|Sport (s):||Men's Basketball|
C. Morgan Everson (Class of 1966) received his BA in History. He served 3 years in the Army, exiting with the rank of captain. In 1970 he joined Merrill Lynch as an Investment Advisor, and later on worked at Shearson for a total of 40 years in the investment advisory business.
A three-year letterman, Everson led DePauw in scoring both as a junior and a senior and in rebounding his sophomore and junior seasons. He was a UPI Small College honorable mention all-America selection as a junior and twice selected to the all-Indiana Collegiate Conference second team. He started all but two of his 65 games during his DePauw basketball career. He graduated as the school’s second all-time leading scorer with 1,144 points and third with 565 rebounds. His career point total was the most by a Tiger in a three-year career. His career average of 17.6 points per game still ranked fifth in school history at the time of his induction. Everson was selected to play on a team of Indiana college players who faced a similar team from Kentucky.
Both of Everson’s parents graduated from DePauw in 1930. He and his late wife Carol have two daughters, Emily and Amy. Everson currently resides in Indianapolis, Indiana.