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Southwest Conference (U.S.). Southwest Conference Mens Basketball - Page 115. 1994-1995. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 19, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/943/show/898.

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Southwest Conference (U.S.). (1994-1995). Southwest Conference Mens Basketball - Page 115. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/943/show/898

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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 Dan Issel (Kentucky) Coach: 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) Dean Meminger (Marquette) John Roche (South Carolina) Coach: Al McGuire (Marquette) 1972 1. UCLA 2. North Carolina 3. Penn 4. Louisville 5. South Carolina 6. Long Beach State 7. Marquette 8. SW Louisiana 9. Brigham Young 10. Florida State All-America Bill Walton (UCLA)* Henry Bibby (UCLA) Dwight Lamar (SW Louisiana) Jim Chones (Marquette) Ed Ratleff (Long Beach State) Coach: John Wooden (UCLA) 1973 1. UCLA 2. North Carolina State 3. Long Beach State 4. Marquette 5. Providence 6. Indiana 7. (tie) Kansas State SW Louisiana 9. Minnesota 10. Maryland All-America Bill Walton (UCLA)* Ed Ratleff (Long Beach State) David Thompson (North Carolina State) Doug Collins (Illinois State) Dwight Lamar (SW Louisiana) Coach: John Wooden (UCLA) 1974 1. North Carolina State 2. UCLA 3. Notre Dame 4. Maryland 5. Marquette 6. Providence 7. Vanderbilt 8. North Carolina 9. Indiana 10. Kansas All-America Bill Walton (UCLA)* David Thompson (North Carolina State) John Shumate (Notre Dame) Keith Wilkes (UCLA) Marvin Barnes (Providence) Coach: Digger Phelps (Notre Dame) 1975 1. Indiana 2. UCLA 3. Louisville 4. Kentucky 5. Maryland 6. Marquette 7. Arizona State 8. Alabama 9. North Carolina State 10. North Carolina All-America David Thompson (North Carolina State)* Adrian Dantley (Notre Dame) David Meyers (UCLA) John Lucas (Maryland) Scott May (Indiana) Coach: Bobby Knight (Indiana) 1976 1. Indiana 2. Marquette 3. Rutgers 4. Nevada-Las Vegas 5. UCLA 6. North Carolina 7. Alabama 8. Notre Dame 9. Michigan 10. Washington All-America Scott May (Indiana)* Andrian Dantley (Notre Dame) John Lucas (Maryland) Richard Washington (UCLA) Kent Benson (Indiana) Coach: Tom Young (Rutgers) 1977 1. Michigan 2. San Francisco 3. North Carolina 4. UCLA 5. Kentucky 6. Nevada-Las Vegas 7. ARKANSAS 8. Tennessee 9. Syracuse 10. Utah All-America Marques Johnson (UCLA)* Rickey Green (Michigan) Kent Benson (Indiana) Bernard King (Tennessee) OTIS BIRDSONG (HOUSTON) Coach: Bob Gaillard (San Francisco) 1978 1. Kentucky 2. UCLA 3. Marquette 4. New Mexico 5. Michigan State 6. ARKANSAS 7. DePaul 8. Kansas 9. Duke 10. North Carolina All-America Butch Lee (Marquette)* Phil Ford (North Carolina) Mychal Thompson (Minnesota) Larry Bird (Indiana State) David Greenwood (UCLA) Coach: EDDIE SUTTON (ARKANSAS) 1979 1. Indiana State 2. UCLA 3. North Carolina 4. Michigan State 5. Notre Dame 6. ARKANSAS 7. Duke 8. DePaul 9. LSU 10. Syracuse All-America Larry Bird (Indiana State)* David Greenwood (UCLA) Mike Gminski (Duke) Ervin Johnson (Michigan State) Jim Spanarkel (Duke) Coach: Bill Hodges (Indiana State) 1980 1. DePaul (36) 26-1 568 2. LSU 24-5 421 3. Kentucky (1) 28-5 420 4. Louisville (1) 28-3 413 5. Oregon State 26-3 380 6. Syracuse 25-3 353 7. Indiana 20-7 347 8. Maryland 23-6 244 9. Ohio State 20-7 196 10. Georgetown 24-5 173 11. Notre Dame 22-5 136 12. Brigham Young 24-4 128 13. St. John's 24-4 122 14. Missouri 23-5 112 15. North Carolina 21-7 104 16. Duke 22-8 99 17. Weber State 26-2 98 18. TEXAS A&M 24-7 47 19. Arizona State 21-6 35 20. Kansas State 21-8 30 All-America Mark Aguirre (DePaul)* Darrell Griffith (Louisville) Kyle Macy (Kentucky) Joe Barry Carroll (Purdue) Michael Brooks (LaSalle) Coach: Ray Meyer (DePaul) 1. DePaul (35) 27-1 621 2. Oregon State (6) 26-1 582 3. Virginia 25-3 470 4. LSU 28-3 468 5. Arizona State (1) 24-3 467 6. North Carolina 25-7 340 7. Indiana 21-9 293 8. Kentucky 22-5 289 9. Notre Dame 22-5 285 10. Utah 24-4 181 11. UCLA 26-6 154 