Caddy Works

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Works from 1928 UCLA yearbook

Pierce "Caddy" Works (January 2, 1896-July 1982) was a college men's basketball coach. He was the head coach of the University of California, Los Angeles from 1921 to 1939, guiding them to a 173-159 record.

Works was a lawyer by profession and coached the team only during the evenings. According to UCLA player and future Olympian Frank Lubin, Works was "more of an honorary coach" with little basketball knowledge.

Head coaching record[edit]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
UCLA (1921–1939)
1921–22 UCLA 9-1 9-1 1
1922–23 UCLA 12-4 9-1 1
1923–24 UCLA 8-2 8-2 2
1924–25 UCLA 11-6 9-1 1
1925–26 UCLA 14-2 10-0 1
1926–27 UCLA 12-4 9-1 1
1927–28 UCLA 10-5 5-4
1928–29 UCLA 7-9 1-8
1929–30 UCLA 14-8 3-6
1930–31 UCLA 9-6 4-5 3 (South)
1931–32 UCLA 9-10 4-7 3 (South)
1932–33 UCLA 10-11 1-10 4 (South)
1933–34 UCLA 10-13 2-10 4 (South)
1934–35 UCLA 11-12 4-8 3 (South)
1935–36 UCLA 10-13 2-10 4 (South)
1936–37 UCLA 6-14 2-10 4 (South)
1937–38 UCLA 4-20 0-12 4 (South)
1938–39 UCLA 7-20 0-12 4 (South)
UCLA: 173-159 82-108
Total: 173-159

      National champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

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