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cP5Odgh.png Recruiting Classes Database (1950-Present)

❖ JC = Junior College Transfer; Including <Prior NCAA experience if applicable>.
❖ T = Inbound NCAA Transfer; Including <Previous School>.
Italics = Walk-on; <BB>= Baseball player, <FB>= Football player.
R = Redshirt; [##] = year redshirted.
Players underlined completed their eligibility at IU.
#y = Number of years played at IU (Early departure/Transfer in).
* = Graduated. (2017-2020 classes were granted additional year of eligibility)
➤ Post-IU destinations for early departures in gray.
NBA draft selections from IU are in red; Followed by Round selected (Overall pick).
NPOY/AA/CMVP['##©/①/②] = National Player of the Year/All-American/Conference MVP with years selected (©=Consensus,①=Consensus 1st team,②=Consensus 2nd team).


2023: ♦ Gabe Cupps; ♦ Jakai Newton.

2022: ♦ Kaleb Banks; ♦ CJ Gunn; ♦ Jalen Hood-Schifino; ♦ Malik Reneau. ✧ Hogan Orbaugh (T<Louisville>).

2021: ♦ Tamar Bates; ♦ Logan Duncomb. ❖ Michael Durr (T<South Florida>-1y* ➤UCF);  ❖ Xavier Johnson (T<Pittsburgh>-2y); ❖ Miller Kopp (T<Northwestern>-2y). ✧ Shaan Burke.

2020: ♦ Trey Galloway; ♦ Jordan Geronimo; ♦ Khristian Lander (2y ➤Western Kentucky); ♦ Anthony Leal. ❖ Parker Stewart (T<Pittsburgh➤UT Martin>-R['20]-1y* ➤UT Martin). ✧ Sebastien Scott (2y).

 

2019: ♦ Armaan Franklin (2y ➤Virginia); ♦ Trayce Jackson-Davis (AA['21]). ❖ Joey Brunk (T<Butler>-R['20]-1y* ➤Ohio State). ✧ Cooper Bybee (JC-2y); ✧ Adrian Chapman; ✧ Nathan Childress; ✧ Jacquez Henderson (1y); ✧ Michael Shipp.

2018: ♦ Damezi Anderson (2y ➤Loyola Chicago); ♦ Jake Forrester (1y ➤Temple➤Saint Louis); ♦ Jerome Hunter (R['18]-2y ➤Xavier); ♦ Romeo Langford 1(14) (1y ➤NBA); ♦ Robert Phinisee (4y* ➤Cincinnati). ❖ Evan Fitzner (T<St. Mary's>-1y).

2017: ♦ Aljami Durham (4y* ➤Providence); ♦ Clifton Moore (1y ➤La Salle➤Providence); ♦ Justin Smith (3y* ➤Arkansas); ♦ Race Thompson (R['17]). ✧ Vijay Blackmon (T<NAIA>-R['17]-1y ➤DII); ✧ Ethan Lasko (1y ➤Manhattan➤DIII).

2016: ♦ De'Ron Davis; ♦ Grant Gelon (1y ➤JC➤NAIA); ♦ Devonte Green; ♦ Curtis Jones (1.5y ➤Oklahoma State➤Penn State). ❖ Freddie McSwain (JC-2y). ✧ Johnny Jager (T<DIII>-R['16]-2y).

2015: ♦ Thomas Bryant 2(42) (2y ➤NBA); ♦ Juwan Morgan; ♦ Ogugua Anunoby 1(23) (2y ➤NBA). ❖ Max Bielfeldt (T<Michigan>-1y); ❖ Josh Newkirk (T<Pittsburgh>-R['15]-2y). ✧ Zach McRoberts (T<Vermont>-R['15]); ✧ Harrison Niego (1y ➤DII); ✧ Quentin Taylor; ✧ Jackson Tharp (1y).

 

2014: ♦ Jeremiah April (1y ➤JC➤DII); ♦ James Blackmon Jr (3y ➤NBA); ♦ Max Hoetzel (1y ➤San Diego State); ♦ Emmitt Holt (1y ➤JC➤Providence); ♦ Robert Johnson; ♦ Tim Priller. ❖ Nick Zeisloft (T<Illinois State>-2y). ✧ Jordan Fuchs (<FB>-1y); ✧ Nate Ritchie (1y).

2013: ♦ Devin Davis (R['14]-1y ➤JC➤Houston); ♦ Luke Fischer (0.5y ➤Marquette); ♦ Collin Hartman (R['16]); ♦ Stanford Robinson (2y ➤Rhode Island); ♦ Noah Vonleh 1(9) (1y ➤NBA); ♦ Troy Williams (3y ➤NBA). ❖ Evan Gordon (T<Liberty➤Arizona State>-1y). ✧ Ryan Burton (T<DII>-R['13]-2y); ✧ Andrew Calomeris (1y); ✧ Joe Fagan (1y).

2012: ♦ Kevin Ferrell (AA['16]); ♦ Jeremy Hollowell (2y ➤Georgia State); ♦ Peter Jurkin (2y ➤East Tennessee State); ♦ Hanner Mosquera-Perea (3y ➤East Tennessee State). ✧ Jonny Marlin (T<IPFW>-R['12]-1y ➤NAIA).

2011: ♦ Remy Abell (2y ➤Xavier); ♦ Austin Etherington (R['12]-2y* ➤Butler); ♦ Cody Zeller 1(4) (AA['12,'13②], 2y ➤NBA).

2010:♦ Victor Oladipo 1(2) (NPOY/AA①['13], 3y ➤NBA); ♦ Will Sheehey. ✧ Jeff Howard; ✧ Raphael Smith (R['10]-2y); ✧ Taylor Wayer.

 

2009: ♦ Bobby Capobianco (2y ➤Valparaiso); ♦ Maurice Creek (R['11]-3y* ➤George Washington); ♦ Derek Elston; ♦ Jordan Hulls; ♦ Bawa Muniru (1y ➤Tennessee State➤NAIA); ♦ Christian Watford.

2008: ♦ Verdell Jones III; ♦ Tom Pritchard; ♦ Matt Roth; ♦ Malik Story (1y ➤Nevada); ♦ Nick Williams (1y ➤Mississippi). ❖ Devan Dumes (JC<Eastern Michigan>-2y); ❖ Tijan Jobe (JC-2y); ❖ Jeremiah Rivers (T<Georgetown>R['08]-2y). ✧ Kory Barnett; ✧ Steven Gambles (2y); ✧ Broderick Lewis (1y); ✧ Daniel Moore; ✧ Michael Santa (1y); ✧ Kipp Schutz (<BB>-1y); ✧ Evan White (1y).

2007: ♦ Jordan Crawford (1y ➤Xavier); ♦ Eric Gordon 1(7) (AA['08], 1y ➤NBA); ♦ Eli Holman (1y ➤Detroit); ♦ Brandon McGee (1y ➤[Auburn] ➤JC ➤Georgia State). ❖ Jamarcus Ellis (JC-1y ➤NAIA); ❖ DeAndre Thomas (JC-1y ➤NAIA).

2006: ♦ Armon Bassett (2y ➤[UAB]➤Ohio); ♦ Xavier Keeling (1y ➤JC➤Detroit ➤NAIA). ❖ Lance Stemler (JC<Bradley>-2y); ❖ Mike White (JC-2y). ✧ Brett Finkelmeier (R['06]-3y).

2005: ♦ Ben Allen (2y ➤St. Mary's); ♦ Cem Dinc (1y ➤JC➤Harvard); ♦ Joey Shaw (R['05]-1y ➤JC➤Nevada). ❖ Earl Calloway (JC<New Mexico State>-2y). ✧ Mike Davis Jr (1y).

 

2004: ♦ A.J. Ratliff (did not complete senior year); ♦ Robert Vaden (2y ➤UAB); ♦ D.J. White 1(29) (AA②/CMVP['08]). ❖ Marco Killingsworth (T<Auburn>-R['04]-1y); ❖ Lewis Monroe (T<Auburn>-R['04]-1y). ✧ Adam Ahlfeld; ✧ James Hardy (<FB>-1y); ✧ Kyle Taber (R['04]).

2003: ♦ Patrick Ewing Jr (2y ➤Georgetown); ♦ Jessan Gray-Ashley (1y ➤JC➤Iowa State); . ✧ Errek Suhr.

2002: ♦ Daryl Pegram (1y ➤Loyola Marymount); ♦ Marshall Strickland; ♦ Roderick Wilmont (R['02]); ♦ Bracey Wright 2(47) (3y ➤NBA). ✧ Jason Stewart (2y); ✧ Joe Haarman (1y).

2001: ♦ Sean Kline (R['01]); ♦ Donald Perry (did not complete senior year). ✧ Mark Johnson; ✧ Scott May Jr (R['01]-0y); ✧ Ryan Tapak.

2000: ♦ Jared Jeffries 1(11) (AA②/CMVP['02], 2y ➤NBA); ♦ A.J. Moye; ♦ Andre Owens (1y ➤Houston); ♦ Mike Roberts (R['01]).

 

1999: ♦ Tom Coverdale; ♦ George Leach (R['99]); ♦ Jeff Newton.

1998: ♦ Dane Fife; ♦ Kyle Hornsby (R['98]); ♦ Jarrad Odle. ❖ Lynn Washington (JC-2y). ✧ Antwan Randle El (<FB>-1y).

1997: ♦ Kirk Haston 1(16) (AA['01], R['97]-3y ➤NBA); ♦ Luke Recker (2y ➤[Arizona]➤Iowa). ❖ William Gladness (JC-2y); ❖ Rob Turner (JC-2y). ✧ Tom Geyer (R['97]-2y).

1996: ♦ Jason Collier (2y ➤Georgia Tech); ♦ A.J. Guyton 2(32) (AA①/CMVP['00]); ♦ Michael Lewis. ✧ Luke Jimenez.

1995: ♦ Larry Richardson (R['95]). ❖ Lou Moore (JC-1y ➤Oklahoma); ❖ Haris Mujezinovic (JC-2y); ❖ Chris Rowles (JC-1y ➤NAIA). ✧ Kevin Lemme (1y).

 

1994: ♦ Michael Hermon (1y ➤JC); ♦ Rob Hodgson (R['94]-0y ➤Rutgers); ♦ Charlie Miller; ♦ Andrae Patterson 2(46); ♦ Neil Reed (3y ➤Southern Mississippi). ✧ Jean Paul (<FB>-2y['94,'96]).

1993: ♦ Robbie Eggers (R['93]); ♦ Rob Foster (0y ➤JC➤Drake); ♦ Steve Hart (2y ➤Indiana State); ♦ Richard Mandeville (R['94]); ♦ Sherron Wilkerson (R['94]-2y ➤NAIA). ✧ Ross Hales (<FB>-1y).

1992: ♦ Malcom Sims (1y ➤Cleveland State).

1991: ♦ Brian Evans 1(27) (AA/CMVP['96], R['91]); ♦ Alan Henderson 1(16) (AA['95]); ♦ Todd Lindeman (R['92]).

1990: ♦ Damon Bailey 2(44) (AA['94]); ♦ Pat Knight (R['91]).

 

1989: ♦ Calbert Cheaney 1(6) (NPOY©/AA①/CMVP['93],AA['91,'92]); ♦ Lawrence Funderburke (1y ➤Ohio State); ♦ Greg Graham 1(17); ♦ Pat Graham (R['91]); ♦ Chris Lawson (2y ➤Vanderbilt); ♦ Todd Leary (R['90]); ♦ Chris Reynolds.

1988: ♦ Eric Anderson; ♦ Jamal Meeks; ♦ Matt Nover (R['88]). ❖ Chuckie White (JC-1y ➤Colorado State).

1987: ♦ Jay Edwards 2(33) (AA②['89], 2y<Played sophmore year as walk-on> ➤NBA); ♦ Lyndon Jones. ❖ Mike D'Aloisio (T<San Francisco>-R['87]-1y); ❖ Mark Robinson (JC-R['87]-2y).

1986: ♦ Tony Freeman (1y ➤Illinois-Chicago); ♦ Dave Minor (1y ➤Xavier). ❖ Dean Garrett 2(38) (JC-2y); ❖ Keith Smart 2(41) (JC-2y).

1985: ♦ Ricky Calloway (3y ➤Kansas); ♦ Jeff Oliphant (R['85]). ❖ Andre Harris (JC-1y ➤Austin Peay); ❖ Todd Jadlow (JC-R['86]-3y).

 

1984: ♦ Delray Brooks (2y ➤Providence); ♦ Steve Eyl; ♦ Joe Hillman (R['85]); ♦ Magnus Pelkowski (R['85]); ♦ Brian Sloan (R['85]); ♦ Kreigh Smith (R['85]).

1983: ♦ Steve Alford 2(26) (AA①/CMVP['87],AA①['86]); ♦ Todd Meier; ♦ Marty Simmons (2y ➤Evansville); ♦ Daryl Thomas 6(120). ❖ Courtney Witte (JC-R['84]-2y).

