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Seattle University has a long and rich NCAA Division I athletics history that first flourished during the 1950’s with its men’s basketball teams and All-American’s Johnny and Eddie O’Brien, who lead Seattle U in becoming the only team in history to have defeated the world famous Harlem Globetrotters. Johnny O'Brien was the first collegiate player to score 1,000 in a season in 1952. In 1958, Hall of Fame inductee, Elgin Baylor, paced a men’s basketball team that advanced to the Final Four and defeated number one ranked (at that time) Kansas State University. In the national title game, with Baylor limited by a broken rib, Seattle U fell short to an Adolph Rupp led University of Kentucky squad. During this decade, Seattle University was a leader in the area of racial integration and diversity, commonly referred to at the “United Nations of college basketball.”
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