CHARLIE HOAG

HOAG, CHARLES MONROE

Hometown:  Oak Park, IL
Born: 7/19/1931


Charlie Hoag

CATEGORY   TOTAL   1951 1952 52 Olympics
YEAR     So. Jr.  
POSITION     F/G F/G  
HEIGHT     6'2 6'2  
WEIGHT     185 188  
JERSEY     5 5 5
Games Played/Started 45/   24/ 18/ 3/
Points 199   89 84 26
   Per Game 4.4   3.7 4.7 8.7
Rebounds          
   Per Game          
FG: Attempts          
       Made 85   41 44  
       Percent          
FT: Attempts 54   15 39  
       Made 29   7 22  
       Percent          
Production Points/Game          
Production Points/Minute          

1951:  Lettered, Starter

1952:  Lettered.

1953:  Sidelined with knee injury incurred during '52 Football season

'50 and '51 - 2nd team All Big 7 as a Half Back.

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Charlie Hoag, a swingman who was one of seven Kansas players chosen for the 1952 U.S. Olympic basketball team that captured a gold medal in Helsinski after the Jayhawks won the NCAA title, earned three letters in football.  He was a running back and captain of the 52 football squad.

Source: Source:  Tourney Time, Dick Vitale, 1994.  Page 72.

Hoag unlucky in 52, 6/8/2007

OLYMPIC RESULTS: http://www.databaseolympics.com/players/playerpage.htm?ilkid=HOAGCHA01

PROFESSIONAL CAREER:

Drafted NFL 1953 draft by Cleveland Browns