PLAYER PROFILE

HAL TIDRICK

STATISTICS & HISTORY

Hal Tidrick attended Washington and Jefferson College. During World War II, Tidrick served in the Army Air Corps at Dayton Wright Field. Tidrick made two appearances with Dayton independent teams in the World Professional Basketball Tournament in Chicago. In 1943, he led the tournament in scoring. After the war, Tidrick spent two seasons in the National Basketball league where he was the leading scorer for Toledo both seasons.

 

HAL TIDRICK Height: 6:01 Weight: 190 College: Washington & Jefferson’41
Howard Benjamin Tidrick Born:   Aug 4, 1915 Died:  Apr 2, 1974 Hometown: Martins Ferry, Oh.
REGULAR SEASON RECORD
Year Team League     GA FGM  FTM   FTA  PCT.  AST  PTS AVG
1942-46 Military Service
1942-43 Dayton Dive Bombers Indep
1943-44 Dayton Acme Aviators Indep
1944-45 Dayton Acme Five Indep
1944-45 Sheboygan NBL 1 0 0 0 .000 0 0.0
1946-47 Toledo NBL 44 232 115 165 .697 579 13.2
1947-48 Toledo NBL 59 267 189 243 .778 723 12.3
1948-49 IndianapolisBaltimore BAA 61 194 164 205 .800 101 552 9.0
1949-50 Voluntarilay Retired
1950-51 Voluntarilay Retired
1951-52 Washington ABL 22 85 39 209 9.5
Major League Totals 165 693 468 613  .763 1854 11.2
POST SEASON RECORD
Year Team League     GA FGM  FTM   FTA  PCT.  AST  PTS AVG
1942-43 Dayton Dive Bombers WBT 3 12 8 13 .615 32 10.7
1943-44 Dayton Acme Aviators WBT 2 15 6 8 .750 36 18.0
1946-47 Toledo NBL 5 19 13 21 .619 51 10.2
1946-47 Toledo WBT 4 22 13 19 .684 57 14.3
1948-49 Baltimore BAA 3 5 3 5 .600 13 4.3
Major League Totals 17 73 43 66 .652 189 11.1

 

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