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Jan Van Breda Kolff - Coaching Career
... Wickenheiser, under prodding from his son Kort, who was also one of Van Breda Kolff's assistants, unilaterally declared Terrell eligible ... Van Breda Kolff denied knowing about the scandal, and was cleared of wrongdoing ... Van Breda Kolff was named coach of the Nashville Broncos of the American Basketball Association in 2008 ...
Congress Of Breda
... The Congress of Breda often also known as the Breda peace talks were a series of negotiations between representatives of Great Britain and France in the Dutch city of Breda that took ...
Breda - Twin Towns – Sister Cities
... See also List of twin towns and sister cities in the Netherlands Breda is twinned with Wrocław in Poland Diest in Belgium Orange in France Dillenburg in Germany ...
Lafayette Leopards - Varsity Sports - Men's Basketball
... Lafayette was coached during the era by Butch Van Breda Kolff, the first coaching job of the future Princeton Final Four and Los Angeles Lakers coach ... Van Breda Kolff led the Leopards to their first postseason appearance, the 1955 National Invitation Tournament ... Legendary coach van Breda Kolff returned to coach the Leopards in 1984 and orchestrated one the most dynamic upsets in Lafayette basketball history ...
Jan Van Breda Kolff (footballer)
... Jan Gualtherus van Breda Kolff (18 January 1894 in Medan, Dutch East Indies – 6 February 1976 in West Chatham, Massachusetts, United States) was a Dutch ... Van Breda Kolff a made his debut in the Netherlands national football team as a player of HVV Den Haag on 2 April 1911 at the age of 17, and (as of 2007) he still holds the record as the youngest player ... Van Breda Kolff later had a career as a stockbroker in the United States ...

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