Greater Evansville Football

Hall of Fame Inductee

Kenny “Dike” Treadway

Category:  Player
Year Inducted:  2016
Team: Blue Cats

2005

  • AFL Tupelo Fireants signed

 

2004

  • NIFL Signed by New York arena team STATEN ISLAND XTREME by former Blue Cats first year coach Avery Attadero
  • NFLE workout and initial offer (Atlanta Falcons/Rhein Fire Kicker)

 

2003

  • NIFL Signed by Inaugural Evansville Blue Cats team as WR/QB at age 31
  • Placekicker final game of season

 

2000

  • Hired by 2A Mckenzie Rebels Mckenzie Tennessee to be assistant offensive coordinator and special teams
  • Most wins in a season in school history up to 2000 (11-2)
  • Head Baseball Coach (First winning season in previous 4 years)
  • Graduated from the University of Evansville (During junior and senior years of college, UE dropped football.)

 

1998-1999

  • Gibson Southern High School: Coached wr and kr  with fellow GESHOF Darrin Ward (Boonville)
  • Assisted GSHS to its first winning season in 15 years and back to back winning seasons in 15 years

 

1996-1998

  • University of Evansville: Six years removed from football as a 24-year-old, redshirted freshman.
  • Treadway was a productive WR in the starting four receiver rotation as a sophomore with GESHOF Vince Twedell and Sean Bennett.

 

1995

  • Offensive Coordinator for undefeated Princeton Boys Club Champions, coaching fellow alumni Bo Greer from Princeton, IN

 

1990-1994

  • S. Marine War Veteran (Operation Desert Storm)

 

1990

  • Graduated from Mt. Carmel High School
  • Starting Catcher for baseball NEC conference champions

 

1988-1990

  • Mt. Carmel Golden Aces (junior-senior years)
  • All conference writers and coaches NEC (North Egypt Conference) football at wide receiver.

 

1987-1988

  • Bosse High School: Treadway was a receiver on the football team and started 2nd base for Joe Unfried on the varsity baseball team.

 

* Ken Treadway was adopted shortly after his senior year of high school, hence “Dike” in parenthesis in his name. Treadway was raised by his older sister and her husband (Treadway).

 

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