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Southwest Conference (U.S.). Southwest Conference Mens Basketball - Page 127. 1994-1995. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 5, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/943/show/910.

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Southwest Conference (U.S.). (1994-1995). Southwest Conference Mens Basketball - Page 127. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/943/show/910

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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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  • Basketball
  • College sports
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  • Southwest Conference (U.S.)
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  • programs (documents)
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Transcript Year-by-Year Scoring vr^^TT<?fimft Full-Season - Since 1950-51 Season Player, Team G. 1950-51 Joe McDermott, Rice 23 1951-52 George McLeod, TCU 24 1952-53 Gene Schwinger, Rice 21 1953-54 Gene Schwinger, Rice 40 1954-55 Dick O'Neal, TCU 24 1955-56 Raymond Downs, Texas 24 1956-57 Jim Krebs, SMU 24 1957-58 Ronnie Stevenson, TCU 24 1958-59 H.E. Kirchner, TCU 24 1959-60 Jay Arnette, Texas 24 1960-61 Carroll Broussard, A&M 24 1961-62 Jan Loudermilk, SMU 25 1962-63 Bennie Lennox, A&M 24 1963-64 Kendall Rhine, Rice 24 1964-65 John Beasley, A&M 24 1965-66 John Beasley, A&M 24 1966-67 Darrell Hardy, Baylor 24 1967-68 Billy Arnold, Texas 24 1968-69 Gene Phillips, SMU 24 1969-70 Gene Phillips, SMU 24 1970-71 Gene Phillips, SMU 26 1971-72 Greg Lowrey, Texas Tech 26 Reb Avg. 338 14.7 419 15.1 423 20.1 538 22.4 676 28.2 625 26.0 573 23.9 428 17.8 470 19.6 449 18.7 538 22.4 523 20.9 568 23.7 584 24.3 619 25.8 668 27.8 506 21.1 477 19.9 510 21.3 684 28.5 737 28.3 636 24.5 1972-73 Martin Terry, Arkansas 26 735 28.3 1973-74 Larry Robinson, Texas 26 585 22.5 1974-75 Rick Bullock, Texas Tech 23 480 20.9 1975-76 Otis Birdsong, Houston 31 730 26.1 1976-77 Otis Birdsong, Houston 36 1090 30.3 1977-78 Vinnie Johnson, Baylor 24 545 22.7 1978-79 Vinnie Johnson, Baylor 24 610 25.4 1979-80 Terry Teagle, Baylor 27 620 23.0 1980-81 Rob Williams, Houston 30 749 25.0 1981-82 Ricky Pierce, Rice 30 805 26.8 1982-83 Darrell Walker, Arkansas 30 546 18.2 1983-84 Michael Young, Houston 37 734 19.8 1984-85 Joe Kleine, Arkansas 35 773 22.1 1985-86 Don Marbury, A&M 32 697 21.8 1986-87 Darryl Middleton, Baylor 31 566 18.3 1987-88 Darryl Middleton, Baylor 34 666 19.6 1988-89 Travis Mays, Texas 34 743 21.9 1989-90 Travis Mays, Texas 32 772 24.1 1990-91 Joey Wright, Texas 31 656 24.1 1991-92 David Wesley, Baylor 28 586 20.9 1992-93 Will Flemons, Texas Tech 20 607 20.2 1993-94 B.J. Tyler, Texas 28 637 22.8 *SWC record (30.4 average); **best SWC average (30.6) SWC Games Only Season Player, Team G. Reb Avg. 1915 Clyde