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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

FT%

RPG

APG

PPG

1947-48 Syracuse FR.

Stats Were Not Available

1948-49 Syracuse

25

29.8

57.6

N/A

N/A

14.0

1949-50 Syracuse

27

28.9

52.2

N/A

N/A

16.2

1950-51 Syracuse

27

N/A

62.5

N/A

N/A

14.9

DIV I Totals

79

N/A

57.4

N/A

N/A

15.0

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0 #5 Joe Quinn 2014-04-30 14:00
I worked with Jack, for Jack, at BioQuest, B-D Labs. We were professionally close and he was very supportive of my career. He was the National Sales Manager. Good sold man and nice peron to be around. Always could sense his leadership.
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0 #4 Guest 2009-04-18 11:36
Wow great info I am a Syracuse basketball fan at the ripe age of 85! Boy Kiley could play GOD bless him. Thanks DraftReview for keeping such a great website and page about Kiley
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0 #3 Guest 2009-04-18 00:00
Jack later became a father of 4. His strong character was an inspiration to all. He adored his children, and his family always came first.He is missed by all of us.
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+1 #2 Guest 2009-03-30 16:55
Jack married in 1960 and he and his wife,Jane, had 4 children, Jack Jr.,Joseph, Katie, and Sarah. He worked in sales and was a national sales manager for B-D Labs.
Jack and his family lived in Maryland until his death in 1982. Jack died from all the complications of diabetes.I wish I had seen him play ball. He was much loved.
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0 #1 Jack Cavanaugh 2009-01-26 13:07
I played basketball briefly with Jack Kiley at Syracuse University in the late 1940s and was saddened to know that he died so young. apparently in his early fiftis. Jack was a terrific basketball player -- a very smooth guard and very good shooter, both from the outside and on his drive to the basket. He also was a very good-looking and very nice guy. Jack and I also worked together for several years as waiters in Winchell Hall, an all-girls dining hall on the Syracuse U campus. We both also played basketball during a few summers at hotels in the old Borscht Belt in the Catskill Mountains, which was a hotbed for basketball during the summer, with teams made up primarly of college players who usually worked as waiters.

I wonder if anyone can tell me what Jack did after playing briefly in the NBA and whether he married and had children. I also would be interested to know what caused his death. Again, Jack Kiley was a lovely guy who was a pleasure to know and, for a while, to play basketball with.
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