STATISTICS & HISTORY
Emory “Em” Grayson was letterwinner in three sports at the University of Massachusetts (baseball, basketball and football). Grayson won a total of eight letters during his career and is regarded as one of the most versatile athletes in UMass history. He also competed in hockey and track. Upon graduation, Grayson played professional basketball for four seasons in the Interstate Basketball League. He was a four-year starter in the IBL, a league dotted with some of the best professional players of the era. After graduation he worked as a physical education instructor then later as the director of Placement Services at UMass. In 1942, at the age of 48, Grayson joined the Navy as a Lieutenant, Senior Grade and served throughout World War II.
|Emory Ellsworth Grayson||Born: Jun 4, 1894||Died: Sep 1, 1976||Hometown:||Milford, Ma.|
|Brother of Raymond Grayson||REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|1924-25||Westfield Whip City AC||Indep|
|1927-28||Northampton Oxford AC||Indep|
|Major League Totals||90||146||121||413||4.6|
|Major League Totals||8||12||9||33||4.1|