50 Greatest Players in UConn men’s basketball history: 50-1

BILL CORLEY 16. Bill Corley (1965-68) 6-7, F. Corley owns the UConn single-game scoring record, having hung 51 points on New Hampshire in January 1968.

The 6-7 forward averaged 21 points and 15 boards in that spectacular ’68 season, and finished his career with 1,238 points. For his career, Corley averaged a ridiculous 16.9 points and 13.7 rebounds per game.

His number 22 now hangs from the rafters in Gampel Pavillion, and he is a member of the Huskies of Honor, as well as UConn’s All-Century team.

(Sources: UConn Athletics, Bleacher Report) Photo courtesy: UConn Athletics




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