William Myers
Class of: 1965
Induction Class of: 1986
Sports: Baseball Hockey Soccer

Ten varsity letters were awarded to Myers who competed in three varsity sports: baseball (four seasons), and hockey and soccer (three seasons). He won M.V.P honors in both soccer and hockey, and was selected as captain of all three teams in his senior year although he did not play hockey that season. He started in every game of each sport that he participated in during his collegiate year. In baseball, he had a thirty- seven game hitting streak that extended over two years. During the four years he played baseball, the team lost only a handful of games.

 

Even before he graduated, Myers began coaching in the Danvers school system where he taught for three years prior to entering the business world. He played on the Hosmer Chiefs for eight years during which time the team won five Suburban Baseball League championships. Since moving west, he has continued his involvement in sports by coaching women’s softball. Currently Vice President of Recorps, Inc., Myers lives with his wife, Elaine, and two daughters LeAnne and Karen, in Scottsdale, Arizona.