Don Woodworth, the all-time career leading scorer for Whitman men’s basketball, was inducted into the college’s Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, April 26 during a ceremony at Whitman’s campus in Walla Walla, Wash.
Woodworth, a graduate of Bellevue High School, remains the all-time career leader for Whitman with 2,019 points nearly four decades after his graduation. The 6-foot-5 forward led Whitman in scoring for his final three years.
As a senior, he scored a school-record 652 points in 25 games, a 26.1 point average.
Woodworth earned his law degree at the University of Washington in 1971 and works as a senior deputy in the King County Prosecutors Office.
Woodworth, who lives in Bellevue with his wife Antonia Terlaje Woodworth, has three children: daughters Ruby and Lola, and son Richard, a junior All-KingCo basketball player at Newport High School.