Bill Manlove, who won 211 Division III games while coaching at Widener, Delaware Valley and La Salle, yesterday was selected for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame's Divisional class for players and coaches of small colleges.
Also selected in the coaching category was Dayton's Mike Kelly, who won 82 percent of his games (246-54-1) in 27 years.
Also, longtime NFL linebackers Charles Haley and Dexter Coakley were chosen.
Haley played at James Madison from 1982-85. He is still the school's career leader in tackles and in 1986 he became the first player from the school selected in the NFL draft. Coakley starred at Appalachian State from 1993-96 and is the only two-time winner of the Buck Buchanan Award as the top defensive player in Division I-AA (now called FCS). He is still the Mountaineers' career leader in tackles with 616.