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Chet Jaworski

Chet Jaworski
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Personal information
Born November 8, 1916
Worcester, Massachusetts
Died October 16, 2003(2003-10-16) (aged 86)
Nationality American
Career information
High school Commerce (Worcester, Massachsetts)
College Rhode Island (1935–1939)
Career highlights and awards

Chester S. "Chet" Jaworski (November 8, 1916 – October 16, 2003) was the University of Rhode Island (URI)'s first All-American selection in men's basketball. As a senior in 1938–39, he led the nation in scoring at 22.9 points per game and was named the Helms Foundation College Basketball Player of the Year as well as a Consensus NCAA First Team All-American. He scored a career-high 44 points in December 1938. Jaworski played the forward position in basketball, but he also earned three varsity letters for the school's baseball team and one letter for the football team. For his achievements, Jaworski was enshrined into both the URI and New England Basketball Halls of Fame.

References

  1. "Player bio: Chester S. Jaworski ('39)".  
  2. "Chet Jaworski '39". URI Hall of Fame.  
  3. Szostak, Mike. "New England Basketball Hall of Fame will honor 41 locals". Projo Sports Blog. Retrieved 29 June 2010. 
  4. "100th Anniversary Basketball Team". URI Alumni Association. Retrieved 29 June 2010. 


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