William J. McEnteer Jr.
Place of birth:
Second Row…the engine room
Summary of rugby career:
First Started Playing Where:
Clubs represented and Years:
Eagle Rock (1969-1970)
Santa Monica Rugby Club (1972)
Santa Monica Rugby Club (1977-1984)
Old Frothonians (1982, 1986, 1990)
Territorial/National Representative Teams and years:
No of Caps (if applicable):
No of International Matches (if applicable):
Tours: Where, With Whom and Years:
Australia - Santa Monica Rugby Club (1978)
Australia - Old Froths (1984)
England - Old Froths (1986)
Awards and Recognition:
Impact rugby had on your life:
I must say that many of the great things in my life are a result of rugby, great friendships, the ability to live and work in Aspen, a job that allowed me to travel the world and now I am back in the mountains of Colorado enjoying life.
Most inspirational teammate/coach and why:
Coach - Dennis Storer, The first coach shapes the way you think about the sport and Dennis instilled great values in my thinking.
Player - Vic Lepisto, The importance of family and friends from one of the most competitive individuals I have ever known.
What wisdom would you pass on to current players:
Have fun, get involved in your sport and stay involved, you will never regret it!
Marital Status (Spouse/Kids names):
“ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country.” JFK
Fire fighting, skiing, golf, Corvettes and (again) rugby administration.
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