Richard Grieves ‘83
Mr. Grieves is Vice President of Business Development at Wye Financial and Trust Company in Easton, Maryland.
Mr. Grieves came to Washington College from the Boys’ Latin School in Baltimore. He was a standout lacrosse player and a member of the Lambda Pi Delta fraternity. He earned his bachelors degree in American Studies in 1983. He previously served as Vice President and Manager of Janney Montgomery Scott, LLC, and as a stockbroker with the firm of H.C. Wainwright and Company, also in Easton.
Mr. Grieves is considered to be among the most exceptional midfielders to ever play for the Sho’men, posting a career record of 120 goals and 91 assists. He played on teams that reached the NCAA post-season tournament all four years, including the 1982 squad that lost a 9-8 overtime heartbreaker to Hobart in the championship game. In his senior season, he led the squad to the NCAA Semi-finals. His post-season honors include 1st Team All-American status, an honor he earned twice in his four years as a player. In 1983, the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association selected him as the Outstanding Midfielder in NCAA Division III. In addition, he was selected to participate in the annual U.S.I.L.A. North-South Senior Lacrosse game. In October 1998, Dicky Grieves was elected to the Washington College Hall of Fame.
Mr. Grieves is a member of the board of the Radcliffe Creek School, the Talbot Special Riders, Talbot Lacrosse Association, Washington College Hall of Fame Committee, and the Mid-Shore Community Foundation. He lives in Easton, Maryland, with his wife Betsy, and their three children, Elizabeth, Lindsay, and Casey.