COLLEGE ATHLETIC HALL of FAME MEMBERS FROM NORTH CENTRAL WASHINGTON
Milt Bohart FOOTBALL
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON HUSKY LEGENDS HALL OF FAME
Milt Bohart was a three-sport standout at Wenatchee High School before becoming a member of the University of Washington grid team. He captured the national spotlight as the first Husky ever selected as the national "Lineman-of-the-Week" in 1953. He capped that season by earning a spot on the "All-America" team at guard, and was also "All-Coast" and "All-Pacific Coast Conference." Husky teammates honored him with the Guy Flaherty Most Inspirational award and he was selected to play in the Hula Bowl and East-West Shrine all-star football games.