1982: ♦ Tracy Foster (2y ➤UAB); ♦ Mike Giomi (3y<Played junior year as walk-on> ➤North Carolina State)Stew Robinson.

1981: ♦ Uwe Blab 1(17); ♦ Dan Dakich; ♦ John Flowers (2y ➤UNLV); ♦ Winston Morgan (R['83]-<Played senior year as walk-on>); ♦ Rick Rowray (1y ➤Ball State). ✧ Cam Cameron (<FB>-2y).

1980: ♦ Craig Bardo (1y ➤Citadel); ♦ Mike LaFave (1y ➤Ball State).

 

1979: ♦ Steve Bouchie 4(78); ♦ Tony Brown 7(141); ♦ Chuck Franz (R['82]); ♦ Isiah Thomas 1(2) (AA①['81], 2y ➤NBA); ♦ Jim Thomas 2(40).

1978: ♦ Ted Kitchel 2(41) (AA['82,'83], R['78]); ♦ Landon Turner 10(226) (AA['82], 3y ➤Injury); ♦ Randy Wittman 1(22) (AA②/CMVP['83], R['79]). ✧ Steven Reish (<BB>-1y).

1977: ♦ Tommy Baker (2y ➤Eastern Kentucky); ♦ Don Cox (<Academically ineligible as freshman>-1y ➤Dismissed during sophomore year); ♦ Phil Isenbarger; ♦ Eric Kirchner; ♦ Steve Risley 8(180); ♦ Ray Tolbert 1(18) (CMVP['81]).

1976: ♦ Butch Carter 2(37); ♦ Bill Cunningham (2y ➤UNLV); ♦ Glen Grunwald 5(115) (R['78]); ♦ Derek Holcomb (1y ➤Illinois); ♦ Mike Miday (1y ➤Bowling Green); ♦ Mike Woodson 1(12) (AA['79],AA/CMVP['80]).

1975: ♦ Bob Bender (2y ➤Duke); ♦ Scott Eells; ♦ Jim Roberson (Dismissed during senior year); ♦ Rich Valavicius (2y ➤Auburn).

 

1974: ♦ Larry Bird (0y ➤[JC]➤Indiana State); ♦ Mark Haymore (2y ➤UMass); ♦ Wayne Radford 2(27); ♦ Jim Wisman.

1973: ♦ Kent Benson 1(1) (AA①/CMVP['77],AA['75,'76①]).

1972: ♦ Tom Abernethy 3(43); ♦ Quinn Buckner 1(7) (AA['75,'76]); ♦ Jim Crews; ♦ Craig Morris (2y); ♦ Don Noort (3y); ♦ Scott May 1(2) (NPOY©/AA①/CMVP['76],AA①/CMVP['75],<Academically ineligible as freshman>-3y); ♦ Bobby Wilkerson 1(11) (<Academically ineligible as freshman>-3y).

 

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1971: ♦ Steve Ahlfeld; ♦ Doug Allen; ♦ Steve Green 2(30) (AA['74,'75]); ♦ John Kamstra; ♦ John Laskowski 2(32).

1970: ♦ Steve Heiniger (2y ➤Northeast Louisiana); ♦ Dave Shepherd (2y ➤Mississippi).

1969: ♦ Ed Daniels (1y ➤Marquette); ♦ Steve Downing 1(17) (AA/CMVP['73]); ♦ George McGinnis 2(22) (AA['71], 1y ➤ABA); ♦ Jerry Memering; ♦ Kim Pemberton (did not complete senior year); ♦ John Ritter 8(125); ♦ Bootsie White (did not complete senior year); ♦ Frank Wilson. ❖ Jim Harris 14(208) (JC-2y).

 

Other Past Recruits (1950-68): 1968: ♦Tom Boone; ♦ Rick Ford; ♦ John Hickey; ♦ Joby Wright. ❖ Michael Branaugh (JC). 1967: ♦ Kevin Bass; ♦ Larry Gipson; ♦ Ken Morgan; ♦ Ben Miles; ♦ Jeff Stocksdale; ♦ Mike Szymanczyk. 1966: ♦ Rick Atkinson; ♦ Joe Cooke; ♦ John Isenbarger; ♦ Ken Johnson; ♦ Bobby Kent; ♦ Mike Niles; ♦ Mike Noland. 1965: ♦ Mike Bedree; ♦ Harold Curdy; ♦ Bill DeHeer; ♦ John Muirhead; ♦ Gabe Oliverio; ♦ Earl Schneider; ♦ Bill Stenberg. 1964: ♦ Frank Everett; ♦ Butch Joyner; ♦ Gary Leinberger; ♦ Ken Newsome; ♦ Vern Payne; ♦ Rich Schrumpf. 1963: ♦ Dave Dickerson; ♦ Erv Inninger; ♦ Jack Johnson; ♦ Ron McMains; ♦ Bill Russell; ♦ Gary Tofil. ❖ Larry Cooper (JC). 1962: ♦ Jack Campbell; ♦ Gary Greiger; ♦ Vern Pfaff; ♦ Larry Turpen; ♦ Max Walker. 1961: ♦ Gene Demaree; ♦ Al Harden; ♦ Jon McGlocklin; ♦ Ron Pease; ♦ Ron Peyser; ♦ Steve Redenbaugh; ♦ Dick VanArsdale AA['65]; ♦ Tom VanArsdale AA['65]. 1960: ♦ Dave Holland; ♦ Jim Sutton. 1959: ♦ Tom Bolyard; ♦ Winston Fairfield; ♦ Dave Granger; ♦ Ray Pavy; ♦ Dave Porter; ♦ Dan Prickett; ♦ Jimmy Rayl AA['62,'63]; ♦ Charley Roush; ♦ Dick Sparks. 1958: ♦ Bill Altman; ♦ Jerry Bass; ♦ Charley Hall; ♦ Gordon Mickey; ♦ Ernie Wilhoit. 1957: ♦ Walt Bellamy AA['60,'61②]; ♦ Leroy Gamble; ♦ Ron Horn; ♦ Leroy Johnson; ♦ Herbie Lee; ♦ Gary Long; ♦ Randy Williams. 1956: ♦ Glen Butte; ♦ Stan Hill; ♦ Frank Radovich; ♦ Bob Reinhart; ♦ Al Schlegelmilch; ♦ Bob Wilkinson; ♦ Norbert Witte. 1955: ♦ Lee Aldridge; ♦ Bill Balch; ♦ Gene Flowers; ♦ Thomas Hayes; ♦ Jim Hinds; ♦ Jerry Schofield. 1954: ♦ Ray Ball; ♦ Charlie Brown; ♦ Dick Custer; ♦ Archie Dees AA/CMVP['58],AA②/CMVP['57]; ♦ Sam Gee; ♦ Paxton Lumpkin; ♦ Pete Obremsky; ♦ Jerry Thompson. 1953: ♦ Hallie Bryant; ♦ Charlie Hodson; ♦ Dick Kirkpatrick; ♦ Dick Neal. ✧ Clarence Doninger. 1952: ♦ Jim Barley; ♦ Wally Choice; ♦ Warren Fisher; ♦ Bill Maetschke; ♦ Sherrill Marginet; ♦ Charles Mead; ♦ Jim Phipps; ♦ Neal Skeeters; ♦ Frank Stemle; ♦ Cliff Williamson. ❖ Dick Hendricks (T); ❖ Paul Poff (T). 1951 (Freshmen eligible for 1951-1952 season): ♦ Phil Byers; ♦ Goethe Chambers; ♦ Don Henry; ♦ Don Schlundt AA②/CMVP['53],AA['54①,'55②]; ♦ Burke Scott; ♦ Jack Tilly; ♦ Dick White. ✧ William Dittus; ✧ James Fields. 1950: ♦; Sammy Esposito; ♦ Dick Farley; ♦ Pat Klein; ♦ Charles Kraak; ♦ Bob Leonard AA['53,'54②]; ♦ Lou Scott; ♦ Ron Taylor; ♦ Jack Wright. ✧ Jim DeaKyne.
 

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cP5Odgh.png Basketball Yearbook
(2000 to Present)

