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UK Men's Basketball All-Time Results

1903 | 1910 | 1920 | 1930 | 1940 | 1950 | 1960 | 1970 | 1980 | 1990 | 2000 | 2010

* overtime games

1903 - Won 1, Lost 2

Coach: Unnamed
Starters: (J. White Guyn & R.H. Arnett, G; Joe Coons, C; H.J. Wurtele & Lee Andrews, F)
Feb. 6      Georgetown  H     6     15
Feb. 18     Lex. YMCA   H     11    10
Feb. 20     Kentucky U. H     2     42
                              19    67
 

1904 - Won 1, Lost 4

Coach: Leander E. Andrus, Mgr.
Captain: St. John (Guyn, Arnett, St. John, Wurtele, Coons)
Feb. 4      Georgetown  A     11    26
Feb. 11     Kentucky U. A     5     12
Feb. 13     Georgetown  H     10    22
Feb. 26     Kentucky U. A     12    14
Mar. 4      Cincinnati  H     25    21
                              63    95
*Kentucky University (Transylvania and Georgetown game at
UK was called off because of failure to agree on a referee.
State College (University of Kentucky) team was present and
agreed to play. The offer was accepted and KU won 12-5.
 

1905 - Won 1, Lost 4

Coach:
Captain:     J.M.Coons
Jan. 13     Georgetown      H  9    14
Jan. 21     Cincinnati YMCA H  22   43
Jan. 27     Kentucky U.     H  30   29
Feb. 4      Kentucky U.     H  1    22
Feb. 22     Kentucky U.     H  23   33
                               85   141
 

1906 - Won 5, Lost 9

Coach: W.B. Wendt (Mgr.)
Captain: D.P. Branson (Baer, Donan, Barbee, Wilson, Herman)
Jan. 11     Lexington YMCA*     H
Jan. 12     Miami (Ohio)        H   10   15
Jan. 19     Central U.          H   15   14
Jan. 20     Georgetown          A   9    34
Jan. 26     Central U.          A   17   15
Jan. 27     Cincinnati          H   16   29
Feb. 3      Christ Church, Cin. H   24   38
Feb. 9      Georgetown          H   22   28
Feb. 12     New Albany YMCA     A   12   29
Feb. 13     Vernon College      A   34   14
Feb. 14     Moores Hill         A   32   11
Feb. 15     Christ Church, Cin. A   17   54
Feb. 16     Cincinnati YMCA     A   9    38
Feb. 17     Miami (Ohio)        A   19   29
                                   236  348

*W.B. Wendt on Jan. 9, 1969 verified that State College
opened the 1906 season against Kentucky U. in the YMCA.
Athletic committees of the two schools had cancelled all
games after a fight at a football game in November 1905.
Wendt and the Kentucky U. manager agreed to play at the
YMCA and list the State College foe as YMCA instead of
Kentucky U. State College won but Mr. Wendt didn't
remember the score, which he hadn't listed.
 

1907 - Won 3, Lost 6

Coach: A.M. Kirby (Mgr.)
Captain: J.M. Wilson (Shanklin, Baer, Bryant, Barbee)
Jan. 16     Lexington YMCA  H   17   25
Jan. 19     Georgetown      H   16   15
Jan. 25     Central U.      H   22   9
Feb. 12     Central U.      A   23   *25
Feb. 15     Kentucky U.     H   16   14
Feb. 21     Georgetown      A   8    19
Mar. 1      Lexington YMCA  A   22   41
Mar. 7      Kentucky U.     A   5    19
Mar. 9      Central U.      H   13   15
                               142  182
 

1907-08 - Won 5, Lost 6

Coach: J.S. Chambers (Mgr.)
Captain: Richard Barbee
Jan. 10     Lexington YMCA       A  19   29
Jan. 21     Kentucky U.          H  20   15
Jan. 25     Central U.           A  21   32
Feb. 4      Kentucky U.          A  20   15
Feb. 8      Louisville Coliseum  H  29   28
Feb. 10     Georgetown           A  22   30
Feb. 13     Central U.           H  31   20
Feb. 15     Lexington YMCA       H  19   23
Feb. 22     Louisville Coliseum  A  18   30
Mar. 3      Georgetown           H  18   13
Mar. 7      Central U.           A  10   29
                                   227  264
 

1908-09 - Won 5, Lost 4

Mgr: J.S. Chambers
Captain: W.C. Fox
Jan. 9      Lexington High    H     28    9
Jan. 18     Advent Mem. Club  A     27    41
Jan. 19     Cincinnati        A     25    41
Jan. 27     Central U.        H     24    23
Feb. 6      Central U.        A     20    35
Feb. 8      Georgetown        H     43    32
Feb. 15     Georgetown        A     48    19
Feb. 18     Cincinnati        H     28    23
Feb. 26     Central U.        H     20    26
                                   263   249

 

1909-10 - Won 4, Lost 8

Coach: R.E. Spahr and E.R. Sweetland
Captain: Bill Rodes
Jan. 8      Ky. Wesleyan      A     14   *12
Jan. 22     Georgetown        H     31    11
Jan. 24     DePauw            H     11    24
Jan. 28     Central           A     17    87
Feb. 4      Georgetown        A     16    34
Feb. 7      Cincinnati        A     17    47
Feb. 9      DePauw            A     16    28
Feb. 10     Rose Poly Technic A     11    52
Feb. 16     Tennessee         H     26    5
Mar. 5      Central U.        H     13    31
Mar. 8      Georgetown        H     24    23
Mar. 11     Central           A     9     51
                                   205   405
 

1910-11 - Won 5, Lost 6

Coach: H.J. Iddings
Captain: J.H. Gaiser
Jan. 13     Lexington High       H   29   36
Jan. 20     Transylvania         H   18   23
Jan. 27     Ky. Wesleyan         A   19   25
Feb. 4      Bethany              H   24   11
Feb. 9      Ohio Wesleyan        A   19   37
Feb. 10     Otterbein            A   27   41
Feb. 11     Christ Church, Cin.  A   21   32
Feb. 17     Georgetown           A   47   22
Feb. 23     Butler               H   21   16
Feb. 27     Transylvania         A   22   19
Mar. 3      Transylvania         H   30   24
                                    277  286
 

1911-12 - Won 9, Lost 0

Southern Champions
Coach: E.R. Sweetland
Captain: W.C. Harrison
Jan. 5      Georgetown      H   38   9
Jan. 12     Central U.      A   32   13
Jan. 19     Miami (Ohio)    H   31   14
Jan. 27     Lexington YMCA  H   32   20
Feb. 1      Central U.      H   52   10
Feb. 7      Tennessee       H   27   15
Feb. 22     Vanderbilt      H   28   17
Feb. 23     Vanderbilt      H   22   18
Mar. 1      Georgetown      A   19   18
                               281  134
Leading Scorers
Binkley Barnett (Jr. F)	7.1
D.W. Hart (Jr. F)	5.4
W.C. Harrison (Sr. C)	4.0
Jake Gaiser (Sr. G)	3.9
R.C. Preston (So. G)	2.7
H.L. Farmer (Jr. F)	2.2
 

1912-13 - Won 5, Lost 3

Coach: J.J. Tigert
Captain: B. Barnett
Jan. 24     Lexington YMCA      H   25   27
Feb. 8      Cincinnati          H   20   18
Feb. 13     Marietta            H   42   16
Feb. 15     Louisville          H   34   10
Feb. 19     Vanderbilt          H   17   24
Feb. 20     Vanderbilt          H   42   29
Feb. 27     Miami (Ohio)        H   24   16
Mar. 1      Christ Church, Cin. H   19   30
                                   223  170
Leading Scorers
R.C. Preston (Jr. C)	9.1
Binkley Barnett (Sr. F)	8.4
Ralph Morgan (So. F)	4.0
H.L. Farmer (Sr. F)	3.9
William Tuttle (So. F)	1.0

 

1913-14 - Won 12, Lost 2

Coach: Alpha Brumage
Captain: William Tuttle
Jan. 10     Ashland YMCA        H   28   15
Jan. 17     Louisville YMCA     H   30   21
Jan. 20     Ashland YMCA        A   30   19
Jan. 21     Marshall            A   46   6
Jan. 22     Virginia U.         A   23   39
Jan. 24     Va. Military Inst.  A   18   32
Jan. 31     Louisville YMHA     H   59   12
Feb. 7      Louisville          H   22   17
Feb. 11     Tennessee           H   21   14
Feb. 12     Tennessee           H   20   18
Feb. 21     Cincinnati          H   20   18
Feb. 23     Chattanooga         H   40   7
Feb. 28     Marietta            H   19   17
Mar. 3      Louisville          A   26   13
                                   402  248
Leading Scorers
R.C. Preston (Sr. F)	6.1
*Tom Zerfoss (Sr. F)	6.0
Karl Zerfoss (So. G)	4.7
William Tuttle (Jr. F)	3.9
Herschel Scott (Jr. G)	3.2
* Only played in first six games.
 

1914-15 - Won 7, Lost 5

Coach: Alpha Brumage
Captain: Ralph Morgan
Jan. 16     Maryville   H    37    17
Jan. 23     Louisville  H    18    14
Jan. 30     St. Andrews H    32    15
Feb. 4      Maryville   A    23    22
Feb. 5      Tennessee   A    21    36
Feb. 6      Tennessee   A    22    27
Feb. 12     Vanderbilt  H    34    39
Feb. 13     Vanderbilt  H    36    24
Feb. 17     Tennessee   H    22    13
Feb. 18     Tennessee   H    20    18
Feb. 26     St. Andrews A    25    50
Feb. 27     Louisville  A    15    26
                            305   301
Leading Scorers
Ralph Morgan (Sr. F)	8.3
Jim Server (Jr. C)	5.3
William Tuttle (Sr. F)	3.8
Karl Zerfoss (Jr. F)	3.7
Herschel Scott (Sr. G)	2.9
 

1915-16 - Won 8, Lost 6

Coach: James Park
Captain: K.P. Zerfoss
Jan. 14     Cincinnati  A    39    24
Jan. 18     Georgetown  A    29    22
Jan. 31     Georgetown  H    30    22
Feb. 4      Vanderbilt  H    25    39
Feb. 5      Vanderbilt  H    20    23
Feb. 12     Louisville  H    22    28
Feb. 15     Centre      A    38    5
Feb. 19     Cincinnati  H    34    10
Feb. 22     Louisville  A    32    24
Feb. 23     Tennessee   H    17    28
Feb. 26     Maryville   H    36    25
Feb. 29     Centre      H    38    14
Mar. 3      Marietta    H    22    27
Mar. 4      Marietta    H    23    27
                            405   318
Leading Scorers
Derrill Hart (Sr. F)	13.3
Jim Server (Sr. C)	5.7
Robert Ireland (Jr. F)	5.6
Karl Zerfoss (Sr. F)	3.3
George Gumbert (Sr. G)	2.4
 

1916-17 - Won 4, Lost 6

Coach: W.P. Tuttle
Captain: Robert Y. Ireland
Jan. 17     Centre             H    31    21
Jan. 27     Georgetown         A    19    22
Jan. 30     Rose Poly Technic  H    33    12
Feb. 9      Tennessee          H    20    23
Feb. 10     Tennessee          H    19    22
Feb. 16     Centre             A    24    28
Feb. 21     Georgetown         H    32    18
Mar. 1      Cumberland         A    48    20
Mar. 2      Tennessee          A    26    27
Mar. 3      Tennessee          A    10    30
                                   262   223
Leading Scorers
C.C. Shrader (Sr. F)	7.1
Robert Ireland (Sr. F)	5.4
Dutch Longworth (Sr. C-F)	4.4
Pat Campbell (Jr. F)	4.2
William Rodes (Sr. G)	1.3
 

1917-18 - Won 9, Lost 2, Tie 1

Coach: S.A. Boles
Captain: Patrick Campbell
Jan. 9      Ky. Wesleyan  H   23   13
Jan. 17     Centre        A   21   29
Jan. 24     Georgetown    H   22   18
Feb. 7      Tennessee     H   33   26
Feb. 8      Tennessee     H   40   12
Feb. 9      Ky. Wesleyan  A   21   21
(This unique tie game resulted from scorer's error
which was not discovered until after the teams' departures.
The contest was rescheduled, but never played for
unknown reasons.)
Feb. 14     Georgetown    A   25   16
Feb. 21     Centre        H   22   ***20
Feb. 28     Cumberland    A   42   21
Mar. 1      Tennessee     A   29   18
Mar. 2      Tennessee     A   32   20
Postseason Game (For State Championship)
Mar. 9      Centre     N-Lou. 12   24
                             322  238
Leading Scorers
H.C. Thomas (Jr. C-F)	10.8
Arthur Bastin (Jr. G)	4.0
A.P. Shanklin (Sr. F)	3.5
Pat Campbell (Sr. F)	3.2
Goerge Zerfoss (Jr. F)	2.8
 

1918-19 - Won 6, Lost 8

Coach: Andrew Gill
Captain: J.A. Dishman
Jan. 13     Ky. Wesleyan  H   46    5
Jan. 18     Georgetown    H   30    32
Jan. 25     Centre        A   30    38
Jan. 31     Cincinnati    A   18    28
Feb. 6      Chattanooga   A   28    25
Feb. 7      Tennessee     A   22    40
Feb. 8      Cumberland    A   22    21
Feb. 14     Vanderbilt    H   26    36
Feb. 15     Georgetown    A   18    22
Feb. 21     Cincinnati    H   34    21
Feb. 22     Ky. Wesleyan  A   18    13
Feb. 24     Centre        H   10    21
Feb. 28     Tennessee     H   30    14
Mar. 8      Miami (Ohio)  H   14    38
                             346   354
Leading Scorers
H.C. Thomas (Sr. F)	7.1
J.C. Everett (Jr. F)	6.6
Bob Lavin (Fr. G)	5.0
Tony Dishman (Sr. G)	3.3
Ed Parker (Sr. F)	3.3
 

1919-20 - Won 5, Lost 7

Coach: George C. Buchheit
Captain: J.C. Everett
Jan. 17     Cincinnati   A    11    13
Jan. 22     Maryville    H    27    13
Jan. 31     Georgetown   H    25    14
Feb. 5      Tennessee    H    24    29
Feb. 7      Tennessee    H    26    27
Feb. 14     Centre       A    15    44
Feb. 17     Georgetown   A    28    16
Feb. 21     Ky. Wesleyan H    43    13
Feb. 26     Cumberland   A    21    30
Feb. 27     Tennessee    A    25    28
Feb. 28     Tennessee    A    34    26
Mar. 6      Centre       A    18    *20
                             297   273
Leading Scorers
Basil Hayden (So. F)	10.8
William Blakely (Sr. G)	7.0
J.C. Everett (Sr. C)	5.5
Bob Lavin (So. F)	4.1
Jim Wilhelm (Jr. F)	3.6
 

1920-21 - Won 13, Lost 1

Southern Intercollegiate Champions
Coach: George C. Buchheit
Captain: Basil Hayden
Jan. 12     Ky. Wesleyan  H    38    13
Jan. 15     Cumberland    H    37    21
Jan. 18     Georgetown    H    38    23
Jan. 21     Chattanooga   H    42    10
Jan. 26     Cincinnati    A    26    19
Jan. 29     Auburn        H    40    25
Feb. 8      Centre        A    27    29
Feb. 15     Georgetown    A    56    11
Feb. 18     Centre        H    20    13
Feb. 22     Vanderbilt    H    37    18
SIAA Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)
Feb. 25     Tulane             50    28
Feb. 26     Mercer             49    25
Feb. 28     Mississippi A & M  28    13
Mar. 1      Georgia (finals)   20    19
                              508   267
Leading Scorers
William King (Fr. F)	11.4
Basil Hayden (Jr. F)	9.6
Paul Adkins (Jr. C)	6.5
Bob Lavin (Jr. G)	2.5
Fred Fest (So. C)	1.3

 

1921-22 - Won 10, Lost 6

Coach: George C. Buchheit
Captain: R.E. Lavin
Jan. 14     Georgetown          H   17   26
Jan. 17     Louisville          A   38   14
Jan. 18     Vanderbilt          A   12   22
Jan. 21     Louisville          H   29   22
Jan. 26     Mississippi A & M   H   28   21
Jan. 27     Marshall            H   34   12
Feb. 4      Centre              A   28   21
Feb. 6      Georgetown          A   26   17
Feb. 8      Washington & Lee    A   21   20
Feb. 9      Va. Military Inst.  A   32   37
Feb. 11     Georgetown U.       A   23   28
Feb. 13     Virginia            A   30   *32
Feb. 16     Clemson             H   38   14
Feb. 20     Centre              H   40   23
SIAA Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)
Feb. 24     Georgetown              41   21
Feb. 25     Mercer                  22   35
                                   459  365
Leading Scorers
Paul Adkins (Sr. C)	8.8
William King (So. F)	8.3
Bob Lavin (Sr. F)	5.2
Basil Hayden (Sr. F)	5.0
William Poynz (Jr. F)	2.9
 

1922-23 - Won 3, Lost 10

Coach: George C. Buchheit
Captain: Fred Fest
Jan. 13     Georgetown   A    24    13
Jan. 20     Tennessee    A    26    30
Jan. 22     Chattanooga  H    25    18
Jan. 25     Alabama      H    35    45
Jan. 27     Centre       H    14    21
Feb. 3      Georgia      H    19    23
Feb. 5      Cincinnati   A    24    33
Feb. 7      Centenary    H    21    29
Feb. 10     Tennessee    H    23    28
Feb. 14     Centre       A    10    17
Feb. 15     Clemson      H    13    30
Feb. 19     Georgetown   H    21    48
Feb. 23     Sewanee      H    30    14
                             285   349
Leading Scorers
Carl Riefkin (Jr. F)	10.2
Fred Fest (Sr. C)	7.2
William Poynz (Sr. G)	3.3
Gilbert Smith (Sr. G)	1.5
W.G. Wilkinson (Sr. F)	1.2
 

1923-24 - Won 13, Lost 3

Coach: G.C. Buchheit
Captain: A.T. Rice
Jan. 1      Vanderbilt         H    33    13
Jan. 8      Mexico YMCA        H    25    14
Jan. 12     Georgetown         A    32    24
Jan. 14     Mississippi A & M  H    16    17
Jan. 15     Sewanee            H    50    15
Jan. 18     Tennessee          A    13    20
Jan. 19     Chattanooga        A    24    23
Feb. 4      West Virginia      H    24    21
Feb. 9      Centre             A    27    18
Feb. 11     Georgetown         H    39    35
Feb. 13     Clemson            H    38    13
Feb. 14     Virginia           H    29    16
Feb. 19     Virginia Tech      H    36    14
Feb. 21     Centre             H    38    24
Feb. 23     Georgia Tech       H    33    27
SIAA Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)
Feb. 29     North Carolina          20    41
                                   477   335
Leading Scorers
Jim McFarland (So. F)	9.9
Will Milward (Jr. C)	5.3
Lowell Underwood (So. C)	4.9
Carl Riefkin (Sr. F)	4.3
Bill King (Sr. F)	2.9
 

Alumni Gym Era (1924-50)

1924-25 - Won 13, Lost 8

Coach: C.O. Applegran
Captain: James McFarland
Dec. 13     Cincinnati        H    28    23
Dec. 18     Indiana           H    18    20
Dec. 20     Michigan          H    11    21
Jan. 3      Cincinnati        A    20    24
Jan. 5      Illinois          A    26    36
Jan. 6      Wabash            A    10    57
Jan. 9      Mississippi       H    26    23
Jan. 10     Georgetown        H    25    17
Jan. 17     Centre            A    33    26
Jan. 30     Washington & Lee  H    28    22
Feb. 2      West Virginia     H    29    19
Feb. 5      Alabama           A    15    24
Feb. 6      Georgia Tech      A    18    16
Feb. 7      Georgia           A    24    28
Feb. 9      Tennessee         A    35    22
Feb. 12     Tulane            H    29    22
Feb. 14     Georgetown        A    36    21
Feb. 18     Tennessee         H    26    21
Feb. 21     Centre            H    39    10
Southern Conference Tournament
(Atlanta, Ga.)
Feb. 27     Mississippi A & M      31    26
Feb. 28     Georgia                31    32
                                  538   510
Leading Scorers
Jim McFarland (Jr. F)	7.1
Lowell Underwood (Jr. F)	6.3
Will Milward (Sr. C)	6.2
Foster Helm (So. F)	3.7
Charles Alberts (Jr. G)	2.5
 

1925-26 - Won 15, Lost 3

Coach: Ray Eklund
Captain: Burgess Carey
Dec. 19     DePauw            H    29    38
Jan. 5      Indiana           A    23    34
Jan. 9      Berea             H    37    23
Jan. 12     Georgetown        A    36    21
Jan. 16     Georgia Tech      H    25    24
Jan. 21     Centre            H    45    25
Jan. 30     Georgetown        H    25    20
Feb. 1      Alabama           H    27    16
Feb. 4      Centre            A    46    19
Feb. 5      Washington & Lee  H    44    34
Feb. 8      Auburn            H    35    26
Feb. 12     Tennessee         A    51    17
Feb. 15     Georgia           A    22    18
Feb. 18     Tennessee         H    27    21
Feb. 20     Vanderbilt        H    30    20
Southern Conference Tournament
(Atlanta, Ga.)
Feb. 26     Va. Military Inst.     32    25
Feb. 27     Georgia                39    34
Mar. 1      Mississippi A & M      26    31
                                  599   446
Leading Scorers
Gayle Mohney (Jr. G)	11.1
Paul Jenkins (So. F)	7.3
Jim McFarland (Sr. F)	5.6
Lowell Underwood (Sr. C)	3.7
Henry Besuden (Sr. C)	2.1
 

1926-27 - Won 3, Lost 13

Coach: Basil Hayden
Captain: Paul Jenkins
Dec. 18     Cincinnati        H    10    48
Dec. 21     Indiana           H    19    38
Dec. 27     Cincinnati        A    22    51
Dec. 31     Princeton         H    26    30
Jan. 3      Florida           H    44    36
Jan. 10     Ky. Wesleyan      A    24    31
Jan. 15     Vanderbilt        H    32    48
Jan. 21     Tennessee         A    14    19
Jan. 22     Georgia Tech      A    16    48
Jan. 29     Centre            H    27    25
Feb. 1      Georgetown        A    19    26
Feb. 4      Washington & Lee  H    34    36
Feb. 7      West Virginia     H    26    44
Feb. 11     Mississippi       H    17    37
Feb. 12     Centre            A    22    16
Feb. 19     Tennessee         H    21    30
                                  373   563
Leading Scorers
Paul Jenkins (Jr. F)	6.1
Edwin Knadler (Sr. F)	4.4
Van Buren Ropke (Sr. F-C)	4.2
Frank Phipps (Jr. F)	3.4
Foster Helm (Sr. C)	2.5

 

1927-28 - Won 12, Lost 6

Coach: John Mauer
Captain: Paul Jenkins
Dec. 16     Clemson           H    33    17
Dec. 20     Miami (Ohio)      H    31    36
Jan. 4      Berea             H    37    16
Jan. 9      Centre            A    36    23
Jan. 14     Vanderbilt        H    43    23
Jan. 16     Virginia          A    31    28
Jan. 18     Naval Academy     A    26    32
Jan. 19     Maryland          A    7     37
Jan. 28     Tennessee         H    48    18
Feb. 3      Washington & Lee  H    34    28
Feb. 4      Indiana           A    29    48
Feb. 8      Vanderbilt        A    54    29
Feb. 9      Tennessee         A    43    16
Feb. 11     Georgia Tech      H    31    35
Feb. 18     Centre            H    30    20
Southern Conference Tournament
(Atlanta, Ga.)
Feb. 24     South Carolina         56    40
Feb. 25     Georgia                33    16
Feb. 27     Mississippi            28    41
                                  630   503
Leading Scorers
Irvine Jeffries (Sr. G)	11.5
Cecil Combs (So. F)	10.3
Paul McBrayer (So. G-C)	5.5
Hays Owens (So. F)	3.8
Paul Jenkins (Sr. F)	3.3
 

1928-29 - Won 12, Lost 5

Coach: John Mauer
Captain: Lawrence McGinnis
Dec. 15     Eastern Normal     H    35    10
Dec. 21     Miami (Ohio)       H    43    ***42
Jan. 4      North Carolina     H    15    25
Jan. 12     Notre Dame         A    19    16
Jan. 16     Georgia Tech       A    19    33
Jan. 17     Tennessee          A    35    29
Jan. 19     Tennessee          H    27    22
Jan. 26     Alabama            H    26    27
Feb. 1      Mississippi A & M  A    25    *23
Feb. 2      Mississippi A & M  A    32    14
Feb. 3      Tulane             A    22    34
Feb. 8      Washington & Lee   H    31    30
Feb. 13     Centre             H    47    11
Feb. 22     Mississippi        H    35    30
Feb. 23     Mississippi        H    32    24
Southern Conference Tournament
(Atlanta, Ga.)
Mar. 1      Tulane                  29    15
Mar. 2      Georgia                 24    26
                                   496   411
Leading Scorers
Stan Milward (So. C)	6.8
Louis McGinnis (So. F)	5.8
Cecil Combs (Jr. G)	5.8
Carey Spicer (So. F)	5.7
Paul McBrayer (Jr. G)	2.9
 

