Howie Dallmar

Howie Dallmar (1922-1991)

Teams coached: Penn Quakers, Stanford Cardinal
Penn record: 105-51 (.673)
Stanford record: 256-264 (.492)
Overall record: 361-315 (.534)

Career Accomplishments:


Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

1954-1975 Stanford
1948-1954 Penn

Howie Dallmar Facts

  • Howard Dallmar
  • Born May 24, 1922
  • Died December 19, 1991
  • Hometown: San Francisco, California
  • Alma Mater: Stanford University (BA, 1948) / University of Pennsylvania
  • Graduated from Lowell HS in San Francisco before starting his career at Stanford playing for Hall of Fame coach Everett Dean
  • Spent three seasons playing for the Philadelphia Warriors in the BAA, winning the league title in 1947
  • Started his coaching career at Penn in 1948, going 105-51 over six seasons as the Quakers’ head coach
    • Led the program to an Ivy League title in 1953, reaching the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history
    • Also coached the baseball team for six years, winning a league title in 1953
  • Left Penn for Stanford in 1954, coaching at his alma mater for the next 21 seasons
  • Passed away in 1991 from congestive heart failure at the age of 69

Howie Dallmar Coaching Tree

  • Dick Harter (Charlotte Hornets, Penn State, Oregon, Penn, Rider)