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Michigan State University
541 E. Grand River Map
East Lansing , Michigan 48823
United States

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The backcourt featured the sparkling play of diminutive 5'9 Rene Herrerias, the great outside two-hand shooting of Frank Kuzara, the outstanding all-around play of Ross Giudice, the clutch shooting of Hal DeJulio in the wins over Bradley and Nevada, and, as needed, the blue-collar work of hatchet-man Jack Hanley, who, as Pete Newell once remarked, was often called upon to give the opponent's leading scorer a shot to see how he would respond. Don Giesen and Frank Sobek were also invaluable contributors.
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However, veteran guards Ross Giudice and Frank Kuzara steadied the play, allowing the Dons to pull away for the ten point win.
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Then, with forty seconds left on the clock, Ross Giudice was fouled.Giudice had scored the Dons' previous four points, and he calmly sank his smooth underhand free throw.Three times after that, Loyola fouled the Dons, but in those days the fouled team could refuse the shot in favor of maintaining possession.Without a shot-clock to worry about, the Dons successfully stalled out the game for the one-point victory, 48-47.Nineteen-year-old Don Lofgran, who had scored 20 points and had outplayed numerous All-Americans, was named the Most Valuable Player of the tournament, and the following year he was designated an All-American himself.
Thirty-three-year old Pete Newell had won his first national championship.He would leave USF in 1950 for the head coaching position at Michigan State after the Dons made an unsuccessful return trip to the N.I.T. The Dons that year lost in the first round to CCNY, the team that would post the only double in the history of college basketball, winning both the N.I.T. and the NCAA championships.A tragic footnote to this remarkable double is that every player in the CCNY starting five was incriminated in the college basketball point-shaving scandal that rocked the country in January, 1951.
The backcourt featured the sparkling play ...
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The backcourt featured the sparkling play of diminutive 5'9" Rene Herrerias, the great outside two-hand shooting of Frank Kuzara, the outstanding all-around play of Ross Giudice, the clutch shooting of Hal DeJulio in the wins over Bradley and Nevada, and, as needed, the blue-collar work of hatchet-man Jack Hanley, who, as Pete Newell once remarked, was often called upon to give the opponent's leading scorer "a shot to see how he would respond.
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However, veteran guards Ross Giudice and Frank Kuzara steadied the play, allowing the Dons to pull away for the ten point win.
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Then, with forty seconds left on the clock, Ross Giudice was fouled. Giudice had scored the Dons' previous four points, and he calmly sank his smooth underhand free throw.
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With N.I.T hero Ross Giudice as Woolpert's assistant, the Dons won sixty consecutive games en route to the NCAA Championships in 1955 and 1956, and a third-place finish in 1957.
But rumors were circulating about The ...
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But rumors were circulating about The City that USF, besides returning rugged, high-scoring forwards Frank Evangelho and Jerry Mullen, had been developing on its freshman team a virtually unknown, once-clumsy, still skinny, 6'10" Oakland kid named Russell into an intimidating center under the tutelage of freshman coach Ross Giudice.
1955-1956: The Repeat - BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE
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Over the years, Phil and the Dons were fortunate to have the services of Ross Giudice, one of the stars of the 1949 NIT championship team.
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Ross was a great assistant coach and a wonderful teacher of the fundamentals of basketball, but Woolpert's lone assistant was also responsible for coaching the freshman team.
USF BASKETBALL: 1953-56 The Bill Russell Years - BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE
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But rumors were circulating about The City that USF, besides returning rugged, high-scoring forwards Frank Evangelho and Jerry Mullen, had been developing on its freshman team a virtually unknown, once-clumsy, still skinny, 6'10" Oakland kid named Bill Russell into an intimidating center under the tutelage of freshman coach Ross Giudice.
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