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July 29, 2003
Read profiles of those players and coaches who have shaped Williams football by clicking on the appropriate link below:

Marc Hummon '84 -- "All in Good Time"

James Kingsley Ready When Called in 1999 vs. Middlebury

Ted Rogers '91 -- Big Play Maker in the Biggest of Games

Michel Levine '94 -- "The Ball is in His 'Court" And He's Loving it"

The Indomitable Renzie Lamb

Ethan Brooks '96 - 8 Years and Counting in the NFL

Todd Ducharme '94 -- Focus on the Little Things

Jerome Rizzo '87 -- Marine Fighter Pilot and Football Coach

Mike Bajakian '96 -- Chicago Bears Offensive Quality Control Coach

Dave Clawson '89, head coach University of Richmond

Danny Rorke '59

Blessed Be The Coaches by Ralph Renzi '43

The First Taste of Perfection – 1989

Bobby Walker '95 – "All-American, Role Model"

Jack Maitland '70 – "Beating Amherst A Bigger Thrill Than Winning Super Bowl V"

Steve Rogers '79 -- "The Lion Meets the Lamb or How One City Kid Grew Up in the Bucolic Berkshires"

Dennis Kelly '68 -- "A DEFINING MOMENT OCCURRED WHEN DEFEAT APPEARED CERTAIN on WESTON FIELD ONE NOVEMBER DAY in 1967"

Marty Doggett '73 – "Appreciating the Beauty of Williams Then and Now"

Profile of Brian 'The Boz' Stevens '90

Herb McCormick '78, Editor of Cruising World Magazine and former NY Times' Sailing Correspondent, "Cruising Through Life Thanks to Williams College"

Charlie Shaw '55 -- "Playing Football at Williams Made Me Realize I Will Never Quit"

Dan Dwyer '92 – "COMING STRAIGHT AT YOU, AS ALWAYS"

Dave Weck '92 -- "Frosh Burger, 'Toast Brother', Football Player, Actor, Actor/Fitness Trainer, Inventor/Entrepreneur -- Both Sides Up"

Rich Williams '90 – OWNER of the GREATEST TACKLE in WILLIAMS HISTORY

Matt Moynahan '92 -- A LEADER ON the FIELD and A LEADER in the BUSINESS FIELD"

Ed Wing '67 – "First 1,000-Yard Rusher at Williams Now 'Runs' Brown University's School of Medicine"

Wayne "Wilk" Wilkins '41 – "The Ultimate Team Player at Williams, Harvard and the Boston Bruins"

John Agostini '76 – "Judge, Father, and Distinguished Citizen of Williamstown"

Rodney Geier '75 – "Still On the Attack, Only Now He’s Trying to Help His Patients Beat Cancer"

Al Shaw – "Still Watching Over the Ephs"

Norm Walker '59 "Gets By With a Little Help From His Friends"