The star pitcher could have turned pro immediately after high school but chose a partial scholarship to Stanford instead. Decades later, he says he would make the same decision again.
When Gen. Raymond Odierno joined the football team at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1972, he hadn’t given much thought to a career in the Army. He didn’t come from a military family. He just wanted to play college football.
The knuckle curve of Vermont's George Plender might have taken him to the major leagues, but military service intervened.
DIII Championships Committee considers minor changes to several championships.