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Bob Wolf

Position: Guard
Years: 1964-1967
Number: 15
Height: 6'2“
Weight: 178 lbs.
Hometown: Menomonee Falls
High School: Menomonee Falls H.S.

Menomonee Falls High School

Wolf's average of 29.5 ppg led the state in scoring during his senior season. He scored 1,118 points in his career, including 591 as a senior, earning AP all-state and UPI second team all-state honors that year.

Marquette University

season GP Min Avg FG-A FG% FT-A FT% Reb Avg Ast Avg Stl Blk PF Pts Avg
1964-65 26 123-312 .394 126-179 .703 372 14.3
1965-66 26 215-457 .470 143-198 .722 573 22.0
1966-67 29 205-427 .547 124-172 .720 534 18.4
Totals 81 543-1196 .454 393-549 .715 1479 18.3

Wolf led Marquette in scoring during his final two seasons and was named team captain during his senior year, 1966-67.

He returned to Marquette as an Assistant Freshman Basketball Coach in 1970 and coached along with Rick Majerus, the other Assistant Coach for the freshman team.

All-Time Marquette Rankings

  • 15th, Points (1,479)

All-Time Career Leader Rankings

  • 7th, Scoring Average (18.3)
  • 6th, Free Throws Made (393)
  • 4th, Free Throws Attempted (549)

All-Time Single Game Rankings

  • 1st, Free Throw Percentage (tied with 12 others), 100% (10-10) vs. Providence (March 14, 1967)

All-Time Single Season Rankings

  • 3rd, Scoring Average (22)
  • 10th (tie), Free Throws Made (143)
All-Time Senior Season Rankings
  • 10th, Scoring Average (18.4)
  • 10th, Field Goals Made (205)
All-Time Junior Season Rankings
  • 5th, Points (573)
  • 2nd, Scoring Average (22)
  • 5th, Field Goals Made (215)
  • 5th, Field Goals Attempted (457)
  • 6th, Free Throws Made (143)
  • 5th, Free Throws Attempted (198)
All-Time Sophomore Season Rankings
  • 5th, Free Throws Made (126)
  • 7th, Free Throws Attempted (179)

Professional Career

Wolf was the first Marquette player drafted by an ABA team, when New York selected him in the fifth round of the 1967 draft. Wolf was also selected in the seventh round of the NBA draft (70th overall) by the Chicago Bulls, but never logged minutes in either league.

Following graduation in 1967, Wolf played professionally in Italy for a year, then entered the Army. He was a starting guard on the All-Service Team that won the national AAU title.


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