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Herb Magee

Herb Magee (born June 20, 1941), commonly referred to as the Shot Doctor, is a Division II men's college basketball coach at his alma mater, Philadelphia University, known as Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science until 1999. He is entering his 48th year as head coach, and his 56th year as either a player or coach at the school. In 2015, he achieved his 1,000th win as a head coach, becoming one of only four college coaches to achieve that milestone. On August 12, 2011, Magee became a member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame's Class of 2011.

Career

Playing

Magee, an Irish American[1] played his high school basketball at Philadelphia's famed West Catholic High, where his teammates included former Philadelphia 76ers Head Coach Jim Lynam and former St. Joseph's coach Jim Boyle.

As a five-foot-ten inch, 150-pound player for the Philadelphia Rams, he scored 2,235 points (before the introduction of the 3-point shot), leading his team to 75 victories. Magee was a two-time All-American and drafted by the Boston Celtics (the 62nd pick of the 1963 NBA draft). However, he broke his fingers before training camp, and opted instead to return to his alma mater as an assistant coach under Buckey Harris. When Harris retired in 1967, Magee became head coach at the age of 25. He has spent his entire adult life at the East Falls school as either a player, assistant coach or head coach.

Accomplishments

His exploits as a coach have not gone unnoticed, as his list of awards and achievements can attest. The Kodak District Coach of the Year in 1993, Magee was also tabbed New York Collegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year that season and again in 1994. In addition, he has been honored as regional Coach of the Year four times, national Coach of the Year twice, and Co-Coach of the Year in the Mideast Collegiate Conference twice. He was also inducted into the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame in 1979. He led the Rams to the College Division National Championship in 1970.

Coach Magee was inducted into the

Magee received a Bachelor of Science in marketing from Philadelphia University in 1963 and a Master's in Education from St. Joseph's University in 1969.

Head coaching record

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Philadelphia Rams () (1967–present)
1967–68 Philadelphia College 21–6 NCAA, 1st Round
1968–69 Philadelphia College 20–5 NCAA, 1st Round
1969–70 Philadelphia College 29–2 NCAA, Champions
1970–71 Philadelphia College 22–6 NCAA 1–1
1971–72 Philadelphia College 22–7 NCAA 2–1
1972–73 Philadelphia College 25–4 NCAA 0–2
1973–74 Philadelphia College 10–14
1974–75 Philadelphia College 21–6 NCAA 1–1
1975–76 Philadelphia College 25–3 NCAA 1–1
1976–77 Philadelphia College 22–6 NCAA 0–2
1977–78 Philadelphia College 18–10 NCAA 1–1
1978–79 Philadelphia College 20–8 NCAA 0–2
1979–80 Philadelphia College 13–13
1980–81 Philadelphia College 15–12
1981–82 Philadelphia College 13–14
1982–83 Philadelphia College 23–7 NCAA 1–1
1983–84 Philadelphia College 21–8
1984–85 Philadelphia College 24–7 NCAA 1–1
1985–86 Philadelphia College 16–14
1986–87 Philadelphia College 16–14
1987–88 Philadelphia College 20–10
1988–89 Philadelphia College 24–7 NCAA 0–2
1989–90 Philadelphia College 22–8
1990–91 Philadelphia College 24–8 NCAA 2–1
1991–92 Philadelphia College 28–4 NCAA 1–1
1992–93 Philadelphia College 30–2 NCAA 2–1
1993–94 Philadelphia College 29–2 NCAA 1–1
1994–95 Philadelphia College 26–5 NCAA 2–1
1995–96 Philadelphia College 19–9
1996–97 Philadelphia College 13–14
1997–98 Philadelphia College 18–10
1998–99 Philadelphia University 21–6
1999–00 Philadelphia University 17–10
2000–01 Philadelphia University 24–7 NCAA 1–1
2001–02 Philadelphia University 19–9
2002–03 Philadelphia University 16–12
2003–04 Philadelphia University 26–8 NCAA 0–1
2004–05 Philadelphia University 21–9
Philadelphia Rams (Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference) (2005–present)
2005–06 Philadelphia University 20–11 15–7 2nd
2006–07 Philadelphia University 20–10 14–6 T–1st NCAA 0–1
2007–08 Philadelphia University 22–12 16–0 1st (South) NCAA 0–1
2008–09 Philadelphia University 25–6 14–2 1st (South) NCAA Division II First Round
2009–10 Philadelphia University 27–8 16–1 1st (South) NCAA Division II Regional Final
2010–11 Philadelphia University 15–12 10–7 2nd (South)
2011–12 Philadelphia University 19–10 13–4 T–1st (South) NCAA Division II First Round
2012–13 Philadelphia University 19–10 12–5 2nd (South)
2013–14 Philadelphia University 25–6 16–3 1st (South) NCAA Division II First Round
2014–15 Philadelphia University 24–8 15–4 T–2nd (South) NCAA Division II First Round
Philadelphia University: 1009–399
Total: 1009–399

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

See also

References

General
Footnotes
  1. ^ http://articles.philly.com/2011-08-12/sports/29880807_1_herb-magee-head-coach-high-school-coach

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