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C. Vivian Stringer

C. Vivian Stringer  (College basketball.  Born, Edenborn, PA, Mar. 16, 1948.)  When Charlene Vivian Stringer coached Rutgers’ 2000 women’s basketball team to the Final Four, she became the first coach to lead three different schools into the women’s Final Four.  (The Lady Knights lost their semifinal game to Tennessee, 64-54).  Stringer had previously coached both Cheney (Penna.) and Iowa (1993) to […]

Chris Mullin

Chris Mullin (College basketball. Born, New York, NY, Aug. 30, 1963.) Few college basketball players have ever generated as much excitement among New York fans or won as many honors as Chris Mullin did with the St. John’s Redmen from 1981 to 1985. During that span, the Redmen won a Big East championship and made […]

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