1952 NCAA Men's Basketball All-Americans

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The Consensus 1952 College Basketball All-American team, as determined by aggregating the results of five major All-American teams.[1] To earn "consensus" status, a player must win honors from a majority of the following teams: the Associated Press, Look Magazine, The United Press International, Collier's Magazine and the International News Service.

1952 Consensus All-America team[edit]

Consensus First Team
Player Position Class Team
Chuck Darling C Senior Iowa
Rod Fletcher G Senior Illinois
Dick Groat G Senior Duke
Cliff Hagan F Junior Kentucky
Clyde Lovellette C Senior Kansas


Consensus Second Team
Player Position Class Team
Bob Houbregs F Junior Washington
Don Meineke F Senior Dayton
Johnny O'Brien G Junior Seattle
Mark Workman C Senior West Virginia
Bob Zawoluk F Senior St. John's

Individual All-America teams[edit]

All-America Team
First team Second team Third team
Player School Player School Player School
Associated Press [2] Chuck Darling Iowa Rod Fletcher Illinois Larry Hennessy Villanova
Dick Groat Duke Bob Houbregs Washington Dick Knostman Kansas State
Cliff Hagan Kentucky Bob Pettit Louisiana State Don Meineke Dayton
Clyde Lovellette Kansas Frank Ramsey Kentucky Johnny O'Brien Seattle
Mark Workman West Virginia Bob Zawoluk St. John's Ray Steiner St. Louis
UPI Chuck Darling Iowa Rod Fletcher Illinois Walter Dukes Seton Hall
Dick Groat Duke Johnny O'Brien Seattle Bob Houbregs Washington
Cliff Hagan Kentucky Bob Pettit Louisiana State Don Meineke Dayton
Clyde Lovellette Kansas Frank Ramsey Kentucky Ray Steiner St. Louis
Mark Workman West Virginia Bob Zawoluk St. John's Jim Tucker Duquesne
Look Magazine[3] Chuck Darling Iowa Bob Houbregs Washington No third team
Walter Dukes Seton Hall Clyde Lovellette Kansas
Rod Fletcher Illinois Don Meineke Dayton
Dick Groat Duke Albert Nicholas Wisconsin
Mark Workman West Virginia Glen Smith Utah
International News Service Chuck Darling Iowa Rod Fletcher Illinois No third team
Dick Groat Duke Larry Hennessy Villanova
Cliff Hagan Kentucky Bob Houbregs Washington
Clyde Lovellette Kansas Don Meineke Dayton
Johnny O'Brien Seattle Jim Tucker Duquesne
Collier's Chuck Darling Iowa Rod Fletcher Illinois No third team
Dick Groat Duke Larry Hennessy Villanova
Cliff Hagan Kentucky Bob Houbregs Washington
Clyde Lovellette Kansas Mark Workman West Virginia
Glen Smith Utah Bob Zawoluk St. John's

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