Quaterback Club

Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club

Presented by Compliance Technology Group & SportsNOLA.com

The Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation has joined forces with the Greater New Orleans Quarterback Club to create the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club.

Entering its 78th year, the Quarterback Club promotes amateur and professional sports in the Greater New Orleans area on a weekly basis.

“The Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation is proud to partner with a 78-year-old organization that has done well for our community,” Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation President/CEO Jay Cicero said. “We hope to help the Quarterback Club to grow in attendance, programming and awareness. We believe it is a great partnership that can last a long time and a valuable, addition benefit to Sports Foundation members.”

For the second straight year, the Quarterback Club will meet weekly on Tuesday for 16 consecutive weeks, beginning with the first meeting of the season on August 30 at noon.

The organization is pleased to return for its weekly luncheons to The Cannery at 3803 Toulouse Street for a third year. The Cannery, an outstanding multi-purpose events facility, is located behind the American Can Company Building.

The Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club promotes the very best of amateur football, along with the New Orleans Saints.

Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club

“The Pel Hughes Family is thrilled to welcome the Quarterback Club to The Cannery for another season of exciting luncheons,” said Hughes. “The Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club and Pel Hughes share a long history of participating in and supporting New Orleans area sports.”

Members and non-members are invited to the weekly luncheons, which are held every Tuesday for 16 consecutive weeks, with the exception of Tuesday, August 30 running through Tuesday, December 13.

Annual standard membership is $50 per person with premier annual membership at $80, which includes a Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club golf shirt and lapel pin, along with reserved seating. Luncheons are $20 per person for members and $25 per person for non-members.

SportsNOLA.com serves as the official web site of the GNOSF Quarterback Club while Compliance Technology remains a presenting sponsor, along with Strength Shoe, WGSO 990 AM and WHNO TV 20.

The weekly cost for members for lunch is $20 while non-members are welcome at $25 each. Speakers on the Saints, LSU, Tulane and prep football are featured every week. Other special guests are scheduled throughout the season.

The Quarterback Club selects a prep player of the week from the metro area each week and will announce a prep player of the year at the final meeting on Tuesday, December 13, sponsored by the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl.

For more information on how to join the Quarterback Club, contact Stan Kottemann, Jr. at [email protected] or (504) 908-6080.

To learn more about the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Membership Program, visit www.gnosports.com or contact Tricia Lowe at (504) 619-6114 or at [email protected].

QB CLUB SPEAKERS IN 2016

Note: For information on the club and all past speaker videos, click here.

  • Aug. 30

    New Orleans Saints Owner Gayle Benson, Tulane Athletic Director Troy Dannen, Tulane Head Football Coach Willie Fritz, LSU Deputy Director of Athletics Verge Ausberry and Edna Karr Head Coach Brice Brown

  • Sept. 6

    Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation President Jay Cicero, former New Orleans Saints quarterback John Fourcade, LSU Director of External Football Relations Charles Baglio, Tulane Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Coach Jack Curtis and John Ehret Head Coach Corey Lambert

  • Sept. 13

    WGNO sports director Ed Daniels, Tulane assistant head coach and offensive line coach Alex Atkins, LSU play-by-play voice Chris Blair, De La Salle head coach Ryan Manale and Country Day head coach Joe Chango

  • Sept. 20

    LSU assistant athletic director Austin Thomas, Tulane running backs coach Jamaal Fobbs, New Orleans Zephyrs Senior Vice President and General Manager August “Cookie” Rojas, John Curtis Christian head coach J.T. Curtis, St. Martin’s Episcopal head coach Scott Simpson and Rick Gaille of WHNO TV 20, SportsNOLA.com and WGSO, 990 AM

  • Sept. 27

    LSU football personnel analyst Brian Squeglia, Tulane director of player development Donn Landholm, WDSU TV sports director Fletcher Mackel and the eight prep football coaches in the Archbishop Hannan Classic

  • Oct. 4

    WWL-TV Sports Director Doug Mouton, Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame CEO and Executive Director Ronnie Rantz, LSU Football Director of External Affairs Charles Baglio, Tulane secondary coach Chris Hampton and Newman head coach Nelson Stewart

  • Oct. 11

    Sports journalist Brian Allee Walsh, Tulane defensive line coach Kevin Peoples, television and sports journalist Rene Nadeau, Hahnville coach Nick Saltaformaggio and McDonogh 35 coach Wayne Reese