Key:
Additions:
Scholarship players, first season of play at IU. Years and level of experience in parentheses for transfers.
Departures: Scholarship players lost from prior year's roster. Non-graduate departures in italics. * Graduated with eligibility remaining.
2021-2022 Record: 21-14 Conference: 9-11 (9)
Tourney Semifinals (9 seed)
Post-Season: NCAA Round of 64 (12 seed/First Four) [l. St. Mary's]
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 95 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 23
Coach: Mike Woodson
Assistant Coaches: Dane Fife, Kenya Hunter, Yasir Rosemond
Top Performers:
Scoring:
Trayce Jackson-Davis (18.3 ppg)
Rebounding: Trayce Jackson-Davis (8.1 rpg)
Assists: Xavier Johnson (5.1 apg)
Additions: Michael Durr (3yDI); Xavier Johnson (3yDI); Miller Kopp (3yDI); Parker Stewart (2yDI); Tamar Bates; Logan Duncomb.
Departures: Joey Brunk*, Aljami Durham*. Armaan Franklin, Jerome Hunter.
2021 - All players granted additional year of eligibility due to COVID-19 pandemic.
2020-2021 Record: 12-15 Conference: 7-12 (T10)
Tourney Second Round (10 seed)
Post-Season: -
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 92 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 44
Coach: Archie Miller
Assistant Coaches: Tom Ostrom, Kenya Hunter, Mike Roberts
Captains: Joey Brunk, Aljami Durham, Robert Phinisee, Race Thompson
Top Performers:
Scoring:
Trayce Jackson-Davis (19.1 ppg)
Rebounding: Trayce Jackson-Davis (9.0 rpg)
Assists: Robert Phinisee (2.9 apg)
Additions: Trey Galloway; Jordan Geronimo; Khristian Lander; Anthony Leal.
Departures: De'ron Davis; Devonte Green. Damezi Anderson; Justin Smith
Redshirt: Joey Brunk.
2019-2020 Record: 20-12 Conference: 9-11 (T10)
Tournament canceled
Post-Season: Canceled
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 65 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 26
Coach: Archie Miller
Assistant Coaches: Tom Ostrom, Bruiser Flint, Mike Roberts
Captains: Aljami Durham, Devonte Green
Top Performers:
Scoring:
Trayce Jackson-Davis (13.5 ppg)
Rebounding: Trayce Jackson-Davis (8.4 rpg)
Assists: Robert Phinisee (3.4 apg)
Additions: Joey Brunk (2yDI); Armaan Franklin; Trayce Jackson-Davis; Jerome Hunter.
Departures: Evan Fitzner; Juwan Morgan. Jake Forrester; Romeo Langford; Clifton Moore.
2018-2019 Record: 19-16 Conference: 8-12 (T8)
Tourney Second Round (9 seed)
Post-Season: NIT Quarter Finals (1 seed)
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 82 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 32
Coach: Archie Miller
Assistant Coaches: Tom Ostrom, Bruiser Flint, Ed Schilling
Captains: Zach McRoberts, Juwan Morgan
Top Performers:
Scoring:
Romeo Langford (16.5 ppg)
Rebounding: Juwan Morgan (8.2 rpg)
Assists: Devonte Green (3.0 apg)
Additions: Damezi Anderson; Evan Fitzner (3yDI); Jake Forrester; Romeo Langford; Robert Phinisee; Race Thompson.
Departures: Collin Hartman; Robert Johnson; Freddie McSwain; Josh Newkirk; Tim Priller.
Redshirt: Jerome Hunter.
2017-2018 Record: 16-15 Conference: 9-9 (T6)
Tourney Second Round (6 seed)
Post-Season: -
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 92 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 65
Coach: Archie Miller
Assistant Coaches: Tom Ostrom, Bruiser Flint, Ed Schilling
Captains: Collin Hartman, Robert Johnson
Top Performers:
Scoring:
Juwan Morgan (16.5 ppg)
Rebounding: Juwan Morgan (7.4 rpg)
Assists: Josh Newkirk (2.8 apg)
Additions: Aljami Durham; Clifton Moore; Justin Smith.
Departures: OG Anunoby; James Blackmon Jr; Thomas Bryant; Curtis Jones; Grant Gelon.
Redshirt: Race Thompson.
2016-2017 Record: 18-16 Conference: 7-11 (T10 )
Tourney Quarterfinals (10 seed)
Post-Season: 1st round NIT (3 seed)
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 27 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 104
Coach: Tom Crean
Assistant Coaches: Tim Buckley, Chuck Martin, Rob Judson
Top Performers:
Scoring:
 James Blackmon Jr (17.0 ppg)
Rebounding: Thomas Bryant (6.6 rpg)
Assists: Josh Newkirk (3.2 apg)
Additions: De'ron Davis; Grant Gelon; Devonte Green; Curtis Jones; Freddie McSwain (2yJC); Josh Newkirk (2yD1).
Departures: Kevin Ferrell; Max Bielfeldt; Nick Zeisloft. Troy Williams.
Redshirt: Collin Hartman.
2015-2016 Record: 27-8 Conference: 15-3 (1)
Tourney Quarterfinals (1 seed)
Post-Season: NCAA Sweet Sixteen (5 seed) [l. North Carolina]
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 6 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 59
Coach: Tom Crean
Assistant Coaches: Tim Buckley, Chuck Martin, Rob Judson
MVP: Kevin Ferrell
Top Performers:
Scoring:
Kevin Ferrell (17.3 ppg)
Rebounding: Troy Williams / Thomas Bryant (5.8 rpg)
Assists: Kevin Ferrell (5.6 apg)
Additions: Ogugua Anunoby; Max Bielfeldt (3yDI); Thomas Bryant; Juwan Morgan.
Departures: Jeremiah April; Devin Davis; Max Hoetzel; Emmitt Holt; Hanner Mosquera-Perea; Stanford Robinson.
2014-2015 Record: 20-14 Conference: 9-9 (T7)
Tourney Quarterfinals (7 seed)
Post-Season: NCAA Round of 64 (10 seed) [l. Wichita St]
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 8 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 200
Coach: Tom Crean
Assistant Coaches: Tim Buckley, Steve McClain, Chuck Martin
MVP: Kevin Ferrell
Top Performers:
Scoring:
Kevin Ferrell (16.3 ppg)
Rebounding: Troy Williams (7.4 rpg)
Assists: Kevin Ferrell (4.9 apg)
Additions: Jeremiah April; James Blackmon Jr; Max Hoetzel; Emmitt Holt; Robert Johnson; Tim Priller; Nick Zeisloft (2yDI).
Departures: Austin Etherington*; Evan Gordon; Will Sheehey. Luke Fischer; Jeremy Hollowell; Peter Jurkin; Noah Vonleh.
Redshirt: Devin Davis.
2014 - Maryland and Rutgers join Big Ten play (14 teams).
2013-2014 Record: 17-15 Conference: 7-11 (T8)
Tourney Opening Round (8 seed)
Post-Season: -
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 126 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 38
Coach: Tom Crean
Assistant Coaches: Tim Buckley, Steve McClain, Kenny Johnson
MVP: Kevin Ferrell
Top Performers:
Scoring:
Kevin Ferrell (17.3 ppg)
Rebounding: Noah Vonleh (9.0 rpg)
Assists: Kevin Ferrell (3.9 apg)
Additions: Devin Davis; Luke Fischer; Evan Gordon (3yDI); Collin Hartman; Stanford Robinson; Noah Vonleh; Troy Williams.
Departures: Maurice Creek*; Derek Elston; Jordan Hulls; Christian Watford. Remy Abell; Victor Oladipo; Cody Zeller.
2012-2013 Record: 29-7 Conference: 14-4 (1)
Tourney Semifinals (1 seed)
Post-Season: NCAA Sweet Sixteen (1 seed) [l. Syracuse]
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 2 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 19
Coach: Tom Crean
Assistant Coaches: Tim Buckley, Steve McClain, Kenny Johnson
MVPs: Victor Oladipo, Cody Zeller
Top Performers:
Scoring:
Cody Zeller (16.5 ppg)
Rebounding: Cody Zeller (8.1 rpg)
Assists: Kevin Ferrell (4.1 apg)
Additions: Kevin Ferrell; Jeremy Hollowell; Peter Jurkin; Hanner Mosquera-Perea.
Departures: Verdell Jones III; Tom Pritchard; Matt Roth.
Redshirt: Austin Etherington.
2011-2012 Record: 27-9 Conference: 11-7 (5)
Tourney Quarterfinals (5 seed)
Post-Season: NCAA Sweet Sixteen (4 seed) [l. Kentucky]
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 4 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 72
Coach: Tom Crean
Assistant Coaches: Tim Buckley, Bennie Seltzer, Steve McClain
MVP: Cody Zeller
Top Performers:
Scoring:
Cody Zeller (15.6 ppg)
Rebounding: Cody Zeller (6.6 rpg)
Assists: Jordan Hulls (3.3 apg)
Additions: Remy Abell; Austin Etherington; Cody Zeller.
Departures: Jeremiah Rivers. Bobby Capobianco.
Redshirt: Maurice Creek.
2011 - Nebraska joins Big Ten play (12 teams).
2010-2011 Record: 12-20 Conference: 3-15 (11)
Tourney Opening Round (11 seed)
Post-Season: -
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 61 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 128
Coach: Tom Crean
Assistant Coaches: Tim Buckley, Bennie Seltzer, Steve McClain
Top Performers:
Scoring:
Christian Watford (16.0 ppg)
Rebounding: Christian Watford (5.1 rpg)
Assists: Jordan Hulls (2.9 apg)
Additions: Victor Oladipo; Will Sheehey.
Departures: Devan Dumes; Tijan Jobe. Bawa Muniru.
2011 - NCAA tournament field expanded to 68 teams.
2009-2010 Record: 10-21 Conference: 4-14 (T9)
Tourney Opening Round (10 seed)
Post-Season: -
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 190 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 176
Coach: Tom Crean
Assistant Coaches: Tim Buckley, Bennie Seltzer, Roshown McLeod
Top Performers:
Scoring:
Verdell Jones III (14.9 ppg)
Rebounding: Christian Watford (6.0 rpg)
Assists: Jeremiah Rivers (3.4 apg)
Additions: Bobby Capobianco; Maurice Creek; Derek Elston; Jordan Hulls; Bawa Muniru; Jeremiah Rivers (2yDI); Christian Watford.
Departures: Malik Story; Nick Williams.
2008-2009 Record: 6-25 Conference: 1-17 (11)
Tourney Opening Round (11 seed)
Post-Season: -
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 231 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 174
Coach: Tom Crean
Assistant Coaches: Tim Buckley, Bennie Seltzer, Roshown McLeod
Captain: Kyle Taber
MVPs: Devan Dumes, Tom Pritchard, Verdell Jones III
Top Performers:
Scoring:
Devan Dumes (12.7 ppg)
Rebounding: Tom Pritchard (6.4 rpg)
Assists: Verdell Jones III (3.6 apg)
Additions: Devan Dumes (1yDI/1yJC); Tijan Jobe (2yJC); Verdell Jones III; Tom Pritchard; Matt Roth; Malik Story; Nick Williams.
Departures: A.J. Ratliff; Lance Stemler; D.J. White; Mike White. Armon Bassett; Jordan Crawford; Jamarcus Ellis; Eric Gordon; Eli Holman; Brandon McGee; DeAndre Thomas.
Redshirt: Jeremiah Rivers.
2007-2008 Record: 25-8 Conference: 14-4 (3)
Tourney Quarterfinals (3 seed)
Post-Season: 1st round NCAA (8 seed) [l. Arkansas]
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 29 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 44
Coach: Kelvin Sampson / Dan Dakich (interim)
Assistant Coaches: Ray McCallum, Jeff Meyer, Dan Dakich, Travis Steele (7 games)
Captains: D.J. White; Lance Stemler
MVP: D.J. White
Top Performers:
Scoring: Eric Gordon (20.9 ppg)
Rebounding: D.J. White (10.3 rpg)
Assists: Jamarcus Ellis (3.4 apg)
Additions: Jordan Crawford; Jamarcus Ellis (2yJC); Eric Gordon; Eli Holman; Brandon McGee; DeAndre Thomas (2yJC).
Departures: Earl Calloway; Roderick Wilmont. Ben Allen; Xavier Keeling; Joey Shaw.
2006-2007 Record: 21-11 Conference: 10-6 (3)
Tourney Quarterfinals (3 seed)
Post-Season: 2nd round NCAA (7 seed) [l. UCLA]
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 26 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 23
Coach: Kelvin Sampson
Assistant Coaches: Ray McCallum, Jeff Meyer, Rob Senderof
MVPs: D.J. White, Roderick Wilmont
Top Performers:
Scoring: D.J. White (13.8 ppg)
Rebounding: D.J. White (7.3 rpg)
Assists: Earl Calloway (4.3 apg)
Additions: Armon Bassett; Xavier Keeling; Joey Shaw; Lance Stemler (1yDI/1yJC); Mike White (2yJC).
Departures: Marco Killingsworth; Sean Kline; Lewis Monroe; Marshall Strickland. Cem Dinc; Robert Vaden.
2005-2006 Record: 19-12 Conference: 9-7 (T4)
Tourney Semifinals (5 seed)
Post-Season: 2nd round NCAA (6 seed) [l. Gonzaga]
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 58 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 33
Coach: Mike Davis
Assistant Coaches: Kerry Rupp, Donnie Marsh, Sidney Green
Top Performers:
Scoring:
Marco Killingsworth (17.1 ppg)
Rebounding: Marco Killingsworth (7.8 rpg)
Assists: Robert Vaden (3.5 apg)
Additions: Ben Allen; Earl Calloway (1yDI/1yJC); Cem Dinc; Marco Killingsworth (3yDI); Lewis Monroe (3yDI).
Departures: Donald Perry; Mike Roberts. Patrick Ewing Jr; Bracey Wright.
Redshirt: Joey Shaw.
2004-2005 Record: 15-14 Conference: 10-6 (T4)
Tourney Quarterfinals (4 seed)
Post-Season: 1st round NIT
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 68 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 76
Coach: Mike Davis
Assistant Coaches: Kerry Rupp, Donnie Marsh, Thad Fitzpatrick
Top Performers:
Scoring: Bracey Wright (18.3 ppg)
Rebounding: D.J. White (4.9 rpg)
Assists: Marshall Strickland (3.4 apg)
Additions: A.J. Ratliff; Robert Vaden; D.J. White.
Departures: George Leach; A.J. Moye. Jessan Gray-Ashley.
Redshirts: Marco Killingsworth; Lewis Monroe.
2003-2004 Record: 14-15 Conference: 7-9 (T7)
Tourney Quarterfinals (8 seed)
Post-Season: -
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 120 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 72
Coach: Mike Davis
Assistant Coaches: Kerry Rupp, Donnie Marsh, Thad Fitzpatrick
Captains: A.J. Moye; George Leach
Top Performers:
Scoring: Bracey Wright (18.5 ppg)
Rebounding: A.J. Moye (6.4 rpg)
Assists: Marshall Strickland (2.7 apg)
Additions: Patrick Ewing Jr; Jessan Gray-Ashley; Roderick Wilmont.
Departures: Tom Coverdale; Kyle Hornsby; Jeff Newton. Daryl Pegram.
2002-2003 Record: 21-13 Conference: 8-8 (T6)
Tourney Semifinals (6 seed)
Post-Season: 2nd round NCAA (7 seed) [l. Pittsburgh]
Pre-Season: Maui Invitational Champions
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 20 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 102
Coach: Mike Davis
Assistant Coaches: John Treloar, Jim Thomas, Ben McDonald
Captains: Tom Coverdale; Kyle Hornsby; Jeff Newton
MVP: Jeff Newton
Top Performers:
Scoring:
Jeff Newton (14.9 ppg)
Rebounding: Jeff Newton (8.2 rpg)
Assists: Tom Coverdale (4.5 apg)
Additions: Sean Kline; Daryl Pegram; Marshall Strickland; Bracey Wright.
Departures: Dane Fife; Jarrad Odle. Jared Jeffries.
Redshirt: Roderick Wilmont
2001-2002 Record: 25-12 Conference: 11-5 (T1)
Tourney Semifinals (4 seed)
Post-Season: NCAA Finals (5 seed) [l. Maryland]
KenPom adj OE National Ranking: 26 KenPom adj DE National Ranking: 5
Coach: Mike Davis
Assistant Coaches: John Treloar, Jim Thomas, Ben McDonald
Captains: Dane Fife; Jarrod Odle
MVP: Jared Jeffries
Top Performers:
Scoring:
Jared Jeffries (15.0 ppg)
Rebounding: Jared Jeffries (7.6 rpg)
Assists: Tom Coverdale (4.8 apg)
Addition: Donald Perry.
Departures: Kirk Haston; Andre Owens.
Redshirts: Sean Kline; Mike Roberts
2000-2001 Record: 21-13 Conference: 10-6 (4)
Tourney Finals (4 seed)
Post-Season: 1st round NCAA (4 seed) [l. Kent State]
Coach: Mike Davis
Assistant Coaches: John Treloar, Julius Smith, Dan Panaggio
Captains: Dane Fife; Kirk Haston; Jarrad Odle
MVP: Kirk Haston
Top Performers:
Scoring:
Kirk Haston (19.0 ppg)
Rebounding: Kirk Haston (8.7 rpg)
Assists: Tom Coverdale (4.8 apg)
Additions: Jared Jeffries; George Leach; A.J. Moye; Andre Owens; Mike Roberts
Departures: A.J. Guyton; Michael Lewis; Larry Richardson; Lynn Washington.
2001 - NCAA tournament field expanded to 65 teams.
 
