Eugene Andrew Stump
November 13, 1923
1940-41 St. Rita's - Chicago (High School)
1941-42 St. Rita's - Chicago (High School)
1942-43 St. Rita's - Chicago (High School)
1943-44 DePaul University (College)
1944-45 DePaul University (College)
1945-46 DePaul University (College)
1946-47 DePaul University (College)
1947-48 Boston Celtics (BAA)
1948-49 Boston Celtics (BAA)
1949-50 Minneapolis Lakers (NBA)
1949-50 Waterloo Hawks (NBA)
Stump attended St. Rita's in Chicago, and then moved on the DePaul, where he was a prolific scorer and teammate of the legendary George Mikan. Gene played two years for the Celtics before splitting the 1949-50 season between the Lakers and the Hawks.
He married Elizabeth Coakley and they had seven sons and two daughters.