Active from 1949-1952 • Inducted in 2017
Dick Voll earned All-Conference First-Team honors as a defensive back in 1950 and 1951 and was a three-year starter on defense. In 1952, Voll was pressed into the starting quarterback role after an injury sidelined the team's starter in the season's second game. In 1950, Lewis & Clark led 457 schools in the NCAA College Division in rushing defense and was second in total defense. Voll was the primary punter for three seasons and averaged 37.6 yards per kick. He later served as an assistant coach.
Dick Voll lives in Moro Ore. with his wife, Millie. They also have a second home in the Palm Springs, Calif. area, where they live six months of the year. Dick met Millie because of a mutual friend that brought them together in 1989. They are both in their second marriage and share four children, two from Dick’s previous marriage and two from Millie’s. Dick enjoys traveling the world for pleasure and serving those less fortunate.
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