HAGIST, COACH DUFFY

COACH DUFFY HAGIST
                                                
Inducted:  May 28, 2004 in Indianapolis, IN

Date of Birth:  January 19, 1945 in Beech Grove, IN

High School Attended:  Scecina Memorial  Graduated:  1963

High School Honors:  National Honor Society; Senior Academic Honor Award (highest average of athletes); Mental Attitude Award senior year.

College Attended:  St. Joseph College      Graduated:  1967
                           Butler University  MS

College Honors:  All-ICC Quarterback; Outstanding Offensive Player Award junior year; Most Valuable Player, senior year; ranked 1st for 2 years as Small College Total Offensive Player and Passing Offensive Player.

Coaching Experience:  Junior varsity head coach and assistant quarterback coach at Mishawaka Marian 1967; offensive coordinator at Indianapolis Ritter 2 years, then head coach 8 years; head coach at Franklin Community HS 4 years; head freshman/assistant varsity coach at Roncalli 3 years; assistant coach of defensive backs at Franklin College for 14 years; also served as a head wrestling coach for 11 years with a dual meet record of 111-43, and as a head baseball coach 7 years with a record of 141-53.

Coaching Honors:  State Champions at Indianapolis Ritter 1977; assistant coach of State Champions at Roncalli 1985; Indiana South All-Star Coach 1980; District Coach of the Year 1980; Kellogg Coach of the Year; Bloomington Herald-Telephone Coach of the Year; Johnson County Coach of the Year 1978, 1980, 1981.

Outstanding Players Coached:  Chuck Schwanekamp, Joe Metallic, Ken Israel, Mike Pinnick, Andy Woods, Terry Taphorn, Mike Purichia, Ron Doyle, Harry Dunn, Addison Simpson, Joe Pfennig, Tom Collins, and Clayton Cowling; assistant coaches who became head coaches - Mike McClure (Franklin College), Rick Cannon (Redan, GA), Terry Taphorn (Speedway), Rick Carrico (Ritter), John Wirtz (Roncalli), and Dave Gandolph (Center Grove).

Special Recognition:  Received Indiana Football Coaches Association Service Award; served 2 years as IFCA Board Member; while coaching, also served as a high school administrator; retired from coaching in 2002; continues as the principal of Monrovia High School, a position he has held since 1994.

Family:  Wife, Connie; children, Douglas, Deborah, Aaron.