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Southwest Conference (U.S.). Southwest Conference Mens Basketball - Page 116. 1994-1995. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 26, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/943/show/899.

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Southwest Conference (U.S.). (1994-1995). Southwest Conference Mens Basketball - Page 116. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/943/show/899

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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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Transcript 19. Texas-El Paso 24-6 27 All-America Steve Alford (Indiana) Danny Manning (Kansas) David Robinson (Navy)* Reggie Williams (Georgetown Kenny Smith (North Carolina) Coach of the Year: John Thompson (Georgetown) 1988 1. Temple (35) 29-1 571 2. Arizona (1) 31-2 533 3. Purdue (4) 27-3 495 4. Oklahoma 30-3 459 5. Duke 25-6 386 6. Kentucky 25-5 325 7. Pittsburgh 23-6 291 8. North Carolina 24-6 282 9. Syracuse 25-8 244 10. Michigan 24-7 181 11. UNLV 27-5 131 12. Bradley 26-4 123 13. North Carolina St. 24-7 114 14. Wyoming 26-5 95 15. Illinois 22-9 75 16. Loyola-Marymount 27-3 65 17. Brigham Young 25-5 58 18. Iowa 22-9 43 19. Indiana 19-9 27 20. Kansas State 22-8 22 All-America Gary Grant (Michigan) Hersey Hawkins (Bradley)* Danny Ferry (Duke) Sean Elliott (Arizona) Danny Manning (Kansas) Coach of the Year: John Chaney (Temple) 1989 1. Arizona (32) 27-3 563 2. Georgetown (6) 26-4 528 3. Illinois 27-4 465 4. North Carolina 27-7 418 5. Oklahoma 28-5 414 6. Indiana 25-7 377 7. Duke 24-7 314 8. Missouri 27-7 307 9. Syracuse 27-7 286 10. Michigan 24-7 223 11. Seton Hall 26-6 160 12. Stanford 26-6 116 13. Louisville 22-8 105 14. UNLV 26-7 59 15. Iowa 22-9 53 16. Florida 22-7 33 17. ARKANSAS 23-6 30 18. N.C. State 20-8 29 19. West Virginia 25-4 26 20. Alabama 23-7 15 All-America Danny Ferry (Duke)* Sean Elliott (Arizona) Stacey King (Oklahoma) Jay Edwards (Indiana) Chris Jackson (LSU) 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. Georgia Tech 28-7 8. ARKANSAS 30-5 9. Georgetown 22-8 10. Purdue 22-8 11. Missouri 26-6 12. Arizona 25-7 13. LaSalle 30-2 14. Duke 29-9 15. Michigan 23-8 16. Louisville 27-8 17. Clemson 28-9 18. Illinois 21-8 19. Alabama 26-9 20. New Mexico State 26-5 21. Georgia 20-9 22. HOUSTON 25-8 23. LSU 23-9 24. Loyola Marymount 26-6 25. Minnesota 23-9 All-America Lionel Simmons (LaSalle)* Larry Johnson (UNLV) Derrick Coleman (Syracuse) Kendall Gill (Illinois) Gary Payton (Oregon State) Coach of the Year: Jim Calhoun (Connecticut) 1991 1. UNLV (35) 30-0 525 2. ARKANSAS 31-3 487 3. Indiana 27-4 446 4. North Carolina 25-5 438 5. Ohio State 25-3 384 6. Duke 26-7 351 7. Arizona 26-6 342 8. Syracuse 26-5 285 9. Nebraska 26-7 187 10. Utah 28-3 156 11. Seton Hall 22-8 149 12. Kansas 22-7 135 13. Oklahoma State 22-7 97 14. UCLA 23-8 81 15. East Tennessee St. 28-4 51 16. Alabama 21-9 36 17. New Mexico State 23-5 30 18. Mississippi State 20-8 23 19. St. John's 20-8 20 20. Princeton 24-2 19 21. LSU 20-9 18 22. Michigan State 18-10 11 23. Georgetown 18-12 9 24. North Carolina St. 19-10 7 25. TEXAS 22-8 6 All-America Larry Johnson, UNLV* Billy Owens, Syracuse Shaquille O'Neal, LSU Kenny Anderson, Georgia Tech Jimmy Jackson, Ohio State Coach of the Year: Rick Majerus, Utah 1992 1. Duke 28-2 2. Kansas 26-4 3. UCLA 25-4 4. Ohio State 23-5 5. Arizona 24-6 Indiana 23-6 7. Southern Cal 23-5 8. Arkansas 25-7 9. Kentucky 26-6 10. Oklahoma St 26-7 11. Michigan St 21-7 12. Missouri 20-8 13. Alabama 25-8 14. Cincinnati 25-4 15. North Carolina 21-9 16. Florida St 20-9 17. Michigan 20-8 18. Seton Hall 21-8 19. Georgetown 21-9 20. Syracuse 21-9 21. Massachusetts 28-4 22. Oklahoma 21-8 23. DePaul 20-8 24. St. John's 19-10 25. Tulane 19-10 All-America Jim Jackson, Ohio State* Harold Miner, Southern Cal. Christian Laettner, Duke Alonzo Mourning, Georgetown Shaquille O'Neal, LSU Coach of the Year: Perry Clark , Tulane 1993 1. Indiana (18) 28-3 499 2. North Carolina 91) 28-4 474 3. Michigan 26-4 471 4. Kentucky (1) 26-3 458 5. Arizona 24-3 415 6. Seton Hall 27-6 391 7. Cincinnati 24-4 383 8. Vanderbilt 26-5 353 9. Kansas 25-6 331 10. Duke 23-7 326 11. Florida State 22-9 281 12. Arkansas 20-8 269 13. Iowa 22-8 256 14. Louisville 20-8 228 15. Wake Forest 19-8 200 16. Massachusetts 23-6 188 17. Utah 23-6 186 18. New Orleans 26-3 168 19. Georgia Tech 19-10 119 20. Purdue 17-9 88 21. Nevada-Las Vegas 21-7 79 22. Oklahoma State 19-8 69 23. Virginia 19-9 64 24. Western Kentucky 24-5 56 25. New Mexico State 25-7 49 Coach of the Year: Eddie Fogler. Vanderbilt 1994 All-America Grant Hill, Duke Jason Kidd, California Donyell Marshall, Connecticut Glenn Robinson. Purdue* Clifford Rozier. Louisville Coach of the Year: Norm Stewart. Missouri *denotes Player of the Year SWC Southwest Conference Basketball 115