1929-30 - Won 16, Lost 3

Coach: John Mauer
Captain: Paul McBrayer
Dec. 14     Georgetown         H    46    9
Dec. 20     Miami (Ohio)       H    35    20
Dec. 31     Berea              H    29    26
Jan. 3      Clemson            H    31    15
Jan. 10     Creighton          H    27    28
Jan. 11     Creighton          H    25    21
Jan. 18     Tennessee          H    23    20
Jan. 24     Mississippi A & M  H    38    17
Jan. 25     Mississippi A & M  H    20    14
Jan. 31     Tennessee          A    24    *29
Feb. 1      Georgia            A    22    *21
Feb. 3      Clemson            A    34    20
Feb. 8      Georgia Tech       H    39    19
Feb. 14     Georgia            H    36    23
Feb. 18     Ky. Wesleyan       H    32    20
Feb. 22     Washington & Lee   H    28    *26
Southern Conference Tournament
(Atlanta, Ga.)
Feb. 28     Maryland                26    21
Mar. 1      Sewanee                 44    22
Mar. 3      Duke                    32    37
                                   591   408
Leading Scorers
Cecil Combs (Sr. F)	6.6
Carey Spicer (Jr. F)	6.5
Stan Milward (Sr. C)	5.9
Louis McGinnis (So. F)	5.4
Paul McBrayer (Sr. G)	4.8

 

Adolph Rupp Era

1930-31 - Won 15, Lost 3

Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Carey Spicer
Dec. 18     Georgetown        H    67    19
Dec. 27     Marshall          H    42    26
Dec. 31     Berea             H    41    25
Jan. 3      Clemson           H    33    21
Jan. 10     Tennessee         H    31    23
Jan. 16     Chattanooga       H    55    18
Jan. 21     Vanderbilt        A    42    37
Jan. 31     Tennessee         A    36    *32
Feb. 6      Washington & Lee  H    23    18
Feb. 9      Georgia Tech      H    38    34
Feb. 13     Georgia           A    16    25
Feb. 14     Clemson           A    26    29
Feb. 16     Georgia Tech      A    35    16
Feb. 20     Vanderbilt        H    43    23
Southern Conference Tournament
(Atlanta, Ga.)
Feb. 27     North Carolina State   33    28
Feb. 28     Duke                   35    30
Mar. 2      Florida                56    36
Mar. 3      Maryland (finals)      27    29
                                  679   469
Leading Scorers
Carey Spicer (Sr. F)	10.6
Louis McGinnis(Sr. F)	9.6
George Yates (Jr. C)	7.0
Aggie Sale (So. C-F)	5.6
Jake Bronston (Jr. G)	3.9
 

1931-32 - Won 15, Lost 2

Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Ellis Johnson
Dec. 15     Georgetown        H    66    24
Dec. 18     Carnegie Tech     H    36    34
Dec. 23     Berea             H    52    27
Dec. 30     Marshall          H    46    16
Jan. 2      Clemson           H    43    24
Jan. 14     Clemson           A    30    17
Jan. 15     Sewanee           A    30    20
Jan. 16     Tennessee         A    29    28
Jan. 21     Chattanooga       H    51    17
Jan. 30     Washington & Lee  H    48    28
Feb. 3      Vanderbilt        A    61    37
Feb. 6      Duke              H    37    30
Feb. 8      Alabama           H    50    22
Feb. 13     Tennessee         H    41    27
Feb. 20     Vanderbilt        H    31    32
Southern Conference Tournament
(Atlanta, Ga.)
Feb. 26     Tulane                 50    30
Feb. 27     North Carolina         42    43
                                  743   456
Leading Scorers
Aggie Sale (Jr. F)	13.6
John "Frenchy" DeMoisey (So. C-F)	10.0
Darrell Darby (Jr. F)	8.4
Howard Kreuter (Jr. F)	3.9
Ellis Johnson (Jr. G)	3.6
 

1932-33 - Won 21, Lost 3

SEC Champions (Tournament)
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Forest Sale
Dec. 9      Alumni            H        52    17
Dec. 12     Georgetown        H        62    21
Dec. 17     Marshall          N1       57    23
Dec. 20     Tulane            H        53    17
Dec. 21     Tulane            H        42    11
Dec. 30     Chicago           A        58    26
Jan. 2      Ohio State        H        30    46
Jan. 6      Creighton         A        32    26
Jan. 7      Creighton         A        22    34
Jan. 10     South Carolina    H        44    36
Jan. 14     Tennessee         A        42    21
Jan. 16     Clemson           H        67    18
Jan. 28     Tennessee         H        44    23
Jan. 31     Vanderbilt        A        40    29
Feb. 1      Clemson           A        42    32
Feb. 2      South Carolina    A        38    44
Feb. 6      Mexico U.         H        81    22
Feb. 11     Georgia Tech      H        45    22
Feb. 13     Alabama           N2       35    31
Feb. 18     Vanderbilt        H        45    28
SEC Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)
Feb. 24     Mississippi                49    31
Feb. 25     Florida                    48    24
Feb. 27     LSU                        51    38
Feb. 28     Mississippi State (finals) 46    27
                                     1125   647
(N1) Ashland
(N2) Birmingham, Ala.
Leading Scorers
Aggie Sale (Sr. C-F)	13.8
John "Frenchy" DeMoisey (Jr. C-F)	12.0
Bill Davis (Jr. G)	7.0
Darrell Darby (Sr. F)	4.0
Ellis Johnson (Sr. G)	3.8
 

1933-34 - Won 16, Lost 1

Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: John DeMoisey
Dec. 5      Alumni        H    53    20
Dec. 9      Georgetown    H    41    12
Dec. 14     Marshall      H    48    26
Dec. 16     Cincinnati    H    31    25
Dec. 21     Tulane        A    32    22
Dec. 22     Tulane        A    42    29
Jan. 12     Sewanee       A    55    16
Jan. 13     Tennessee     A    44    23
Jan. 20     Chattanooga   H    47    20
Jan. 27     Tennessee     H    53    26
Feb. 1      Alabama       N1   33    28
Feb. 3      Vanderbilt    A    48    26
Feb. 8      Alabama       H    26    21
Feb. 10     Georgia Tech  H    49    25
Feb. 15     Sewanee       H    60    15
Feb. 17     Vanderbilt    H    47    27
SEC Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)
Feb. 24     Florida            32    38
                              741   399
(N1) Birmingham, Ala.
Leading Scorers
John "Frenchy" DeMoisey (Sr. C)	12.5
Bill Davis (Sr. G)	8.3
Dave Lawrence (Jr. F)	7.9
Garland Lewis (So. C)	4.9
Jack Tucker (Jr. F)	3.0
 

1934-35 - Won 19, Lost 2

SEC Co-Champions
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Dave Lawrence and Jack Tucker
Dec. 10     Alumni           H    55    8
Dec. 13     Oglethorpe       H    81    12
Dec. 21     Tulane           A    38    9
Dec. 22     Tulane           A    52    12
Jan. 2      Chicago          H    42    16
Jan. 5      New York U.      A    22    23
Jan. 14     Chattanooga      H    66    19
Jan. 18     Tulane           H    63    22
Jan. 19     Tulane           H    55    12
Jan. 26     Tennessee        H    48    21
Feb. 1      Alabama          N1   33    26
Feb. 2      Vanderbilt       A    58    22
Feb. 5      Xavier           A    40    27
Feb. 9      Georgia Tech     H    57    30
Feb. 11     Alabama          H    25    16
Feb. 13     Michigan State   A    26    32
Feb. 16     Tennessee        A    38    36
Feb. 22     Creighton        H    63    42
Feb. 23     Creighton        H    24    13
Mar. 2      Vanderbilt       H    53    19
Mar. 7      Xavier           H    46    29
                                 985   446
(N1) Birmingham, Ala.
Leading Scorers
Leroy Edwards (So. C)	16.3
Dave Lawrence (Jr. F)	9.1
Garland Lewis (Jr. C-F)	5.8
Jack Tucker (Sr. F)	3.7
Warfield Donohue (So. G)	3.5
 

1935-36 - Won 15, Lost 6

Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Milerd Anderson
Dec. 6      Georgetown       H    42    17
Dec. 17     Berea            H    58    30
Dec. 23     Pittsburgh       H    35    17
Jan. 8      New York U.      A    28    41
Jan. 14     Xavier           A    36    32
Jan. 17     Tulane           H    49    24
Jan. 18     Tulane           H    39    21
Jan. 21     Michigan State   H    27    19
Jan. 25     Tennessee        H    40    31
Feb. 1      Vanderbilt       A    24    33
Feb. 3      Alabama          A    32    30
Feb. 7      Alabama          H    40    34
Feb. 10     Notre Dame       A    20    41
Feb. 11     Butler           A    39    28
Feb. 15     Tennessee        A    28    39
Feb. 18     Xavier           H    49    40
Feb. 21     Creighton        H    68    38
Feb. 22     Creighton        H    29    31
Feb. 24     Vanderbilt       H    61    41
SEC Tournament (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Feb. 28     Mississippi State     41    39
Feb. 29     Tennessee             28    39
                                 813   587
Leading Scorers
Ralph Carlisle (So. F)	11.5
Joe Hagan (So. F)	8.0
Garland Lewis (Sr. C)	7.5
Warfield Donohue (Jr. G)	3.0
J. Rice Walker (So. C-F)	2.4
 

1936-37 - Won 17, Lost 5

SEC Champions (Tournament)
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Warfield Donohue
Dec. 9      Georgetown       H    46    21
Dec. 12     Berea            H    70    26
Dec. 15     Xavier           A    34    *28
Dec. 21     Centenary        H    37    19
Jan. 2      Michigan State   H    28    21
Jan. 5      Notre Dame       N1   28    41
Jan. 8      Creighton        H    59    36
Jan. 14     Michigan State   A    23    24
Jan. 16     Akron U.         N2   32    22
Jan. 23     Tennessee        H    43    26
Jan. 30     Vanderbilt       A    41    26
Feb. 1      Alabama          N3   38    27
Feb. 3      Tulane           A    28    35
Feb. 4      Tulane           A    28    25
Feb. 8      Mexico U.        H    58    30
Feb. 10     Alabama          H    31    34
Feb. 13     Tennessee        A    24    26
Feb. 20     Vanderbilt       H    51    19
Feb. 22     Xavier           H    23    15
SEC Tournament (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Feb. 26     Louisiana State       57    37
Feb. 27     Georgia Tech          40    30
Mar. 1      Tennessee (finals)    39    25
                                 858   593
(N1) Louisville  (N2) Cincinnati  (N3) Birmingham, Ala.

Leading Scorers
Ralph Carlisle (Jr. F)	9.9
Joe Hagan (Jr. F)	7.3
Homer Thompson (So. C)	4.9
Walter Hodge (Sr. G)	3.7
Bernie Opper (So. G)	3.5
 

1937-38 - Won 13, Lost 5

Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: J. Rice Walker
Dec. 15     Berea            H    69    35
Dec. 18     Cincinnati       H    38    21
Dec. 22     Centenary        H    35    25
Sugar Bowl (New Orleans, La.)
Dec. 29     Pittsburgh (finals)   40    29
Jan. 8      Michigan State   A    38    43
Jan. 10     Detroit          A    26    34
Jan. 15     Notre Dame       A    37    47
Jan. 22     Tennessee        H    52    27
Jan. 29     Vanderbilt       A    42    19
Jan. 31     Alabama          N1   57    31
Feb. 5      Xavier           A    32    39
Feb. 7      Michigan State   H    44    27
Feb. 12     Alabama          H    28    21
Feb. 14     Marquette        H    35    33
Feb. 17     Xavier           H    45    29
Feb. 21     Vanderbilt       H    48    24
Feb. 26     Tennessee        A    29    26
SEC Tournament (Baton Rouge, La.)
Mar. 3      Tulane                36    38
                                 731   512
(N1) Birmingham, Ala.

Leading Scorers
Joe Hagan (Sr. F)	10.1
Fred Curtis (Jr. F)	6.3
Bernie Opper (Jr. G)	5.6
Homer Thompson (Jr. C)	4.9
Mickey Rouse (So. G)	4.4
 

1938-39 - Won 16, Lost 4

SEC Champions (Tournament)
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Bernard Opper
Dec. 2      Georgetown         H    39    19
Dec. 10     Ky. Wesleyan       H    57    18
Dec. 17     Cincinnati         H    44    27
Dec. 21     Washington & Lee   H    67    47
Jan. 4      Long Island        A    34    52
Jan. 6      St. Joseph's       A    41    30
Jan. 14     Notre Dame         N1   37    42
Jan. 21     Tennessee          H    29    30
Jan. 28     Alabama            N2   38    41
Jan. 30     Vanderbilt         A    51    37
Feb. 4      Marquette          H    37    31
Feb. 8      Xavier             A    41    31
Feb. 11     Alabama            H    45    27
Feb. 13     Mississippi State  H    39    28
Feb. 18     Tennessee          A    36    **34
Feb. 21     Xavier             H    43    23
Feb. 25     Vanderbilt         H    52    27
SEC Tournament (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Mar. 2      Mississippi             49    30
Mar. 3      Louisiana State         53    34
Mar. 4      Tennessee (finals)      46    38
                                   878   646
(N1) Louisville   	(N2) Birmingham, Ala.

Leading Scorers
Fred Curtis (Sr. F)	9.2
Homer Thompson (Sr. C)	6.7
Keith Farnsley (So. F)	6.4
Mickey Rouse (Jr. G)	5.4
Marion Cluggish (Jr. C)	5.3
 

1939-40 - Won 15, Lost 6

SEC Champions (Tournament)
Sugar Bowl Champions
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Layton Rouse
Dec. 9      Berea              H    74    24
Dec. 16     Cincinnati         H    30    39
Dec. 21     Clemson            A    55    31
Sugar Bowl (New Orleans, La.)
Dec. 27     Ohio State (finals)     36    30
Jan. 1      Kansas State       H    53    26
Jan. 6      Xavier             A    42    41
Jan. 8      West Virginia      H    47    38
Jan. 13     Notre Dame         A    47    52
Jan. 20     Tennessee          H    35    26
Jan. 27     Alabama           N1    32    36
Jan. 29     Vanderbilt         A    32    40
Feb. 3      Marquette          A    51    45
Feb. 10     Alabama            H    46    18
Feb. 12     Xavier             H    37    29
Feb. 13     Mississippi State  H    45    37
Feb. 17     Tennessee          A    23    27
Feb. 19     Georgia Tech       A    39    44
Feb. 24     Vanderbilt         H    43    38
SEC Tournament (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Feb. 29     Vanderbilt              44    31
Mar. 1      Tennessee               30    *29
Mar. 2      Georgia (finals)        51    43
                                   892   724
(N1) Birmingham, Ala.

Leading Scorers



Mickey Rouse (Sr. G)	8.3
Keith Farnsley (Jr. F)	7.2
Marion Cluggish (Sr. C)	7.2
Lee Huber (Jr. G)	5.4
Jim King (So. C)	3.9
Carl Combs (Jr. G)	3.9
 

1940-41 - Won 17, Lost 8

Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Lee Huber
Dec. 7      Alumni           H    62    25
Dec. 12     West Virginia    H    46    34
Dec. 13     Maryville        H    53    14
Dec. 18     Nebraska         A    39    40
Dec. 19     Creighton        A    45    54
Dec. 20     Kansas State     A    28    25
Dec. 27     Centenary        H    70    18
Sugar Bowl (New Orleans, La.)
Dec. 30     Indiana               45    48
Jan. 4      Notre Dame      N1    47    48
Jan. 9      Xavier           A    48    43
Jan. 11     West Virginia    A    43    56
Jan. 18     Tennessee        A    22    32
Jan. 20     Georgia Tech     A    47    37
Jan. 25     Xavier           H    44    49
Feb. 1      Vanderbilt       A    51    50
Feb. 3      Alabama          A    38    36
Feb. 8      Alabama          H    46    38
Feb. 10     Mississippi      H    60    41
Feb. 15     Tennessee        H    37    28
Feb. 17     Georgia Tech     H    60    41
Feb. 24     Vanderbilt       H    58    31
SEC Tournament (Louisville, Ky.)
Feb. 27     Mississippi           62    52
Feb. 28     Tulane                59    30
Mar. 1      Alabama               39    37
Mar. 1      Tennessee             33    36
                                1182   943
(N1) Louisville

Leading Scorers
Jim King (Jr. C)	6.0
Lee Huber (Sr. G)	5.9
Keith Farnsley (Sr. F)	5.8
Mel Brewer (So. C)	5.1
Milt Ticco (So. C-F)	4.8
 

1941-42 - Won 19, Lost 6

SEC Champions (Tournament)
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Carl Staker
Dec. 6      Miami (Ohio)      H    35    21
Dec. 13     Ohio State        A    41    43
Dec. 16     Nebraska          H    42    27
Dec. 22     South Carolina    H    64    25
Dec. 30     Texas A & M       H    49    29
Jan. 2      Washington & Lee  H    62    32
Jan. 10     Xavier            A    40    39
Jan. 17     Tennessee         A    40    46
Jan. 19     Georgia           A    51    26
Jan. 20     Georgia Tech      A    63    53
Jan. 24     Mexico            H    56    26
Jan. 31     Georgia           H    55    38
Feb. 2      Alabama           A    35    41
Feb. 7      Notre Dame        A    43    46
Feb. 9      Alabama           H    50    34
Feb. 14     Tennessee         A    36    33
Feb. 16     Georgia Tech      H    57    51
Feb. 21     Xavier            H    44    36
SEC Tournament (Louisville)
Feb. 26     Florida                42    36
Feb. 27     Mississippi            59    32
Feb. 28     Auburn                 40    31
Feb. 28     Alabama (finals)       36    34
Postseason Game (Louisville)
Mar. 14     Great Lakes Navy       47    58
NCAA Tournament (New Orleans, La.)
Mar. 20     Illinois               46    44
Mar. 21     Dartmouth              28    47
                                 1161   928
Leading Scorers
Marvin Akers (Jr. G)	7.6
Mel Brewer (Jr. C)	7.0
Milt Ticco (Jr, F)	5.8
Ermal Allen (Sr. F)	4.9
Ken England (Jr. G)	4.9
 

1942-43 - Won 17, Lost 6

Coach: Adolph Rupp
Co-Captains: Marvin Akers and Melvin Brewer
Dec. 12     Cincinnati       H    61    39
Dec. 19     Washington       H    45    38
Dec. 23     Indiana         N1    52    58
Jan. 2      Ohio State       H    40    45
Jan. 4      Ft. Knox         H    64    30
Jan. 9      Xavier           A    43    38
Jan. 16     Tennessee        A    30    28
Jan. 18     Georgia          A    60    28
Jan. 19     Georgia Tech     A    38    36
Jan. 23     Notre Dame      N1    60    55
Jan. 26     Vanderbilt       H    39    38
Jan. 30     Alabama          A    32    41
Feb. 1      Vanderbilt       A    54    43
Feb. 6      Alabama          H    67    41
Feb. 8      Xavier           H    48    36
Feb. 13     Tennessee        H    53    29
Feb. 15     Georgia Tech     H    58    31
Feb. 20     DePaul           A    44    53
SEC Tournament (Louisville)
Feb. 25     Tulane                48    31
Feb. 26     Georgia               59    30
Feb. 27     Mississippi State     52    43
Feb. 27     Tennessee             30    33
Postseason Game (Louisville)
Mar. 6      Great Lakes Navy      39    53
                                1116   897
(N1) Louisville
Leading Scorers
Milt Ticco (Sr. F)	10.1
Mel Brewer (Sr. C)	8.3
Marvin Akers (Sr. G)	7.1
Mulford Davis (So. F)	7.1
Kenny Rollins (So. G)	5.3
 

1943-44 - Won 19, Lost 2

SEC Champions (Tournament)
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain:
Dec. 1      Ft. Knox           H    51    18
Dec. 4      Berea (Naval V-12) H    54    40
Dec. 11     Indiana           N1    66    41
Dec. 13     Ohio State         A    40    28
Dec. 18     Cincinnati         H    58    30
Dec. 20     Illinois           A    41    43
Dec. 28     Carnegie Tech     N2    61    14
Dec. 30     St. John's         A    44    38
Jan. 8      Notre Dame        N1    55    54
Jan. 15     Wright Field       H    61    28
Jan. 31     Ft. Knox A.R.C.    H    76    48
Feb. 4      DePauw             H    38    35
Feb. 7      Illinois           H    51    40
Feb. 12     Cincinnati         A    38    34
Feb. 26     Ohio U.            H    51    35
SEC Tournament (Louisville)
Mar. 2      Georgia                 57    29
Mar. 3      Louisiana State         55    28
Mar. 4      Tulane (finals)         62    46
National Invitation Tournament (New York)
Mar. 20     Utah                    46    38
Mar. 22     St. John's              45    48
Mar. 24     Oklahoma A & M (cons.)  45    29
                                  1095   724
(N1) Louisville   	(N2) New York
Leading Scorers
Bob Brannum (Fr. C)	12.1
Jack Tingle (Fr. F)	8.4
Jack Parkinson (Fr. G)	7.0
Wilbur Schu (So. G)	6.2
Tom Moseley (So. G)	4.2
 

1944-45 - Won 22, Lost 4

SEC Champions (Tournament)
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain:
Dec. 2      Ft. Knox         H    56    23
Dec. 4      Berea            H    56    32
Dec. 9      Cincinnati       H    66    24
Dec. 16     Indiana         N1    61    43
Dec. 23     Ohio State       H    53    *48
Dec. 26     Wyoming         N2    50    46
Dec. 30     Temple           A    45    44
Jan. 1      Long Island      A    62    *52
Jan. 6      Ohio U.          H    59    46
Jan. 8      Arkansas State   H    75    6
Jan. 13     Michigan State   H    66    35
Jan. 20     Tennessee        A    34    35
Jan. 22     Georgia Tech     A    64    58
Jan. 27     Notre Dame      N1    58    *59
Jan. 29     Georgia          H    73    37
Feb. 3      Georgia Tech     H    51    32
Feb. 5      Michigan State   A    50    66
Feb. 17     Tennessee        H    40    34
Feb. 19     Ohio U.          A    61    38
Feb. 24     Cincinnati       A    65    35
SEC Tournament (Louisville)
Mar. 1      Florida               57    35
Mar. 2      Louisiana State       68    37
Mar. 3      Alabama               52    41
Mar. 3      Tennessee (finals)    39    35
NCAA Tournament (New York)
Mar. 22     Ohio State            37    45
Mar. 24     Tufts (Consolation)   66    56
                                1464  1042
(N1) Louisville    (N2) Buffalo, N.Y.
Leading Scorers
Alex Groza (Fr. C)	16.5
Jack Tingle (So. F)	11.5
Jack Parkinson (So. G)	10.4
Wilbur Schue (Jr. F)	8.0
Kenton Campbell (Fr. C)	6.3
 

1945-46 - Won 28, Lost 2

NIT Champions
SEC Champions (Tournament)
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Jack Parkinson
Dec. 1      Ft. Knox          H    59    34
Dec. 7      Western Ontario   H    51    42
Dec. 8      Western Ontario   H    71    28
Dec. 15     Cincinnati        H    67    31
Dec. 18     Arkansas          H    67    42
Dec. 21     Oklahoma          H    43    33
Dec. 29     St. John's        A    73    59
Jan. 1      Temple            A    45    53
Jan. 5      Ohio U.           H    57    48
Jan. 7      Ft. Benning       H    81    25
Jan. 12     Michigan State    A    55    44
Jan. 14     Xavier            A    62    36
Jan. 19     Tennessee         A    50    32
Jan. 21     Georgia Tech      A    68    43
Jan. 26     Notre Dame       N1    47    56
Jan. 28     Georgia Tech      H    54    26
Feb. 5      Michigan State    H    59    51
Feb. 4      Vanderbilt        A    59    37
Feb. 9      Vanderbilt       N2    64    31
Feb. 16     Tennessee         H    54    34
Feb. 19     Ohio University   A    60    52
Feb. 23     Xavier            H    83    40
SEC Tournament (Louisville)
Feb. 28     Auburn                 69    24
Mar. 1      Florida                69    32
Mar. 2      Alabama                59    30
Mar. 2      Louis. State (finals)  59    36
Postseason Game (Louisville)
Mar. 9      Temple                 54    43
National Invitation Tournament
(New York)
Mar. 16     Arizona                77    53
Mar. 18     West Virginia          59    51
Mar. 20     Rhode Island (finals)  46    45
                                 1821  1194
(N1) Louisville   	(N2) Paducah, Ky.
NIT Champions
Leading Scorers
Jack Parkinson (6-0 Jr. G)	11.3
Wallace Jones (6-4 Fr. F)	9.7
Ralph Beard (5-10 Fr. G)	9.3
Jack Tingle (6-3 Jr. F)	9.2
Wilbur Schue (6-4 Sr. F)	7.7
 

