National Softball Hall of Fame Member
Year Inducted: 1993
Hometown: Worcester, MA
BioFormer field boss of the renowned Raybestos Brakettes of Stratford, CT. Was assistant coach for two years before taking over as head man from 1968-1994. Led team to 18 ASA national titles and eight runner-ups. Compiled record of 1,991 wins and 162 losses for a .925 winning percentage.
Coached second USA Olympic team to gold medal at 2000 Games in Sydney, Australia. Led USA to gold medal in debut of Olympic softball in 1996 in Columbus, GA. Is winningest manager in USA Softball history with 332-9 record for a .974 winning percentage.
Compiled 72-1 record in winning five ISF World Championships: 1974, 1978, 1986, 1990 and 1994. Three times coached USA to gold medal in the Pan American Games, 1979,1995 and 1999. Coached team to a silver medal in 1983.
Born April 27, 1924. Is a graduate of the University of Miami, FL where he played baseball four years, and football and basketball one year each. Was captain of baseball team senior year. Inducted into ISF Hall of Fame in 1993. Also coached baseball at Holy Cross College. Retired from coaching and teaching at Doherty High School in Worcester, MA.
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