PLAYER PROFILE

DUDEY MOORE

STATISTICS & HISTORY

Donald “Dudey” Moore played basketball for Duquesne University  under coach Chick Davies. After graduation, he began coaching high school basketball, while also playing professional basketball in Pittsburgh for four seasons. He was the head basketball coach of Duquesne from 1948 to 1958 and La Salle from 1958-1963. At Duquesne, he compiled a record of 191 games won, only 70 lost, for a .732 percentage. In addition, his teams rolled up winning streaks of 16, 18 and 22 games. In 1952,  Moore was chosen college Coach of the Year by the United Press, and in 1955 his Duquesne team won the National Invitation Tournament. In four seasons at LaSalle, his team’s posted a 79-37 record.

 

DUDEY MOORE Height: 5:09 Weight: 180 College: Duquesne’34
Donald Wilson Moore Born: Apr 5, 1910 Died: Apr 8, 1984 Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa.
REGULAR SEASON RECORD
Year Team League     GA  FGM  FTM   FTA  PCT.  AST  PTS   AVG
1934-35 Pittsburgh YMHA Indep
1935-36 Pittsburgh MBC 16 59 20 138 8.6
1936-37 Pittsburgh MBC 7 13 6 32 4.6
1937-38 Pittsburgh NBL 8 10 5 25 3.1
1938-39 Pittsburgh NBL 13 20 7 47 3.6
Major League Totals 44 102 38 242 5.5
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