Finding Aid for Dwain Mintz Personal Papers, 1960-1989
The collection contains course materials, athletic budget requests, letters of intent, recruitment information, and biographical information.
University of Wisconsin--Stout -- Athletics
Dwain, Mintz was already one of the most successful junior college coaches in the country when he came to Stout in 1962. Within three years of his arrival, the Stout basketball team won the conference championship (1965-1966) with a 20-3 record. Over the course of his 27-year career at Stout, the basketball team compiled a 385-280 game record. Upon his retirement in 1989, Chancellor Charles Sorensen stated, "Coach Mintz has been a major influence on the Wisconsin State University Conference. He has been part of that group of coaches who helped gain national attention for the quality basketball played in the conference."