Outstanding two-sport Arizona athlete, finishing his career behind only Linc Richmond in career points scored to date. He was only the third UA player to score 400 points in a season, behind Richmond and Leon Blevins. He broke the school record for free throws made, was second in season scoring average, led his team in scoring three consecutive years and was a three-time All-Border Conference selection. He also lettered in golf one year. He went on to coach at Tucson's Flowing Wells High School, where he became the only coach in Arizona history to record more 300 wins in two sports: boy's basketball and girls' volleyball. At the time of induction he was the winningest volleyball coach in Arizona high school history and was named the Arizona Daily Star Volleyball Coach of the Year twice (1991 and 1995). He was inducted into the Pima County Sports Hall of Fame in 1995 and the Arizona Coaches Assocation High School Hall of Fame in 1996.