Fred Hultberg

Fred is a Highland High School grad, who is known for being the main reason the New Mexico Games are special to people in New Mexico. Basketball, the games’ signature event with about 225 teams every Memorial Day weekend, plus competition in 21 other sports, from swimming to bocce ball to pickleball. Here are more of Fred’s community involvement activities:

1991 – 1993 Albuquerque Sports Hall of Fame -President
1991-Present New Mexico Games – Executive Director
1990-2006 Community Tennis Association Member
1990-2013 Blue Ribbon Sports Committee
Director 1996 Volunteer @ 1996 Olympics in- Atlanta, Georgia
1989 Virginia Slims Albuquerque Tennis Tournament – Volunteer
1989-1991 New Mexico Games – Volunteer
1989-2013 National Junior Tennis League – Director
1985-1994 Baseball/Softball Hall of Fame – Member
1981-1982 Albuquerque Boys Club – Coach
1980-1986 Mile High Little League – Coach
1976-Present Albuquerque/New Mexico Sports Hall of Fame – Member
1976-1979 Young American Football League – Coach
1976-1979 American Youth Soccer Organization – Coach
1975-1984 Sports Committee for the City of Albuquerque. Associated with the Chamber of Commerce & later with the Albuquerque Convention & Visitors Bureau Chairman