|Title:||Class of 1992|
Francis Dyson, you worked at Worcester State College in the
physical education and health sciences department from 1959 until
your retirement this past Spring and were the head coach of three
Your dedication to WSC Athletics is well documented and your contributions will be missed.
You coached baseball from 1970 to 1981 and basketball from 1959 to 1970. Your basketball teams had a 108-97 record for a .527 winning percentage. You are the only basketball coach to have won more than 100 games in Worcester State history. Your team won the New England State College Championship in 1962 and played in the Eastern College Athletic Conference tournament in 1978. You also coached golf for two years.
You were involved in the Intramural Program from 1959 to 1970 and in 1970 you assumed the athletic training duties and established the athletic training facilities at WSC. You were also a member of the Academic Policies Committee for four years.
You played basketball and baseball in your undergraduate days at Holy Cross College and were a starter for the 1952 baseball team which won the National Baseball Championship.
Francis Dyson, it is with great pride that we induct you into the Worcester State College Athletic Hall of Fame.