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LA SALLE COLLEGE
1974-75
BASKETBALL
HANDBOOK
Table of Contents
Section
I
—The
1974-75 Season
Inside Front Cover
Varsity Roster
The La
Salle Story
Inside
1974-75 Varsity Schedule
The Season at
Athletic
a
Back Cover
Back Cover
Glance
Department
2
4-6
Staff
Paul W. Westhead, Head Coach
5
1974-75 Prospectus
7
9-14
Profiles of the Explorer Varsity Players
16-34
Opponent X-Rays
Section
II
—
Past Records
Year-by-.Year Explorer
The 1973-74 Season
BB Summary
in
30-31
37-38
Review
1973-74 Game-by-Game Scoring Chart
39
40
1973-74 Individual Statistics
Final
1973-74 Big
Five
40
Standings
1973 74 Middle Atlantic Conference Standings
41
Team Records
42-43
La Salle All-Time Individual and
Tournament Records (Holiday)
44-45
Tournament Records (Post-Season)
46
Explorer Century Marks
Series Records vs.
All
Year-by-Year La Salle
47
Collegiate
Game
48-50
Opponents
51-59
Results
Photography by Mark Jacobson
On The
Cover:
This handbook
is
All
American Candidate
dedicated to the
Television corps by La Salle College's
of the
call,
Bill
Taylor (see page 9)
members of the Press, Radio and
News Bureau with the cooperation
College's Department of Athletics. For further information, please
write or wire:
JOSEPH
B.
BATORY
Sports Information Director,
La Salle College News Bureau
Philadelphia, Penna. 19141
Office Phone:
(Area Code 215)
Victor 8-8300. Ext.
Home
Limited
quantity of
Handbooks
available
to
465
Phone: 609 662 0212
the
Public
at
$1.00 each.
1
1974-75 SEASON AT A GLANCE
INSTITUTION: La Salle College
LOCATION: 20th Street and Olney Avenue, Philadelphia,
TELEPHONE:
Pa.
19141
(Area Code 215) 848-8300
COLLEGE FOUNDED: 1863
TEAM NICKNAME:
CONFERENCE:
1974-75 ENROLLMENT: 6300
COLORS: Blue and Gold
Explorers
East Coast Conference
PRESIDENT: Brother Daniel Burke,
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: John
J.
F.S.C.,
Conboy (La
Ph.D.
Salle,
1950)
ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Joseph O'Donnell (La
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Joseph
HEAD BASKETBALL COACH:
B.
Salle,
1965)
Batory (La Salle, 1964)
Paul W. Westhead (St. Joseph's, 1961), Fifth
Year, 59-46
ASSISTANT COACHES: Joseph O'Connor
TEAM PHYSICIAN:
(St.
1964); Dave "Lefty"
lagher (La Salle,
Eugene Gallagher (La
Dr.
Joseph's,
1963);
Paul Gal-
Ervin (La Salle, 1968)
Salle,
1947)
ATHLETIC TRAINER: John Greer
EQUIPMENT MANAGER:
Charles M. Loughran
1973-74 VARSITY RECORD: 18-10.
overall;
5-1 conference (second);
2-2
Big Five (second)
KEY LETTERMEN LOST: 6-6 Joe DiCocco (10.5 ppg.-9.4
rpg.);
6-1 Steve
Baruffi (5.8 ppg.).
6-5 Bill Taylor (19.7 ppg.-7.0 rpg.); 6-10
Joe Bryant (18.7 ppg.-10.8 rpg.); 6-0 Charlie Wise (11.9 ppg.): and 6-2
TOP RETURNING LETTERMEN:
Glenn Collier (7.3 ppg.).
NEW OPPONENTS ON
Memphis
1974-75 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE:
State
1974-75 CAPTAIN:
Bill
Taylor
PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
BRODZINSKI
WOLKIEWICZ
Brod-ZIN'-ski
Wol-KAY'-vitch
8
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1974&
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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF
JOHN
CONBOY
J.
Athletic Director
John
La
J.
Salle
uary
director on Jansucceeding James J.
January 1 after
athletic
1969,
3,
who
Henry,
Conboy was named
(Jack)
retired
35 years as Explorer A.D.
Conboy, 48, graduated
Salle
in
He
1950.
from
recently
La
retired
Army with the rank
of lieutenant colonel after 20 years
service. A veteran of three wars
(WW II, Korea and Vietnam), Conboy
served on the ROTC staff at La Salle
from the
U.S.
from 1960-64.
Conboy was a member of St. Joseph's Prep's last city championship
team in 1939. After three years of World War II service in
Conboy enrolled at Georgetown where he played football for
two years before transferring to La Salle.
He was assistant football coach at St. Joseph's Prep from 1948 to
1950. He also coached Army football and basketball teams in Europe
and Hawaii and organized a triathlon team at La Salle which produced
three former members of the U.S. Army modern pentathlon team
Don Walheim, Bill Conroy and Gary McNulty.
football
Europe,
Conboy, who holds an M.B.A. degree
Temple University, resides
in
Drexel
Industrial
in
Hill,
Management from
with his wife, Anne, and
Pa.
four children.
JOSEPH
F.
O'DONNELL
Assistant Athletic Director
Joseph
assistant
Hayman
lion
F.
O'Donnell was appointed
and coordinator of
A.D.
Hall, the college's
physical
recreation
March of 1972.
A 1965 graduate
$4.0 milcenter
in
of La Salle with
B.A. in economics, O'Donnell had
studies
Father
taught
social
at
Judge, his high school alma mater,
from 1965-70. During the latter
period,
O'Donnell
coached
the
school's soccer squad and was credited with developing 28 All-Catholic
All-Scholastic honors, and one Aila
players,
four
of
whom
achieved
American status.
1970-71 O'Donnell moved to a full-time position with the City of
In
Philadelphia as recreation leader at the Jardel Center. He was a member
Department of Recreation Soccer Committee, and also assisted
Bill Wilkinson with the
1970 Explorer soccer team which posted the
of the
first
winning season
in
the college's, history.
O'Donnell, 29, and his wife, Marie, reside
in
northeast Philadelphia.
«**
Dr.
Eugene Gallagher
Team Physician
Charles M. Loughran
Equipment Manager
MEET THE EXPLORER COACHING STAFF
PAUL W. WESTHEAD
Head Basketball Coach
La Salle College basketball coach
Paul Westhead, 34, has rapidly established himself as one of the better
young strategists in the game.
Westhead lists a five year career
coaching mark of 59-46, highlighted
by his 1970-71 five capturing 20 of
27
NCAA semi-
upsetting
contests,
Western Kentucky and Villanova, and participating in the NIT.
Last year, Westhead gu'ded his
young squad to a 18-10 record,
which included triumphs over Princeton, Stanford, Western Kentucky, Niagara, Temple, Villanova & Rutgers.
finalists
Westhead began his career at Cheltenham high in 1964, gradually building a winning tradition, which culminated in the suburban Philadelphia
in the P.I.A.A. state finals in 1968.
to 1970, Westhead served as assistant athletic director at
Joseph's College, and coached the 1969-70 Hawk freshmen to an unparalleled 21-2 season.
The Explorer coach added some additional credits during the summer
school's first appearance ever
From 1968
St.
of
1972 when he coached the Santurce team
league to
Westhead
first
a
of the
regular season finish.
place
In
Puerto Rican 'Superior'
the following summer,
visited Bahia, Brazil to stage a court clinic as part of the state
department's 'Partners of the Americas' exchange program.
A 1961 graduate of St. Joseph's College, Westhead received a master's
degree from Villanova University in 1963, and had done some Ph.D. work
at Temple University. He has also served on the English department faculties at
Cheltenham high,
Westhead,
his wife
St. Joseph's College, and La Salle College.
Cathy, and four children reside in Drexel Hill, Pa.
JOSEPH
C.
O'CONNOR
Assistant Coach
Joseph
O'Connor,
Explorer assistant coach,
involved
with
scouting
C.
personable
is
primarily
opponents
and recruiting the stars of tomorrow.
As coach of the La Salle frosh
from 1970 to 1972, Joe's squads
compiled a 34-11 mark, highlighted
by his 71-72 yearlings winning 20 of
23 contests.
The 32 year old mentor with the
knowledgeable basketball mind, is no
stranger to this kind of success. As
Bishop
coach
Jersey's
of
South
Eustace Prep from 1966-70, O'Connor's amazing coaching log read 78-17,
including the New Jersey State Championship in 1969.
O'Connor, a 1963 graduate of St. Joseph's College with a bachelor's
degree in history, resides with his wife, Kathy, in Westbrook Park, Pa.
THE ATHLETE
The young man who accepts the exciting challenge of representing
La Salle College on basketball courts throughout the nation will be one
who recognizes that he is supplementing his classroom participation
with athletic participation.
He
in
will
close
learn to discipline himself toward achieving a goal, to
association
responsibility.
gentleman.
with
As such
a
work
other men, and to acquire judgment and
student athlete, he will be, above all, a
PAUL GALLAGHER
Assistant Coach
Paul Gallagher, a former Explorer
varsity basketballer and later head
coach
at Drexel Hill, Pa.'s Monsignor
Bonner High, returns for his fifth
campaign as an assistant to coach
Paul Westhead.
The 1964 graduate of La Salle
served as an assistant coach at Bonner before becoming head coach at
St. James High in Chester, Pa. in
1966-67. Gallagher returned to Bonner the following year, and went on
compile a brilliant 57-19 career
coaching mark. His 1969-70 quintet finished with a fine 24-6 log, won
Philadelphia's Catholic League Southern Division title and capped the
season with the Alhambra Catholic Invitational trophy at Cumberland, Md.
Gallagher, 31, who captained Bonner's 1960 City Championship five,
resides with his wife, Sue, and four children in Havertown, Pa.
to
DAVID
A. (LEFTY)
ERVIN
Assistant Coach
David "Lefty" Ervin is in his sev
enth season as an assistant basketball coach, and also distinguishes
himself as an assistant baseball
boss at La Salle.
While a student at the college,
Lefty was a two-sport standout and
co-captain
Explorer baseball
the
of
and basketball teams in his senior
In 1968 he was honored with
the Joseph Schmitz Jr. Award as
year.
the senior who best exemplified the
high traditions of La Salle College
in
sportsmanship and courage.
loyalty,
varsity as a sophomore, Ervin spent most
two years as the Explorers' sixth man and gained a reputaone of the outstanding substitutes in the nation. He scored a
A starter on the basketball
of the next
tion as
total of
Lefty
uating
756 points
for his career.
baseball and
played
in
basketball
at
Abington High before grad-
1963.
Ervin, 28, his wife, Karen,
and son, Joshua, reside
in
Cinnaminson,
N.J.
THE LA SALLE COLLEGE ATHLETIC COMMITTEE
Seydow, Associate Professor, English, Chairman
Dr.
John
Dr.
Thomas
William
Joseph
Dr.
J.
Joseph
Frank
Joseph
J.
Thomas
J.
Lowery, Associate Professor, Biology
Moran, Associate Professor, Spanish
L.
C. Mihalich, Professor,
Dr. Philip E.
Dr.
J.
Binkowski. Associate Professor. Education
J.
J.
Philosophy
McGovern, Associate Professor,
Political
Sweeney, Alumni Representative
Conville,
Jr.,
Alumni Representative
Marianne Gwiazdowski, Student Representative
Robert Guglielmi, Student Representative
Joseph
Science
Schreiner, Associate Professor, Psychology
B. Batory,
Sports Information Director
EXPLORER 1974-75 PROSPECTS-
THE COACH'S VIEW
".
.
.
our expectations are success orientated."
—Paul Westhead
With four starters returning including 6-5 senior All American candidate
Taylor and 6-10 junior Joe Bryant, we're quite optimistic about the
1974-75 season.
Bill
ago (19.7 ppg.), and Bryant,
season (18.7 ppg.-10.8 rpg.), give us
Taylor, the Big Five's scoring leader a year
who made such
a brilliant
debut
last
the nucleus for an explosive attack.
In addition, our veteran junior guards, 6-0 Charlie Wise (11.9 ppg.) and
6-2 Glenn Collier (7.3 ppg), offer experienced floor generalship.
One question mark
to be solved
is
the replacement for graduated for-
ward Joe DiCocco, whose all-around play
in
73-74 gave us 10.5 ppg. and
9.4 rpg.
Veterans
6-8
junior Varick Cutler and
are the leading candidates to
fill
6-10
sophomore Donn Wilber
that frontcourt vacancy.
We'll also be giving close scrutiny to frosh
newcomers 6-6 Jim Wolkie-
wicz and 6 5 Gregg Metzinger.
In
the backcourt,
we
lost
some
solid reserve personnel in Frank Moffatt
and Steve Baruffi via graduation, but 6-0 soph Barry Brodzinski and 6-0
freshman Daryle Charles should give us the quality depth we require.
As
in
the past, we'll stress sound
man-toman defense and
exert full
court pressure quite frequently.
Our schedule is one of the most formidable ever at La Salle. We face
tough road games at Notre Dame, Memphis State, Syracuse and Niagara,
in
addition to confronting major court powers Alabama, Furman and
Houston in the Sugar Bowl Classic at New Orleans. The home card includes
battles with Western Kentucky, Duquesne and Rutgers as well as Big Five
foes.
Overall,
we view 1974 75 as an
are success orientated.
exciting challenge, and our expectations
Meet
Tfjp
Exploreh
*£teA
*Edward W.
Senior
Taylor
(Bill)
6-5
21
190 Forward
Tuskegee, Alabama
The Explorers' inconspicuous scoring mais destined to become one of La Salle's
chine
all-time point producers. A pre-season
American selection, Bill enters the 197475 campaign with 995 career points for an
18.7 ppg. two-year average. He's hit the
double figure scoring column in 51 of 53
games, notching over 20 points on 20 dif-
top
All
ferent occasions.
season,
Last
tallied
the
versatile
551 points, leading
all
sharpshooter
Big Five and
MAC
scorers with 19.7 ppg. Despite launching most of his shots from long
range, Bill managed a fine 48.2% (242-502) from the floor. He highlighted
the year with a career-high 39 point explosion vs. American U. canning 18
of 22 field goal attempts in one of the outstanding performances in the
in 74-75.
The poised forward had other superb endeavors as
East
well,
getting 28
points and 10 rebounds vs. St. Joseph's, 25 points and 12 rebounds (career-high) vs. Notre Dame, and 27 points and 9 rebounds vs.
In
his first varsity
season as a soph,
Bill
registered
points), only the fifth Explorer rookie in history to exceed
He played
Year
1972-73
1973-74
McGlynn) earning
MVP
honors
in
Forest.
17.7 ppg. (444
400
his scholastic basketball at St. Francis Prep in
Pa. (coach Joe
League as
Wake
points.
Spring Grove,
the Central Pennsylvania
a senior.
Games
25
28
Field
Goals
204
242
Foul Goals
Rebounds
Points
36
67
154
197
444
551
^Joseph W. Bryant
20
Junior
200
6-10
Forward/Center
Philadelphia, Pa.
Joe
unveiled
a
spectacular
portfolio
o
moves in his debut last year, rack
486 points for an 18.7 ppg. averagi
which was second only to teammate Bil
offensive
ing up
Taylor in the MAC and Big Five. The onh
former La Salle player who produced mon
points in his rookie season was the legen
dary Tom Gola (504, 1951-52).
A mobile tower of talent, Joe also grabbet
282 rebounds in 73-74 to lead the Big Fivi
and finish second in the MAC with 10.8 rpg
'JB' was over 20 points in nine games with career highs of 37 points vs
Rider and 17 rebounds vs. Delaware, both in the conference playoffs. Hi
other top efforts were 26 points and 13 rebounds vs. Niagara, 26 point
and 10 rebounds vs. Canisius. and 22 points and 16 rebounds vs. Temple
A high school All American, Joe was the most sought after big man
greater Philadelphia while at John Bartram high (coach Jack Farrell).
i
Year
1973-74
10
Games
26
Field
Goals
200
Foul Goals
86
Rebounds
282
Point
486
*Barry D. Brodzinski
Sophomore
19
6-0
170
Guard
Philadelphia, Pa.
Barry appeared in only 11 varsity contests
during 1973-74, scoring eight points and
grabbing eight rebounds for the season.
However, the promising guard picked up
experience
on the
Explorer
sub-varsity,
averaging 18.6 ppg. and feeding a teamhigh 34 assists. His steady ball handling and
superb long-range shooting capability could
make him
a
backcourt figure
key
V
this
in
year's La Salle plans.
Barry was a former All City performer at
North Catholic high (coach Tony Costantino)
Philadelphia's
his career with
2053
Year
1973-74
Games
closing out
points, the school's best ever.
Goals
Field
11
Foul Goals
Rebounds
Points
2
8
8
3
Daryle
Freshman
L
18
Charles
6-0
160
Guard
Jersey City, N.J.
17.0 ppg. and 9.0 rpg.
with an impressive seven assists per contest
as St. Anthony's (coach Bob Hurley) rolled
Daryle averaged
a 30-0 slate and a second consecutive
Jersey Parochial C title.
A persistent defender, Daryle compliments
his game with torrid outside marksmanship
and flashy passes. He was the MVP guard in
the 1974 Bridgeport, Connecticut All Star
to
New
contest
City.
which New Jersey upset New York
make him a very
backcourt addition to the '74-75
in
His court credentials
positive
Explorers.
'Glenn N. Collier
Junior
20
6-2
150
Guard
Philadelphia, Pa.
Glenn became a starter in the Explorers'
eighth game of 1973-74, and the quick and
aggressive guard went on to record a fine
rookie campaign, contributing 7.3 ppg., 97
and a solid 52.2% (94 180) shooting
mark from the floor.
A creative passer who makes things hap
pen, Glenn's top career game was vs. Lafay
ette when he scored 18 points, grabbed
seven rebounds, and passed off for 11 as
assists
sists.
As
a freshman, Glenn had led the sub varsity point producers with 15.9
Previously, he enjoyed an outstanding scholastic basketball tenure
West Catholic high, earning All Catholic honors (coach Bill Hoy).
ppg.
at
Year
1973 74
Games
28
Field Goals
94
Foul Goals.
16
Rebounds
60
Points
204
11
John
Junior
21
J.
6-3
Drexel
Connors
190
Hill,
Forward
Pa.
A durable, physical swingman, John wa:
a
member of La Salle's best-ever 71-72
freshman squad (20-3), and in 1972-73 he
started at a forward spot for the Sub-Varsity
averaging 12.7 ppg.
John's credits also include two years as
varsity golfer for the Explorers. /
year ago, he worked full-time in business ai
part of La Salle's cooperative educatior
frontline
program.
John was a standout scholastic cour
performer for coach Jim Purcell at Cardinal O'Hara high, and his dad
Mr. Jack Connors, is an assistant professor of sociology at the college
•Varick F. Cutler
21 6-8 200 Forward
North Tonawanda, N.Y.
Junior
Varick
from
a
hopefully
will
be
fully
recovered
1973 knee operation which limited
effectiveness last season. The
powerful
forward averaged 1.3 ppg. and 1.4 rpg. in
nine varsity appearances getting a career
high four points and four rebounds vs. Biscayne. He also played on the Explorer subvarsity leading the team in scoring (22.3
his
ppg.) and rebounding (9.7 rpg.).
A tough outside scooter, Varick
trans-
to La Salle from the University of
Maryland after averaging 15.2 ppg. and 8.4 rpg. for an outstanding 1971
72 Terp frosh squad.
The former high school All American had a brilliant career at North
Tonawanda high (coach Ted More).
ferred
Year
1973-74
A
Games
9
Field
Goals
5
Backcourt Quartet (From Left):
12
Foul Goals
Rebounds
Points
2
13
12
Collier, Wise, Brodzinski
and Chart
Gregg D. Metzinger
200
6-5
18
Freshman
Forward
Barrington, N.J.
South Jersey frontcourter rolled
up exceptional stats of 22.0 ppg. and 12.0
rpg. at Paul VI high in Haddon Township,
N.J. (coach Art DiPatri) during 73-74.
A deadly streak shooter, Gregg is a confident hustler who is deceptively strong. In
This
All
New Jersey
bombed in 44
Parochial State Tour-
last year's
he
ney,
points vs. the Chris-
Academy.
His great hunger and desire for the game
should guarantee his development into a
first class collegiate swingman.
tian Brothers'
Joseph
Freshman
A.
18
Mihalich
6-0
165
Guard
Philadelphia, Pa.
A
guard, Joe
backcourt ace,
'Philadelphia'
typical
sound
fundamentally
complements
his
overall
game
with
is
a
who
relent-
With varsity exposure, Joe
develop into a real plus for the ExHe played his high school B-Ball at
La Salle under coach Mike Osborne, and
earned All-Catholic honors in 1974. His
father, Dr. Joseph Mihalich, is a Philosophy
professor at the college.
defense.
less
could
plorers.
*U
°Donn
Sophomore
K.
Wilber
19 6-10 200
Radnor, Pa.
Center
Donn averaged 2.6 ppg. and 1.1
seven varsity games as a frontcourt
registering
timidator,
7.8
career-best
a
rpg.
points
and
Villanova.
vs.
he also
for
has the size
court
nine
in
A defensive inmanaged 11.7 ppg. and
the La Salle sub-varsity. Donn
and agility to become a front
rebounds
five
rpg.
reserve,
fixture
for
the
Explorers
in
years to
come.
A better
than average scholastic high
jumper, he played his high school basketball
at Upper Merion (coach Al Cornish).
Year
1973 74
Games
Field Goals
Foul Goals
7
6
6
Rebounds
Points
18
8
Charles
Junior
E.
The perfect combination
scorer,
'Sweet
Wise
20 6-0
155
Cape May, N.J.
Charlie'
of
led
Guard
playmaker and
73-74
the
Ex-
and averaged 11.9
ppg. on 51.2% accuracy from the field.
plorers in assists (110)
Charlie
hit
Pennsylvania,
a
19 points vs.
Kentucky, Stanford
career-high
Western
He also set personal
bests of eight assists vs. Holy Cross and
Lafayette, and six rebounds vs. Manhattan.
The Big Five's premier defensive wizard,
Charlie's numerous steals over the past two
seasons have created many La Salle baskets.
A former football standout at Lower Cape May Regional high. Charlie
also was an All South Jersey basketball sensation (coach George Holden).
and Delaware
Year
1972-73
1973-74
last year.
Games
14
28
Field
Goals
Foul Goals
Rebounds
Points
19
39
36
80
99
335
40
148
James
Freshman
18
Wolkiewicz
D.
6-6
185
Forward
Philadelphia, Pa.
Jim seldom got headline coverage at North
high (coach Tony Costantino) but
Catholic
the tenacious frontcourter has been a complete player doing many things well on the
court.
Consistent
off
the
boards,
Jim
battled
underneath for 16.0 ppg. and 18.0 rpg. as
73-74.
With the ability to make the big play
under pressure and perform well in the
a senior in
clutch,
14
Jim seems destined for success.
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OPPONENT X-RAYS
1.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY
Friday,
November
29, 1974, 9:15 P.M., at the Palestra,
Philadelphia, Pa.
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 2, Army
OUTLOOK: The Cadets have two
steady veteran
forwards in 6 5 senior Dave Thomas (7.7 ppg5.0 rpg.) and 6-5 soph Rich Crump (9.1 ppg.) and
hope for improvement from 6-8 soph pivotman
Eric Schlossberg (5.3 ppg.). At the guard positions, 5-10 junior Bill Walsh (5.5 ppg.) will be
joined by 6-0 soph Bobby Jones (22.0 ppg.-JV),
who transferred from La Salle a year ago. Disciplined
offense,
aggressive defense will
create
problems for opponents.
Location: West Point, N.Y.
10996
Coach Dan Dougherty
(Three Years, 28-44)
Nickname: Cadets
& Gray
Enrollment: 4200
Colors: Black, Gold
Conference: Independent
1973-74 Record: 6-18
Publicity:
Bob Kinney
Office Phone:
Lettermen: Returning
914-938-3303
Captain: Dave
4,
Lost 4
Thomas
Year by Year Scores
73-63
83-71
1972-73 La Salle
1973-74 La Salle
2.
LEHIGH UNIVERSITY
Wednesday, December
Bethlehem, Pa.
4,
1974, 8:00 P.M., at Grace Hall,
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 8, Lehigh 1
OUTLOOK:
The Engineers played five freshmen
regularly last year and shouid be ready to collect
6-0 soph Steve Zambo (14.1
dividends.
ppg.), and 6-0 soph Rich Price (8.1 ppg.) can
score from outside, and 6-7 soph Chariie Brown
(12.7 ppg. -7. 8 rpg.) is a quality forward. Sophs
some
6-2 Dick Packer (6.2 ppg.) and 6-7 Doug Kistler
returnees.
are
other key
rpg.)
(4.8
ppg. -4.0
still be a year
Coach Tom Pugliese
(Two Years, 11-38)
Loaded with young players; could
away.
Location: Bethlehem, Pa. 18015
Nickname: Engineers
Enrollment: 3800
Colors:
Conference: East Coast (West)
Brown & White
1973-74 Record: 3-21
Lettermen: Returning
Publicity: Joe
Whritenour
Office Phone:
215-691-7000
Ext.
8,
Lost
1
793 Captain(s): TBA
Year by Year Scores
1958-59 La Salle
81-47
1963-64 La Salle
68-40
1959-60 La Salle
86-54
1971-72 Lehigh
69-64
1960-61 La Salle
77-62
1972-73 La Salle
75-59
1961-62 La Salle
71-59
1973-74 La Salle
87-37
1962-63 La Salle
85-34
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BISCAYNE COLLEGE
3.
Saturday, December
Philadelphia, Pa.
7,
1974, 9:15 P.M., at the Palestra,
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 2, Biscayne
1
OUTLOOK: The
offense minded Bobcats have two
explosive sophomores, 6-4 Art Collins (20.8 ppg.9.6 rpg.) and 6-4 Ed Zukowski (19.4 ppg. -8.1
rpg.) and will welcome 6-9 frosh Kevin Fussell,
their tallest player ever. 6-0 soph Sam Williams
(8.2 ppg.) and 6-4 senior Larry Mokar (7.5 ppg.)
provide a good backcourt nucleus. 6-3 transfer
Bob Valibus and 6-6 frosh Maurice Thurston could
surprise. Enough experience and talent here to be
respected!
Location: Miami, Fla.
33054
Enrollment: 350
Conference: Independent
Publicity: Roy H. Slanhoff
Office Phone:
305-625-1561
Coach Ken Stibler
(Eight Years, 100-91)
Nickname: Bobcats
Colors: Columbia Blue, Navy & White
1973-74 Record: 10-13
Lettermen: Returning 7, Lost 4
Ext.
140 Captain(s): Arthur Collins &
Ed Zukowski
Year by Year Scores
103-93
69-67
97-75
1971-72 Biscayne
1972-73 La Salle
1973-74 La Salle
4.
LAFAYETTE COLLEGE
Wednesday, December 11, 1974, 8:00 P.M., at the
Alumni Memorial Gym, Easton, Pa.
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 23, Lafayette 6
OUTLOOK: The Leopard wealth
is
counted
in
guards
with 6 2 senior Frank DiLeo (13.7 ppg.), 6-2 junior
Tripucka (9.3 ppg.) and 6-0 junior Gerry
Kavanaugh (4.5 ppg.) leading this year's attack.
6-6 senior Henry Home (7.2 ppg. -7. 6 rpg.) is
sound at one forward spot with sophs 6-7 Kris
Grundberg (15.8 ppg. -22.4 rpg. -frosh) and 6-5
Tom Goodman (12.9 ppg. -13.1 rpg. -frosh) being
tabbed to fill the frontcourt void. This team figures
to gain strength as the season progresses.
Todd
Location: Easton, Pa. 18042
Enrollment: 1900
Conference: East Coast (West)
Publicity: Rich Mazzuto
Office Phone:
215-253-8802
Coach Tom Davis
(Three Years, 54-25)
Nickname: Leopards
Maroon & White
1973-74 Record: 17-9
Colors:
Lettermen: Returning
Captain(s): Henry
6,
Lost 4
Home &
Frank DiLeo
Year by Year Scores
1944-45 Lafayette
52-45
1961-62 Lafayette
73-64
1945-46 Lafayette
57-49
1962-63 La Salle
95-59
1947-48 La Salle
43-39
1963-64 La Salle
100-86
1948-49 La Salle
61-37
1964-65 La Salle
91-73
1950-51 La Salle
71-64
1965-66 Lafayette
93-81
1951-52 La Salle
62-52 (0T)
1966-67 La Salle
85-72
1952-53 La Salle
56-50
1967-68 La Salle
74-75
1953-54 La Salle
88-70
1968-69 La Salle
97-65
1954-55 La Salle
102-73
76-60
1969-70 La Salle
1955-56 La Salle
95-81
1970-71 La Salle
1956-57 Lafayette
84-75
1970-71 La Salle
74-71
1957-58 La Salle
82-74
1971-72 Lafayette
86 66
1958-59 La Salle
84-77
1972-73 Lafayette
77 68
1959-60 La Salle
81-73
1973-74 La Salle
87-66
1960-61
La Salle
93-82
104-86
17
5.
HOLY CROSS COLLEGE
Saturday, December 14, 1974, 7:15 P.M., at the Palestra,
Philadelphia, Pa.
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 2, Holy Cross
1
OUTLOOK: A
veteran returning frontcourt of 6-9
junior Marty Halsey (12.5 ppg. -7.1
6-7
rpg.),
junior Jim Dee (12.5 ppg. -6. 5 rpg), and 6-5 soph
Jim Gooch (8.6 ppg.) will be bolstered by talented
frosh newcomers 6-6 Chris Potter and 6-5 Michael
Vicens. 6 2 senior Joe Carballeira (8.8 ppg.) will
likely be joined by 5-11 frosh Jose Martinez in the
backcourt. The Cross should be greatly improved
over a year ago.
Location: Worcester, Mass. 01610
Enrollment: 2400
Conference: Independent
Publicity: Rich Lewis
Office Phone:
617-793-2571
or
Coach George Blaney
(Two Years, 17-35)
Nickname: Crusaders
Colors: Royal Purple
1973-74 Record: 8-18
Lettermen: Returning 10, Lost 3
2583 Captain(s): Doug Downey &
Dave Holland
Year by Year Scores
63-61
1948-49 La Salle
1971-72 Holy Cross
6.
1973-74 La Salle
94-80
85-79
...
CAMSIUS COLLEGE
Wednesday, December
18, 1974, 9:15 P.M., at the Palestra,
Philadelphia, Pa.
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 13, Canisius 5
OUTLOOK:
All
five
1973-74
starters
will
be back
led by the nation's top scorer of a year ago 6-5
junior Larry Fogle (33.4 ppg. -14.0 rpg.). 6-6 junior Ken Lee (14.7 ppg.), 6-8 junior Charley Jordan
(15.3 ppg. -10. 2 rpg.), 5-11 senior Mike Roberts
(12.2 ppg.) and 6-0 senior Jim Schofield (6.8
ppg., 198 assists) guarantee an explosive offense.
The Griffins will be golden!
Coach John McCarthy
(First Year)
Location: Buffalo, N.Y.
14208
Enrollment: 3000
Conference: ECAC
Publicity: Mike Barth
Office Phone: 716-883-7000 Ext. 338
Nickname: Golden
Griffins
& Gold
1973-74 Record: 14-12
Lettermen: Returning 10, Lost
Colors: Blue
Captain(s):
TBA
Year by Year Scores
1940-41 La Salle
42-37
1965-66 La Salle
95-81
1948-49 La Salle
59-43
1966-67 Canisius
93-75
1954-55 La Salle
99-64
1967-68 La Salle
80-64
1958-59 La Salle
77-64
1968-69 La Salle
68-56
1959-60 La Salle
82-68
1969-70 Canisius
80-70
1960-61 Canisius
94-73
1970-71 La Salle
92-55
1961-62 La Salle
73-63
1971-72 La Salle
80-78
1962-63 Canisius
76-53
1972-73 La Salle
96-85
1963-64 La Salle
91-81
1973-74 Canisius
89-81
18
THE DAYTON INVITATIONAL
BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
Friday,
December
(Games 7 & 8)
20, and Saturday, December 21,
at the University of
FIRST ROUND,
LA SALLE
vs.
Texas Tech
1974
Dayton Arena, Dayton, Ohio.
December 20, 1974
Friday,
Clemson
7:00 P.M.
Dayton
9:00 P.M.
vs.
FINAL ROUND, Saturday, December 21, 1974
Consolation
Game (Matching
the First Round Losers)
Championship Game (Matching the
7.
First
7:00 P.M.
Round Winners)
9:00 P.M.
CLEMSON UNIVERSITY
December 20, 1974, 7:00 P.M. at the
University of Dayton Arena, Dayton, Ohio
Friday,
OPENING ROUND OF THE DAYTON INVITATIONAL
SERIES RECORD:
First
Meeting
OUTLOOK: The
Tigers feature a rapidly-improving
superstar in 7-1 soph Wayne 'Tree' Rollins, who notched 12.4 ppg. and 12.2 rpg. in his
debut last year. Seniors 6-2 Van Gregg (13.8 ppg.)
and 6-9 240 lb. Wayne Croft (11.2 ppg. -8.0 rpg.)
provide a nucleus of experience. Four 'blue chip'
frosh, 6-6 Colon Abraham, 6-6 Jim Howell, 6-5
Stan Rome and 6 4 Skip Wise, should also make
significant contributions. The Clemson cage pro
gram is on the move!
potential
Location: Clemson, S.C. 29631
Enrollment: 10,400
Conference: Atlantic Coast
Publicity: Bob Bradley
Office Phone: 803-654-4111 or 656-2101
Coach Tates Locke
(Four Years, 45-59)
Nickname: Tigers
Colors: Purple & Orange
1973-74 Record: 14-12
Lettermen: Returning 9, Lost 2
Captain(s): Game Captains
THE UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON
(Possible Dayton Invitational Opponent)
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 3, Dayton
OUTLOOK:
1
lettermen return from a club which
destroyed Notre Dame during the 1973-74 regular
season, and extended UCLA to triple overtime before bowing in the NCAA western regionals. 6 2
soph Johnny Davis (14.3 ppg.), and seniors 6-8
Allen Elijah (10.7 ppg. 10.0 rpg.), 6-8 Joe Fisher
and 6 5 Jim Testerman are capable vets. Incoming
frosh 6 4 Joe Siggins, 6 2 Greg Holloway and 6-9
Ervin Giddings will help the cause. Pointing to
ward a balanced attack which will give most
Six
Coach Don Donoher
opponents trouble.
Location: Dayton, Ohio
(Ten Years, 194-87)
45469
Nickname: Flyers
& Blue
1973-74 Record: 20 9
Lettermen: Returning 6, Lost 3
Enrollment: 5900
Conference: Independent
Colors: Red
Publicity: Joe Mitch
Office Phone:
513 229 4421
Captain(s):
TBA
Year by Year Scores
1951 52 La Salle
1952 53 La Salle
75 64
73 64
1953 54 La Salle
1961 62 Dayton
82 58
81 67
19
TEXAS TECH
(Possible Dayton Invitational Opponent)
SERIES RECORD:
First
Meeting
OUTLOOK: The Red
Raider frontcourt is intact
with 69 junior center Rick Bullock (21.4 ppg.10.7 rpg.) flanked by 6 6 juniors Willie Johnson
(16.2 ppg. -8. 9 rpg.) and Grady Newton (8.1 ppg.).
Junior college transfers 6 9 Stanley Lee and 6-6
Rudy Liggins are welcome additions. 6-3 senior
Bailey (7.5 ppg.) is the only guard with
Phil
heavy varsity exposure. Last year's Southwest Conference runner-up could be this season's favorite!
Coach Gerald Myers
(Four Years, 58-34)
Location: Lubbock, TX 79409
Enrollment: 21,500
Conference: Southwest
Publicity: Ralph Carpenter
Office Phone: 806-742-4141
Nickname: Red Raiders
Colors: Scarlet
& Black
1973-74 Record: 17-9
Lettermen: Returning
Captain(s):
7,
Lost 2
TBA
THE SUGAR BOWL BASKETBALL CLASSIC
(Games 9 & 10)
Sunday, December 29, and Monday, December 30, 1974
at the Municipal Auditorium,
New
Orleans, La.
FIRST ROUND, Sunday, December 29, 1974
Furman
vs.
Alabama
LA SALLE
7:00 P.M.
Houston
9:00 P.M.
vs.
FINAL ROUND, Monday, December 30, 1974
Consolation
Game (Matching
First
Championship Game (Matching
9.
Round Losers)
First
7:00 P.M.
Round Winners)
9:00 P.M.
FURMAN UNIVERSITY
Sunday, December 29, 1974, 7:00 P.M. at the
Municipal Auditorium, New Orleans, La.
OPENING ROUND OF SUGAR BOWL CLASSIC
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 2, Furman
OUTLOOK: The
Paladins have back all the key
personnel from last year's 22-9 club which stunned
Carolina in the NCAA eastern regionals,
including 6-9 All American candidate Clyde 'Marvelous' Mayes (17.3 ppg. -13.0 rpg.), 7-1 pivotman
Fessor 'Moose' Leonard (15.3 ppg. -7. 7 rpg.) and
steady 6-6 Craig Lynch (9.8 ppg. -5.4 rpg.) round
out an impressive frontcourt. At one guard spot,
Furman offers 6-1 Bruce Grimm (14.4 ppg.) who's
been compared to Gail Goodrich, with 5-10 veteran
playmaker Baron Hill having the inside track on
the other backcourt position. This team has the
horses to be in the thick of the national picture.
South
Location: Greenville, S.C. 29613
Publicity: Charlie
Nickname: Paladins
& White
1973-74 Record: 22-9
Colors: Purple
Enrollment: 2,089
Conference: Southern
Office Phone:
Coach Joe Williams
(Four Years, 74-41)
Lettermen: Returning
Dayton
803-246-3550
Ext.
359 Captain(s): TBA
Year by Year Scores
1953-54 La Salle
1955-56 La Salle
20
100-83
73-65
6,
Lost 4
THE UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON
(Possible Sugar Bowl Opponent)
SERIES RECORD:
Meeting
First
OUTLOOK: The Cougars
only won 17 of 26 a year
shed no tears. 6-9 All American Louis
(21.7 ppg. -8. 5 rpg.) will be flanked by
fellow frontcourt returnees 6-10 Maurice Presley
(14.2 ppg. -10. 4 rpg.) and 6-9 David Marrs (9.3
ppg. -6.7 rpg.). Coach Guy Lewis has one tough
guard back in 6-3 Otis Birdsong (14.3 ppg.) and
will find another from a
long list of blue chip
recruits. A tradition as one of the court powers of
the Southwest will be upheld by the Houston five
this season.
ago,
but
Dunbar
Location: Houston, Tx. 77004
Enrollment: 27,000
Conference: Southwest
(Eligible for title competition
1975-76)
Ted Nance
Office Phone: 713-748-6844
Nickname: Cougars
& White
1973-74 Record: 17-9
Colors: Scarlet
Lettermen: Returning
Captain(s):
in
Coach Guy Lewis
(18 Years, 338-157)
Lost 4
7,
TBA
Publicity:
UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA
(Possible Sugar Bowl Opponent)
SERIES RECORD:
First
OUTLOOK:
6 5
Meeting
Charles Cleveland
(17.1
ppg. 8.4
rpg.) and 6 10 Leon Douglas (15.2 ppg. 9.9 rpg.)
did it all a year ago as C. M. Newton's five posted
a 22 4 record and second place finish in the South
eastern Conference. The Crimson Tide rolled over
Kentucky and Tennessee twice, lost two games to
league titlist Vanderbilt by a total of three points.
66 Charles Russell (11.0 ppg. 5.8 rpg.), 64
T. R. Dunn (9.4 ppg. 8.0 rpg), and 6 9 Rickey
Brown (7.3 ppg.) add loads of depth. Top ten
material
here!
Location: Tuscaloosa, Ala. 35401
Enrollment: 13,835
Conference: Southeastern
Publicity: Charley Thornton
Office Phone: 205 348 6084
C. M. Newton
(Sii Years, 84-74)
Coach
Nickname: Crimson Tide
Colors: Crimson & White
1973 74 Record: 22 4
Lettermen: Returning
6,
Lost
1
Captain: Charles Cleveland
21
11.
HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
Saturday, January 4, 1975, 8:00 P.M., at the Palestra,
Philadelphia, Pa.
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 5, Hofstra 1
OUTLOOK: Soph forwards 6 5 Rich Laurel (18.8
ppg.-6.9 rpg.) and 6-6 Pat Kammerer (9.4 ppg6.2 rpg.) and 6-8 senior Vince Volmut (7.3 ppg.)
are capable frontcourt veterans, and transfers 6-9
John Irving and 6 6 Bob Bush should have an
impact. 6-6 Bernard Tomlin and 6-1 Arnold Coleman, another pair of transfers, will challenge 6-2
soph Ken Rood (12.2 ppg.) in the backcourt. An
optimistic picture sees the Dutchmen becoming a
legitimate power.
Location: Hempstead, LI., N.Y.
11550
Enrollment: 6200
Conference: East Coast (East)
Publicity: Erich Linker
Office Phone:
516-560-3578 or 3466
Coach Roger Gaeckler
(Two Years, 16-32)
Nickname: Flying Dutchmen
Colors: Blue
& Gold
1973-74 Record: 8-16
Lettermen: Returning 10, Lost
Captain(s):
TBA
Year by Year Scores
1968-69 La Salle
1969-70 La Salle
89-68
83-64
1971-72 Hofstra
1972-73 La Salle
58-56
1970-71 La Salle
79-62
1973-74 La Salle
66-53
THE PALESTRA
22
76-55
1
9
MEMPHIS STATE UNIVERSITY
12.
Wednesday, January
Memphis, Tenn.
8,
1975, 8:00 P.M., at the Mid-South Coliseum,
SERIES RECORD:
First
Meeting
OUTLOOK:
6-4 soph Dexter Reed (18.4 ppg.) led
the Tigers in scoring in '73-74, and he'll be rejoined by fellow starters 6-5 Bill Cook (16.2 ppg.)
and 6-6 Clarence Jones (10.2 ppg.), both juniors.
Other key veterans are juniors 6-10 John Washington (6.2 ppg. -7. 8 rpg.) and 6-7 Ed Wilson (4.1
ppg.). 6-9 frosh John Gunn and 6-9 junior college
transfer Marion Hillard are expected to be heard
A great winning tradition is hardly in
from.
trouble
this
Coach Wayne Yates
(First Year)
year!
Location: Memphis, Tenn.
Nickname: Tigers
& Gray
1973-74 Record: 19-11
38152
Colors: Blue
Enrollment: 22,000
Conference: Independent
Publicity: Jack Bugbee
Office Phone: 901-454-2337
Lettermen: Returning
Captain(s):
8,
Lost 4
TBA
NIAGARA UNIVERSITY
13.
Saturday, January 11, 1975, 8:00 P.M., at the Niagara Falls
Convention Center, Niagara University, N.Y.
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 15, Niagara 13
OUTLOOK: The
Purple
Eagle
frontcourt
is
solid
6-4 Andy Walker (17.5 ppg. -7.
Mike Hanley (9.2 ppg. -7. 3 rpg.), and
6-8 Bruce Watson (8.0 ppg. -5. 6 rpg.) back once
again. Promising frosh 6-8 Vern Allen adds even
more power to the frontline. Philadelphian Chico
Singleton (8.5 ppg.) is a 6-1 soph who will 'do it
all' at one guard spot while the other backcourt
position is up for grabs. A deep veteran team on
with
rpg.),
juniors
610
Coach Frank Layden
(Six Years, 89-71)
the rise!
Location: Niagara Univ., N.Y. 14109
Enrollment: 3,585
Conference: Independent
Publicity:
TBA
Office Phone:
Nickname: Purple Eagles
& White
1973-74 Record: 12-14
Colors: Purple
Lettermen: Returning 10, Lost
716-285 1212
Ext.
344
Captain(s):
1
TBA
Year by Year Scores
1933-34 Niagara
33-28
1961-62 Niagara
1941-42 Niagara
40-37
1962-63 Niagara
79-76
1950-51 La Salle
82-56
1963-64 La Salle
58-54
1951-52 La Salle
85-74
1964-65 La Salle
67-59 (0T)
1952-53 La Salle
87-76
1965-66 Niagara
88-87 (0T)
1953-54 Ntagara
69-50
1966-67 Niagara
72-69
1953-54 Niagara
74-66
1966-67 La Salle
86-72
100-83
78-64
1954-55 La Salle
76-75
1967-68 Niagara
1955-56 Niagara
72-70
1968-69 La Salle
88-73
1956-57 La Salle
83-74
1969-70 La Salle
101-90
1957-58 La Salle
69-68 (0T)
1970-71 La Salle
96-79
1958-59 Niagara
72-56
1971-72 Niagara
71-70
1959-60 La Salle
64-48
197273
80-72
1960-61 Niagara
77-71
1973-74 La Salle
La Salle
67 65
23
14.
JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
ST.
Wednesday, January
15, 1975,
9:15 P.M
at the Palestra,
Philadelphia, Pa.
SERIES RECORD:
la Salle 35, St. Joseph's 37
OUTLOOK: 67 senior Ron Righter (12.1 ppg.6.3 rpg.) is the only returning starter, but 6-0
senior Fran Rafferty (2.5 ppg.) has seen plenty of
action as a key reserve in the past. Some quality
recruits include freshmen 6-5 Mike Thomas, 6-3
John Willcox and 6-0 Mike Hurley, each of whom
could help immediately. 6-10 junior John Snyder,
and sophs 6-7 Steve Vassalorti and 6-6 Lee Scott
are the other leading candidates. Should be the
typical hustling, aggressive St. Joe team.
Location: Philadelphia, Pa. 19131
Enrollment: 2,175
Conference: East Coast (East)
Publicity:
Andy Dougherty
215-879-1000
Office Phone:
Coach Harry Booth
(First Year)
Nickname: Hawks
Colors: Crimson & Gray
1973-74 Record: 19-11
Lettermen: Returning
Captain(s):
5,
Lost 7
TBA
Year by Year Scores
1900-01 La Salle
.
1900-01 La Salle
..
1901-02 La Salle
.
1910
.
La Salle
32- 7
1948-49 La Salle
29-13
1949-50 La Salle
79-59
78-41
70- 8
1949-50 La Salle
74-53
22-18
1950-51 La Salle
77-64
1910
St.
Joseph's
.
24-18
1950-51 La Salle
1910
1911
St.
Joseph's
.
35-29
1951-52
La Salle
.
1911
La Salle
.
St.
Joseph's
81-63
..
54-53
10- 6
1951-52 La Salle
68-50
20-16
1952-53 La Salle
79-52
N/A
1952-53 La Salle
75-63
.
31-26
1953-54 La Salle
1915-16 La Salle
.
29-21
1953-54 La Salle
78-64
1916-17 La Salle
.
30-29
1954-55 La Salle
82-56
1916-17
.
28-27
1955-56
St.
St.
1912
La Salle
1915-16 St. Joseph's
St.
..
Joseph's
22-17
1956-57
44- 9
27-15
1956-57 La Salle
.
.
.
1916-17 La Salle
1922-23
St.
.
Joseph's
.
1933-34 La Salle
Joseph's
1933-34 La Salle
Joseph's
..
39-20
1958-59
St.
Joseph's
..
28-25
32-25
St.
Joseph's
.
26-25
1961-62 La Salle
St.
Joseph's
.
23-19
1962-63
1934-35 La Salle
.
St.
Joseph's
69-56
97-85 (0T)
61-57
Joseph's
1934-35
Joseph's
..
St.
1935-36
St.
..
1957-58
1959-60 La Salle
1960-61 St. Joseph's
1934-35
73-57
82-77 (0T)
70-63
80-73
..
65-54
..
66-49
72-71
1935-36
St.
.
40-20
1963-64 La Salle
1936-37
St.
Joseph's
.
25-21
1964-65
St.
Joseph's
..
1936-37
St.
Joseph's
.
28-25
1965-66
St.
Joseph's
..
92-69
1937-38 La Salle
.
22-18
1966-67
St.
Joseph's
..
96-85
Joseph's
80-70
93-85
1938-39 La Salle
.
32-31
1939-40
St.
Joseph's
.
33-28
1966-67 La Salle
1967-68 La Salle
103-71
1940-41
St.
Joseph's
.
48-40
1968-69 La Salle
84-67
1941-42
St.
Joseph's
.
58-53
1969-70
St.
Joseph's 101-99
1942-43
St.
Joseph's
. .
48-45
1970-71
St.
Joseph's
1970-71
1943-44
St.
Joseph's
1943-44
St.
Joseph's
. .
53-37
1971-72
St.
1944-45
St.
Joseph's
.
39-36
1972-73
1972-73
1973-74
1973-74
St.
.
1945-46 La Salle
.
1946-47 La Salle
1947-48
St.
Joseph's
.
53-33
38-36
48-45
.
70-65
St.
..
Joseph's
..
Joseph's
..
St.
Joseph's
Joseph's
Joseph's
St.
Joseph's
St.
73-70
(2
OT)
66-56
81-76 (0T)
72-55
77-52
68-55
75-73
76-71
15.
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
Saturday, January 18, 1975, 8:45 P.M., at the Palestra,
Philadelphia, Pa.
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 11, Pennsylvania 16
return the key members
the cast responsible for a fifth straight NCAA
OUTLOOK: The Quakers
of
appearance last year. 6-8 senior All American candidate Ron Haigler (17.4 ppg.-10.6 rpg.), 6-8
junior John Engles (14.1 ppg.-8.3 rpg.) and 6-11
are
(5.6 ppg.-5.3
rpg.)
junior Henry Johnson
more than formidable upfront. In addition, 6-1
junior All Ivy guard John Beecroft (9.8 ppg.) will
be joined by 6-4 super-soph Mark Lonetto (22.0
ppg.-frosh)
house!
in
A nationa
backcc urt.
the
Location: Philadelphia, Pa.
19104
power-
Coach Chuck Daly
(Three Y ears, 67-16)
Nickname: Quakers
& Blue
1973-74 Record: 21Lettermen: Returning 11, Lost 3
Captain: Ron Haigler
Colors: Red
Enrollment: 6,935
Conference: Ivy League
Publicity: Edwin S. Fab icius
Office Phone: 215-594- 6128
Year by Ye ar Scores
35-22
1961-62 La Salle
33-22
1962-63 Penn
1935-36 Penn
36-28
1963-64 La Salle
1936-37 Penn
36-28
1964-65 La Salle
1946-47 Penn
68-56
1965-66 Penn
1947-48 La Salle
55-43
1966-67 La Salle
1948-49 La Salle
64-44
1967-68 Penn
1951-52 La Salle
75-58
1968-69 La Salle
1933-34 Penn
1934-35 Penn
.
.
69-57
.
78-74
.
61-58
.
78-64
.
90-76
.
85-83
.
57-45
.
78-64
76-67
64-52
1969-70 Penn
1956-57 La Salle
84-73
1970-71 Penn
.107-88
1957-58 Penn
67-66 (OT)
1971-72 Penn
80-66
1955-56 La Salle
1958-59 Penn
73-70
1972-73 Penn
1959-60 Penn
66-62
1960-61 La Salle
67-63
1972-73 Penn
1973-74 Penn
.
^W
WATCH
COLLEGE
BASKETBALL
NCAA
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BASKETBALL COACHES
57-45
57-45
84-82
16.
WEST CHESTER STATE COLLEGE
Tuesday, January 21, 1975, 7:15 P.M., at the Palestra,
Philadelphia, Pa.
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 28, West Chester 6
OUTLOOK: The Rams have
6-4 senior Jerry DuVall
ppg. -12.1 rpg.) and 6-6 soph Curt Conrad
ppg. -6.2 rpg.) back on the frontline, and
will add 6-5 transfer Bill Kauffman. 5-11 sophomore Paul McShane (7.7 ppg.) and 6-2 senior Ed
Levandowski (7.9 ppg.) should get the job done
in the guard spots. Lacking good size, this club
hopes to compensate with aggressiveness and
quickness.
(13.7
(10.7
19380
Location: West Chester, Pa.
Enrollment: 6,438
Conference: East Coast (East)
Bob Nye
Phone: 215-436-2749
Publicity:
Office
Coach Earl Voss
(One Year, 11-15)
Nickname: Golden Rams
& Gold
Colors: Purple
1973-74 Record: 11-15
Lettermen: Returning
Captain: Jerry DuVall
7,
Lost
1
Year by Year Scores
1931-32
1931-32
1932-33
1932-33
1933-34
1933-34
1935-36
1935-36
1936-37
1936-37
1937-38
1937-38
1938-39
1938-39
1939-40
1939-40
1940-41
17.
