DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — Don Donoher, the winningest basketball coach at Dayton and a member of the National Collegiate Basketball…

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — Don Donoher, the winningest basketball coach at Dayton and a member of the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame, has died. He was 92.

The college introduced Donoher’s demise on Friday evening. No explanation for demise was given.

Donoher went 437-275 in a 25-year teaching profession, all with the Flyers. He led Dayton to the NCAA Tournament 9 occasions and to the NIT seven occasions.

Under Donoher, the Flyers performed for the NCAA championship in 1967, shedding to UCLA and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who was then often called Lew Alcindor. Donoher and Dayton superior to the Sweet 16 5 occasions and reached the Elite Eight two occasions. The Flyers gained the NIT title in 1968.

Donoher was a three-year letter-winner with the Flyers as a participant and took part in three postseasons. He was crew captain as a senior and scored 388 of his profession whole of 578 factors in 32 video games in his closing season.

After beginning as a scout for his alma mater in 1957, Donoher started his teaching profession in 1961 as an assistant at Chaminade High School. He turned an assistant with the Flyers in February of 1963 and, simply over a 12 months later, was title Dayton’s coach, succeeding Tom Blackburn, who coached Donoher when he performed.

Donoher the primary coach to guide his alma mater to the NCAA title sport after showing within the event as a participant.

He was an assistant coach on the U.S. gold medal-winning crew on the Los Angeles Olympics in 1984.

He additionally served as Dayton’s athletic director from 1976-1980.

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