Chuck Noe

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Chuck Noe
Sport(s) Basketball
Biographical details
Born (1924-11-13)November 13, 1924
Louisville, Kentucky
Died December 8, 2003(2003-12-08) (aged 79)
Richmond, Virginia
Playing career
1944–1948 Virginia
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1952–1955
1955–1962
1962–1964
1970–1976
VMI
Virginia Tech
South Carolina
VCU
Head coaching record
Overall 241–160
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
Southern Conference Regular Season Championship (1960)
Awards
Southern Conference Coach of the Year (1956, 1962)

Charles Warren "Chuck" Noe (November 13, 1924 - December 8, 2003) was an American college basketball coach and broadcaster.

Chuck Noe was a two-sport athlete at the University of Virginia, lettering in both basketball and baseball from 1944-48. Following his collegiate career, Noe played briefly in the Boston Red Sox chain, but his career ended due to a severely disclocated ankle.[1]

Following the aborted end of his professional career, Noe turned to coaching. After stints at Madison County High School and Hopewell High School (both in Virginia), Noe got his first college head coaching job in 1952 when he was named head coach at the Virginia Military Institute (VMI). Following three years at VMI, Noe moved to the same position at Virginia Tech.

At Virginia Tech, Noe had a successful seven-year stint. His teams went 109-51 and in the 1959–60 season won the Southern Conference regular season championship, beating out West Virginia and star guard Jerry West.[2] In 1962, Noe moved to South Carolina where he accumulated a record of 15-21 in a year and a half.

In 1970, Noe became head basketball coach and athletic director at Virginia Commonwealth University and led the program to division I status. He went 95-42 in six years as head basketball coach at VCU. Following his career as a head coach, Noe became a sports radio host in Richmond, Virginia.[1]

He died on December 8, 2003 in Richmond.[3]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
VMI (Southern Conference) (1952–1955)
1952–1953 VMI 5–19 1–14 15th
1953–1954 VMI 11–12 6–7 5th
1954–1955 VMI 8–15 4–9 8th
VMI: 24–46 11–30
Virginia Tech (Southern Conference) (1955–1962)
1955–1956 Virginia Tech 14–11 10–7 3rd
1956–1957 Virginia Tech 14–8 12–5 3rd
1957–1958 Virginia Tech 11–8 10–5 2nd
1958–1959 Virginia Tech 16–5 10–2 2nd
1959–1960 Virginia Tech 20–6 12–1 1st
1960–1961 Virginia Tech 15–7 12–3 2nd
1961–1962 Virginia Tech 19–6 9–3 2nd
Virginia Tech: 109–51 75–26
South Carolina (Atlantic Coast Conference) (1962–1964)
1962–1963 South Carolina 9–15 4–10 T-6th
1963–1964 South Carolina 6–6 3–3 4th
South Carolina: 15–21 7–13
Virginia Commonwealth (Independent) (1970–1976)
1970–1971 Virginia Commonwealth 15–9
1971–1972 Virginia Commonwealth 15–4
1972–1973 Virginia Commonwealth 15–5
1973–1974 Virginia Commonwealth 17–7
1974–1975 Virginia Commonwealth 17–8
1975–1976 Virginia Commonwealth 16–9
Virginia Commonwealth: 95–42
Total: 241–160

      National champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Chuck Noe Continues To Be Vital To UVa, accessed April 29, 2011
  2. ^ Six named to Tech Hall of Fame, accessed April 29, 2011
  3. ^ AP Reports (December 11, 2003). "Chuck Noe, 79, college basketball coach". The Boston Globe. Retrieved April 29, 2011.