Prickly Pear, Yearbook of Abilene Christian College, 1975 Page: 82
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Prince : 1,624
Impressive performers for the Cats
included Jeremiah James, who
directed an aggressive running
offense, fueled by the consistent hot
shooting of Paul Palmer and Gene
Andrew Prince, ACC's new all-time
leading point scorer, and Greg McElvy
direced an awgessive ombnationg . _ e
year, made just about everybody's alleverything
(again), while McElvy may
well have been "the most improved
player in the conference," according _'I
to Coach Willard Tate.
Coach Tate was impressed most of all
by the team's character. He noted how
the team matured after a tough road
schedule early in the season. "''We
played some national powerhouses in
New Mexico and Hawaii," said Tate,
"and although we didn't beat 'em, :p ",
those were the games that 'made us'
as a team. They were the turning point
in our season."
Pictured Right -Wildcats Greg McElvy and
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