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Joe Story was an all-star wide receiver in football, who later became captain of the United States Olympic Team Handball Squad. He was a four-time Northwest Conference all-star in football and led the Bearcats in scoring three years-amassing 108 points in his career. He was also a two-time NAIA District 2 all-star. Story was a member of the U.S. Team Handball squad from 1978-1988. He was the teamís captain from 1986-1988 Olympics. He was named the team's player of the year in 1980 and 1986. Story helped organize team handball as a club sport at Willamette and the 1975 team won the collegiate division national championship.