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Lynn Wilbur St. John (November 18, 1876September 30, 1950) was a college men's basketball coach. The Union City, Pennsylvania native was the head coach of the Ohio State University from 1911 to 1919, and served as the school's second athletic director, a position he held for 33 years. He also served on the NCAA Rules Committee along with James Naismith (1912-37). In 1956, The Ohio State University built a new basketball arena and named it St. John Arena after him. In 1962, he was inducted to the Basketball Hall of Fame as a contributor.

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Preceded by
E. Sedgewick
Wooster Fighting Scots
Head Football Coaches

1902-1905
Succeeded by
Ernest Skeel
Preceded by
Branch Rickey
Ohio Wesleyan Battling Bishops
Head Football Coaches

1909-1910
Unknown
Next known title holder:
Danny Hutchinson
Preceded by
Sox Raymond
Ohio State Buckeyes
Men's Head Basketball Coaches

1912-1919
Succeeded by
George Trautman
Unknown
Last known title holder:
Tom Kibler
Ohio State Buckeyes
Head Baseball Coaches

1913-1928
Succeeded by
Wayne Wright
Preceded by
John Richards
Ohio State University
Athletic Directors

1912-1947
Succeeded by
Dick Larkins
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