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(1900 to 2000)

Key:
Additions:
Players first season of play at IU. Years and level of varsity experience in parentheses for transfers.
Departures: Players lost from prior year's roster. Non-senior departures in italics.
1999-2000 Record: 20-9 Conference: 10-6 (5)
Tourney Quarterfinals (5 seed)
Post-Season: 1st round NCAA (6 seed) [l. Pepperdine]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Mike Davis, Pat Knight, John Treloar
Captains: Michael Lewis; A.J. Guyton
MVP: A.J. Guyton
Top Performers:
Scoring: A.J. Guyton (19.7 ppg)
Rebounding: Kirk Haston (8.3 rpg)
Assists: Michael Lewis (5.3 apg)
Additions: Tom Coverdale; Kyle Hornsby; Jeff Newton.
Departures: William Gladness; Rob Turner. Luke Recker.
Redshirt: George Leach
1998-1999 Record: 23-11 Conference: 9-7 (T3)
Tourney Quarterfinals (3 seed)
Post-Season: 2nd round NCAA (6 seed) [l. St. Johns]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Mike Davis, Pat Knight, John Treloar
Captain: A.J. Guyton
MVP: A.J. Guyton
Top Performers:
Scoring: Luke Recker (16.1 ppg)
Rebounding: Kirk Haston (6.5 rpg)
Assists: Michael Lewis (4.5 apg)
Additions: Dane Fife; Kirk Haston; Jarrad Odle; Lynn Washington (2yJC).
Departures: Robbie Eggers; Richard Mandeville; Charlie Miller; Andrae Patterson. Jason Collier.
Redshirt: Kyle Hornsby
1997-1998 Record: 20-12 Conference: 9-7 (T5)
Tourney Quarterfinals (6 seed)
Post-Season: 2nd round NCAA (7 seed) [l. UConn]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Mike Davis, Craig Hartman, John Treloar
Captain: Game Captains
MVP: A.J. Guyton
Top Performers:
Scoring: A.J. Guyton (16.8 ppg)
Rebounding: Andrae Patterson (5.8 rpg)
Assists: Michael Lewis (4.7 apg)
Additions: William Gladness (2yJC); Luke Recker; Rob Turner (2yJC).
Departures: Haris Mujezinovic. Neil Reed.
Redshirt: Kirk Haston
1998 - Big Ten begins conference championship tournament.
1996-1997 Record: 22-11 Conference: 9-9 (T6) Post-Season: 1st round NCAA (8 seed) [l. Colorado]
Pre-Season: Preseason NIT Champions
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Dan Dakich, Ron Felling, Craig Hartman
Captain: Game Captains
MVP: A.J. Guyton
Top Performers:
Scoring: A.J. Guyton (13.6 ppg)
Rebounding: Andrae Patterson (6.7 rpg)
Assists: A.J. Guyton (3.9 apg)
Additions: Jason Collier; A.J. Guyton; Michael Lewis; Larry Richardson.
Departures: Brian Evans; Todd Lindeman. Lou Moore; Chris Rowles; Sherron Wilkerson.
1995-1996 Record: 19-12 Conference: 12-6 (T2) Post-Season: 1st round NCAA (6 seed) [l. Boston College]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Dan Dakich, Ron Felling, Craig Hartman
Captains: Brian Evans; Todd Lindeman
MVP: Brian Evans
Top Performers:
Scoring: Brian Evans (21.2 ppg)
Rebounding: Brian Evans (7.1 rpg)
Assists: Neil Reed (4.4 apg)
Additions: Lou Moore (1yJC); Haris Mujezinovic (2yJC); Chris Rowles (1yJC).
Departures: Alan Henderson; Pat Knight. Steve Hart; Michael Hermon; [Rob Hodgson].
Redshirt: Larry Richardson
1994-1995 Record: 19-12 Conference: 11-7 (T3) Post-Season: 1st round NCAA (9 seed) [l. Missouri]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Dan Dakich, Norm Ellenberger, Ron Felling
Captains: Alan Henderson; Pat Knight
MVP: Alan Henderson
Top Performers:
Scoring: Alan Henderson (23.5 ppg)
Rebounding: Alan Henderson (9.7 rpg)
Assists: Brian Evans (3.3 apg)
Additions: Robbie Eggers; Michael Hermon; Charlie Miller; Andrae Patterson; Neil Reed.
Departures: Damon Bailey; Pat Graham; Todd Leary. [Rob Foster].
Redshirts: Rob Hodgson; Richard Mandeville; Sherron Wilkerson.
1993-1994 Record: 21-9 Conference: 12-6 (3) Post-Season: NCAA Sweet Sixteen (5 seed) [l. Boston College]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Dan Dakich, Norm Ellenberger, Ron Felling
Captains: Damon Bailey; Pat Graham; Todd Leary
MVPs: Damon Bailey; Alan Henderson
Top Performers:
Scoring: Damon Bailey (19.6 ppg)
Rebounding: Alan Henderson (10.3 rpg)
Assists: Damon Bailey (4.3 apg)
Additions: Steve Hart; Richard Mandeville; Sherron Wilkerson.
Departures: Calbert Cheaney; Greg Graham; Matt Nover; Chris Reynolds. Malcom Sims.
Redshirt: Robbie Eggers
1993 - NCAA adopts the 35-second shot clock.
1992-1993 Record: 31-4 Conference: 17-1 (1) Post-Season: NCAA Elite Eight (1 seed) [l. Kansas]
Pre-Season: Preseason NIT Champions
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Dan Dakich, Norm Ellenberger, Ron Felling
Captains: Calbert Cheaney; Greg Graham; Matt Nover; Chris Reynolds
MVP: Calbert Cheaney
Top Performers:
Scoring: Calbert Cheaney (22.4 ppg)
Rebounding: Alan Henderson (8.1 rpg)
Assists: Damon Bailey (4.1 apg)
Additions: Brian Evans; Malcom Sims.
Departures: Eric Anderson; Jamal Meeks.
Redshirt: Todd Lindeman.
1992 - Penn State joins Big Ten play (11 teams).
1991-1992 Record: 27-7 Conference: 14-4 (2) Post-Season: NCAA Final Four (2 seed) [l. Duke]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Dan Dakich, Norm Ellenberger, Ron Felling
Captains: Eric Anderson; Jamal Meeks
MVP: Calbert Cheaney
Top Performers:
Scoring: Calbert Cheaney (17.6 ppg)
Rebounding: Alan Henderson (7.2 rpg)
Assists: Jamal Meeks (4.2 apg)
Additions: Alan Henderson; Todd Lindeman.
Departures: Lyndon Jones. Chris Lawson.
Redshirts: Brian Evans; Pat Graham; Pat Knight.
1990-1991 Record: 29-5 Conference: 15-3 (T1) Post-Season: NCAA Sweet Sixteen (2 seed) [l. Kansas]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Dan Dakich, Norm Ellenberger, Ron Felling
Captain: Lyndon Jones
MVP: Calbert Cheaney
Top Performers:
Scoring: Calbert Cheaney (21.6 ppg)
Rebounding: Eric Anderson (7.1 rpg)
Assists: Jamal Meeks (4.9 apg)
Additions: Damon Bailey; Pat Knight.
Departures: Jeff Oliphant; Mark Robinson. Lawrence Funderburke.
Redshirt: Todd Leary.
1989-1990 Record: 18-11 Conference: 8-10 (7) Post-Season: 1st round NCAA (8 seed) [l. California]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Dan Dakich, Don Donoher, Ron Felling, Joby Wright
Captain: Jeff Oliphant
MVPs: Eric Anderson; Calbert Cheaney
Top Performers:
Scoring: Calbert Cheaney (17.1 ppg)
Rebounding: Eric Anderson (7.0 rpg)
Assists: Jamal Meeks (3.8 apg)
Additions: Calbert Cheaney; Lawrence Funderburke; Greg Graham; Pat Graham; Chris Lawson; Todd Leary; Matt Nover; Chris Reynolds.
Departures: Mike D'Aloisio; Joe Hillman; Todd Jadlow; Magnus Pelkowski; Brian Sloan; Kreigh Smith. Jay Edwards; Chuckie White.
1988-1989 Record: 27-8 Conference: 15-3 (T1) Post-Season: NCAA Sweet Sixteen (2 seed) [l. Seton Hall]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Dan Dakich, Ron Felling, Taylor Locke, Joby Wright
Captain: Joe Hillman
MVP: Joe Hillman
Top Performers:
Scoring: Jay Edwards (20.0 ppg)
Rebounding: Eric Anderson (6.1 rpg)
Assists: Joe Hillman (3.9 apg)
Additions: Eric Anderson; Mike D'Aloisio (3yDI); Jamal Meeks; Mark Robinson (2yJC); Chuckie White (2yJC).
Departures: Steve Eyl; Dean Garrett; Keith Smart. Ricky Calloway.
Redshirt: Matt Nover.
1987-1988 Record: 19-10 Conference: 11-7 (5) Post-Season: 1st round NCAA (4 seed) [l. Richmond]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Dan Dakich, Ron Felling, Joby Wright, Taylor Locke
Captains: Steve Eyl; Dean Garrett; Keith Smart
MVPs: Dean Garrett; Keith Smart
Top Performers:
Scoring: Dean Garrett (16.1 ppg)
Rebounding: Dean Garrett (8.5 rpg)
Assists: Joe Hillman (3.9 apg)
Additions: Jay Edwards; Lyndon Jones.
Departures: Steve Alford; Todd Meier; Daryl Thomas. Tony Freeman; Dave Minor.
Redshirt: Mark Robinson.
1986-1987 Record: 30-4 Conference: 15-3 (T1) Post-Season: NCAA Champions (1 seed) [w. Syracuse]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Ron Felling, Kohn Smith, Royce Waltman, Joby Wright
Captains: Steve Alford; Todd Meier; Daryl Thomas
MVP: Steve Alford
Top Performers:
Scoring: Steve Alford (22.0 ppg)
Rebounding: Dean Garrett (8.5 rpg)
Assists: Steve Alford (3.6 apg)
Additions: Tony Freeman; Dean Garrett (2yJC); Dave Minor; Jeff Oliphant; Keith Smart (2yJC).
Departures: Winston Morgan; Stew Robinson; Courtney Witte. Delray Brooks; Andre Harris.
Redshirt: Todd Jadlow.
1986 - NCAA adopts the 3-point field goal.
1985-1986 Record: 21-8 Conference: 13-5 (2) Post-Season: 1st round NCAA (3 seed) [l. Cleveland State]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Ron Felling, Kohn Smith, Royce Waltman, Joby Wright
Captains: Steve Alford; Winston Morgan; Stew Robinson
MVP: Steve Alford
Top Performers:
Scoring: Steve Alford (22.5 ppg)
Rebounding: Andre Harris (5.6 rpg)
Assists: Winston Morgan (4.6 apg)
Additions: Ricky Calloway; Andre Harris (2yJC); Todd Jadlow (1yJC).
Departures: Uwe Blab; Dan Dakich. Mike Giomi; Marty Simmons .
Redshirts: Joe Hillman; Jeff Oliphant; Magnus Pelkowski; Brian Sloan; Kreigh Smith.
1985 - NCAA adopts the 45-second shot clock.
1984-1985 Record: 19-14 Conference: 7-11 (7) Post-Season: NIT Finals
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Jim Crews, Kohn Smith, Royce Waltman, Joby Wright
Captain: Dan Dakich
MVP: Steve Alford; Uwe Blab
Top Performers:
Scoring: Steve Alford (18.1 ppg)
Rebounding: Uwe Blab (6.3 rpg)
Assists: Stew Robinson (4.6 apg)
Additions: Delray Brooks; Steve Eyl; Joe Hillman; Magnus Pelkowski; Brian Sloan; Kreigh Smith.
Departures: Chuck Franz. Tracy Foster .
Redshirt: Courtney Witte.
1985 - NCAA tournament field expanded to 64 teams.
1983-1984 Record: 22-9 Conference: 13-5 (3) Post-Season: NCAA Elite Eight (4 seed) [l. Virginia]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Jim Crews, Kohn Smith, Royce Waltman, Joby Wright
Captain: Dan Dakich
MVP: Steve Alford
Top Performers:
Scoring: Steve Alford (15.5 ppg)
Rebounding: Uwe Blab (6.1 rpg)
Assists: Stew Robinson (3.5 apg)
Additions: Steve Alford; Todd Meier; Marty Simmons; Daryl Thomas; Courtney Witte (2yJC).
Departures: Steve Bouchie; Tony Brown; Ted Kitchel; Jim Thomas; Randy Wittman. John Flowers.
1984 - NCAA tournament field expanded to 53 teams.
1982-1983 Record: 24-6 Conference: 13-5 (1) Post-Season: NCAA Sweet Sixteen (2 seed) [l. Kentucky]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Jim Crews, Kohn Smith, Royce Waltman, Joby Wright
Captains: Ted Kitchel; Randy Wittman
MVP: Randy Wittman
Top Performers:
Scoring: Randy Wittman (19.0 ppg)
Rebounding: Daryl Thomas (5.3 rpg)
Assists: Tony Brown (4.0 apg)
Additions: Tracy Foster; Mike Giomi; Stew Robinson.
Departures: Mike LaFave; Rick Rowray.
Redshirt: Chuck Franz.
1983 - NCAA tournament field expanded to 52 teams.
1982-1983 - Big Ten adopts the 3-point field goal for the season.
1981-1982 Record: 19-10 Conference: 12-6 (T2) Post-Season: NCAA 2nd round (5 seed) [l. UAB]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Jim Crews, Jene Davis, Kohn Smith, Joby Wright
Captain: Landon Turner
MVP: Ted Kitchel
Top Performers:
Scoring: Ted Kitchel (19.6 ppg)
Rebounding: Daryl Thomas (6.2 rpg)
Assists: Daryl Thomas (3.6 apg)
Additions: Uwe Blab; Dan Dakich; John Flowers; Winston Morgan; Rick Rowray.
Departures: Glen Grunwald; Phil Isenbarger; Eric Kirchner; Steve Risley; Ray Tolbert. Craig Bardo; Isiah Thomas; Landon Turner.
1980-1981 Record: 26-9 Conference: 14-4 (1) Post-Season: NCAA Champions (3 seed) [w. North Carolina]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Roy Bates, Jim Crews, Jene Davis, Gerry Gimelstob
Captains: Ray Tolbert; Glen Grunwald
MVP: Ray Tolbert
Top Performers:
Scoring: Isiah Thomas (16.0 ppg)
Rebounding: Ray Tolbert (6.4 rpg)
Assists: Isiah Thomas (5.8 apg)
Additions: Craig Bardo; Mike LaFave.
Departures: Butch Carter; Mike Woodson.
1979-1980 Record: 21-8 Conference: 13-5 (1) Post-Season: NCAA Sweet Sixteen (2 seed) [l. Purdue]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Gerry Gimelstob, Tom Miller, Jim Crews, Jene Davis
Captains: Mike Woodson; Butch Carter
MVP: Mike Woodson
Top Performers:
Scoring: Isiah Thomas (14.6 ppg)
Rebounding: Ray Tolbert (7.2 rpg)
Assists: Isiah Thomas (5.5 apg)

