Boiler legend: "I'm thrilled and humbled"
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Former Purdue men's basketball head coach Gene Keady was elected in to the College Basketball Hall of Fame on Monday night.
Keady began his career at Western Kentucky. He then became the coach at Purdue where he led the Boilers to a 512-270 record. Keady coached the Boilers for 25 years.
"I'm thrilled and humbled to be elected to the College Basketball Hall of Fame," Keady said. "It's a total team effort. I couldn't have done it without my former players, assistant coaches, and support staff."
Rollie Massimino and former U.S. congressman Tom McMillen also headline the 2013 class that will be inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame.
The class will be inducted during a ceremony on November 23 in Kansas City, Missouri.
Keady is currently a special assistant at St. John's working for Red Storm Head Coach and former Boilermaker assistant Steve Lavin.