La Salle
WestChester
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
West Chester
West Chester
La Salle
West Chester
La Salle
West Chester
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
West Chester
La Salle
38-20
18-15
30-27
32-30
37-23
25-24
39-20
36-30
39-24
28-27
47-34
33-30
46-31
48-45
37-21
30-27
43-31
1951 52
1952 -53
1953 54
1954 55
1955 56
1956 57
1957 58
1958 59
1959 60
1960 61
1967 68
1968 69
1969 70
1970 71
1971 72
1972 73
1973 74
85-55
111-60
65-51
85-50
90-78
57-51
68-66
85-67
85-68
83-67
79-55
91-73
92-80
82-68
86-62
92-52
73-53
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
....
La Salle
DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY
Friday, January 24, 1975, 9:15 P.M., at the Palestra,
Philadelphia, Pa.
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 11, Duquesne 14
OUTLOOK: The Dukes'
fortunes rest in the veteran
hands of seniors 6-6 Kip McLane (13.1 ppg. -9.1
rpg.) and 6-2 Oscar Jackson (8.4 ppg.) along
with 6-5 junior Roland Jones (11.0 ppg. -5.8 rpg.)
and 6-2 soph Norm Nixon (10.7 ppg.). Jack Yun
and Bernie O'Keefe are capable 6-4 seniors and
6-9 junior Ray Milligan could be ready to blossom.
6-8 sophs John Werner and Don Gambridge may
help upfront. A physically-tough competitive quin-
Coach John Cinicola
(First Year)
tet!
Location: Pittsburgh, Pa. 15219
Enrollment: 8,000
Conference: Independent
Brown
412-434-6565
Nickname: Dukes
Colors: Red & Blue
1973-74 Record: 12-12
Publicity: Clair N.
Lettermen: Returning
Office Phone:
Captain(s): Don
8,
Lost 4
McLane &
Oscar Jackson
Year by Year Scores
73-69
1939-40 Duquesne
27-23 (OT)
1962-63 La Salle
1949-50 Duquesne
49-47
1963-64 Duquesne
89-58
1950-51 Duquesne
53-43
1964-65 La Salle
83-69
1951-52 Duquesne
71-60
1965-66 Duquesne
79-77
1951-52 La Salle
59-46
1966-67 La Salle
77-66
1952-53 La Salle
74-66
1967-68 La Salle
80-79 (OT)
1954-55 Duquesne
67-65
1968-69 La Salle
85-71
1956-57 La Salle
87-80
1969-70 Duquesne
67-64
1957-58 Duquesne
74-55
1970-71 Duquesne
95-86
1958-59 La Salle
72-65
1971-72 Duquesne
81-69
1959-60 La Salle
68-65
1972-73 La Salle
69-67
1960-61 Duquesne
78-63
1973-74 Duquesne
81-63
1961-62 Duquesne
80-66
18.
WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY
Wednesday, January 29, 1975, 7:15 P.M.,
at the Palestra,
Philadelphia, Pa.
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 9, Western Kentucky 14
OUTLOOK: The
Hilltoppers' guard strength, 6-2
junior Johnny Britt (18.4 ppg.), 6-1 junior Chuck
Rawlings (13.2 ppg.) and 5-10 senior Calvin Wade
(10.4 ppg.) should provide plenty of offensive
fireworks. Senior forwards 6-6 Kent Allison (13.1
ppg. -10. 4 rpg.) and 6-5 Mike Odemns (9.7 ppg.7.5 rpg.) will get the job done upfront. The
Kentuckians could be set for a big year.
Location: Bowling Green, Ky.
42101
Enrollment: 11,750
Conference: Ohio Valley
Publicity: Ed Given
Office Phone: 502-745-4295
El
Coach Jim Richards
(Three Years, 40-37)
Nickname: Hilltoppers
& White
1973-74 Record: 15-10
Colors: Red
Lettermen: Returning
Captain(s):
9,
Lost
1
TBA
Year by Year Scores
1942-43 Western
....
52-44
1964-65 La Salle
....
1947-48 Western
....
68-60
1965-66 Western
....
93-67
1949-50 La Salle
....
80-69
1966-67 Western
....
95-86
1950-51 Western
....
73-63
1967-68 Western
....
84-79
1951-52 La Salle
....
67-58
1968-69 La Salle
....
1956-57 Western
89-76
1969-70 Western
...
1958-59 La Salle
....
84-76
1970-71 La Salle
....
1958-59 Western
....
96-74
1971-72 Western
....
1959-60 Western
....
76-70
1*572-73 La Salle
1960-61 Western
....
1961-62 La Salle
1963-64 Western
....
....
91-77
88-81
..
102-80
91-76
103-84
108-80
73-69
1973-74 La Salle
7665
88-84
1973-74 Western
85-84 (OT)
107-95
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
19.
Saturday, February
Manley
1,
1975, 8:00 P.M., at the
Field House, Syracuse, N.Y.
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 14, Syracuse 10
OUTLOOK: The Orange
lost three starters,
but are
optimistic about attaining a fifth consecutive post
season tourney. The top returnees are senior co
captains 6-8 Rudy Hackett (16.8 ppg. -11. 6 rpg.)
and 6-2 Jim Lee (13.7 ppg.). 6 4 juniors Chris
Sease (4.8 ppg.) and Kevin King (4.4 ppg.) were
part time regulars a year ago. Soph newcomers 6-9
Earnie Seibert (16.7 ppg. -14.0 rpg.-frosh), 6-9
Bob Parker (13.5 ppg. -12. 9 rpg.-frosh) and 6-0
Larry Kelley (16.8 ppg.-frosh) are expected to
have an impact. Among the better squads in the
East once again!
Coach Roy Danforth
(Six Years,
105-53)
Nickname: Orangemen
Orange
1973-74 Record: 19-7
Location: Syracuse, N.Y. 13210
Enrollment: 10,000
Conference: Independent
Publicity: Larry Kimball
Office Phone: 315-423-2608
Colors:
Lettermen: Returning
9,
Lost 6
Captain(s): Rudy Hackett
& Jim Lee
Year by Year Scores
1954-55 La Salle
103-54
1964-65 Syracuse
1955-56 La Salle
75-62
1965-66 Syracuse
98-85
1955-56 La Salle
71-64
1966-67 Syracuse
88-84
1956-57 Syracuse
94-82
1966-67 Syracuse
102-81
1957-58 La Salle
59-55 (0T)
1967-68 La Salle
78-68
1958-59 La Salle
79-71
1967-68 La Salle
105-81
1959-60 Syracuse
91-84 (0T)
1968-69 La Salle
83-63
1960-61 La Salle
81-75
1969-70 La Salle
108-101
1961-62 La Salle
69-53
1970-71 Syracuse
75-68
1962-63 La Salle
74-66
1971-72 Syracuse
87-80
104-81
1963-64 La Salle
63-61
1972-73 Syracuse .... 91-84
1964-65 La Salle
73-70 (0T)
1973-74 Syracuse
75-68
DREXEL UNIVERSITY
20.
Wednesday, February
5,
1975, 8:00 P.M., at the
Drexel Physical Education-Athletic Center, Philadelphia, Pa.
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 5, Drexel 1
OUTLOOK: Dragons can
breathe
fire
on the front-
capable returnees 6-5 junior Doug
rpg.), 6-6 junior Mike
(9.1
ppg.) and 6-4 senior Terry Parks
(7.6 ppg. -6.4 rpg.).
In
addition,
seniors 6-6
Doug White and 6-4 Tim Corlies should be recovered from injuries which hampered their play
a year ago. 6-3 senior Mike Feagans (9.2 ppg.)
will
adequately fill one guard position but the
other startingslot is a question mark. Lacking the
'big center' but with enough veteran strength to
turn the corner.
line
with
Romanczuk (9.3 ppg. -7. 9
Kernan
Location: Philadelphia, Pa. 19104
Enrollment: 5,200
Conference: East Coast (East)
Publicity: Doug Verb
Office Phone: 215-895-2551
28
Coach Ray Haesler
(Three Years, 40-30)
Nickname: Dragons
& Gold
1973-74 Record: 15-9
Lettermen: Returning 9, Lost 5
Captain(s): Bob Ambler, Tim Corlies
& Terry Parks
Colors: Blue
Year by Year Scores
1944-45 La Salle
95-34
1971-72 Drexel
77-64
1944-45 La Salle
75-46
1972-73 La Salle
72-57
1970-71 La Salle
81-63
1973-74 La Salle
85-73
21.
TEMPLE UNIVERSITY
Saturday, February 8, 1975, 9:15 P.M., at the Palestra,
Philadelphia, Pa.
SERIES RECORD:
^n
La Salle 28, Temple 34
OUTLOOK: A definite rebuilding prospectus for the
Owls with senior co-captains 6-1 Kevin Washington (7.3 ppg.), the only holdover starter, and 6-7
George Bower (2.0 ppg.) in the leadership roles.
Some September games in France this past fall
6-7
should help! So will two frosh recruits,
Marvin Brown and 6-4 Tim Claxton, former Philadelphia scholastic standouts who might be starters. Newcomers will shape the season!
Location: Philadelphia, Pa.
19122
Enrollment: 16,397
Conference: East Coast (East)
Publicity: Al Shrier
Office Phone:
215-787-7445
Coach Don Casey
(One Year, 16-9)
Nickname: Owls
Colors: Cherry & White
1973-74 Record: 16-9
Lettermen: Returning 2, Lost 5
Captain(s): Kevin Washington &
George Bower
Year by Year Scores
1900-01 La Salle
15-10
1951-52 La Salle
75-59
1901-02 Temple
19-11
1951-52 La Salle
65-50
1902-03 Temple
16-14
1952-53 La Salle
57-42
1903-04 La Salle
20-13
1952-53 La Salle
65-45
1904-05 La Salle
19-17
1953-54 La Salle
77-53
1905-06 Temple
23-21
1953-54 Temple
57-56
59-57
1906-07 Temple
25-17
1954-55 La Salle
1907-08 Temple
29-20
1955-56 Temple
60-57
1908-09 La Salle
24-20
1956-57 La Salle
63-61
1909-10 Temple
29-18
1957-58 Temple
71-61
1910-11 Temple
30-21
1958-59 La Salle
67-64
1911-12 La Salle
35-16
1959-60 Temple
77-53
1912-13 Temple
27-22
1960-61 Temple
63-57
1913-14 Temple
28-19
1961-62 Temple
64-51
1914-15 Temple
37-21
1962-63 La Salle
81-71
1915-16 Temple
39-25
1963-64 Temple
63-57
1936-37 La Salle
37-31
1964-65 La Salle
83-70
1937-38 Temple
37-22
1964-65 La Salle
81-74
1938-39 La Salle
38-27
1965-66 Temple
66-59 (0T)
1939-40 Temple
39-37
1965-66 La Salle
86-85
1940-41 Temple
27-22
1966-67 Temple
79-65
1941-42 Temple
48-38
1966-67 Temple
78-61
1942-43 Temple
47-43
1967-68 La Salle
64-60
1943-44 Temple
73-45
1967-68 La Salle
87-69
1945-46 Temple
70-60
1968-69 La Salle
101-85
1946-47 La Salle
73-71
1969-70 Temple
69-61
1947-48 Temple
54-52
1970 71 La Salle
63-58
1948-49 Temple
54-36
1971-72 Temple
1949-50 La Salle
60-55
1972 73 Temple
56 54
1949-50 La Salle
67-51
1973 74 La Salle
78 54
1950-51
82-65
La Salle
1950-51 Temple
67-56
59-54
29
ALL TIME LA SALLE
Season
Won
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
1962
1961
1960
1959
1958
1957
1956
1955
1954
1953
1952
1951
1950
1949
1948
1947
1946
1945
1944
1943
1942
1941
1940
1939
1938
1937
1936
1935
1934
1933
1932
1931
18
15
10
10
6
19
Lost
/20
7
14
12
23
20
8
14
12
10
15
16
16
16
15
16
16
16
17
15
15
8
Pts. For
2251
1885
1820
2065
2153
2135
2171
2210
2136
1889
1863
1791
1793
1646
1800
1700
1850
1972
1879
2503
2261
2243
2376
2089
1646
1758
1512
1507
1213
1063
648
1044
997
770
718
689
543
629
467
1
9
8
9
7
6
7
9
9
10
26
26
25
25
22
5
4
3
7
7
21
21
4
20
20
4
7
6
14
9
12
7
8
8
13
12
9
12
12
10
11
8
8
6
9
8
12
8
4
12
16
14
13
14
15
3
8
668
539
492
652
4
551
6
3
Coach
Opp. Pts.
1757
Paul Westhead
Paul Westhead
1957
1859
Paul
2029
Paul
Westhead
Westhead
Tom Gola
Tom Gola
2048
1702
1924
2111
2169
1737
1786
1606
1674
1522
1700
1676
1803
1903
1716
1974
1896
1731
2000
1768
1362
1449
1236
1159
1334
886
638
966
919
714
674
603
544
531
578
517
423
399
Jim Harding
Joe Heyer
Joe Heyer
Bob Walters
Bob Walters
Donald Moore
Donald Moore
Donald Moore
Donald Moore
Donald Moore
Jim Pollard
Jim Pollard
Jim Pollard
Ken Loeffler
Ken Loeffler
Ken Loeffler
Ken Loeffler
Ken Loeffler
Ken Loeffler
Charles McGlone
Charles McGlone
Charles McGlone
Joseph Meehan
Joseph Meehan
Joseph Meehan
"Obie" O'Brien
"Obie" O'Brien
Leonard Tanseer
Leonard Tanseer
Leonard Tanseer
Leonard Tanseer
Leonard Tanseer
Leonard Tanseer
Leonard Tanseer
Leonard Tanseer
Thomas Conley
Thomas Conley
James J. Henry
—
—
COACHING RECORDS
Ke
Name
(Since 1931)
Tom
Gola
JjUrl
Ken Durrett ....§£
Hubie Marshall J|&
Years of Service Won Lost Avg.
Coach
Larry
p
Foust
(4)
1970-74
59
46
.562
Tom Gola
(2)
1968-70
37
13
.740
Larry Cannon ..Ifr
Frank Corace ...I£
Norman Grekin
Jim Harding
(1)
1967-68
8
.714
Bernie Williams.
Joe Heyer
(2)
1965-67
24
T
.471
Bob Walters
(2)
1963-65
17
.646
Donald (Dudey) Moore
(5)
1959-63
31
^9
37
.681
Jim Pollard
(3)
1956-58
48
28
.632
Kenneth Loeffler
'.950-55
145
30
.829
Charles McGlone
'.94749
89
16
.789
(3)
1944-46
29
2^
.500
2
1942-43
25
21
.577
Hubie Marshall
B8
59
.598
Larry
2^
11
.711
Tom
Gola
1.
L
Paul
Westhead
..
Joseph Meehan
..
"Obie" O'Brien
..
.
.
M-
Hubie Marshall
L
Bob Fields
Frank Corace ...L
Ken Durrett
L
Bill
Taylor
(8)
Thomas Conley
..
(2)
1932-33
Henry
..
(D 1930-31
15
4
.769
Tern Gola
44 Years
68/
14*
.665
Joe Bryant
J.
L
L
Cannon
Bob McAteer ...I...
Leonard Tanseer
1934-41
James
S»:
Name
Tom Gola
Tom Gola
.
Jim Crawford
Totals
Fran Dunphy ...L
Ken Durrett
30
.
COLLEGE STATISTICS
Crawford
Jirr.
Game Captains
Cannon
H
D. Ervin
Marano
Cunnane
Joe
Bo
Bo
Al
J.
Katheder
Lewis
Lewis
Gola
Gola
Gola
Gola
Bob Walters
Bob Walters
Bob Walters
Brnich
Carroll
Frank Hoerst
Frank Hoerst
Kear
Kratchowill
Clem Meehan
207
220
277
182
242
186
205
143
122
171
127
165
132
274
252
186
192
200
136
177
257
—
Charles McGlone
Charles McGlone
23
20
17
Carroll
18
17
20
16
Clem Meehan
20
Charles Mosicant
17
Clem Meehan
22
Mort Gratz
19
—
47
160
108
16
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98
132
109
120
77
117
69
133
106
116
60
72
129
62
202
186
145
120
69
83
99
87
191
17
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Frank Hoerst
Frank Hoerst
Frank Hoerst
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Joe
Raftery
Jack George
Larry Foust
Larry Foust
Larry Foust
Bob Walters
Bob Walters
Bob Walters
Don Clune
Irv Reichman
Charles McGlone
t
111
Tom
Tom
Tom
Tom
Joe Greenburg
Ma
247
249
Bill
Joe Greenburg
Fred Bernhardt
Phi
100
Al
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Ch.irles Donnelly
James Phelan
Frank Comerford
Ton
25
27
26
24
28
26
25
23
25
24
25
22
22
23
25
26
25
31
30
28
29
29
25
28
24
23
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Eltringham
Gola
Jim Crawford
Joe Heyer
Game Captains
Game Captains
Ton Gola
T.
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139
Bob McAteer
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175
Frank Corace
McAteer
McAteer
Game Captains
Al
28
25
Curt Fromal
Frank Corace
Frank Corace
B. Raftery T. Abbott
Foul Goals
Taylor
Jim Crawford
Hubie Marshall
Hubie Marshall
Marshall G. Paull
Jerry
Field Goals
Bill
Bob Fields
Ken Durrett
Ken Durrett
Larry Cannon
Ken Durrett
F. Dunphy K. Durrett
L.
