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Reggie Minton

Reggie Minton
Sport(s) Basketball
Biographical details
Born (1941-06-10) June 10, 1941 (age 74)
Playing career
1959–1963 Wooster
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1969–1983
1984
1985–2000
Air Force (Asst.)
Dartmouth
Air Force
Accomplishments and honors
Awards

William Reginald "Reggie" Minton (born June 10, 1941) is the deputy executive director of the National Association of Basketball Coaches.[1] He also served as the men's basketball head coach at Dartmouth College in 1984 and at the United States Air Force Academy from 1985 to 2000.[2]

Records as coach

Overall: Head coaching record: 161-311

  • 1984 - Dartmouth, 11-15 overall, 6-8 conference
  • 1985 - AFA, 8-20, 2-14
  • 1986 - AFA, 10-19, 3-13
  • 1987 - AFA, 12-15, 5-11
  • 1988 - AFA, 11-17, 4-12
  • 1989 - AFA, 14-14, 6-10
  • 1990 - AFA, 12-20, 3-13
  • 1991 - AFA, 9-20, 3-13
  • 1992 - AFA, 9-19, 3-13
  • 1993 - AFA, 9-19, 3-15
  • 1994 - AFA, 8-18, 3-15
  • 1995 - AFA, 8-20, 4-14
  • 1996 - AFA, 5-23, 1-17
  • 1997 - AFA, 7-19, 2-14
  • 1998 - AFA, 10-16, 2-14
  • 1999 - AFA, 10-16, 2-12
  • 2000 - AFA, 8-20, 4-10

References


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