2014 National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame Induction Celebration

Sunday November 23, 2014 - 7:30 PM

Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland

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The National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2014

Zelmo Beaty, Player, Prairie View A&M

  • Averaged 25 points and 20 rebounds during his four years at Prairie View A&M
  • Led the Panthers to the NAIA national championship in 1962
  • Won the Chuck Taylor MVP award during the 1962 NAIA tournament

 Dale Brown, Coach, LSU

  • Coached at LSU from 1972-97 and compiled an overall record of 448-301 (.598)
  • Led the Tigers to the NCAA Final Four in 1981 and 1986
  • Won four Southeastern Conference championships and was four-time SEC Coach of the Year
  • Was the national coach of the year in 1981

Howard Garfinkel, Contributor, Five-Star Basketball Camp

  • Started the first high school scouting service for East Coast basketball in 1965
  • Started the Five-Star Basketball Camp in 1966, one of the most respect fundamental clinics for high school players and a springboard for both players and up and coming coaches over the years

 Darrell Griffith, Player, Louisville

  • NCAA champion and Final Four Most Outstanding Player in 1980
  • Career record of 101-25 in four years at Louisville
  • Averaged 19 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists per game for his career
  • National player of the year in 1980

 Grant Hill, Player, Duke

  • Two-time NCAA champion in 1991 and 1992
  • Career record of 118-23 in four years at Duke
  • Averaged 15 points and 6 rebounds a game for his career
  • First-team All-American and Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year as a senior

 Shaquille O’Neal, Player, LSU

  • National player of the year in 1991 and 1992
  • Career record of 64-29 in three years at LSU
  • Averaged 22 points, 14 rebounds and 5 blocks a game for his career
  • Set LSU records for blocks in a game, season and career

Dr. Glenn Wilkes,Contributor, Stetson

  • Coached at Stetson from 1957-93 and compiled an overall record of 551-436 (.558)
  • Directs coaching clinics throughout the South and has been featured at clinics around the world.
  • Authored seven basketball books and has his own travel company that takes college teams overseas for competitions
  • Directed camps with Michael Jordan and assisted George Raveling with Nike’s All-America basketball camps for 20 years

Gary Williams, Coach, Maryland

  • Coached at Maryland from 1989-2011 and compiled an overall record of 461-252 (.646)
  • Led the Terrapins to the NCAA Final Four in 2001 and 2002, winning the title in 2002
  • Two-time Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year and national coach of the year in 2002
  • Also coached at American, Boston College and Ohio State and compiled a 33-year career record of 668-380 





























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