Stephen A. Orthwein
addition to having attained a six-goal handicap,
He was the recipient of the
He served numerous terms on
the USPA International, Tournament, Rules and Rules Interpretation Committees
as well as serving as
After having served on its board for many years, he served as Chairman of the Museum of Polo and Hall of Fame from 2001 until 2010.
As a player from a multigeneration polo family, he made his first national bones by leading his Yale University team to National Collegiate Polo Championships in 1967and 1968, and has gone on to win numerous additional tournament wins including the Monty Waterbury Cup in 1977, 1979 Butler Handicap, the 16-Goal championship in 1967.
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