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Subject: Past PSU mens basketball coaches
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Past PSU mens basketball coaches
Subject: Re: Past PSU mens basketball coaches
Answered By: markj-ga on 20 Mar 2005 05:20 PST
ezechial --

I assume that you are referring to Penn State and not Plymouth or
Portland State, for example.  In the unlikely event that I am wrong
about that, please ask me to clarify my answer before you rate it.

Here is a chronology of the Penn State men's basketball coaches:

The program began in 1897, but there was no regular coach until 1916.

Burke M. "Dutch" Hermann, 1916-1932 (except for WWI service during the
1917-18 and 1918-19 seasons

No coach, 1917-18

Hugo Bezdek, 1918-19

Earl "Spike" Leslie, 1933-36

John Lawther, 1937-49

Elmer Gross, 1950-54

John Egli, 1955-68

John Bach, 1969-78

Dick Harter, 1979-83

Bruce Parkhill, 1983-95

Juhn Dunn, 1995-2003

Ed De Chellis, 2003-


PSU Sports: Men's Basketball History

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"penn state" basketball  history coaches

I am confident that this is exactly the information you are looking
for (unless you meant Plymouth State!), and I am glad to be able to
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