Boy Eldredge was a three-sport athlete at Punahou School, playing football, basketball and baseball.
A natural talent, Eldredge racked up the awards at Punahou. He was named Most Inspirational Player for football and basketball twice, and once for baseball. He earned ILH First-Team honors in all three sports. In baseball, Eldredge was named to the All-State team twice, and was a High School All-American his senior year.
As a high-school senior, Eldredge was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds, but chose to attend Brigham Young University to play baseball. In college, he was an All-Western Athletic Conference selection and was voted team captain of the Cougars’ top-ranked baseball club in 1983.
Eldredge’s success continued after college when he shifted to coaching. His winning percentage as head coach of Southern Utah University remains the highest in school history. He has coached five national championship youth baseball teams and a number of sports at Punahou throughout the years. He currently serves as an athletic associate at Punahou and is head coach of the girls softball team.