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Southwest Conference (U.S.). Southwest Conference Men's Basketball - Page 77. 1995-1996. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 21, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1602/show/1519.

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Southwest Conference (U.S.). (1995-1996). Southwest Conference Men's Basketball - Page 77. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1602/show/1519

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Title Southwest Conference Men's Basketball
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  • Southwest Conference (U.S.)
Publisher Southwest Conference (U.S.)
Date 1995-1996
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  • Basketball
  • College sports
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  • Southwest Conference (U.S.)
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  • programs (documents)
Language English
Physical Description 160 page document
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Original Item Location ID 2009-006, Box 7, Folder 9
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Transcript Red Raider Coaching Staff Head Coach James Dickey Dickey's Career 1991-92 *TexasTech .... 15-14 1992-93 ##Texas Tech . . . 18-12 17-11 20-10 1993-94 Texas Tech 1994-95 #Texas Tech 1995-96 Texas Tech Overall Total ... four years, 70-47 (.598) Tech Total four years, 70-47 (.598) ^denotes SWC Coach of the Year #denotes NIT ##denotes NCAA Tournament James Dickey (Central Arkansas '76) James Dickey became Texas Tech's 11th head basketball coach in April of 1991 and has turned the Red Raiders back into one of the more competitive teams in the Southwest Conference. The 41-year old Dickey led the Red Raiders to an 18-12 overall record in 1992-93, but those are not the impressive numbers. The clean sweep and 3-0 record that enabled the Techsters to win the 1993 SWC Post-Season Classic (as the #5 seed in the tourney) is what has Tech fans aglow over their personable head coach and his program. Dickey, who again led Tech to the postseason with an NIT berthand 20- 10 record in 1994-95, has learned his trade from some of the best college basketball coaches in the country and his career as an assistant at some of the more prestigious roundball schools in the U.S. hasn't hurt any at all. The coaching desires burned so deep within him that he began his career at the small college level as he served on the staff at Harding College in Searcy, Ark., for the 1976-77 season. During his stint with the Bison program he earned his Masters degree. He moved to the high school ranks the following season as he accepted the head coaching duties at Harding Academy, just across town from his previous job. He served as the school's head coach for two seasons, compiling an impressive mark of 43-36 and leading his squad to the conference title in 1978. He was named the conference's "Coach of the Year" following that campaign. After the '81 season, as an assistant at Central Arkansas, Dickey served on coach Eddie Sutton's staff at Arkansas for four years and helped lead UA to a record of 96-30 in that time. The Razorbacks put together four straight NCAA tournament appearances and won the 1982 Southwest Conference regular season and post-season titles. When Sutton made the move to Kentucky in 1985 he packed Dickey's bags almost as fast as his own and the two struck out for the Southeastern Conference. Dickey took a season off from the coaching ranks in 1989-90 and was involved in family business. He joined the Texas Tech staff in July of 1990 and spent the following season as an assistant coach. A coaching change following that campaign saw him named the interim head coach and then on April 10, 1991 he officially became Texas Tech's 11th head coach. He took the 1991-92 club that was his first as ahead coach and led them to that 15-14 overall mark, while finishing 6-8 and in fifth place in the Southwest Conference standings. The "experts" had picked the Raiders last in the league in pre-season polls after four straight losing seasons. The merits of his successful debut in the head coaching ranks were duly recognized as he was named consensus Southwest Conference "Coach of the Year" and the District "Coach of the Year" by the NABC for his efforts. M. Greg Pinkney Asst. Coach 806/742-3367 / r* Robert Brashear Asst. Coach 806/742-3367 Will Flemons Asst. Coach 806/742-3367 Lubbock Municipal Coliseum 76 Southwest Conference Basketball