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Southwest Conference (U.S.). Southwest Conference Men's Basketball - Page 112. 1995-1996. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 23, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1602/show/1554.

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Southwest Conference (U.S.). (1995-1996). Southwest Conference Men's Basketball - Page 112. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1602/show/1554

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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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Transcript Calvin Murphy (Niagara) Coach of the Year: John Wooden (UCLA) 1970 1. Kentucky 2. UCLA 3. St. Bonaventure 4. Jacksonville 5. New Mexico State 6. South Carolina 7. Iowa 8. Marquette 9. Notre Dame 10. North Carolina State All-America Pete Maravich (LSU)* Dan Issel (Kentucky) Bob Lanier (St. Bonaventure) Rick Mount (Purdue) Calvin Murphy (Niagara) Coach of the Year: John Wooden (UCLA) 1971 1. UCLA 2. Marquette 3. Penn 4. Kansas 5. Southern Cal 6. South Carolina 7. Western Kentucky 8. Kentucky 9. Fordham 10. Ohio State All-America Austin Carr (Notre Dame)* Sidney Wicks (UCLA) Artis Gilmore (Jacksonville) Jim McDaniels (Western Kentucky) Dean Meminger (Marquette) Coach of the Year: Al Maguire (Marquette) 1972 1. UCLA 2. North Carolina 3. Penn 4. Louisville 5. Long Beach State 6. South Carolina 7. Marquette 8. SW Louisiana 9. Brigham Young 10. Florida State All-America Bill Walton (UCLA)* Dwight Lamar (SW Louisiana) Ed Ratleff (Long Beach State) Jim Chones (Marquette) Tom Riker (South Carolina) Coach of the Year: John Wooden (UCLA) 1973 1. UCLA (28) 26-0 632 2. North Carolina St. (3) 27-0 578 3. Long Beach State 25-2 465 4. Providence 25-2 409 5. Marquette 24-3 394 6. Indiana 19-5 288 7. SW Louisiana (1) 23-3 212 8. Maryland 22-6 200 9. Kansas State 22-4 197 10. Minnesota 20-4 179 11. North Carolina 22-7 130 12. Memphis State 21-5 129 13. HOUSTON 23-4 114 14. Syracuse 23-4 112 15. Missouri 21-5 62 16. Arizona State 19-7 37 17. Kentucky 19-7 35 18. Penn 20-5 29 19. Austin Peay 22-5 27 San Francisco 22-4 27 All-America Bill Walton (UCLA)* Ed Ratleff (Long Beach State) David Thompson (North Carol na State) Ernie DiGregorio (Providence) Kermit Washington (American Coach of the Year: John Wooden (UCLA) 1974 1. North Carolina St. (24) 26-1 792 2. UCLA (17) 23-3 748 3. Notre Dame 25-2 652 4. Maryland 23-5 503 5. Providence 27-3 411 6. Vanderbilt 23-3 353 7. Marquette 23-4 327 8. North Carolina 22-5 303 9. Long Beach State 23-2 284 10. Indiana 20-4 241 11. Alabama 22-4 174 12. Michigan 20-4 154 24-3 142 21-5 109 22-4 101 20-5 56 21-6 55 22-5 48 22-6 41 20-7 23 30-0 820 24-3 688 25-2 623 23-4 564 23-4 549 22-7 405 24-3 374 22-6 307 19-8 204 23-4 201 22-5 166 22-5 127 18-10 85 19-10 65 23-5 57 23-4 39 19-8 38 18-8 24 25-4 23 21-7 22 13. Pitt 14. Kansas 15. Southern Cal 16. Louisville 