  • Oct. 18

    J.T. Hannan, Tommy Clapp, Rickey Jackson, Emmanuel Powell, Josh Katzenstein, Fletcher Mackel

  • Oct. 25

    LSU interim head coach Ed Orgeron, New Orleans Pelicans vice president and general manager Dell Demps, Tulane wide receivers coach Jeff Conway and St. Charles Catholic head coach Frank Monica

  • Nov. 1

    Saints Hall of Fame inductee Tyrone Hughes, former LSU defensive lineman Marlon Favorite, Riverside Academy head coach Bill Stubbs and Tulane linebackers coach Michael Mutz

  • Nov. 8

    Former New Orleans Saints offensive lineman Chuck Commiskey, former LSU offensive lineman T-Bob Hebert, Tulane offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Doug Ruse, St. James head coach Robert Valdez and UNO head basketball coach Mark Slessinger

  • Nov. 15

    Former New Orleans Saints running back Deuce McAllister, WGNO Sports Director Ed Daniels, NOLA.com columnist Jeff Duncan, James Carville, Fair Grounds Race Course President Tim Bryant and Lutcher head coach Dwain Jenkins

  • Nov. 22

    Fore!Kids Foundation CEO and Zurich Classic Producer Steve Worthy, ESPN.com New Orleans Saints reporter Mike Triplett, radio talk show host Matt Moscona, Tulane tight ends coach Slade Nagle and West St. John head coach Brandon Walters

  • Nov. 29

    Fox Sports sideline reporter Jen Hale, LHSAA Executive Director Eddie Bonine, LSU beat writer Ron Higgins of The Times-Picayune, Fox 8 sports anchor Sean Fazende and head coach Frank Monica of St. Charles Catholic

  • Dec. 6

    Gerry Vaillancourt of WRNO-FM, Rod Walker of the New Orleans Advocate, former LSU All-American Craig Steltz, Karr head coach Brice Brown, Lutcher head coach Dwain Jenkins and Amite head coach Zephaniah Powell

  • Dec. 13

    Awards Finale: Ed Daniels (WGNO-TV and SportsNOLA), Rickey Jackson (Saints Legend), Pat Swilling (Saints Legend)

2016 N.O. QB CLUB/SPORTSNOLA.COM PREP PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

  • Week 1

    Rummel wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase
  • Week 2

    Ponchatoula quarterback Jakyle Holmes
  • Week 3

    Landry-Walker quarterback Keytaon Thompson (Metro Player of the Year)
  • Week 4

    St. Augustine quarterback Justice McCoy
  • Week 5

    Hahnville running back Anthony Williams
  • Week 6

    St. Paul’s defensive end Bradley Mashburn
  • Week 7

    St. Charles Catholic QB/DB Lloyd Nash
  • Week 8

    Country Day CB/WR/K Price Petagna
  • Week 9

    John Curtis defensive back Brandon Davis
  • Week 10

    Edna Karr quarterback Aldon Clark
  • Week 11

    Newman quarterback Miles Lepeyre
  • Week 12

    Brother Martin running back Bruce Jordan-Swilling
  • Week 13

    Riverside Academy quarterback Jordan Loving
  • Week 14
    Lutcher safety Dylan Recotta
  • Week 15

    Lutcher quarterback Jontre Kirklin

CHEVRON GREATER NEW ORLEANS SPORTS FOUNDATION SCHOLAR ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

ChevronIn support of local student-athletes pursuing higher education, Chevron will be the presenting sponsor of the High School Scholar Athlete of the Week award that recognizes a male and female high school senior from the Greater New Orleans area. The recipients will be recognized weekly at the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club luncheon.

The Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club promotes amateur and professional sports in the Greater New Orleans area on a weekly basis. The luncheons take place every Tuesday at 12:15 pm in the The Cannery at 3803 Toulouse Street. Award winners will be invited to attend and be recognized at the luncheon.

Additionally, each recipient will be recognized on field during the 2015 R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on December 19th. Finally, all winners will be invited to a Pelicans basketball game where there will be a drawing for one male and one female to receive a $5,000 scholarship.

Click here for more information and the application.

Watch the 2016 final awards luncheon here: