Don Meyer spent a long and successful career at three different schools, coaching college basketball. During that time, he went from Hamline to Lipscomb, before ending his career at Northern State. During that career, which started in 1972, Don Meyer accumulated an overall record of 923-324. He also won a championship at the NAIA level. Those 923 wins were, for a while, the most by a college coach with a stint at an NCAA member school — ever. It wasn’t until Coach K passed him in 2011 that his record fell.
Cedar Valley Daily Times
WAVERLY – As St. Paul’s Lutheran Church and School commemorates Lent, historical presentations that touch on various subjects pertaining to St. Paul’s rich history is something that is highly encouraged to the general audience to attend to. Don Meyer is a member of the church who will be discussing on March 23 how important it was for the current St. Paul’s sanctuary to be built.