PLAYER PROFILE

DALE MOREY

STATISTICS & HISTORY

Dale Morey was a high school basketball star in Martinsville, Indiana. He played basketball at nearby Butler University, but transferred after one season to Louisiana State College where he completed his collegiate career. After graduation,  Morey served as basketball coach at LSU for two seasons during World War II and compiled a 28-19 record. After the war, Morey played professional basketball for two seasons with modest results. Morey enjoyed a second career in sports as  very successful amateur and sometimes professional golfer. Morey finished runner-up to Gene Littler at the 1953 U.S. Amateur Championship. In later life, Morey won many senior golf tournaments, including the U.S. senior championship twice.

 

DALE MOREY Height: 6:01 Weight: 180 College: Butler’38/LSU’41
Dale Eugene Morey Born:   Dec 1, 1918 Died:  May 14, 2002 Hometown: Martinsville, In.
REGULAR SEASON RECORD
Year Team League     GA  FGM  FTM   FTA  PCT.  AST  PTS   AVG
1942-44 Did Not Play Coach – LSU
1944-45 Indianapolis Pure Oils Indep
1944-45 Anderson Forse All Stars Indep
1945-46 Did Not Play
1946-47 Anderson NBL 24 32 13 18 .722 77 3.2
1947-48 Louisville PBLA 5 6 1 2 .500 13 2.6
Major League Totals 29 38 14 90 3.1
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