17. New Mexico 18. South Carolina 19. Creighton 20. Dayton All-America Bill Walton (UCLA) Keith Wilkes (UCLA) David Thompson (North Carolina State)* Marvin Barnes (Providence) John Shumate (Notre Dame) Coach of the Year: Norm Sloan (NC State) 1975 1. Indiana (41) 2. UCLA 3. Louisville 4. Maryland 5. Kentucky 6. North Carolina 7. Arizona State 8. North Carolina State 9. Notre Dame 10. Marquette 11. Alabama 12. Cincinnati 13. Oregon State 14. Drake 15. Penn 16. Nevada-Las Vegas 17. Kansas State 18. Southern Cal 19. Centenary 20. Syracuse All-America David Thompson (North Carolina State)* Adrian Dantley (Notre Dame) David Meyers (UCLA) Luther Burden (Utah) Scott May (Indiana) Coach of the Year: Bobby Knight (Indiana) 1976 1. Indiana (47) 2. Marquette (2) 3. Nev.-Las Vegas (1) 4. Rutgers (2) 5. UCLA 6. Alabama 7. Notre Dame 8. North Carolina 9. Michigan 10. Western Michigan 11. Maryland 12. Cincinnati 13. Tennessee 14. Missouri 15. Arizona 16. TEXAS TECH 17. DePaul 18. Virginia 19. Centenary 20. Pepperdine All-America Adrian Dantley (Notre Dame) Scott May (Indiana)* Kent Benson (Indiana) John Lucas (Maryland) Phil Sellers (Rutgers) Coach of the Year: Bobby Knight (Indiana) 1977 1. Michigan (28) 2. UCLA (8) 3. Kentucky (7) 4. Nev.-Las Vegas (5) 5. North Carolina (1) 6. Syracuse 7. Marquette 8. San Francisco 9. Wake Forest 10. Notre Dame 11. Alabama 12. Detroit 13. Minnesota 14. Utah 15. Tennessee 16. Kansas State 17. NC Charlotte 18. ARKANSAS 19. Louisville 20. VMI All-America Marques Johnson (UCLA)* Rickey Green (Michigan) Phil Ford (North Carolina) Kent Benson (Indiana) Bernard King (Tennessee) Coach of the Year: Bob Gaillard (San 28-0 1,008 26-1 888 26-1 732 29-0 720 24-4 631 22-4 540 23-5 451 25-4 294 22-6 287 25-2 190 22-6 131 24-6 126 21-6 106 25-4 97 23-8 79 25-5 75 20-8 37 18-12 27 23-5 25 22-5 20 25-3 893 24-4 836 25-3 775 26-2 743 25-4 638 26-3 407 21-7 347 29-2 232 23-6 226 21-6 185 25-4 184 25-3 167 22-3 158 22-6 139 20-') 133 23-7 117 24-3 1 00 26-2 98 21-7 60 26-3 36 20- 790 597 5 I 9 4SS 421 387 354 313 241 214 164 97 94 81 73 69 44 32 20 Francisco) 1978 1. Kentucky (29) 2. UCLA (11) 3. DePaul (1) 4. Michigan State (1) 5. ARKANSAS 6. Notre Dame 7. Duke 8. Marquette 9. Louisville 10. Kansas 11. San Francisco 12. New Mexico 13. Indiana 14. Utah(l) 15. Florida State 16. North Carolina 17. TEXAS 18. Detroit 19. Miami-Ohio 20. Penn All-America Phil Ford (North Carolina) Butch Lee (Marquette)* Mychal Thompson (Minnesota) Larry Bird (Indiana State) David Greenwood (UCLA) Coach of the Year: EDDIE SUTTON (ARKANSAS) 1979 1. Indiana State (50) 30-0 1,072 2. UCLA (2) 24-4 997 3. Michigan State (2) 22-6 974 4. Notre Dame . 