Starter throughout his three-year varsity career, helping UC compile a record of 72-13 during that period.
Helped lead UC to the NCAA National Championship as a sophomore in 1962 and a runner-up finish in 1963.
Leading scorer his junior and senior seasons, posting averages of 21.0 and 24.4.
Closed his career as UC's second-leading scorer of all-time with 1,666 points, a total which currently ranks him in the top 10.
His 19.6-point career scoring average is the third-best in UC history.
Three-time All-Missouri Valley Conference selection.
Team captain as a senior.
Consensus first team All-American in 1963 (AP, UPI, Basketball Writers, Helms, Converse, NABC), third team pick (NEA); earned second team All-American honors in 1964 (AP, UPI, Converse) and was third team (NABC).
Columbus Touchdown Club Player of the Year selection in 1963.
Taken in the second round by Boston in the 1964 NBA Draft and played on two NBA championship teams for the Celtics.