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51st Annual National Invitation Tournament
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51st Annual National Invitation Tournament - Page 6. 1988. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 23, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/343/show/305.

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(1988). 51st Annual National Invitation Tournament - Page 6. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/343/show/305

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Title 51st Annual National Invitation Tournament
Date 1988
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Basketball
  • College sports
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  • Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)
Subject. Geographic (TGN)
  • New York, New York
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  • programs (documents)
Language English
Physical Description 44 page document
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Original Item Location ID 2009-006, Box 7, Folder 6
Original Collection Athletics Department Records
Original Collection URL http://archon.lib.uh.edu/index.php?p=collections/controlcard&id=412
Digital Collection University of Houston Sports Championship Publications
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Transcript I fcrl JOHN J. POWERS Long associated with the Jaspers of Manhattan College, Jack Powers now serves his alma mater as the Director of Athletics. Prior to his appointment in 1979, he coached Kelly Green basketball for ten years, posting a 142-114 record as he led the Jaspers to six post-season tournaments. His 1973-74 squad won the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Holiday Festival. Before returning to Manhattan, where he starred on the basketball court, Powers compiled an 89-44 coaching record at Mamaroneck High School. As a player for the Green and White, he led the Jaspers to two National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament berths and the 1957 ECAC Holiday Festival Championship, Powers is a member of the Executive Council of the ECAC and the IC4A's. Powers will take over as the Executive Director of the NIT in early July. He follows Pete Carlesimo, the current and only Executive Director the NIT has ever had. francis x. Mclaughlin ^ Named as the sixteenth Director of Athletics of Fordham University JKk !». last year, Frank McLaughlin, 39, is a native of the Bronx and a 1969 M^^^Bm graduate of Fordham. ■ V A standout player all four years and captain of the Fordham basket- W*% 9^ ■ kail team n's sen'or year< McLaughlin led the Rams to the NIT in k 1968 and 1969 and was drafted by the New York Knickerbockers. f The year following his graduation, Frank entered the coaching V . "* ranks as an assistant coach at Holy Cross before returning to Ford- * ham as an assistant under Digger Phelps in 1970-71. That year, the jAfi Rams finished 26-3, earning a trip to the NCAA Tournament and a Idk j§ third Place finisn in the East- JJff , McLaughlin's coaching aspirations took him to Notre Dame the following year where he worked as an assistant until 1977, when he was named head basketball coach at Harvard. Frank spent eight years with the Crimson compiling a 99-100 overall record; his 1984-85 team finished with a 15-9 mark. McLaughlin's tenure of eight years as basketball coach at Harvard was the third longest in the school's history and his win total also ranked third best. Frank presently serves as president of the Liberty Football Conference. WALTER C. HAMELINE A two-year member of the MIBA, Walt Hameline already owns the key to New York City and Staten Island's Medal of Honor. The second winningest (by percentage) Division III football coach in the nation with a 63-13-2 career record, the 36-year-old New Hartford, N.Y. native led Wagner to an NCAA Division 111 football title in December. During his seven-year tenure as Athletic Director, he also has been largely responsible for putting the Seahawks' men's basketball program back on the winning track, and was instrumental in the development of the ECAC Metro Conference. Hameline was named the NCAA Division III "Football Coach of the Year" by four different committees. Aside from his participation in the MIBA, he is an active member of the American Football Coaches Association, the NCAA Division III and ECAC Division III Football Selection Committees and the Kickoff Classic Board. SCOTTY WHITELAW, Commissioner, ECAC A graduate of Springfield College, where he was a three sport letterman, Robert M. "Scotty" Whitelaw has served as the Commissioner of the Eastern College Athletic Conference, the nation's largest athletic conference, since 1972. Upon graduation in 1950 with both a bachelor's and a master's in physical education, Scotty stayed on at Springfield for one year as a teaching fellow before moving to Phillips Andover Academy for two years. From Andover, it was on to Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he was the varsity basketball and baseball coach, and from 1955 to 1960 MIT's assistant director of athletics. In 1960, Scotty joined the ECAC as assistant commissioner, a post he held until 1970, when he was named associate commissioner. Scotty serves in an advisory capacity to the MIBA.