Lou Scrivens lettered four years each in basketball and baseball at Willamette under Hall of Fame coach John Lewis. The basketball team was 66-38 during his four years: twice winning the Northwest Conference championship outright (1950, 1952) and twice sharing the title (1949, 1951). He was and all-Conference guard in 1950 and 1952. The 1952 team went 22-5 and advanced to the district championship game. The Bearcat Baseball team didnít have a losing season in Scrivensí four years. Willamette was 55-32 during that span, winning the NWC crown in 1950. He was an all-Conference pitcher in 1950 and 1951. Scrivens played two seasons for the Salem Senators minor League Baseball team in the 1950s and coached high school baseball for nine years.