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Stu Vetter Interesting Facts and Firsts


• Architect of Four Nationally Ranked Programs
        • Montrose Christian ('99-Present)
        • St. John's Prospect Hall ('97-'98)
        • Harker Prep ('91-'93)
        • Flint Hill ('75-'90)
• Guided 3 Separate Teams to a National Championship
        • Montrose Christian ('10-'11) *ESPN Rise
        • St. John's Prospect Hall ('97-'98) *USA Today
        • Flint Hill ('86-'87) *USA Today
• Twice Named National Coach of the Year: USA Today ( ’85-’86 & ’97-’98)
• 37 year coaching record 878 and 113 an .886 winning percentage
• Inducted into the Washington Metro Basketball Hall (2012)
• The only coach to guide four High School teams to the USA Today’s Top 10
• Coach Vetter has had a McDonalds All-American at all four High Schools.
• Ranked in the USA Today’ Super Top 25 at some point of the season every year
    (since the poll began in 1982-83 season).
• Only coach in H.S. Basketball history to win National Championships at 3 schools
        • Montrose Christian ('10-'11) *ESPN Rise
        • St. John's Prospect Hall ('97-'98) *USA Today
        • Flint Hill ('86-'87) *USA Today
• Holds the Longest Winning Streak in the Washington, D.C. Area - 59 games (’85-’88)
• Winning coach in famous Montrose vs. Oak Hill basketball game (March 4th, 2006)
        • Game featured in "The Great Book of Washington DC Sports List" as one of the
          two greatest high school games in Washington Area history
        • Written by Andy Polin and Leonard Shapiro
• Coached Over 100 Division I Players
• 1st Coach  to have 2 McDonalds All-Americans on the same team
    (Aaron Bain & George Lynch at Flint Hill)
• Played and won the First Nationally Televised High School Game (vs. Pine Bluff, AR)
        • On ESPN, Dec. 8th 1987
        • Commentators Dick Vital, John Sanders and Chris Fowler
• Won the 2011 ESPN RISE National High School Tournament

Former Players >


"In Vetter's program, kids are prepared for college as well as any other program in the country.  They learn responsibility, discipline; and they identify with team goals.  And the discipline is not just on the court but off it as well.  His kids are not just good players, but gentlemen."

- Coach Mike Krzyzewski
- Duke University
- US Olympic Coach

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