STATISTICS & HISTORY
Ken Loefffer was a basketball star at Beaver Falls High School and later at Penn State University. After his years as professional basketball player , Ken Loeffler began a coaching career that would span four decades and culminate with his election to the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1964. He coached at Geneva College, Yale, Denver, La Salle and Texas A&M. His most successful years were at La Salle were his teams won the 1952 NIT title and the 1954 NCAA Championship. Loeffer also coached professional basketball in the Basketball Association of America for for two seasons in St.Louis and one season in Providence.
|KEN LOEFFLER||Height:||5:11||Weight:||205||College:||Penn State’24|
|Kenneth Deithelm Loeffler||Born: Apr 14, 1902||Died: Jan 1, 1975||Hometown:||Beaver Falls, Pa.|
|Naismith Hall of Fame||REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|1924-25||Beaver Falls Corks||Indep|
|Major League Totals||22||34||32||100||4.5|
|Major League Totals||2||5||5||15||7.5|