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Raymond Morstadt

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Number: 26
Position: Forward
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Hometown: Waukegan, IL
Nickname: Nanook

Marquette University

Ray Morstadt led Marquette in scoring from 1933-35 and also served as team captain during the 1934-35 campaign. He also was the first Marquette player to average in double figures in a single season with a 10.9 scoring average in 1934-35. He averaged 9.6 ppg in his first year and 8.5 ppg in his second year.

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Morstadt was nicknamed “Nanook,” because of the heavy fur coat he could often be found wearing around campus.


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