Games
Leading Scorer
Captain
Joe DiCocco Frank Moffatt
Jim Crawford Bill Fox
Poinl
551
489
394
605
632
480
546
549
674
441
601
441
543
392
360
402
326
459
326
750
690
517
504
469
355
453
401
348
367
247
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85
67
66
53
57
42
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34
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27
33
28
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182
188
152
174
130
147
105
198
116
63
36
32
26
158
98
18
18
21
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Charles Mosicant
Mo t Gratz Ray Bab
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Seasons
Played Games
77
(1970-73)
Name
20.3
Points
'2,461
68-71)
121
71
23.6
1,679
Jim Crawford
Fred lehle
64-67)
74
21.3
103
75
73
14.2
Robert Walters
Alonzo Lewis ...
(1944-47)
47-50)
1,576
1,464
19.3
1,430
1.411
1.243
Bob McAteer
George Paull
Bob Fields
(1959-62)
(1964-67)
14.1
16.6
1,230
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66-69)
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Avg.
88
74
51-53)
66-69)
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1955
1954
..
1966
1970
1971
1964
1971
1974
..
..
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..
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..
..
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1967
1968
1962
1953
1952
1973
...
...
Larry
1970
1969
485
480
Lewis
Larry Foust
Cannon
Fred lehle
Bill
Taylor
Bernie Williams
.
Frank Corace
.
Curt Fromal
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Larry
Points
1,213
12.8
1,204
1,193
1.137
1,056
1,016
1,016
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13.8
153
13.7
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Season
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400 Points
Bernie Williams
Jack George
Fred lehle
1974
74
52
(1969-71)
750
690
674
632
605
549
546
543
517
504
489
486
(1954-57)
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Points
551
94
80
82
69
(1950-53)
Cannon
Norm Grekin
Norm Grekin
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Joe Heyer
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1968
1951
1952
1957
1949
1967
1953
1973
475
469
469
459
453
448
444
444
1969
1963
441
1965
441
1969
436
436
435
411
402
1953
1952
1970
1959
442
22.
VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY
Wednesday, February
12, 1975, 9:15 P.M., at the Palestra,
Philadelphia, Pa.
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 12, Villanova 13
OUTLOOK: The
Cats return four sophs in 6-8 Larry
Herron (13.1 ppg. -7. 3 rpg.), 6-2 Chubby Cox
(11.8 ppg.), 6-7 John Olive (9.7 ppg. -6. 5 rpg.)
and 6-0 Joe Rogers (7.9 ppg.), all starters in '7374. 6-6 senior Bob Sebastian (8.8 ppg.) and 6-4
junior Mike Stack, recovered from an injury, add
quality depth. The Main Liners also have three
talented frosh prospects, 6-6 Keith Herron, 6-6
Reggie Robinson and 6-4 Whitey Rigsby. A young
club with great potential.
Location: Villanova, Pa. 19085
Nickname: Wildcats
Colors: Blue & White
1973-74 Record: 7-19
Enrollment: 10,000
Conference: Independent
Publicity:
TBA
Office Phone:
Coach Roll ie Massimino
(One Year, 7-19)
Lettermen: Returning 10, Lost 2
215-527-2100
Ext.
200
Captain(s): Jim Berrang, Ed
Manning
& Bob Sebastian
Year by Year Scores
1933-34 Villanova
..
25-23
1962-63 Villanova
6347
1934-35 Villanova
..
22-21
1963-64 La Salle
63-59
....
29-23
1964-65 Villanova
86-72
..
76-73
1965-66 La Salle
78-70
1934-35 La Salle
1955-56 Villanova
1955-56 La Salle
....
71-64
1966-67 Villanova
68-59
1956-57 La Salle
....
75-61
1967-68 Villanova
64-56
1957-58 La Salle
....
...111-105 (0T)
1968-69 La Salle
74-67
1957-58 La Salle
....
75-64
1969-70 Villanova
96-85
1958-59 Villanova
..
63-57
1970-71 La Salle
73-69
1959-60 Villanova
..
68-52
1971-72 Villanova
86-73
....
76-71
1972-73 La Salle
101-79
1961-62 Villanova
..
65-63
1973-74 La Salle
104-66
1961-62 Villanova
..
75-67
1960-61 La Salle
COLLEGE
23.
NOTRE DAME UNIVERSITY
Saturday, February 15, 1975, 2:00 P.M., at the Athletic and
Convocation Center, Notre Dame, Indiana
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 0, Notre
OUTLOOK:
Dame
3
6-5
soph Adrian Dantley (18.3 ppg.9.7 rpg.) and 6-0 senior Dwight Clay (7.2 ppg.)
are the only holdover starters from last year, but
6-5 soph Bill Paterno (7.7 ppg.) and 6-8 senior
Pete Crotty add veteran talent. 6-9 soph Toby
Knight and 6-1 soph Ray Martin will press for
starting roles, and be challenged by frosh newcomers 6-8 Dave Barton and 6-3 Jeff Carpenter.
Many coaches would love to have such a rebuild-
Coach Richard Phelps
ing prospectus.
(Three Years, 50-35)
Location: Notre Dame, Indiana 46556
Enrollment: 8,444
Conference: Independent
Publicity:
Nickname: Fighting
Colors: Blue
Lettermen: Returning
Roger 0. Valdiserri
Office Phone:
Irish
& Gold
1973-74 Record: 26-3
219-283-7516
Captain(s):
8,
Lost 3
TBA
Year by Year Scores
1971-72 Notre Dame
1972-73 Notre Dame
1973-74 Notre Dame
24.
97-71
87-71
98-78
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY
Wednesday, February
19, 1975,
8:00 P.M., at the
Ft.
Myer Arena,
Arlington, Va.
SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 8, American 2
OUTLOOK: The
loss of four graduated starters is
soothed somewhat by the return of 6 7 senior
Wilbur Thomas (18.3 ppg. -10. 4 rpg.). Best bets
to crack
into
the frontcourt lineup are 6 7
senior
Mann (4.4 ppg.), 6-5 soph Calvin Brown (5.0
ppg.) and 6 6 transfer Ricky Hunt. Sophs 6-0
Dante Fulton (20.6 ppg. -JV) and 6-5 Cleo Wright
Bill
(19.8 ppg.-JV) could be the starting guards, but
frosh newcomers 6 1 Howie Kane and 60 Donald
Kelly figure to challenge. Rebuilding, but using
top notch young talent to do it.
Location: Washington,
DC. 20016
Enrollment: 5,000
Conference: East Coast (East)
Ray Murphy
Office Phone: 202 686 2560
Publicity:
Coach Jim Lynam
(One Year, 16-10)
Nickname: Eagles
& Blue
1973-74 Record: 16-10
Lettermen: Returning 5, Lost 5
Colors: Red, White
Captain(s):
Year by Year Scores
1965-66 La Salle
103-93
1969-70 La Salle
106-86
1966-67 American
94-90 (0T)
1970-71 La Salle
62-54
1967-68 La Salle
74-65
1971-72 La Salle
59-53
1967-68 La Salle
84-57
1972 73 American
88 79
1968-69 La Salle
96-72
1973 74 La Salle
95 83
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25.
RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
Saturday, February 22, 1975, 7:15 P.M., at the Palestra,
Philadelphia, Pa.
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SERIES RECORD:
La Salle 2, Rutgers
OUTLOOK: 6-5 junior Phil Sellers (23.2 ppg.-9.3
rpg.) and 6-4 junior Mike Dabney (15.8 ppg.6-9 rpg.) head a long list of returning vets. 6-1
soph Ed Jordan (11.1 ppg.) is a fixture at a guard
spot, and 6-10 soph Les Cason was occasionally
brilliant in the pivot last season. 6-6 frosh Hollis
Copeland is a blue chip addition. The Scarlet
Knights will enter elite Eastern circles.
Location:
New Brunswick,
N.J.
08902
Nickname: Scarlet Knights
Colors: Scarlet
Enrollment: 16,000
Conference: Independent
Publicity: Robert Currie
Office Phone:
Coach Tom Young
(One Year, 18-8)
1973-74 Record: 18-8
Lettermen: Returning 12, Lost
201-932-7315
Captain(s):
TBA
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1960-61 La Salle
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sparked La Salle's 91-76 rout of Western Kentucky and set new Palestra and
Explorers' standards during the 1970-71 campaign. Durrett, MAC and Big Five
MVP, finished his career with 1679 points, second highest total in La Salle
history. Ken's career per-game average of 23.6 is the school's best ever.
6-7
THE EXPLORERS' 1973-74 SEASON
This season was a mixture of joy and frustration.
that
we gave every
effort.
Our goals
I
IN
REVIEW
know, however,
for the future are filled with
great hope and determination.
(Paul Westhead,
La Salle Basketball Coach)
La Salle basketball continued an upward trend
Explorer squad had a good year! They missed
narrowest of margins.
1973-74. Coach Paul Westhead's
having a
very good year' by the
in
This past season La Salle registered 18 victories, a win-total topped by only three
other Explorer teams in the past 15 years.
La Salle's ultimate quest for the Middle Atlantic Conference title fell short by only
five points, a 76-71 loss to St. Joseph's. They missed the coveted Big Five championship by four points, an 84-82 defeat by Penn, and a 75-73 loss to St. Joe's. The
Explorers lost at Western Kentucky and Duquesne, but so did Providence, the East's
best team.
La Salle did finish a strong third
St. Petersburg, Florida's Big
A sampling
of
Western Kentucky,
Sun
in
both
New York's ECAC Holiday
Festival
and
Invitational.
'73-74 victims is impressive! Rutgers, Stanford, Princeton,
Niagara, Holy Cross, American, Temple and Villanova were each
their
defeated by the Explorers.
And in the process, La Salle's Bill Taylor emerged as one of the East's premiere
players. The 6-5 junior from Tuskegee, Alabama, notched 551 points this year, the
eighth best single season-total in Explorer history.
Taylor's 19.7 ppg. scoring average was the highest in both the MAC and the Big
Five. 'B.T.' was over 20 points on 11 different occasions, highlighted by a 39 point
explosion vs. American University, when he canned 18 of 22 field goal attempts.
In other outstanding efforts, Taylor scored 28 points vs. St. Joseph's and Lafayette,
27 points vs. Wake Forest, 26 points vs. Holy Cross, and 25 points vs. Notre Dame
and Princeton.
The debut of Philadelphia's 6-10 soph Joe Bryant proved to be almost as explosive.
'J.B.' scored 486 points and pulled down 282 rebounds in a rookie performance
topped by only one previous La Salle player (Tom Gola had 504 points and 497
rebounds as a frosh in '51-52).
Bryant's 18.7 ppg. gave him second place
and his 10.8 rpg. showing off the boards
second best.
in
the Big Five and MAC scoring races,
the Big Five and was the MAC's
led
Joe's high '73-74 outputs were 37 points against Rider and
in the MAC playoffs.
17 rebounds against
Delaware
Bryant on the frontline was 6-6 senior Joe DiCocco, a hardnosed boardman from Upper Darby, Pa., who started all 78 games in his varsity
career. Joe's three year totals of 847 points and 741 rebounds attest to his steady
and solid play. For '73-74, he averaged 10.5 ppg. and 9.4 rpg., with best efforts of
21 points vs. Stanford, and 16 rebounds vs. Syracuse.
Joining Taylor and
The Explorer backcourt featured all kinds of depth. While sophomores Glenn Collier
and Charlie Wise got the starting nods, seniors Steve Baruffi and Frank Moffatt saw
plenty of action.
The 6-2 Collier from Philadelphia emerged as a smooth playmaker with a soft
touch, averaging 7.3 ppg., passing off for 97 assists and hitting a career-high 18
points vs. Lafayette.
Known
for his defensive prowess, 6
'Sweet Charlie' Wise from Cape May, New
was the eighth best scorer in the Big Five with 11.9 ppg., and finished second
assists with 110. Wise got a career high 19 points vs. Stanford, Western Kentucky
Jersey,
in
and Delaware.
1 flash from Vineland, New Jersey, proved to be a regularly spectacular
a solid 5.8 ppg. off the bench throughout 1973 74. Called upon
the absence of the injured Joe Bryant, Steve burned American University
with a first class 20 point outburst.
Baruffi, a 6
sixth
to
man, adding
start
in
Moffatt, the 5 10 mighty mite' from Cherry Hill, New Jersey, was the proof posi
that the little man still has a place in collegiate basketball. Frank frequently
gave Wise and Collier a breather, running the attack with precision and cleverness,
and throwing the key pass. Moffatt averaged 3.1 ppg., topped by 11 points vs. Notre
Dame, and fed 48 assists in his spot duty
five
And the list of contributors goes on! Seniors Frank Cat' Doyle and Joe Rabbi'
Rapczynski, honored by the Philadelphia sportswriters as La Salle's unsung heroes',
junior Kevin McBain, sophomore Varick Cutler, and freshmen Donn Wilber and Barry
Brodzinski, added time and talent to the success of the Explorer unit
In summation, 1973-74 La Salle basketball was exciting, competitive and repre
sentative It was not a very good year', because the Explorers did not win the NCAA
berth! However, it was indeed a good year' La Salle earned and deserved a bid to the
National Invitational Tournament
1
1973-74 EXPLORER HIGH
MARKS
INDIVIDUAL
POINTS SCORED (GAME)— 39, Bill Taylor vs. American
POINTS SCORED (HALF)— 23, Bill Taylor vs. American
REBOUNDS— 17, Joe Bryant vs. Delaware
FIELD GOALS— 18, Bill Taylor vs. American (22 attempts)
FREE THROWS— 10, Joe Bryant vs. Holy Cross (12 attempts)
ASSISTS— 11, Glenn
Collier vs. Lafayette
TEAM
POINTS SCORED (GAME)— 104, vs. Villanova
POINTS SCORED (HALF)— 61, vs. Villanova
REBOUNDS— 55,
GOALS—47,
FREE
THROWS— 26,
ASSISTS— 24,
vs.
Villanova
vs.
FIELD
vs.
Biscayne (74 attempts)
Holy Cross (32 attempts)
vs.
Holy Cross
1973-74 ATTENDANCE
La Salle's basketball squad played before a total of 125,607 fans during
the
73-74 campaign
for an average of 4485.
The Explorer's attracted 57,755 spectators in 14 road shows (over 9500
for an average of 4125, and 67,852 court followers in 14 home
battles for an average of 4846.
miles)
The La Salle five's largest home crowd was a 9,222 Palestra sellout vs.
Dame, while the Explorers' top road draw was 9,100 at Western
Notre
Kentucky.
TOP INDIVIDUAL OPPONENT
PERFORMANCES, 1973-74
PLAYER (TEAM)
Gary Brokaw (Notre Dame)
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26
Malcolm Moulton (Holy Cross)
25
pts. (9-20,
77-66, La Salle
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94-80, La Salle
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24
Andy Walker (Niagara)
23
iRudy Hackett (Syracuse)
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AND 11 OTHERS DISSOLVE MAC
FORM EAST COAST CONFERENCE
LA SALLE
TIES,
The East Coast Conference, composed of 12 former Middle Atlantic
Conference University Division members including La Salle, is in its first
1, 1974.
year of athletic competition, having begun formal operation July
The
nell
athletic alliance has as charter
members American
University, Buck-
University, the University of Delaware, Drexel University. Hofstra Uni-
Lehigh University. Rider College,
Joseph's College, Temple University, and West Chester State College.
versity, Lafayette College, La Salle College,
St.
All twelve schools are members of the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) and are listed as division one by the National Collegiate
Athletic Association (NCAA). Gettysburg College, also a former member of
the MAC'S university division, decided against division one status and
remained a member of the Middle Atlantic Conference. There will be East
and West division competition in all team sports with conference champions moving on to NCAA competition.
East division
members
include American,
Drexel,
Hofstra, La Salle, St.
Joseph's, and Temple. The West will have Bucknell, Delaware, Lafayette,
Lehigh, Rider, and West Chester.
However, since most schedules for the 1974-75 athletic calendar have
will be a member of the East division
one year, before shifting to the West for the 1975-76 school year.
already been drawn, West Chester
for
Bucknell Athletic Director Rober A. Latour has been elected president of
new league with La Salle's John J. Conboy serving as vice president,
and Rider's John B. Carpenter as secretary-treasurer. Temple's Ernest C.
Casale has been chosen league commissioner and Michael Trilling will be
the conference publicity director.
the
FINAL MIDDLE ATLANTIC CONFERENCE
UNIVERSITY DIVISION
BASKETBALL STANDINGS
L973-74
EASTERN SECTION
League
w
Joseph's
Points
Overall
Pet
F
A
W
L
Pet
F
A
833
833
667
667
333
167
000
444
470
382
400
364
391
380
375
443
480
415
19
18
16
16
15
8
10
10
10
655
643
615
640
625
333
423
1970
2251
1829
1503
1614
1652
1688
1820
2029
1800
1417
10
16
500
654
577
600
333
21
125
1592
1851
1889
1796
1518
1406
1610
1697
1827
1710
1665
1780
5
1
5
1
American
Temple
4
4
2
Drexel
2
4
Hofstra
1
5
West Chester
Points
L
La Salle
'St.
2
6
401
395
336
11
9
9
16
15
1501
1865
1759
WESTERN SECTION
Rider
8
2
Lafayette
7
3
Delaware
Gettysburg
7
3
4
6
8
8
Bucknell
Lehigh
2
2
800
700
700
400
200
200
591
730
711
668
611
621
581
641
13
17
13
9
630
664
686
730
15
15
8
3
11
MAC PLAYOFFS
Quarterfinals
Lafayette 59, American 55
La Salle 78, Delaware 69
Semifinals
Joseph's 64, Lafayette 61 (OT)
La Salle 84, Rider 68
St.
Finals
St.
Joseph's 76, La Salle 71
41
ALL-TIME LA SALLE RECORDS
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
LSC— one
game:
POINTS:
Western Kentucky, January
45, Ken Durrett, vs.
