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Southwest Conference (U.S.). Southwest Conference Mens Basketball - Page 112. 1994-1995. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. February 26, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/943/show/895.

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Southwest Conference (U.S.). (1994-1995). Southwest Conference Mens Basketball - Page 112. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/943/show/895

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Date 1994-1995
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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) 2. North Carolina St. (3) 3. Long Beach State 4. Providence 5. Marquette 6. Indiana 7. SW Louisiana (1) 8. Maryland 9. Kansas State 10. Minnesota 11. North Carolina 12. Memphis State 13. HOUSTON 14. Syracuse 15. Missouri 16. Arizona State 17. Kentucky 18. Penn 19. Austin Peay San Francisco All-America Bill Walton (UCLA)* Ed Ratleff (Long Beach State) David Thompson (North Carolina State) Ernie DiGregorio (Providence) Kermit Washington (American) Coach of the Year: John Wooden (UCLA) 1974 1. North Carolina St. (24) 2. UCLA (17) 3. Notre Dame 4. Maryland 5. Providence 6. Vanderbilt 7. Marquette 8. North Carolina 9. Long Beach State 10. Indiana 11. Alabama 12. Michigan 26-0 632 27-0 578 25-2 465 25-2 409 24-3 394 19-5 288 23-3 212 22-6 200 22-4 197 20-4 179 22-7 130 21-5 129 23-4 114 23-4 112 21-5 62 19-7 37 19-7 35 20-5 29 22-5 27 22-4 27 26-1 792 23-3 748 25-2 652 23-5 503 27-3 411 23-3 353 23-4 327 22-5 303 23-2 284 20-4 241 22-4 174 20-4 154 13. Pitt 24-3 142 1078 1982 14. Kansas 21-5 109 1. Kentucky (29) 26-2 828 1. North Carolina 15. Southern Cal 22-4 101 2. UCLA (11) 26-2 790 2. DePaul 16. Louisville 20-5 56 3. DePaul (1) 26-2 597 3. Virginia 17. New Mexico 21-6 55 4. Michigan State (1) 24-4 519 4. Oregon State 18. South Carolina 22-5 48 5. ARKANSAS 29-3 488 5. Missouri 19. Creighton 22-6 41 6. Notre Dame 21-6 421 6. Georgetown 20. Dayton 20-7 23 7. Duke 24-6 387 7. Minnesota All-America 8. Marquette 24-4 354 8. Idaho Bill Walton (UCLA) 9. Louisville 23-6 313 9. Memphis State Keith Wilkes (UCLA) 10. Kansas 24-5 241 10. Tulsa David Thompson (North Caro ina State)* 11. San Francisco 23-5 214 11. Fresno State Marvin Barnes (Providence) 12. New Mexico 23-6 164 12. ARKANSAS John Shumate (Notre Dame) 13. Indiana 23-7 97 13. Alabama Coach of the Year: Norm Sloan (NC State) 14. Utah(l) 23-5 94 14. West Virginia 1975 1. Indiana (41) 2. UCLA 3. Louisville 4. Maryland 5. Kentucky 15. Florida State 23-6 81 15. Kentucky 30-0 24-3 25-2 23-4 23-4 820 688 623 564 549 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. North Carolina TEXAS Detroit Miami-Ohio Penn 23-7 23-5 25-3 18-9 20-7 73 69 44 32 20 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Iowa Ala.-Birmingham Wake Forest UCLA Louisville 6. North Carolina 22-7 405 All-America 1983 7. Arizona State 24-3 374 Phil Ford (North Carolina) 1. HOUSTON (52) 27-2 1,112 8. North Carolina State 22-6 307 Butch Lee (Marquette)* 2. Louisville (4) 29-3 1,058 9. Notre Dame 19-8 204 Mychal Thompson (Minnesota 3. St. John's 27-4 997 10. Marquette 23-4 201 Larry Bird (Indiana State) 4. Virginia 27-4 891 11. Alabama 22-5 166 David Greenwood (UCLA) 5. Indiana 23-5 848 12. Cincinnati 22-5 127 Coach of the Year: 6. Nevada-Las Vegas 28-2 738 13. Oregon State 18-10 85 EDDIE SUTTON (ARKANSAS) 7. UCLA 23-5 699 14. Drake 19-10 65 1Q7Q 8. North Carolina 26-7 657 15. Penn 23-5 57 1. Indiana State (50) 30-0 1,072 9. ARKANSAS 25-3 576 16. Nevada-Las Vegas 23-4 39 2. UCLA (2) 24-4 997 10. Missouri 26-7 487 17. Kansas State 19-8 38 3. Michigan State (2) 22-6 974 11. Boston College 24-6 477 18. Southern Cal 18-8 24 4. Notre Dame 23-5 917 12. Kentucky 21-7 473 19. Centenary 2?-4 23 5. ARKANSAS 24-4 779 13. Villanova 22-7 448 20. Syracuse 21-7 22 6. DePaul 23-5 732 14. Wichita State 25-3 432 All-America 7. LSU 23-5 662 15. Tenn.