Carl Edwin McNulty (February 14, 1930 – January 14, 2020) was an American professional basketball player. He was born in Logansport, Indiana. McNulty was selected in the 1952 NBA draft by the Minneapolis Lakers after a collegiate career at Purdue. McNulty still holds the Purdue record for rebounds in one game with 27. He toured the United States as a member of the College All-Stars, playing a series of games vs. the Harlem Globetrotters, then entered the U.S. military. After spending two years in the U.S. Navy to meet his military obligation, he returned to civilian life. He played for the Milwaukee Hawks in one game in February 1955 and scored two points.
He chose a career as a high school coach and educator. He spent 29 years as a coach; at Rochester, Elwood, LaPorte and Indianapolis' Warren Central; achieving a record of 413-277 (.599) and 21 winning seasons. In his 18 years (1967-1984) at Kokomo High School, he had a record of 256-172 (.598) and won 13 Sectional titles.
McNulty died on January 14, 2020.
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