Athletics Hall of Fame

Derek Van Slyck '75

Class of 2010

Football, Hockey, Lacrosse

Derek Van Slyck was a 12-time varsity letter winner and tri-captain in football, hockey, and lacrosse. In football, Derek played both running back and wide receiver. He helped lead the 1975 football team to an undefeated season and a 41-29 victory over Milton, its best season since 1951. He was voted an All-League performer in his senior season. In the winter, he received four varsity letters for hockey and captained the hockey team his senior year. He was a first-line hockey wing for three years and received All-Star recognition his senior season.

His best sport came in the spring, where he was a standout lacrosse player. He started on varsity all four years as an attackman and co-captained the team his senior year. He was All-League and was invited to play in the North-South All-Star game after senior year. He was the winner of the Nobles Shield.

Derek went on to Bowdoin College to play hockey and lacrosse, in which he set the all-time goal record with 165.

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2010 Hall of Fame Derek Van Slyck '75