GEORGE UNSELD

UNSELD, GEORGE

Hometown:  Louisville, KY (Seneca HS)

CATEGORY   TOTAL   1963 1964
YEAR     So. Jr.
POSITION     C/F C/F
HEIGHT     6'7 6'7
WEIGHT     210 225
JERSEY        
Games Played/Started 50/   25/ 25/
Points 892   432 460
   Per Game 17.8   17.2 18.4
Rebounds 383   199 184
   Per Game 7.7   8.0 7.4
FG: Attempts 709   370 339
       Made 352   166 186
       Percent 49.6   44.8 46.6
FT: Attempts 322   158 164
       Made 188   100 88
       Percent 58.4   63.2 53.6
Production Points/Game        
Production Points/Minute        

1963:  Lettered, Starter

1964:  Lettered, Starter, All Big 8

 

Pro career: 

1963-64

Los Angeles Stars (ABA)

Drafted in 8th round, 1965 NBA draft, by LA Lakers

 

 

 

 

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George Unseld was elected to the first Louisville Metro Council in November 2002. He was relected to a full four year term in November of 2004. Previously, he represented the cityís Tenth Ward on the Board of Aldermen, beginning in January 1999.

He represents the neighborhoods of Algonquin, California, Limerick, Old Louisville,Park Hill, Russell, St. Joseph, Shelby Park, Smoketown-Jackson, Taylor-Berry, University, and the Central Business District.

He is currently a member of the Metro Council's Buget, Contracts & Appointments and Minority Affairs Committees.

A longtime educator, Councilman Unseld has held both administrative and teaching positions within the Jefferson County Public Schools. He earned his masterís degree in education and his Rank I from Western Kentucky University.

He is a member and former director of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; former director of the Salvation Army Newburg Boys and Girls Club; and a member of the Greater Louisville Alliance of Black School Educators.

Unseld has received numerous awards including the Lincoln Foundation Community Service Award in 1996, and was given the Newburg Achiever Award in 1992. In 1994 he received the Evelyn Waldrop Awarded for Martin Luther King Day from Jefferson County government, and in 1991 was presented with the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Award for outstanding community service from the Louisville chapter of P.U.S.H.