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Bill Stromberg

Wide Receiver

William Joseph Stromberg

Inducted 2004

Date of Birth



Baltimore, MD


Johns Hopkins University (1978-1981)


One of the finest wide receivers in Division III history, Bill Stromberg set six national and 13 school records. Already a member of his school's Hall of Fame, Bill becomes the first Blue Jay to enter the College Football Hall of Fame. In 1980, and again the following year, Stromberg led the nation in receiving and was a first-team All-America. He was also the Most Valuable Player in the Middle Atlantic Conference. His total of 258 career receptions was an NCAA record until 1993, and his 3,776 career reception yards was a record until 1989. His 39 touchdown catches was also an NCAA record as were his figures for catches and yards per game. During his career Bill had 19 games where he exceeded 100 receiving yards. He was also an outstanding baseball player, setting school records for runs scored and stolen bases. Stromberg was signed by the Philadelphia Eagles and was the final receiver cut prior to the 1982 season. He then went to Dartmouth to earn his MBA prior to entering the business world.


Height 6'2

Weight 190

Career Highlights

  • 1981 All-Conference
  • 1981 Conference MVP
  • 1981 First Team All-America (Div. III)
  • 1981 Led nation in receiving
  • 1980 All-Conference
  • 1980 Conference MVP
  • 1980 First Team All-America (Div. III)
  • 1980 Led nation in receiving
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