He will be recognized as part of the 18th class of inductees into the Eastern Athletics Hall of Fame on Sept. He went on to spend nearly 50 years as a coach and administrator, much of it in the Inland Northwest. His coaching stops included his high school alma mater, North Central; Columbia Basin College, where he played two years before transferring to Eastern; and Lewis-Clark State, where he was also athletic director. He was also A. While at Lewis-Clark State, Hannan won games in 15 seasons as basketball coach, including five seasons with 18 or more wins and a school-record 21 in Martin compiled points to outdistance runner-up John Hilden by 21 points.
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The use of software that blocks ads hinders our ability to serve you the content you came here to enjoy. We ask that you consider turning off your ad blocker so we can deliver you the best experience possible while you are here. Originally from Omak, Wash. He still holds Eastern's career receiving record with , and ranks fourth with 2, yards
Local briefs: EWU to honor Dick Hannan at Hall of Fame festivities
Not bad for a small-town coastal Washington native who cut his teeth calling minor league baseball games in Las Vegas and working in local television in Portland. Looking back to the early s, what made you choose Eastern Washington University? Well, I came from a small little town on the beach — Grayland, a town of about 1, people. I was the quarterback and a basketball player at Ocosta High School. It was a great community to grow up in.
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