1946-47 - Won 34, Lost 3

SEC Champions (Tournament)
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Ken Rollins
Nov. 28     Indiana Central  H    78    36
Nov. 30     Tulane           H    64    35
Dec. 2      Ft. Knox         H    68    31
Dec. 7      Cincinnati       A    80    49
Dec. 9      Idaho            H    65    35
Dec. 12     DePaul          N1    65    45
Dec. 14     Texas A & M      H    83    18
Dec. 16     Miami (Ohio) U.  H    62    49
Dec. 21     St. John's      N2    70    50
Dec. 23     Baylor           H    75    34
Dec. 28     Wabash           H    96    24
Sugar Bowl (New Orleans)
Dec. 30     Oklahoma A & M        31    37
Jan. 4      Ohio U.          H    46    36
Jan. 11     Dayton U.        H    70    29
Jan. 13     Vanderbilt       A    82    30
Jan. 18     Tennessee        A    54    39
Jan. 20     Georgia Tech     A    70    47
Jan. 21     Georgia          A    84    45
Jan. 25     Xavier           H    71    34
Jan. 27     Michigan State   H    86    36
Feb. 1      Notre Dame      N1    60    30
Feb. 3      Alabama          A    48    37
Feb. 8      DePaul           A    47    53
Feb. 10     Georgia          H    81    40
Feb. 15     Tennessee        H    61    46
Feb. 17     Alabama          H    63    33
Feb. 19     Xavier           A    58    31
Feb. 21     Vanderbilt       H    84    41
Feb. 22     Georgia Tech     H    83    46
SEC Tournament (Louisville)
Feb. 27     Vanderbilt            98    29
Feb. 28     Auburn                84    18
Mar. 1      Georgia Tech          75    53
Mar. 1      Tulane (finals)       55    38
Postseason Game (Louisville)
Mar. 8      Temple                68    29
National Invitation Tournament
(New York)
Mar. 17     Long Island           66    62
Mar. 19     North Carolina State  60    42
Mar. 24     Utah#                 45    49
                                2536  1416
(N1) Louisville    (N2) New York
#Madison Square Garden Record Crowd. 18,493
Leading Scorers
Ralph Beard (5-10 So. G)	10.9
Alex Groza (6-7 So. C-F)	10.6
Kenneth Rollins (6-0 Jr. G)	8.4
Joe Holland (6-4 Sr. F)	6.2
Wallace Jones (6-4 So. C)	5.9
 

1947-48 - Won 36, Lost 3

World Champions (Olympic Games)
National Champions (NCAA Tournament)
SEC Champions (Tournament)
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Kenneth Rollins
Nov. 29     Indiana Central   H            80    41
Dec. 1      Ft. Knox          H            80    41
Dec. 5      Tulsa U.          H            72    18
Dec. 6      Tulsa U.          H            71    22
Dec. 10     DePaul           N1            74    50
Dec. 13     Cincinnati        A            67    31
Dec. 17     Xavier            H            79    37
Dec. 20     Temple            A            59    60
Dec. 23     St. John's        A            52    40
Jan. 2      Creighton         A            65    23
Jan. 3      Western Ontario   H            98    41
Jan. 5      Miami (Ohio)      A            67    53
Jan. 10     Michigan State    A            47    45
Jan. 12     Ohio U.           A            79    57
Jan. 17     Tennessee         A            65    54
Jan. 19     Georgia Tech      A            71    56
Jan. 20     Georgia           A            88    51
Jan. 24     Cincinnati        H            70    43
Jan. 31     DePaul            A            68    51
Feb. 2      Notre Dame        A            55    64
Feb. 5      Alabama           A            41    31
Feb. 7      Washington U.    N2            69    39
Feb. 9      Vanderbilt        A            82    51
Feb. 14     Tennessee         H            69    42
Feb. 16     Alabama           H            63    33
Feb. 20     Vanderbilt        H            79    43
Feb. 21     Georgia Tech      H            78    54
Feb. 24     Temple           N1            58    38
Feb. 28     Xavier            A            59    37
SEC Tournament (Louisville)
Mar. 4      Florida                        87    31
Mar. 5      Louisiana State                63    47
Mar. 6      Tennessee                      70    47
Mar. 6      Georgia Tech (finals)          54    43
NCAA Tournament (New York)
Mar. 18     Columbia                       76    53
Mar. 20     Holy Cross                     60    52
Mar. 23     Baylor (finals)                58    42
NCAA Champions for First Time
Olympic Trials (New York)
Mar. 27     Louisville                     91    57
Mar. 29     Baylor                         77    59
(Championship Collegiate Bracket)
Mar. 31     Phillips Oilers (AAU Champs)   49    53
                                         2690  1730
(N1) Louisville    	(N2) Memphis, Tenn.
Olympic Team Exhibition Games
Kentucky vs. Phillips Oilers
June 30     Tulsa, OK	            52    60
July 2      Kansas City, MO         70    **69
July 7      Lexington, KY           50    56
@ Olympic Games (London, England)
July 30     Switzerland             86    21
Aug. 2      Czechoslovokia          53    28
Aug. 3      Argentina               59    57
Aug. 4      Egypt                   66    28
Aug. 6      Peru                    61    33
Aug. 9      Uruguay                 63    28
Aug. 11     Mexico                  71    40
Aug. 13     France (finals)         65    21
World Champions
Leading Scorers
Alex Groza (6-7 Jr. C)	12.5
     (488 TP in 39 games)
Ralph Beard (5-10 Jr. G)	12.5
Wallace Jones (6-4 Jr. C-F)	9.3
James Line (6-2 So. F)	6.9
Kenneth Rollins (6-0 Sr. G)	6.6
 

1948-49 - Won 32, Lost 2

National Champions (NCAA Tournament)
SEC Champions (Tournament)
Ranked First AP
Runner-Up Sugar Bowl
Loser NIT in attempted "Grand Slam"
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain:
Nov. 29     Indiana Central      H    74    38
Dec. 8      DePaul              N1    67    36
Dec. 10     Tulsa U.             H    81    27
Dec. 13     Arkansas             H    76    39
Dec. 16     Holy Cross           A    51    48
Dec. 18     St. John's           A    57    30
Dec. 22     Tulane              N1    51    47
Sugar Bowl (New Orleans)
Dec. 29     Tulane                    78    47
Dec. 30     St. Louis                 40    42
Jan. 11     Bowling Green State N2    63    61
Jan. 15     Tennessee            A    66    51
Jan. 17     Georgia Tech         A    56    45
Jan. 22     DePaul               A    56    45
Jan. 29     Notre Dame          N1    62    38
Jan. 31     Vanderbilt           A    72    50
Feb. 2      Alabama              A    56    40
Feb. 3      Mississippi         N3    75    45
Feb. 5      Bradley             N4    62    52
Feb. 8      Tennessee            H    71    56
Feb. 12     Xavier               H    96    50
Feb. 14     Alabama              H    74    32
Feb. 16     Mississippi          H    85    31
Feb. 19     Georgia Tech         H    78    32
Feb. 21     Georgia              H    95    40
Feb. 24     Xavier               A    51    40
Feb. 26     Vanderbilt           H    70    37
SEC Tournament (Louisville)
Mar. 3      Florida                   73    36
Mar. 4      Auburn                    70    39
Mar. 5      Tennessee                 83    44
Mar. 5      Tulane (finals)           68    52
National Invitation Tournament (New York)
Mar. 14     Loyola of Chicago         56    67
NCAA Tournament (Eastern Regional) (New York)
Mar. 21     Villanova                 85    72
Mar. 22     Illinois                  76    47
NCAA Finals (Seattle, Wash.)
Mar. 26     Oklahoma A & M            46    36
                                    2320  1492
NCAA Champions for second Time
(N1) Louisville        (N2) Cleveland, Ohio
(N3) Memphis, Tenn.    (N4) Owensboro, Ky.
Leading Scorers
Alex Groza (6-7 Sr. C)	20.5
Ralph Beard (5-10 Sr. G)	10.8
Wallace Jones (6-4 Sr. F-C)	8.6
Cliff Barker (6-2 Sr. G-F)	7.3
Dale Barnstable (6-3 Jr. F-G)	6.1
 

1949-50 - Won 25, Lost 5

SEC Champions (Tournament)
Sugar Bowl Champions
Ranked 3rd AP
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Dale Barnstable
Dec. 3      Indiana Central    H    84    61
Dec. 10     Western Ontario    H    90    18
Dec. 15     St. John's         A    58    69
Dec. 21     DePaul            N1    49    47
Dec. 23     Purdue             A    60    54
Sugar Bowl (New Orleans)
Dec. 29     Villanova               57    *56
Dec. 30     Bradley (finals)        71    66
Jan. 2      Arkansas          N2    57    53
Jan. 4      Mississippi State N3    87    55
Jan. 9      N. Carolina U.     H    83    44
Jan. 14     Tennessee          A    53    66
Jan. 16     Georgia Tech       A    61    47
Jan. 17     Georgia            A    60    71
Jan. 21     DePaul             A    86    53
Jan. 23     Notre Dame         A    51    64
Jan. 26     Xavier             A    58    47
Jan. 28     Georgia            H    88    56
Jan. 30     Vanderbilt         A    58    54
Feb. 2      Alabama            A    66    64
Feb. 4      Mississippi       N4    61    55
Feb. 11     Tennessee          H    79    52
Feb. 13     Alabama            H    77    57
Feb. 15     Mississippi        H    90    50
Feb. 18     Georgia Tech       H    97    62
Feb. 23     Xavier             H    58    53
Feb. 25     Vanderbilt         H    70    66
SEC Tournament (Louisville)
Mar. 3      Mississippi State       56    46
Mar. 4      Georgia                 79    63
Mar. 4      Tennessee (finals)      95    58
National Invitation Tournament (New York)
Mar. 14     City Col. of New York   50    89
                                  2089  1696
(N1) Louisville  	        (N2) Little Rock, Ark.
(N3) Owensboro, Ky.       (N4) Memphis, Tenn.
Leading Scorers
Bill Spivey (7-0 So. C)	19.3
Jim Line (6-2 Sr. F)	13.1
Walt Hirsch (6-4 Jr. F)	9.9
Bobby Watson (5-10 So. G)	7.5
Dale Barnstable (6-3 Sr. G)	5.9
 
Memorial Coliseum Era

1950-51 - Won 32, Lost 2

National Champions (NCAA Tournament)
SEC Champions (14-0)
Ranked 1st AP-UPI
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Walt Hirsch
(Including exhibition games, Kentucky won 39 games and lost 2)
Dec. 1      W. Texas State     H    73    43
Dec. 9      Purdue             H    70    52
Dec. 12     Xavier             A    67    56
Dec. 14     Florida            H    85    37
Dec. 16     Kansas             H    68    39
Dec. 23     St. John's         A    43    37
Sugar Bowl (New Orleans)
Dec. 29     St. Louis               42    *43
Dec. 30     Syracuse (consolation)  69    59
Jan. 5      Auburn             H    79    35
Jan. 8      DePaul             H    63    55
Jan. 13     Alabama            H    65    48
Jan. 15     Notre Dame         H    69    44
Jan. 20     Tennessee          A    70    45
Jan. 22     Georgia Tech       A    82    61
Jan. 27     Vanderbilt         A    74    49
Jan. 29     Tulane             A   104    68
Jan. 31     Louisiana State    A    81    59
Feb. 2      Mississippi State  A    80    60
Feb. 3      Mississippi       N1    86    39
Feb. 9      Georgia Tech       H    75    42
Feb. 13     Xavier             H    78    51
Feb. 17     Tennessee          H    86    61

Feb. 19     DePaul             A    60    57
Feb. 23     Georgia            H    88    41
Feb. 24     Vanderbilt         H    89    57
SEC Tournament (Louisville)
Mar. 1      Mississippi State       92    70
Mar. 2      Auburn                  84    54
Mar. 3      Georgia Tech            82    56
Mar. 3      Vanderbilt              57    61
Postseason Game
Mar. 13     Loyola of Chicago  H    97    61
NCAA Tournament
(First Round) (Raleigh, N.C.)
Mar. 20     Louisville              79    68
(Eastern Regional) (New York)
Mar. 22     St. John's              59    43
Mar. 24     Illinois                76    74
(National Finals) (Minneapolis, Minn.)
Mar. 27     Kansas State (finals)   68    58
                                  2540  1783
NCAA Champions for Third Time

Exhibition Game
Apr. 27     KY All-Stars       H    92    49
Puerto Rico Exhibition Tour
Aug. 25     San German Ath.         86    38
Aug. 26     Ponce Lions             83    43
Aug. 27     San Turce               93    40
Aug. 29     Univ. of Puerto Rico    91    44
Sept. 2     U.S. Navy               52    23
(Called at half on account of rain)
Sep. 3     Puerto Rico              75    46

(N1) Owensboro, Ky.
Leading Scorers
Bill Spivey (7-0 Jr. C)	19.2
Shelby Linville (6-5 Jr. F)	10.4
Bobby Watson (5-10 Jr. G)	10.4
Frank Ramsey (6-3 So. G)	10.1
Walt Hirsch (6-3 Sr. F)	9.1
 

1951-52 - Won 29, Lost 3

Ranked 1st AP, UPI
SEC Champions (14-0)
Runner-Up Sugar Bowl
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Robert Watson
Dec. 8      Washington & Lee  H    96    46
Dec. 10     Xavier            A    97    72
Dec. 13     Minnesota         A    57    61
Dec. 17     St. John's        H    81    40
Dec. 20     DePaul            H    98    60
Dec. 26     UCLA              H    84    53
Sugar Bowl (New Orleans)
Dec. 28     Brigham Young          84    64
Dec. 29     St. Louis              60    61
Jan. 2      Mississippi      N1   116    58
Jan. 5      Louisiana State   H    57    47
Jan. 7      Xavier            H    83    50
Jan. 12     Florida           A    99    52
Jan. 14     Georgia          N2    95    55
Jan. 19     Tennessee         A    65    56
Jan. 21     Georgia Tech      A    96    51
Jan. 26     Alabama           A    71    67
Jan. 28     Vanderbilt        A    88    51
Jan. 30     Auburn            A    88    48
Feb. 2      Notre Dame       N3    71    66
Feb. 4      Tulane            H   103    54
Feb. 6      Mississippi       H    81    61
Feb. 9      Georgia Tech      H    93    42
Feb. 11     Mississippi State H   110    66
Feb. 16     Tennessee         H    95    40
Feb. 21     Vanderbilt        H    75    45
Feb. 23     DePaul            A    63    61
SEC Tournament (Louisville)
Feb. 28     Georgia Tech           80    59
Feb. 29     Tulane                 85    61
Mar. 1      Tennessee              81    66
Mar. 1      Louis. State (finals)  44    43
NCAA Tournament (Eastern Regional) (Raleigh, NC)
Mar. 21     Penn. State            82    54
Mar. 22     St. John's             57    64
                                 2635  1774
(N1) Owensboro, Ky.    	(N2) Louisville
(N3) Chicago
Leading Scorers
Cliff Hagan (6-4 Jr. C)	21.6
Frank Ramsey (6-3 Jr. G)	15.9
Bobby Watson (5-10 Sr. G)	13.1
Lou Tsioropoulos (6-5 Jr. F)	7.9
Lucian Whitaker (6-0 Sr. F)	7.8
 

1952-53 - No Schedule

(Under suspension by NCAA)
Intra Squad Scrimmage Result
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Co-Captains: Cliff Hagan and Frank Ramsey
Dec. 13     Varsity     76    Freshman    45
Jan. 19     Ramsey's    71    Hagan's     50
Feb. 4      Hagan's     68    Ramsey's    55
Feb. 28     Blues       49    Whites      47
                       264               197
 

1953-54 - Won 25, Lost 0

Ranked 1st AP, 2nd UPI
UKIT Champions
SEC Champions (14-0)
Declined NCAA Berth
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Co-Captains: Cliff Hagan and Frank Ramsey
Dec. 5      Temple             H    86    59
Dec. 12     Xavier             A    81    66
Dec. 14     Wake Forest        H   101    69
Dec. 18     St. Louis          A    71    59
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 21     Duke                    85    69
Dec. 22     LaSalle (finals)        73    60
Dec. 28     Minnesota          H    74    59
Jan. 4      Xavier             H    77    71
Jan. 9      Georgia Tech       H   105    53
Jan. 11     DePaul             H    81    63
Jan. 16     Tulane             H    94    43
Jan. 23     Tennessee          A    97    71
Jan. 30     Vanderbilt         A    85    63
Feb. 2      Georgia Tech      N1    99    48
Feb. 4      Georgia            H   106    55
Feb. 6      Georgia           N2   100    68
Feb. 8      Florida            A    97    55
Feb. 13     Mississippi        H    88    62
Feb. 15     Mississippi State  H    81    49
Feb. 18     Tennessee          H    90    63
Feb. 20     DePaul             A    76    61
Feb. 22     Vanderbilt         H   100    64
Feb. 27     Auburn            N3   109    79
Mar. 1      Alabama            A    68    43
SEC Playoff (Nashville, Tenn.)
(Playoff game to determine SEC Champion and representative
in NCAA Tournament. Kentucky and LSU tied for league title
due to a schedule disagreement. Kentucky won but declined NCAA.)
Mar. 9      Louisiana State         63    56
                                  2187  1508
(N1) Louisville    	(N2) Owensboro, Ky.
(N3) Montgomery, Ala.
Leading Scorers
Cliff Hagan (6-4 Sr. C)	24.0
Frank Ramsey (6-3 Sr. G)	19.6
Lou Tsioropoulos (6-5 Sr. F)	14.5
Billy Evans (6-1 Jr. F)	8.4
Gayle Rose (6-0 Jr. G)	6.7
 

1954-55 - Won 23, Lost 3

UKIT Champions
SEC Champions (12-2)
Ranked  2nd AP, UPI
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Bill Evans
Dec. 4      Louisiana State    H    74    58
Dec. 11     Xavier             A    73    69
Dec. 18     Temple             H    79    61
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 21     Utah                    70    65
Dec. 22     LaSalle (finals)        63    54
Dec. 30     St. Louis          H    82    65
Jan. 1      Temple             A   101    69
Jan. 8      Georgia Tech       H    58    59
Jan. 10     DePaul             H    92    59
Jan. 15     Tulane             A    58    44
Jan. 17     Louisiana State    A    64    62
Jan. 22     Tennessee          A    84    66
Jan. 29     Vanderbilt         A    75    71
Jan. 31     Georgia Tech       A    59    65
Feb. 3      Florida            H    87    63
Feb. 5      Mississippi       N1    84    66
Feb. 7      Mississippi State  A    61    56
Feb. 9      Georgia            H    86    40
Feb. 14     Xavier             H    66    55
Feb. 19     DePaul             A    76    72
Feb. 21     Vanderbilt         H    77    59
Feb. 26     Auburn             H    93    59
Feb. 28     Alabama            H    66    52
Mar. 5      Tennessee          H   104    61
NCAA Tournament (Eastern Regional) (Evanston, IL)
Mar. 11     Marquette               71    79
Mar. 12     Penn. State             84    59
                                  1987  1588
(N1) Memphis, Tenn.
Leading Scorers
Bob Burrow (6-7 Jr. C)	19.0
Billy Evans (6-1 Jr. F)	13.9
Jerry Bird (6-6 Jr. F)	10.7
Phil Grawemeyer (6-7 Jr. F)	*13.0
Gayle Rose (6-0 Sr. G)	7.4
*Grawemeyer ranked 4th in total points with
260 in 20 games. Broke leg against DePaul and missed
last six games.
 

1955-56 - Won 20, Lost 6

Ranked 9th AP
2nd SEC (12-2)
UKIT Runner-Up
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Phil Grawemeyer
Dec. 3      Louisiana State    A    62    52
Dec. 10     Temple             H    61    73
Dec. 12     DePaul             H    71    69
Dec. 15     Maryland           A    62    61
Dec. 17     Idaho              H    91    49
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 20     Minnesota               72    65
Dec. 21     Dayton (finals)         74    89
Dec. 28     St. Louis          A   101    80
Jan. 7      Georgia Tech       H   104    51
Jan. 12     Tulane             H    85    63
Jan. 14     Louisiana State    H   107    65

Jan. 21     Tennessee          A    95    68
Jan. 28     Vanderbilt         A    73    81

Jan. 30     Georgia Tech       A    84    62
Feb. 1      Duke               H    81    76
Feb. 4      Auburn            N1    82    81
Feb. 6      Florida            A    81    70
Feb. 11     Mississippi        H    88    49
Feb. 13     Mississippi State  H    86    65
Feb. 18     DePaul             A    79    81
Feb. 20     Vanderbilt         H    76    55
Feb. 25     Alabama           N1    77   101
Feb. 27     Georgia           N2   143    66
Mar. 3      Tennessee          H   101    77
NCAA Tournament
(Kentucky represented the SEC in NCAA when champion
Alabama declined the bid.)
(Eastern Regional) (Iowa City, Iowa)
Mar. 16     Wayne U.           A    84    64
Mar. 17     Iowa               A    77    89
                                  2197  1802
(N1) Montgomery, Ala.    	(N2) Louisville
Leading Scorers
Bob Burrow (6-7 Sr. C)	21.1
Jerry Bird (6-6 Sr. F)	16.2
Vernon Hatton (6-3 So. G)	13.3
Gerry Calvert (5-11 Jr. G)	11.2
Phil Grawemeyer (6-7 Sr. F)	8.4

 

1956-57 - Won 23, Lost 5

Ranked 3rd AP, UPI
UKIT Champions
SEC Champions (12-2)
Sugar Bowl Champions
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Honorary Co-Captains:  Ed Beck and Gerry Calvert
Dec. 1      Washington & Lee   H    94    66
Dec. 3      Miami (FL)         H   114    75
Dec. 8      Temple             A    73    58
Dec. 10     St. Louis          H    70    71
Dec. 15     Maryland           H    76    55
Dec. 18     Duke               A    84    85
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 21     Southern Methodist      73    67
Dec. 22     Illinois (finals)       91    70
Sugar Bowl (New Orleans)
Dec. 28     Virginia Tech           56    55
Dec. 29     Houston (finals)       111    76
Jan. 5      Georgia Tech       H    95    72
Jan. 7      Loyola (Chicago)   H    81    62
Jan. 12     Louisiana State    A    51    46
Jan. 14     Tulane             A    60    68
Jan. 19     Tennessee          A    97    72
Jan. 26     Vanderbilt         A    91    83
Jan. 28     Georgia Tech       A    76    65
Jan. 30     Georgia            H    84    53
Feb. 2      Florida            H    88    61
Feb. 8      Mississippi       N1    75    69
Feb. 11     Mississippi State  A    81    89
Feb. 15     Loyola (Chicago)   A   115    65
Feb. 18     Vanderbilt         H    80    78
Feb. 23     Alabama            H    79    60
Feb. 25     Auburn             H   103    85
Mar. 2      Tennessee          H    93    75
SEC Champions
NCAA Tournament (Midwest Regional) (Lexington)
Mar. 15     Pittsburgh              98    92
Mar. 16     Michigan State          68    80
                                  2357  1953
(N1) Memphis, Tenn.
Leading Scorers
Johnny Cox (6-4 So. F)	19.4
Gerry Calvert (5-11 Sr. G)	15.2
Vernon Hatton (6-3 Jr. G)	14.8
John Crigler (6-3 Jr. F)	10.3
Ed Beck (6-7 Jr. C)	9.5
 

1957-58 - Won 23, Lost 6

National Champions (NCAA Tournament)
SEC Champions (12-2)
Ranked 9th AP, 14th UPI
UKIT Participant
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Honorary Captain: Ed Beck
Dec. 2      Duke               H    78    74
Dec. 4      Ohio State         A    61    54
Dec. 7      Temple             H    85    ***83
Dec. 9      Maryland           A    62    71
Dec. 14     St. Louis          A    73    60
Dec. 16     Southern Methodist A    64    65
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 20     West Virginia           70    77
Dec. 21     Minnesota               78    58
Dec. 23     Utah State         H    92    64
Dec. 30     Loyola (Chicago)   H    75    42
Jan. 4      Georgia Tech       H    76    60
Jan. 6      Vanderbilt         A    86    81
Jan. 11     Louisiana State    H    97    52
Jan. 13     Tulane             H    86    50
Jan. 18     Tennessee          H    77    68
Jan. 27     Georgia Tech       A    52    71
Jan. 29     Georgia           N1    74    55
Jan. 31     Florida            A    78    56
Feb. 8      Mississippi        H    96    65
Feb. 10     Mississippi State  H    72    62
Feb. 15     Loyola (Chicago)   A    56    57
Feb. 17     Vanderbilt         H    65    61
Feb. 22     Alabama           N2    45    *43
Feb. 24     Auburn            N3    63    64
Mar. 1      Tennessee          A    77    66
NCAA Tournament (Mideast Regional) (Lexington)
Mar. 14     Miami (Ohio)            94    70
Mar. 15     Notre Dame              89    56
Finals (Louisville)
Mar. 21     Temple                  61    60
Mar. 22     Seattle (finals)        84    72
                                  2166  1817
NCAA Champions For Record Fourth Time
(N1) Atlanta
(N2) Montgomery, Ala.
(N3) Birmingham, Ala.
Leading Scorers
Vernon Hatton (6-3 Sr. G)	17.1
Johnny Cox (6-4 Jr. F)	14.9
John Crigler (6-3 Sr. F)	13.6
Adrian Smith (6-0 Sr. G)	12.4
Ed Beck (6-7 Sr. C)	5.6
 

