Nate Cloud

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A University of Delaware All-time basketball great, Nate came to the Blue Hens’ campus following an All-State year at Conrad High School where he averaged 18.8 points per game over three seasons.
His 882 rebounds were still a UD Field House record in 1984. As a senior in 1963 at Delaware, he was Mid-Atlantic Conference (MAC) scoring and rebound champion and” Most Valuable Player” (MVP). Cloud
also was selected University of Delaware’s “Outstanding Senior Athlete” in 1963. He was drafted in the fourth round by the New York Knicks. Nate finished his career playing professional ball for the
Wilmington Blue Bombers.



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