was born and raised in L.A., and was a graduate of Los Angeles High School and the University of Southern California.
High School Inductees
2022 Kyle Reims – Harvard Westlake High School
2020 Alex J. Rubel – Shalhevet High School
American Jewish University
You are invited to visit the Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame Permanent Exhibit on the American Jewish University campus in
Los Angeles. See the AJU website
15600 Mulholland Drive Bel Air, CA 90077