Athletics Hall of Fame
Dale Baldwin

Dale Baldwin

SPORT(S) Ice Hockey
PLAYED AT BSU 1976-80
YEAR INDUCTED 2011

Dale Baldwin graduated from BSU in 1980 with a degree in physical education and health. He later went on to earn a Master’s in education with an emphasis in management and business sciences from Indiana University.

While at BSU, Baldwin was a four-year letter winner of the men’s ice hockey team. He holds BSU records for most goals in a season (43), career shorthanded goals (13), ranks all-time in goals scored (93) and remains 12th on the Beavers' all-time scoring list with 93-70=163 points.  Baldwin, a team captain and All-America selection in 1979-80, led the beavers to back-to-back national championships as a junior and senior (1979 and 1980).

Following graduation, Baldwin continued his hockey career signing with the Fort Wayne Komets of the IHL. He served as team captain four out of seven season and was voted as the team's Unsung Hero three times.  He ranks second in club history for penalty minutes (1,589), 15th all-time in points scored (452) and seventh in games played.

Dale was selected as one of BSU's 50 men’s hockey players for 50 Years as a part of the program's 50-Year celebration in 2006.

He currently works as the Pepsi Beverages Company Regional Sales Manager for northern Indiana.

He and his wife, Amy, have three children, Trevor, Anthony, and Michael and make their home in Fort Wayne, Ind.

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