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Southwest Conference (U.S.). Southwest Conference Men's Basketball - Page 114. 1995-1996. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 4, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1602/show/1556.

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Southwest Conference (U.S.). (1995-1996). Southwest Conference Men's Basketball - Page 114. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1602/show/1556

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Southwest Conference (U.S.), Southwest Conference Men's Basketball - Page 114, 1995-1996, University of Houston Sports Championship Publications, Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries, accessed July 4, 2015, http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1602/show/1556.

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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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Digital Collection University of Houston Sports Championship Publications
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Transcript IBffsfR?* y All-Time United Press International Polls 1951 2. North Carolina State 1961 1. Kentucky 3. Dayton 1. Ohio State 2. Oklahoma State 4. Iowa 2. Cincinnati 3. Kansas State 5. Alabama 3. St. Bonaventure 4. Illinois 6. SMU 4. Kansas State 5. Columbia 7. Louisville 5. Southern Cal 6. Bradley 8. Illinois 6. North Carolina 7. North Carolina State 9. UCLA 7. Bradley 8. Indiana 10. Vanderbilt 8. St. John's 9. St. John's All-America 9. Duke 10. Brigham Young Bill Russell (San Francisco)* 10. West Virginia All-America Si Green (Duquesne) All-America Bill Mikvy (Temple) Robin Freeman (Ohio State) Jerry Lucas (Ohio State)* Sam Ranzino (North Carolina State) Darrell Floyd (Furman) Tom Stith (St. Bonaventure) Bill Spivey (Kentucky) K.C. Jones (San Francisco) Terry Dischinger (Purdue) Gene Melchiorre (Bradley) Coach: Phil Woolpert (San Francisco) Roger Kaiser (Georgia Tech) Clyde Lovellete (Kansas) Chet Walker (Bradley) 1957 Coach: Fred Taylor (Ohio State) 1952 1. North Carolina 1. Kentucky 2. Kansas 1962 2. Illinois 3. Kentucky 1. Ohio State 3. Kansas 4. SMU 2. Cincinnati 4. Duquesne 5. Seattle 3. Kentucky 5. Washington 6. California 4. Mississippi State 6. Kansas State 7. Michigan State 5. Kansas State 7. St. Louis 8. Louisville 6. Bradley 8. Iowa 9. UCLA 7. Wake Forest 9. St. John's 10. St. Louis 8. Colorado 10. Wyoming All-America 9. Bowling Green All-America Wilt Chamberlain (Kansas) 10. Utah Chuck Darling (Iowa) Chet Forte (Columbia)* All-America Mark Workman (West Virginia) Lenny Rosenbluth (North Carolina) Jerry Lucas (Ohio State)* Clyde Lovellete (Kansas) Grady Wallace (South Carolina) Terry Dischinger (Purdue) Dick Groat (Duke) Rod Hundley (West Virginia) Bill McGill (Utah) Cliff Hagan (Kentucky) Coach: Frank McGuire (North Carolina) Chet Walker (Bradley) John Havlicek (Ohio State) 1953 1958 Coach: Fred Taylor (Ohio State) 1. Indiana 1. West Virginia 2 Washington 2. Cincinnati 1963 3 LaSalle 3. San Francisco 1. Cincinnati 4 Seton Hall 4. Kansas State 2 Duke 5 Kansas 5. Temple 3 Arizona State 6 LSU 6. Maryland 4 Loyola-Chicago 7 Oklahoma State 7. Notre Dame 5 Illinois 8 North Carolina State 8. Kansas 6 Wichita State 9 Kansas State 9. Dayton 7 Mississippi State 10 Illinois 10. Indiana 8 Ohio State All-America All-America 9 Colorado Walter Dukes (Seton Hall) Wilt Chamberlain (Kansas) 10 Stanford John O'Brien (Seattle) Oscar Robertson (Cincinnati)* All-America Bob Houbregs (Washington) Elgin Baylor (Seattle) Art