23-5 917 5. ARKANSAS 24-4 779 6. DePaul 23-5 732 7. LSU 23-5 662 8. Syracuse 26-3 657 9. North Carolina 23-6 594 10. Marquette 22-6 573 11. Duke 22-8 484 12. San Francisco 22-6 389 13. Louisville 24-7 371 14. Penn 23-5 341 15. Purdue 24-7 337 16. Oklahoma 21-9 275 17. St. John's 20-10 175 18. Rutgers 22-8 125 19. Toledo 22-7 115 20. Iowa 20-8 113 All-America Larry Bird (Indiana State)* Bill Cartwright (San Francisco) David Greenwood (UCLA) SIDNEY MONCRIEF (ARKANSAS) Earvin "Magic" Johnson (Michigan State) Coach of the Year: Bill Hodges (Indiana State) 1980 1. DePaul 2. Louisville 3. LSU 4. Kentucky 5. Oregon State 6. Syracuse 7. Indiana 8. Maryland 9. Notre Dame 10. Ohio State 11. Georgetown 12. BYU 13. St. John's 14. Duke 15. North Carolina 16. Missouri 17. Weber State 18. Arizona State 19. lona 20. Purdue 1981 1. DePaul 2. Oregon State 3. Arizona State 4. LSU 5. Virginia 6. North Carolina 7. Notre Dame 8. Kentucky 9. Indiana 10. UCLA 11. Wake Forest 12. Louisville 13. Iowa 14. Utah 15. Tennessee 16. BYU 17. Wyoming 18. Maryland 19. Illinois 20. ARKANSAS 27-2 1,112 29-3 1,058 1982 1. North Carolina 2. DePaul 3. Virginia 4. Oregon State 5. Missouri 6. Georgetown 7. Minnesota 8. Idaho 9. Memphis State 10. Tulsa 11. Fresno State 12. ARKANSAS 13. Alabama 14. West Virginia 15. Kentucky 16. Iowa 17. Ala.-Birmingham 18. Wake Forest 19. UCLA 20. Louisville 1983 1. HOUSTON (52) 2. Louisville (4) 3. St. John's 4. Virginia 5. Indiana 6. Nevada-Las Vegas 7. UCLA 8. North Carolina 9. ARKANSAS 10. Missouri 11. Boston College 12. Kentucky 13. Villanova 14. Wichita State 15. Tenn.-Chattanooga 16. North Carolina St. 17. Memphis State 18. Georgia 19. Oklahoma State 20. Georgetown All-America Ralph Sampson (Virginia)* Dale Ellis (Tennessee) Patrick Ewing (Georgetown) Michael Jordan (North Carolina) Wayman Tisdale (Oklahoma) Coach of the Year: GUY V. LEWIS (HOUSTON) 1984 1. North Carolina (51) 27-2 1,240 2. Georgetown (8) 29-3 1,142 3. Kentucky (1) 26-4 1,059 4. DePaul (2) 26-2 1,055 5. HOUSTON 28-4 1,013 6. Illinois 24-4 903 7. Oklahoma 29-4 8. ARKANSAS 24-6 9. Texas-El Paso 27-3 10. Purdue 22-6 11. Maryland 23-7 12. Tulsa 27-3 13. Nevada-Las Vegas 27-5 14. Duke 24-9 15. Washington 22-6 16. Memphis State 24-6 17. Oregon State 22-6 18. Syracuse 22-8 19. Wake Forest 21-8 20. Temple 25-4 All-America Wayman Tisdale (Oklahoma) Sam Perkins (North Carolina) Patrick Ewing (Georgetown) HAKEEM OLAJUWON (HOUSTON) Michael Jordan (North Carolina)* Coach of the Year: Ray Meyer (DePaul) 27-4 27-4 23-5 28-2 23-5 26-7 25-3 26-7 24-6 21-7 22-7 25-3 26-3 20-10 22-7 21-9 24-6 21-9 997 891 848 738 699 657 576 487 477 473 448 432 235 234 228 176 150 147 767 732 689 659 634 526 408 389 376 357 204 161 128 120 1985 1. Georgetown (63) 30-2 1,260 2. Michigan 25-3 1,175 3. St. John's 27-3 1,124 4. Oklahoma 28-5 1,061 5. Memphis State 27-3 1,004 6. Georgia Tech 24-7 901 7. North Carolina 24-8 794 8. Louisiana Tech 27-2 737 9. Nevada-Las Vegas 27-3 ^24 10. Duke 22-7 653 11. Va. Commonwealth 25-5 581 12. Illinois 24-8 518 13. Kansas 25-7 506 14. Loyola-Chicago 25-5 417 15. Syracuse 21-8 35 1 16. North Carolina St. 20-9 262 17. TEXAS TECH 23-7 111 18. Tulsa 23-7 138 19. Georgia 21-8 132 20. Louisiana State 19-9 105 SWC Southwest Conference Basketball Ml