1971.
16,
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED:
Tom
33,
Gola, vs. Temple, February 26, 1955.
33, Frank Corace, vs. Penn, February 12, 1963.
December
33, Hubie Marshall, vs. Penn,
21, 1966.
FIELD GOALS MADE:
20,
Bob McAteer (28
20,
Ken Durrett (27
FREE
December
1,
1961.
Lafayette, February 4, 1970.
THROWS ATTEMPTED:
Bob
21,
FREE
atts.), vs. Millersville,
atts.), vs.
March
Fields, vs. Rider,
1,
1971.
THROWS MADE:
17 (18
atts.),
Bob McAteer,
W. Kentucky, March
vs.
2,
1962.
REBOUNDS:
Tom
37,
POINTS
Lebanon
Gola, vs.
IN
Valley, January 15, 1955.
ONE-HALF:
33, Hubie Marshall, vs. Albright,
LSC— one
December
1,
1965.
season:
POINTS:
Tom
750,
Gola, 1954-55.
FIELD GOALS:
277, Hubie Marshall, 1965-66.
FREE
THROWS ATTEMPTED:
Tom Gola, 1954-55.
THROWS MADE:
267,
FREE
202,
Tom
Gola, 1954-55.
Opponents— one game:
HUBIE MARSHALL
POINTS:
52, Calvin Murphy, Niagara,
December
16, 1967.
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED:
40, Joe Steiner, Bucknell, February 7, 1962.
FIELD GOALS MADE:
20, Joe Steiner, Bucknell, February 7, 1962.
FREE
THROWS ATTEMPTED:
Howie Landa, Lebanon
23,
FREE
Valley, January 15, 1955,
THROWS MADE:
18,
Bob McNeill,
St.
Joseph's, February 26, 1958.
Dariel Carrier, W. Kentucky, February 25, 1964.
REBOUNDS:
33, Art Beatty,
American
U.,
January 10, 1967.
TEAM RECORDS
LSC— one
game:
COMBINED SCORE:
220
(99-121), vs. Miami, Fla., January 23, 1964.
POINTS:
125, vs. Loyola
(La.),
February
4,
1967.
LARGEST VICTORY MARGIN:
75 (LSC 95, P.M.C.
42
20), vs. P.M.C.,
BOB McATEER
January 29, 1947
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED:
112, vs. Furman, February 6, 1954.
FIELD GOALS:
56, vs. Loyola (La.), February 4, 1967.
THROWS
FREE
TRIED:
51, vs. Duquesne, February 16, 1957.
THROWS MADE:
FREE
36, vs. Pennsylvania, January 22, 1969.
REBOUNDS:
and Canisius (1955).
85, vs. Brandeis
ASSISTS:
35, vs. Loyola
(La.),
February
4,
1967.
POINTS ONE-HALF:
67, vs. St. Francis (Pa.), January 28, 1969.
PERSONAL FOULS:
34, vs. Biscayne, February 15,
1972
Opponents— one game:
MOST POINTS:
121, Miami,
Fla.,
January 23, 1964.
LARRY FOUST
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED:
105, Creighton, February
1,
1967.
FIELD GOALS MADE:
47, Miami, Fla., January 23, 1964.
THROWS ATTEMPTED:
FREE
52, N.C. State, January 23, 1954.
THROWS MADE:
FREE
37, Valparaiso,
December
29, 1956.
37, W. Kentucky, February 25, 1964.
REBOUNDS:
79, St. Joseph's, January 8, 1966.
LSC— one
season:
POINTS:
2,503
31 games, 1954-55.
in
POINTS-PER-GAME:
89.0
24 games, 1968-69.
in
FIELD GOALS MADE:
959
in
31 games, 1954-55.
FRANK CORACE
THROWS ATTEMPTED:
FREE
879
28 games, 1952-53.
in
THROWS MADE:
FREE
585
31 games, 1954-55.
in
Other
Team
Records:
MOST VICTORIES:
26, 1953-54 and 1954-55.
MOST LOSSES:
19,
1971-72.
LONGEST WINNING STREAK:
15 games (1968-69).
BEST SEASON RECORD:
W
23, L
1
(1968-69).
TOM GOLA
43
TOURNAMENT RECORDS
MID-SEASON
Won
Lost
2
Richmond Invitational
Quaker City Tourney
Orange Bowl Tourney
17
2
1
ECAC Holiday
15
9
Kentucky Invitation
Boston Garden Tourney
2
2
1
1
Vanderbilt Invitational
1
1
2
Festival
Pet.
7
.708
.667
.625
1
1
.500
.500
1
1
.500
Sunshine Classic
Cable Car Classic
1
1
2
.500
.000
26
.634
Classic
45
Totals
1952-53
Holiday Festival,
New York
1970
1958
1955
1954,55
1967
1969
1971
4
8
(5th Place)
De Paul 63
La Salle 61
La Salle 86
Cincinnati 81
New York
La Salle 80
1953-54
1968, 72
1964, 69
.500
.500
'Husker Classic
Volunteer
Champions Runners-up
1.000
1.000
Invitational
Charlotte
La Salle 60
Kentucky 73
Holiday Festival,
New York
(3rd Place)
La Salle 77
St.
Niagara 69
Brigham Young 62
Kentucky Invitational (2nd Place)
La Salle 49
S.
Kentucky 63
1954-55
California
Holiday Festival,
New York
(2nd Place)
Syracuse 54
UCLA 77
La Salle 85
Duquesne 67
La Salle 65
Holiday Festival,
New York
(5th Place)
San Francisco 79
La Salle 62
La Salle 75
Syracuse 72
La Salle 85
1956-57
St.
Orange Bowl Tournament, Miami Beach,
Fla. (5th
La Salle
82
(Va.)
Valparaiso 73
Invitational
(Won Championship)
La Salle 72
Virginia
La Salle 59
1961-62
Holiday Festival,
La Salle 87
Cincinnati
Dayton 81
44
64
Place)
Seton Hall 72
La Salle 103
Richmond
John's 76
La Salle 76
W. Kentucky 89
1957-58
38
La Salle 54
La Salle 103
1955-56
Louis 63
La Salle 50
La Salle 74
1954-55
63
UCLA 53
La Salle 62
1953-54
U.
Kentucky Invitational (2nd Place)
(OT)
New
64
Richmond 55
York (4th Place)
Dartmouth 60
La Salle 56
La Salle 67
1962-63
Quaker City Festival, Palestra (5th Place)
La Salle 73
Delaware 64
Bowling Green 67
Brigham Young 84
La Salle 80
La Salle 74
1963-64
Quaker City
(OT)
Festival, Palestra
(Won Championship)
La Salle 91
La Salle 80
La Salle 83
1964-65
St.
Holiday Festival,
St.
New
Northwestern 69
Georgetown 69
Bonaventure 80
York (5th Place)
La Salle 71
Temple 70
Syracuse 70
John's 78
La Salle 83
La Salle 73
1965-66
(OT)
Quaker City
Festival,
Palestra (4th Place)
Brigham Young 69
La Salle 59
La Salle 87
La Salle 71
Temple 66
(OT)
Minnesota 92
1966-67
Vanderbilt Invitational, Nashville (2nd Place)
Nebraska 76
La Salle 95
La Salle 99
100
Vanderbilt
1966-67
Quaker City Festival, Palestra (5th Place)
La Salle 84
Syracuse 88
Niagara 72
Bowling Green 77
La Salle 86
La Salle 78
1967-68
Boston Garden Christmas Tournament (3rd Place)
Providence 77
La Salle 56
North Carolina
La Salle 68
1967-68
Holiday Festival,
Louisville
New
94
West
La Salle 100
La Salle 78
1968-69
Quaker City Festival, Spectrum (2nd Place)
La Salle 70
Penn
108
South Carolina 62
Volunteer Classic, Knoxville, Tenn. (2nd Place)
Yale 59
Tennessee 55
La Salle 47
Quaker City
Festival,
Palestra (Champions)
La Salle 76
Georgia 66
La Salle 68
Cornell 56
Columbia 74
La Salle 89
1970-71
Charlotte Invitational (Champions)
1971-72
Cornhusker Classic, Lincoln, Neb. (2nd Place)
La Salle 50
La Salle 75
Boston
La Salle 81
La Salle 60
Quaker City Festival, Palestra (5th Place)
Boston College 62
108
La Salle 61
La Salle
Fairfield 96
Massachusetts 75
La Salle 82
1972-73 Cable Car Classic, San Francisco,
Cal.
USF 74
La Salle 73
Santa Clara 71
1972-73
Georgia 42
College 63
Baylor 68
Nebraska 75
1971-72
State 55
Indiana 88
La Salle 59
La Salle 81
1969-70
63
La Salle 71
Virginia 83
Syracuse 68
La Salle
1969-70
St.
York (5th Place)
Quaker
City Festival, Palestra (2nd place)
La Salle 77
La Salle 76
St.
La Salle 69 (ovt.)
Joseph's 77
N.
usc 72
Mexico State 70
La Sa e 52
||
45
1973-74
Sunshine Classic,
Wake
St.
Petersburg, Fla. (3rd place)
Forest 95
La Salle 90
W. Kentucky 65
La Salle 76
1973-74
Holiday Festival,
New
York (3rd place)
La Salle 77
Stanford 66
La Salle 65
Manhattan 73
La Salle 83
Princeton 78
POST-SEASON
Won
Champions Runners-up
Lost
Pet.
9
2
.818
1954
5
7
.417
1952
14
9
.609
2
N.C.A.A
1955
National Invitational
Tourney (NIT)
Totals
1
NCAA TOURNAMENT
1954
1955
(Won National Championship)
La Salle 76
La Salle 88
La Salle 64
La Salle 69
La Salle 92
(Eastern
Fordham 74
(OT)
N.
St.
81
Navy 48
Penn State 54
Bradley 76
Champions and National Runners-up)
W. Virginia 61
Princeton 46
Canisius 64
Iowa 73
La Salle 63
La Salle 95
La Salle 73
La Salle 99
La Salle 76
San Francisco 77
1968
Carolina
(Eliminated
in
First
Round)
Columbia 83
La Salle 69
NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURNEY
(NIT)
1948
Round)
Western Kentucky 68
La Salle 61
1950
(Reached Quarter-Finals)
La Salle 72
Duquesne 49
La Salle 47
1951
(Eliminated
(Eliminated
St.
1952
in First
in First
Round)
Louis 73
La Salle 61
(Won Championship)
La Salle 80
Seton Hall 76
John's 45
Duquesne 46
Dayton 64
La Salle 51
La Salle 59
St.
La Salle 75
1953
(Seeded
St.
1963
in
St.
Quarter-Finals)
La Salle 74
John's 75
(Eliminated
First
Round)
in
First
Round)
in
First
Round)
in
Louis 62
1965
(Eliminated
1971
(Eliminated
La Salle 61
La Salle 86
Detroit 93
Georgia
Arizona 66
Tech
70
La Salle 67
EXPLORER CENTURY MARKS
(39)
(Opponents have scored 100 against La Salle 19 times)
YEAR
RESULT
SITE
1973-74
LA SALLE 104, Villanova 69
1972-73
LA SALLE 101, Villanova 79
Palestra
1972-73
LA SALLE 108, W. Kentucky 80
Palestra
1971-72
LA SALLE 108,
Fairfield
Palestra
96
Palestra
1969-70
LA SALLE 108, Syracuse 101
Palestra
1969-70
LA SALLE 106, American 86
Palestra
1969-70
LA SALLE 102, Lafayette 73
Palestra
1969-70
LA SALLE 101, Niagara 90
Palestra
1968-69
LA SALLE 100, Baltimore 57
Palestra
1968-69
LA SALLE 108, Indiana 88
Spectrum
1968-69
LA SALLE 103, Creighton 84
Palestra
1968-69
LA SALLE 101, Temple 85
Palestra
1968-69
LA SALLE 107,
Altoona, Pa.
1968-69
LA SALLE 102, Loyola (South) 65
Palestra
1967-68
LA SALLE 100, W. Virginia 83
Madison Sq. Garden
1967-68
LA SALLE 103,
Palestra
1967-68
LA SALLE 105, Syracuse 81
Palestra
1966-67
LA SALLE 103, Gettysburg 67
Palestra
St.
St.
Francis (Pa.) 95
Joseph's 71
1966-67
LA SALLE 125, Loyola
1966-67
LA SALLE 108, Oklahoma City 97
80
(La.)
Palestra
Palestra
1965-66
LA SALLE 103, American
1965-66
LA SALLE 102, Miami 108
Miami,
1964-65
LA SALLE 101, Seton Hall 71
Palestra
1963-64
LA SALLE 100, Lafayette 86
Palestra
1962-63
LA SALLE 105, Bucknell 55
Palestra
1961-62
LA SALLE 102, Millersville 62
Lincoln High
1960-61
LA SALLE 104, Lafayette 86
Easton, Pa.
1958-59
LA SALLE 102, Georgetown 72
Washington, D.C.
U.
93
Palestra
Fla.
1957-58
*LA SALLE 111, Villanova 105
1956-57
LA SALLE 103, Valparaiso 73
Miami Beach,
1954-55
LA SALLE 103, Syracuse 54
Madison
1954-55
LA SALLE 102, Brandeis 56
Convention Hall
1954-55
LA SALLE 112, Lebanon Valley 70
Convention Hall
1953-54
LA SALLE 100, Furman 83
Convention Hall
1952-53
LA SALLE 101, Albright 62
Reading, Pa.
1952-53
LA SALLE 111, West Chester 60
La
Salle
Fieldhouse
1952-53
LA SALLE 106, Muhlenberg 73
La Salle
Fieldhouse
1951-52
LA SALLE 103, Geneva 74
Beaver
1951-52
LA SALLE 105, Murray State 82
*Triple Overtime (1st
team ever
to score
Palestra
Sq.
Fla.
Garden
Falls, Pa.
Convention Hall
100 against La
Salle)
47
ALL-TIME RECORD WITH
COLLEGIATE OPPONENTS
(Bold Face
Won
Opponent
Akron
Name: 1974-75 Opponents)
Lost
First
Last
Met
Met
1
1940
1940
Albright
26
Alumni
American U.
12
1946
1931
1966
1950
1948
1973
1943
1949
1933
1972
1972
1970
1943
1974
1953
1948
1974
1943
1951
1969
1972
1974
1950
1947
1949
1954
1955
1949
1935
1959
1940
1941
1938
1933
1948
1950
1972
1967
1957
1955
1966
1935
1968
1940
1974
1946
1947
1962
Alabama
(First
Arizona
Arkansas
Army
Arnold
Baldwin-Wallace
Baltimore U
Baylor
Biscayne
Bloomsburg
Boston College
Bowling Green
Bradley
Brandeis
Brigham Young
Brooklyn College
.
.
.
Bucknell
Butler
Canisius
8
13
CCNY
Catholic
8
U
3
Cincinnati
(First
Clemson
Coast Guard
Col. of Osteopathy
Columbia
Columbus University
Cooper Union
Cornell
Creighton
Dartmouth
Davis-Elkins
Dayton U.
Delaware
DePaul
Detroit
Dickinson
Drexel
Duquesne
E.
E.
2
2
1943
1932
1968
1942
1933
1970
1963
1962
1935
1952
1931
1950
1965
1954
1945
1940
1952
1973
1932
1972
Kentucky
Michigan
Elizabethtown
Fairfield
1946
1934
1970
1942
1933
1970
1971
1962
1942
1962
1974
1953
1970
1956
1974
1974
1970
1973
1932
1972
(First
Florida State
Holy Cross
1970
1949
1938
1946
1932
1969
1949
1962
1956
1932
1966
1951
1970
1971
1952
1968
1944
1974
1974
Idaho
1951
1951
1954
1954
1932
1945
Fordham
Furman
Gallaudet
Georgetown
Geo. Washington
....
Georgia
Georgia Tech
Geneva
Gettysburg
Haverford College
Hofstra
Houston
..
1951
(First
Last La Salle
Victory
Last Opp.
Victory
1940(33-30)
Meeting)
1970(89-59)
1948(71-35)
1974(95-83)
1953(87-68)
1948(69-58)
1974(83-71)
1943(83-48)
1951(86-67)
1969(100-57)
1972(81-68)
1974(97-75)
1950(67-41)
1971(75-63)
1967(78-77)
1957(87-77)
1955(102-56)
1966(71-69)
1935(28-17)
1968(84-69)
1973(96-85)
1947(68-33)
1953(86-81)
Meeting)
1946(59-46)
1934(32-13)
1970(89-74)
1942(47-45)
1933(33-16)
1970(68-56)
1971(64-61)
1962(87-60)
1942(44-33)
1954(82-58)
1974(78-69)
1950(49-41)
1969(98-96)
1956(98-57)
1974(85-73)
1973(69-67)
1970(84-82)
1973(93-66)
1932(46-14)
1972(108-96)
Meeting)
1962(60-56)
1956(73-65)
1965 (88-80)
1951 (85-63)
1970(50-42)
1949(67-59)
1952(103-74)
1968(96-58)
1974(66-53)
1974(94-80)
1951 (60-49)
Meeting)
1946(67-61)
1973(88-79)
1949(52-49)
1972(103-93)
1972(62-61)
1949(51-45)
1956(93-78)
1963(84-73)
1940(46-37)
1974(89-81)
1946(94-52)
1939(45-40)
1962(64-56)
1945(58-44)
1968(83-69)
1970(86-77)
1962(81-67)
1931(33-25)
1953(68-62)
1970(81-77)
1972(77-64)
1974(81-63)
1956(84-69)
1932(23-17)
1966(101-99)
1971(70-67)
1962(57-44)
1944 (56-42)
1972(58-56)
1972(85-79)
Won
Opponent
Wesleyan
Illinois
..
