Worcester State Athletics honored track and field record holder Stanley Egbor ’01 on Feb. 19 for his induction into the MASCAC Hall of Fame.
Egbor, the most decorated track and field athlete in Worcester State history, was selected for induction last May. The 2001 graduate was a six-time All-American with the Lancers and is still the Worcester State program record holder in the 55 meter dash, the 100 meter dash and the 200 meter dash.
Already a member of the Worcester State Athletics Hall of Fame, Egbor was recognized during halftime of Saturday’s women’s basketball game and received his MASCAC Hall of Fame plaque from Worcester State Associate AD Karen Tessmer and Deputy Director of Athletics John Meany.
He was joined on the court by his son Dylan Egbor, his friend Kristy Barnes and his former coach Al Harper.
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