Robert "Bob" Wilson '78
Robert Wilson started all 41 games of his football career at offensive tackle. During his junior year, he was named first team All-ODAC both as an offensive tackle in football and as a heavyweight in wrestling. He served as a football tri-captain his senior year and was named first team Kodak All-American, third team Division III All-American and first team All-ODAC. During his senior season, he helped lead the team to a 10-1 record and H-SC's only NCAA Tournament appearance.
Robert is currently a division president for Northland Cranberries, Inc. He and his wife, Evelyn, live in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, with their three children, Katie, Jennifer and Robert.
Ted Chambers '83
Although he never played varsity lacrosse at his prep school in Baltimore, in his lacrosse career at Hampden-Sydney Ted Chambers started all four years on the squad. Like his team, never before recognized as a national lacrosse power, Chambers quickly matured into one of the country's best defensemen.
Along with John Gibson '82 (H-SC Hall of Fame Inductee), Chambers was H-SC's first lacrosse All-American, earning honorable mention honors in both 1982 and 1983. He was a key member of H-SC's 1982 team, which posted a 12-4 record and a first-ever national ranking (number eight). That team's 12 wins remains a school record, equaled by the 1998 squad.
Graduating summa cum laude with a degree in French, Chambers earned his medical degree from Vanderbilt University, then pursued post-graduate training at the University of Pittsburgh, The Johns Hopkins University, and the renowned Miami Vascular Institute. He now specializes in endovascular surgery at Fairfax Hospital in Northern Virginia. He and his wife, Gloria, have two children, Theo and Gabriela.
Jack Barber '89
Football, Basketball, Lacrosse
One of the top defensive backs in H-SC football history, Jack Barber was a three-time first team All-ODAC selection on the gridiron. His 16 pass break-ups as a freshman in 1985 is still a H-SC record, as are his 35 career break-ups. He was in H-SC's top ten in tackles all four years, including a career-best 66 as a senior. Barber returned punts and kickoffs all four years as well, and his 94-yard kickoff return in 1987 against Guilford is still a H-SC record.
As a lacrosse player, he was a first team All-ODAC midfielder in 1989, helping the Tigers to an 11-3 record and NCAA berth. In addition, he was named an alternate for the North-South All-American game and an all-state selection. His senior year lacrosse statistics included 17 goals and seven assists.
As a junior, Barber joined the Tiger basketball team, becoming the first three-sport athlete at H-SC in over 20 years. He played in 24 of 25 games, averaging 4.6 points, and was named the team's Most Improved Player at the end of the season.
A native of Durham, North Carolina, Barber attended Woodberry Forest High School. He is currently an investment manager for RCM Global Investors in San Francisco, CA. He and his wife, Mary, have a son, Jackson, and another family member on the way.
Stephen Waskey '90
During his four years on "the Hill" at Hampden-Sydney, Stephen Waskey became one of the top pass receivers in school history. He is the Hampden-Sydney record holder, with at least one pass reception in 29 consecutive games. His 1,648 career receiving yards ranks fourth on the H-SC chart, while his 108 career receptions is fifth-best.
A two-time All-American as a split end, Waskey earned All-ODAC honors three times, including first team honors as a junior and senior and second team accolades as a sophomore. As a junior, he led the ODAC with 44 receptions and 602 receiving yards. His 44 receptions is the fifth-best mark in H-SC history. A star on and off the field, he was awarded the Gammon Cup in 1990 as Hampden-Sydney's top student-athlete.
Waskey graduated with a B.A. in Managerial Economics in 1990. He currently lives in Roanoke and is a financial advisor and investment officer for First Union Securities. He and his wife, Karen, have a son, Stephen Brooks.
Woody Fitzhugh '74
A native of Herndon and a psychology major at Hampden-Sydney, Woody Fitzhugh played for Gus Franke's outstanding golf program that propelled the Tigers among the elite teams in the nation. Fitzhugh also played on the Tiger basketball team.
After graduating from Hampden-Sydney, Fitzhugh earned his Mid-Atlantic PGA card, playing for three years on the PGA tour. He won the 1984 Middle Atlantic Open and was named the Section Player of the Year on four occasions (based on money winning and points) and was the individual champion twice (1981, 1985); he finished in the top-20 three times. Overall in his career, he qualified for the National Club Professional Championship 12 times and the PGA Championship twice (1980, 1988). He has become one of Virginia's top professional golfers, winning the Virginia State Open Championship title in 1984, 1986 and 1988. In the state of Virginia, Woody is mentioned in the same breath as Curtis Strange and Lanny Wadkins. In fact, he beat Curtis Strange to win two of his three Virginia State Open titles.
He is now the owner of Woody's Driving Range in Herndon, where he lives with his wife, Joan, and three daughters, Tyler, and twins Leta and Currie.
**All information listed is current as of 2000.