Heyman (Duke)* Tom Gola (LaSalle) Guy Rodgers (Temple) Ron Bonham (Cincinnati) Ernie Beck (Penn) Don Hennon (Pitt) Jerry Harkness (Loyola-Chicago) 1954 Coach: Tex Winter (Kansas State) Gary Bradds (Ohio State) Tom Thacker (Cincinnati) 1. Indiana 1959 Coach: Ed Jucker (Cincinnati) 2 Kentucky 1. Kansas State 1964 3 Duquesne 2. Kentucky 1. UCLA 4 Oklahoma State 3. Michigan State 2. Michigan 5 Notre Dame 4. Cincinnati 3. Kentucky 6 Western Kentucky 5. North Carolina State 4. Duke 7 Kansas 6. (tie) North Carolina 5. Oregon State 8 LSU Mississippi State 6. Wichita State 9 Holy Cross 8. Bradley 7. Villanova 10 Iowa 9. California 8. Loyola-Chicago All-America 10. Auburn 9. Texas-El Paso Frank Selvy (Furman) All-America 10. Davidson John Schlundt (Indiana) Oscar Robertson (Cincinnati)* All-America Tom Gola (LaSalle) Bailey Howell (Mississippi State) Gary Bradds (Ohio State)* Cliff Hagan (Kentucky) Bob Boozer (Kansas State) Walt Hazzard (UCLA) Bob Pettit (LSU) Jerry West (West Virginia) Cotton Nash (Kentucky) Don Hennon (Pitt) Bill Bradley (Princeton) 1955 Coach: Adolph Rupp (Kentucky) Dave Stallworth (Wichita State) 1. San Francisco Coach: John Wooden (UCLA) 2. Kentucky 1960 3. LaSalle 1. California 1965 4. Utah 2. Cincinnati 1. Michigan 5. Iowa 3. Ohio State 2. UCLA 6. North Carolina State 4. Bradley 3. St. Joseph's (Pa.) 7. Duquesne 5. Utah 4. Providence 8. Oregon State 6. West Virginia 5. Vanderbilt 9. Marquette 7. Utah State 6. Brigham Young 10. Dayton 8. Georgia Tech 7. Davidson All-America 9. Villanova 8. Minnesota Tom Gola (LaSalle)* 10. Indiana 9. Duke Bill Russell (San Francisco) All-America 10. San Francisco Dick Garmaker (Minnesota) Jerry West (West Virginia) All-America Si Green (Duquesne) Oscar Robertson (Cincinnati)* Bill Bradley (Princeton)* Dick Ricketts (Duquesne) Jerry Lucas (Ohio State) Cazzie Russell (Michigan) Coach: Phil Woolpert (San Francisco) Darryl Imhoff (California) Gail Goodrich (UCLA) Tom Stith (St. Bonaventure) Fred Hetzel (Davidson) 1956 Coach: Pete Newell (California) Rick Barry (Miami-Florida) 1 San Francisco Cc ach: Dave Strack (Michigan) 1966 1. Kentucky 2. Duke 3. Texas-El Paso 4. Kansas 5. Loyola-Chicago 6. St. Joseph's (Pa.) 7. Michigan 8. Vanderbilt 9. Cincinnati 10. Providence All-America Cazzie Russell (Michigan)* Clyde Lee (Vanderbilt) Jimmy Walker (Providence) Dave Schellhase (Purdue) Dave Bing (Syracuse) Coach: Adolph Rupp (Kentucky) 1967 1. UCLA 2. Louisville 3. North Carolina 4. Kansas 5. Princeton 6. HOUSTON 7. Western Kentucky 8. Texas-El Paso 9. Tennessee 10. Boston College All-America Lew Alcindor (UCLA)* ELVIN HAYES (HOUSTON) Jimmy Walker (Providence) Wes Unseld (Louisville) Bob Lloyd (Rutgers) Coach: John Wooden (UCLA) 1968 1. HOUSTON 2. UCLA 3. St. Bonaventure 4. North Carolina 5. Kentucky 6. Columbia 7. New Mexico 8. Louisville 9. Davidson 10. Marquette All-America ELVIN HAYES (HOUSTON)* Lew Alcindor (UCLA) Pete Maravich (LSU) Wes Unseld (Louisville) Larry Miller (North Carolina) Coach: GUY V. LEWIS (HOUSTON) 1969 1. UCLA 2. North Carolina 3. Davidson 4. Santa Clara 5. Kentucky 6. LaSalle 7. Purdue 8. St. John's 9. New Mexico State 10. Duquesne All-America Lew Alcindor (UCLA)* Pete Maravich (LSU) Rick Mount (Purdue) Spencer Haywood (Detroit) Calvin Murphy (Niagara) Coach: John Wooden (UCLA) 1970 1. Kentucky 2. UCLA 3. St. Bonaventure 4. New Mexico State 5. Jacksonville 6. South Carolina 7. Iowa 8. Notre Dame 9. Drake 10. Marquette All-America Pete Maravich (LSU)* Bob Lanier (St. Bonaventure) Rick Mount (Purdue) Calvin Murphy (Niagara) SWC Southwest Conference Basketball 113