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Former University of San Francisco player Bill Russell. During his career, Russell won 2 National Championships and led San Francisco to a 55 game winning streak. Russell was a First Team All-American, Final Four Most Valuable Player (MVP), had career averages of 20.7 points per game and 20.3 rebounds per game, and was the 2nd overall pick in the NBA Draft.

Former Marymount University player PT Gardner. Gardner was inducted into Marymout's inaugural Hall of Fall class. Gardner is the 1st Marymount men's basketball player to be inducted into the school's Hall of Fame and is the 1st two-time Capital Athletic Conference  (CAC) Men's Basketball Player Of the Year (POY). Gardner holds virtually every men's basketball record at Marymount.   

Gardner is Marymount's All-Time Leading Scorer, All-Time Field Goals Made Leader, All-Time Assist Leader, All-Time Free Throws Made Leader, All-Time Free Throw Percentage Leader, and All-Time Steals Leader. Gardner also holds the top 3 single-season free throws made, top 2 single-season scoring, top 2 single-season assists, tied for the single-game steals, 2nd and 3rd best single-game assists, 2nd best single-season free throw percentage, 3rd best single-season steal and 3rd, 4th and 5th best single-season field goals made records.  

 

Former University of The District of Columbia player Kenny James. Former Keystone College player Naz Abbass.                            


Former Wake Forest University player Jim Fitzpatrick. Fitzpatrick captained Wake Forest to a National Invitational Tournament (NIT) postseason Championship. Former George Mason University player Russ Alexander.

 

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