Otto Stangel

Otto Stangel
College Wisconsin
Conference Big Ten
Sport Basketball
Position Forward
Nationality American
Born 1889
Died 1956
  • 1911–12 Big Ten Conference
  • Helms Athletic Foundation national champions (1911–12)

Otto Stangel (1889–1956), a native of Two Rivers, Wisconsin, was an NCAA Men's Basketball All-American basketball player at the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1911–12. He led the Big Ten Conference in scoring with 177 points, a record which stood for eight years. The Badgers went undefeated in 1911–12 at 15–0 and were named co-Big Ten champions as well as retroactively-named national champions by the Helms Athletic Foundation. Helms also named Stangel an All-American in 1912.


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