February 17, 2007
Though he played just three years, Clyde Lovellette is KU's fourth-leading scorer with 1,979 points
Kansas men's basketball legend Clyde Lovellette died Wednesday evening at his home in North Manchester, Indiana, his daughter Cindy confirmed. Lovellette, who had been battling cancer, was 86.
Clyde Lovellette says he is humbled and honored by today’s induction into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. By Gary Bedore
Kansas University won the national college basketball titles in 1952 and 1988 with genuine All-America superstars hubbing their effort - Clyde Lovellette and Danny Manning.
Clyde Lovellette sorely wanted to attend Kansas University's 1952 national-championship-reunion festivities this weekend.