Freddie Goss

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Freddie Goss
Sport(s) Basketball
Playing career
1962–1966 UCLA
Position(s) Guard
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1969–1979 UC Riverside
1979–1985 US International
Head coaching record
Overall 199-235 (.459)

Freddie Goss is a retired American college basketball player and coach.

Goss played at UCLA under Hall of Fame coach John Wooden from 1962 to 1966 and started at guard with All-American Gail Goodrich on the Bruins' 1964–65 national championship team.[1]

After his playing days were over, Goss became a college coach. His first stint was at UC Riverside, where he coached from 1969 to 1979, amassing a record of 163–110 (.597). He then moved to US International University in San Diego, where he led the Gulls' move to division I.[2] Goss went 36–110 in his six years at the school.

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