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Louis A. Alexander, Jr.

Louis A. Alexander, Jr.

'51


At Rochester:

  • Set a single-season scoring record in basketball in the 1950-51 season
  • Captain of the basketball team and selected as Most Valuable Player, 1950-51
  • Named by Street & Smith's Basketball Yearbook as one of the 50 best basketball players in the East
  • Vice President, Delta Upsilon
  • Member of the freshman baseball team in 1948
  • Member of Yellow Key and Mendicants honor societies
  • Student Chairman, 1950 Fall Homecoming Committee
  • Earned a B.S. in Business Administration in 1951

Post-Graduate:

  • Freshman basketball coach at Rochester, 1951-53 and freshman baseball coach, 1951
  • Served two years of active duty with the U.S. Navy from 1953-55
  • Worked at Rochester Institute of Technology from 1955 until his retirement in 1992
  • Served as varsity baseball and basketball coach, Director of Physical Education and Athletics, Professor Emeritus Physical Education and Athletics
  • Member, NCAA Division III Basketball Selection Committee
  • Member of numerous NCAA and ECAC committees, including the ECAC Constitution Committee which sponsored legislation that started Division I, II, and III National Championships
  • President ICAC (upstate NY colleges)
  • Chairman Rochester Area College Athletic Directors
  • Member of RIT Sports Hall of Fame
  • His father, Louis, Sr., was inducted into Rochester's first Hall of Fame class (1992); and his brother, Neil, is also part of the class of the Induction Class of 2001