In 1912 he finished sixth the discus throw event and 15th in the two handed discus throw competition. In 1916 he added five feet to the college discus record, throwing 145 feet 11 1/2 inches at the Penn Relays. He was inducted in the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame in 1964.
He died in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
- St Alban's Winner of Titles in Relays, Washington Post, April 30, 1916
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