Tony Dunkin

Basketball Player + National Collegiate Athletic Association Athlete
Born Feb 16, 1970

Tony Dunkin is an American former college basketball standout for Coastal Carolina University. He is best known for being the only NCAA Division I men's basketball player to be honored as his conference player of the year all four times. In 2003–04 he was part of the inaugural 11-person class inducted into the Big South Conference Hall of Fame.… Read More

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  • Calbert Cheaney Joins Iu Basketball Staff Sporting News.Com
    Google News - Jun 18, 2011
  • Transactions
    NYTimes - Dec 05, 2000
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    NYTimes - Oct 29, 1998
  • College Basketball; Coastal Carolina, Tenn. State Get Berths
    NYTimes - Mar 07, 1993


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1970 Birth Born on February 16, 1970.


1989 19 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1989–90, Dunkin was forced to sit out the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers' first five games due to NCAA eligibility rules because he had just transferred from Jacksonville University.


1990 20 Years Old He scored a season-high 28 points on February 1, 1990 against Campbell en route to averages of 18.1 points and 6.6 rebounds during his rookie campaign. … Read More
1991 21 Years Old 1991 NCAA Tournament The Big South was only in its sixth year of existence when Dunkin was a sophomore. As the conference tournament champion, Coastal Carolina was granted a "play-in" game in order to gain an automatic berth into the 1991 NCAA Tournament. … Read More
1992 22 Years Old Going into his final collegiate season in 1992–93, Dunkin was rated as the ninth-best small forward in the country by NCAA Magazine, which also tabbed him as one of the "Most Breathtaking Athletes" in college basketball. … Read More
1993 23 Years Old 1 More Event
He earned his fourth Big South Player of the Year award on March 4, 1993, making him the only Division I men's basketball player to ever earn the distinction for all four seasons.


2003 33 Years Old …  In 2003–04 he was part of the inaugural 11-person class inducted into the Big South Conference Hall of Fame.
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