Jim KerwinBasketball Player, 1962-68
- Kerwin set Tulane's all-time career scoring mark with 1,462 points in 1960-63 (since broken).
- Also set the single season mark with 509 points and a 23.1 average in 1961-62.
- Established the school's single-game mark (still standing as of 2016) with 45 points against SOutheastern Louisiana in 1961.
- Also set the school's field-goal mark with 20 in that same game.
- His career scoring average of 22.3 points is still the best-ever for the Green Wave.
- Named a Helms All-American in 1962 and 1963 and was All-SEC those same years.
- Passed up some 75 Division I scholarships to attend Tulane University.
- Named 1962 SEC Sophomore of the Year and 1964 SEC scoring king, while garnering consensus All-American honors that same year.
- Played four years of semi-pro ball with the Phillips Sixers in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.
- Five-time Oklahoma Junior College Coach of the year.
- Elected to the Hall of Fame in 1986.