Glendon E. Galligan: Hall of Fame Inductee
In his first year of coaching at WSU, his teams won championships in football, basketball and track. From 1927-34, his teams won 7 championships: 3 in football, 2 in basketball, 2 in track.
Galligan retired in 1963 after a professional career that spanned 41 years. He taught high school before joining WSU. He was president of the Minnesota Association of Health and Physical Education, president of the Winona Recreation Department, president of Winona Kiwanis Club, president of the Southern Minnesota Officials Association, and commander of the Winona American Legion Post #9. He was honored in 1948 by the establishment of the Glenn Galligan Award given in the NIC and there’s also a Glen E. Galligan Memorial Award for Professional Development. He was with Washington State University from 1948 until his retirement in 1963. Galligan died in 1972.
Men's Basketball, Football, Track & Field
From 1927-1934, his teams won 7 championships: 3 in football, 2 in basketball, 2 in track
Awards created in his honor:
NIC Glenn Galligan Award
Glen E. Galligan Memorial Award for Professional Development
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