Coach Fellows (1967-68 to 1968-69)
Help Save Coach Fellows Era Basketball History Today!
As one of Bud Millikan’s first recruits, Frank Fellows played under Coach Millikan from 1950 to 1953. After coaching high school basketball in Silver Spring, MD, he returned to his alma mater in 1961 as an assistant coach for Millikan to handle scouting UMD opponents, high school prospects, and coaching the freshman team.
After six years as a freshman coach, with a record of 70-21, Fellows was promoted to head coach in 1967, upon Bud Millikan’s retirement. In two seasons, he led the Terps to a record of 16-34 and was responsible for developing such players as Will Hetzel, Tom Milroy, and Rod Horst.
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It takes $162 to digitize one film reel, and Coach Fellows’ legacy is recorded on 21 reels of game footage. When including the additional cost of preserving and accessing this era of UMD basketball history, our goal is $4,000! Make a gift today, and help us save this important part of university history! Every dollar counts!
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