List of Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball seasons

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This is a list of the seasons completed by the Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball team.[1] The Hoosiers have an overall record of 1,491–765. They have appeared in the APP Poll 512 times, which is seventh all time.[2]

National Champions ♦ Conference Regular
Season Champions *
Conference tournament
champion
Conference regular season and
conference tournament champion
Season Head coach Conference Season results Postseason result Final ranking
Overall Conference Standing AP CP
Indiana Hoosiers
1900–01 James H. Horne Independent 1-4
1901–02 Phelps Darby Independent 4-4
1902–03 Willis Koval Independent 8-4
1903–04 Independent 5-4
1904–05 Zora G. Clevenger Big Ten 5-12 1-1
1905–06 Big Ten 7-9 2-2
1906–07 James M. Sheldon Big Ten 9-5
1907–08 Ed Cook Big Ten 9-6 2-4
1908–09 Robert Harris Big Ten 5-9 2-6
1909–10 John Georgen Big Ten 5-8 3-7
1910–11 Oscar Rackle Big Ten 11-5 5-5
1911–12 James Kase Big Ten 11-5 5-5
1912–13 Arthur Powell Big Ten 5-11 0-10
1913–14 Arthur Berndt Big Ten 2-12 1-12
1914–15 Big Ten 4-9 1-9
1915–16 Allan Willisford Big Ten 6-7 3-5
1916–17 Guy Lowman Big Ten 13-6 3-5
1917–18 Dana Evans Big Ten 10-4 3-3
1918–19 Big Ten 10-7 4-6
1919–20 Ewald O. Stiehm Big Ten 13-8 6-4
1920–21 George Levis Big Ten 15-6 6-5
1921–22 Big Ten 10-10 3-7
1922–23 Leslie Mann Big Ten 8-7 5-7
1923–24 Big Ten 11-6 7-5
1924–25 Everett Dean Big Ten 12-5 8-4 T-2nd
1925–26* Big Ten* 12-5 8-4 T-1st
1926–27 Big Ten 13-4 9-3 2nd
1927–28* Big Ten* 15-2 10-2 T-1st
1928–29 Big Ten 7-10 4-8 8th
1929–30 Big Ten 8-9 7-5 T-4th
1930–31 Big Ten 9-8 5-7 6th
1931–32 Big Ten 8-10 4-8 7th
1932–33 Big Ten 10-8 6-6 T-6th
1933–34 Big Ten 13-7 6-6 T-5th
1934–35 Big Ten 14-6 8-4 T-4th
1935–36* Big Ten* 18-2 11-1 T-1st
1936–37 Big Ten 13-7 6-6 T-6th
1937–38 Big Ten 10-10 4-8 8th
1938–39 Branch McCracken Big Ten 17-3 9-3 2nd
1939–40 Big Ten 20-3 9-3 2nd NCAA Champions
1940–41 Big Ten 17-3 10-2 2nd
1941–42 Big Ten 15-6 10-5 T-2nd
1942–43 Big Ten 18-2 11-2 2nd
1943–44 Harry C. Good Big Ten 7-15 2-10 T-8th
1944–45 Big Ten 10-11 3-9 9th
1945–46 Big Ten 18-3 9-3 2nd
1946–47 Branch McCracken Big Ten 12-8 8-4 2nd
1947–48 Big Ten 8-12 3-9 T-8th
1948–49 Big Ten 14-8 6-6 T-4th
1949–50 Big Ten 17-5 7-5 T-3rd 20th
1950-51 Big Ten 19-3 12-2 2nd 7th 8th
1951-52 Big Ten 16-6 9-5 4th 20th
1952–53 Big Ten* 23-3 17-1 1st NCAA Champions 1st 1st
1953–54* Big Ten* 20-4 12-2 1st Regional Third Place 2nd 1st
1954-55 Big Ten 8-14 5-9 T-6th
1955-56 Big Ten 13-9 6-8 T-6th
1956–57* Big Ten* 14-8 10-4 T-1st 15th
1957–58* Big Ten* 13-11 10-4 1st Regional Third Place 12th 10th
1958-59 Big Ten 11-11 7-7 5th
1959-60 Big Ten 20-4 11-3 2nd 7th 10th
1960-61 Big Ten 15-9 8-6 4th
1961-62 Big Ten 13-11 7-7 4th
1962-63 Big Ten 13-11 9-5 3rd
1963-64 Big Ten 9-15 5-9 8th
1964-65 Big Ten 19-5 9-5 4th 18th
