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Southwest Conference (U.S.). Southwest Conference Mens Basketball - Page 124. 1994-1995. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. March 31, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/943/show/907.

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Title Southwest Conference Mens Basketball
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Date 1994-1995
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  • College sports
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Transcript 88.1, Jerry Carlton, Arkansas (140-159), 1961-62 Best Free Throw Percentage, SWC Season: (Minimum 50 attempts) 94.9, Jim Krivacs, Texas (56-59), 1979 93.2, Tommy Boyer, Arkansas (82-88), 1962 92.5, Bubba Jennings, Texas Tech (49-53), 1985 92.5, Bubba Jennings, Texas Tech (62-67), 1983 92.2, Dennis Nutt, TCU (47-51), 1985 91.9, Tommy Boyer, Arkansas (113-123), 1963 91.7, Dan Krueger, Texas (55-60), 1974 91.3, Gene Phillips, SMU (126-138), 1971 REBOUNDS: Most Rebounds, Full Season: 500, Hakeem Olajuwon, UH , 1983-84 (37 games) 432, Eugene Kennedy, TCU, 1970-71 (27 games) 386, Reggie Smith, TCU, 1991-92 (34 games) 378, Jon Koncak, SMU, 1983-84 (33 games) 375, Charles McKinney, Baylor, 1973-74 (25 games) 374, Ira Terrell, SMU, 1975-76 (28 games) Most Rebounds, SWC Season: 249, Eugene Kennedy, TCU, 1971 (14 games) 228, Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston, 1984 (16 games) 223, LaSalle Thompson, Texas, 1982 (16 games) 220, Greg Anderson, Houston, 1986 (16 games) 209, Jon Koncak, SMU, 1984 (16 games) Highest Rebound Average, Full Season: 16.0, Eugene Kennedy, TCU, 1970-71 (27 games) 15.2, Doug Boyd, TCU, 1969-70 (24 games) 15.0, Charles McKinney, Baylor, 1973-74 (25 games) 14.8, Jerome Lambert, Baylor, 1993-94 (24 games) 14.4, Jerry Mallett, Baylor, 1956-57 (24 games) 14.2, William Chatmon, Baylor, 1970-71 (26 games) Highest Rebound Average, SWC Season: 15.0, Jerome Lambert, Baylor, 1993-94 (12 games) 14.3, Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston, 1984 (16 games) 13.9, LaSalle Thompson, Texas, 1982 (16 games) 13.1, Jon Koncak, SMU, 1984 (16 games) 12.9, Ira Terrell, SMU, 1976 (16 games) 12.5, Greg Anderson, SMU, 1986 (16 games) *Best 14-game average: 17.8, Eugene Kennedy, TCU, 1971 *Best 12-game average: 14.9, Jerry Mallett, Baylor, 1957 ASSISTS: Most Assists, Full Season: 309, Reid Gettys, Houston, 1983-84 265, David Edwards, Texas A&M, 1993-94 255, Billy Allen, SMU, 1979-80 247, Butch Moore, SMU, 1984-85 242, Johnny Moore, Texas, 1978-79 234, Tony Edmond, TCU, 1989-90 Most Assists, SWC Season: 135, Reid Gettys, Houston, 1984 (16 games) 133, Johnny Moore, Texas, 1979 (16 games) 132, David Edwards, Texas A&M, 1994 (14 games) 130, Tony Edmond, TCU, 1990 (16 games) 126, Butch Moore, SMU, 1985 (16 games) 123, Billy Allen, SMU, 1980 (16 games) *NOTE: NCAA did not keep assists records until the 1983-84 season* STEALS: Most Steals, Full Season: 113, Clyde Drexler, Houston, 1982-83 (34 games) 111, Lance Blanks, Texas, 1988-89 (34 games) 100, Lee Mayberry, Arkansas, 1990-91 (38 games) 97, Keith Wilson, Arkansas, 1988-89 (32 games) 97, Clyde Drexler, Houston, 1981-82 (33 games) 95, D'Wayne Tanner, Rice, 1989-90 (28 games) Most Steals, SWC Season: 57, D'Wayne Tanner, Rice, 1989 (16 games) 54, D'Wayne Tanner, Rice, 1990 (16 games) 49, Lee Mayberry, Arkansas, 1991 (16 games) 48, Keith Wilson, Arkansas, 1989 (16 games) 48, Lance Blanks, Texas, 1989 (16 games) 45, Michael Williams, Baylor, 1987 (16 games) *NOTE: NCAA did not keep steals records until the 1985-86 season* BLOCKED SHOTS: Most Blocked Shots, Full Season: 207, Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston, 1983-84 (37 games) 175, Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston, 1982-83 (34 games) 114, Charles Outlaw, Houston, 1992-93 (30 games) 112, Oliver Miller, Arkansas, 1990-91 (38 games) 108, David Harris, Texas A&M, 1989-90 (31 games) 97, Jon Koncak, SMU, 1983-84 (32 games) 97, Charles Outlaw, Houston, 1991-92(31 games) Most Blocked Shots, SWC Season: 89, Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston, 1984 (16 games) 86, Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston, 1983 (16 games) 59, Charles Outlaw, Houston, 1993 (14 games) 59, David Harris, Texas A&M, 1990 (16 games) 51, Andrew Lang, Arkansas, 1987 (16 games) 49, Jon Koncak, SMU, 1985 (16 games) 49, Jon Koncak, SMU, 1984 (16 games) *NOTE: NCAA did not keep blocked shot records until the 1985-86 season* Travis Mays, Texas - Most career three-pointers. Vinnie Johnson, Baylor - Most field goals in a game. Otis Birdsong, Houston - Single season scoring leader. SWC Southwest Conference Basketball 123