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Southwest Conference (U.S.). Southwest Conference Mens Basketball - Page 21. 1994-1995. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 9, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/943/show/804.

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Southwest Conference (U.S.). (1994-1995). Southwest Conference Mens Basketball - Page 21. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/943/show/804

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Title Southwest Conference Mens Basketball
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  • Southwest Conference (U.S.)
Publisher Southwest Conference (U.S.)
Date 1994-1995
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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 Bear Coaching Staff JSask^tbalL Head Coach Barrel Johnson Johnson's Career 1985-86 Oklahoma Baptist . 5-27 1986-87 Oklahoma Baptist 10-22 1987-88 Oklahoma Baptist 14-13 1988-89 Oklahoma Baptist . 22-9 1989-90 Oklahoma Baptist . 35-3 1990-91 ^Oklahoma City . 35-3 1991-92 *Oklahoma City . 38-0 1992-93 Baylor University 16-11 1993-94 Baylor University 16-11 1994-95 Baylor University Baylor Total two years, 32-22 (.593) Overall Total . nine years, 191-99 (.659) ^denotes NAIA National Champions Barrel Johnson (Bethany Nazarene 77) Darrel Johnson begins his third season as Baylor's head basketball coach after compiling identical 16-11 marks in his first two years in Waco. Johnson arrived on the scene at Baylor prior to the 1992 season after compiling a two-year record of 73-3 at Oklahoma City University. Johnson guided OCU to back-to-back NAIA national championships and was named the 1991 NAIA National Coach of the Year by Basketball Times. In 1992 he was named National Coach of the Year by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. Johnson has made big steps in the right direction in just two years at Baylor. Since Johnson's arrival attendance almost doubled, 46,459 in 1991 to 81,983 in 1992. The Bears, who averaged 72.8 points per game in 1991, put in 87 points per contest last year and scored over 90 points on 12 different occasions, while only failing to reach the 70-point mark once. The 39-year old Johnson had an impressive 57-game winning streak snapped in his first season against Oklahoma State. His streak, broken by his first loss at Baylor, was the longest active streak at any level of college basketball. Johnson was chosen to carry on the tradition at Oklahoma City in 1990, replacing legendary coach Abe Lemons, who retired after amassing 599 career victories. OCU had always been competitive in NAIA basketball since they made the move to that level in 1985, but they had never played for a national title. Johnson's teams went 38-0 in 1991 -92 and 35-3 in 1990-91, winning back to back national titles. Prior to winning back-to-back national crowns at OCU, Johnson coached five years at Oklahoma Baptist University. He posted a 78-76 record during his tenure at OBU and turned a perennial loser into a champion. From 1983-85 Johnson served as an assistant coach at Oklahoma State under head coach Paul Hansen. A native of Duncan, Oklahoma, Johnson played both high school basketball and baseball at Putnam City High School. In 1973 Johnson paired with Alvan Adams to help lead his team to a Oklahoma basketball 4A state title, earning All-State and Sunkist All-American honors. He earned a scholarship and played three seasons at the University of Tulsa (1974-76) where he earned Missouri Valley Conference All-Academic honors. He finished his college career at Bethany Nazarene in Bethany. Oklahoma, earning his B.A. in social studies education in 1977. In 1981, Johnson was named the head coach at Ada High School, where he managed a 44-11 record in two seasons. His 1981 -82 team won an Oklahoma class 3A state title with a 26-3 record. While coaching at Ada, Johnson earned a master's degree in secondary education at East Central State University. He began his college coaching career the following year, in 1983 at Oklahoma State. Harry Miller Asst. Coach 817/755-3947 BradAutry Asst. Coach 817H55-3947 Ferrell Center 20 Southwest Conference Basketball SWC