Additions: Steve Bouchie; Tony Brown; Chuck Franz; Ted Kitchel; Isiah Thomas; Jim Thomas.
Departures: Scott Eells; Jim Roberson. Tommy Baker; Don Cox .
Redshirt: Randy Wittman.

1980 - NCAA tournament field expanded to 48 teams. No limit on number of teams per conference.
1978-1979 Record: 22-12 Conference: 10-8 (5) Post-Season: NIT Champions
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Gerry Gimelstob, Tom Miller, Jim Crews
Captain: Mike Woodson
MVP: Mike Woodson
Top Performers:
Scoring: Mike Woodson (21.0 ppg)
Rebounding: Ray Tolbert (7.1 rpg)
Assists: Randy Wittman (4.5 apg)
Additions: Don Cox; Landon Turner; Randy Wittman.
Departures: Wayne Radford; Jim Wisman. Bill Cunningham.
Redshirts: Glen Grunwald; Ted Kitchel.
1979 - NCAA tournament field expanded to 40 teams.
1977-1978 Record: 21-8 Conference: 12-6 (T2) Post-Season: NCAA Sweet Sixteen [l. Villanova]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Bob Donewald, Tom Miller, Jim Crews
Captains: Wayne Radford; Jim Wisman
MVP: Wayne Radford
Top Performers:
Scoring: Mike Woodson (19.9 ppg)
Rebounding: Ray Tolbert (6.9 rpg)
Assists: Jim Wisman (4.0 apg)
Additions: Tommy Baker; Phil Isenbarger; Eric Kirchner; Steve Risley; Ray Tolbert.
Departures: Kent Benson. Derek Holcomb; Mike Miday; Rich Valavicius.
1976-1977 Record: 16-11 Conference: 11-7 (4) Post-Season: -
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Harold Andreas, Bob Donewald, Tom Miller, Ted Chidster
Captain: Kent Benson
MVP: Kent Benson
Top Performers:
Scoring: Mike Woodson (18.5 ppg)
Rebounding: Kent Benson (10.5 rpg)
Assists: Jim Wisman (5.0 apg)
Additions: Butch Carter; Bill Cunningham; Glen Grunwald; Derek Holcomb; Mike Miday; Mike Woodson.
Departures: Tom Abernethy; Quinn Buckner; Jim Crews; Scott May; Bobby Wilkerson. Bob Bender; Mark Haymore.
1975-1976 Record: 32-0 Conference: 18-0 (1) Post-Season: NCAA Champions [w. Michigan]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Harold Andreas, Bob Donewald, Bob Weltlich
Captain: Quinn Buckner
MVP: Scott May
Top Performers:
Scoring: Scott May (23.5 ppg)
Rebounding: Kent Benson (8.8 rpg)
Assists: Bobby Wilkerson (5.3 apg)
Additions: Bob Bender; Scott Eells; Jim Roberson; Rich Valavicius.
Departures: Steve Ahlfeld; Doug Allen; Steve Green; John Kamstra; John Laskowski. [Larry Bird]; Don Noort.
1974-1975 Record: 31-1 Conference: 18-0 (1) Post-Season: NCAA Sweet Sixteen [l. Kentucky]
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Dave Bliss, Bob Donewald, Bob Weltlich
Captains: Steve Green; John Laskowski
MVPs: Steve Green; Quinn Buckner; Scott May
Top Performers:
Scoring: Steve Green (16.6 ppg)
Rebounding: Kent Benson (8.9 rpg)
Assists: Quinn Buckner (5.5 apg)
Additions: Mark Haymore; Wayne Radford; Jim Wisman.
Departure: Craig Morris.
1975 - NCAA tournament field expanded to 32 teams. Up to two team allowed per conference.
1973-1974 Record: 23-5 Conference: 12-2 (T1-lost playoff game) Post-Season: Conference Commissioners Association Tournament Champions
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Dave Bliss, Bob Donewald, Bob Weltlich
Captains: Steve Green; Quinn Buckner
MVP: Steve Green
Top Performers:
Scoring: Steve Green (16.7 ppg)
Rebounding: Kent Benson (7.9 rpg)
Assists: Quinn Buckner (5.4 apg)
Additions: Kent Benson; Scott May; Bobby Wilkerson.
Departures: Steve Downing; Jerry Memering; Kim Pemberton; John Ritter; Bootsie White; Frank Wilson. Steve Heiniger.
1972-1973 Record: 22-6 Conference: 11-3 (1) Post-Season: NCAA Final Four [l. UCLA] (won consolation game)
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Dave Bliss, John Hulls, Bob Weltlich
Captain: John Ritter
MVP: Steve Downing
Top Performers:
Scoring: Steve Downing (20.1 ppg)
Rebounding: Steve Downing (10.6 rpg)
Assists: Quinn Buckner (2.9 apg)
Additions: Tom Abernethy; Steve Ahlfeld; Doug Allen; Quinn Buckner; Jim Crews; Steve Green; John Kamstra; John Laskowski; Craig Morris; Don Noort.
Departures: Rick Ford; Joby Wright. Dave Shepherd.
1972 - Freshman eligibility begins.
1971-1972 Record: 17-8 Conference: 9-5 (T3) Post-Season: NIT First Round
Coach: Bob Knight
Assistant Coaches: Dave Bliss, John Hulls, Bob Weltlich
Captain: Joby Wright
MVP: Joby Wright
Top Performers:
Scoring: Joby Wright (19.9 ppg)
Rebounding: Steve Downing (15.1 rpg)
Assists: Bootsie White (4.3 apg)
Additions: Steve Heiniger; Dave Shepherd.
Departures: Larry Gipson; Jim Harris; Ken Morgan; Jeff Stocksdale. Ed Daniels; George McGinnis.
1970-1971 Record: 17-7 Conference: 9-5 (4) Post-Season: -
Coach: Lou Watson / Jerry Oliver (interim)
Assistant Coaches: Jerry Oliver, Tom Bolyard
Captain: Jim Harris
MVP: George McGinnis
Top Performers:
Scoring: George McGinnis (29.9 ppg)
Rebounding: George McGinnis (14.7 rpg)
Assists: Jim Harris (3.0 apg)
Additions: Ed Daniels; Steve Downing; George McGinnis; Jerry Memering; Kim Pemberton; John Ritter; Bootsie White; Frank Wilson.
Departures: Rick Atkinson; Michael Branaugh; Joe Cooke; Ken Johnson; Mike Niles. Tom Boone; John Hickey; Ben Miles; Mike Szymanczyk.
1969-1970 Record: 7-17 Conference: 3-11 (10) Post-Season: -
Coach: Lou Watson / Jerry Oliver (interim)
Assistant Coaches: Jerry Oliver, Tom Bolyard
Captain: Rick Atkinson
MVP: Jim Harris
Top Performers:
Scoring: Jim Harris (18.1 ppg)
Rebounding: Ken Johnson (10.5 rpg)
Additions: Tom Boone; Rick Ford; Jim Harris (2yJC); John Hickey; Joby Wright.
Departures: Bill DeHeer; John Muirhead; Gabe Oliverio; Earl Schneider; Bill Stenberg. Kevin Bass; Mike Noland.
1968-1969 Record: 9-15 Conference: 4-10 (10) Post-Season: -
Coach: Lou Watson
Assistant Coaches: Jerry Oliver, Tom Bolyard
Captain: Bill DeHeer
MVP: Ken Johnson
Top Performers:
Scoring: Joe Cooke (21.8 ppg)
Rebounding: Ken Johnson (12.2 rpg)
Additions: Kevin Bass; Michael Branaugh (2yJC); Larry Gipson; Ken Morgan; Ben Miles; Jeff Stocksdale; Mike Szymanczyk.
Departures: Butch Joyner; Gary Leinberger; Ken Newsome; Vern Payne; Rich Schrumpf. John Isenbarger; Bobby Kent.
1967-1968 Record: 10-14 Conference: 4-10 (T9) Post-Season: -
Coach: Lou Watson
Assistant Coaches: Don Luft, Tom Bolyard
Captain: Butch Joyner
MVP: Vern Payne
Top Performers:
Scoring: Vern Payne (14.8 ppg)
Rebounding: Bill DeHeer (10.4 rpg)
Additions: Rick Atkinson; Joe Cooke; John Isenbarger; Ken Johnson; Bobby Kent; Mike Niles; Mike Noland.
Departures: Erv Inninger; Jack Johnson; Vern Pfaff; Bill Russell; Larry Turpen. Mike Bedree; Harold Curdy.
1966-1967 Record: 18-8 Conference: 10-4 (T1) Post-Season: NCAA 2nd round/Sweet Sixteen (1st round bye) [l. Virginia Tech] (won consolation game)
Coach: Lou Watson
Assistant Coaches: Don Luft, Tom Bolyard
Captain: Jack Johnson
MVP: Butch Joyner
Top Performers:
Scoring: Butch Joyner (18.5 ppg)
Rebounding: Butch Joyner (10.5 rpg)
Additions: Mike Bedree; Harold Curdy; Bill DeHeer; John Muirhead; Gabe Oliverio; Earl Schneider; Bill Stenberg.
Departures: Gary Greiger; Max Walker. Frank Everett; Ron McMains.
1965-1966 Record: 8-16 Conference: 4-10 (T9) Post-Season: -
Coach: Lou Watson
Assistant Coaches: Don Luft, Tom Bolyard
Captain: Gary Grieger
MVP: Max Walker
Top Performers:
Scoring: Max Walker (16.5 ppg)
Rebounding: Butch Joyner (7.9 rpg)
Additions: Frank Everett; Butch Joyner; Gary Leinberger; Ken Newsome; Vern Payne; Rich Schrumpf.
Departures: Larry Cooper; Al Harden; Jon McGlocklin; Ron Peyser; Steve Redenbaugh; Dick Van Arsdale; Tom Van Arsdale. Dave Dickerson; Gary Tofil.
1964-1965 Record: 19-5 Conference: 9-5 (4) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coaches: Lou Watson, Don Luft
Captains: Jon McGlocklin; Al Harden
MVP: Dick Van Arsdale; Tom Van Arsdale
Top Performers:
Scoring: Tom Van Arsdale (18.4 ppg)
Rebounding: Dick Van Arsdale (8.7 rpg)
Additions: Dave Dickerson; Erv Inninger; Jack Johnson; Ron McMains Bill Russell; Gary Tofil.
Departures: Jim Sutton. Jack Campbell; Ron Pease.
Redshirts: Vern Pfaff; Larry Turpen.
1963-1964 Record: 9-15 Conference: 5-9 (8) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coaches: Lou Watson, Don Luft
Captain: Jon McGlocklin
MVPs: Dick Van Arsdale; Tom Van Arsdale
Top Performers:
Scoring: Dick Van Arsdale (22.3 ppg)
Rebounding: Dick Van Arsdale (12.4 rpg)
Additions: Jack Campbell; Larry Cooper (2yJC); Gary Greiger; Vern Pfaff; Larry Turpen; Max Walker.
Departures: Tom Bolyard; Winston Fairfield; Dave Granger; Dave Porter; Jimmy Rayl. Gene Demaree.
1962-1963 Record: 13-11 Conference: 9-5 (3) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coaches: Lou Watson, Don Luft
Captain: Tom Bolyard
MVP: Tom Bolyard
Top Performers:
Scoring: Jimmy Rayl (25.3 ppg)
Rebounding: Tom Van Arsdale (9.3 rpg)
Additions: Gene Demaree; Al Harden; Jon McGlocklin; Ron Pease; Ron Peyser; Steve Redenbaugh; Dick Van Arsdale; Tom Van Arsdale.
Departures: Bill Altman; Jerry Bass; Charley Hall; Gordon Mickey; Ernie Wilhoit. Dave Holland; Charley Roush; Dick Sparks.
1961-1962 Record: 13-11 Conference: 7-7 (T4) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coaches: Lou Watson, Don Luft
Captain: Charley Hall
MVP: Jimmy Rayl
Top Performers:
Scoring: Jimmy Rayl (29.8 ppg)
Rebounding: Charley Hall (10.2 rpg)
Additions: Dave Holland; Jim Sutton.
Departures: Walt Bellamy; Gary Long. Ray Pavy; Dan Prickett.
1960-1961 Record: 15-9 Conference: 8-6 (T4) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coach: Lou Watson
Captain: Gary Long
MVP: Walt Bellamy
Top Performers:
Scoring: Walt Bellamy (21.8 ppg)
Rebounding: Walt Bellamy (17.8 rpg)
Additions: Tom Bolyard; Winston Fairfield; Dave Granger; Ray Pavy; Dave Porter; Dan Prickett; Jimmy Rayl; Charley Roush; Dick Sparks.
Departures: Glen Butte; Frank Radovich; Bob Reinhart; Al Schlegelmilch; Bob Wilkinson; Norbert Witte. Leroy Johnson; Herbie Lee.
1961-1964 - Four year post-season ban due to violations by football program.
1959-1960 Record: 20-4 Conference: 11-3 (2) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coaches: Lou Watson, Gene Ring
Captain: Frank Radovich
MVP: Walt Bellamy
Top Performers:
Scoring: Walt Bellamy (22.4 ppg)
Rebounding: Walt Bellamy (13.5 rpg)
Additions: Bill Altman; Jerry Bass; Charley Hall; Gordon Mickey; Ernie Wilhoit.
Departures: Lee Aldridge; Bill Balch; Gene Flowers. Leroy Gamble; Stan Hill; Ron Horn; Randy Williams.
1958-1959 Record: 11-11 Conference: 7-7 (T5) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coaches: Lou Watson, Gene Ring
Captain: Gene Flowers
MVP: Walt Bellamy
Top Performers:
Scoring: Walt Bellamy (17.4 ppg)
Rebounding: Walt Bellamy (15.2 rpg)
Additions: Walt Bellamy; Leroy Gamble; Ron Horn; Leroy Johnson; Herbie Lee; Gary Long; Bob Reinhart; Randy Williams.
Departures: Ray Ball; Archie Dees; Clarence Doninger; Sam Gee; Pete Obremsky; Jerry Thompson. Jim Hinds.
1957-1958 Record: 13-11 Conference: 10-4 (1) Post-Season: NCAA 2nd round/Sweet Sixteen (1st round bye) [l. Notre Dame] (won consolation game)
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coaches: Ernie Andres, Lou Watson
Captain: Pete Obremskey
MVP: Archie Dees
Top Performers:
Scoring: Archie Dees (25.5 ppg)
Rebounding: Archie Dees (14.4 rpg)
Additions: Glen Butte; Stan Hill; Frank Radovich; Al Schlegelmilch; Bob Wilkinson; Norbert Witte.
Departures: Hallie Bryant; Charlie Hodson; Dick Neal. Thomas Hayes; Jerry Schofield.
1956-1957 Record: 14-8 Conference: 10-4 (T1) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coaches: Ernie Andres, Lou Watson
Captain: Charles Hodson
MVP: Archie Dees
Top Performers:
Scoring: Archie Dees (25.0 ppg)
Rebounding: Archie Dees (14.4 rpg)
Additions: Lee Aldridge; Bill Balch; Clarence Doninger; Gene Flowers; Thomas Hayes; Jim Hinds; Jerry Schofield.
Departures: Jim Barley; Wally Choice; Warren Fisher; Jim Phipps; Cliff Williamson. Charlie Brown; Dick Custer; Paxton Lumpkin.
1955-1956 Record: 13-9 Conference: 6-8 (T8) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coaches: Ernie Andres, Lou Watson
Captain: Wally Choice
MVP: Wally Choice
Top Performers:
Scoring: Wally Choice (21.0 ppg)
Rebounding: Archie Dees (11.5 rpg)
Additions: Ray Ball; Charlie Brown; Dick Custer; Archie Dees; Sam Gee; Paxton Lumpkin; Pete Obremsky; Jerry Thompson.
Departures: Dick Baumgartner; Phil Byers; Paul Poff; Don Schlundt; Burke Scott; Dick White; John Wood. Dick Kirkpatrick; Bill Maetschke; Charles Mead; Neal Skeeters; Frank Stemle.
1954-1955 Record: 8-14 Conference: 5-9 (T6) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coaches: Ernie Andres, Lou Watson
Captain: Don Schlundt
MVP: Don Schlundt
Top Performers:
Scoring: Don Schlundt (26.0 ppg)
Additions: Hallie Bryant; Charlie Hodson; Dick Kirkpatrick; Dick Neal.
Departures: Jim DeaKyne; Dick Farley; Charles Kraak; Bob Leonard; Lou Scott. Sherrill Marginet.
1953-1954 Record: 20-4 Conference: 12-2 (1) Post-Season: NCAA 2nd round/Sweet Sixteen (1st round bye) [l. Notre Dame] (won consolation game)
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coaches: Ernie Andres, Phil Buck
Captain: Bob Leonard
MVP: Don Schlundt
Top Performers:
Scoring: Don Schlundt (24.3 ppg)
Additions: Jim Barley; Wally Choice; Warren Fisher; Bill Maetschke; Sherrill Marginet; Charles Mead; Jim Phipps; Paul Poff; Neal Skeeters; Frank Stemle; Cliff Williamson.
Departures: Jim Schooley. Goethe Chambers; William Dittus; James Fields; Dick Hendricks; Don Henry; Ron Taylor; Jack Wright.
Military Leave: Dick Baumgartner; John Wood.
1952-1953 Record: 23-3 Conference: 17-1 (1) Post-Season: NCAA Champions [w. Kansas]
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coach: Ernie Andres
Captain: Bob Leonard
MVP: Don Schlundt
Top Performers:
Scoring: Don Schlundt (25.4 ppg)
Additions: William Dittus; James Fields; Tony Hill; Bob Masters; Sam Miranda; Dale Vieau.
Departures: Dick Farley; Charles Kraak; Bob Leonard; Lou Scott. Bob Dobson; Sam Esposito.
Military Leave: Dick Baumgartner; John Wood.
1953-1974 - NCAA tournament field fluctuates between 22 and 25 teams.
1951-1952 Record: 16-6 Conference: 9-5 (4) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coach: Ernie Andres
Captain: Bob Masters
MVP: Bob Leonard
Top Performers:
Scoring: Don Schlundt (17.1 ppg)
Additions: Jim DeaKyne; Sammy Esposito; Dick Farley; Pat Klein; Charles Kraak; Bob Leonard; Don Schlundt; Lou Scott; Ron Taylor; Jack Wright.
Departures: Jack Brown; Phil Buck; Bill Garrett; Gene Ring; Tyrie Robbins; Bill Tosheff. Otto Case; Don Luft; Jack McDermond; Tom Satter; Hal Summers.
1951-1952 - The Korean War waiver allows freshmen to compete in varsity for the season.
1950-1951 Record: 19-3 Conference: 12-2 (2) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coach: Ernie Andres
Captain: Bill Tosheff
MVP: Bill Garrett
Top Performers:
Scoring: Bill Garrett (13.1 ppg)
Additions: Dick Baumgartner; Otto Case; Bob Dobson; Jack McDermond; Tom Satter; Jim Schooley.
Departures: Charlie Meyer; Tom Schwartz; Jerry Stuteville; Lou Watson. Marvin Christie; Frank O'Bannon; John Scott; Charles Vaughn.
1951 - NCAA tournament field expanded to 16 teams.
1950 - Michigan State joins Big Ten play (10 teams).
1949-1950 Record: 17-5 Conference: 7-5 (T3) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coach: Ernie Andres
Captain: Lou Watson
MVP: Lou Watson
Top Performers:
Scoring: Bill Garrett (12.9 ppg)
Additions: Marvin Christie; Tony Hill; Don Luft; Bob Masters; Sam Miranda; Frank O'Bannon; John Scott; Hal Summers; Sheldon Turner; Charles Vaughn; Dale Vieau.
Departures: Bob Armstrong; Bob Lollar; Don Ritter. Jack Brown; Stuart Chestnut; Pyard Hey; Ted Kaufman; Bob Lukemeyer; Gordon Neff; Harlan Sturgeon.
1948-1949 Record: 14-8 Conference: 6-6 (T4) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coach: Lawrence McCreary, Ernie Andres
Captain: Don Ritter
MVP: Lou Watson
Top Performers:
Scoring: Bill Garrett (10.0 ppg)
Additions: Phil Buck; Bill Garrett; Ted Kaufman; Bob Lukemeyer; Gordon Neff; Gene Ring; Tyrie Robbins; Harlan Sturgeon; Bill Tosheff.
Departures: Norbert Hermann; John Wallace; Ward Williams. Gene Farris; Lou Jensen; Murray Mendenhall.
1947-1948 Record: 8-12 Conference: 3-9 (T8) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coach: Lawrence McCreary, Ernie Andres
Captain: Ward Williams
MVP: Ward Williams
Top Performers:
Scoring:Don Ritter (13.8 ppg)
Additions: Jack Brown; Stuart Chestnut; Pyard Hey.
Departures: Bob Cowan; Ralph Hamilton; Al Kravolansky. Kenneth Brown; Al Herman; Robert Mehl; Dave Walker.
1946-1947 Record: 12-8 Conference: 8-4 (T2) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Captain: Ralph Hamilton
MVP: Ralph Hamilton
Top Performers:
Scoring: Ralph Hamilton (13.4 ppg)
Additions: Bob Armstrong; Kenneth Brown; Al Herman; Lou Jensen; Bob Lollar; Murray Mendenhall; Charlie Meyer; Don Ritter; Jerry Stuteville; Lou Watson.
Departures: Jack Herron; Roy Kilby; Charles Racliffe; Dick Wittenbraker. Louis Amaya; Freeland Armstrong; Dee Baker; Stephen Chaleff; James Copeland; Don Dewer; Louis Edmonds; Joseph Normington; Jim Powers; Bill Shephard; Jim Stepler; Gene Turner; Richard Westlake.
Military Leave: Gene Farris; Tom Schwartz.
1946 - Chicago withdraws from Big Ten play (9 teams).
1945-1946 Record: 18-3 Conference: 9-3 (T2) Post-Season: Declined NCAA tournament invite due to player military draft.
Coach: Harry Good (interim)
Captain: Dick Wittenbraker
MVP: John Wallace
Top Performers:
Scoring: John Wallace (14.4 ppg)
Additions: Louis Amaya; Dee Baker; Stephen Chaleff; Don Dewer; Louis Edmonds; Robert Mehl; Joseph Normington; Jim Powers; Tom Schwartz; Bill Shephard; Jim Stepler; Dave Walker; John Wallace; Richard Westlake.
Departures: Ed Schienbein. Zygmund Belsowski; Roy Brandenburg; George Cherry; Dean Daniels; Dave Etchison; Marion Fine; Robert Goodman; Gene Johnson; Ted Kluszewski; George Laughery; Charles Leedke; Jack Mercer; George Milan; Milton Mink; Ed Murray; John Roper; Del Russell; Dick Schnieder; Louis Teats.
Military Leave: Bob Cowan; Gene Farris; Ralph Hamilton; Don Ritter; Ward Williams.
1944-1945 Record: 10-11 Conference: 3-9 (9) Post-Season: -
Coach: Harry Good (interim)

