1929–30 Pittsburgh Panthers men's basketball team

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1929–30 Pittsburgh Panthers men's basketball
Helms Foundation National Champions
Conference Independent
1929–30 record 23–2
Head coach Doc Carlson (8th year)
MVP Chuck Hyatt
Captain Chuck Hyatt
Home arena Pitt Pavilion
Seasons
« 1928–29 1930–31 »

The 1929–30 Pittsburgh Panthers men's basketball team represented the University of Pittsburgh during the 1929–30 NCAA men's basketball season in the United States. The head coach was Doc Carlson, coaching in his eighth season with the Panthers. The team finished the season with a 23–2 record[1] and were named national champions by the Helms Athletic Foundation[2] (two seasons earlier, the Panthers were also named Helms national champions).[2] Chuck Hyatt was named a consensus All-American for the third consecutive season, led the nation in scoring for a second time in his career, and capped off his collegiate career by being named the national player of the year.[3]

Schedule and results[edit]

Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Record
Regular season
12/7/1929* Muskingum Pitt PavilionPittsburgh, PA W 57–30  1–0
12/13/1929* at Indiana The FieldhouseBloomington, IN W 35–31  2–0
12/14/1929* at Northwestern Old Patten GymnasiumEvanston, IL W 38–30  3–0
12/16/1929* at Iowa Iowa Field HouseIowa City, IA W 29–21  4–0
12/21/1929* Grove City Pitt Pavilion • Pittsburgh, PA W 38–30  5–0
12/31/1929* Ohio State Pitt Pavilion • Pittsburgh, PA W 38–33 OT 6–0
1/4/1930* Nebraska Pitt Pavilion • Pittsburgh, PA W 34–27  7–0
1/6/1930* Montana State Pitt Pavilion • Pittsburgh, PA W 38–37  8–0
1/8/1930* at Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, PA W 24–18  9–0
1/11/1930* Georgetown Pitt Pavilion • Pittsburgh, PA W 43–26  10–0
1/18/1930* Notre Dame Pitt Pavilion • Pittsburgh, PA W 33–13  11–0
1/24/1930* Carnegie Tech Pitt Pavilion • Pittsburgh, PA W 49–25  12–0
2/1/1930* at Syracuse Archbold GymnasiumSyracuse, NY L 29–40  12–1
2/2/1930* at Fordham Rose Hill GymnasiumBronx, NY W 31–27  13–1
2/8/1930* at Notre Dame Notre Dame FieldhouseSouth Bend, IN W 25–16  14–1
2/14/1930* Penn State Pitt Pavilion • Pittsburgh, PA W 47–20  15–1
2/18/1930* at Washington & Jefferson Washington, PA W 38–30  16–1
2/22/1930* West Virginia Pitt Pavilion • Pittsburgh, PA W 21–19  17–1
2/25/1930* at Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, PA W 47–22  18–1
3/1/1930* at Army West Point, NY W 39–25  19–1
3/4/1930* at Temple Philadelphia, PA W 40–28  20–1
3/8/1930* at West Virginia WVU FieldhouseMorgantown, WV L 25–33  20–2
3/10/1930* Saint Vincent Pitt Pavilion • Pittsburgh, PA W 29–28  21–2
3/12/1930* Washington & Jefferson Pitt Pavilion • Pittsburgh, PA W 67–20  22–2
3/15/1930* at Penn State Rec HallUniversity Park, PA W 47–30  23–2
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll.

Source[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pittsburgh Panthers season-by-season results". sports-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. 2014. Retrieved June 9, 2014. 
  2. ^ a b "NCAA Division I Men's Basketball – NCAA Division I Champions". Rauzulu's Street. 2004. Retrieved June 9, 2014. 
  3. ^ a b "2013–14 Pittsburgh Panthers Men's Basketball Media Guide". All-Time Scores (p. 171). University of Pittsburgh. 2013. Retrieved June 9, 2014.