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Dave Schellhase
Retired
Guard
Born October 14, 1944 (1944-10-14) (age 65)
Evansville, Indiana
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Listed weight 205 lb (93 kg)
High school North High School (Evansville)
College Purdue University
Draft 1st round, 10th overall, 1966
Chicago Bulls
Pro career 1966–1968
Former teams Chicago Bulls
Awards 1962: Indiana All-Star Team (high school)
1964: First Team All-Big Ten
1965: First Team All-Big Ten, Second Team All-American
1966: First Team All-Big Ten, Consensus All-American, Academic All-American

Dave Schellhase (born October 14, 1944 in Evansville, Indiana) is a retired American collegiate basketball coach and basketball player in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

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High school career

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Evansville North

Dave Schellhase attended North High School in Evansville, Indiana. He led the state in scoring during his Senior year averaging 30.5 points a game, with a total of 1,325 points in his high school career. He was a member of the Indiana All-Star Team. He fell short of winning the Indiana Mr. Basketball Award to Larry Humes.

College career

Purdue

After high school, Dave attended Purdue University, located in West Lafayette, Indiana. He played basketball under head coach Ray Eddy. In his Senior year, he led the Boilermakers in scoring with 32.5 points a game while being named a Consensus All-American, Academic All-American and receivied his third straight First Team All-Big Ten selection. He was a 2nd team All-American following his junior season. Dave scored a career high 57 points on February 19, 1966 against Michigan, the second most in school history, only behind Rick Mount's 61. With 2,074 career points he was the first of four Boilermakers to reach the 2,000 point plateau, along with Rick Mount, Joe Barry Carroll and Troy Lewis.

Professional career

Chicago Bulls

Dave Schellhase was selected as the 10th overall pick in the 1966 NBA Draft by the Chicago Bulls. He played 2 seasons with the Bulls, averaging 2.8 points a game with a total of 208 points in 73 games.

Collegiate coaching career

Purdue

A few years after a brief stint playing in the NBA, Dave Schellhase served as an assistant coach under head coach George King in his last two seasons (1971-1972) on the bench. In two seasons, he helped coach Purdue to an overall record of 30-19, including an NIT appearance in 1971. Mainly an assistant to the freshman team, he joined fellow former Purdue standout, George Faerber, under coach Dave Toney.

Moorhead State

Schellhase was the head coach at Moorhead State University from 1975 to 1982, where he led the Dragons to two NSIC titles and to six NAIA Tourneys and an overall post-season record of 8-5. He was selected twice as the NSIC Coach of the Year in 1981 and 1982. In seven seasons, he left the program with a record of 137-64.

Indiana State

Schellhase moved on to coach at the Division I level, leading Sycamores for three seasons from 1982 to 1985, where he compiled a record of 37-48 and currently ranks 14th in wins in Sycamore history. He was the third former Boilermaker to coach at Indiana State after John Wooden's successful tenure from 1946 to 1948 and Bill Hodges' stint from 1979 to 1982.

Return to Moorhead State

After his tenure at ISU at the NCAA Division I level, he returned to Moorhead State in 1987 where he led the Dragons to seven NAIA Tourneys and a post-season record of 1-6. In twelve seasons from 1987 to 1999, he compilied a record of 161-176.

His overall record at Moorhead State was 298-240 with 13 trips to the NAIA Tourney. Dave Schellhase led the Dragons during their transition from NAIA to NCAA Division II.

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Preceded by
Bill Hodges
Indiana State
Head Basketball Coach

1982–1985
Succeeded by
Ron Greene

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