1958-59 - Won 24, Lost 3

UKIT Champions
2nd SEC (12-2)
Ranked 2nd in Polls
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Honorary Captain: Johnny Cox
Dec. 1      Florida State      H    91    68
Dec. 6      Temple             A    76    71
Dec. 8      Duke               A    78    64
Dec. 11     Southern Methodist H    72    60
Dec. 13     St. Louis          H    76    57
Dec. 15     Maryland           H    58    *56
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 19     Ohio State              95    76
Dec. 20     West Virginia (finals)  97    91
Dec. 29     Navy               H    82    69
Dec. 30     Illinois          N1    76    75
Jan. 3      Georgia Tech       H    72    62
Jan. 6      Vanderbilt         A    66    75
Jan. 10     Louisiana State    A    76    61
Jan. 12     Tulane             A    85    68
Jan. 17     Tennessee          H    79    58
Jan. 26     Georgia Tech       A    94    70
Jan. 29     Georgia            H   108    55
Jan. 31     Florida            H    94    51
Feb. 7      Mississippi       N2    97    72
Feb. 9      Mississippi State  A    58    66
Feb. 14     Notre Dame        N3    71    52
Feb. 18     Vanderbilt         H    83    71
Feb. 21     Auburn             H    75    56
Feb. 23     Alabama            H    39    32
Feb. 28     Tennessee          A    69    56
NCAA Tournament
(Kentucky represented the SEC in NCAA when champion
Mississippi State declined the bid.)
(Mideast Regional) (Evanston, Ill.)
Mar. 13     Louisville              61    76
Mar. 14     Marquette               98    69
                                  2126  1737
(N1) Louisville
(N2) Jackson, Miss.
(N3) Chicago
Leading Scorers
Johnny Cox (6-4 Sr. F)	17.9
Billy Ray Lickert (6-3 So. G)	13.5
Bennie Coffman (6-0 Jr. G)	10.7
Don Mills (6-6 Jr. C)	10.5
Sid Cohen (6-1 Jr. G)	8.1
Dickie Parsons (5-10 So. G)	8.0
 

1959-60 - Won 18, Lost 7

3rd SEC (10-4)
UKIT Runner Up
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Co-Captains: Bill Lickert and Don Mills
Dec. 1      Northern Colorado  H   106    73
Dec. 4      UCLA               A    68    66
Dec. 5      So. California     A    73    87
Dec. 12     St. Louis          A    61    73
Dec. 14     Kansas             A    77    *72
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 18     North Carolina          76    70
Dec. 19     West Virginia (finals)  70    79
Dec. 20     Temple            N1    97    92
Dec. 28     Ohio State         H    96    93
Jan. 2      Georgia Tech       H    54    62
Jan. 5      Vanderbilt         A    76    59
Jan. 9      Louisiana State    H    77    45
Jan. 11     Tulane             H    68    42
Jan. 16     Tennessee          A    78    68
Jan. 25     Georgia Tech       A    44    65
Jan. 27     Georgia           N2    84    60
Jan. 29     Florida            A    75    62
Feb. 6      Mississippi        H    61    43
Feb. 8      Mississippi State  H    90    59
Feb. 13     Notre Dame         H    68    65
Feb. 16     Vanderbilt         H    68    60
Feb. 20     Auburn             A    60    61
Feb. 22     Alabama           N3    75    55
Feb. 27     Tennessee          H    63    65
Mar. 5      Pittsburgh         H    73    66
                                  1838  1642
(N1) Louisville
(N2) Columbus, Ga.
(N3) Montgomery, Ala.
Leading Scorers
Billy Ray Lickert (6-3 Jr. f-G)	14.4
Don Mills (6-6 Sr. C-F)	12.7
Sid Cohen (6-1 Sr. G)	10.7
Bennie Coffman (6-0 Sr. G)	10.2
Ned Jennings (6-9 Jr. C)	8.8
 

1960-61 - Won 19, Lost 9

UKIT Runner-Up
2nd SEC (10-4)
Ranked 18th UPI
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Dick Parsons
Dec. 1      Virginia Military Inst.  H    72    56
Dec. 3      Florida State            H    58    63
Dec. 7      Notre Dame              N1    68    62
Dec. 13     North Carolina          N2    70    65
Dec. 17     Temple                   A    58    66
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 21     Illinois                      83    78
Dec. 22     St. Louis (finals)            72    *74
Dec. 31     Missouri                 H    81    69
Jan. 2      Miami (Ohio)             H    70    58
Jan. 7      Georgia Tech             H    89    79
Jan. 9      Vanderbilt               A    62    64
Jan. 13     Louisiana State          A    59    73
Jan. 14     Tulane                   A    70    72
Jan. 21     Tennessee                H    83    54
Jan. 30     Georgia Tech             A    60    62
Feb. 4      Florida                  H    89    68
Feb. 7      Georgia                  H    74    67
Feb. 11     Mississippi             N3    74    60
Feb. 13     Mississippi State        A    68    62
Feb. 17     UCLA                     H    77    76
Feb. 21     Vanderbilt               H    60    59
Feb. 25     Alabama                  H    80    53
Feb. 27     Auburn                   H    77    51
Mar. 4      Tennessee                A    68    61
SEC Playoff
(Knoxville, TN)
(To determine SEC representative in NCAA Tournament after
champion Mississippi State declined bid. Second place
Kentucky and Vanderbilt each had 10-4 records.)
Mar. 9      Vanderbilt                    88    67
Mar. 11     Marquette               N4    72    88
NCAA Tournament (Mideast Regional) (Louisville)
Mar. 17     Morehead                      71    64
Mar. 18     Ohio State                    74    87
                                        2027  1858
(N1) Louisville
(N2) Greensboro, N.C.
(N3) Jackson, Miss.
(N4) Chicago
Leading Scorers
Billy Ray Lickert (6-3 Sr. F-G)	16.0
Roger Newman (6-4 Sr. F-G)	14.1
Larry Pursiful (6-1 Jr. G)	13.4
Ned Jennings (6-9 Sr. C)	11.5
Carroll Burchett (6-4 Jr. F-C)	5.1
 

1961-62 - Won 23, Lost 3

UKIT Champions
SEC Co-Champions (13-1)
Ranked 3rd AP, UPI
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Larry Pursiful
Dec. 2      Miami (Ohio)       H    93    61
Dec. 4      So. California     H    77    79
Dec. 11     St. Louis          H    86    77
Dec. 16     Baylor             H    94    60
Dec. 18     Temple             H    78    55
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 22     Tennessee               96    69
Dec. 23     Kansas State (finals)   80    67
Dec. 27     Yale               H    79    58
Dec. 30     Notre Dame        N1   100    53
Jan. 2      Virginia           H    93    73
Jan. 6      Georgia Tech       H    89    70
Jan. 8      Vanderbilt         A    77    68
Jan. 12     Louisiana State    H    84    63
Jan. 15     Tennessee          A    95    82
Jan. 29     Georgia Tech       A    71    62
Jan. 31     Georgia           N2    86    59
Feb. 2      Florida            A    81    69
Feb. 10     Mississippi        H    83    60
Feb. 12     Mississippi State  H    44    49
Feb. 19     Vanderbilt         H    87    80
Feb. 24     Alabama            A    73    65
Feb. 26     Auburn             A    63    60
Mar. 5      Tulane             H    97    72
Mar. 10     Tennessee          H    90    59
NCAA Tournament
(Mideast Regional)
(Iowa City, IA)
Mar. 16     Butler                  81    60
Mar. 17     Ohio State              64    74
                                  2141  1704
(N1) Louisville
(N2) Atlanta
Leading Scorers
Cotton Nash (6-5 So. C-F)	23.4
Larry Pursiful (6-1 Sr. G)	19.1
Carroll Burchett (6-4 Sr. C-F)	11.2
Scotty Baesler (6-0 Jr. G)	10.9
Roy Roberts (6-4 Jr. F)	7.0
 

1962-63 - Won 16, Lost 9

5th SEC (8-6)
UKIT Champions
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Scotty Baesler
Dec. 1      Virginia Tech      H    77    80
Dec. 8      Temple             A    56    52
Dec. 12     Florida State      H    83    54
Dec. 15     Northwestern       H    71    60
Dec. 17     North Carolina     H    66    68
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 21     Iowa                    94    69
Dec. 22     West Virginia (finals)  79    75
Dec. 27     Dartmouth          H    95    49
Dec. 29     Notre Dame        N1    78    70
Dec. 31     St. Louis          A    63    87
Jan. 5      Georgia Tech       H    85    **86
Jan. 7      Vanderbilt         A   106    82
Jan. 11     Louisiana State    A    63    56
Jan. 12     Tulane             A    81    72
Jan. 19     Tennessee          H    69    *78
Jan. 26     Xavier             H    90    76
Jan. 28     Georgia Tech       A    62    66
Jan. 31     Georgia            H    74    67
Feb. 2      Florida            H    94    71
Feb. 9      Mississippi       N2    75    69
Feb. 11     Mississippi State  A    52    56
Feb. 18     Vanderbilt         H    67    69
Feb. 23     Auburn             H    78    59
Feb. 25     Alabama            H    80    63
Mar. 2      Tennessee          A    55    63
                                  1893  1697
(N1) Louisville    	(N2) Jackson, Miss.
Leading Scorers
Cotton Nash (6-5 Jr. F-C)	20.6
*Charles Ishmael (6-5 Jr. G)	11.1
Ted Deeken (6-3 Jr. F)	9.8
Scotty Baesler (6-0 Sr G)	9.7
Roy Roberts (6-4 Sr. F)	9.0
*Ineligible second semester
 

1963-64 - Won 21, Lost 6

UKIT and Sugar Bowl Champions
SEC Champions (11-3)
Ranked 3rd UPI, 4th AP
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Co-Captains: Cotton Nash and Ted Deeken
Nov. 30     Virginia           H    75    64
Dec. 2      Texas Tech         H   107    91
Dec. 7      Northwestern       A    95    63
Dec. 9      North Carolina     H   100    80
Dec. 14     Baylor             H   101    65
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 20     Wisconsin              108    85
Dec. 21     Wake Forest (finals)    98    75
Dec. 28     Notre Dame        N1   101    81
Sugar Bowl (New Orleans)
Dec. 30     Loyola (La.)            86    64
Dec. 31     Duke (finals)           81    79
Jan. 4      Georgia Tech       A    67    76
Jan. 6      Vanderbilt         A    83    85
Jan. 10     Louisiana State    H   103    84
Jan. 11     Tulane             H   105    63
Jan. 18     Tennessee          H    66    57
Jan. 25     Georgia Tech       H    79    62
Feb. 1      Florida            A    77    72
Feb. 3      Georgia            A   103    83
Feb. 8      Mississippi        H   102    59
Feb. 10     Mississippi State  H    65    59
Feb. 17     Vanderbilt         H   104    73
Feb. 23     Auburn            N2    99    79
Feb. 24     Alabama            A    59    65
Feb. 29     Tennessee          A    42    38
Mar. 2      St. Louis          H    60    67
NCAA Tournament
(Mideast Regional)
(Minneapolis)
Mar. 13     Ohio University         69    85
Mar. 14     Loyola (Chicago)        91   100
                                  2326  1954
(N1) Louisville    	(N2) Montgomery, Ala.
Leading Scorers
Cotton Nash (6-5 Sr. C-F)	24.0
Ted Deeken (6-3 Sr. F)	18.5
Larry Conley (6-3 So. F-C)	12.2
Terry Mobley (6-2 Jr. G)	9.4
Randy Embry (5-11 Jr. G)	7.2

 

1964-65 - Won 15, Lost 10

5th SEC (10-6)
UKIT Runner Up
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Randy Embry
Dec. 4      Iowa               H    85    77
Dec. 7      North Carolina    N1    67    82
Dec. 9      Iowa State         H   100    74
Dec. 12     Syracuse           H   110    77
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 18     West Virginia          102    78
Dec. 19     Illinois (finals)       86    91
Dec. 22     St. Louis          A    75    80
Dec. 29     Notre Dame        N2    97   111
Jan. 2      Dartmouth          H   107    67
Jan. 5      Vanderbilt         H    79    97
Jan. 9      Louisiana State    A    79    66
Jan. 11     Tulane             A   102    72
Jan. 16     Tennessee          A    58    77
Jan. 18     Auburn             H    73    67
Jan. 23     Florida            A    68    84
Jan. 25     Georgia            A   102    82
Jan. 30     Florida            H    78    61
Feb. 1      Georgia            H    96    64
Feb. 6      Mississippi        H   102    65
Feb. 8      Mississippi State  H    74    56
Feb. 16     Vanderbilt         A    90    91
Feb. 20     Auburn             A    69    88
Feb. 22     Alabama            A    71    75
Feb. 27     Tennessee          H    61    60
Mar. 1      Alabama            H    78    72
                                  2109  1914
(N1) Charlotte, N.C. 	(N2) Louisville
Leading Scorers
Louie Dampier (6-0 So. G)	17.0
Pat Riley (6-4 So. F)	15.0
Tommy Kron (6-5 Jr. G-F)	12.3
John Adams (6-7 Sr. C)	11.8
Larry Conley (6-3 Jr. F)	11.6
 

1965-66 - Won 27, Lost 2

National Runner-Up in NCAA
SEC Champions (15-1)
UKIT Champions
Ranked First in Polls
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Honorary Captain:
Dec. 1      Hardin-Simmons     H    83    55
Dec. 4      Virginia           A    99    73
Dec. 8      Illinois           A    86    68
Dec. 11     Northwestern       H    86    75
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 17     Air Force               78    58
Dec. 18     Indiana (finals)        91    56
Dec. 22     Texas Tech         A    89    73
Dec. 29     Notre Dame        N1   103    69
Jan. 3      St. Louis          H    80    70
Jan. 8      Florida            A    78    64
Jan. 10     Georgia            A    69    **65
Jan. 15     Vanderbilt         H    96    83
Jan. 24     Louisiana State    H   111    85
Jan. 29     Auburn             H   115    78
Jan. 31     Alabama            H    82    62
Feb. 2      Vanderbilt         A   105    90
Feb. 5      Georgia            H    74    50
Feb. 7      Florida            H    85    75
Feb. 12     Auburn             A    77    64
Feb. 14     Alabama            A    90    67
Feb. 19     Mississippi State  A    73    69
Feb. 21     Mississippi        A   108    65
Feb. 26     Tennessee          H    78    64
Mar. 5      Tennessee          A    62    69
Mar. 7      Tulane             H   103    74
NCAA Tournament
(Mideast Regional)
(Iowa City, Iowa)
Mar. 11     # Dayton                86    79
Mar. 12     Michigan                84    77
(Finals)
(College Park, Md.)
Mar. 18     Duke                    83    79
Mar. 19     Texas Western           65    72
                                  2519  2028
(N1) Louisville
International Universities Tournament
(Tel Aviv, Israel)
(Not counted in Won-Loss Record)
Aug. 3      Warsaw University		67	58
Aug. 4      Cambridge University		104	45
Aug. 6      Salonika University		91	60
Aug. 10     Istanbul University		82	36
Aug. 11     Warsaw University		87	57
Leading Scorers
Pat Riley (6-4 Jr. F)	22.0
Louie Dampier (6-0 Jr. G)	21.1
Thad Jaracz (6-5 So. C)	13.2
Larry Conley (6-3 Sr. F)	11.5
Tommy Kron (6-5 Sr. G)	10.2
#Adolph Rupp wins his 747th game to pass Phog Allen
of Kansas.
 

1966-67 - Won 13, Lost 13

(Worst Record under Rupp)
Tied 5th SEC (8-10)
UKIT Champions
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Honorary Captain:
Dec. 3      Virginia           H   104    84
Dec. 5      Illinois           H    97    *98
Dec. 10     Northwestern       A   118   116
Dec. 13     North Carolina     H    55    64
Dec. 17     Florida            H    75    78
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 22     Oregon State            96    66
Dec. 23     Kansas State (finals)   83    79
Dec. 28     Cornell            H    77    92
Dec. 31     Notre Dame        N1    96    85
Jan. 5      Vanderbilt         H    89    *91
Jan. 14     Florida            A    72    89
Jan. 16     Georgia            A    40    49
Jan. 21     Auburn             H    60    58
Jan. 23     Tennessee          H    50    **52
Jan. 28     Louisiana State    H   102    72
Jan. 30     Mississippi        H    96    53
Feb. 4      Louisiana State    A   105    84
Feb. 6      Mississippi        A    79    70
Feb. 11     Mississippi State  H    72    *77
Feb. 13     Tennessee          A    57    76
Feb. 18     #Mississippi State A   103    74
Feb. 20     Georgia            H   101    76
Feb. 25     Alabama            A    71    81
Feb. 27     Auburn             A    49    60
Mar. 4      Vanderbilt         A    94   110
Mar. 6      Alabama            H   110    78
                                  2151  2012
(N1) Louisville
Leading Scorers
Louie Dampier (6-0 Sr. G)	20.6
Pat Riley (6-4 So. F)	17.4
Thad Jaracz (6-5 Jr. C-F)	11.3
Cliff Berger (6-8 Jr. C)	11.3
Phil Argento (6-0 So. G)	5.2
#Coach Rupp passes Western Kentucky's E.A. Diddle to
become the all-time winningest coach with 760 victories.
 

1967-68 - Won 22, Lost 5

SEC Champions (15-3)
UKIT Champions
Ranked 4th in Polls
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Thad Jaracz
Dec. 2      Michigan           A    96    79
Dec. 4      Florida            H    99    76
Dec. 6      Xavier             H   111    76
Dec. 9      Pennsylvania       H    64    49
Dec. 12     North Carolina    N1    77    84
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 22     Dayton                  88    85
Dec. 23     South Carolina (finals) 76    66
Dec. 30     Notre Dame        N2    81    73
Jan. 6      Vanderbilt         A    94    78
Jan. 8      Alabama            A    84    76
Jan. 13     Florida            A    78    96
Jan. 15     Georgia            H   104    73
Jan. 20     Auburn             A    73    74
Jan. 22     Tennessee          A    59    87
Jan. 27     Louisiana State    A   121    95
Jan. 29     Mississippi        A    85    76
Feb. 3      Louisiana State    H   109    96
Feb. 5      Mississippi        H    78    62
Feb. 10     Mississippi State  A    92    84
Feb. 12     Tennessee          H    60    59
Feb. 17     Mississippi State  H   107    81
Feb. 19     Georgia            A   106    87
Feb. 24     Alabama            H    96    83
Feb. 26     Auburn             H    89    57
Mar. 2      Vanderbilt         H    85    80
NCAA Tournament (Mideast Regional) (Lexington)
Mar. 15     Marquette              107    89
Mar. 16     Ohio State              81    82
                                  2400  2103
(N1) Greensboro, N.C.    	(N2) Louisville
Leading Scorers
Mike Casey (6-4 So. G)	20.1
Dan Issel (6-8 So. C)	16.4
Mike Pratt (6-4 So. F)	14.1
Phil Argento (6-2 Jr. G)	12.3
Thad Jaracz (6-5 Sr. F)	11.3
 

1968-69 - Won 23, Lost 5

SEC Champions (16-2)
UKIT Champions
Ranked 7th in Polls
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Captain: Phil Argento
Nov. 30     Xavier             H   115    77
Dec. 2      Miami              A    86    77
Dec. 7      North Carolina     H    77    87
Dec. 14     Pennsylvania       A   102    78
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 20     Michigan               112   104
Dec. 21     Army (finals)           80    65
Dec. 28     Notre Dame        N1   110    90
Dec. 31     Wisconsin         N2    65    69
Jan. 4      Mississippi        A    69    59
Jan. 6      Mississippi State  A    91    72
Jan. 11     Florida            H    88    67
Jan. 13     Georgia            H    88    68
Jan. 18     Tennessee          A    69    66
Jan. 25     Louisiana State    A   108    96
Jan. 27     Alabama            A    83    *70
Feb. 1      Vanderbilt         H   103    89
Feb. 3      Auburn             H   105    93
Feb. 8      Mississippi        H   104    68
Feb. 10     Mississippi State  H    91    69
Feb. 15     Florida            A    81    82
Feb. 17     Georgia            A    85    77
Feb. 22     Louisiana State    H   103    89
Feb. 26     Alabama            H   108    79
Mar. 1      Vanderbilt         A    99   101
Mar. 3      Auburn             A    90    86
Mar. 8      Tennessee          H    84    69
NCAA Tournament (Mideast Regional) (Madison, Wisc.)
Mar. 13     Marquette               74    81
Mar. 15     Miami                   72    71
                                  2542  2199
(N1) Louisville    	(N2) Chicago
Leading Scorers
Dan Issel (6-8 Jr. C)	26.6
Mike Casey (6-4 Jr. G)	19.1
Mike Pratt (6-4 Jr. F)	16.9
Phil Argento (6-2 Sr. G)	10.0
Larry Steele (6-5 So. F)	8.6
 

1969-70 - Won 26, Lost 2

SEC Champions (17-1)
UKIT Champions
Ranked First in Polls
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Co-Captains: Dan Issel and Mike Pratt
Dec. 1      West Virginia      H   106    87
Dec. 6      Kansas             H   115    85
Dec. 8      North Carolina    N1    94    87
Dec. 13     Indiana            H   109    92
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 19     Navy                    73    59
Dec. 20     Duke (finals)           98    76
Dec. 27     Notre Dame        N2   102   100
Dec. 29     Miami (Ohio)       H    80    58
Jan. 3      Mississippi        H    95    73
Jan. 5      Mississippi State  H   111    76
Jan. 10     Florida            A    88    69
Jan. 12     Georgia            A    72    71
Jan. 17     Tennessee          H    68    52
Jan. 24     Louisiana State    H   109    96
Jan. 26     Alabama            H    86    71
Jan. 31     Vanderbilt         A    81    89
Feb. 2      Auburn             A    84    83
Feb. 7      Mississippi        A   120    85
Feb. 9      Mississippi State  A    86    57
Feb. 14     Florida            H   110    66
Feb. 16     Georgia            H   116    86
Feb. 21     Louisiana State    A   121   105
Feb. 23     Alabama            A    98    89
Feb. 28     Vanderbilt         H    90    86
Mar. 2      Auburn             H   102    81
Mar. 7      Tennessee          A    86    69
NCAA Tournament (Mideast Regional) (Columbus, Ohio)
Mar. 12     Notre Dame             109    99
Mar. 14     Jacksonville           100   106
                                  2709  2253
(N1) Charlotte, N.C.
(N2) Louisville
Leading Scorers
Dan Issel (6-8 Sr. C)	33.9
Mike Pratt (6-4 Sr. F)	19.3
Tom Parker (6-6 So. F)	10.4
Larry Steele (6-5 Jr. F)	8.8
Terry Mills (6-2 Jr. G)	8.1
 

1970-71 - Won 22, Lost 6

SEC Champions (16-2)
UKIT Runner Up
Ranked 10th AP
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Honorary Co-Captains: Mike Casey and Larry Steele
Dec. 1      Northwestern       A   115   100
Dec. 5      Michigan           H   104    93
Dec. 7      West Virginia      A   106   100
Dec. 12     Indiana            A    95    *93
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 18     DePaul                 106    85
Dec. 19     Purdue (finals)         83    89
Dec. 22     Oregon State       H    84    78
Dec. 29     Notre Dame        N1    92    99
Jan. 2      Mississippi        A   103    95
Jan. 4      Mississippi State  A    79    71
Jan. 9      Florida            H   101    75
Jan. 11     Georgia            H    79    66
Jan. 16     Tennessee          A    71    75
Jan. 23     Louisiana State    A    82    79
Jan. 25     Alabama            A    86    73
Jan. 30     Vanderbilt         H   102    92
Feb. 1      Auburn             H   114    76
Feb. 6      Mississippi        H   121    86
Feb. 8      Mississippi State  H   102    83
Feb. 13     Florida            A    65    74
Feb. 15     Georgia            A   107    95
Feb. 20     Louisiana State    H   110    73
Feb. 22     Alabama            H   101    74
Feb. 27     Vanderbilt         A   119    90
Mar. 1      Auburn             A   102    83
Mar. 6      Tennessee          H    84    78
NCAA Tournament (Mideast Regional) (Athens, Ga.)
Mar. 18     Western Kentucky	      83   107
Mar. 20     Marquette               74    91
                                  2670  2373
(N1) Louisville
Leading Scorers
Tom Parker (6-7 Jr. F)	17.6
Mike Casey (6-4 Sr. G)	17.0
Tom Payne (7-2 So. C)	16.9
Kent Hollenbeck (6-4 Jr. G)	14.0
Larry Steele (6-5 Sr. F)	13.1
 

