STATISTICS & HISTORY
Jerry Steiner played basketball for four years at Berne High School in Indiana. He was chosen an All-State performer in his junior year. Steiner was a three-year starter at Butler University. He led the team to three straight Indiana Collegiate Conference championships. He was chosen an All-American in his senior year. He graduated as Butler’s all-time leading scorer. After service in World War II, Steiner played for the 1945-46 season with Indianapolis in the National Basketball League. The following season, Steiner split his time between teaching, coaching and part-time play for the Fort Wayne Pistons. Steiner retired from pro basketball after the season to devote full time to education. Steiner was a teacher and coach at Shortridge High School in Indianapolis for 32 years.
|Jerome C. Steiner||Born: Jan 17, 1918||Died: Feb 1, 2012||Hometown:||Berne, In.|
|REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|1942-45||U.S. Army||Military Servive|
|Major League Totals||46||118||63||103||.612||299||6.5|
|Major League Totals||4||1||1||4||.250||3||0.8|