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Harold Anderson

From Akron Central High where he starred until graduation in 1920, "Andy" Anderson went on to earn All-Ohio honors in both football and basketball at Otterbein College. Later, as head basketball coach, he boosted Toledo U to national glory winning 142 of 183 starts in eight seasons. In 1942 Anderson began a 23-year association with Bowling Green U where the Falcons blossomed into a six-time NIT performer. He produced 21 All-Americans, among them Wyndol Gray, Jim Gerber,

Inducted 1968 | Coach