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Bill is a native of Dayton, Ohio where he played for Dayton Belmont High School. He followed in his late father’s footsteps and went on to Ohio State where he was named All Big Ten, All American and captained the Big Ten Championship team in 1968. Bill left Ohio State as the school’s number four all time leading scorer and number two career rebounder. In the fall of 1968, Bill was part of the 1968 Olympic Basketball team that went undefeated in Mexico City winning the gold medal. He was drafted in the first round by the New York Knicks and was a member of the 1970 NBA World Championship Team.
Bill is a member of the OSU Hall of Fame and was named in 1993 to the National Association of Basketball Coaches Silver Anniversary team and was honored in 2002 by the Ohio High School Athletic Association with its highest honor – the Ethics and Integrity Award. In 1998, he was named as the President of the OHSAA Foundation and served as the Foundation’s first executive director.
Bill and his wife Patty have three grown sons (all graduates of Ohio State) and reside here in Columbus. When he’s not at the office, Bill enjoys spending time with family, which includes his children, grandchildren and his beloved dog.