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William “Pete” Bennett

In the world of track, the name Pete Bennett is synonymous with excellence. Bennett distinguished himself as both an athlete and coach at Virginia State College (now Virginia State University) where his achievements and winning legacy are a testament to…

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J.C. Herbert Bryant

Herbert Bryant was born in Alexandria, Virginia and lettered in four sports at Episcopal High School, graduating in 1928. He entered the University of Virginia in the fall of 1928. His many honors included membership in the PK Society, Eli…

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Dr. Robert Johnson

Dr. Robert Johnson was known as “Whirlwind” because of his football prowess.  He won over fifty trophies in tennis, playing doubles and mixed doubles, including six National Championships.  This man was none-the-less almost better known for his contributions in the…

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