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Southwest Conference (U.S.). Southwest Conference Men's Basketball - Page 113. 1995-1996. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 30, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1602/show/1555.

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Southwest Conference (U.S.). (1995-1996). Southwest Conference Men's Basketball - Page 113. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1602/show/1555

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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-America Patrick Ewing (Georgetown) Keith Lee (Memphis State) Xavier McDaniel (Wichita State) Chris Mullin (St. John's) Wayman Tisdale (Oklahoma) Coach of the Year: Bill Frieder (Michigan) 1986 Duke (63) Kansas (1) Kentucky St. John's Michigan Georgia Tech Louisville 8. North Carolina 9. Syracuse 10. Notre Dame 11. Nevada-Las Vegas 12. Memphis State 13. Georgetown 14. Bradley Oklahoma Indiana Navy Michigan State Illinois Texas-El Paso All-America Len Bias (Maryland) Kenny Walker (Kentucky) Walter Berry (St. John's)* Steve Alford (Indiana) Johnny Dawkins (Duke) Coach of the Year: Eddie 32-2 1,279 31-3 1,213 2^-3 1,123 30-4 1,082 2^-4 995 25-6 958 26-~ 839 26-5 sow 25-5 805 23-5 647 3 1 -4 585 27-5 554 23-7 468 31-2 461 26-8 318 21-7 272 27-4 24S 21-7 182 21-9 159 2"7-5 83 Sutton (Kentucky) 1987 1. UNLV (65) 2. North Carolina 3. Indiana 4. Georgetown 5. DePaul 6. Iowa 7. Purdue 8. Temple 9. Alabama 10. Syracuse 11. Illinois 12. Pittsburgh 13. Clemson 14. Missouri 15. UCLA 16. New Orleans 17. Duke 18. Notre Dame 19. TCU 20. Kansas All-America Steve Alford (Indiana) Danny Manning (Kansas) David Robinson (Navy)* Reggie Williams (Georgetown) Kenny Smith (North Carolina) Coach of the Year: Tom Davis (Iowa) 1988 33-1 1,300 29-3 1,146 24-4 1,135 26-4 1,068 2^-2 1,021 27-4 949 24-4 922 31-3 884 26-4 843 26-6 692 23-7 667 24-7 534 25-5 387 24-9 349 24-6 337 25-3 305 22-8 201 22-7 201 23-6 165 23-10 138 Temple (51) Arizona (8) Purdue (1) Oklahoma Duke Kentucky North Carolina 8. Pittsburgh 9. Syracuse 10. 11. 12. Michigan Bradley UNLV 13. Wyoming 14. North Carolina St. Loyola-Marymount Illinois Iowa Xavier, Ohio Brigham Young Kansas State All-America Sean Elliott (Arizona) Gary Grant (Michigan) Hersey Hawkins (Bradley)* Danny Manning (Kansas) J.R. Reid (North Carolina) Coach of the Year: John Chaney, (Temple) 29-1 31-2 27-3 30-3 25-6 25-5 24-6 23-6 25-8 24-7 26-4 27-5 26-5 24-7 27-3 22-9 22-9 26-3 25-5 22-8 1,187 1,123 1,059 1,053 919 915 734 721 686 605 549 533 446 418 335 302 198 166 142 122 1989 199 2 1. Arizona (46) 27-3 1,219 1. Duke (64) 28-2 1,624 2. Georgetown (13) 26-4 1,155 2. Kansas 26-4 1,543 3. Illinois (3) 27-4 1,121 3. Ohio St 23-5 1,461 4. Oklahoma 28-5 989 4. UCLA 25-4 1,390 5. North Carolina 27-7 976 5. Indiana 23-6 1,266 6. Missouri 27-7 875 6. Kentucky 26-6 1,242 7. Syracuse 27-7 863 7. UNLV(l) 26-2 1,182 8. Indiana 25-7 834 8. Southern Cal. 23-5 1,164 9. Duke 24-^ 808 9. Arkansas 25-7 1,081 10. Michigan 24-7 666 10. Arizona 24-6 1,045 11. Seton Hall 26-6 582 11. Oklahoma St. 26-7 957 12. Louisville 22-8 518 12. Cincinnati 25-4 008 13. Stanford 26-6 481 13. Alabama 25-8 685 14. Iowa 22-9 379 14. Michigan St. 21-7 640 15. UNLV 26-7 338 15. Michigan 20-8 634 16. Florida State 22-7 328 16. Missouri 20-6 557 17. West Virginia 25-4 216 17. Massachusetts 28-4 533 18. Ball State 28-2 143 18. North Carolina 2 1 -9 486 19. N.C. State 20-S 115 19. Seton Hall 21-8 471 20. Alabama 23-7 101 20. Florida St. 20-9 42" All-America 21. Syracuse 21-9 363 Sherman Douglas (Syracuse) 22. Georgetown 21-9 328 Sean Elliott (Arizona)* 23. Oklahoma 21-8 243 Danny Ferry (Duke) 24. DePaul 20-8 189 Chris Jackson (LSU) 25. LSU 20-9 161 Stacey King (Oklahoma) Coach of the Year: Bob Knight (Indiana) All-America Christian Laettner, Duke* 1990 Shaquille O'Neal, LSU 1. Oklahoma 27-5 Jim Jackson, Ohio