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Southwest Conference (U.S.). Southwest Conference Men's Basketball - Page 111. 1995-1996. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 23, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1602/show/1553.

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Southwest Conference (U.S.). (1995-1996). Southwest Conference Men's Basketball - Page 111. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1602/show/1553

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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
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Transcript All-Time Associated Press Polls I' IfcniMu 1949 5 Duquesne 10. West Virginia 1. Kentucky 6. Notre Dame All-America 2. Oklahoma State 7. Bradley Oscar Robertson (Cincinnati) 3. St. Louis 8. Western Kentucky Jerry West (West Virginia) 4. Illinois 9. Penn State Bob Boozer (Kansas State) 5. Western Kentucky 10. Oklahoma State Bailey Howell (Mississippi State) 6. Minnesota All-America Johnny Cox (Kentucky) 7. Bradley Frank Selvy (Furman) 8. San Francisco John Schlundt (Indiana) 1960 9. Tulane Tom Gola (LaSalle) 1. Cincinnati 10. Bowling Green All-America Cliff Hagan (Kentucky) Bob Pettit (LSU) 2. California 3. Ohio State Tony Lavelli (Yale) 4. Bradley Vince Boryla (Denver) Alex Groza (Kentucky) 1955 1. San Francisco 5. West Virginia 6. Utah Ed Macauley (St. Louis) Ralph Beard (Kentucky) 2. Kentucky 3. LaSalle 4. North Carolina State 7. Indiana 8. Utah State 9. St. Bonaventure 1950 5. Iowa 10. Miami-Florida 1. Bradley 6. Duquesne All-America 2. Ohio State 7. Utah Jerry West (West Virginia) 3. Kentucky 8. Marquette Oscar Robertson (Cincinnati) 4. Holy Cross 9. Dayton Jerry Lucas (Ohio State) 5. North Carolina State 10. Oregon State Darryl Imhoff (Cal) 6. Duquesne All-America Tony Jackson (St. John's) 7. UCLA Tom Gola (LaSalle) 8. Western Kentucky Robin Freeman (Ohio State) 1961 9. St. John's Bill Russell (San Francisco) 1. Ohio State 10. LaSalle Dick Ricketts (Duquesne) 2. Cincinnati All-America Darrell Floyd (Furman) 3. St. Bonaventure Bob Cousy (Holy Cross) Dick Schnittker (Ohio State) 1956 4. Kansas State 5. North Carolina Paul Arizin (Villanova) 1. San Francisco 6. Bradley Paul Unruh (Bradley) 2. North Carolina State 7. Southern Cal Kevin O'Shea (Notre Dame) 3. Dayton 8. Iowa 4. Iowa 9. West Virginia 1951 5. Alabama 10. Duke 1. Kentucky 6. Louisville All-America 2. Oklahoma State 7. SMU Jerry Lucas (Ohio State)* 3. Columbia 8. UCLA Tom Stith (St. Bonaventure) 4. Kansas State 9. Kentucky Terry Dischinger (Purdue) 5. Illinois 10. Illinois Roger Kaiser (Georgia Tech) 6. Bradley All-America Chet Walker (Bradley) 7. Indiana Bill Russell (San Francisco) 8. North Carolina State Robin Freeman (Ohio State) 1962 9. St. John's Si Green (Duquesne) 1. Ohio State 10. St. Louis Darrell Floyd (Furman) 2. Cincinnati All-America Tom Heinsohn (Holy Cross) 3. Kentucky Bill Mikvy (Temple) 4. Mississippi State Sam Ranzino (North Carolina State) 1957 5. Bradley Bill Spivey (Kentucky) 1. North Carolina 6. Kansas State Gene Melchiorre (Bradley) 2. Kansas 7. Utah Clyde Lovellete (Kansas) 3. Kentucky 8. Bowling Green 4. SMU 9. Colorado 1952 5. Seattle 10. Duke 1. Kentucky 6. Louisville All-America 2. Illinois 7. West Virginia Jerry Lucas (Ohio State)* 3. Kansas State 8. Vanderbilt Terry Dischinger (Purdue) 4. Duquesne 9. Oklahoma City Bill McGill (Utah) 5. St. Louis 10. St. Louis Chet Walker (Bradley) 6. Washington All-America Len Chappell (Wake Forest) 7. Iowa Wilt Chamberlain (Kansas) 8. Kansas Lenny Rosenbluth (North Carolina) 1963 1. Cincinnati 2. Duke 9. West Virginia Rod Hundley (West Virginia) 10. St. John's Gary Thompson (Iowa State) All-America Chet Forte (Columbia) 3. Loyola-Chicago Chuck Darling (Iowa) 4. Arizona State Mark Workman (West Virginia) 1958 5. Wichita State Clyde Lovellete (Kansas) Dick Groat (Duke) 1 2 West Virginia Cincinnati 6. Mississippi State 7. Ohio State Cliff Hagan (Kentucky) 3 4 Kansas State San Francisco 8. Illinois 9. NYU 1953 5 Temple 10. Colorado 1. Indiana 6 Maryland All-America 2. Seton Hall 7 Kansas Art Heyman (Duke)* 3. Kansas 8 Notre Dame Ron Bonham (Cincinnati) 4. Washington 9 Kentucky Jerry Harkness (Loyola-Chicago) 5. LSU 10 Duke Gary Bradds (Ohio State) 6. LaSalle Al -America Barry Kramer (NYU) 7. St. John's Wilt Chamberlain (Kansas) 1964 1. UCLA 2. Michigan 3. Duke 4. Kentucky 5. Wichita State 8. Oklahoma State Oscar Robertson (Cincinnati) 9. Duquesne Elgin Baylor (Seattle) 10. Notre Dame Guy Rodgers (Temple) All-America Don Hennon (Pitt) Walter Dukes (Seton Hall) John O'Brien (Seattle) 1959 Bob Houbregs (Washington) Tom Gola (LaSalle) 1. Kansas State 2. Kentucky 6. Oregon State 7. Villanova Ernie Beck (Penn) 3. Mississippi State 4. Bradley 8. Loyola-Chicago 9. DePaul 1954 5. Cincinnati 10. Davidson 1. Kentucky 6. North Carolina State All-America 2. LaSalle 7. Michigan State Gary Bradds (Ohio State)* 3. Holy Cross 8. Auburn Cotton Nash (Kentucky) 4. Indiana 9 North Carolina Walt Hazzard (UCLA) Bill Bradley (Princeton) Dave Stallworth (Wichita State) 1965 1. Michigan 2. UCLA 3. St. Joseph's 4. Providence 5. Vanderbilt 6. Davidson 7. Minnesota 8. Villanova 9. Brigham Young 10. Duke All-America Bill Bradley (Princeton)* Cazzie Russell (Michigan) Rick Barry (Miami-Florida) Gail Goodrich (UCLA) Fred Hetzel (Davidson) Wayne Estes (Utah State-posthumously) 1966 1. Kentucky 2. Duke 3. Texas-El Paso 4. Kansas 5. St. Joseph's 6. Loyola-Chicago 7. Cincinnati 8. Vanderbilt 9. Michigan 10. Western Kentucky All-America Cazzie Russell (Michigan)* Clyde Lee (Vanderbilt) Dave Schellhase (Purdue) Louis Dampier (Kentucky) Dave Bing (Syracuse) 1967 1. UCLA 2. Louisville 3. Kansas 4. North Carolina 5. Princeton 6. Western Kentucky 7. HOUSTON 8. Tennessee 9. Boston College 10. Texas-El Paso All-America Lew Alcindor (UCLA)* Jimmy Walker (Providence) Wes Unseld (Louisville) ELVIN HAYES (HOUSTON) Clem Haskins (Western Kentucky) Coach of the Year: John Wooden (UCLA) 1968 1. HOUSTON 2. UCLA 3. St. Bonaventure 4. North Carolina 5. Kentucky 6. New Mexico 7. Columbia 8. Davidson 9. Louisville 10. Duke All-America ELVIN HAYES (HOUSTON)* Wes Unseld (Louisville) Lew Alcindor (UCLA) Pete Maravich (LSU) Calvin Murphy (Niagara) Coach of the Year: GUY V. LEWIS (HOUSTON) 1969 1. UCLA 2. LaSalle 3. Santa Clara 4. North Carolina 5. Davidson 6. Purdue 7. Kentucky 8. St. John's 9. Duquesne 10. Villanova All-America Lew Alcindor (UCLA)* Pete Maravich (LSU) Spencer Haywood (Detroit) Rick Mount (Purdue) 110 Southwest Conference Basketball SWC