Littlefield, Texas 5 98 19.6 1916 Tom Tomfohrde, Rice 6 91 15.2 1917 Joe H. Thompson, Texas 8 133 16.6 1918 Henry D. Timmons, Rice 10 125 12.5 1919 Jimmie Greer, Texas 13 166 12.8 1920 A. C. Forbes, A&M 16 123 7.7 1921 Philip (Pap) Peyton, Texas 12 156 13.0 1922 Philip (Pap) Peyton, Texas 16 147 9.2 1923 Philip (Pap) Peyton, Texas 18 182 10.1 1924 Ox Darby, A&M 20 184 9.2 1925 Tom George, TCU 14 165 11.8 1926 Rolla Adams, Arkansas 12 111 9.3 1927 Walter Allison, SMU 12 113 9.4 1928 Tom Pickell, Arkansas 12 144 12.0 1929 Holly Brock, Texas 12 161 13.4 1930 Jake Hess, Rice 12 115 9.6 1931 Ad Dietzel, TCU 12 168 14.0 1932 Ad Deitzel, TCU 12 191 15.9 1933 Jack Gray, Texas 12 157 13.1 1934 Jack Gray, Texas 12 151 12.6 1935 Jack Gray, Texas 12 141 11.8 1936 Jack Collins, Texas 12 117 9.8 1937 Don Lockard, Arkansas 12 159 13.3 1938 Hub Kirkpatrick, Baylor 12 210 17.5 1939 Johnny Adams, Arkansas 12 167 13.9 1940 Virgil Wilkerson, SMU 12 162 13.5 1941 Johnny Adams, Arkansas 12 206 17.2 1942 Dwight Parks, Baylor 12 214 17.8 1943 Bill Tom Closs, Rice 12 197 16.4 1944 Bill Henry, Rice 12 246 20.5 1945 Bill Henry, Rice 12 280 23.3 1946 George Kok, Arkansas 12 212 17.7 1947 Alvin Williams, Arkansas 12 206 17.2 1948 George Kok, Arkansas 12 233 19.4 1949 Bill Tom, Rice 12 222 18.5 1950 Tom Hamilton, Texas 12 203 16.9 1951 Ralph Johnson, Baylor 12 176 14.7 1952 George McLeod, TCU 12 213 17.8 1953 Gene Schwinger, Rice 12 239 19.9 1954 Gene Schwinger, Rice 12 256 21.3 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 Dick O'Neal, TCU 12 362 30.2 Raymond Downs, Texas 12 322 26.8 Jim Krebs, SMU 12 278 23.2 Rick Herrscher, SMU 14 263 18.8 H. E. Kirchner, TCU 14 285 20.4 Del Ray Mounts, Tech 14 265 18.9 Carroll Broussard, A&M 14 339 24.2 Jan Loudermilk, SMU 14 303 21.6 Kendall Rhine, Rice 14 352 25.1 Bennie Lenox, A&M 14 352 25.1 Kendall Rhine, Rice 14 329 23.5 John Beasley, A&M 14 395 28.2 John Beasley, A&M 14 **429 30.6 Darrell Hardy, Baylor 14 308 22.0 Billy Arnold, Texas 14 311 22.2 Gene Phillips, SMU 14 297 21.2 Gene Phillips, SMU 14 389 27.8 Gene Phillips, SMU 14 412 29.4 Martin Terry, Arkansas 14 353 25.2 Martin Terry, Arkansas 14 398 28.4 Larry Robinson, Texas 14 390 27.9 Rick Bullock, Tech 14 275 19.6 Otis Birdsong, Houston 16 429 26.8 Otis Birdsong, Houston 16 487 *30.4 Vinnie Johnson, Baylor 16 346 21.6 Vinnie Johnson, Baylor 16 338 21.1 Terry Teagle, Baylor 16 373 22.3 Rob Williams, Houston 16 397 24.8 Ricky Pierce, Rice 16 448 28.0 Darrell Walker, Arkansas 16 294 18.4 Michael Young, Houston 16 314 19.6 Joe Kleine, Arkansas 16 364 22.8 Alvin Franklin, Houston 16 330 20.6 Kato Armstrong, SMU 16 320 20.0 Darryl Middleton, Baylor 16 327 20.4 Travis Mays, Texas 16 347 21.7 Travis Mays, Texas 15 351 23.4 Joey Wright, Texas 15 317 21.1 David Wesley, Baylor 14 340 24.3 Michael Richardson, Texas 14 298 21.3 B.J. Tyler, Texas 12 302 25.2 126 Southwest Conference Basketball