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Junius Kellogg

Junius Kellogg made his way into the national limelight in 1951 when he exposed a national basketball gambling scandal.  This was not the last act of courage for this Portsmouth native. Kellogg began his basketball career on I.C. Norcom’s outdoor…

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Henry Hucles

Henry Hucles was most recognized as the head coach of the Virginia Union University Basketball “Dream Team” of 1939-1943, which won four Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association championships, however his athletic accomplishments span over 30 years. Hucles attended Wayland Academy in…

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Betty Jaynes

Betty Jaynes, a native of Covington, Georgia, came to Madison College (now James Madison University) in 1968 as an assistant professor of physical education.  She served as the head women’s basketball coach from 1970 to 1982, amassing a notable 142-114…

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Terry Holland

Terry Holland, the winningest basketball coach in the University of Virginia history, has a name synonymous with excellence.  His coaching and administrative achievements are a testament to his character and dedication to sports. Holland was an outstanding three-sport high school…

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Lester Hooker

H. Lester Hooker, a native of Stuart, at that time was the standout captain twice at Richmond’s Thomas Jefferson High and only player in school history to be a starter in three sports.  He moved on to star for W&M…

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Dell Curry

Since his early days at Fort Defiance High School, Dell Curry knew that basketball would be in his future. From winning a high school state championship to enjoying a standout college career at Virginia Tech, Curry showed basketball fans throughout…

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Robert “Bobby” Dandridge

Bobby Dandridge is a native of Richmond, Virginia and attended Maggie Walker High School from 1962 to 1965.  He also attended Norfolk State University from 1965 to 1969 and was a record-setting basketball player who went on to star in…

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Anne Donovan

While standing 6 foot 8 inches tall, Anne Donovan dominated the basketball court while Old Dominion University dominated college teams as National Champions. She was a leader on three US Olympic basketball teams, two of which won gold medals. Anne…

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Albert Doran

Doran was one of the first scholastic basketball coaches to attain 500 victories.  His George Washington High School teams from Alexandria were perennial contenders for area and state titles.  A graduate of Ohio University where he was captain of the…

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Charles “Lefty” Driesell

Charles “Lefty” Driesell is a native of Norfolk, Virginia and a 1954 graduate of Duke University, where he played on the nation’s 10th ranked team as a senior.   Driesell received his master’s degree from William and Mary in 1961, and…

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