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Sergei Belov, the first international player in the Hall of Fame, is considered one of the greatest international players ever. Known as the "Jerry West of Russia," he led the USSR National Team to three Olympic Bronze and the 1980 Olympic Gold Medals, and to four European and two World Championships. He led his professional team to 11 Russian National titles. Al McGuire's final game as a coach was memorable: his Marquette squad upset North Carolina to win the 1977 NCAA Championship. In 1971, McGuire won Coach of the Year after a 28-1 season, an honor he received again in 1974. He led teams to 11 straight NCAA tournaments and compiled a 295-80 record. Nera White led Nashville Business College to 10 AAU National Championships and was named the tournament's MVP 10 times. White was an AAU All-America player every year in her 1955-1969 career. She also played internationally, helping the USA Women to a Gold Medal at the 1957 World Championships. One of only six coaches in NCAA history to win back-to-back National titles, Phil Woolpert guided the University of San Francisco to NCAA Championships in 1955 and 1956. Woolpert compiled a 153-78 record with the Dons that included a 60-game winning streak. His teams led the nation in defense in 1955, 1956 and 1958. All are Silver Relief medallions. Belov and Woolpert are in NM condition. McGuire is in very good condition; tip of nose worn with a slight scratch. White is in very good condition; slight scratches on tip of nose.
Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 1992 Medallions Including Al McGuire (4)
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