Ran track, played football and American Legion baseball
Excelled in academics and earned membership in the National Honor Society, graduating in 1955
Attended Hendrix College where he lettered in track four hears and football one year.
In 1956, finished second in the 100 and 220-yard dashes in the AIC meet .
In 1957 finished second in the 100-yard dash and first in the 220-yard dash.
In 1958 placed second in the 100, won the 220, 440 relay, 880 relay leading the Warriors to the AIC Championship
Hendrix went on to win another AIC championship in 1959; Teague won the 100-yard dash, the 220-yard dash and ran anchor laps on the Warriors 440-yard relay and 880-yard relay teams. The 880 yard relay time was one-tenth of a second off the AIC record. Finished as high point man in the AIC meet with 12 ½ points.
In 1959 named recipient of the “Hugh Robertson Medal” as best all-around Hendrix College athlete.
After graduation in 1959, Teague enjoyed a 40-year career in education, serving as a teacher, school counselor and administrator. Teague began as a social studies teacher and track coach at Conway Junior High School followed by 27 years as a district school administrator in Jackson, Mississippi
Continues his love for sports as an active participant in USTA League Tennis, earning nine state championships and the Men’s 3-5 National Championship in 1998.
In 2007 Teague was inducted into the Hendrix Sports Hall of Fame