List of basketball players from small colleges


List of basketball players from small colleges

This article is for men's and women's basketball players who played at small American colleges, or large colleges with less well-known basketball programs, which do not have their own categories under . As enough players from a college show up here, a category for that college may get created; if so, remove the player from this list and give his or her article a link to the new category. "Please don't remove players unless such a category is created."

Albany State University

*Caldwell Jones
*Charles Jones
*Major Jones
*Wil Jones

American International College

*Mario Elie
*Jim Calhoun

American University

*Kermit Washington
*Andre Ingram

Augsburg College

*Devean George
*Lute Olson

Augustana College (South Dakota)

*Brett Szabo

Aurora College

*Mickey Johnson

University of Baltimore

*Red Holzman

Benedict College

*Walt Simon

Bethune-Cookman University

*John Chaney

Blinn College

*Chris Andersen

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

*Chuck Daly

University of Bridgeport

*Manute Bol

Buffalo State College

*Randy Smith

University of California, Irvine (UC Irvine)

*Scott Brooks

Cameron University

*Arthur Trousdell

Canisius College

*Mike Smrek
*Corey Herring

Centenary College of Louisiana

*Robert Parish

University of Central Arkansas

*Scottie Pippen

Central Connecticut State University

*Keith Closs

Centre College

*Edgar Diddle

Chemeketa Community College

*Grayson Boucher

Clarion University of Pennsylvania

*John Calipari

College of Charleston

*Anthony Johnson

Colorado State University

*Jason Smith (NBA)

Columbia University

*Alton Byrd
*Jim McMillian

Dartmouth College

*Rudy LaRusso

Davis and Elkins College

*Press Maravich

Drake University

*McCoy McLemore
*Willie Wise

Drexel University

*Malik Rose

Eastern Illinois University

*Henry Domercant
*Kevin Duckworth

Eastern Washington University

*Rodney Stuckey

Fayetteville State University

*Darrell Armstrong

Florida Atlantic University

*Yolanda Griffith

Fordham University

*Dan O'Sullivan
*Smush Parker

Franklin College

*Fuzzy Vandivier

Furman University

*Frank Selvy

Gardner-Webb University

*John Drew

Georgia State University

*Taj McWilliams-Franklin
*Lanard Copeland

Hamline University

*Vern Mikkelsen

Hampton University

*Devin Green
*Rick Mahorn

Hardin-Simmons University

*Doyle Brunson
*Harvey Catchings

Hastings College

*Bart Kofoed

University of Hartford

*Vin Baker

Hofstra University

*Speedy Claxton
*Loren Stokes

Idaho State University

*Ron Boone

Illinois Wesleyan University

*Jack Sikma

Jackson State University

*Lindsey Hunter

Johnson C. Smith University

*Earl Manigault

Kentucky State University

*Travis Grant

Lafayette College

*Pete Carril

Longwood University

*Jerome Kersey

University of Maine

*Cindy Blodgett

Manhattan College

*Luis Flores

Marist College

*Rik Smits

McGill University

*Kevin O'Neill
*Sylvia Sweeney

McNeese State University

*Tierre Brown
*Joe Dumars
*Anthony Pullard

Mercer University

*Sam Mitchell (basketball)

United States Merchant Marine Academy (Merchant Marine)

*Skip Prosser

Mississippi Valley State University

*Alphonso Ford

Missouri State University (formerly Southwest Missouri State University)

*Jackie Stiles

Montclair State University

*Carol Blazejowski

Morgan State University

*Clarence "Big House" Gaines

Mount St. Mary's University

*Fred Carter

University of New Orleans

*Ervin Johnson

Norfolk State University

*Bob Dandridge

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

*Al Attles

North Carolina Central University

*Sam Jones

Northeast Mississippi Community College

*Qyntel Woods

Northeastern University

*Mike Jarvis
*Reggie Lewis

Northwest Missouri State University

*Jack McCracken

Northern Michigan University

*Tom Izzo

Oakland University

*Rawle Marshall

Ohio Wesleyan University

*Barry Clemens

Oklahoma City University

*Carl Henry
*Abe Lemons

Okaloosa-Walton College

*Kedrick Brown

Otterbein College

*Harold Anderson

Pacific Lutheran University

*Marv Harshman

Pfeiffer University

*Antonio Harvey

Philander Smith College

*Hubert Ausbie

Pima Community College

*Horacio Llamas

Portland State University

*Ime Udoka

Prairie View A&M University

*Zelmo Beaty

Queens College

*Donna Orender

Rider University

*Digger Phelps

University of Rio Grande (formerly Rio Grande College)

*Bevo Francis

Saginaw Valley State University

*Gail Goestenkors

Saint John Fisher College

*Paul Hewitt

Saint Mary's University

*Henry James

Seattle University

*Elgin Baylor
*Charlie Williams

Shaw University

*Ronald "Flip" Murray

Johnson C. Smith University

*Earl Manigault

University of South Alabama

*Terry Catledge
*Rory White

Southeastern Louisiana University

*Robin Roberts

Southeastern Illinois Junior College

*Donta Smith

Southeastern Oklahoma State University

*Crystal Robinson
*Dennis Rodman

The University of Southern Mississippi

*Brandy Reed

Stephen F. Austin State University

*Antonio Burks
*Katrina Price

Swarthmore College

*James A. Michener

University of Texas-Pan American

*Lucious Jackson
*Fred Taylor (basketball coach)

University of Texas at San Antonio

*Devin Brown

Texas Southern University

*Woody Sauldsberry

Texas State University-San Marcos

*Jeff Foster

Texas Wesleyan University

*Mark Calaway (aka The Undertaker in WWE)

University of Toledo

*Steve Mix

Truman State University (formerly Northeast Missouri State University)

*Harry Gallatin
*Glen Jacobs (aka Kane in WWE)

Tuskegee University (formerly Tuskegee Institute)

*Prophet Yahweh

University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNC Wilmington)

*John Calipari (before Clarion)
*Matt Fish

University of Tennessee-Martin (UT-Martin)

*Leonard Hamilton
*Pat Summitt

Walsh University

*Robert Whaley

Washington & Jefferson College

*Buddy Jeannette

Wayne State University

*John Kline

Waynesburg College

*Clair Bee

Weber State University

*Eddie Gill
*Ben Howland
*Harold Jones

University of West Florida

*Moochie Norris

University of West Georgia

*Foots Walker

West Texas A&M University (formerly West Texas State University)

*Maurice Cheeks

West Virginia University Institute of Technology

*Sedale Threatt

Westminster College, Missouri

*Forrest DeBernardi
*Henry Iba

Wheeling Jesuit University

*John Beilein

Widener University

*Phil Martelli

Wilkes University

*Bo Ryan

William Woods University

*Helen Stephens


=Wilmington College=

*Tom Blackburn

Winthrop University

*Craig Bradshaw

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

*Tony Bennett

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

*Tim Gittens

University of Wisconsin-River Falls

*Richard Melzer

University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

*Terry Porter
*Brad Soderberg

Wright State University

*Vitaly Potapenko

Xavier University of Louisiana

*Nathaniel Clifton
*Slick Watts

ee also

Football players from small colleges


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