William C Watson

Financial Representative

Personal

I live with my wife Molly and our three children - Tony, Patrick, and Emily.

I enjoy hockey, golf, and camping with my family.

Bill Watson’s UMD Jersey is Retired

The University of Minnesota Duluth officially retired Bill Watson's No. 14 jersey, making the former Hobey Baker Memorial Award recipient the third Bulldog male in any sport to be so honored. Watson, who is the only individual to play and coach in a NCAA Frozen Four championship game with the Bulldogs, topped a three-year playing career in 1984-85 by winning the Hobey Baker Memorial Award as the most outstanding player in college hockey. The two-time All-American (1983-84 and 1984-85) paced the WCHA scoring for a second straight season that year and was chosen the league's Most Valuable Player.  In 108 lifetime outings, Watson racked up 210 points for a 1.94 points per game average -- the best figure ever turned in by a Bulldog.

In 2006-07, Bill Watson returned to his alma mater as a volunteer assistant coach, a position he held through spring 2013. During those eight years, he was part of one NCAA national champion (2010-11), three NCAA Tournament qualifiers (2008-09, 2010-11 and 2011-12) and one Western Collegiate Hockey Association playoff title winner (2008-09). Watson continues with the Bulldog program as an operations assistant.

 

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