1971-72 - Won 21, Lost 7

SEC Champions (14-4)
UKIT Champions
Ranked 14th UPI and 18th AP
Coach: Adolph Rupp
Honorary Co-Captains: Stan Key and Tom Parker
Dec. 1      Northwestern       H    94    85
Dec. 4      Kansas             A    79    69
Dec. 6      Kansas State       A    71    64
Dec. 11     Indiana           N1    89    **90
Dec. 13     Michigan State     H    85    91
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 17     Missouri                83    79
Dec. 18     Princeton (finals)      96    82
Dec. 28     Notre Dame        N1    83    67
Jan. 8      Mississippi        H    93    82
Jan. 10     Mississippi State  H   104    76
Jan. 15     Florida            A    70    72
Jan. 17     Georgia            A    73    85
Jan. 22     Tennessee          H    72    70
Jan. 24     Vanderbilt         H   106    80
Jan. 29     Louisiana State    H    89    71
Jan. 31     Alabama            H    77    74
Feb. 5      Vanderbilt         A    85    *80
Feb. 7      Auburn             A    78    72
Feb. 12     Mississippi        A    90    82
Feb. 14     Mississippi State  A    63    55
Feb. 19     Florida            H    95    68
Feb. 21     Georgia            H    87    63
Feb. 26     Louisiana State    A    71    88
Feb. 28     Alabama            A    70    73
Mar. 6      Auburn             H   102    67
Mar. 9      Tennessee          A    67    66
(Earned NCAA bid by beating Tennessee twice.)
NCAA Tournament (Mideast Regional) (Dayton, Ohio)
Mar. 16     Marquette               85    69
Mar. 18     Florida State           54    73
                                  2311  2093
(N1) Louisville
Leading Scorers
Jim Andrews (6-11 Jr. C)	21.5
Tom Parker (6-7 Sr. F)	18.0
Ronnie Lyons (5-10 So. G)	13.2
Stan Key (6-3 Sr. G)	12.5
Larry Stamper (6-6 Jr. F)	10.3
 

Joe B. Hall Era

1972-73 - Won 20, Lost 8

SEC Champions (14-4)
UKIT Champions
Ranked 15th UPI and 17th AP
Coach: Joe B. Hall
Honorary Captain: Jim Andrews
Dec. 2      Michigan State     A    75    66
Dec. 4      Iowa               H    66    79
Dec. 9      Indiana            A    58    64
Dec. 11     North Carolina    N1    70    78
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 15     Nebraska                85    60
Dec. 16     Oregon (finals)         95    68
Dec. 23     Kansas             H    77    71
Dec. 30     Notre Dame        N1    65    63
Jan. 6      Mississippi        A    58    61
Jan. 8      Mississippi State  A    90    81
Jan. 13     Florida            H    95    65
Jan. 15     Georgia            H    89    68
Jan. 20     Tennessee          A    64    65
Jan. 22     Vanderbilt         A    75    76
Jan. 27     Louisiana State    A    86    71
Jan. 29     Alabama            A    95    93
Feb. 3      Vanderbilt         H    76    83
Feb. 5      Auburn             H    88    57
Feb. 10     Mississippi        H    88    70
Feb. 12     Mississippi State  H   100    *87
Feb. 17     Florida            A    94    83
Feb. 19     Georgia            A    99    86
Feb. 24     Louisiana State    H    94    76
Feb. 26     Alabama            H   111    95
Mar. 3      Auburn             A    91    79
Mar. 8      Tennessee          H    86    81
NCAA Tournament (Mideast Regional) (Nashville, Tenn.)
Mar. 15     Austin Peay            106  *100
Mar. 17     Indiana                 65    72
                                  2341  2098
(N1) Louisville
Leading Scorers
Jim Andrews (6-11 Sr. C)	20.1
Kevin Grevey (6-5 So. F)	18.7
Jimmy Dan Conner (6-4 So. G-F)	11.2
Ronnie Lyons (5-10 Jr. G)	9.2
Mike Flynn (6-3 So. G)	9.1
 

1973-74 - Won 13, Lost 13

UKIT Champions
Worst Under Hall
Tied 4th SEC (9-9)
Coach: Joe B. Hall
Captain: Ronnie Lyons
Dec. 1      Miami (Ohio)       H    81    68
Dec. 3      Kansas             A    63    71
Dec. 8      Indiana           N1    68    77
Dec. 10     North Carolina    N2    84   101
Dec. 14     Iowa               A    88    80
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 21     Dartmouth              102    77
Dec. 22     Stanford (finals)       78    77
Dec. 29     Notre Dame        N1    79    94
Jan. 5      Louisiana State    A    84    95
Jan. 7      Georgia            H    80    74
Jan. 12     Auburn             H    79    58
Jan. 14     Tennessee          A    54    67
Jan. 19     Mississippi        H    93    64
Jan. 21     Alabama            A    77    81
Jan. 26     Florida            A    91    82
Jan. 28     Vanderbilt         H    65    82
Feb. 2      Mississippi State  A    82    70
Feb. 4      Louisiana State    H    73    70
Feb. 9      Georgia            A    86    72
Feb. 11     Auburn             A    97    *99
Feb. 16     Tennessee          H    61    58
Feb. 18     Mississippi        A    60    61
Feb. 23     Alabama            H    71    94
Feb. 25     Florida            H    65    75
Mar. 2      Vanderbilt         A    69    71
Mar. 4      Mississippi State  H   108    69
                                  2038  1987
(N1) Louisville    	(N2) Greensboro, N.C.
Leading Scorers
Kevin Grevey (6-5 Jr. F)	21.9
Bob Guyette (6-9 Jr. C)	12.7
Jimmy Dan Conner (6-4 Jr. F-G)	12.0
Mike Flynn (6-3 Jr. G)	11.5
Ronnie Lyons (5-10 Sr. G)	7.8
1974 Australian Exhibition Tour
(Not counted in Won-Lost Record)
May 13     Tahitian National Team      116    62
May 17     Australia                    87    97
May 18     Newcastle                    90    78
May 19     N.S.W. All Stars            123    67
May 21     Illawaarra Hawks            115    57
May 22     N.S.W. All Stars            106    50
May 23     A.C.T.                       96    69
May 25     Bulleen Heidelberg           88    83
May 26     St. Kilda Business House     80    67
May 27     Nunawading                   99    82
May 28     Melbourne                    79    86
May 30     Gippsland All Stars         127    74
May 31     Bulleen Heidelberg	          72    71
June 1     Laker All Stars             111    83
June 3     South Australian All Stars  109    96
Jane 4     South Australian All Stars  110    81
June 5     South Australian All Stars  111    84
June 6     Coburg                      108    82
June 7     St. Kilda Business House     96    85
                                      1923  1454
 

1974-75 - Won 26, Lost 5

National Runner-Up (NCAA Tournament)
SEC Co-Champions (15-3)
UKIT Champions
Ranked 2nd AP, 4th UPI
Coach: Joe B. Hall
Captain: Jimmy Dan Conner
Nov. 30     Northwestern       H    97    70
Dec. 2      Miami (Ohio)       A    80    73
Dec. 7      Indiana            A    74    98
Dec. 9      North Carolina    N1    90    78
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 20     Washington State        97    75
Dec. 21     Oklahoma State (finals) 90    65
Dec. 23     Kansas            N1   100    63
Dec. 28     Notre Dame        N1   113    96
Jan. 4      Louisiana State    H   115    80
Jan. 6      Georgia            A    96    77
Jan. 11     Auburn             A    85    90
Jan. 13     Tennessee          H    88    82
Jan. 18     Mississippi        A    85    82
Jan. 20     Alabama            H    74    69
Jan. 25     Florida            H    87    65
Jan. 27     Vanderbilt         A    91    90
Feb. 1      Mississippi State  H   112    79
Feb. 3      Louisiana State    A    77    76
Feb. 8      Georgia            H    75    61
Feb. 10     Auburn             H   119    76
Feb. 15     Tennessee          A    98   103
Feb. 17     Mississippi        H   108    89
Feb. 22     Alabama            A    84    79
Feb. 24     Florida            A    58    66
Mar. 1      Vanderbilt         H   109    84
Mar. 8      Mississippi State  A   118    80
NCAA Tournament (Mideast Regional)
(Tuscaloosa, Ala. and Dayton, Ohio)
Mar. 15     Marquette         N2    76    54
Mar. 20     Central Michigan  N3    90    73
Mar. 22     Indiana           N3    92    90
NCAA Final Four (San Diego, Calif.)
Mar. 29     Syracuse                95    79
Mar. 31     UCLA                    85    92
                                  2858  2434
(N1) Louisville    	(N2) Tuscaloosa, Ala.
(N3) Dayton, Ohio
-Leading Scorers-
Kevin Grevey (6-5 Sr. F)	23.6
Jimmy Dan Conner (6-4 Sr. G)	12.4
Rick Robey (6-10 Fr. C)	10.4
Jack Givens (6-4 Fr. F)	9.4
Mike Flynn (6-3 Sr. G)	9.0
Bob Guyette (6-9 Sr. F)	8.6
 

1975-76 - Won 20, Lost 10

UKIT Champions
NIT Champions
Tied 4th SEC (11-7)
Coach: Joe B. Hall
Captain: Jack Givens
Dec. 1      Northwestern       A    77    89
Dec. 8      North Carolina    N1    77    90
Dec. 10     Miami              H    91    69
Dec. 13     Kansas             A    54    48
Dec. 15     Indiana           N2    68    *77
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 19     Georgia Tech            66    64
Dec. 20     Oregon State (finals)   82    74
Dec. 30     Notre Dame        N2    79    77
Jan. 3      Mississippi State  A    73    77
Jan. 5      Alabama            A    63    76
Jan. 10     Tennessee          H    88    *90
Jan. 12     Georgia            H    92    76
Jan. 17     Vanderbilt         H    77    76
Jan. 24     Florida            A    89    82
Jan. 26     Auburn             A    84    *91
Jan. 31     Mississippi        H    89    81
Feb. 2      Louisiana State    H    85    71
Feb. 7      Tennessee          A    85    92
Feb. 9      Georgia            A    81    86
Feb. 14     Vanderbilt         A    65    69
Feb. 21     Florida            H    96    89
Feb. 23     Auburn             H    93    82
Feb. 28     Mississippi        A    94    87
Mar. 1      Louisiana State    A    85    70
Mar. 6      Alabama            H    90    85
Mar. 8      Mississippi State  H    94    *93
National Invitation Tournament (New York)
Mar. 13     Niagara                 67    61
Mar. 16     Kansas State            81    78
Mar. 18     Providence              79    78
Mar. 21     U.N.C. Char. (finals)   71    67
                                  2415  2345
(N1) Charlotte, N.C.   	(N2) Louisville
-Leading Scorers-
Jack Givens (6-4 So. F)	20.1
Mike Phillips (6-10 So. C)	15.6
Larry Johnson (6-2 Jr. G)	11.2
James Lee (6-5 So. F)	9.3
Rick Robey (6-10 So. C-F)*	15.6
Reggie Warford (6-1 Sr. G)	6.5
*Played in 12 games.
 

Rupp Arena Era

1976-77 - Won 26, Lost 4

SEC Co-Champions (16-2)
Ranked 6th AP, 5th UPI
Coach: Joe B. Hall
Captains: Larry Johnson and Merion Haskins
Nov. 27     Wisconsin          H    72    64
Dec. 2      Texas Christian    H   103    53
Dec. 6      Indiana            A    66    51
Dec. 11     Kansas             H    90    63
Dec. 13     South Carolina     A    98    67
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 17     Bowling Green State     77    59
Dec. 18     Utah (finals)           68    70
Dec. 30     Notre Dame        N1   102    78
Jan. 3      Georgia            H    64    *59
Jan. 8      Vanderbilt         A    64    62
Jan. 12     Tennessee          H    67    *71
Jan. 15     Auburn             A    75    68
Jan. 17     Florida            A    73    71
Jan. 22     Louisiana State    H    87    72
Jan. 24     Mississippi        H   100    73
Jan. 29     Alabama            A    87    85
Jan. 31     Mississippi State  A    92    85
Feb. 5      Vanderbilt         H   113    73
Feb. 7      Florida State     N1    97    57
Feb. 12     Auburn             H    89    82
Feb. 14     Florida            H   104    78
Feb. 19     Louisiana State    A    90    76
Feb. 21     Mississippi        A    81    69
Feb. 26     Alabama            H    85    70
Feb. 28     Mississippi State  H    77    64
Mar. 5      Tennessee          A    79    81
Mar. 7      Georgia            A    72    54
NCAA Tournament (East Regional)
(Philadelphia, Pa. and College Park, Md.)
Mar. 12     Princeton         N2    72    58
Mar. 17     VMI               N3    93    78
Mar. 19     North Carolina    N3    72    79
                                  2509  2070
(N1) Louisville	(N2) Philadelphia, Pa.
(N3) College Park, Md.
-Leading Scorers-
Jack Givens (6-4 Jr. F)	18.9
Rick Robey (6-10 Jr. F)	14.2
Mike Phillips (6-10 Jr. C)	12.2
Larry Johnson (6-3 Sr. G)	10.7
James Lee (6-5 Jr. F)	9.8
Jay Shidler (6-1 Fr. G)	7.8
Truman Claytor (6-1 So. G)	6.6
 

1977-78 - Won 30, Lost 2

National Champions (NCAA Tournament)
SEC Champions (16-2)
UKIT Champions
Ranked 1st AP and UPI
Coach: Joe B. Hall
Captains: Jack Givens and Rick Robey
Nov. 26     Southern Methodist H   110    86
Dec. 5      Indiana            H    78    64
Dec. 10     Kansas             A    73    66
Dec. 12     South Carolina     H    84    65
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 16     Portland State         114    88
Dec. 17     St. John's (finals)    102    72
Dec. 23     Iona               H   104    65
Dec. 31     Notre Dame        N1    73    68
Jan. 2      Vanderbilt         H    72    59
Jan. 7      Florida            A    86    67
Jan. 9      Auburn             A   101    77
Jan. 14     Louisiana State    H    96    76
Jan. 16     Mississippi        H    76    56
Jan. 21     Mississippi State  A    75    65
Jan. 23     Alabama            A    62    78
Jan. 30     Georgia            H    90    73
Feb. 4      Florida            H    88    61
Feb. 6      Auburn             H   104    81
Feb. 11     Louisiana State    A    94    *95
Feb. 13     Mississippi        A    64    52
Feb. 15     Tennessee          H    90    77
Feb. 18     Mississippi State  H    58    56
Feb. 20     Alabama            H    97    84
Feb. 25     Tennessee          A    68    57
Feb. 27     Georgia            A    78    67
Mar. 4      Nevada-Las Vegas   H    92    70
Mar. 6      Vanderbilt         A    78    68
NCAA Tournament (Mideast Regional)
(Knoxville, Tenn. and Dayton, Ohio)
Mar. 11     Florida State     N2    85    76
Mar. 16     Miami (Ohio)      N3    91    69
Mar. 18     Michigan State    N3    52    49
Finals (St. Louis, Mo.)
Mar. 25     Arkansas                64    59
Mar. 27     Duke                    94    88
                                  2693  2234
NCAA Champions for FIfth Time
(N1) Louisville	(N2) Knoxville, Tenn.    	(N3) Dayton, Ohio
-Leading Scorers-
Jack Givens (6-4 Sr. F)	18.1
Rick Robey (6-10 Sr. F)	14.4
Kyle Macy (6-3 So. G)	12.5
James Lee (6-5 Sr. F)	11.3
Mike Phillips (6-10 Sr. C)	10.2
Truman Claytor (6-1 Jr. G)	6.9
1978 Japan Exhibition Tour
(All games vs. Japan National Team)
(Not counted in Win-Loss Record)
June 13     at Tokyo         104    71
June 15     at Niigata       102    89
June 18     at Nagoya         97    59
June 19     at Osaka          87    82
June 20     at Fukuoka        88    61
June 22     at Nagasaki      122    79
June 24     at Tokyo         125    57
                             705   498
 

1978-79 - Won 19, Lost 12

6th in SEC (10-8)
SEC Tournament Runner-Up
Coach: Joe B. Hall
Captains: Dwane Casey and Truman Claytor
Dec. 2      LaSalle            H   109    77
Dec. 4      West Texas         H   121    67
Dec. 9      Kansas             H    67    *66
Dec. 16     Indiana            A    67    *68
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 22     Texas A & M             69    73
Dec. 23     Syracuse                94    87
Dec. 30     Notre Dame        N1    81    76
Jan. 3      Florida            A    65    76
Jan. 6      Louisiana State    H    89    93
Jan. 8      Mississippi        H    90    64
Jan. 13     Alabama            A    52    55
Jan. 15     Mississippi State  A    61    63
Jan. 20     Tennessee          H    55    66
Jan. 22     Georgia            H    73    64
Jan. 25     Auburn             A    86    *83
Jan. 27     Florida            H    87    81
Jan. 29     Auburn             H    66    59
Feb. 3      Louisiana State    A    61    70
Feb. 5      Mississippi        A    87    82
Feb. 7      Vanderbilt         A    58    68
Feb. 10     Alabama            H    80    71
Feb. 12     Mississippi State  H    80    65
Feb. 17     Tennessee          A    84   101
Feb. 19     Georgia            A    90    74
Feb. 23     Vanderbilt         H    96    70
Feb. 25     South Carolina     A    79    74
SEC Tournament (Birmingham, Ala)
Feb. 28     Mississippi             82    77
Mar. 1      Alabama                101   100
Mar. 2      Louisiana State         80    67
Mar. 3      Tennessee               69    *75
National Invitation Tournament (Lexington)
Mar. 7      Clemson                 67    *68
                                  2446   2280
(N1) Louisville
-Leading Scorers-
Kyle Macy (6-3 Jr. G)	15.2
Dwight Anderson (6-3 Fr. G)	13.3
LaVon Williams (6-6 So. F)	11.5
Fred Cowan (6-8 So. C-F)	9.4
Truman Claytor (6-1 Sr. G)	8.7
 

1979-80 - Won 29, Lost 6

SEC Champions (15-3)
SEC Tournament Runner-Up * UKIT Champions
Great Alaska Shootout Champions
Ranked 4th AP, 3rd UPI
Coach: Joe B. Hall
Captain: Kyle Macy
Nov. 17     Duke              N1    76    *82
Great Alaska Shootout
Nov. 30     Bradley           N2    79    58
Dec. 1      Alaska            N2    97    68
Dec. 2      Iona              N2    57    50
Dec. 8      Baylor             H    80    46
Dec. 10     South Carolina     H   126    81
Dec. 12     Kansas             A    57    56
Dec. 15     Indiana            H    69    58
Dec. 17     Georgia           N3    95    69
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 21     California              78    52
Dec. 22     Purdue (finals)         61    60
Dec. 29     Notre Dame        N4    86    80
Jan. 2      Auburn             H    67    65
Jan. 5      Tennessee          A    47    49
Jan. 9      Mississippi        A    79    73
Jan. 12     Alabama            H    64    78
Jan. 17     Florida            A    76    63
Jan. 19     Vanderbilt         H   106    90
Jan. 23     Mississippi State  A    89    67
Jan. 26     Georgia            H    56    49
Jan. 28     Louisiana State    H    60    65
Jan. 30     Auburn             A    64    62
Feb. 2      Tennessee          H    83    75
Feb. 6      Mississippi        H    86    72
Feb. 9      Alabama            A    72    63
Feb. 13     Florida            H    95    70
Feb. 15     Vanderbilt         A    91    73
Feb. 17     Nevada-Las Vegas   A    74    69
Feb. 20     Mississippi State  H    71    65
Feb. 24     Louisiana State    A    76    *74
SEC Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.)
Feb. 28     Auburn                  69    61
Feb. 29     Mississippi             70    67
Mar. 1      Louisiana State         78    80
NCAA Tournament (Mideast Regional)
(Bowling Green and Lexington)
Mar. 8      Florida State     N5    97    78
Mar. 13     Duke               H    54    55
                                  2685  2323
(N1) Springfield, Mass.   	(N2) Anchorage, Alaska
(N3) Atlanta, Ga.    	(N4) Louisville
(N5) Bowling Green
-Leading Scorers-
Kyle Macy (6-3 Sr. G)	15.4
Sam Bowie (7-1 Fr. C)	12.9
Fred Cowan (6-8 Jr. F)	12.5
LaVon Williams (6-7 Sr. F)	7.5
Jay Shidler (6-1 Sr. G)	6.2
 

1980-81 - Won 22, Lost 6

SEC Runner-Up (15-3)
UKIT Champions
Ranked 8th AP and UPI
Coach: Joe B. Hall
Captain: Chuck Verderber
Nov. 29     East Tennessee     H    62    57
Dec. 3      Ohio State         H    70    64
Dec. 6      Indiana            A    68    66
Dec. 13     Kansas             H    87    73
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 19     Alaska                  91    56
Dec. 20     UAB (finals)            61    53
Dec. 27     Notre Dame        N1    61    67
Dec. 30     Maine              H   100    54
Jan. 3      Georgia            H    76    62
Jan. 7      Auburn             A    79    66
Jan. 10     Tennessee          H    48    47
Jan. 14     Mississippi        H    64    55
Jan. 17     Alabama            A    55    59
Jan. 19     Louisiana State    A    67    81
Jan. 21     Florida            H   102    48
Jan. 24     Vanderbilt         A    78    64
Jan. 28     Mississippi State  H    71    64
Jan. 31     Georgia            A    71    **68
Feb. 4      Auburn             H   102    74
Feb. 7      Tennessee          A    71    87
Feb. 11     Mississippi        A    62    55
Feb. 14     Alabama            H    77    62
Feb. 18     Florida            A    69    56
Feb. 21     Vanderbilt         H    80    48
Feb. 25     Mississippi State  A    78    74
Mar. 1      Louisiana State    H    73    71
SEC Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.)
Mar. 5      Vanderbilt              55    60
NCAA Tournament (Mideast Regional) (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)
Mar. 15     Alabama-Birmingham      62    69
                                  2040  1760
(N1) Louisville
-Leading Scorers-
Sam Bowie (7-1 So. C)	17.4
Dirk Minniefield (6-3 So. G)	10.4
Derrick Hord (6-6 So. G-F)	8.9
Fred Cowan (6-8 Sr. F)	8.2
Chuck Verderber (6-6 Jr. F)	7.5
 

1981-82 - Won 22, Lost 8

SEC Co-Champions (13-5)
UKIT Champions
Ranked 8th AP, 9th UPI
Coach: Joe B. Hall
Captain: Chuck Verderber
Nov. 28     Akron              H    83    64
Dec. 5      Ohio State         A    78    62
Dec. 8      Indiana            H    85    69
Dec. 12     Kansas             A    77    *74
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 18     Jacksonville           107    91
Dec. 19     Seton Hall (finals)     98    74
Dec. 26     North Carolina    N1    69    82
Dec. 29     Notre Dame        N2    34    *28
Jan. 2      Georgia            A    68    66
Jan. 6      Auburn             H    83    71
Jan. 9      Tennessee          A    66    70
Jan. 13     Mississippi        A    65    67
Jan. 16     Alabama            H    86    69
Jan. 20     Florida            A    91    76
Jan. 23     Vanderbilt         H    67    58
Jan. 25     Louisiana State    H    76    65
Jan. 27     Mississippi State  A    51    56
Jan. 30     Georgia            H    82    73
Feb. 3      Auburn             A    81    *83
Feb. 6      Tennessee          H    77    67
Feb. 10     Mississippi        H    56    49
Feb. 13     Alabama            A    72    62
Feb. 17     Florida            H    84    78
Feb. 20     Vanderbilt         A    73    69
Feb. 24     Mississippi State  H    71    54
Feb. 27     Louisiana State    A    78    94
SEC Tournament (Lexington)
Mar. 4      Auburn                  89    66
Mar. 5      Mississippi             62    58
Mar. 6      Alabama                 46    48
NCAA Mideast Regional (Nashville, Tenn.)
Mar. 4      Middle Tennessee        44    50
                                  2199  1993
(N1) East Rutherford, N.J.    	(N2) Louisville
-Leading Scorers-
Derrick Hord (6-6 Jr. F)	16.3
Jim Master (6-5 So. G)	13.4
Melvin Turpin (6-10 So. C)	13.1
Dirk Minniefield (6-3 Jr. G)	11.3
Charles Hurt (6-6 Jr. F)	6.6
1982 Japan Exhibition Tour
(not Counted in Win-Loss Record)
July 1      W. Germany at Kariya        84    73
July 2      France at Kyotta            77    65
July 4      W. Germany at Sapporo       82    72
July 7      Japan Nat. at Akita         86    66
July 10     France at Moebashi          86    83
July 11     Japan at Tokyo             106    71
Note: the Wildcats also toured Taiwan and Hong Kong
during the 1982 trip. The following are results of
games played there:
July 12     China #2 at Taipei          86    63
July 15     China #1 at Hong Kong      119    48
 

