A member of Muncie Central’s 1978 state championship team and starter for their 1979 state title squad, he hit 17 of 20 field goals in the 1979 state finals to earn MVP honors of the tournament…  his career at Ball State University resulted in school and Mid-American Conference career scoring records at 2,109 points…  1983 MAC Player of the Year after averaging 20.7 points per game, he won the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award, recognizing the best college player in the nation under 6’0” and his #10 jersey has been retired at Ball State…  As the head coach at Ball State from 1993-2000, he led the Cardinals to 126 wins (.624), a MAC regular season title, two MAC Tournament championships and two NCAA Tournament appearances…  including tenures at the University of Houston and the University of Detroit, has 300 wins, three NCAA Tournament appearances and three NIT appearances in 19 seasons as head coach.

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