Ulbrickson’s UW program had a year for the ages, leading his teams to an undefeated season, a sweep at the National Championships and the Varsity-8 to Olympic Gold in the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
Cherberg was the head football coach of the Washington Huskies from 1953 to 1955. His career record was 18-30-2.
Hutchinson was a major league pitcher for the Detroit Tigers and a manager for three major league teams. A victim of lung cancer, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center was created by his brother, Dr. William Hutchinson.
Barrett was a pitcher for the Philadelphia Athletics (1933), Boston Braves (1934), Chicago Cubs (1943) and Philadelphia Phillies (1943-1945).
Edmundson coached at the University of Idaho (1916-18) and the University of Washington (1920-47), compiling a 508-204 record in 29 seasons. Clarence S. “Hec” Edmundson Pavillion, the home to UW Basketball, was dedicated to the long-time coach in 1948.
A 5-time winner of the Pacific Northwest Golf Association Amateur and 4-time winner of the Seattle Amateur, won the Washington State Open in 1936, and the Northwest Open in 1942. He was inducted into the PNGA Hall of Fame in 1978.
Helped UW win its first intercollegiate title in 1923. One of his greatest triumphs occurred in 1936 when the Washington team won an Olympic gold medal in Germany, but he had numerous other successes as both boatman and coach until his retirement in 1963.
A top thoroughbred racing jockey, Glisson won many awards and also was the first recipient of the George Woolf Memorial Jockey Award.