1982-83 - Won 23, Lost 8

SEC Champions (13-5)
UKIT Champions
Ranked 12th AP and UPI
Coach: Joe B. Hall
Captain: Charles Hurt
Nov. 27     Butler             H    90    53
Dec. 1      Notre Dame         A    58    45
Dec. 4      Villanova          H    93    79
Dec. 7      Detroit            H    83    46
Dec. 11     Illinois           H    76    57
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 17     Duquesne                55    42
Dec. 18     Tulane (finals)         80    61
Dec. 22     Indiana            A    59    62
Dec. 29     Kansas            N1    83    62
Jan. 3      Mississippi        H    72    60
Jan. 5      Louisiana State    H    52    50
Jan. 8      Alabama            A    67    74
Jan. 10     Mississippi State  A    59    *53
Jan. 15     Auburn             H    67    75
Jan. 17     Florida            H    70    63
Jan. 22     Vanderbilt         A    82    *77
Jan. 29     Georgia            A    63    70
Jan. 31     Tennessee          A    63    65
Feb. 5      Alabama            H    76    70
Feb. 8      Mississippi State  H    88    67
Feb. 12     Auburn             A    71    69
Feb. 14     Florida            A    73    61
Feb. 19     Vanderbilt         H    82    63
Feb. 26     Georgia            H    81    72
Feb. 27     Tennessee          H    69    61
Mar. 3      Mississippi        A    61    58
Mar. 5      Louisiana State    A    60    74
SEC Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.)
Mar. 11     Alabama           N2    64    69
NCAA Mideast Regional
(First Round) (Tampa, Fla.)
Mar. 19     Ohio                    57    40
NCAA Mideast Region (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Mar. 24     Indiana                 64    59
Mar. 26     Louisville              68    *80
                                  2186  1937
(N1) Louisville
(N2) Birmingham, Ala.
-Leading Scorers-
Melvin Turpin (6-11 Jr. C)	15.1
Jim Master (6-5 Jr. G)	12.5
Derrick Hord (6-6 Sr. F)	8.9
Dirk Minniefield (6-3 Sr. G)	8.6
Charles Hurt (6-6 Sr. F)	8.2

 

1983-84 - Won 29, Lost 5

NCAA Mideast Region Champions
SEC Tournament Champions
SEC Champions (14-4)
UKIT Champions
Ranked 3rd AP and UPI
Coach: Joe B. Hall
Captain: Dickey Beal
Nov. 26     Louisville         H    65    44
Dec. 3      Indiana            H    59    54
Dec. 10     Kansas             A    72    50
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 16     Wyoming                 66    40
Dec. 17     Brigham Young (finals)  93    59
Dec. 20     Cincinnati         A    24    11
Dec. 24     Illinois           A    56    54
Dec. 28     Purdue            N1    86    67
Jan. 2      Mississippi        A    68    55
Jan. 7      Louisiana State    A    96    80
Jan. 9      Alabama            H    76    66
Jan. 11     Mississippi State  H    51    42
Jan. 13     Auburn             A    63    82
Jan. 17     Florida            A    57    69
Jan. 20     Vanderbilt         H    67    46
Jan. 22     Houston            H    74    67
Jan. 28     Georgia            H    64    40
Jan. 30     Tennessee          H    93    74
Feb. 4      Alabama            A    62    69
Feb. 6      Mississippi State  A    77    58
Feb. 11     Auburn             H    84    64
Feb. 13     Florida            H    67    65
Feb. 19     Vanderbilt         A    58    54
Feb. 25     Georgia            A    66    64
Feb. 27     Tennessee          A    58    63
Mar. 1      Mississippi        H    76    57
Mar. 3      Louisiana State    H    90    68
SEC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)
Mar. 8      Georgia                 92    79
Mar. 9      Alabama                 48    46
Mar. 10     Auburn (finals)         51    49
NCAA Mideast Regional (First Round) (Birmingham, Ala.)
Mar. 17     Brigham Young           93    68
NCAA Mideast Region (Lexington, Ky.)
Mar. 22     Louisville              72    67
Mar. 24     Illinois                54    51
NCAA Final Four (Seattle, Wash.)
Mar. 31     Georgetown              40    53
                                  2318  1975
(N1) Louisville
-Leading Scorers-
Melvin Turpin (6-11 Sr. C)	15.2
Kenny Walker (6-8 So. F)	12.4
Sam Bowie (7-1 Sr. F)	10.5
Jim Master (6-5 Sr. G)	9.6
Winston Bennett (6-7 Fr. F)	6.5
 

1984-85 - Won 18, Lost 13

NCAA "Final 16"
Tied for Third in SEC (11-7)
UKIT Champions
Coach: Joe B. Hall
Captains: Winston Bennett and Kenny Walker
Nov. 27     Toledo                 H    63    54
Dec. 1      Purdue                 A    56    66
Dec. 4      Southern Methodist     H    54    56
Dec. 8      Indiana                A    68    81
Dec. 15     Louisville             A    64    71
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 21     East Tennessee State        69    54
Dec. 22     Cincinnati (finals)         66    55
Dec. 31     Kansas                N1    92    89
Jan. 2      Auburn                 H    68    61
Jan. 5      North Carolina State   H    78    62
Jan. 7      Vanderbilt             H    75    58
Jan. 9      Mississippi            A    57    45
Jan. 12     Alabama                A    58    60
Jan. 16     Mississippi State      H    58    57
Jan. 19     Florida                H    55    67
Jan. 23     Georgia                A    73    81
Jan. 27     Tennessee              A    65    81
Jan. 31     Louisiana State        H    53    43
Feb. 2      Auburn                 A    49    *47
Feb. 7      Vanderbilt             A    68    62
Feb. 9      Mississippi            H    67    52
Feb. 13     Alabama                H    51    48
Feb. 16     Mississippi State      A    69    82
Feb. 20     Florida                A    76    68
Feb. 24     Georgia                H    77    79
Feb. 28     Tennessee              H    92    67
Mar. 2      Louisiana State        A    61    67
SEC Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.)
Mar. 7      Florida                     55    58
NCAA West Regional (First Round)
(Salt Lake City, Utah)
Mar. 14     Washington                  66    58
Mar. 16     Nevada-Las Vegas            64    61
NCAA West Regional (Denver, Colo.)
Mar. 22     St. John's                  70    86
                                      2037  1976
(N1) Louisville
-Leading Scorers-
Kenny Walker (6-8 Jr. F)	22.9
Ed Davender (6-1 Fr. G)	8.5
Winston Bennett (6-7 So. F)	7.2
Bret Bearup (6-9 Sr. C)	6.3
James Blackmon (6-2 So. G)	5.4
Roger Harden (6-1 Jr. G)	5.3
 

Eddie Sutton Era

1985-86 - Won 32, Lost 4

NCAA "Final 8"
SEC Champions (17-1)
SEC Tournament Champions
Ranked Third AP and UPI
Coach: Eddie Sutton
Captains: Kenny Walker, Roger Harden and Leroy Byrd
Nov. 22     Northwestern (LA) State  H    77    58
Nov. 26     Chaminade                A    89    57
Nov. 27     Hawaii                   A    98    65
Dec. 3      Cincinnati               H    84    54
Dec. 7      Indiana                  H    63    58
Dec. 14     Kansas                   A    66    83
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 20     East Carolina                 86    52
Dec. 21     Pepperdine (finals)           88    56
Dec. 28     Louisville               H    69    64
Dec. 30     Va. Military Institute  N1    93    55
Jan. 4      Vanderbilt               A    80    71
Jan. 6      Auburn                   A    56    60
Jan. 8      Mississippi              H    75    58
Jan. 11     Alabama                  H    76    52
Jan. 15     Mississippi State        A    64    52
Jan. 18     Florida                  A    72    55
Jan. 23     Georgia                  H    74    69
Jan. 25     Tennessee                H    74    57
Jan. 29     LSU                      A    54    52
Jan. 31     Auburn                   H    81    71
Feb. 2      North Carolina State     A    51    54
Feb. 5      Vanderbilt               H    73    65
Feb. 8      Mississippi              A    62    58
Feb. 13     Alabama                  A    73    71
Feb. 15     Mississippi State        H    88    62
Feb. 19     Florida                  H    80    69
Feb. 22     Georgia                  A    80    75
Feb. 27     Tennessee                A    62    60
Mar. 1      LSU                      H    68    57
SEC Tournament (Lexington)
Mar. 6      Mississippi                   95    69
Mar. 7      Louisiana State               61    58
Mar. 8      Alabama                       83    72
NCAA Southeast Regional First/Second Round
(Charlotte, N.C.)
Mar. 14     Davidson                      75    55
Mar. 16     Western Kentucky              71    64
NCAA Southeast Regional (Atlanta)
Mar. 20     Alabama                       68    63
Mar. 22     Louisiana State               57    59
                                        2666  2210
(N1) Louisville
-Leading Scorers-
Kenny Walker (6-8 Sr. F)	20.0
Winston Bennett (6-7 Jr. F)	12.7
Ed Davender (6-2 So. G)	11.5
James Blackmon (6-3 Jr. G)	9.4
Roger Harden (6-1 Sr. G)	6.8
1986 Japan Tour
(Not counted in Won-Loss Record)
June 21*    Japan at Tokyo              80    55
June 22*    Finland at Tokyo            87    67
June 24     Finland at Sendai           82    65
June 26     Japan at Niigata            79    73
June 28     Finland at Ohtsu            80    56
June 29     Czechoslovakia at Sapporo   74    80
July 2      S. China                    87    45
*Kirin World Tournament
  Hong Kong Game
 

1986-87 - Won 18, Lost 11

UKIT Champions
SEC Third Place (10-8)
Coach: Eddie Sutton
Captains: James Blackmon and Paul Andrews
Nov. 29     Austin Peay        H    71    69
Dec. 2      Texas Tech         H    66    60
Dec. 6      Indiana            A    66    71
Dec. 13     Lamar              H    71    56
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 19     Iona                    75    59
Dec. 20     Boston U. (finals)      81    69
Dec. 27     Louisville         A    85    51
Dec. 30     Georgia           N1    65    69
Jan. 3      Auburn             A    63    60
Jan. 7      Alabama            H    55    69
Jan. 10     Tennessee          A    68    75
Jan. 12     Mississippi State  A    57    49
Jan. 14     Florida            H    67    62
Jan. 18     LSU                H    41    76
Jan. 21     Vanderbilt         A    71    65
Jan. 25     Navy               H    80    69
Jan. 29     Ole Miss           A    65    76
Jan. 31     Mississippi State  H    50    36
Feb. 4      Auburn             H    75    71
Feb. 7      Alabama            A    70    69
Feb. 11     Tennessee          H    91    *84
Feb. 14     Florida            A    56    74
Feb. 19     Vanderbilt         H    65    54
Feb. 21     LSU                A    52    65
Feb. 25     Georgia            A    71    79
Feb. 28     Ole Miss           H    64    63
Mar. 1      Oklahoma           H    75    74
SEC Tournament (Atlanta)
Mar. 6      Auburn                  72    79
NCAA Southeast Regional First/Second Rounds
(Atlanta)
Mar. 13     Ohio State              77    91
                                  1965  1944
(N1) Louisville
-Leading Scorers-
Rex Chapman (6-4 Fr. G)	16.0
Ed Davender (6-3 Jr. G)	15.2
Richard Madison (6-7 Jr. F)	9.1
James Blackmon (6-3 Sr. G)	8.4
Robert Lock(6-11 Jr. C)	7.5
 

1987-88 - Won 25, Lost 5*

UKIT Champions
Best SEC Record (13-5)
Ranked 6th AP and UPI
Coach: Eddie Sutton
Captains: Winston Bennett, Ed Davender, Cedric Jenkins, Rob Lock, Richard Madison
Nov. 28     Hawaii             H    86    59
Dec. 1      Cincinnati         H   101    77
Dec. 5      Indiana           N1    82    *76
Dec. 12     Louisville         H    76    75
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 18     Miami (Ohio)            85    71
Dec. 19     N.C. Charlotte (finals) 84    81
Dec. 28     Alaska             H   100    58
Dec. 31     Vanderbilt         H    81    74
Jan. 2      Georgia            A    84    77
Jan. 6      Mississippi State  H    93    52
Jan. 9      Auburn             H    52    53
Jan. 13     Alabama            A    63    55
Jan. 16     Tennessee          H    83    65
Jan. 20     Florida            H    56    58
Jan. 23     LSU                A    76    61
Jan. 27     Vanderbilt         A    66    83
Jan. 31     Notre Dame        N2    78    69
Feb. 3      Ole Miss           H    94    65
Feb. 6      Mississippi State  A    83    59
Feb. 10     Auburn             A    69    62
Feb. 13     Alabama            H    82    68
Feb. 17     Tennessee          A    70    72
Feb. 20     Florida            A    76    83
Feb. 24     LSU                H    95    69
Feb. 28     Syracuse           H    62    58
Mar. 2      Georgia            H    80    72
Mar. 5      Ole Miss           A    78    71
SEC Tournament (Baton Rouge, La.)
Mar. 11     Ole Miss                82    64
Mar. 12     LSU                     86    80
Mar. 13     Georgia                 62    57
                                  2365  2024
(N1) Indianapolis    	(N2) Louisville
-Leading Scorers-
Rex Chapman (6-4 So. G)	19.0
Ed Davender (6-3 Sr. G)	15.7
Winston Bennett (6-7 Sr. F)	15.3
Rob Lock (6-11 Sr. C)	10.9
Eric Manuel (6-6 Fr. F)	7.1
*As part of sanctions imposed upon the UK basketball
program in 1989, the National Collegiate Athletic Association
ordered Kentucky to erase from the record three NCAA
tournament games from the 1987-88 season. Kentucky's 99-84
win over Southern, a 90-81 win over Maryland and an 80-74
loss to Villanova have been deleted from the records, thus
changing the 1987-88 season record from 27-6 to 25-5.
#The presidents of the Southeastern Conference institutions
voted to strip Kentucky of the 1987-88 SEC regular season
and SEC Tournament championships. Kentucky was not forced
to forfeit any of those regular season or tournament games.
 

1988-89 - Won 13, Lost 19

Tied for 6th in SEC (8-10)
Coach: Eddie Sutton
Captain: Mike Scott
Nov. 19     Duke               N1    55    80
Great Alaska Shootout
Nov. 25     Iona               N2    56    54
Nov. 26     Seton Hall         N2    60    63
Nov. 28     California         N2    89    71
Dec. 3      Notre Dame         N3    65    81
Dec. 7      Northwestern State  H    82    85
Dec. 10     Western Carolina    H    78    60
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 16     Bowling Green State      54    56
Dec. 17     Marshall                 91    78
Dec. 20     Indiana             H    52    75
Dec. 27     Austin Peay        N4    85    77
Dec. 31     Louisville          A    75    97
Jan. 4      Georgia             H    76    65
Jan. 7      Vanderbilt          H    70    61
Jan. 12     Florida             A    69    56
Jan. 14     LSU                 H    62    64
Jan. 18     Alabama             A    64    76
Jan. 21     Tennessee           A    66    65
Jan. 25     Auburn              H    86    76
Jan. 28     Ole Miss            A    65    70
Feb. 1      Mississippi State   H    73    61
Feb. 5      Georgia             A    72    84
Feb. 8      Vanderbilt          A    51    81
Feb. 11     Florida             H    53    59
Feb. 15     LSU                 A    80    99
Feb. 18     Alabama             H    67    71
Feb. 20     Auburn              A    75    77
Feb. 22     Tennessee           H    76    71
Feb. 26     Syracuse            A    73    89
Mar. 1      Ole Miss            H    70    69
Mar. 4      Mississippi State   A    67    68
SEC Tournament
(Knoxville, Tenn.)
Mar. 10     Vanderbilt               63    77
                                   2220  2316
(N1) Springfield, Mass.    	(N2) Anchorage, Alaska
(N3) Indianapolis    	(N4) Louisville
-Leading Scorers-
LeRon Ellis (6-10 So. C)	16.0
Chris Mills (6-7 Fr. F)	14.3
Derrick Miller (6-5 Jr. G)	13.9
Reggie Hanson (6-7 So. F)	9.8
Sean Sutton (6-1 So. G)	5.9
 

Rick Pitino Era

1989-90 - Won 14, Lost 14

SEC Record (10-8)
Coach: Rick Pitino
Captain: Derrick Miller
Nov. 28     Ohio               H    76    73
Dec. 2      Indiana           N1    69    71
Dec. 4      Mississippi State  H   102    97
Dec. 6      Tennessee Tech     H   111    75
Dec. 9      Kansas             A    95   150
Dec. 19     Furman             H   104    73
UK Invitation Tournament
Dec. 22     Portland                88    71
Dec. 23     Southwestern La. (fin.)113  *116
Dec. 27     North Carolina    N2   110   121
Dec. 30     Louisville         H    79    86
Jan. 3      Georgia            A    91   106
Jan. 6      Vanderbilt         A    85    92
Jan. 10     Florida            H    89    81
Jan. 13     LSU                A    81    94
Jan. 17     Alabama            H    82    65
Jan. 20     Tennessee          H    95    83
Jan. 24     Auburn             A    70    74
Jan. 27     Ole Miss           H    98    79
Jan. 31     Mississippi State  A    86    87
Feb. 3      Georgia            H    88    77
Feb. 7      Vanderbilt         H   100    73
Feb. 12     Florida            A    78    74
Feb. 15     LSU                H   100    95
Feb. 17     Alabama            A    58    83
Feb. 21     Tennessee          A   100   102
Feb. 24     Auburn             H    98    95
Feb. 28     Ole Miss           A    74    88
Mar. 5      Notre Dame         A    67    80
                                  2487  2461
(N1) Indianapolis   	(N2) Louisville
-Leading Scorers-
Derrick Miller (6-5 Sr. G)	19.2
Reggie Hanson (6-7 Jr. C)	16.4
Deron Feldhaus (6-7 So. F)	14.4
John Pelphrey (6-7 So. F)	13.0
Sean Woods (6-2 So. G)	9.1
 

1990-91 - Won 22, Lost 6

Best Record in SEC (14-4)
Ranked Ninth AP
Coach: Rick Pitino
Captains: Deron Feldhaus, Reggie Hanson,
John Pelphrey
Nov. 24     Pennsylvania           H    85    62
Nov. 28     Cincinnati             A    75    71
Dec. 1      Notre Dame            N1    98    90
Dec. 8      Kansas                 H    88    71
Dec. 10     North Carolina         A    81    84
Dec. 15     Tennessee-Chattanooga  H    86    70
Dec. 18     Indiana                A    84    87
Dec. 21     Western Kentucky      N2    84    70
Dec. 27     Eastern Kentucky       H    74    60
Dec. 29     Louisville             A    93    85
Jan. 2      Georgia                A    81    80
Jan. 5      LSU                    H    93    80
Jan. 9      Mississippi State      H    89    70
Jan. 12     Tennessee              A    78    74
Jan. 16     Ole Miss               A    95    85
Jan. 19     Vanderbilt             H    58    50
Jan. 23     Florida                H    81    65
Jan. 26     Alabama                A    83    88
Jan. 29     Auburn                 A    89    81
Feb. 3      Georgia                H    96    84
Feb. 5      LSU                    A    88   107
Feb. 9      Mississippi State      A    82    83
Feb. 13     Tennessee              H    85    74
Feb. 16     Ole Miss               H    89    77
Feb. 20     Vanderbilt             A    87    98
Feb. 23     Florida                A    90    74
Feb. 26     Alabama                H    79    73
Mar. 2      Auburn                 H   114    93
                                      2405  2186
(N1) Indianapolis    	(N2) Louisville
-Leading Scorers-
John Pelphrey (6-7 Jr. F)	14.4
Reggie Hanson (6-8 Sr. C)	14.4
Jamal Mashburn (6-9 Fr. F)	12.9
Deron Feldhaus (6-7 Jr. F)	10.8
Richie Farmer (6-0 Jr. G)	10.1
 

1991-92 - Won 29, Lost 7

SEC East Champions (12-4)
SEC Tournament Champions
Ranked 6th AP and CNN/USA Today
Coach: Rick Pitino
Captains: Richie Farmer, Deron Feldhaus, John Pelphrey, Sean Woods
Preseason NIT
Nov. 20     West Virginia      H   106    80
Nov. 22     Pittsburgh         H    67    85
Dec. 4      Massachusetts      H    90    69
Dec. 7      Indiana           N1    76    74
Dec. 10     SW Texas State     H    82    36
Dec. 12     Morehead State    N2   101    84
Dec. 14     Arizona State      H    94    68
Dec. 21     Georgia Tech       A    80    81
Dec. 23     Ohio              N3    73    63
Dec. 28     Louisville         H   103    89
Jan. 2      Notre Dame         H    91    70
Jan. 4      South Carolina     A    80    63
Jan. 7      Georgia            H    78    66
Jan. 11     Florida            H    81    60
Jan. 15     Vanderbilt         A    84    71
Jan. 18     Eastern Kentucky   H    85    55
Jan. 21     Tennessee          A    85   107
Jan. 25     Arkansas           H    88   105
Jan. 29     Ole Miss           H    96    78
Feb. 2      LSU                A    53    74
Feb. 8      Auburn             A    85    67
Feb. 12     Alabama            H   107    83
Feb. 15     Western Kentucky   H    93    83
Feb. 19     Mississippi State  A    89    84
Feb. 23     Georgia            A    84    73
Feb. 26     South Carolina     H    74    56
Mar. 1      Vanderbilt         H    80    56
Mar. 4      Florida            A    62    79
Mar. 7      Tennessee          H    99    88
SEC Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.)
Mar. 13     Vanderbilt              76    57
Mar. 14     LSU                     80    74
Mar. 15     Alabama                 80    54
NCAA East Regional First/Second Rounds
(Worcester, Mass.)
Mar. 20     Old Dominion            88    69
Mar. 22     Iowa State             106    98
NCAA East Regional (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Mar. 26     Massachusetts           87    77
Mar. 28     Duke                   103  *104
                                  3086  2680
(N1) Indianapolis, Ind.    	(N2) Louisville
(N3) Cincinnati, Ohio
-Leading Scorers-
Jamal Mashburn (6-8 So. F)	21.3
John Pelphrey (6-7 Sr. F)	12.5
Deron Feldhaus (6-7 Sr. F)	11.4
Richie Farmer (6-0 Sr. G)	9.6
Sean Woods (6-2 Sr. G)	7.7
 

1992-93 - Won 30, Lost 4

NCAA "Final 4"
SEC Tournament Champions
2nd SEC East (13-3)
ECAC Holiday Festival Champions
Ranked 6th AP/3rd CNN/USA Today
Coach: Rick Pitino
Captains: Junior Braddy, Dale Brown
Dec. 2      Wright State       H    81    65
Dec. 5      Georgia Tech       H    96    87
Dec. 8      Eastern Kentucky   H    82    73
Dec. 12     Louisville         A    88    68
Dec. 19     Morehead State     H   108    65
Dec. 22     Miami (Ohio)       H    65    49
ECAC Holiday Festival
Dec. 28     Rutgers           N1    89    67
Dec. 30     St. John's (fin.) N1    86    77
Jan. 3      Indiana           N2    81    78
Jan. 5      Georgia            A    74    59
Jan. 9      Tennessee          H    84    70
Jan. 13     Vanderbilt         A    86   101
Jan. 19     Alabama            A    73    59
Jan. 23     South Carolina     A   108    82
Jan. 26     LSU                H   105    67
Jan. 30     Florida            H    71    48
Feb. 3      Mississippi State  H    87    63
Feb. 6      Vanderbilt         H    82    67
Feb. 10     Arkansas           A    94   101
Feb. 13     Notre Dame         A    81    62
Feb. 17     South Carolina     H    87    66
Feb. 20     Georgia            H    86    70
Feb. 24     Tennessee          A    77    78
Feb. 27     Auburn             H    80    78
Mar. 3      Mississippi        A    98    66
Mar. 9      Florida            A    85    77
SEC Tournament (Lexington, Ky.)
Mar. 12     Tennessee              101    40
Mar. 13     Arkansas                92    81
Mar. 14     LSU                     82    65
NCAA Southeast Regional First/Second Rounds
(Nashville, Tenn.)
Mar. 19     Rider College           96    52
Mar. 21     Utah                    83    62
NCAA Southeast Regional (Charlotte, N.C.)
Mar. 25     Wake Forest            103    69
Mar. 27     Florida State          106    81
NCAA Final Four (New Orleans, La.)
April 3     Michigan                78    *81
                                  2975  2374
(N1) New York   	 (N2) Louisville
-Leading Scorers-
Jamal Mashburn (6-8 Jr. F) 	21.0
Travis Ford (5-9 Jr. G) 	13.6
Dale Brown (6-2 Sr. G) 	9.4
Rodrick Rhodes (6-6 Fr. F) 	9.1
Rodney Dent (6-10 Jr. C) 	6.4
 

