Ed Grzembski is among Bartlett High Schoolís all time two-sport standouts for his superb performances on both the basketball court and baseball diamond.
Ed has the distinction of being the Indiansí all time leading scorer. The shooting guard scored 1,548 points during his four year career at Bartlett and led the Green and White to the State Championship Game. In baseball, the slick fielding shortstop hid near the .500 mark for four years.
The 1987 Bartlett graduate received many accolades for those achievements. He was named to the Worcester Telegram & Gazette all-star teams in both sports in his junior and senior years. Edís other awards included: Border Conference all-star teams in both sports for all four scholastic years; numerous MVP awards in both sports; and many times was listed as the Webster Times Player of the Week.
Ed received a full basketball scholarship to Stonehill College, where he played for four years after his graduation from Bartlett. While playing for the Chieftans during the 1989, 1990, and 1991 seasons, he was named Northeast 10 Conference Play of the Week, and was a member of the Northeast 10 All-Conference teams.
In 1990, he received an ECAC Player of the Week award. In 1989 he received a Kodak award, and upon graduation from Stonehill College in 1991, he received the prestigious Fr. William Gartland Memorial Sportsmanship award.
As of 2002, Ed still held the most 3-point field goals in a season, hitting 200 from long range for the Chieftans. He is listed as number 8 on the Stonehill College all-time scoring list.
Ed and Joanne Grzembski live in Webster. He works for Atlas Box & Crating, while Joanne is Nichols Collegeís womenís basketball coach. They have two children, Anthony, 4, and Allison, 1.