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Chuck Winters originally came to BG intending to play football, however by the time he graduated, he was among the top lacrosse players in the nation. He earned three varsity letters at Bowling Green, and also earned honorable mention All- American honors after a 17-goal senior season.

Photo Courtesy BGSU Athletic Department He was named to the All-Midwest second team as a sophomore and junior, then was honored on the first team as a senior, as the Falcons finished the 1969 season at 11-1. He was selected to play in the North-South game after his senior year at BG.

After his playing career had ended, Winters stayed at BG as a graduate assistant coach in 1970 before taking an assistant coaching position at SUNY-Cortland. Two years later, he began a nine year head coaching run at SUNY-Cortland, which included national championships in 1973 and 1975. Chuck has also served as an associate athletic director at Army, and as athletic director at Gettysburg College, a position he held for 13 years. He also served on the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Rules Committee as the secretary-rules editor.

In 2000, Winters was enshrined in the Ohio Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

(Information on this page was compiled from a bgsufalcons.com press release, July 15, 2004.)

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