McDaniel College Sports Hall of Fame

John ¿Jack¿ Baile, of Westminster, received a bachelor¿s degree in 1962 and master¿s in 1973 from then-Western Maryland College. He was a four-year starter on the baseball team and a three-year starter and co-captain of the men¿s soccer team, and was selected to the first team All Mason-Dixon Halfback, first team All Maryland Halfback, and first team All South Halfback by the National Soccer Coaches Association. He also played basketball for two years.
He had a career as a teacher in Carroll County Public Schools, and organized the county¿s outdoor school program in 1964. He retired in 1995, and has volunteered for organizations such as the United Way, YMCA, Girl Scouts of America, Carroll County Historical Society and Shepherd¿s Staff.
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( Submitted photo / November 10, 2012 )

John ¿Jack¿ Baile, of Westminster, received a bachelor¿s degree in 1962 and master¿s in 1973 from then-Western Maryland College. He was a four-year starter on the baseball team and a three-year starter and co-captain of the men¿s soccer team, and was selected to the first team All Mason-Dixon Halfback, first team All Maryland Halfback, and first team All South Halfback by the National Soccer Coaches Association. He also played basketball for two years. He had a career as a teacher in Carroll County Public Schools, and organized the county¿s outdoor school program in 1964. He retired in 1995, and has volunteered for organizations such as the United Way, YMCA, Girl Scouts of America, Carroll County Historical Society and Shepherd¿s Staff.

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