To many, Bob Reall was Bryant University Athletics. Spending 24 years of coaching three different sports as well as serving in various administrative capacities, including interim director of athletics, Reall will be elected into the hall of fame as a contributor for his many roles served within the department. Retiring from Bryant in May of 2000, Reall coached more than 450 games, including seven seasons as coach of Bryant's then varsity ice hockey team, two as the school's baseball coach, and 12 seasons as the Bryant's softball coach. During his time as ice hockey coach, the Bulldogs captured the ECAC Division III championship. In only his second year as coach of the Bryant softball team, the Bulldogs set a school record for wins in a season with 23 in 1989. The record didn't last however, as Reall's Bulldogs posted a 28-win season in 1994 and won the ECAC tournament. In addition to his coaching duties, Reall oversaw a highly successful intramural athletics program at Bryant for more than 20 years and had served as interim director of athletics at the college. A resident of Lincoln, R.I., Reall is a 1956 graduate of Providence College, where he was a standout member of the Friars' ice hockey team.