Hall of Fame induction: 2021
Was a dominant downstate Delaware distance runner of the 1960s, he won a state-record 50 consecutive dual meets in cross country, and was one of the state’s top milers for four years.
While attending Harrington and Lake Forest High Schools in Cross country from 1966-70 he placed in the top three in Division 2 four times. He earned second place in 9th, 10th and 11th grade, third place as senior.
As eighth grader, set course record at Milton High School and finished 6th in Division II state meet. He set records at Seaford, Harrington, Milford, Middletown, Caesar Rodney, Dover cross country site. He was undefeated in 50 consecutive dual meets, twice Henlopen Conference champion, set age group record of 11:24 as 15-year-old at Rockford Park.
In outdoor track in 5 years in he was a two times Division II mile champion, two times Division II-mile runner-up, in 1967 as an 8th grader he was a Division II 880 runners-up, and was a five times Henlopen Conference mile champion.
After High School he attended Washington College and was among the team’s top runners for two years.