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Carl J. Slone (born c. 1937) was the head men's basketball coach at George Washington University from 1970–1974 and the University of Richmond from 1974-1978. Slone also played for the Spiders from 1957–60 and was a three-year starter at forward under head coach H. Lester Hooker. He led the Spiders in both scoring and rebounding as a senior.
Head coaching record
- Carl Slone. sports-reference.com
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