-Chattanooga 26-3 235 David Thompson (North Carol ina State)* 8. Syracuse 26-3 657 16. North Carolina St. 20-10 234 Adrian Dantley (Notre Dame) 9. North Carolina 23-6 594 17. Memphis State 22-7 228 David Meyers (UCLA) 10. Marquette 22-6 573 18. Georgia 21-9 176 Luther Burden (Utah) 11. Duke 22-8 484 19. Oklahoma State 24-6 150 Scott May (Indiana) 12. San Francisco 22-6 389 20. Georgetown 21-9 147 Coach of the Year: Bobby Kn ight (Indiana) 13. Louisville 24-7 371 All-America 1976 1. Indiana (47) 2. Marquette (2) 3. Nev.-Las Vegas (1) 4. Rutgers (2) 5. UCLA 14. Penn 23-5 341 Ralph Sampson (Virginia)* 28-0 26-1 26-1 29-0 24-4 1,008 888 732 720 631 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. Purdue Oklahoma St. John's Rutgers Toledo 24-7 21-9 20-10 22-8 22-7 337 275 175 125 115 Dale Ellis (Tennessee) Patrick Ewing (Georgetown) Michael Jordan (North Carolina) Wayman Tisdale (Oklahoma) Coach of the Year: GUY V. LEWIS (HOUSTON) 6. Alabama 22-4 540 20. Iowa 20-8 113 1984 7. Notre Dame 23-5 451 All-America 1. North Carolina (51) 27-2 1,240 8. North Carolina 25-4 294 Larry Bird (Indiana State)* 2. Georgetown (8) 29-3 1,142 9. Michigan 22-6 287 Bill Cartwnght (San Francisco) 3. Kentucky (1) 26-4 1.059 10. Western Michigan 25-2 190 David Greenwood (UCLA) 4. DePaul (2) 26-2 1,055 11. Maryland 22-6 131 SIDNEY MONCRIEF (ARKANSAS 5. HOUSTON 28-4 1,013 12. Cincinnati 24-6 126 Earvin Magic Johnson (Michigan State) 6. Illinois 24-4 903 13. Tennessee 21-6 106 Coach of the Year: Bill Hodges (Indiana State) 7. Oklahoma 29-4 767 14. Missouri 25-4 97 1080 8. ARKANSAS 24-6 732 15. Arizona 23-8 79 1. DePaul 9. Texas-El Pas o 27-3 689 16. TEXAS TECH 25-5 75 2. Louisville 10. Purdue 22-6 659 17. DePaul 20-8 37 3. LSU 11. Maryland 23-7 634 18. Virginia 18-12 27 4. Kentucky 12. Tulsa 27-3 526 19. Centenary 23-5 25 5. Oregon State 13. Nevada-Las Vegas 27-5 408 20. Pepperdine 22-5 20 6. Syracuse 14. Duke 24-9 389 All-America 7. Indiana 15. Washington 22-6 376 Adrian Dantley (Notre Dame) 8. Maryland 16. Memphis State 24-6 357 Scott May (Indiana)* 9. Notre Dame 17. Oregon State 22-6 204 Kent Benson (Indiana) 10. Ohio State 18. Syracuse 22-8 161 John Lucas (Maryland) 11. Georgetown BYU 19. Wake Forest 21-8 128 Phil Sellers (Rutgers) 12. 20. Temple 25-4 120 Coach of the Year: Bobby Kn ight (Indiana) 13. St. John's All-America 1977 14. Duke Wayman Tisdale (Oklahoma) 15. North Carolina Sam Perkins (North Carolina) 1. Michigan (28) 25-3 893 16. Missouri Patrick Ewing (Georgetown) 2. UCLA (8) 24-4 836 17. Weber State HAKEEM OLAJUWON (HOUSTON) 3. Kentucky (7) 25-3 775 18. Arizona State Michael Jordan (North Carolina)* 4. Nev.-Las Vegas (5) 26-2 743 19. Iona Coach of the Year: Rav Mever (DePaul) 5. North Carolina (1) 25-4 638 6. Syracuse 26-3 407 20. Purdue 1985 7. Marquette 21-7 347 1981 1. Georgetown (63) 30-2 1,260 8. San Francisco 29-2 232 1. DePaul 2. Michigan 25-3 1,175 9. Wake Forest 23-6 226 2. Oregon State 3. St. John's 27-3 1,124 10. Notre Dame 21-6 185 3. Arizona State 4. Oklahoma 28-5 1.061 11. Alabama 25-4 184 4. LSU 5. Memphis State 27-3 1.004 12. Detroit 25-3 167 5. Virginia 6. Georgia Tech 24-7 901 13. Minnesota 22-3 158 6. North Carolina 7. North Carolina 24-8 794 14. Utah 22-6 139 7. Notre Dame 8. Louisiana Tech 27-2 737 15. Tennessee 20-9 133 8. Kentucky 9. Nevada-Las Vegas 27-3 724 16. Kansas State 23-7 117 9. Indiana 10. Duke 22-7 653 17. NC Charlotte 24-3 100 10. UCLA 11. Va. Commonwealth 25-5 581 18. ARKANSAS 26-2 98 11. Wake Forest 12. Illinois 24-8 518 19. Louisville 21-7 60 12. Louisville 13. Kansas 25-7 506 20. VMI 26-3 36 13. Iowa 14. Loyola-Chicago 25-5 417 All-America 14. Utah 15. Syracuse 21-8 351 Marques Johnson (UCLA)* 15. Tennessee 16. North Carolina St. 20-9 262 Rickey Green (Michigan) 16. BYU 17. TEXAS TECH 23-7 222 Phil Ford (North Carolina) 17. Wyoming 18. Tulsa 23-7 138 Kent Benson (Indiana) 18. Maryland 19. Georgia 21-8 132 Bernard King (Tennessee) 19. Illinois 20. Louisiana State 19-9 105 Coach of the Year: Bob Gaillard (San Francisco) 20. ARKANSAS SWC Southwest Conference Basketball 111