Indiana
Lost
1
1
lona
2
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Kutztown
2
Lafayette
22
1
1
2
1
Lock Haven
Lebanon Valley
1
7
1
Lehigh
4
8
1
Long island U
3
5
2
4
7
2
Louisville
Loyola (South)
Loyola
25
(Md.)
Manhattan
17
Marshall (W. Va.)
....
Massachusetts
1
1
5
2
1
First
Last
Last La Salle
Last Opp.
Met
Met
Victory
Victory
1939
1957
1954
1954
1952
1954
1945
1945
1947
1939
1959
1936
1949
1955
1934
1913
1943
1972
1939
1969
1966
1955
1952
1955
1945
1974
1947
1955
1974
1970
1968
1972
1954
1974
1970
1972
1939(25-23)
1969(108-88)
1966(94-72)
1955(76-73)
1945 (64-48)
1974(87-66)
1947(69-36)
1955(112-70)
1974(87-37)
1970(68-53)
1966(96-92)
1971(74-53)
1954(97-62)
1964(75-62)
1970(76-75)
1972(82-75)
1957(93-80)
1952(70-65)
1955(63-54)
1945 (54-53)
1973(77-68)
1972(69-64)
1942(61-37)
1968(94-71)
1972(86-80)
1944(53-45)
1974(73-65)
1970(97-88)
ALL-TIME INTERSECTIONAL RECORD
BY CONFERENCE
Won
Conference
11
Pacific 8
7
4
2
162
91
Southwest
Mid-American
Missouri
Valley
Pet.
1.000
1.000
1
Ten
Middle Atlantic
Western Athletic
Atlantic Coast
Ivy League
Ohio Valley
Big
1
6
6
9
17
16
9
18
15
.875
.667
.640
.500
.500
.486
.531
2
2
.500
6
7
.462
11
14
.440
Southeast
3
5
.375
Big
1
3
.250
T73
.598
Eight
TOTALS
Memphis
Miami
256
(First
State U.
(Fla.)
Millersville
9
4
19
1
Minnesota
Morehead
1
3
St
Morris-Harvey
Moravian
Mt.
Lost
Southern
Yankee
St.
Mary's
Muhlenberg
Murray State
Navy
Nebraska
Newark
New Mexico State
N.Y.U
N. Carolina St
North Carolina
Niagara
1
3
2,
4
8
1
7
U.
13
Northwestern
Notre
Dame
3
1951
1939
1966
1945
1934
1941
1931
1941
1952
1954
1967
1942
1973
1953
1949
1947
1934
1964
1972
1970
1962
1966
1968
1942
1948
1939
1963
1952
1954
1972
1943
1973
1953
1968
1947
1974
1964
1974
Meeting)
1970(97-77)
1970(103-96)
1958(90-80)
1962(102-62)
1966(92-87)
1968(81-73)
1945(54-47)
1942(39-27)
1948(79-58)
1939(34-26)
1933(21-14)
1963(88-49)
1959(92-75)
1952(105-82)
1954(64-48)
1967 (99-76)
1972(75-60)
1943(50-35)
1973(7670)
1953(80-63)
1968(68-63)
1947(65-62)
1974(67-65)
1964(91-69)
49
Oklahoma A&M
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma U
Last
Last La Salle
Met
Met
Victory
4
1940
1967
1945
1936
1934
1954
1935
2
1931
1940
1967
1945
1955
1974
1969
1937
1932
1952
1974
1968
1
1
8
11
Penn State
Phila. Pharmacy
3
16
2
....
Textile
Oilers
Phillips
Lost
1
P.M.C
Pennsylvania
Phila.
First
Won
Opponent
1
Princeton
2
1
Providence
1
1
Richmond
4
Rice
Rider
2
16
Roanoke
1
Rutgers U.
San Francisco
Santa Clara
2
4
1
5
Scranton
St. Joseph's
1
2
17
9
35
37
St.
Bonaventure
....
1
St.
Francis (Pa.)
....
3
St.
Francis (N.Y.)
....
7
2
St.
John's (N.Y.)
3
3
1
4
12
11
Louis
Seattle
St.
1
2
Seton Hall
South Carolina
Southern California
Stanford
1
3
2
Susquehanna
2
S. W. Missouri State
Syracuse
Temple
Temple Pharmacy
Tennessee
..
1
14
10
28
34
2
1
1
1952
1932
1937
1955
1900
1931
1970
1958
1942
1974
1939
1974
1973
1973
1960
1974
1964
1969
1948
1965
1963
1966
1966
1969
1973
1974
1947
1953
1974
1974
1932
1970
1948
1941
1940
1950
1935
1932
1947
1964
1957
1967
1934
1948
1953
1940
1932
1948
1938
1955
1949
1943
1940
1958
1970
1952
1948
1950
1972
1955
1936
1932
1955
1966
1958
1967
1974
1958
1974
1942
1974
1974
1938
1968
1949
1943
1941
1959
1970
1953
1955
1941
1933
1937
1961
1949
1941
1932
1901
1958
1947
1937
1936
1951
1965
1932
1969
1948
1953
1946
1953
Texas Tech
Texas Wesleyan
Toledo
....
1
1
4
Tulsa
1
2
U.C.L.A
2
1
Upsala
Ursinus
Utah
Utah State
Valparaiso
Vanderbilt
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
12
Villanova
Virginia
2
Wake
1
Forest
Washington College 3
West Chester
28
Western Kentucky
9
Westminster ....."
West Virginia
William & Mary-....
3
Xavier
(0.)
1
1
P.I
2
1
Yale
1
Youngstown
1
50
1
6
14
1
Wyoming
Wyomissing
13
1
1
Last Opp.
Victory
1940(33-16)
1967(108-97)
1955(94-39)
1969(78-64)
1945(52-38)
1939(36-31)
1974(84-82)
1969(70-55)
1937(41-15)
1932(31-10)
1974(83 78)
1937 (47-36)
1952(92-58)
1932(25 24)
1968 (77-56)
1958(59-55)
1942(5141)
1974(84 68)
1937(32-29)
1974(82-76)
1941(41-37)
1960(82-77)
1969(84-67)
1964(83-80)
1969(107-95)
1948 (53-52)
1956(85-76)
1954(96-82)
1965(101-71)
1971(84-82)
1939(31-30)
1973(74-73)
1973(71 69)
1952(55-52)
1974(76-71)
1958(91-71)
1943 (47-41)
1965(78-71)
1963(62 61)
196b (84-ba;
1966(93-92)
1969(62-59)
1973(77-72)
1974(77-66)
1947(47-43)
1953(77-70)
1970(108-101) 1974(78-65)
1974(78-54)
1973(56-54)
1932(33-17)
1931(32-17)
1970(55-47)
(First Meeting)
1948(69-66)
1949(62-51)
1971(63-61)
1955 (85-77)
1936(31-24)
1932(29-26)
1948 (52-46)
1964(90-85)
1958(97-86)
1974(104-66)
1958(72-64)
1953(76-59)
1942(60-33)
1974(73-53)
1974(76-65)
1950(59-55)
1972(80-77)
1950 (62-57)
1955 (79-69)
1966(109-97)
1967(100-95)
1972(86-73)
1974(95-90)
1940(30-27)
1974(85-84)
1938(45-20)
1968(100-83)
1949(63-51)
1943(56-32)
1941(54-41)
1959(99-80)
1970(81-59)
1953(94-41)
1958(76-65)
1952(68-57)
EXPLORER RESULTS YEAR BY YEAR
(Since World
1944-45 (Won 12, Lost
Opponent
Alumni
Morehead
Scranton
Lafayette
Kutztown
Loyola
(Md.)
Atlantic City Hospital
Atlantic
City
Navy
City
Navy
Rider
Atlantic
1945-46 (Won
Opponent
Alumni
Loyola
CCNY
Muhlenberg
Phila. Navy
Coast Guard
Swarthmore
Temple
..
LSC
OPP
58
47
65
45
53
82
66
37
56
34
54
46
52
54
42
64
40
45
52
44
9,
Lost
LSC
66
45
52
33
48
59
65
War
II)
7)
Opponent
Coast Guard
Drexel
Kutztown
Joseph's
St.
Loyola
Marines
U.S.
Drexel
Oklahoma U
43
42
94
Opponent
Catholic
51
71
Georgetown
Loyola
60
46
40
70
Albright
St.
(Md.)
Gettysburg
58
51
Rider
48
49
Manhattan
Georgetown
Albright
59
74
57
63
OPP
Loyola (Md.)
71
46
Seton Hall
Scranton
Gettysburg
Alumni
Utah
42
82
67
49
44
44
56
65
65
74
56
36
48
28
Muhlenberg
Pennsylvania
North Carolina U
Albright
Millersville
58
34
48
39
44
53
46
63
52
LSC
54
38
41
OPP
37
36
65
69
71
55
54
54
61
65
45
37
53
43
79
67
75
52
54
LSC
73
95
59
68
48
59
72
55
54
67
53
47
41
OPP
LSC
OPP
52
69
68
65
74
53
55
74
59
47
78
60
54
66
30
70
58
52
43
68
50
55
62
68
6)
LSC
76
69
Boston College
Lock Haven
OPP
14)
OPP
Lakehurst
Rider
Lafayette
Opponent
75
69
38
Rider
U
Joseph's
Scranton
Naval Hospital
1946 47 (Won 20, Lost
LSC
44
95
64
36
59
78
41
36
Opponent
Temple
P.M.C
Loyola
(Md.)
Catholic
St.
U
Joseph's
Georgetown
Lebanon Valley
51
Albright
59
Seton Hall
68
62
62
32
'Swarthmore
'Muhlenberg
St.
Francis (Pa.)
St.
Francis
(N.Y.)
71
20
49
33
45
65
59
47
46
55
44
43
45
*Middle Atlantic Conference Playoffs
1947-48 (Won 20, Lost
4)
LSC
OPP
Alumni
71
Millersville
63
64
79
69
77
35
47
62
58
58
43
48
46
39
59
48
35
Opponent
Loyola (Md.)
Moravian
Arkansas
Lebanon Valley
Southern California
Utah
61
Scranton
52
43
67
73
Georgetown
48
Lafayette
Virginia
Opponent
Temple
Texas Wesleyan
Albright
St.
Joseph's
Loyola (Md.)
St.
Francis
(N.Y.)
Pennsylvania
Muhlenberg
St
Francis
%
(N.Y.)
Cincinnati
Gettysburg
'Western Kentucky
"National Invitation Tourney
51
1948-49 (Won 21, Lost
Opponent
Lock Haven
Loyola (Md.)
Brigham Young
Millersville
Albright
Georgia Tech
Louisville
San Francisco
Muhlenberg
Cross
Loyola (Md.)
Toledo
Baldwin Wallace
Holy
Temple
7)
LSC
OPP
67
78
76
65
58
67
76
45
73
63
85
62
49
36
38
57
54
52
45
59
71
Opponent
Canisius
Muhlenberg
St.
Joseph's
Bowling Green
Cincinnati
Manhattan
Pennsylvania
51
Georgetown
56
Lafayette
61
61
51
Manhattan
52
54
N.
Carolina St
Gettysburg
'Cincinnati
•William & Mary
LSC
OPP
59
57
78
45
42
76
64
62
61
53
56
93
49
63
43
55
41
51
36
46
44
45
37
62
60
60
50
51
"Cincinnati Invitation Tourney
1949-50 (Won 21, Lost
Opponent
Millersville
DePaul
Loyola
(Md.)
Temple
U.C.L.A
San Francisco
Georgetown
Western Kentucky
Bowling Green
Bloomsburg
N.
Carolina St
Albright
St.
Joseph's
4)
LSC
OPP
76
49
73
60
57
44
90
80
72
67
66
84
74
41
41
51
55
62
46
58
69
62
41
Opponent
Temple
Joseph's
Baldwin Wallace
Toledo
St.
Loyola
Gettysburg
Boston College
37
53
*Duquesne
51
87
65
76
Cincinnati
'Arizona
OPP
67
79
91
55
71
(Md.)
Muhlenberg
Manhattan
51
LSC
61
50
65
59
59
60
60
65
50
83
72
47
61
LSC
OPP
74
76
42
66
49
'National Invitation Tourney
1950-51
(Won
Opponent
Millersville
Loyola (Md.)
Albright
Joseph's
Gettysburg
Niagara
Western Kentucky
Idaho
St.
Temple
Baldwin Wallace
Bowling Green
Duquesne
Geneva
St.
Joseph's
Scranton
22,
Lost 7)
LSC
OPP
57
70
58
81
70
82
63
39
42
N.
51
Temple
63
65
56
73
49
65
67
60
82
86
85
43
87
77
80
'National Invitation Tourney
52
57
53
58
64
60
Opponent
Carolina
Loyola
St
(Md.)
71
54
59
Lafayette
71
Miami (Fla.)
Miami (Fla.)
George Washington
Georgetown
Muhlenberg
Manhattan
95
75
85
79
69
64
64
84
Cincinnati
61
Lafayette
66
Muhlenberg
83
61
*St.
Louis
77
63
74
55
63
62
59
55
73
1951-52 (Won 25, Lost
Opponent
Loyola (Md.)
Niagara
Millersville
West Chester
Lafayette
Albright
Delaware
Western Kentucky
St.
Louis
Temple
Kentucky
Eastern
Scranton
Muhlenberg
Loyola
St.
(Md.)
Joseph's
Temple
7)
LSC
OPP
93
85
66
85
62
76
85
67
46
75
77
92
95
91
53
65
66
74
45
55
52
68
44
58
62
59
56
55
77
65
54
50
Opponent
Duquesne
Youngstown
Geneva
Murray State
LSC
OPP
60
71
57
103
105
75
rSt. John's
71
-Kansas
65
58
68
74
82
58
50
70
55
77
76
45
46
64
62
70
92
Opponent
LSC
OPP
Manhattan
DePaul
63
62
79
89
73
74
75
57
106
73
56
94
65
74
52
68
52
67
61
66
63
42
73
68
50
41
45
75
Opponent
LSC
OPP
Dayton
82
83
73
78
100
82
56
61
78
96
76
88
64
69
92
58
78
57
Pennsylvania
St. Joseph's
Georgetown
Manhattan
Muhlenberg
68
68
77
'Seton Hall
92
80
*St. John's
51
"Duquesne
59
75
'Dayton
-Phillips Oilers
'National Invitation Tourney
tU.S. Olympic Trials
1952-53 (Won 25, Lost
Millersville
Niagara
Albright
West Chester
Dayton
S.W. Missouri
Arizona
Stanford
St
'DePaul
•Cincinnati
'N.Y.U
Wake
Forest
Loyola
(Md.)
Muhlenberg
3)
LSC
OPP
83
87
101
Ill
73
77
87
95
61
86
80
76
89
97
,...
38
76
62
60
64
70
68
80
63
Opponent
81
63
59
47
77
Joseph's
Eastern Kentucky
Loyola (Md.)
St.
Duquesne
St.
Joseph's
Temple
Muhlenberg
Georgetown
Lafayette
Youngstown
Temple
tSt. John's (N.Y.)
•Holiday Festival (N.Y.)
f
National Invitation Tourney
1953-54 (Won 26, Lost
Opponent
Millersville
West Chester
Albright
Niagara
Lafayette
Georgetown
'U.C.L.A
'Kentucky
tSt.
Louis
+
Niagara
+
Brigham Young
Temple
Loyola
(Md.)
Muhlenberg
Manhattan
4)
LSC
OPP
79
65
78
66
88
58
62
60
77
50
74
77
97
85
69
57
51
46
74
70
49
53
73
63
69
N.
Carolina St
Joseph's
Dickinson
St.
Furman
lona
Temple
Fordham
St.
St.
Joseph's
Louis
62
63
62
65
Navy
Penn State
61
Bradley
Fordham
N.
(OT)
Carolina St
51
83
69
57
56
64
82
74
81
48
54
?6
'Kentucky Invitational
'Holiday Festival (N.Y.)
tNCAA Tourney
53
1954-55 (Won 26, Lost
Millersville
Loyola (South)
P.M.C
Niagara (OT)
Lafayette
Utah
'Southern California
'Kentucky
•Syracuse
+
U.C.L.A
f
Duquesne
St.
Louis
Brandeis
Muhlenberg
Lebanon Valley
West Chester
5)
LSC
OPP
88
85
94
76
76
69
....
49
54
103
85
65
88
102
88
112
85
72
N.
Carolina St
71
St.
Joseph's
39
75
60
79
38
63
54
77
67
79
56
79
70
50
Georgetown
Georgetown
Manhattan
Richmond
Opponent
Opponent
LSC
OPP
73
82
85
76
56
58
46
62
80
69
74
76
91
Albright
80
Muhlenberg
Fordham
Temple (OT)
West Virginia
85
64
59
95
"Princeton
tCanisius
ilowa
JSan Francisco
71
49
57
61
63
46
64
73
77
LSC
OPP
63
74
63
69
73
57
64
59
67
84
65
60
70
73
99
76
"Kentucky Invitational
"Holiday Festival
JNCAA Tourney
1955-56 (Won 15, Lost 10)
Opponent
Millersville
Muhlenberg
Albright
Niagara
Lafayette
Bradley
*San Francisco
'Syracuse
*St. John's (N.Y.)
St. Joseph's
West Virginia
Syracuse
Pennsylvania
'Holiday Festival
LSC
OPP
88
58
96
70
95
78
62
75
85
56
87
70
69
63
72
81
93
79
72
76
69
71
71
64
52
Villanova
64
LSC
OPP
Millersville
'Valparaiso
61
75
75
87
83
80
83
76
82
103
Manhattan
81
53
52
84
77
74
93
78
89
72
73
72
97
74
Albright
Lafayette
Bradley
Niagara
Indiana
Carolina St
'Western Kentucky
'Seton Hall
Joseph's
Cincinnati
85
58
'Orange Bowl Classic (Miami)
54
81
West Chester
82
90
Villanova
71
Dickinson
98
73
78
64
57
76
LSC
OPP
Scranton
51
9)
Opponent
St.
