Tom Scott (coach)

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Tom Scott
Coach Tom Scott.jpg
Scott pictured in Yackety yak 1947, UNC yearbook
Sport(s) Basketball
Biographical details
Born (1908-01-06)January 6, 1908
Franklin, Kansas
Died November 26, 1993(1993-11-26) (aged 86)
Charlotte, North Carolina
Playing career
1927–1930 Pittsburg State
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1936–1938 Concordia (MN)
1938–1942 Central Missouri State
1946–1952 North Carolina
1955–1960 Davidson
Head coaching record
Overall 248–208

Tom Scott (January 6, 1908 – November 24, 1993) was a head coach of the University of North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball team from 1946-1952. While at UNC, Scott amassed a record of 100-65. His last two teams at UNC had losing records and he was consequently replaced by Frank McGuire as head coach.

A graduate of Pittsburg State University in 1930, Scott also coached at Concordia-Moorhead, Central Missouri State, and Davidson.

Head coaching record[edit]

Season Team Total
Wins
Total
Losses
1936-37 Concordia Moorhead 7 11
1937-38 Concordia Moorhead 14 12
1938-39 Central Missouri State 22 7
1939-40 Central Missouri State 17 8
1940-41 Central Missouri State 15 9
1941-42 Central Missouri State 20 7
1945-46 Central Missouri State 13 5
1946-47 North Carolina 19 8
1947-48 North Carolina 20 7
1948-49 North Carolina 20 8
1949-50 North Carolina 17 12
1950-51 North Carolina 12 15
1951-52 North Carolina 12 15
1955-56 Davidson 10 15
1956-57 Davidson 7 20
1957-58 Davidson 9 15
1958-59 Davidson 9 15
1959-60 Davidson 5 19
Totals 248 208

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