Earned four letters in football (1930-33) and three letters in track. Captained both the football and track teams in 1933. Was the first UA Placer/Scorer to participate in any NCAA event, where he placed second in the javelin at the NCAA Championships in 1932. He finished second in the same event in 1933, when he set a Border Conference record that lasted for 17 years, the longest-standing record in the history of the conference. Was twice Border Conference Champion in the javelin and shot put and once in the discus. Also set UA record for the longest football pass play at the time, a 70-yard completion to Waldo Discus in 1933.