(OT)
(N.Y.)
1956-57 (Won 17, Lost
N.
Opponent
Seton Hall
Richmond
Georgetown
Fordham
Furman
Temple
Muhlenberg
Opponent
West Chester
57
51
Syracuse
Pennsylvania
94
Muhlenberg
Georgetown
82
84
68
62
Seton Hall
61
Temple
Duquesne
Muhlenberg
Richmond
Fordham
63
87
99
Villanova
St.
Joseph's
73
93
75
70
61
60
84
80
82
52
66
75
61
61
57
1957-58 (Won 16, Lost
Opponent
Millersville
Albright
Lafayette
Manhattan
Pennsylvania
Niagara (0T)
•Virginia
•Richmond
Syracuse
Villanova
(OT)
Duquesne
Georgetown
•Richmond
(Va.)
OPP
80
83
82
72
66
69
72
90
59
59
67
Ill
55
62
(OT)
(OT)
Muhlenberg
9)
LSC
55
74
59
67
68
64
55
55
61
105
74
64
LSC
OPP
97
65
82
71
61
68
86
62
77
89
80
75
86
76
80
91
Opponent
LSC
OPP
Western
74
70
75
83
102
72
93
63
85
99
57
96
73
92
69
72
65
62
70
67
80
63
LSC
OPP
70
85
80
73
86
62
53
76
68
73
67
63
66
77
Opponent
Valparaiso
Xavier (Ohio)
Muhlenberg
St. Bonaventure
Temple
West Chester
Scranton
N.
Carolina
St.
Joseph's
Morehead
Seton Hall
Villanova
Opponent
Millersville
Niagara
Lafayette
Lehigh
N. Carolina St
OPP
85
56
58
72
77
47
82
75
71
68
77
71
64
64
81
67
84
78
70
92
79
67
77
Bucknell
Muhlenberg
Syracuse
Temple
Canisius
1959-60 (Won 16, Lost
Kentucky
Pennsylvania
Muhlenberg
Seton Hall
Georgetown
Duquesne
Albright
St.
Joseph's
West Chester
Xavier (Ohio)
Villanova
6)
LSC
OPP
Millersville
76
Bucknell
84
Lehigh
Manhattan
86
71
60
62
54
58
Lafayette
Niagara
81
73
Muhlenberg
64
48
68
65
Temple
Muhlenberg
Opponent
82
68
63
84
80
Canisius
Duquesne
Morehead State
Syracuse (OT)
Georgetown
(Won
Millersville
Albright
Rutgers
Niagara
Bucknell
Muhlenberg
N.
Carolina St
Miami
(Fla.)
Lehigh
Manhattan
Pennsylvania
82
86
79
64
7)
LSC
84
Western Kentucky
Manhattan
Opponent
71
Invitational
1958-59 (Won 16, Lost
1960-61
St
St
71
66
60
15,
Opponent
Western Kentucky
West Chester
St. Josephs
Albright
Pennsylvania
91
59
65
80
77
Villanova
82
52
68
Opponent
LSC
OPP
83
57
69
54
67
67
63
73
65
58
N.
90
79
Scranton
Carolina St
Lost 7)
LSC
OPP
82
65
85
48
62
63
West Chester
Temple
Western Kentucky
71
77
69
67
Muhlenberg
71
Syracuse
74
Lafayette
Canisius
79
84
68
88
77
74
67
62
68
63
Joseph's
Gettysburg
St.
Villanova
Duquesne
81
81
104
73
76
63
62
64
75
86
94
71
78
55
1961-62 (Won 16, Lost
Opponent
Millersville
Albright
Niagara
Lehigh
Pennsylvania
'Dartmouth
•Cincinnati
*Dayton
Manhattan
Muhlenberg
Syracuse
Gettysburg
Miami (Fla.)
9)
LSC
OPP
Opponent
LSC
OPP
102
78
62
69
78
59
57
60
64
Duquesne
Temple
66
80
64
78
64
71
69
87
56
67
76
90
69
44
73
Bucknell
51
91
Fordham
Delaware
60
69
Canisius
73
72
69
63
78
88
67
St.
Joseph's
81
Lafayette
69
Villanova
51
53
57
61
Georgetown
Western Kentucky
Villanova
56
68
63
71
73
65
76
84
75
•Holiday Festival (N.Y.)
1962-63 (Won 16, Lost
8)
Opponent
LSC
OPP
Creighton
Lafayette
Niagara
Lehigh
72
95
76
85
67
105
73
80
74
78
88
78
91
59
79
Albright
Bucknell
•Brigham Young
•Delaware
•Bowling Green
Miami (Fla.)
Muhlenberg
Manhattan
34
57
55
84
64
67
76
49
61
LSC
OPP
Seton Hall
Delaware
89
64
80
62
Temple
81
71
Gettysburg
Syracuse
Pennsylvania
80
74
74
53
73
49
75
47
Opponent
Louis
61
65
66
78
76
69
66
72
63
62
Opponent
LSC
OPP
99
81
50
80
75
63
68
57
121
Canisius
Duquesne
St.
Joseph's
Georgetown
Villanova
f St.
•Quaker City Tourney
National Invitation Tourney
1963-64 (Won 16, Lost
Opponent
Albright
Creighton
Louisville
Bucknell
Lehigh
Niagara
•Northwestern
•Georgetown
*St. Bonaventure
Pennsylvania
Lafayette
Syracuse
Duquesne
9)
LSC
OPP
76
62
60
93
68
58
44
77
70
75
40
54
69
69
80
58
86
91
80
83
61
100
63
58
61
89
Miami (Fla.)
Georgetown
Gettysburg
St. Joseph's
Manhattan
Villanova
Seton Hall
Temple
Canisius
Western
Kentucky
Utah State
Loyola (South)
85
46
70
62
59
75
63
91
81
95
61
107
85
63
LSC
OPP
78
64
78
70
70
92
90
•Quaker City Tourney
1964-65 (Won 15, Lost
8)
LSC
OPP
Albright
81
Delaware
Miami (Fla.)
Niagara
97
90
67
74
57
47
86
59
76
Opponent
Seattle
56
Opponent
Pennsylvania
*St.
John's
•Temple
•Syracuse
Louisville
71
83
73
80
1964-65 (Continued)
Temple
72
83
81
91
72
81
Gettysburg
91
Villanova
Duquesne
Syracuse
Lafayette
Loyola (South)
86
69
104
73
69
74
68
66
Creighton
Western Kentucky
Seton Hall
Georgetown
St.
Joseph's
tDetroit
91
101
84
77
71
88
85
86
80
93
93
•Holiday Festival (N.Y.)
tNational Invitation Tourney
196566 (Won
Opponent
Albright
Western Kentucky
Seton Hall
Georgetown
Bucknell
Niagara
*Brigham Young
*Temple
•Minnesota
Joseph's
Pennsylvania
St.
Syracuse
Duquesne
10,
Lost
15)
LSC
OPP
Opponent
LSC
OPP
97
67
92
99
87
87
73
93
93
101
68
88
69
66
92
92
90
98
70
Creighton
Utah State
90
97
68
103
81
78
99
86
94
95
96
102
104
109
84
93
93
70
76
85
72
81
92
108
LSC
OPP
81
102
95
125
65
80
79
77
59
75
85
85
73
61
97
66
68
93
96
72
70
78
LSC
OPP
71
51
81
71
59
87
69
76
85
77
Seattle
American U
Lafayette
Villanova
Gettysburg
Temple
lona
Canisius
Louisville
Miami
(Fla.)
•Quaker City Tourney
1966-67 (Won 14, Lost 12)
Opponent
LSC
OPP
Opponent
Gettysburg
103
99
69
84
99
95
85
88
84
86
78
84
90
67
82
72
50
76
100
83
106
88
72
77
74
94
Syracuse
W. Kentucky
Creighton (OT)
Miami
(Fla.)
Niagara
Albright
•Nebraska
•Vanderbilt
Pennsylvania
Louisville
^Syracuse
^Niagara
tBowling Green
St.
Francis (Pa.)
American
U. (OT)
..
Loyola
(South)
Temple
Oklahoma
Duquesne
City
Villanova
Canisius
St. Joseph's
Lafayette
tSt.
83
Joseph's
tTemple
•Vanderbilt Tourney (2nd Place)
^Quaker City Tourney (5th Place)
tMiddle Atlantic Conference (2nd Place)
1967-68 (Won 20, Lost
Opponent
Rider
Gettysburg
Albright
Bucknell
Niagara
•Providence
Carolina St
^Louisville
*N.
tWest Virginia
tSyracuse
Miami (Fla.)
St.
Joseph's
8)
LSC
OPP
Opponent
59
96
82
84
83
56
50
58
40
69
100
77
63
94
83
68
84
Loyola
68
71
100
78
92
103
71
(La.)
Syracuse
Western Kentucky
Pennsylvania
Morehead State
'American U
Temple
^Columbia
Duquesne (OT)
Creighton
West Chester
Lafayette
105
79
45
81
84
87
69
80
71
79
74
84
57
73
57
69
83
79
77
55
45
57
1967-68 (Won 20, Lost
Opponent
Rider
Gettysburg
Albright
Bucknell
Niagara
'Providence
*N.
Carolina St
West
Opponent
LSC
OPP
59
96
82
84
83
56
68
50
58
40
69
100
77
63
94
83
68
84
Western Kentucky
79
Pennsylvania
45
80
84
57
79
77
55
45
100
78
92
103
Virginia
Syracuse
Miami
OPP
71
"Louisville
(Fla.)
Joseph's
Loyola (La.)
St.
71
51
81
71
Syracuse
8)
LSC
105
Duquesne
(OT)
Creighton
West Chester
Lafayette
Temple
American U
Canisius
Villanova
Morehead State
American U
Temple
^Columbia
71
79
74
64
74
80
56
60
65
64
64
84
87
69
73
57
69
83
LSC
OPP
88
78
81
81
'Boston Garden Tourney (3rd Place)
SNCAA Tourney (Eliminated)
•Holiday Festival, N.Y. (5th Place)
Middle Atlantic Conference Playoffs (1st Place)
1968-69 (Won 23, Lost
1)
Opponent
LSC
OPP
Baltimore
Rider
..100
57
79
96
88
68
59
Pennsylvania
71
Temple
73
St.
56
65
55
Villanova
Miami
(Fla.)
Niagara
Canisius
91
70
108
59
Albright
'Penn State
Indiana
'South Carolina
89
103
83
Hofstra
Creighton
Syracuse
*ECAC Quaker
City
Opponent
Western Kentucky
Francis (Pa.)
Loyola
(N.O.)
64
85
95
65
65
67
Detroit
97
74
96
84
85
98
West Chester
91
96
73
Lafayette
American
St.
U
Joseph's
Duquesne
63
101
107
102
72
67
71
Tournament (2nd Place)
1969-70 (Won 14, Lost 12)
Opponent
Hofstra
Albright
Eastern
Marshall
Kentucky
West Chester
*Yale
'Tennessee
^Georgia
^Cornell
•Columbia
St.
Joseph's
Syracuse
Temple
(2
OT)
LSC
OPP
Opponent
LSC
OPP
83
95
84
88
92
64
59
82
9/
80
Western Kentucky
81
47
76
59
55
Canisius
Lafayette
66
56
74
American
80
85
77
64
67
70
102
77
106
102
79
86
67
76
80
73
81
86
101
90
103
96
66
68
89
99
108
61
101
101
69
'Volunteer Classic, Knoxville, Tenn.
•Quaker City Tournament, Philadelphia
Loyola (South)
Creighton
Duquesne
Pennsylvania
Detroit
U
Niagara
Villanova
96
85
Rider
72
Miami
(Fla.)
1970-71
(Won
20,
Opponent
Albright
Long Island
Miami
Lost 7)
LSC
OPP
Opponent
89
68
97
59
53
77
75
68
107
42
63
Drexel
76
82
88
50
75
63
63
Marshall
W. Chester
Penn
'Georgia
*Boston College
Tulsa
Temple
W. Kentucky
96
93
Lafayette
-Georgia
Loyola (N.O:)
Syracuse
Canisius
Villanova
Duquesne
Creighton
American
61
58
76
79
91
Niagara
Hofstra
82
Tech
St.
Joseph's
Rider (OT)
Lafayette
^St.
Joseph's (OT)
67
...
LSC
OPP
81
79
63
62
53
75
55
69
95
74
68
92
73
86
64
62
56
82
74
76
61
54
66
84
71
81
70
*Charlotte Invitational
"Middle Atlantic Conference Playoffs
National Invitational Tourney
1971-72
(Won
6,
Opponent
Lehigh (H)
Hofstra (A)
Niagara (H)
Tulsa
(H)
West Chester
(A)
•Baylor
'Nebraska
fBoston College
f
Fairfield
f
Massachusetts
Joseph's (H)
Lafayette (H)
St.
Lost
19)
LSC
OPP
64
56
70
77
86
81
60
69-
80-
75-
Notre
61
62-
Drexel (A)
108
82
55
66
96
75
Holy Cross (A)
72-
Duquesne
Opponent
W. Kentucky (A)
58-
Loyola (South) (A)
71-
American (H)
Penn (H)
62
68
Canisius (A)
Temple (H)
Dame
(H)
Biscayne (A)
86-
(A)
Syracuse
(H)
Villanova
(H)
LSC
OPP
84
80
59
66
80
56
10386-
71
97-
64
79
93
69
80
73
10381-
53
80-
78
6777-
85-
8786-
*Cornhusker Classic Lincoln, Neb.
t Quaker City Tourna men
1972-73 (Won
Opponent
Lehigh
Army
(A)
(H)
E.
Clara
(OT)
Michigan (H)
W. Chester (H)
tU. of S. California
'New Mexico
rSt.
State
Joseph's
Joseph's (H)
Rider (H)
St.
Hofstra
(H)
Lost 10)
LSC
OPP
75
59
63
67
Niagara (A)
Pennsylvania
74-
Duquesne (H)
71-
Western Kentucky
Syracuse (A)
/3
Biscayne (H)
*USF
Santa
15,
69
73
69
93
92
77
76
52
55
78
76
Opponent
66
52
72
70
77-
68-
67
55
Lafayette
LSC
(A)
(H)
Canisius (H)
Notre Dame (A)
Drexel (A)
Temple (H)
American (A)
Villanova
(H)
'Cable Car Classic (Oakland. Cal.)
Quaker City Tourney (Philadelphia, Pa.)
+
(1973-74 RESULTS
ON PAGE
40)
68
80
45
69
108
84
96
OPP
77-
72
57-
67
80
91
85
71
87-
72
54
79
101
57
56-
88-
79
THE LA SALLE
STORY
Brother Daniel Burke,
F.S.C., Ph.D.
President, La Salle College
La Salle College,
now
in
its
111th year of service to higher education
and the Philadelphia Community, was founded March 20, 1863 by the
Brothers of the Christian Schools and derives its name from the founder
of the Christian Brothers, St. John Baptist de La Salle.
In
1929,
having outgrown three previous Philadelphia locations, the
at 20th and Olney Avenue in the
campus was moved to its present site
East Germantown section of the city.
Since
1945,
La
Salle
has
experienced
dramatic
growth.
Before
the
closing days of the war, the college had an enrollment of less than 500
attending classes in plant facilities valued at only $1.5 million. Today,
6300 day and evening division students attend classes on La Salle's
40-acre campus, appraised at $30 million.
Olney Hall, a $4.4 million, 100,000-square-foot complex opened in
September, 1971, contains 39 classrooms, 15 student seminar and study
rooms, and 107 faculty offices as well as such special-purpose areas as
a planetarium, an amphitheatre, language laboratories and audio-visual
rooms. It houses the liberal arts area departments of English, Education,
History, Languages, Political Science and Sociology.
HAYMAN
60
HALL
Hayman Hall, the college's new $4 million physical recreation center
which opened this past September, contains the Joseph Kirk Memorial
Natatorium with separate swimming and diving facilities, an underwater
observation deck, and seats for 1700 spectators. Three regulation-size
basketball courts, a one-twelfth mile indoor suspended track, and areas
for fencing, wrestling, squash, handball, gymnastics and general exercise
are the other features of the complex.
Ten modern residence halls accommodate 800 out-of-town students.
A $2
million, three-story College Union Building, completed in 1959,
includes a Little Theatre as well as dining halls, assembly rooms, ball-
room and other student
facilities.
The $2.5 million Holroyd Science Center, opened in 1960, houses lecture
rooms and laboratories for study and research in Biology, Chemistry,
Geology, Physics and Psychology. The David Leo Lawrence Memorial
Library, built in 1952, contains 175,000 volumes and periodical files for
some 700 journals, and a library annex in the former Wister Hall gymnasium opened last year, increasing library space by 50%.
The Army ROTC program, initiated in 1950, is available to freshmen,
who may apply for ROTC scholarships for advance studies.
La Salle's day and evening divisions offer degree programs in Arts
and Sciences and Business Administration. The 350-member faculty is
composed of Christian Brothers, priests and lay professors. The college
has been co-educational in the evening division since February, 1967
and in its day school since September, 1970.
Students at La Salle come from some 200 public and private schools in
21 States, most of them located in the northeastern part of the United
States. Fourteen countries are also represented in the student body. Over
75 per cent
of
them plan graduate work and about 1.000 degrees are
conferred annually on day and evening division seniors. La Salle's alumni
16,000 with more than 80 per cent of them still living and working
the tri-state area of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
totals
in
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