Pat Richter

© Photographed April 23, 2017
Erected 2006
Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin
43.068967, -89.411900

PAT RICHTER

Nine-time letter winner in football, basketball, and baseball

Consensus All-America [sic] end in 1962

Two-time first-time All-Big Ten [sic] selection

Nation's leading receiver in 1961

Big Ten's leading received in 1961 and 1962

Them Rose Bowl-record [sic] 11 catches for 163 yards vs. No. 1 USC in 1963
Academic All-American in 1962

First-round NFL draft choice and eight-year member of the
Washington Redskins

Academic All-America [sic] Hall of Fame member and NCAA

Silver Anniversary Award recipient

College Football, UW Athletics, and Rose Bowl Hall of Fame member

UW Director of Athletics from 1989 to 2004

The Pat Richter statue and marker are located at the Monroe Street (Kellner Hall) entrance to Camp Randall Stadium, and is accessible from southbound Monroe Street, south of its intersection with North Randall Avenue, at or near 1440 Monroe Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53711.
 

 
PAT RICHTER
Director of Athletics
University of Wisconsin
1989-2004

The marker is on the wall behind the statue.


The Pat Richter statue and marker are on the left.


The statue and marker are located at Camp Randall Stadium.

The statue and marker are behind the locked gate.

The Pat Richter statue and marker are located on the
UW-Madison campus in Madison, Wisconsin.

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