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PressBox's inaugural Best Of Baltimore Sports is here, featuring more than 50 honorees, including best team, best newcomer, best stadium indulgence and much more.

Best Goodbyes   

Bill Nelson and Nancy Funk

The Johns Hopkins' basketball program said goodbye to two titans this year when men's coach Bill Nelson and women's coach Nancy Funk announced their retirements.

During his 37 years as a collegiate head coach, Nelson compiled a 606-365 record and became the 18th coach in NCAA Division III history to reach the career 600-win mark.

In her 31-year career, Funk coached the Blue Jays to a 537-264 record, 26 winning seasons, four Centennial Conference titles and 10 NCAA Division III Tournament appearances.

See Also: 
• Bill Nelson's Career At Johns Hopkins A Study In Excellence 
• Johns Hopkins' Nancy Funk Ends Memorable Coaching Career 

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Johns Hopkins Athletics


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