1964-65 Trenton Colonials Roster

Eastern Professional Basketball League (EPBL)
Team Record: 7-21
Finishing 7th in the EPBL
Coach: Jocko Collins (2-6)
Coach: Chick Craig (5-10)
Coach: Frank Keitt (0-5)
Location: Trenton, New Jersey
1964-65 Trenton Colonials Statistics

The Trenton Colonials of the Eastern Professional Basketball League ended the 1964-65 season with a record of 7 wins and 21 losses, finishing seventh in the EPBL.

Bruce Spraggins scored a team-best 657 points for the Colonials, and Stacey Arceneaux contributed 17 or more per game also. Stacey Arceneaux racked up 336 rebounds. Frank Keitt dished out 101 assists for the squad.

Jocko Collins, Chick Craig and Frank Keitt coached the team.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Stacey ArceneauxFFebruary 17, 19366'4"210Iowa State (dnp) ?
Al ButlerGJuly 9, 19386'2"175NiagaraRochester, NY USA
Walter DukesCJune 23, 19307'0"220Seton HallYoungstown, OH USA
Rich Glover
Russ Gordon6'5"Temple
Ira HargeCMarch 14, 19416'9"225New MexicoAnguila, MS USA
Cleo HillGMay 24, 19386'1"185Winston-Salem StateNewark, NJ USA
Frank KeittG6'0"Shaw
David LeeFMarch 31, 19426'7"225San FranciscoModesto, CA USA
Gailand Logan
Bill Lundberg6'8"Mississippi Southern
Shelly McMillan
Julius Meyers
Preston Ross6'7"None
Bruce SpragginsF6'5"188Virginia UnionWilliamsburg, VA USA
Tink Van PattonF6'8"Temple
Rick Werkman

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