Assistant Coach: Bill Johnson
Captain: Al Kravolansky
Top Performers:
Scoring: Gene Farris (13.5 ppg)
Additions: Freeland Armstrong; Zygmund Belsowski; George Cherry; James Copeland; Dean Daniels; Dave Etchison; Marion Fine; Robert Goodman; Norbert Hermann; Gene Johnson; Ted Kluszewski; Al Kravolansky; George Laughery; Charles Leedke; George Milan; Milton Mink; Ed Murray; Charles Racliffe (1yDIII); John Roper; Del Russell; Dick Schnieder; Louis Teats; Gene Turner.
Departures: John Crouch; Don Earnhart; Irvin Leary; Art Lehman; Richard Peed; Pete Pithos; Bob Ravensburg; Les Ray; Claude Retherford; Bob Rowland; Paul Shields; Ed Sidwell; George Tipton; Herod Toon; Charles Traux; Sam Young.
Military Leave: Bob Cowan; Ralph Hamilton; Roy Kilby; Don Ritter; Ward Williams; Dick Wittenbraker.
1943-1944 Record: 7-15 Conference: 2-10 (T8) Post-Season: -
Coach: Harry Good (interim)
Assistant Coach: Bill Johnson
Captain: Paul Shields
Top Performers:
Scoring: Paul Shields (8.1 ppg)
Additions: Roy Brandenburg; John Crouch; Don Earnhart; Gene Farris; Jack Herron; Irvin Leary; Art Lehman; Jack Mercer; Richard Peed; Pete Pithos; Bob Ravensburg; Les Ray; Claude Retherford; Bob Rowland; Paul Shields; Ed Sidwell; George Tipton; Herod Toon; Charles Traux.
Departures: Ed Denton; John Logan; Irvin Swanson. Neil Funk; Bob Hines; Maurice Hooper; Warren Lewis; Leroy Mangin; Billy McGinnis; Sterling Scott; James Smith; Maurice Stohler.
Military Leave: Bob Cowan; Ralph Hamilton; Roy Kilby; Don Ritter; Ward Williams; Dick Wittenbraker.
1943-1946 - Branch McCracken takes leave of absence for military service.
1942-1943 Record: 18-2 Conference: 11-2 (2) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken

Assistant Coach: Bill Johnson
Captain: Irvin Swanson
Top Performers:
Scoring: Ralph Hamilton (12.4 ppg)
Additions: Bob Cowan; Maurice Hooper; Leroy Mangin; Billy McGinnis; Ed Schienbein; Sterling Scott; James Smith; Maurice Stohler; Ward Williams; Sam Young.
Departures: Bill Frey; Everett Hoffman; William Torphy; Andy Zimmer. Lawrence Alleyne; Hal Driver; Robert Gwin; Al Wise; Swift Wunker.
1942-1946 - Freshman ineligibility waived due to World War II.
1941-1942 Record: 15-6 Conference: 10-5 (T2) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coach: Ralph Graham
Captain: Andy Zimmer
Top Performers:
Scoring: Ed Denton (8.8 ppg)
Additions: Lawrence Alleyne; Neil Funk; Robert Gwin; Ralph Hamilton; Bob Hines; Roy Kilby; Warren Lewis; Al Wise; Dick Wittenbraker; Swift Wunker.
Departures: Curly Armstrong; Bob Dro; Chet Francis; Jim Gridley; Jay McCreary; Robert Menke; William Menke; Tom Motter; Herm Schaefer. Cliff Forsyth; Max Hasler; Ordine Heine; Anthony Scheidler; Guy Wellman; Cliff Wiethoff.
1940-1941 Record: 17-3 Conference: 10-2 (2) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coach: Ralph Graham
Top Performers:
Scoring: William Menke (8.8 ppg)
Additions: Ed Denton; Hal Driver; Cliff Forsyth; Ordine Heine; John Logan; Anthony Scheidler; Irvin Swanson; Guy Wellman.
Departures: Ralph Dorsey; Marv Huffman; Jim Ooley; Jack Stevenson. James Clifton; Don Huckleberry; Ed Newby; John Torphy; Harold Zimmer.
1939-1940 Record: 20-3 Conference: 9-3 (2) Post-Season: NCAA Champions (w. Kansas)
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coach: Ralph Graham
Captain: Marvin Huffman
Top Performers:
Scoring: Paul Armstrong (8.9 ppg)
Additions: Bill Frey; Max Hasler; Everett Hoffman; Don Huckleberry; Ed Newby; John Torphy; William Torphy; Cliff Wiethoff; Andy Zimmer.
Departures: Ernie Andres; Bill Johnson. Dale Gentil; Robert Hansen; Jim Lettellier; Edgar Mansfield; Richard McGaughey; Gordon McLaughlin; Bill Tipmore.
1938-1939 Record: 17-3 Conference: 9-3 (2) Post-Season: -
Coach: Branch McCracken
Assistant Coach: Ralph Graham
Captain: Ernie Andres
Top Performers:
Scoring: William Menke (9.8 ppg)
Additions: Curly Armstrong; James Clifton; Bob Dro; Chet Francis; Jim Gridley; Robert Hansen; Jim Lettellier; Edgar Mansfield; Richard McGaughey; Gordon McLaughlin; Robert Menke; William Menke; Tom Motter; Herm Schaefer; Bill Tipmore.
Departures: James Birr; Joseph Platt; Roger Ratliff. Lyman Abbot; David Bowman; James Fausch; Peter Grant; Ed Page; Greg Ricke.
Redshirt: Jay McCreary.
1939 - NCAA approves an 8-team national championship tournament.
1937-1938 Record: 10-10 Conference: 4-8 (T8)
Coach: Everett Dean
Assistant Coach: Ralph Graham
Captain: Joseph Platt
Top Performers:
Scoring: Ernest Andres (12.5 ppg)
Additions: David Bowman; Ralph Dorsey; James Fausch; Dale Gentil; Peter Grant; Marv Huffman; Jay McCreary; Jim Ooley; Ed Page; Greg Ricke; Jack Stevenson.
Departures: Bob Etnire; Fred Fetchman; Ken Gunning; Willis Hosler; Vern Huffman. Raymond Guard; Charles Mendel; Willie Silberstein; William Squier.<
1936-1937 Record: 13-7 Conference: 6-6 (6)
Coach: Everett Dean
Assistant Coach: Ralph Graham
Captains: Ken Gunning, Vern Huffman
Top Performers:
Scoring: Ken Gunning (9.1 ppg)
Additions: Lyman Abbot; Ernie Andres; Raymond Guard; Bill Johnson; William Squier.
Departures: Charles Scott; Lester Stout; Wendel Walker. Carlos Brooks; John Hobson; Phil Liehr.
1935-1936 Record: 18-2 Conference: 11-1 (T1)
Coach: Everett Dean
Assistant Coach: Ralph Graham
Captains: Lester Stout, Wendell Walker
Top Performers:
Scoring: Ken Gunning (9.2 ppg)
Additions: James Birr; Carlos Brooks; John Hobson; Phil Liehr; Charles Mendel; Joseph Platt; Roger Ratliff; Willie Silberstein.
Departures: William Coulter; Floyd Henry; Willard Kehrt; Robert Porter. William Baise; Louis Boink; Russell Grieger; William Stout.
1934-1935 Record: 14-6 Conference: 8-4 (T4)
Coach: Everett Dean
Captains: Willard Kehrt, Robert Porter
Top Performers:
Scoring: Ken Gunning (8.4 ppg)
Additions: William Baise; Louis Boink; Bob Etnire; Russell Grieger; William Stout; Raymond Guard; Ken Gunning; Willis Hosler; Bill Johnson; William Squier.
Departures: Halary Sawicki; Woodrow Weir. Keith Campbell; Gilbert Carter; Joe Gansinger.
Redshirt: Vern Huffman.
1933-1934 Record: 13-7 Conference: 6-6 (T5)
Coach: Everett Dean
Assistant Coach: Paul Harrell
Captain: Woodrow Weir
Top Performers:
Scoring: Woodrow Weir (7.9 ppg)
Additions: Vern Huffman; Charles Scott; Lester Stout; Wendel Walker.
Departures: William Cordell; Bernard Dickey; Glendon Hodson; Taylor Hoffar. Ray Dauer; Carl Gerber; Jack Heavenridge; Morris Himmelstein; Charlie Hollers; Warren Tucker.
Redshirt: Fred Fechtman.
1932-1933 Record: 10-8 Conference: 6-6 (T5)
Coach: Everett Dean
Captain: Glendon Hodson
Top Performers:
Scoring: Glendon Hodson (7.8 ppg)
Additions: Keith Campbell; Gilbert Carter; William Coulter; Joe Gansinger; Carl Gerber; Jack Heavenridge; Floyd Henry; Morris Himmelstein; Charlie Hollers; Willard Kehrt; Robert Porter; Warren Tucker.
Departures: Bill Blagrave; Jay Campbell; Victor Dauer; Joseph Zeller. George Reed; Arnold Suddith; Ernest Youngblood.
1931-1932 Record: 8-10 Conference: 4-8 (7)
Coach: Everett Dean
Captain: Jay Campbell
Top Performers:
Scoring: Arnold Suddith (6.7 ppg)
Additions: William Cordell; Ray Dauer; Halary Sawicki; Arnold Suddith; Warren Tucker; Woodrow Weir; Ernest Youngblood.
Departures: Lucian Ashby; Jacob Bretz; Paul Jasper; Bernard Miller; Claron Veller. Maurice Massy; Franklin Rainbolt.
1930-1931 Record: 9-8 Conference: 5-7 (6)
Coach: Everett Dean
Captain: Bernard Miller
Top Performers:
Scoring: Bernard Miller (5.9 ppg)
Additions: Bernard Dickey; Glendon Hodson; Taylor Hoffar; Franklin Rainbolt; George Reed.
Departures: Donald Cooper; James Gill; Branch McCracken; Leonard Miller; James Strickland. Carl Eber.
1929-1930 Record: 8-9 Conference: 7-5 (5)
Coach: Everett Dean
Captain: Branch McCracken
Top Performers:
Scoring: Branch McCracken (12.1 ppg)
Additions: Bill Blagrave; Jacob Bretz; Victor Dauer; Carl Eber; Maurice Massy; Joseph Zeller.
Departures: Robert Correll; Carl Scheid; Dale Wells.
Redshirt: Jay Campbell.
1928-1929 Record: 7-10 Conference: 4-8 (8)
Coach: Everett Dean
Captain: Dale Wells
Top Performers:
Scoring: Branch McCracken (8.7 ppg)
Additions: Lucian Ashby; Jay Campbell; Paul Jasper; Bernard Miller; Claron Veller.
Departures: Art Beckner; Charles Benzel; Maurice Starr. John Leonard.
1927-1928 Record: 15-2 Conference: 10-2 (T1)
Coach: Everett Dean
Captain: Robert Correll
Top Performers:
Scoring: Branch McCracken (10.1 ppg)
Additions: Donald Cooper; James Gill; Branch McCracken; James Strickland.
Departures: Julius Krueger; Frank Sibley; Jack Winston. Harold Anderson; Harold Derr; Ed Farmer.
1926-1927 Record: 13-4 Conference: 9-3 (T2)
Coach: Everett Dean
Captain: Julius Krueger
Top Performers:
Scoring: Art Beckner (8.1 ppg)
Additions: Harold Anderson; John Leonard; Carl Scheid; Maurice Starr; Dale Wells.
Departures: Millard Easton; Palmer Sponsler. Edward Jones; Ralph McClintock; Gale Robinson.
1925-1926 Record: 12-5 Conference: 8-4 (T1)
Coach: Everett Dean
Captain: Palmer Sponsler
Top Performers:
Scoring: Art Beckner (8.8 ppg)
Additions: Robert Correll; Harold Derr; Ed Farmer; Edward Jones; Ralph McClintock; Gale Robinson.
Departures: Ken Alward; Harlan Logan; Max Larber; Paul Parker. Karl Bordner; Emery Druckamiller; Elton Harrison; Robert Nicholson; H.N. Replogle; Lindley Ricketts.<
1924-1925 Record: 12-5 Conference: 8-4 (T2)
Coach: Everett Dean
Captain: Paul Parker
Top Performers:
Scoring: Harlan Logan (9.1 ppg)
Additions: Art Beckner; Charles Benzel; Millard Easton; Julius Krueger; Robert Nicholson; H.N. Replogle; Lindley Ricketts; Frank Sibley; Jack Winston.
Departures: Harold Champ; George Coffey; Harold Sanford. Earl Knoy; Michael Nyikos; Adolph Seidensticke; Robert Sinks.
1923-1924 Record: 11-6 Conference: 7-5 (T4)
Coach: Leslie Mann
Captain: Ken Alward
Top Performers:
Scoring: Harlan Logan (9.8 ppg)
Additions: Karl Bordner; Emery Druckamiller; Elton Harrison; Lindley Ricketts; Adolph Seidensticke; Robert Sinks; Palmer Sponsler.
Departures: Relle Aldridge; Eugene Thomas. Wilfred Bahr; Lawrence Crane; William Crowe; Elder Eberhardt; Stephen Harvey; Richard Woodward; Harry Yoars.
1922-1923 Record: 8-7 Conference: 5-7 (7)
Coach: Leslie Mann
Captain: Wilfred Bahr
Top Performers:
Scoring: Michael Nyikos (12.8 ppg)
Additions: Ken Alward; Harold Champ; Lawrence Crane; Stephen Harvey; Earl Knoy; Michael Nyikos; Paul Parker; Richard Woodward; Harry Yoars.
Departures: Joy Buckner; Lawrence Busby; Russell Hauss. Samual Houston; Wyatt May; Joseph Sloate; Wayne Swango.
1921-1922 Record: 10-10 Conference: 3-7 (9)
Coach: George Levis
Captain: Eugene Thomas
Top Performers:
Scoring: Harold Sanford (7.7 ppg)
Additions: Wilfred Bahr; George Coffey; William Crowe; Elder Eberhardt; Samual Houston; Wyatt May; Harold Sanford; Joseph Sloate; Wayne Swango.
Departures: Everett Dean; Ed DeHority; William Dobbins; Harry Donovan; Herm Schuler; Edward Von Tress. Frank Cox; Glen Johnson; Robert Marxson; Kermit Maynard.
1920-1921 Record: 15-6 Conference: 6-5 (T6)
Coach: George Levis
Captain: Everett Dean
Top Performers:
Scoring: Everett Dean (11.1 ppg)
Additions: Relle Aldridge; Glen Johnson; Robert Marxson; Kermit Maynard; Eugene Thomas.
Departures: Arlo Byrum; Urban Jeffries; Ardith Phillips; Markham Wakefield; Heber Williams; William Zellar. Ralph Esarey; John Kyle; Gilbert Rhea.
1919-1920 Record: 13-8 Conference: 6-5 (4)
Coach: Ewald Stiehm
