- Dutch Lonborg
Arthur C. "Dutch" Lonborg (March 16, 1898 – January 31, 1985) was a well-known American collegiate basketball coach. The Gardner, Illinois native coached for 23 years at McPherson College, Washburn College, and Northwestern University. Lonborg graduated in 1921 from University of Kansas, having played two years under coach Phog Allen.
In 1921 Dutch won an AAU title as a player with the Kansas City Athletic Club. In 1925 he coached Washburn College to an AAU title, the last time a college team won that championship. Later he coached at Northwestern, getting 237 wins during his time there, and leading them to the Big Ten Conference Championship in 1931 and in 1933 and a Helms Foundation title in 1931. He had an overall 323-217 college coaching record at all three schools.
After he retired from coaching, he became chairman of the NCAA Tournament Committee from 1947–60, and the U.S. Olympic team manager for the 1960 Olympics. He also served as Kansas Jayhawks athletic director from 1950-63.
He made the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1973 as a coach.
Northwestern Wildcats men's basketball head coaches
Tom Holland (1904–1905) • No team (1905–1906) • Louis Gillesby (1906–1910) • Stuart Templeton (1910–1911) • Charles Hammett (1911–1912) • Dennis Grady (1912–1914) • Fred J. Murphy (1914–1917) • Norman Elliott (1917–1918) • Tom Robinson (1918–1919) • Norman Elliott (1919–1920) • Ray Elder (1920–1921) • Dana Evan (1921–1922) • Maury Kent (1922–1927) • Dutch Lonborg (1927–1950) • Harold Olsen (1950–1952) • Waldo Fisher (1952–1957) • William Rohr (1957–1963) • Larry Glass (1963–1969) • Brad Snyder (1969–1973) • Tex Winter (1973–1978) • Rich Falk (1978–1986) • Bill Foster (1986–1993) • Ricky Byrdsong (1993–1997) • Kevin O'Neill (1997–2000) • Bill Carmody (2000– )
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 1973 Players Coaches Contributors 1919 Helms Foundation NCAA Men's Basketball All-Americans
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