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Bob Sundvold

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Sport(s)  Basketball
1978–1991  Missouri (asst.)
Team  Missouri–St. Louis
Name  Bob Sundvold
1973–1975  Platte CC
Titles  Head coach
1975–1977  South Dakota State

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Born  June 14, 1955 (age 60) Sioux Falls, South Dakota (1955-06-14)
1991–1992  Southwest Missouri State (asst.)
Conference  Great Lakes Valley Conference

Men's Basketball Update With Coach Sundvold

Bob Sundvold (born June 15, 1955) is an American college basketball coach, currently head coach of the Tritons of the NCAA Division II University of Missouri–St. Louis.

Sundvold, the older brother of former NBA player Jon Sundvold, was an all-conference player at South Dakota State. In 1978, he started his coaching career as an assistant to Norm Stewart at Missouri. His first head coaching job came at Division II Central Missouri in 1992, where in four years his teams went 81–39 with three NCAA Tournament berths. From there he moved to Division I UMKC, where he led the Kangaroos to a 43–70 mark from 1996 to 2000.

After spending several seasons as a college assistant coach, announcer, and professional coach in the American Basketball Association, Sundvold returned to college as a head coach in 2013 as he was named head coach of the University of Missouri–St. Louis.


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