Captain: Arlo Byrum
Top Performers:
Scoring: Everett Dean (9.6 ppg)
Additions: Harry Donovan; Ralph Esarey; Russell Hauss; John Kyle; Gilbert Rhea; Herm Schuler; Heber Williams.
Departures: Byard Smith. William Easton; Joseph Lohrei.
Military Leave: Joy Buckner; Lawrence Busby; Edward Von Tress.
1918-1919 Record: 10-7 Conference: 4-6 (6)
Coach: Dana Evans
Captain: Ardith Phillips
Top Performers:
Scoring: Everett Dean (9.3 ppg)
Additions: Joy Buckner; Lawrence Busby; Everett Dean; William Dobbins; Joseph Lohrei; Byard Smith; Markam Wakefield.
Departures: Phillip Bowser; James Ingles. Elliot Risley; Willard Stahr.
Military Leave: Herm Schuler; Heber Williams; Edward Von Tress.
1917-1918 Record: 10-4 Conference: 3-3 (T4)
Coach: Dana Evans
Captain: Phillip Bowser
Top Performers:
Scoring: William Zellar (9.6 ppg)
Additions: William Easton; James Ingles; Urban Jeffries; Ardith Phillips; Elliot Risley; Willard Stahr; Edward Von Tress.
Departures: Severin Buschmann; DeWitt Mullet; Cleon Nafe; William Nash. Henry Miller; George Reed; Bob Rogers.
Military Leave: Arlo Byrum; Herm Schuler; Heber Williams.
1917 - Michigan rejoins Westeren Conference to become the Big Ten Conference (10 teams).
1916-1917 Record: 13-6 Conference: 3-5 (5)
Coach: Guy Lowman
Captain: Severin Buschmann
Top Performers:
Scoring: Heber Williams (8.0 ppg)
Additions: Arlo Byrum; George Reed; Bob Rogers; Herm Schuler; Heber Williams; William Zellar.
Departures: James Frenzel; Russell Kirkpatrick; Allen Maxwell; John Porter; Clinton Prather; Frank Whitaker.
1917-1918 - Freshman ineligibility waived due to World War I.
1915-1916 Record: 10-4 Conference: 3-3 (T4)
Coach: Allen Williford
Captain: Allen Maxwell
Top Performers:
Scoring: Severin Buschmann (8.2 ppg)
Additions: Phillip Bowser; Henry Miller.
Departure: Rex Dale.
1914-1915 Record: 4-9 Conference: 1-9 (9)
Coach: Arthur Berndt
Captain: Frank Whitaker
Top Performers:
Scoring: John Porter (5.8 ppg)
Additions: Severin Buschmann; Rex Dale; DeWitt Mullet; Cleon Nafe; William Nash; John Porter.
Departures: William Ferguson; Ward Gilbert; Byron Lingeman; Frank Pruitt.
1913-1914 Record: 2-12 Conference: 1-11 (9)
Coach: Arthur Berndt
Captain: Frank Whitaker
Top Performers:
Scoring: James Frenzel (8.2 ppg)
Additions: William Ferguson; James Frenzel; Ward Gilbert; Russell Kirkpatrick; Byron Lingeman; Allen Maxwell; Clinton Prather; Frank Pruitt; Frank Whitaker.
Departure: Haynes Freeland; Glen Munkelt. Hugh Barnhart; Cline Clause; Scott Edwards; Floyd Fleming; Everett McCullough; Wade Nichols.
1912-1913 Record: 5-11 Conference: 0-10 (9)
Coach: Arthur Powell
Captain: Haynes Freeland
>Top Performers:
Scoring: Hugh Barnhart (7.5 ppg)
Additions: Hugh Barnhart; Wade Nichols.
Departures: Clyde Chattin; Merrill Davis; Phil Graves. Chester Stayton.
1912 - Ohio State joins the Western Conference (9 teams).
1911-1912 Record: 6-11 Conference: 1-9 (6)
Coach: James Kase
Captain: Merrill Davis
Top Performers:
Scoring: Phil Graves (10.3 ppg)
Additions: Clyde Chattin (returned for senior year); Cline Clause; Scott Edwards; Floyd Fleming; Everett McCullough.
Departure: Dean Barnhart; Arthur Berndt; William Hipskind. Roscoe Stotter; Claude Whitney.
1910-1911 Record: 11-5 Conference: 5-5 (T5)
Coach: Oscar Rackle
Captain: William Hipskind
Top Performers:
Scoring: Dean Barnhart (13.5 ppg)
Additions: Haynes Freeland; Glen Munkelt; Chester Stayton.
Departures: Emil Mangel. Jasper Abel.
1909-1910 Record: 2-12 Conference: 1-11 (9)
Coach: John Georgen
Captain: Dean Barnhart
Top Performers:
Scoring: Dean Barnhart (8.9 ppg)
Additions: Jasper Abel; Merrill Davis; Phil Graves; Emil Mangel; Roscoe Stotter; Claude Whitney.
Departure: Frank Thompson; George Trimble. Clyde Chattin; Arthur Rogers; William Wellman.
Ineligible (due to participation in two other sports): Arthur Berndt.
1908-1909 Record: 5-9 Conference: 2-6 (6)
Coach: Robert Harris
Captain: Arthur Berndt
Top Performers:
Scoring: Dean Barnhart (11.0 ppg)
Additions: Dean Barnhart; Arthur Berndt; William Hipskind; William Wellman.
Departures: James Kessler; Harlan McCoy; Robert Martin; Clifford Woody. Cecil Boyle; Clarance Cartwright; Edmund Cook.
1907-1908 Record: 9-6 Conference: 1-3 (T4)
Coach: Edmund Cook
Captain: Harlan McCoy
Top Performers:
Scoring: Clark Woody (10.8 ppg)
Additions: Clarance Cartwright; Clyde Chattin; James Kessler; Arthur Rogers.
Departure: Claudius Quinn; James Sanders. Walter Bossert; Louis Guedel.
1907 - Northwestern begins basketball competition in Western Conference (8 teams).
1906-1907 Record: 9-5 Conference: DNP any conference games
Coach: James Sheldon
Captain: Everett Sanders
Top Performers:
Scoring: Edmund Cook (9.7 ppg)
Additions: Walter Bossert; Cecil Boyle; Edmund Cook; Louis Guedel; Robert Martin; Frank Thompson.
Departures: Chester Harmeson; Cassius Hiatt; Leslie Maxwell; Godfred Ritterskamp. Edgar Kempf.
1906 - Western Conference prohibits freshman participation in varsity sports.
1905-1906 Record: 7-9 Conference: 2-2 (3)
Coach: Zora Clevenger
Captain: Chester Harmeson
Top Performers:
Scoring: Chester Harmeson (12.1 ppg)
Additions: Edgar Kempf; Robert Martin; Harlan McCoy; Claudius Quinn.
Departure: Charles Carr; Thomas Cookson; Ralph Noel; Earl Tabor; George Teter. Bernard Robinson.
1905 - Western Conference - the future Big Ten Conference - officially begins basketball competition (7 teams).
1904-1905 Record: 5-12
Coach: Zora Clevenger
Captain: Earl Taber
Top Performers:
Scoring: Chester Harmeson (10.5 ppg)
Additions: Cassius Hiatt; Bernard Robinson; James Sanders; George Teter; George Trimble.
Departure: Marvin Wallace. Clarence Hocker; Jesse Hubble; Kenneth Kizzer; Albert Penn.
1903-1904 Record: 5-9
Coach: John Pritchard
Captain: Leslie Maxwell
Additions: Jesse Hubble; Kenneth Kizzer; Godfred Ritterskamp; Earl Tabor; Clifford Woody.
Departures: Harry Ayers; Guy Cantwell; Zora Clevenger; William Stone. Roy Shackleton.
1902-1903 Record: 8-4
Coach: J.H. Horne, Willis Coval (manager/coach)
Captain: Harry Ayers
Additions: Zora Clevenger; Thomas Cookson; Chester Harmeson; Clarence Hocker; Leslie Maxwell; Ralph Noel; Albert Penn.
Departures: Phelps Darby; Edmund Elfers; Thomas Harrison; Alvah Rucker; Charles Unnewehr. Willis Coval; Clyde Dreisbach.
1901-1902 Record: 4-4
Coach: Phelps Darby (player/coach)
Captain: Phelps Darby
Additions: Harry Ayers; Charles Carr; Willis Coval; Clyde Dreisbach; Edmund Elfers; Thomas Harrison; Alvah Rucker; Roy Shackleton; William Stone; Marvin Wallace.
Departures: Jay Fitzgerald; Earl Walker. Ernest Strange.
1900-1901 Record: 1-4
Coach: J.H. Horne
Captain: Ernest Strange
Top Performers:
Scoring: Ernest Strange (5.5 ppg)
Roster: Guy Cantwell; Phelps Darby; Jay Fitzgerald; Alvah Rucker; Ernest Strange; Charles Unnewehr; Earl Walker.

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2 minutes ago, fasbjd said:

Hi all...I can't believe it has taken me this long to find you guys.  I saw many familiar names here from back in the original Scout Hoosier Nation days (with John Decker).  I managed the scholarship grid and etc on that forum and through some of the following reiterations until the technology no longer supported it.  Now on this forum, with the help of HoosierFaithful, I think I can bring back some of that information that I've collected over the years.  I'm going to try reserve a number of posting spots to accommodate the tables of information from over the years, including a "yearbook" with some basic information about all the seasons past and a recruiting class database.  I'll try to fine tune things as I figure out how to present the information but I think it will be a cool addition to the board.

Dude, welcome back.  Glad you found us.  Sadly you will see that some of our legends have passed over the years.  Craighoops, lafhoosier, and more recent our long time leaders Colonial Crester and Milehiiu, just a few weeks apart.  

 

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I was looking at the logos....I love the Soccer logo....would love to borrow that for the basketball. Take the stars off the butt and put them above the IU on the shorts. Wouldn't even mind seeing them incorporate the championships around the logo at half court with say the years inside the stars too. Great info man! Your the best!

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On 4/7/2021 at 1:39 PM, dgambill said:

I was looking at the logos....I love the Soccer logo....would love to borrow that for the basketball. Take the stars off the butt and put them above the IU on the shorts. Wouldn't even mind seeing them incorporate the championships around the logo at half court with say the years inside the stars too. Great info man! Your the best!

The branding guide that the school put out in 2002, when it made the current trident the universal symbol for all sports and administrative uses, does recommend that sports that won team championships to utilize the "championship stars" where feasible.  For whatever reason, the basketball program hasn't done that.

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1 hour ago, fasbjd said:

The branding guide that the school put out in 2002, when it made the current trident the universal symbol for all sports and administrative uses, does recommend that sports that won team championships to utilize the "championship stars" where feasible.  For whatever reason, the basketball program hasn't done that.

Well we have it on the butt of our shorts but it looks a whole lot better above the logo...imo.

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