Clarence Stasavich​

Inducted: 1970
  • Born in Georgetown, IL, 1913 
  • Graduated from Lenoir-Rhyne 1935
  • Head coach at Lenoir-Rhyne from 1946–1961, compiling a record of 120-37-7
  • Head coach at East Carolina from 1962–1969, compiling a record of 50-27-1
  • Won nine Carolinas Conference titles at Lenoir-Rhyne and led the school to the 1960 NAIA national title
  • Named NAIA National Coach of the Year in 1959
  • Took East Carolina to three bowl games
  • Served as athletic director at East Carolina from 1963–1975
  • American Football Coaches Association College Coach of the Year in 1964 
  • One of last coaches to use single-wing offense
  • Member of the Helms Foundation Hall of Fame
  • Naval officer in World War II; took part in landings at Tunisia, Sicily, Anzio, and Normandy
  • Died in 1975