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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

FT%

RPG

APG

PPG

1974-75 St. Bonaventure

20

43.4

76.6

2.3

N/A

8.7

1975-76 St. Bonaventure

27

47.8

65.4

4.0

N/A

13.8

1976-77 St. Bonaventure

29

49.2

71.0

3.1

N/A

13.8

1977-78 St. Bonaventure

28

47.6

82.0

3.8

N/A

16.1

DIV I Totals

104

47.6

73.5

3.4

N/A

13.4

 

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0 #6 Guest 2017-02-25 18:17
Attended Ed Nietopski bball camps as a kid. Glen Hagan was so kind and had magic Johnson charisma! Incredible ball handler.

Also of note- greatest section V team. Madison HS with Binion Brothers.
 
 
0 #5 ronnie til 2013-01-16 00:42
He was smooth a real floor general i use to watch the Bonnies play Canisius at The Aud in Buffalo . NY
 
 
0 #4 Solid Point Guard 2012-11-19 20:21
Great Ball handle really good court awarness.
 
 
0 #3 Tim Grant 2010-05-15 18:02
Either one of the responders on the Glen Hagan topic, I couldn't agree more. I am in the process of putting together the best Section V Teams of All- Time, NYS, and eventually the nation. The problem is collecting the rosters. I have sent out feelers in NYS, Section V, and others. I will pay for copies, if someone doesn't want to sell the programs. Just purchased 1971-72 Illinois program with arguably their best Team of All - Time THORNRIDGE (Quinn Buckner, Boyd Batts) I also have a program with Mark Aguirre and Isiah Thomas. Pennsylvania: Sam Bowie's junior year, and Carlisle with Jeff Lebo and Billy Owens, Freshmen. Anything that you could help me out with would greatly be appreciated. I have 1982 Charlotte, which I think could give the early 70s Mooney team a run. 1988 McQuaid (Greg Woodard, Martzloff, Henderson, and Co,)Small school Kendall with Roosevelt Bouie and his cousin Nate. I don't think they ever lost game the last two seaons. It is a shame that the state tournament wasn't played in the 50, 60s, and the early 70s. I played in the state tournament the second year 1979, and lost in the semi-finals to Sidney. That was a lot of fun.Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
 
0 #2 Guest 2010-05-15 01:32
Why this guy never stuck in the NBA is still a mystery to anyone who saw him play.Cardinal Mooney boasted one of the best Rochester,NY City-Catholic high school teams ever assembled when Hagan,Danny Panaggio and Larry Lane all played together.
 
 
0 #1 Guest 2010-02-05 23:45
One of the best pg that play in western new york
 

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