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Joe Stowell (born December 24, 1926) is an American basketball coach and broadcaster. After attending Bradley University and playing on the basketball team from 1947-50, he returned as an assistant coach in 1956 and became Bradley's ninth head coach in 1965.[1] During his thirteen seasons as Bradley's head coach he won 197 games. His basketball resume also features two seasons coaching high school boys and two years coaching the Bradley University women.[2]

In 1985 Stowell joined Dave Snell as a WMBD broadcaster for Bradley basketball games.[2] Since the start of the 2008-2009 season Stowell has not traveled with the team for road games but has continued his role on the broadcast team for home games.[3]

Preceded by
Chuck Orsborn
Bradley Head Men's Basketball Coach
1965 – 1979
Succeeded by
Dick Versace

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