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Northwest Bearcats

Marty Albertson

Marty AlbertsonFootball / Baseball
2006 Inductee

Albertson was a four-time starter in both baseball and football from 1974-'78. He was a First Team All-Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association pick at shortstop in 1978 and earned two First Team nods at both punter and safety in 1977.

He helped lead the Bearcats to the NCAA baseball playoffs from 1975-'78 and played alongside future major league Gary Gaetti on the 1977 team. Following his college career, the Green City native went on to play professionally himself in a New York-Pennsylvania independent league.

As a punter, Albertson finished his career with a 38.1-yard average and 152 lifetime punts. In 1976, his 40.1 yard average ranked first in the MIAA. As a defensive back, he tied for fifth all-time with 13 interceptions. He was part of the 8-2 1974 conference championship team coached by Gladden Dye.