1993-94 - Won 27, Lost 7

SEC Tournament Champions
Tied for 1st SEC East (12-4)
Maui Invitational Champions
Ranked 7th AP/8th CNN/USA Today
Coach: Rick Pitino
Captains: Travis Ford, Gimel Martinez, Jeff Brassow
Nov. 27     Louisville         H    78    70
Dec. 1      Tennessee Tech     H   115    77
Dec. 4      Indiana           N1    84    96
Dec. 8      Eastern Kentucky   H   107    78
Dec. 17     Morehead State     H    97    61
Maui Invitational
Dec. 21     Texas             N2    86    61
Dec. 22     Ohio State        N2   100    88
Dec. 23     Arizona (finals)  N2    93    92
Dec. 28     San Francisco      H   110    83
Dec. 30     Robert Morris      H    92    67
Jan. 4      Vanderbilt         H   107    82
Jan. 6      Notre Dame         H    84    59
Jan. 8      Georgia            A    90    *94
Jan. 12     Mississippi       N3    98    64
Jan. 15     Tennessee          H    93    74
Jan. 18     Florida            A    57    59
Jan. 22     Mississippi State  A    86    70
Jan. 26     South Carolina     H    79    67
Jan. 30     Auburn             A    91    74
Feb. 2      Alabama            H    82    67
Feb. 6      Massachusetts     N4    67    64
Feb. 9      Arkansas           H    82    90
Feb. 12     Syracuse           A    85    93
Feb. 15     LSU                A    99    95
Feb. 19     Vanderbilt         A    77    69
Feb. 23     Tennessee          A    77    73
Feb. 27     Georgia            H    80    59
Mar. 2      Florida            H    80    77
Mar. 5      South Carolina     A    74    75
SEC Tournament (Memphis, Tenn.)
Mar. 11     Mississippi State       95    76
Mar. 12     Arkansas                90    78
Mar. 13     Florida                 73    60
NCAA Southeast Regional First/Second Rounds
(St. Petersburg, Fla)
Mar. 18     Tennessee State         83    70
Mar. 20     Marquette               63    75
                                  2954  2537
(N1) Indianapolis, Ind.	(N4) East Rutherford, N.J.
(N2) Maui, Hi.
(N3) Louisville, Ky.
-Leading Scorers-
Tony Delk (6-1 So. G)	16.6
Rodrick Rhodes (6-7 So., F)	14.6
Travis Ford (5-9 Sr. G)	11.3
Jared Prickett (6-9 So. F)	8.2
Andre Riddick (6-9 Jr. C)	7.9
 

1994-95 - Won 28, Lost 5

SEC Champions (14-2)
SEC East Champions
SEC Tournament Champions
Ranked 2nd AP/5th CNN/USA Today
Coach: Rick Pitino
Captains: Tony Delk, Mark Pope, Rodrick Rhodes
Nov. 26     Tennessee-Martin   H   124    50
Nov. 30     Ohio               H    79    74
Dec. 3      UCLA              N1    81    82
Dec. 7      Indiana           N2    73    70
Dec. 10     Boston University  H    90    49
Dec. 17     Texas Tech        N3    83    68
Dec. 27     Marshall           H   116    75
Jan. 1      Louisville         A    86    88
Jan. 4      Auburn             H    98    64
Jan. 7      South Carolina     A    80    55
Jan. 10     Florida            A    83    67
Jan. 14     Georgia            H    83    71
Jan. 18     Mississippi       N4    82    65
Jan. 21     Vanderbilt         H    81    68
Jan. 25     Tennessee          H    69    50
Jan. 29     Arkansas           A    92    94
Feb. 1      South Carolina     H    90    72
Feb. 5      Syracuse           H    77    71
Feb. 8      Tennessee          A    68    48
Feb. 12     Notre Dame         A    97    58
Feb. 14     Mississippi State  H    71    76
Feb. 18     Florida            H    87    77
Feb. 21     Alabama            A    72    52
Feb. 25     Vanderbilt         A    71    60
Mar. 1      Georgia            A    97    74
Mar. 4      LSU                H   127    80
SEC Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)
Mar. 10     Auburn                  93    81
Mar. 11     Florida                 86    72
Mar. 12     Arkansas (finals)       95    *93
NCAA Southeast Regional First/Second Rounds
(Memphis, Tenn.)
Mar. 16     Mount St. Mary's       113    67
Mar. 18     Tulane                  82    60
NCAA Southeast Regional (Birmingham, Ala.)
Mar. 23     Arizona State           97    73
Mar. 25     North Carolina          61    74
                                  2884  2278
(N1) Anaheim, Calif.  	(N3) Cincinnati
(N2) Louisville	(N4) Memphis, Tenn.
-Leading Scorers-
Tony Delk (6-1 Jr. G)	16.7
Rodrick Rhodes (6-7 Jr. F)	12.9
Walter McCarty (6-9 Jr. F)	10.5
Jeff Sheppard (6-4 So. G	8.3
Mark Pope (6-10 Jr. C)	8.2
1995 Italy Tour
(Not counted in Won-Loss Record)
Aug. 14     Cagiva Varese	A	123	114
Aug. 16     Venice Reyer	A	113	78
Aug. 17     Russia Dinamo	N5	116	81
Aug. 18     Montecatini	A	115	123
Aug. 21     Siena	N6	115	86
(N5) Venice, Italy	(N6) Scauri, Italy

 

1995-96 - Won 34, Lost 2

National Champions (NCAA Tournament)
SEC Champions (16-0)#
SEC East Champions
ECAC Holiday Festival Champions
Ranked 1st CNN/USA Today, 2nd AP
Coach: Rick Pitino
Captains: Tony Delk, Walter McCarty, Mark Pope
Nov. 24     Maryland              N1    96    84
Nov. 28     Massachusetts         N2    82    92
Dec. 2      Indiana               N3    89    82
Dec. 6      Wisconsin-Green Bay    H    74    62
Dec. 9      Georgia Tech           H    83    60
Dec. 16     Morehead State         H    96    32
Dec. 19     Marshall              N4   118    99
Dec. 23     Louisville             H    89    66
ECAC Holiday Festival
Dec. 27     Rider                 N5    90    65
Dec. 29     Iona (finals)         N5   106    79
Jan. 3      South Carolina         A    89    60
Jan. 6      Ole Miss               H    90    60
Jan. 9      Mississippi State      A    74    56
Jan. 13     Tennessee              H    61    44
Jan. 16     LSU                    A   129    97
Jan. 20     Texas Christian        H   124    80
Jan. 24     Georgia                A    82    77
Jan. 27     South Carolina         H    89    57
Feb. 3      Florida                H    77    63
Feb. 7      Vanderbilt             A   120    81
Feb. 11     Arkansas               H    88    73
Feb. 14     Georgia                H    86    73
Feb. 17     Tennessee              A    90    50
Feb. 20     Alabama                H    84    65
Feb. 24     Florida                A    94    63
Feb. 27     Auburn                 A    88    73
Mar. 2      Vanderbilt             H   101    63
SEC Tournament (New Orleans, La.)
Mar. 8      Florida                    100    76
Mar. 9      Arkansas                    95    75
Mar. 10     Miss. State (finals)        73    84
NCAA Midwest Regional First/Second Rounds
(Dallas, Texas)
Mar. 14     San Jose State             110    72
Mar. 16     Virginia Tech               84    60
NCAA Midwest Regional (Minneapolis, Minn.)
Mar. 21     Utah                       101    70
Mar. 23     Wake Forest                 83    63
NCAA Final Four (East Rutherford, N.J.)
Mar. 30     Massachusetts               81    74
Apr. 1      Syracuse (finals)           76    67
                                      3292  2497
NCAA Champions For Sixth Time
(N1) Springfield, Mass.
(N2) Auburn Hills, Mich.
(N3) Indianapolis
(N4) Louisville
(N5) New York

# UK's 16-0 regular season SEC record was the first
perfect league slate since Alabama went 14-0 in 1956.
-Leading Scorers-
Tony Delk (6-1 Sr. G)	17.8
Antoine Walker (6-8 So. F)	15.2
Walter McCarty (6-10 Sr. F)	11.3
Derek Anderson (6-4 Jr. G-F)	9.4
Ron Mercer (6-7 Fr. F)	8.0
 

1996-97 - Won 35, Lost 5

NCAA Runner-up (NCAA Tournament)
SEC Tournament Champions
2nd SEC East (13-3)
Great Alaska Shootout Champions
Ranked 2nd CNN/USA Today, 5th AP
Coach: Rick Pitino
Captains: Derek Anderson, Anthony Epps, Jared Prickett
Nov. 15     Clemson           N1        71    *79
Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, Alaska)
Nov. 28     Syracuse                    87    53
Nov. 29     Alaska Anchorage           104    72
Nov. 30     Coll. of Charleston (fin.)  92    65
Dec. 3      Purdue            N2       101    87
Dec. 7      Indiana           N3        99    65
Dec. 9      Wright State       H        90    62
Dec. 14     Notre Dame         H        80    56
Dec. 21     Georgia Tech      N4        88    59
Dec. 23     UNC Asheville      H       105    51
Dec. 28     Ohio State        N5        81    65
Dec. 31     Louisville         A        74    54
Jan. 4      Tennessee          H        74    40
Jan. 7      Mississippi State  H        90    61
Jan. 9      Canisius           H        68    45
Jan. 11     Ole Miss           A        69    73
Jan. 14     Georgia            A        86    65
Jan. 18     Auburn             H        77    53
Jan. 22     Vanderbilt        N6        58    46
Jan. 26     Arkansas           A        83    73
Jan. 29     Florida            A        92    65
Feb. 1      Georgia            H        82    57
Feb. 4      South Carolina     A        79    *84
Feb. 6      Western Carolina   H        82    55
Feb. 9      Villanova          H        93    56
Feb. 12     LSU                H        84    48
Feb. 15     Florida            H        85    56
Feb. 19     Alabama            A        75    61
Feb. 22     Vanderbilt         A        82    79
Feb. 25     Tennessee          A        74    64
Mar. 2      South Carolina     H        66    72
SEC Tournament (Memphis, Tenn.)
Mar. 7      Auburn                      92    50
Mar. 8      Ole Miss                    88    70
Mar. 9      Georgia (finals)            95    68
NCAA West Regional First/Second Round
(Salt Lake City, Utah)
Mar. 13     Montana                     92    54
Mar. 15     Iowa                        75    69
NCAA West Regional (San Jose, Calif.)
Mar. 20     St. Joseph's                83    68
Mar. 22     Utah                        72    59
NCAA Final Four (Indianapolis, Ind.)
Mar. 29     Minnesota                   78    69
Mar. 31     Arizona (finals)            79    *84
                                      3325  2512
(N1) Indianapolis    (N4) Atlanta, Ga.
(N2) Chicago, Ill.   (N5) Cleveland, Ohio
(N3) Louisville      (N6) Cincinnati, Ohio
-Leading Scorers-
Ron Mercer (6-7 So. G-F)	18.1
Derek Anderson (6-5 Sr. G)	17.7
Scott Padgett (6-9 So. F)	9.6
Anthony Epps (6-2 Sr. G)	8.9
Allen Edwards (6-5 Jr. F)	8.6
 

Orlando "Tubby" Smith Era

1997-98 - Won 35, Lost 4

National Champions (NCAA Tournament)
SEC Champions (14-2)
SEC East Champions
SEC Tournament Champions
Ranked 5th AP, 1st USA Today/ESPN
Coach: Tubby Smith
Captains: Allen Edwards, Cameron Mills, Jeff Sheppard
Nov. 20     Morehead State         H    88    49
Maui Invitational
Nov. 24     George Washington     N1    70    55
Nov. 25     Arizona               N1    74    89
Nov. 26     Missouri (3rd Place)  N1    77    55
Nov. 29     Clemson               N2    76    61
Dec. 3      Purdue                N3    89    75
Dec. 6      Indiana               N4    75    72
Dec. 10     Canisius               A    81    54
Dec. 13     Georgia Tech           H    85    71
Dec. 20     Tulsa                  H    74    53
Dec. 23     American               H    75    52
Dec. 27     Louisville             H    76    79
Dec. 30     Ohio                   A    95    58
Jan. 3      Vanderbilt             H    71    62
Jan. 6      Georgia                A    90    79
Jan. 10     Mississippi State      A    77    71
Jan. 13     South Carolina         H    91    70
Jan. 17     Arkansas               H    80    *77
Jan. 21     Alabama               N5    70    67
Jan. 24     Tennessee              A    85    67
Jan. 27     Vanderbilt             A    63    61
Feb. 1      Florida                H    78    86
Feb. 4      LSU                    A    63    61
Feb. 8      Villanova              A    79    63
Feb. 11     Tennessee              H    80    74
Feb. 14     Ole Miss               H    64    73
Feb. 18     Florida                A    79    54
Feb. 22     Georgia                H    85    74
Feb. 25     Auburn                 A    83    58
Feb. 28     South Carolina         A    69    57
SEC Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)
Mar. 6      Alabama                     82    71
Mar. 7      Arkansas                    99    74
Mar. 8      South Carolina (finals)     86    56
NCAA South Regional First/Second Rounds
(Atlanta, Ga.)
Mar. 13     South Carolina State        82    67
Mar. 15     Saint Louis                 88    61
NCAA South Regional (St. Petersburg, Fla.)
Mar. 20     UCLA                        94    68
Mar. 22     Duke                        86    84
NCAA Final Four (San Antonio, Texas)
Mar. 28     Stanford                    86    *85
Mar. 30     Utah (finals)               78    69
                                      3123  2612
NCAA CHAMPIONS
FOR SEVENTH TIME
(N1)  Maui, Hi.	(N4)  	Indianapolis
(N2)  Phoenix, Ariz.	(N5)	  Louisville
(N3)  Chicago, Ill.
-Leading Scorers-
Jeff Sheppard (6-3 Sr. G)	13.7
Nazr Mohammed (6-10 Jr. C)	12.0
Scott Padgett (6-9 Jr. F)	11.5
Wayne Turner (6-2 Jr. G)	9.3
Allen Edwards (6-5 Sr. F)	9.2
 

1998-99 - Won 28, Lost 9

SEC Tournament Champions
2nd SEC East (11-5)
Ranked 8th AP, t5th USA Today/ESPN
Coach: Tubby Smith
Captains: Heshimu Evans, Scott Padgett, Wayne Turner
Nov. 17     Eastern Kentucky   H    99    64
Nov. 19     Mercer             H    82    51
Nov. 23     Wright State      N1    97    75
Puerto Rico Shootout
Nov. 26     Colorado          N2    64    52
Nov. 27     Pittsburgh        N2    56    69
Nov. 28     UCLA (3rd Place)  N2    66    62
Dec. 1      Kansas            N3    63    45
Dec. 5      Miami (Fla.)       H    74    65
Dec. 8      Indiana           N4    70    *61
Dec. 12     Maryland           H   103    91
Dec. 19     Georgia Tech      N5    80    39
Dec. 22     Duke              N6    60    71
Dec. 26     Louisville         A    74    83
Dec. 29     Tennessee State    H    97    47
Jan. 2      Florida            H    93    58
Jan. 5      South Carolina     A    68    61
Jan. 9      Vanderbilt         A    73    57
Jan. 12     Tennessee          H    46    47
Jan. 16     Ole Miss           A    63    57
Jan. 20     Auburn             H    72    62
Jan. 23     Mississippi State  H    76    49
Jan. 26     Georgia            A    91    *83
Jan. 30     LSU                H    86    62
Feb. 4      Florida            A    68    75
Feb. 6      Alabama            A    58    62
Feb. 13     South Carolina     H    74    40
Feb. 17     Georgia            H    92    71
Feb. 20     Arkansas           A    70    74
Feb. 24     Vanderbilt         H    88    63
Feb. 28     Tennessee          A    61    68
SEC Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)
Mar. 5      Ole Miss                83    73
Mar. 6      Auburn                  69    57
Mar. 7      Arkansas (finals)       76    63
NCAA  Midwest Regional First/Second Rounds
(New Orleans, La.)
Mar. 12	New Mexico State            82    60
Mar. 14	Kansas                      92    *88
NCAA  Midwest Regional (St. Louis, Mo.)
Mar. 19	Miami (Ohio)                58    43
Mar. 21	Michigan State              66    73
                                  2790  2320
(N1) Cincinnati, Ohio	(N2) Bayamone, Puerto Rico Rico
(N3) Chicago, Ill.      (N4) Louisville, Ky.
(N5) Atlanta, Ga.       (N6) East Rutherford, N.J.
-Leading Scorers-
Scott Padgett (6-9 Sr. F)    12.6
Heshimu Evans (6-6 Sr. F)    11.8
Wayne Turner (6-2 Sr. G)     10.5
Michael Bradley (6-10 So. C)  9.8
Jamaal Magloire (6-10 Jr. C)  7.0
 

1999-2000 - Won 23, Lost 10

Co-SEC Champions (12-4)
So-SEC East Champions
Preseason NIT Runner-Up
Ranked 19th AP, 20th USA Today/ESPN
Coach: Tubby Smith
Captains:
Preseason NIT
Nov. 17     Pennsylvania      H    67    50
Nov. 19     Utah              H    56    48
Nov. 24     Maryland         N1    61    58
Nov. 26     Arizona (finals) N1    51    63
Nov. 29     Dayton           N2    66    68
Dec. 4      Indiana          N3    75    83
Dec. 7      UNC Asheville     H    86    41
Dec. 11     Maryland          A    66    72
Dec. 18     Louisville        H    76    46
Dec. 23     Michigan State    H    60    58
Dec. 27     Alaska-Anchorage  H    62    42
Dec. 30     Missouri         N4    70    53
Jan. 5      Georgia Tech     N5    80    71
Jan. 8      Vanderbilt        H    72    52
Jan. 11     Auburn            A    63    66
Jan. 15     South Carolina    A    64    48
Jan. 19     Ole Miss          H    74    69
Jan. 22     Vanderbilt        A    81    *73
Jan. 26     Georgia           A    75    69
Jan. 29     Miami (Fla.)      A    60    57
Feb. 1      Tennessee         H    81    68
Feb. 5      South Carolina    H    76    63
Feb. 8      Florida           A    73    90
Feb. 13     LSU               A    57    70
Feb. 16     Alabama           H    66    54
Feb. 19     Georgia           H    70    64
Feb. 23     Tennessee         A    67    74
Feb. 26     Arkansas          H    60    55
Feb. 29     Mississippi State A    73    61
Mar. 4      Florida           H    85    70
SEC Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)
Mar. 10     Arkansas               72    86
NCAA Midwest Regional First/Second Rounds
(Cleveland, Ohio)
Mar. 16     St. Bonaventure        85    **80
Mar. 18     Syracuse               50    52
                                 2280  2074
(N1) New York           (N2) Cincinnati
(N3) Indianapolis       (N4) New Orleans
(N5) Louisville
-Leading Scorers-
Tayshaun Prince (6-9 So. F)   13.3
Jamaal Magloire (6-10 Sr. C)  13.2
Keith Bogans (6-5 Fr. G)      12.5
Desmond Allison (6-5 So. F)    7.8
Jules Camara (6-11 So. F)      7.2
 

2000-01 - Won 24, Lost 10

Co-SEC Champions (12-4)
CO-SEC East Champions
SEC Tournament Champions
Ranked 9th AP, 8th ESPN/USA Today
Coach: Tubby Smith
Captains:
Coaches vs. Cancer Classic
Nov. 9      St. John's          N1    61    62
Nov. 10     UCLA                N1    92    *97
Nov. 21     Jacksonville State  N2    91    48
Nov. 25     Penn State           H    68    73
Dec. 2      North Carolina       A    93    76
Dec. 5      Eastern Kentucky     H    94    79
Dec. 9      Georgia Tech        N3    84    86
Dec. 16     Michigan State       A    45    46
Dec. 22     Indiana             N4    88    74
Dec. 27     High Point           H   102    49
Jan. 2      Louisville           A    64    62
Jan. 6      Georgia              H    67    63
Jan. 10     South Carolina       H    69    63
Jan. 13     Notre Dame           H    82    71
Jan. 16     Tennessee            H    84    74
Jan. 20     Ole Miss             A    55    65
Jan. 23     Alabama              A    60    70
Jan. 27     Vanderbilt           H    86    75
Jan. 31     Georgia              A    85    70
Feb. 3      South Carolina       A    94    61
Feb. 6      Florida              H    71    70
Feb. 10     Mississippi State    H    76    57
Feb. 14     Tennessee            A   103    95
Feb. 17     Vanderbilt           A    79    74
Feb. 21     Louisiana State      H    84    61
Feb. 25     Arkansas             A    78    82
Feb. 28     Auburn               H    90    78
Mar. 4      Florida              A    86    94
SEC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)
Mar. 9      South Carolina            78    65
Mar. 10     Arkansas                  87    78
Mar. 11     Ole Miss                  77    55
NCAA East Regional First/Second Rounds
(Uniondale, NY)
Mar. 15     Holy Cross                72    68
Mar. 17     Iowa                      92    77
NCAA East Regional (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Mar. 22     Southern California       76    80
                                    2713  2400
(N1) New York          (N2) Cincinnati
(N3) Atlanta           (N4) Louisville
-Leading Scorers-
Keith Bogans (6-5 So. G)     17.0
Tayshaun Prince (6-9 Jr. F)  16.9
Jason Parker (6-8 Fr. C)      8.6
Marquis Estill (6-9 So. F)    7.3
Saul Smith (6-2 Sr. G)        6.8
 

2001-02 - Won 22, Lost 10

Co-SEC East Champions (10-6)
Ranked 16th AP, 13th ESPN/USA Today
Coach: Tubby Smith
NABC Classic
Nov. 15     Western Kentucky     H    52    64
Nov. 16     Marshall             H    90    73
Nov. 24     Morehead State       H    94    75
Nov. 28     Kent State           N1   82    68
Dec. 5      VMI                  H    99    57
Dec. 8      North Carolina       H    79    59
Dec. 15     Kentucky State       H   118    63
Dec. 18     Duke                 N2   92    *95
Dec. 22     Indiana              N3   66    52
Dec. 29     Louisville           H    82    62
Jan. 2      Tulane               N4  101    67
Jan. 5      Mississippi State    A    69    *74
Jan. 9      Georgia              H    84    88
Jan. 12     South Carolina       A    51    50
Jan. 15     Mississippi          H    87    64
Jan. 19     Notre Dame           A    72    65
Jan. 22     Auburn               A    69    62
Jan. 26     Alabama              H    61    64
Jan. 29     Florida              A    70    68
Feb. 2      South Carolina       H    91    74
Feb. 6      Tennessee            A    74    *76
Feb. 9      LSU                  A    68    56
Feb. 13     Vanderbilt           H    67    59
Feb. 16     Georgia              A    69    78
Feb. 19     Tennessee            H    64    61
Feb. 23     Arkansas             H    71    58
Feb. 27     Vanderbilt           A    73    86
Mar. 2      Florida              H    70    67
SEC Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)
Mar. 8      South Carolina            57    70
NCAA East Regional First/Second Rounds (St. Louis, Mo.)
Mar. 14     Valparaiso                83    68
Mar. 16     Tulsa                     87    82
NCAA East Regional (Syracuse, N.Y.)
Mar. 22     Maryland                  68    78
                                    2460  2183

(N1) Cincinnati         (N2) East Rutherford
(N3) Indianapolis       (N4) Louisville

-Leading Scorers-
Tayshaun Prince (6-9 Sr. F)  17.5
Keith Bogans (6-5 Jr. G)     13.6
Marquis Estill (6-9 Jr. F)    8.9
Gerald Fitch (6-3 So. G)      8.9
 

2002-03 - Won 32, Lost 4

SEC Eastern Division Champions (16-0)
SEC Champions
SEC Tournament Champions
Ranked 1st AP, 4th ESPN/USA Today
Coach: Tubby Smith
Maui Invitational (Maui, Hawaii)
Nov. 25     Arizona State             82    65
Nov. 26     Virginia                  61    75
Nov. 27     Gonzaga                   80    72
Dec. 3      High Point           H    84    64
Dec. 7      North Carolina       A    98    81
Dec. 10     Tulane               N1   76    60
Dec. 14     Michigan State       H    67    71
Dec. 21     Indiana              N2   70    64
Dec. 28     Louisville           A    63    81
Dec. 30     Tennessee State      H    115   87
Jan. 2      Alcorn State         H    94    63
Jan. 4      Ohio                 N3   83    75
Jan. 8      Tennessee            A    74    71
Jan. 11     South Carolina       H    62    55
Jan. 14     Vanderbilt           A    74    52
Jan. 18     Notre Dame           H    88    73
Jan. 22     Auburn               H    67    51
Jan. 25     Alabama              A    63    46
Feb. 1      South Carolina       A    87    69
Feb. 4      Florida              H    70    55
Feb. 8      Ole Miss             A    80    62
Feb. 11     Georgia              H    87    67
Feb. 15     LSU                  H    68    57
Feb. 19     Arkansas             A    66    50
Feb. 23     Mississippi State    H    70    62
Feb. 26     Tennessee            H    80    68
Mar. 2      Georgia              A    74    66
Mar. 5      Vanderbilt           H    106   44
Mar. 8      Florida              A    69    67
SEC Tournament (New Orleans, La.)
Mar. 14     Vanderbilt                81    63
Mar. 15     Auburn                    78    58
Mar. 16     Mississippi State         64    57
NCAA Tournament First & Second Rounds (Nashville, Tenn.)
Mar. 21     IUPUI                     95    64
Mar. 23     Utah                      74    54
NCAA Regional (Minneapolis, Minn.)
Mar. 27     Wisconsin                 63    57
Mar. 29     Marquette                 69    83
                                    2782  2309
																		
(N1) New Orleans          (N2) Louisville
(N3) Cincinnati

-Leading Scorers-
Keith Bogans (6-5 Sr. G)     15.7
Gerald Fitch (6-3 Jr. G)     12.3
Marquis Estill (6-9 Sr. F)   11.6
Erik Daniels (6-8 Jr. F)      9.5
 

