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Bill Scarry

YEAR INDUCTED 2011
SPORTS Basketball

Bill Scarry came to Newberry College after graduating from high school at LaSalle Academy in New York, N.Y. He attended LaSalle on a basketball scholarship and during his four years at LaSalle he was co-captain/captain of the freshman, junior varsity and varsity basketball teams.

After graduating from LaSalle Academy, Bill joined the Newberry men’s basketball program and lettered all four years at Newberry. The starting point guard for Newberry his sophomore season, Bill was part of Newberry’s first trip to the NAIA Men’s Division 1 Basketball Tournament in Kansas City, Mo. The 1960-61 team advanced to the second round of the NAIA Tournament before dropping a game to the tournament’s No. 1 seed.

During the 1960-61 season, Bill was an All-Tournament and All-Conference selection. He also was honored as Outstanding Sophomore of the Year and was Honorable Mention All-State. During the 1961-62 season he was selected again as All-Tournament and All-Conference, he also earned the Bergen MVP.

Bill served as co-captain during the 1961-62 and 1963-64 season. Bill joins former coaches Tom Quinn and Neil Gordon in the Newberry college Hall of Fame.

Off the basketball court, Bill received his Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce and was a member of the Kappa Phi Social Fraternity, Newman Club and made the Dean’s list during his senior year.

After graduating from Newberry College in 1964, Bill attended one of the first training programs in the developing computer industry with Control Data Corporation. He has had a career in sales, primarily in the Information Technology field, where he distinguished himself with numerous sales achievement awards throughout his career.

Bill lives in McLean, Va., with his wife Karen and has three children: Anne, John and Trish. Bill has four grandchildren: Rachel, Rebecca, Michael and Abby.