Joe Boyle Inducted into Hall of Fame

Our very own Joe Boyle will be inducted into the Phoenix College Athletic Hall of Fame at the Ninth Annual Hall of Fame Dinner on Friday, buy October 16th.   He is being honored for his running accomplishments while he attended Phoenix College in 1965 and 1966. The accomplishments include placing 3rd in the mile and 5th in the two mile at the 1965 National NJCAA Championship. The following year, viagra 100mg 1966, he placed 3rd in both the mile and the two mile at the National NJCAA Championship as well as being named scholar athlete. Helped in part by Joe’s running, the school won the National Jr. College Track and Field Championship in 1965 and 1966.


This will be the second time Ole’ Joe has been honored with a Hall of Fame induction for his running. After earning an associate degree at Phoenix College, Joe went on to an outstanding running career at Harding University in Arkansas. In 1992 he was inducted into the Harding University Hall of Fame.


Joe is now the Director of the Texas Running Center and a columnist with Clines Running Corner and Lone Star Christian Sports Network. Those interested in his many accomplishments, including coaching and teaching in private schools and his work as the Director of Sports, (Sports Branch), at the United States Military Academy West Point, New York, can read his bio at Clines Running Corner.