12. Iowa 21-6 148 13. Louisville 21-8 108 14. Wake Forest 22-6 94 15. Tennessee 20-7 93 16. Wyoming 23-5 76 17. Brigham Young 22-6 56 18. Illinois 20-7 54 19. Kansas 19-7 51 20. Maryland 20-9 42 All-America Isiah Thomas (Indiana) Danny Ainge (Brigham Young Ralph Sampson (Virginia)* Mark Aguirre (DePaul) Kelly Tripucka (Notre Dame) Coach: Ralph Miller (Oregon State) 1982 1. North Carolina (38) 27-2 622 2. DePaul (4) 26-1 576 3. Virginia 29-3 543 4. Oregon State 23-4 403 5. Missouri 26-3 386 6. Minnesota 22-5 380 7. Georgetown 26-6 352 8. Idaho 26-2 295 9. Memphis State 23-4 291 10. Fresno State 26-2 248 11. Tulsa 24-5 211 12. Alabama 23-6 150 13. ARKANSAS 23-5 138 14. Kentucky 22-7 73 15. Wyoming 22-6 48 16. Iowa 20-7 45 17. West Virginia 26-3 43 18. Kansas State 21-7 37 19. Wake Forest 20-8 30 20. Louisville 20-9 29 All-America Eric Floyd (Georgetown) Quintin Dailey (San Francisco) Ralph Sampson (Virginia)* Terry Cummings (DePaul) James Worthy (North Carolina Coach: Norm Stewart (Missouri) 1983 1. HOUSTON (38) 27-2 612 2. Louisville (2) 29-3 571 3. St. John's 27-4 488 4. Virginia (1) 27-4 461 5. Indiana 23-5 330 6. Nevada-Las Vegas 28-2 311 7. UCLA 23-5 305 8. North Carolina 26-7 272 9. ARKANSAS 25-3 225 10. Kentucky 21-7 206 11. Villanova 22-7 188 12. Missouri 26-7 176 13. Boston College 24-6 152 14. North Carolina St. 20-10 78 15. Georgia 21-9 57 16. Tennessee Chattanooga 26-3 56 17. Memphis State 22-7 51 18. Illinois State 24-6 49 19. Oklahoma State 24-6 47 20. Georgetown 21-9 M All-America Michael Jordan (North Carolina) John Paxson (Notre Dame) Ralph Sampson (Virginia)* Sam Perkins (North Carolina) Keith Lee (Memphis State) Coach of the Year: Jerry Tarkanian (UNLV) 1984 1. North Carolina (29) 27-2 500 2. Georgetown (5) 29-3 476 3. Kentucky 26-4 413 4. DePaul (2) 26-2 407 5. HOUSTON 28-4 370 6. Illinois 24-4 298 7. ARKANSAS 24-6 251 8. Oklahoma 29-4 233 9. Texas-El Paso 27-3 204 10. Maryland 27-7 177 11. Purdue 22-6 152 12. Tulsa 27-3 147 13. Nevada-Las Vegas 27-5 75 14. Duke 24-9 57 15. Washington 22-6 51 16. Syracuse 22-8 36 Memphis State 24-6 36 18. Indiana 20-8 29 19. Auburn 20-10 26 20. Oregon State 22-6 20 All-America Michael Jordan (North Carolina)* Chris Mullin (St. John's) Patrick Ewing (Georgetown) Sam Perkins (North Carolina) Waymon Tisdale (Oklahoma) Coach of the Year: Ray Meyer (DePaul) 1985 1. Georgetown (40) 30-2 600 2. Michigan 25-3 556 3. St. John's 27-3 534 4. Memphis State 27-3 513 5. Oklahoma 28-5 479 6. Georgia Tech 24-7 358 7. North Carolina 24-8 296 8. Louisiana Tech 27-2 276 9. Nevada-Las Vegas 27-3 258 10. Illinois 24-8 193 11. Va. Commonwealth 25-5 180 12. Duke 22-7 154 13. Kansas 25-7 145 14. Tulsa 22-7 77 15. Syracuse 21-8 66 16. TEXAS TECH 23-8 58 17. Loyola-Chicago 25-5 30 18. North Carolina St. 20-9 28 19. LSU 19-9 26 20. Michigan State 19-9 16 All-America Patrick Ewing (Georgetown) Wayman Tisdale (Oklahoma) Chris Mullin (St. John's) Keith Lee (Memphis State) Johnny Dawkins (Duke) Coach of the Year: Lou Carnesecca (St. John's) 1986 1. Duke (31) 32-2 479 2. Kansas (1) 31-3 445 3. St. John's 30-4 337 4. Kentucky 29-3 315 5. Michigan 27-4 311 6. Georgia Tech 25-6 298 7. Louisville 26-7 245 8. North Carolina 26-5 242 9. Syracuse 25-5 210 10. Nevada-Las Vegas 31-4 161 11. Notre Dame 23-5 149 12. Memphis State 27-5 120 13. Bradley 31-2 103 14. Indiana 21-7 66 15. Georgetown 23-7 64 16. Texas-El Paso 27-5 42 17. Oklahoma 25-8 38 18. Michigan State 21-7 29 19. Alabama 22-8 19 20. Illinois 21-9 15 All-America Johnny Dawkins (Duke) Scott Skiles (Michigan State) Walter Berry (St. John's)* Kenny Walker (Kentucky) Len Bias (Maryland) Coach of the Year: Mike Krzyzewski (Duke) 1987 1. UNLV (39) 33-1 626 2. Indiana (2) 24-4 548 3. North Carolina 29-3 540 4. Georgetown 26-4 457 5. DePaul 26-2 395 6. Purdue (1) 24-4 385 7. Iowa 27-4 364 8. Temple 31-3 355 9. Alabama 26-4 306 10. Syracuse 26-6 250 11. Illinois 23-7 178 12. Pittsburgh 24-7 107 13. UCLA 24-6 96 14. Missouri 24-9 93 15. Clemson 25-5 74 16. TCU 23-6 41 17. Wyoming 22-9 32 18. Notre Dame 22-7 29 19. New Orleans 25-3 27 19. Oklahoma 22-9 27 114 Southwest Conference Basketball