2005–06 Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball team

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2005-06 Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball
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Conference Big Ten Conference
2005-06 record 19-12 (9-7 Big Ten)
Head coach Mike Davis (6th year)
Assistant coach Donnie Marsh (2nd year)
Assistant coach Kerry Rupp (2nd year)
Home arena Assembly Hall
Seasons
« 2004-05 2006-07 »
2005–06 Big Ten Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#6 Ohio State 12 4   .750     26 6   .813
#15 Iowa 11 5   .688     25 9   .735
#13 Illinois 11 5   .688     26 7   .788
Wisconsin 9 7   .563     19 12   .613
Indiana 9 7   .563     19 12   .613
Michigan State 8 8   .500     22 12   .647
Michigan 8 8   .500     22 11   .667
Penn State 6 10   .375     15 15   .500
Northwestern 6 10   .375     14 15   .483
Minnesota 5 11   .313     16 15   .516
Purdue 3 13   .188     9 19   .321
2006 Big Ten Tournament winner
As of March 14, 2006; Rankings from AP Poll[1]

The 2005-06 Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball team represented Indiana University in the 2005–06 college basketball season. Their head coach was Mike Davis, in his sixth and final season in charge of the Hoosiers. The team played its home games at Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Indiana, and was a member of the Big Ten Conference.

Indiana finished the season with an overall record of 19-12 and a conference record of 9-7, good for 4th place in the Big Ten Conference. After beating Wisconsin in the quarterfinals, the Hoosiers fell to Ohio State in the semifinal of the Big Ten Tournament. The Hoosiers then defeated San Diego State Aztecs in the first round of the NCAA Tournament before losing to the Gonzaga Bulldogs in the second round. That game would end the season for the Hoosiers, and be the final game at IU for Mike Davis. Coach Davis resigned at the end of the season and in April he accepted the head coaching position at UAB. Davis was replaced by Oklahoma head coach Kelvin Sampson.

2005-06 Roster[edit]

No. Name Position Ht. Wt. Year Hometown/Previous School
3 D.J. White F 6–9 251 So. Tuscaloosa, Alabama / Hillcrest High School
5 Marco Killingsworth F 6–8 268 RS Sr. Montgomery, Alabama / Auburn University
10 Roderick Wilmont G 6–4 203 RS Jr. Miramar, Florida / Miramar High School
11 Errek Suhr G 5–8 156 Jr. Bloomington, Indiana / Bloomington High School North
20 A. J. Ratliff G 6–3 188 So. Indianapolis, Indiana / North Central High School
21 Ben Allen C 6–11 256 Fr. Melbourne, Australia / Australian Institute of Sport
22 Marshall Strickland G 6–2 195 Sr. Mount Airy, Maryland / South Carroll High School
23 Sean Kline F 6–8 233 RS Sr. Huntington, Indiana / Huntington North High School
24 Robert Vaden G/F 6–5 224 Fr. Indianapolis, Indiana / Bridgton Academy (Me.)
31 Cem Dinc F 6–10 240 Fr. Hamm NRW, Germany / Landschulheim Schloss Heessenn
32 Joey Shaw (Redshirt Year) G 6–6 193 Fr. Glendale, Arizona / Deer Valley High School
33 Lewis Monroe G 6–5 192 RS Sr. Madison, Wisconsin / Auburn University
34 Adam Ahlfeld F 6–0 193 So. Indianapolis, Indiana / North Central High School
44 Kyle Taber F 6–8 220 RS Fr. Evansville, Indiana / Evansville Central High School
51 Earl Calloway G 6–3 173 Jr. Atlanta, Georgia / Georgia Perimeter College

Schedule and results[edit]

Date Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site (Attendance)
Regular Season
11/18/2005* #22 Nicholls State W 99–65  1–0 Assembly Hall (17,054)
11/21/2005* #22 Florida A&M W 67–44  2–0 Assembly Hall (17,030)
11/26/2005* #22 at Western Illinois W 102–79  3–0 Western Hall (5,021)
11/30/2005* #17 #1 Duke
(ACC – Big Ten Challenge)
L 67–75  3–1 Assembly Hall (17,343)
12/3/2005* #17 Eastern Michigan W 79–63  4–1 Assembly Hall (17,169)
12/6/2005* #17 at Indiana State L 67–72  4–2 Hulman Center (10,200)
12/10/2005* #17 vs. #15 Kentucky W 79–53  5–2 RCA Dome (28,031)
12/19/2005* #18 at Charlotte W 71–54  6–2 Dale F. Halton Arena (8,442)
12/23/2005* #18 at Butler W 73–55  7–2 Conseco Fieldhouse (13,152)
12/31/2005* #18 at Ball State W 80–56  8–2 John E. Worthen Arena (11,500)
1/3/2006 #16 Michigan W 70–63  9–2 (1–0) Assembly Hall (13,619)
1/7/2006 #16 #19 Ohio State W 81–79  10–2 (2–0) Assembly Hall (17,278)
1/11/2006 #9 at #14 Michigan State L 73–87  10–3 (2–1) Breslin Center (14,759)
1/17/2005 #13 #7 Illinois W 62–60  11–3 (3–1) Assembly Hall (17,328)
1/21/2006 #13 Purdue W 62–49  12–3 (4–1) Assembly Hall (17,316)
1/24/2006 #13 at Iowa L 60–73  12–4 (4–2) Carver-Hawkeye Arena (11,825)
1/29/2006 #13 at Minnesota L 42–61  12–5 (4–3) Williams Arena (13,136)
2/1/2006 #22 Northwestern W 72–63  13–5 (5–3) Assembly Hall (17,094)
2/4/2006* #22 #1 Connecticut L 80–88  13–6 (5–3) Assembly Hall (17,324)
2/8/2006 #24 at Wisconsin L 54–72  13–7 (5–4) Kohl Center (17,142)
2/11/2006 #24 #18 Iowa L 67–70  13–8 (5–5) Assembly Hall (17,278)
2/15/2006 at Penn State L 68–71  13–9 (5–6) Bryce Jordan Center (6,759)
2/19/2006 at #14 Illinois L 58–70  13–10 (5–7) Assembly Hall (16,618)
2/22/2006 Penn State W 69–65  14–10 (6–7) Assembly Hall (17,234)
2/26/2006 #18 Michigan State W 78–71  15–10 (7–7) Assembly Hall (17,276)
3/1/2006 at Purdue W 70–59  16–10 (8–7) Mackey Arena (14,038)
3/4/2006 at Michigan W 69–67  17–10 (9–7) Crisler Arena (13,751)
Big Ten Tournament
3/10/2006 vs. Wisconsin
(Quarterfinals)
W 61–56  18–10 (9–7) Conseco Fieldhouse (18,730)
3/11/2006 vs. #6 Ohio State
(Semifinals)
L 51–52  18–11 (9–7) Conseco Fieldhouse (18,730)
NCAA Tournament
3/16/2006* vs. San Diego State
(First Round)
W 87–83  19–11 (9–7) Jon M. Huntsman Center (15,122)
3/18/2006* vs. Gonzaga
(Second Round)
L 80–90  19–12 (9–7) Jon M. Huntsman Center (15,122)
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. ( ) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
  1. ^ "2006 Final AP Men's Basketball Poll". College Poll Archive. March 14, 2006.