Roy Mundorff

Roy Mundorff (1902-1966)

Teams coached: Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Georgia Tech record: 173-134 (.564)
Overall record: 173-134 (.564)

Career Accomplishments:

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

1926-1943 Georgia Tech

Roy Mundorff Facts

  • Roy M. Mundorff
  • Born February 20, 1902
  • Died December 2, 1966
  • Alma Mater: University of Pennsylvania (BA, 1921)
  • Spent 17 years as the head coach at Georgia Tech, going 173-134 during his tenure
    • While much of his time at Tech was pre-NCAA Tournament, he led the Yellow Jackets to a sweep of the SEC regular season and Tournament titles in 1938
    • Also coached the Yellow Jackets’ baseball team and served as assistant athletic director
    • Inducted into the Georgia Tech Sports Hall of Fame (c/o 1968)
  • Later on served as the assistant athletic director at Louisville and was coordinator of officials for the SEC
  • Passed away in December 1966 at the age of 64 a day after suffering a heart attack while attending a Tech game in Atlanta

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