State 2. UNLV 35-5 Harold Miner, Southern Cal. 3. Connecticut 31-6 Alonzo Mourning, Georgetown 4. Michigan State 28-6 Coach of the Year: Rov Will ams, Kansas 5. Kansas 30-5 6. Syracuse 26-7 1993 7. ARKANSAS 30-5 1. Indiana (39) 28-3 1,580 8. Georgetown 24-7 2. Kentucky (9) 26-3 1,518 9. Georgia Tech 28-7 3. Michigan (9) 26-4 1,504 10. Purdue 22-8 4. North Carolina (7) 28-4 1,488 11. Missouri 26-6 5. Arizona 24-3 1,328 12. LaSalle 30-2 6. Seton Hall 27-6 1,325 13. Michigan 23-8 7. Cincinnati 24-4 1,193 14. Arizona 25-7 8. Vanderbilt 26-5 1,143 15. Duke 29-9 9. Kansas 25-6 1,073 16. Louisville 27-8 10. Duke 23-7 1,052 17. Clemson 28-9 11. Florida State 22-9 895 18. Illinois 21-8 12. Arkansas 20-8 758 19. LSU 23-9 13. Iowa 22-8 757 20. Minnesota 23-9 14. Massachusetts 23-6 748 21. Loyola Marymount 26-6 15. Louisville 20-8 724 22. Oregon State 22-7 16. Wake Forest 19-8 640 23. Alabama 26-9 17. New Orleans 26-3 464 24. New Mexico State 26-5 18. Georgia Tech 19-10 447 25. Xavier, Ohio 28-5 19. Utah 23-6 425 All-America 20. Western Kentucky 24-5 312 Derrick Coleman (Syracuse) 21. New Mexico 24-6 306 Chris Jackson (LSU) 22. Purdue 18-9 218 Larry Johnson (UNLV) 2.3. Oklahoma State 19-8 175 Gary Payton (Oregon State) 24. New Mexico State 25-7 120 Lionel Simmons (LaSalle)* 25. UNLV 21-7 107 Coach of the Year: Jim Calhoun (Connecticut) All-America 1991 Calbert Cheaney, Indiana* 1. UNLV (64) 30-0 1,600 Anfernee Hardaway, Memphis St. 2. ARKANSAS 31-3 1,590 Jamal Mashburn, Kentucky 3. Indiana 27-4 1,446 Bobby Hurley, Duke 4. North Carolina 25-5 1,398 Chris Webber, Michigan 5. Ohio State 25-3 1,398 Coach of the Year: Eddie Fogler, Vanderbilt 6. Duke 26-7 1,234 7. Syracuse 26-5 1,232 8. Arizona 26-6 1,203 9. Kentucky 22-6 952 10. Utah 28-3 923 11. Nebraska 26-7 878 12. Kansas 22-7 796 13. Seton Hall 22-8 785 14. Oklahoma State 22-7 691 15. New Mexico State 23-5 687 16. UCLA 23-8 609 17. East Tennessee St. 28-4 589 18. Princeton 24-2 517 19. Alabama 21-9 469 20. St. John's 20-8 \M 21. Mississippi State 20-8 319 22. LSU 20-9 290 23. TEXAS 22-8 234 24. DePaul 20-8 164 25. Southern Miss 21-7 154 All-America Larry Johnson, UNLV* Billy Owens, Syracuse Stacey Augmon, UNLV Shaquille O'Neal, LSU Kenny Anderson, Georgia Tech Coach of the Year: Randy Ayers, Ohi o State 1994 1. North Carolina (37) 27-6 1,576 2. Arkansas(16) 25-3 1,546 3. Purdue (11) 26-4 1,493 4. Connecticut 27-4 1,400 5. Missouri 25-3 1,352 6. Duke 23-5 1,252 7. Kentucky 26-6 1,236 8. Massachusetts (1) 27-6 1,229 9. Arizona 25-5 1,095 10. Louisville 26-5 1,039 11. Michigan 21-7 996 12. Temple 22-7 840 13. Kansas 25-7 777 14. Florida 25-7 758 15. Syracuse 21-6 743 16. California 22-7 574 17. UCLA 21-6 559 18. Indiana 19-8 396 19. Oklahoma State 23-9 384 20. TEXAS 25-7 291 21. Marquette 22-8 265 22. Nebraska 20-9 217 23. Minnesota 20-11 202 24. Saint Louis 23-5 192 25. Cincinnati 22-9 188 All-America Glenn Robinson, Purdue* Jason Kidd, California Donyell Marshall, Connecticut Grant Hill, Duke Clifford Rozier, Louisville Coach of the Year: Norm Stewart, Missouri 1995 1. UCLA (64) 25-2 1,624 2. Kentucky (1) 25-4 1,552 3. Wake Forest 24-5 1,473 4. North Carolina 24-5 1,347 5. Kansas 23-5 1,344 6. Arkansas 27-6 1,322 7. Massachusetts 26-4 1,256 8. Connecticut 25-4 1,123 9. Villanova 25-7 1,095 10. Maryland 24-7 986 11. Michigan State 22-5 972 12. Purdue 24-6 929 13. Virginia 22-8 854 14. Oklahoma State 23-9 736 15. Arizona 23-7 700 16. Arizona State 22-8 638 17. Oklahoma 23-8 497 18. Mississippi State 20-7 492 19. Utah 27-5 466 20. Alabama 22-9 306 21. Western Kentucky 26-3 248 22. Georgetown 19-9 220 23. Missouri 19-8 202 24. Iowa State 22-10 194 25. Syracuse 19-9 103 All-America Joe Smith, Maryland* Jerry Stackhouse, North Carolina Ed O'Bannon, UCLA Shawn Respert, Michigan State Damon Stoudamire, Arizona Coach of the Year: Kelvin Sampson, Oklahoma *Player of the Year 112 Southwest Conference Basketball SWC