Tyrone Curtis
Tyrone Curtis
Class Year: 1981
Induction Year: 1993

From Hall of Honor press release dated June 25, 1993:

Tyrone Curtis had the unusual distinction of starting every game in his college basketball career--115--and led the Tigers to four-year record of 96- 19 including four OAC championships and a third place in the 1980 NCAA Division III tournament. A two-time All-American, Curtis was the national player of the year and most valuable player player in the OAC in 1981. He still ranks as the third leading scorer in Wittenberg history with 1,739 points, and average of 15.1 points per game. Now a Dayton resident, Curtis hails from Bluefield, W.Va.

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