There they are, the coaches of those all-male sports back in 1955 when I believe the perception of players might have been ‘scholar-athletes’. Although some wore helmets, they were, none-the-less, the guys you knew, partied with, studied with, and ate with. Of course, it was only Physical Education in those days.
These men taught many a life lesson in the pool, the gym, or Weston Field. Indeed, some are legends and the name-sakes of facilities erected in their honor. But things have changed with league recognition, tips, and etc.
Sports have always been a part of Williams and particularly those savagery-infused meetings with Amherst.
Athletics at Williams ’56 v ’11 Compare and contrast. Use as many Blue Books as you need. Sign the Honor Statement.