Bob Wagner was a two-time first-team All-OAC selection for his work as an offensive tackle on the football field, and a two-time all-region selection for his work as a defenseman on the lacrosse team. The football Tigers posted a 28-7 record during Wagner's four years in the Red & White, including a 14-5 OAC record with one conference title. A team captain as a senior, Wagner capped his collegiate football career with honorable mention Lutheran All-America honors in 1968. He went on to a successful coaching career, starting with four years at Muskingum and Wooster before moving on to the NCAA Division I coaching ranks, including stops at the University of Washington, University of Arizona and University of Texas-El Paso. He capped his career with 19 years on the football coaching staff at the University of Hawaii, including nine as the program's head coach. He led the Rainbow Warriors to their first-ever NCAA Division I top-20 finish, first-ever Western Athletic Conference (WAC) title and first-ever bowl appearance while accumulating career records of 5-1 against the Pac-10 and 2-2 against the Big 10. He was named WAC Coach of the Year in 1989 and 1992. A native of Newark, Ohio, Wagner earned his degree in management from Wittenberg in 1969. He currently resides in Keaau, Hawaii.