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Southwest Conference (U.S.). Southwest Conference Mens Basketball - Page 111. 1994-1995. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 8, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/943/show/894.

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Southwest Conference (U.S.). (1994-1995). Southwest Conference Mens Basketball - Page 111. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/943/show/894

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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)
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Transcript All-Time Associated Press Polls 1949 5. Duquesne 1. Kentucky 6. Notre Dame 2. Oklahoma State 7. Bradley 3. St. Louis 8. Western Kentucky 4. Illinois 9. Penn State 5. Western Kentucky 10. Oklahoma State 6. Minnesota All-America 7. Bradley Frank Selvy (Furman) 8. San Francisco John Schlundt (Indiana) 9. Tulane Tom Gola (LaSalle) 10. Bowling Green Cliff Hagan (Kentucky) All-America Bob Pettit (LSU) Tony Lavelli (Yale) Vince Boryla (Denver) 1955 Alex Groza (Kentucky) 1. San Francisco Ed Macauley (St. Louis) 2. Kentucky Ralph Beard (Kentucky) 3. LaSalle 4. North Carolina State 1950 5. Iowa 1. Bradley 6. Duquesne 2. Ohio State 7. Utah 3. Kentucky 8. Marquette 4. Holy Cross 9. Dayton 5. North Carolina State 10. Oregon State 6. Duquesne All-America 7. UCLA Tom Gola (LaSalle) 8. Western Kentucky Robin Freeman (Ohio State) 9. St. John's Bill Russell (San Francisco) 10. LaSalle Dick Ricketts (Duquesne) All-America Darrell Floyd (Furman) Bob Cousy (Holy Cross) Dick Schnittker (Ohio State) 1956 Paul Arizin (Villanova) 1. San Francisco Paul Unruh (Bradley) 2. North Carolina State Kevin O'Shea (Notre Dame) 3. Dayton 4. Iowa 1951 5. Alabama 1. Kentucky 6. Louisville 2. Oklahoma State 7. SMU 3. Columbia 8. UCLA 4. Kansas State 9. Kentucky 5. Illinois 10. Illinois 6. Bradley All-America 7. Indiana Bill Russell (San Francisco) 8. North Carolina State Robin Freeman (Ohio State) 9. St. John's Si Green (Duquesne) 10. St. Louis Darrell Floyd (Furman) All-America Tom Heinsohn (Holy Cross) Bill Mikvy (Temple) Sam Ranzino (North Carolina State) 1957 Bill Spivey (Kentucky) 1. North Carolina Gene Melchiorre (Bradley) 2. Kansas Clyde Lovellete (Kansas) 3. Kentucky 4. SMU 1952 5. Seattle 1. Kentucky 6. Louisville 2. Illinois 7. West Virginia 3. Kansas State 8. Vanderbilt 4. Duquesne 9. Oklahoma City 5. St. Louis 10. St. Louis 6. Washington All-America 7. Iowa Wilt Chamberlain (Kansas) 8. Kansas Lenny Rosenbluth (North Carolina) 9. West Virginia Rod Hundley (West Virginia) 10. St. John's Gary Thompson (Iowa State) All-America Chet Forte (Columbia) Chuck Darling (Iowa) Mark Workman (West Virginia) 1958 Clyde Lovellete (Kansas) 1. West Virginia Dick Groat (Duke) 2. Cincinnati Cliff Hagan (Kentucky) 3. Kansas State 4. San Francisco 1953 5. Temple 1. Indiana 6. Maryland 2. Seton Hall 7. Kansas 3. Kansas 8. Notre Dame 4. Washington 9. Kentucky 5. LSU 10. Duke 6. LaSalle All-America 7. St. John's Wilt Chamberlain (Kansas) 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) 1. Kansas State Tom Gola (LaSalle) 2. Kentucky Ernie Beck (Penn) 3. Mississippi State 4. Bradley 1954 5. Cincinnati 1. Kentucky 6. North Carolina State 2. LaSalle 7. Michigan State 3. Holy Cross 8. Auburn 4. Indiana 9. North Carolina 10. West Virginia All-America Oscar Robertson (Cincinnati) Jerry West (West Virginia) Bob Boozer (Kansas State) Bailey Howell (Mississippi State) Johnny Cox (Kentucky) 1960 1. Cincinnati 2. California 3. Ohio State 4. Bradley 5. West Virginia 6. Utah 7. Indiana 8. Utah State 9. St. Bonaventure 10. Miami-Florida All-America Jerry West (West Virginia) Oscar Robertson (Cincinnati) Jerry Lucas (Ohio State) Darryl Imhoff (Cal) Tony Jackson (St. John's) 1961 1. Ohio State 2. Cincinnati 3. St. Bonaventure 4. Kansas State 5. North Carolina 6. Bradley 7. Southern Cal 8. Iowa 9. West Virginia 10. Duke All-America Jerry Lucas (Ohio State)* Tom Stith (St. Bonaventure) Terry Dischinger (Purdue) Roger Kaiser (Georgia Tech) Chet Walker (Bradley) 1962 1. Ohio State 2. Cincinnati 3. Kentucky 4. Mississippi State 5. Bradley 6. Kansas State 7. Utah 8. Bowling Green 9. Colorado 10. Duke All-America Jerry Lucas (Ohio State)* Terry Dischinger (Purdue) Bill McGill (Utah) Chet Walker (Bradley) Len Chappell (Wake Forest) 1963 1. Cincinnati 2. Duke 3. Loyola-Chicago 4. Arizona State 5. Wichita State 6. Mississippi State 7. Ohio State 8. Illinois 9. NYU 10. Colorado All-America Art Heyman (Duke)* Ron Bonham (Cincinnati) Jerry Harkness (Loyola-Chicago) Gary Bradds (Ohio State) Barry Kramer (NYU) 1964 1. UCLA 2. Michigan 3. Duke 4. Kentucky 5. Wichita State 6. Oregon State 7. Villanova 8. Loyola-Chicago 9. DePaul 10. Davidson All-America Gary Bradds (Ohio State)* Cotton Nash (Kentucky) Walt Hazzard (UCLA) r^TT«^iflrff> 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) •5 n n i i i 1 4k d 4k i no Southwest Conference Basketball SWC