William Williams ’30

William Williams was thew_williams first athlete to be inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame posthumously. He earned 11 Bluffton letters—four each in baseball and basketball and three in football. He was all-conference in basketball for three years and was a basketball and baseball team captain.

Probably the greatest tribute to Williams was the fact that former Coach A.C. Burcky placed him as one of the top athletes on his listw_williams_action of deceased men who deserved recognition in the hall of fame.

Williams spent his post-Bluffton career in education as a teacher, coach, principal, counselor, curriculum director, athletics director and associate professor.