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Southwest Conference (U.S.). Southwest Conference Mens Basketball - Page 113. 1994-1995. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 26, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/943/show/896.

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Southwest Conference (U.S.). (1994-1995). Southwest Conference Mens Basketball - Page 113. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/943/show/896

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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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  • College sports
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  • Southwest Conference (U.S.)
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  • programs (documents)
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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 1. Duke (63) 32-2 1,279 2. Kansas (1) 31-3 1,213 3. Kentucky 29-3 1.123 4. St. John's 30-4 1,082 5. Michigan 27-4 995 6. Georgia Tech 25-6 958 7. Louisville 26-7 839 8. North Carolina 26-5 809 9. Syracuse 25-5 805 10. Notre Dame 23-5 647 11. Nevada-Las Vegas 31-4 585 12. Memphis State 27-5 554 13. Georgetown 23-7 468 14. Bradley 31-2 461 15. Oklahoma 26-8 318 16. Indiana 21-7 272 17. Navy 27-4 248 18. Michigan State 21-7 182 19. Illinois 21-9 159 20. Texas-El Paso 27-5 83 All-America Len Bias (Maryland) Kenny Walker (Kentucky) Walter Berry (St. John's)* Steve Alford (Indiana) Johnny Dawkins (Duke) Coach of the Year: Eddie Sutton (Kentucky) 1987 1. UNLV(65) 33-1 1,300 2. North Carolina 29-3 1,146 3. Indiana 24-4 1,135 4. Georgetown 26-4 1.068 5. DePaul 26-2 1,021 6. Iowa 27-4 949 7. Purdue 24-4 922 8. Temple 31-3 884 9. Alabama 26-4 843 10. Syracuse 26-6 692 11. Illinois 23-7 667 12. Pittsburgh 24-7 534 13. Clemson 25-5 387 14. Missouri 24-9 349 15. UCLA 24-6 337 16. New Orleans 25-3 305 17. Duke 22-8 201 18. Notre Dame 22-7 201 19. TCU 23-6 165 20. Kansas 23-10 138 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 1. Temple (51) 29-1 1,187 2. Arizona (8) 31-2 1,123 3. Purdue (1) 27-3 1,059 4. Oklahoma 30-3 1,053 5. Duke 25-6 919 6. Kentucky 25-5 915 7. North Carolina 24-6 734 8. Pittsburgh 23-6 721 9. Syracuse 25-8 686 10. Michigan 24-7 605 11. Bradley 26-4 549 12. UNLV 27-5 533 13. Wyoming 26-5 446 14. North Carolina St. 24-7 418 15. Loyola-Marymount 27-3 335 16. Illinois 22-9 302 17. Iowa 22-9 198 18. Xavier, Ohio 26-3 166 19. Brigham Young 25-5 142 20. Kansas State 22-8 122 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) 1989 1. Arizona (46) 27-3 1,219 2. Georgetown (13) 26-4 1,155 3. Illinois (3) 27-4 1,121 4. Oklahoma 28-5 989 5. North Carolina 27-7 976 6. Missouri 27-7 875 7. Syracuse 27-7 863 8. Indiana 25-7 834 9. Duke 24-7 808 10. Michigan 24-7 666 11. Seton Hall 26-6 582 12. Louisville 22-8 518 13. Stanford 26-6 481 14. Iowa 22-9 379 15. UNLV 26-7 338 16. Florida State 22-7 328 17. West Virginia 25-4 216 18. Ball State 28-2 143 19. N.C. State 20-8 115 20. Alabama 23-7 101 All-America Sherman Douglas (Syracuse) Sean Elliott (Arizona)* Danny Ferry (Duke) Chris Jackson (LSU) Stacey King (Oklahoma) Coach of the Year: Bob Knight (Indiana) 1990 1. Oklahoma 27-5 2. UNLV 35-5 3. Connecticut 31-6 4. Michigan State 28-6 5. Kansas 30-5 6. Syracuse 26-7 7. ARKANSAS 30-5 8. Georgetown 24-7 9. Georgia Tech 28-7 10. Purdue 22-8 11. Missouri 26-6 12. LaSalle 30-2 13. Michigan 23-8 14. Arizona 25-7 15. Duke 29-9 16. Louisville 27-8 17. Clemson 28-9 18. Illinois 21-8 19. LSU 23-9 20. Minnesota 23-9 21. Loyola Marymount 26-6 22. Oregon State 22-7 23. Alabama 26-9 24. New Mexico State 26-5 25. Xavier, Ohio 28-5 All-America Derrick Coleman (Syracuse) Chris Jackson (LSU) Larry Johnson (UNLV) Gary Payton (Oregon State) Lionel Simmons (LaSalle)* Coach of the Year: Jim Calhoun (Connecticut) 1991 1. UNLV (64) 30-0 1,600 2. ARKANSAS 31-3 1,590 3. Indiana 27-4 1,446 4. North Carolina 25-5 1,398 5. Ohio State 25-3 1,398 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 20-8 364 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, Ohio State 1992 1. Duke (64) 28-2 1,624 2. Kansas 26-4 1,543 3. Ohio St 23-5 1,461 4. UCLA 25-4 1,390 5. Indiana 23-6 1,266 6. Kentucky 26-6 1,242 7. UNLV(l) 26-2 1,182 8. Southern Cal. 23-5 1,164 9. Arkansas 25-7 1,081 10. Arizona 24-6 1,045 11. Oklahoma St. 26-7 957 12. Cincinnati 25-4 908 13. Alabama 25-8 685 14. Michigan St. 21-7 640 15. Michigan 20-8 634 16. Missouri 20-6 557 17. Massachusetts 28-4 533 18. North Carolina 21-9 486 19. Seton Hall 21-8 471 20. Florida St. 20-9 427 21. Syracuse 21-9 363 22. Georgetown 21-9 328 23. Oklahoma 21-8 243 24. DePaul 20-8 189 25. LSU 20-9 161 All-America Christian Laettner, Duke* Shaquille O'Neal, LSU Jim Jackson, Ohio State Harold Miner, Southern Cal. Alonzo Mourning, Georgetown Coach of the Year: Roy Williams, Kansas 1993 1. Indiana (39) 28-3 1,580 2. Kentucky (9) 26-3 1,518 3. Michigan (9) 26-4 1,504 4. North Carolina (7) 28-4 1,488 5. Arizona 24-3 1,328 6. Seton Hall 27-6 1,325 7. Cincinnati 24-4 1,193 8. Vanderbilt 26-5 1,143 9. Kansas 25-6 1,073 10. Duke 23-7 1,052 11. Florida State 22-9 895 12. Arkansas 20-8 758 13. Iowa 22-8 757 14. Massachusetts 23-6 748 15. Louisville 20-8 724 16. Wake Forest 19-8 640 17. New Orleans 26-3 464 18. Georgia Tech 19-10 447 19. Utah 23-6 425 20. Western Kentucky 24-5 312 21. New Mexico 24-6 306 22. Purdue 18-9 218 23. Oklahoma State 19-8 175 24. New Mexico State 25-7 120 25. UNLV 21-7 107 All-America Calbert Cheaney, Indiana* Anfernee Hardaway, Memphis St. Jamal Mashbura, Kentucky Bobby Hurley, Duke Chris Webber, Michigan Coach of the Year: Eddie Fogler, Vanderbilt 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 *Player of the Year 112 Southwest Conference Basketball SWC