2003-04 - Won 27, Lost 5

SEC East Champions (13-3)
SEC Tournament Champions
Ranked 2nd AP, 8th USA Today/ESPN
Coach: Tubby Smith
Nov. 21     Winthrop             H     65   44
Nov. 28     Tennessee Tech       H    108   81
Dec. 1      Marshall            N1     89   76
Dec. 6      UCLA                N2     52   50
Dec. 13     Michigan State      N3     79   74
Dec. 20     Indiana             N4     80   41
Dec. 23     Eastern Kentucky     H    101   72
Dec. 27     Louisville           H     56   65
Dec. 31     Austin Peay         N5     61   53
Jan. 3      North Carolina       H     61   56
Jan. 10     Vanderbilt           H     75   63
Jan. 13     Mississippi State    A     67   66
Jan. 17     Georgia              H     57   65
Jan. 20     Tennessee            A     69   *68
Jan. 25     Notre Dame           A     71   63
Jan. 28     Ole Miss             H     71   61
Jan. 31     Vanderbilt           A     60   66
Feb. 3      Florida              A     68   65
Feb. 7      South Carolina       H     65   64
Feb. 10     Alabama              H     66   55
Feb. 14     Georgia              A     68   74
Feb. 18     Arkansas             H     73   56
Feb. 21     Auburn               A     68   59
Feb. 25     Tennessee            H     92   60
Feb. 29     LSU                  A     70   64
Mar. 3      South Carolina       A     84   65
Mar. 7      Florida              H     82   62
SEC Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)
Mar. 12     Georgia                    69   60
Mar. 13     South Carolina             78   63
Mar. 14     Florida                    89   73
NCAA Tournament First & Second Rounds (Columbus, Ohio)
Mar. 19     Florida A&M                96   76
Mar. 21     UAB                        75   76
                                     2365 2036

(N1) Cincinnati            (N2) Anaheim, Calif.
(N3) Detroit               (N4) Indianapolis
(N5) Louisville

—Leading Scorers—
Gerald Fitch (6-3 Sr. G)        16.2
Erik Daniels (6-8 Sr. F)        14.5
Kelenna Azubuike (6-5 So., G)   11.1
Chuck Hayes (6-6 Jr. F)         10.7
Cliff Hawkins (6-1 Sr., G)      10.3

 

2004-05 - Won 28, Lost 6

SEC Champions (14-2)
SEC East Champions
Ranked 7th AP, 5th USA Today/ESPN
Coach: Tubby Smith
Captains: Josh Carrier and Chuck Hayes
N.20        Coppin State         H     77   46
N.23        Ball State          N1     73   53
N.26        Georgia State        H     77   59
N.30        Tennessee Tech       H     92   63
D.4         North Carolina       A     78   91
D.8         Morehead State       H     71   40
D.11        Indiana             N2     73   58
D.18        Louisville           A     60   58
D.22        William & Mary       H     92   47
D.29        Campbell             H     82   50
J.5         South Carolina       H     79   75
J.9         Kansas               H     59   65
J.12        Vanderbilt           H     69   54
J.15        Georgia              A     76   55
J.19        Ole Miss             A     53   50
J.22        LSU                  H     89   58
J.25        Tennessee            A     84   62
J.29        Arkansas             A     68   67
F.5         Vanderbilt           A     84   70
F.8         Florida              H     69   66
F.12        Georgia              H     60   51
F.15        South Carolina       A     61   73
F.19        Mississippi State    H     94   78
F.23        Auburn               H     81   73
F.26        Alabama              A     78   71
M.2         Tennessee            H     73   61
M.6         Florida              A     52   53
SEC Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)
M.11        Tennessee                  86   62
M.12        LSU                        79   *78
M.13        Florida                    53   70
NCAA First/Second Rounds (Indianapolis, Ind.)
M.17        Eastern Kentucky           72   64
M.19        Cincinnati                 69   60
NCAA Austin Regional (Austin, Texas)
M.25        Utah                       62   52
M.27        Michigan State             88   **94
                                     2503 2127
(N1) Cincinnati            (N2) Louisville

—Leading Scorers—
Kelenna Azubuike (6-5 Jr. F)    14.7
Patrick Sparks (6-0 Jr. G)      11.0
Chuck Hayes (6-6 Sr. F)         10.9
Randolph Morris (6-10 Fr. C)     8.8
Rajon Rondo (6-1 Fr G)           8.1 

2005-06 - Won 22, Lost 13

Coach: Tubby Smith
Captains: Preston LeMaster, Ravi Moss, Patrick Sparks and Brandon Stockton
N.13         SOUTH DAKOTA ST      H     71   54
N.14         LIPSCOMB             H     67   49
N.21         Iowa                N1     63   67
N.22         West Virginia       N1     80   66
N.25         LIBERTY              H     81   51
N.29         HIGH POINT           H     75   55
D.3          NORTH CAROLINA       H     79   83
D.6          Georgia State       N2     73   46
D.10         Indiana             N3     53   79
D.17         LOUISVILLE           H     73   61
D.23         Iona                N4     73   67
D.30         Ohio                N5     71   63
J.3          UCF                  H     59   57
J.7          Kansas               A     46   73
J.10         VANDERBILT           H     51   57
J.14         ALABAMA              H     64   68
J.17         Georgia              A     69   55
J.21         SOUTH CAROLINA       H     80   78
J.24         Auburn               A     71   62
J.29         ARKANSAS             H     78   76
F.1          Mississippi State    A     81   66
F.4          Florida              A     80   95
F.7          TENNESSEE            H     67   75
F.11         Vanderbilt           A     81   84
F.15         GEORGIA              H     68   61
F.18         South Carolina       A     79   66
F.22         OLE MISS             H     80   40
F.25         LSU                  A     67   71
M.1          Tennessee            A     80   78
M.5          FLORIDA              H     64   79
SEC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)
M.9          Ole Miss                   71   57
M.10         Alabama                    68   61
M.11         South Carolina             61   65
NCAA First/Second Rounds (Philadelphia, Pa.)
M.17         UAB                        69   64
M.19         Connecticut                83   87
                                      2477 2314
(N1) Kansas City, Mo.          (N2) Atlanta, Ga.
(N3) Indianapolis, Ind.        (N4) Louisville, Ky.
(N5) Cincinnati, Ohio

—Leading Scorers—
Randolph Morris (6-10 So. C)    13.3
Rajon Rondo (6-1 So. G)         11.2
Joe Crawford (6-4 So. G)        10.2
Patrick Sparks (6-0 Sr. G)       9.7
Ramel Bradley (6-1 So. G)        7.9
 

2006-07 - Won 22, Lost 12

Coach: Tubby Smith
Captains: Lukasz Obrzut, Bobby Perry, Sheray Thomas

N.15 MIAMI (OHIO) 22/NR 57-46 W
N.17 MISS. VALLEY STATE 22/NR 79-56 W
N.20 DePaul (1) 20/NR 87-81 W
N.21 UCLA (1) 20/5 68-73 L
N.22 Memphis (1) 20/11 63-80 L
N.28 COL. of CHARLESTON NR/NR 77-61 W
D.2 at North Carolina NR/7 63-75 L
D.5 Chattanooga (2) NR/NR 79-63 W
D.9 INDIANA NR/NR 59-54 W
D.16 at Louisville NR/NR 61-49 W
D.19 SANTA?CLARA NR/NR 74-60 W
D.22 MASSACHUSETTS NR/NR 82-68 W
D.29 EASTERN KENTUCKY NR/NR 78-65 W
J.3 HOUSTON NR/NR 77-70 W
J.6 at Ole Miss NR/NR 68-58 W
J.10 AUBURN NR/NR 84-57 W
J.13 MISSISSIPPI STATE NR/NR 64-60 W
J.16 at South Carolina 25/NR 87-49 W
J.20 VANDERBILT 25/NR 67-72 L
J.24 at Georgia NR/NR 69-78* L
J.28 TENNESSEE NR/NR 76-57 W
F.3 at Arkansas NR/NR 82-74 W
F.7 SOUTH?CAROLINA 20/NR 95-89 W
F.10 FLORIDA 20/1 61-64 L
F.13 at Tennessee 20/NR 85-89 L
F.17 at Alabama 20/25 61-72 L
F.20 LSU NR/NR 70-63 W
F.25 at Vanderbilt NR/17 65-67 L
F.28 GEORGIA NR/NR 82-70 W
M.4 at Florida NR/5 72-85 L
SEC Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)
M.8 Alabama (3) NR/NR 79-67 W
M.9 Mississippi State (3) NR/NR 82-84* L
NCAA First/Second Rounds (Chicago, Ill.)
M.16 Villanova (4) NR/NR 67-58 W
M.18 Kansas (4) NR/2 76-88 L
2496-2302

1 EA Sports Maui Invitational (Lahaina, Hawaii)
2 Freedom Hall (Louisville, Ky.)
3 Georgia Dome (Atlanta, Ga.)
4 United Center (Chicago, Ill.)

—Leading Scorers—
Randolph Morris (6-11 Jr. C) 16.1
Joe Crawford (6-5 Jr. G) 14.0
Ramel Bradley (6-2 Jr. G) 13.4
Jodie Meeks (6-5 Fr. G) 8.7
Bobby Perry (6-8 Sr. F) 8.4

Billy Gillispie Era

2007-08 - Won 18, Lost 13

Coach: Billy Gillispie

N.6 CENTRAL ARKANSAS (1) 20/NR 67-40 W
N.7 GARDNER-WEBB (1) 20/NR 68-84 L
N.21 LIBERTY NR/NR 80-54 W
N.24 TEXAS SOUTHERN NR/NR 83-35 W
N.27 STONY BROOK NR/NR 62-52 W
D.1 NORTH CAROLINA NR/1 77-86 L
D.8 at Indiana NR/15 51-70 L
D.15 vs. UAB (2) NR/NR 76-79 L
D.18 at Houston NR/NR 69-83 L
D.22 TENNESSEE TECH NR/NR 69-47 W
D.29 SAN DIEGO NR/NR 72-81 L
D.31 FLORIDA INT NR/NR 92-49 W
J.5 LOUISVILLE NR/NR 75-89 L
J.12 VANDERBILT NR/13 79-73* W
J.15 at Mississippi State NR/NR 69-64 L
J.19 at Florida NR/NR 70-81* L
J.22 TENNESSEE NR/8 72-66 W
J.26 SOUTH?CAROLINA NR/NR 78-70 W
F.2 at Georgia NR/NR 63-58 W
F.6 at Auburn NR/NR 66-63 W
F.9 ALABAMA NR/NR 62-52 W
F.12 at Vanderbilt NR/24 52-93 L
F.16 at LSU NR/NR 67-63 W
F.19 GEORGIA NR/NR 61-55 W
F.23 ARKANSAS NR/NR 63-58 W
F.27 OLE MISS NR/NR 58-54 W
M.2 at Tennessee NR/2 60-63 L
M.5 at South Carolina NR/NR 71-63 W
M.9 FLORIDA NR/NR 75-70 W
M.15 vs. Georgia (3) NR/NR 56-60* L
M.20 vs. Marquette (4) NR/25 66-74 L

1 2k Sports College Hoops Classic (Rupp Arena)
2 Freedom Hall (Louisville, KY)
3 Alexander Memorial Coliseum- Ga. Tech (Atlanta, Ga.)
4 Honda Center (Anaheim, Calif.)

—Leading Scorers—
Joe Crawford (6-5, Sr.) 17.9
Patrick Patterson (6-8, Fr.) 16.4
Ramel Bradley (6-2, Sr.) 15.9
Jodie Meeks (6-4, So.) 8.8
Perry Stevenson (6-9, So.) 5.9

2008-09 - Won 22, Lost 14

Coach: Billy Gillispie

N. 14 VMI L, 103-111
N. 18 at 1/1 North Carolina L, 58-77
N. 22 1DELAWARE STATE W,71-42
N. 24 1LONGWOOD W,91-57
N. 28 2vs. Kansas State W,74-72
N. 29 2vs. West Virginia W,54-43
D. 3 LAMAR W,103-61
D. 6 21/22 MIAMI (FL) L, 67-73
D. 7 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE W,88-65
D. 13 INDIANA W,72-54
D. 20 3vs. Appalachian State W,93-69
D. 22 TENNESSEE STATE W,102-58
D. 27 FLORIDA ATLANTIC W,76-69
D. 29 CENTRAL MICHIGAN W,84-52
J. 4 at 18/18 Louisville L, 71-74
J. 10 * VANDERBILT W,70-60
J. 13 * at 24/-- Tennessee W,90-72
J. 18 * at Georgia W,68-45
J. 21 * AUBURN W,73-64
J. 24 * at Alabama W,61-51
J. 27 * at Ole Miss L, 80-85
J. 31 * SOUTH CAROLINA L, 77-78
F. 3 * MISSISSIPPI STATE L, 57-66
F. 10 * FLORIDA W,68-65
F. 14 * at Arkansas W,79-63
F. 17 * at Vanderbilt L, 64-77
F. 21 * TENNESSEE W,77-58
F. 25 * at South Carolina L, 59-77
F. 28 * 18/18 LSU L, 70-73
M. 4 * GEORGIA L, 85-90
M. 7 * at Florida L, 53-60
M.12 4Ole Miss W,71-58
M.13 420/16 LSU L, 58-67
M. 17 5UNLV W,70-60
M. 23 6at Creighton W, 65-63
M. 25 7at Notre Dame L, 67-77

1 Las Vegas Invitational (Rupp Arena)
2 Las Vegas Invitational (Orleans Arena, Las Vegas, Nev.)
3 Freedom Hall (Louisville)
4 SEC Tournament - (St. Pete Times Forum, Tampa, Fla.)
5 NIT - (Memorial Coliseum, Lexington)
6 NIT - (Qwest Center, Omaha, Neb.)
7 NIT - (Joyce Center, South Bend, Ind.)

—Leading Scorers—
Jodie Meeks (6-4 Jr.) 23.7
Patrick Patterson (6-9 So.) 17.9
Perry Stevenson (6-9 Jr.) 7.8
Ramon Harris (6-7 Jr.) 5.5
Darius Miller (6-7 Fr.) 5.3

John Calipari Era

2009-10 - Won 35, Lost 3

Coach: John Calipari

11/13/09vs. Morehead State Lexington, Ky.W, 75-59
11/16/09vs. Miami University Lexington, Ky.W, 72-70
11/19/09 vs. Sam Houston State 1 Lexington, Ky.W, 102-92
11/21/09vs. Rider 1Lexington, Ky.W, 92-63
11/24/09 vs. Cleveland State 2Cancun, MexicoW, 73-49
11/25/09 vs. Stanford 2Cancun, MexicoW, 73-65 (ot)
11/30/09vs. UNC Asheville Louisville, Ky.W, 94-57
12/05/09vs. North Carolina Lexington, Ky.W, 68-66
12/09/09 vs. Connecticut 3New York, N.Y.W, 64-61
12/12/09at Indiana Bloomington, Ind.W, 90-73
12/19/09vs. Austin Peay Lexington, Ky.W, 90-69
12/21/09vs. Drexel Lexington, Ky.W, 88-44
12/23/09vs. Long Beach State Lexington, Ky.W, 86-73
12/29/09vs. Hartford Lexington, Ky.W, 104-61
01/02/10vs. Louisville Lexington, Ky.W, 71-62
01/09/10vs. GeorgiaLexington, Ky.W, 76-68
01/12/10at FloridaGainesville, Fla.W, 89-77
01/16/10at AuburnAuburn, Ala.W, 72-67
01/23/10vs. ArkansasLexington, Ky.W, 101-70
01/26/10at South CarolinaColumbia, S.C.L, 68-62
01/30/10vs. VanderbiltLexington, Ky.W, 85-72
02/02/10vs. Ole MissLexington, Ky.W, 85-75
02/06/10at LSUBaton Rouge, La.W, 81-55
02/09/10vs. AlabamaLexington, Ky.W, 66-55
02/13/10vs. TennesseeLexington, Ky.W, 73-62
02/16/10at Mississippi StateStarkville, Miss.W, 81-75 (ot)
02/20/10at VanderbiltNashville, Tenn.W, 58-56
02/25/10vs. South CarolinaLexington, Ky.W, 82-61
02/27/10at TennesseeKnoxville, Tenn.L, 74-65
03/03/10at GeorgiaAthens, Ga.W, 80-68
03/07/10vs. FloridaLexington, Ky.W, 74-66
03/12/10vs. Alabama 4Nashville, Tenn.W, 73-67
03/13/10vs. Tennessee 4Nashville, Tenn.W, 74-45
03/14/10vs. Mississippi State 4Nashville, Tenn.W, 75-74 (ot)
03/18/10 vs. ETSU 5New Orleans, La.W, 100-71
03/20/10vs. Wake Forest 5New Orleans, La.W, 90-60
03/25/10 vs. Cornell 6Syracuse, N.Y.W, 62-45
03/27/10 vs. West Virginia 6Syracuse, N.Y.L, 73-66

1 Cancun Challenge (Rupp Arena)
1 Cancun Challenge (Cancun, Mexico)
3 SEC/Big East Invitational (New York, N.Y.)
4
SEC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)
5 NCAA Tournament (New Orleans, La.)
6 NCAA Tournament (Syracuse, N.Y.)

2010-11 - Won 29, Lost 9

Coach: John Calipari

11/12/10 vs. ETSULexington, Ky. W, 88-65
11/19/10 at PortlandPortland, Ore. W, 79-48
11/22/10 vs. Oklahoma1 Maui, Hawaii W, 76-64
11/23/10 vs. Washington1Maui, Hawaii W, 74-67
11/24/10 vs. Connecticut1Maui, Hawaii L, 84-67
11/30/10 vs. Boston UniversityLexington, Ky. W, 91-57
12/04/10 at North CarolinaChapel Hill, N.C. L, 75-73
12/08/10 vs. Notre Dame2Louisville, Ky. W, 72-58
12/11/10 vs. IndianaLexington, Ky. W, 81-62
12/18/10 vs. Mississippi Valley StateLexington, Ky. W, 85-60
12/22/10 vs. WinthropLexington, Ky. W, 89-52
12/28/10 vs. Coppin StateLexington, Ky. W, 91-61
12/31/10 at LouisvilleLouisville, Ky. W, 78-63
01/03/11 vs. PennLexington, Ky. W, 86-62
01/08/11 at GeorgiaAthens, Ga. L, 77-70
01/11/11 vs. AuburnLexington, Ky. W, 78-54
01/15/11 vs. LSULexington, Ky. W, 82-44
01/18/11 at AlabamaTuscaloosa, Ala. L, 68-66
01/22/11 at South CarolinaColumbia, S.C. W, 67-58
01/29/11 vs. GeorgiaLexington, Ky. W, 66-60
02/01/11 at Ole MissOxford, Miss. L, 71-69
02/05/11 at FloridaGainesville, Fla. L, 70-68
02/08/11 vs. TennesseeLexington, Ky. W, 73-61
02/12/11 at VanderbiltNashville, Tenn. L, 81-77
02/15/11 vs. Mississippi StateLexington, Ky. W, 85-79
02/19/11 vs. South CarolinaLexington, Ky. W, 90-59
02/23/11 at ArkansasFayetteville, Ark. L, 77-76 (ot)
02/26/11 vs. FloridaLexington, Ky. W, 76-68
03/01/11 vs. VanderbiltLexington, Ky. W, 68-66
03/06/11 at TennesseeKnoxville, Tenn. W, 64-58
03/11/11 vs. Ole Miss3Atlanta, Ga. W, 75-66
03/12/11 vs. Alabama3Atlanta, Ga. W, 72-58
03/13/11 vs. Florida3Atlanta, Ga. W, 70-54
03/17/11 vs. Princeton4Tampa, Fla. W, 59-57
03/19/11 vs. West Virginia4Tampa, Fla. W, 71-63
03/25/11 vs. Ohio State4Newark, N.J. W, 62-60
03/27/11 vs. North Carolina4Newark, N.J. W, 76-69
04/02/11 vs. Connecticut4Houston, Texas L, 56-55

1 EA Sports Maui Invitational
2 SEC/Big East Invitational
3 SEC Tournament
4
NCAA Tournament

2011-12 - Won 38, Lost 2

Coach: John Calipari

11/11/11 vs. ETSULexington, Ky. W, 108-58
11/15/11 vs. Kansas1 New York, N.Y. W, 75-65
11/19/11 vs. Penn State2 Uncasville, Conn. W, 85-47
11/20/11 vs. Old Dominion2 Uncasville, Conn. W, 62-52
11/23/11 vs. Radford Lexington, Ky. W, 88-40
11/26/11 vs. PortlandLexington, Ky. W,87-63
12/1/11 vs. St. John'sLexington, Ky. W, 81-59
12/3/11 vs. North CarolinaLexington, Ky. W, 73-72
12/10/11 at Indiana Bloomington, Ind. L, 73-72
12/17/11 vs. ChattanoogaLexington, Ky. W, 87-62
12/20/11 vs. SamfordLexington, Ky. W, 82-50
12/28/11 vs. LoyolaLexington, Ky. W, 87-63
12/31/11 vs. LouisvilleLexington, Ky. W, 69-62
01/03/12 Arkansas Little Rock3 Louisville, Ky. W, 73-51
01/07/12 vs. South CarolinaLexington, Ky. W, 79-64
01/11/12 at Auburn Auburn, Ala. W, 68-53
01/14/12 at Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. W, 65-62
01/17/12 vs. ArkansasLexington, Ky. W, 86-63
01/21/12 vs. AlabamaLexington, Ky. W, 77-71
01/28/12 at LSU Baton Rouge, La. W, 74-50
01/31/12 TennesseeLexington, Ky. W, 69-44
02/04/12 at South Carolina Columbia, S.C. W, 86-52
02/07/12 vs. FloridaLexington, Ky. W, 78-58
02/11/12 at VanderbiltNashville, Tenn. W, 69-63
02/18/12 vs. Ole MissLexington, Ky. W, 77-62
02/21/12 at Mississippi State Starkville, Miss. W, 73-64
02/25/11 vs. VanderbiltLexington, Ky. W, 83-74
03/01/12 vs. GeorgiaLexington, Ky. W, 79-49
03/04/12 at Florida Gainesville, Fla. W, 74-59
03/09/12 vs. LSU4 New Orleans, La. W, 60-51
03/10/12 vs. Florida4 New Orleans, La. W, 74-59
03/11/12 vs. Vanderbilt4 New Orleans, La. L, 71-64
03/15/12 vs. Western Kentucky5 Louisville, Ky. W, 81-66
03/17/12 vs. Iowa State5 Louisville, Ky. W, 87-71
03/23/12 vs. Indiana6 Atlanta, Ga. W, 102-90
03/25/12 vs. Baylor6 Atlanta, Ga. W, 82-70
03/31/12 vs. Louisville7 New Orleans, La. W, 69-61
04/02/12 vs. Kansas8 New Orleans, La. W, 67-59

1 Champions Classic (Madison Square Gardan, New York)
2 Hall of Fame Tipoff (Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, Conn.)
3 Freedom Hall (Louisville, Ky.)
4 SEC Tournament - Superdome (New Orleans)
5 NCAA Tournament - KFC Yum! Center (Louisville, Ky.)
6 NCAA Tournament - Georgia Dome (Atlanta)
7 NCAA Tournament - Superdome (New Orleans)

2012-13 - Won 21, Lost 12

Coach: John Calipari

11/9/121vs. Maryland72-69 W
11/13/122vs. Duke75-68 L
11/16/123LAFAYETTE101-49 W
11/21/123MOREHEAD STATE81-70 W
11/23/123LIU-BROOKLYN104-75 W
11/29/124at Notre Dame64-50 L
12/1/12 BAYLOR64-55 L
12/4/12 SAMFORD88-56 W
12/8/12 PORTLAND74-46 W
12/15/12 LIPSCOMB88-50 W
12/22/12 MARSHALL82-54 W
12/29/12 at Louisville 80-77 L
1/2/13 EASTERN MICHIGAN90-38 W
1/10/13 at Vanderbilt 60-58 W
1/12/13 TEXAS A&M 83-71 L
1/15/13 TENNESSEE 75-65 W
1/19/13 at Auburn 75-53 W
1/22/13 at Alabama 59-55 L
1/26/13 LSU 75-70 W
1/29/13 at Ole Miss 87-74 W
2/2/13 at Texas A&M 72-68 OT W
2/5/13 SOUTH CAROLINA 77-55 W
2/9/13 AUBURN 72-62 W
2/12/13 at Florida 69-52 L
2/16/13 at Tennessee 88-58 L
2/20/13 VANDERBILT 74-70 W
2/23/13 MISSOURI 90-83 OT W
2/27/13 MISSISSIPPI STATE 85-55 W
3/2/13 at Arkansas 73-60 L
3/7/13 at Georgia 72-62 L
3/9/13 FLORIDA 61-57 W
3/15/13 5 Vanderbilt64-48 L
3/19/13 6 Robert Morris59-57 L

1 Barclays Center Classic (Barclay’s Center, Brooklyn)
2 Champions Classic (Georgia Dome, Atlanta)
3 Barclay’s Center Classic (Rupp Arena)
4 SEC/Big East Challenge (South Bend, Ind.)
5 SEC Tournament (Bridgestone Arena, Nashville)
6 NIT First Round (SeWall Center, Moon Township, Pa.)

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