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Members of the Black 14 went on to obtain college degrees and had successful careers in

aviation, business, education, human resources, journalism, manufacturing, and professional sports. 

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Jay Berry

Jay still today appears in the UW record book for interceptions returned for touchdowns. Berry became a sports anchor for television stations.


Tony Gibson

Tony Gibson retired in 2011 after nearly 38 years as a lineman for a Massachusetts power company.


John Griffin

John graduated from UW and

held several leadership positions with

The Brand Company and United Airlines.


Lionel Grimes

Lionel went on to become an employment diversity executive with Toyota.


Mel Hamilton

Mel graduated from the University of Wyoming and became the first black principal in the state of Wyoming. He has traveled across Wyoming sharing the "Black 14" message.


Roy Hill

Ron became a physical education teacher in Colorado.

Tony played with the Washington Redskins in two Super Bowls and has hosted a sports talk show in Washington D.C. for 36 years.

Don Meadows

Don returned and graduated from the University of Wyoming and was an all-conference performer in 1971.


Ivie Moore

Ivie has worked as a floor subcontractor in his native Arkansas.


Guillermo Hysaw

Guillermo started his career in employment diversity and went on to become a Vice President of Lexus Japan. 


Tony Mcgee

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James Issac

Isaac graduated from Dakota Wesleyan College and became a professor.

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Earl Lee

Earl graduated from UW and had a distinguished career as a teacher, coach and principal in Maryland.

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Joe Williams

Joe played with the Dallas Cowboys and the New Orleans Saints. He played in Super Bowl VI. 


Ted Williams

Ted has worked almost four decades as a foreman at a manufacturing company in Illinois. He is one of the top bowlers in the country averaging over 200 points a game. 

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