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podcast icon Posted Tuesday, August 25, 2009. Total length: 8:50

"...attendance was not that great. You really played basketball at Dowling because you loved playing basketball."
Bob Kopelman

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Bob Kopelman started at Dowling in the fall of 1969 as an instructor of physical education and assistant coach of the basketball team. He was right on time to catch Dowling's first conference championship later that year. In this interview, Bob takes us through the next few years of the basketball program. The team went on to multiple conference championships and recruitment expanded to New York City and beyond. You'll also hear of Teijo Finneman, Dowling's first international athlete.

This interview is cross posted with our blog Born in the Sixties: The First Year of Dowling College, 1968-69

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