RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE
 ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME

JOE AGUIAR
GRAD. YEAR: 1960

SOCCER, TRACK, BASEBALL

INDUCTED:  2000

Joe Aguiar is one of the finest menís soccer players in RICís history. He started every game during his career and scored 34 career goals, which stood as the school record until 1972. He is currently fourth all-time in career goals and eighth in career points. The menís soccer team placed second twice in the New England College Conference during his career. Aguiar also lettered in track and baseball during his undergraduate days at RIC.

He earned both his bachelorís degree in English and social studies (1960) and his masterís degree in education (1964) from RIC.

Aguiar enjoyed a long career as a teacher and school administrator, retiring after 30 years as an Ohio School Superintendent in 1999. The Ohio House of Representatives recognized him for four decades of commitment to public school children in both Massachusetts and Ohio. Prior to working in Ohio, he was a teacher at Attleboro High School and a principal in Westford, both located in Massachusetts.