1965–66 Lou Watson Big Ten 8-16 4-10 T-9th
1966–67* Big Ten* 18-8 10-4 T-1st Regional Third Place 6th
1967–68 Big Ten 10-14 4-10 T-9th
1968–69 Big Ten 9-15 4-10 10th
1969–70 Jerry Oliver † Big Ten 7-17 3-11 10th
1970–71 Lou Watson Big Ten 17-7 9-5 4th
1971–72 Bob Knight Big Ten 17-8 9-5 T-3rd NIT First Round 17th
1972–73* Big Ten* 22-6 11-3 1st NCAA Final Four 6th 6th
1973–74* Big Ten* 23-5 12-2 T-1st CCAT Champions 9th 9th
1974–75* Big Ten* 31-1 18-0 1st NCAA Elite Eight 3rd 1st
1975-76 Big Ten* 32-0 18-0 1st NCAA Champions 1st 1st
1976-77 Big Ten 16-11 11-7 4th
1977-78 Big Ten 21-8 12-6 2nd NCAA Sweet Sixteen 13th 15th
1978-79 Big Ten 22-12 10-8 5th NIT Champions
1979-80 Big Ten* 21-8 12-6 1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen 7th 7th
1980-81 Big Ten* 26-9 14-4 1st NCAA Champions 9th 7th
1981-82 Big Ten 19-10 12-6 T-2nd NCAA 2nd Round
1982-83 Big Ten* 24-6 13-5 1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen 5th 5th
1983-84 Big Ten 22-9 13-5 3rd NCAA Elite Eight 18th
1984-85 Big Ten 19-14 7-11 7th NIT Finals
1985-86 Big Ten 21-8 13-5 2nd NCAA First Round 16th 14th
1986-87 Big Ten* 30-4 15-3 T-1st NCAA Champions 3rd 2nd
1987-88 Big Ten 19-10 11-7 5th NCAA First Round 19th
1988-89* Big Ten* 27-8 15-3 1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen 8th 6th
1989-90 Big Ten 18-11 8-10 7th NCAA First Round
1990-91* Big Ten* 29-5 15-3 T-1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen 3rd 3rd
1991-92 Big Ten 27-7 14-4 2nd NCAA Final Four 5th 4th
1992-93* Big Ten* 31-4 17-1 1st NCAA Elite Eight 1st 1st
1993-94 Big Ten 21-9 12-6 3rd NCAA Sweet Sixteen 18th 18th
1994-95 Big Ten 19-12 11-7 T-3rd NCAA First Round
1995-96 Big Ten 19-12 12-6 T-2nd NCAA First Round
1996-97 Big Ten 22-11 9-9 T-6th NCAA First Round
1997-98 Big Ten 20-12 9-7 T-5th NCAA Second Round
1998-99 Big Ten 23-11 9-7 T-3rd NCAA Second Round 19th
1999-00 Big Ten 20-9 10-6 5th NCAA First Round 22nd
2000–01 Mike Davis Big Ten 21-13 10-6 4th NCAA First Round 20th
2001-02* Big Ten* 25-12 11-5 T-1st NCAA Finals 3rd
2002-03 Big Ten 21-13 8-8 6th NCAA Second Round
2003-04 Big Ten 14-15 7-9 T-9th
2004-05 Big Ten 15-14 10-6 T-4th NIT First Round
2005-06 Big Ten 19-12 9-7 T-4th NCAA Second Round
2006–07 Kelvin Sampson Big Ten 21-11 10-6 3rd NCAA Second Round
2007-08 Kelvin Sampson / Dan Dakich Big Ten 25-8 14-4 3rd NCAA First Round 17th
2008-09 Tom Crean Big Ten 6-25 1-17 11th
2009-10 Big Ten 10-21 4-14 9th
2010-11 Big Ten 12-20 3-15 11th
2011-12 Big Ten 27-9 11-7 5th NCAA Sweet Sixteen 16th 17th
2012-13 Big Ten 26-5 14-4 1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen 4th 7th
2013-14 Big Ten 17-15 7-11 T-8th

Notes[edit]

  • † Indicates interim coach
  • Indiana and Purdue first met on March 2, 1901 in Bloomington, with a 20-15 Purdue win. Indiana originally planned to play a second game against Purdue in West Lafayette, but according to the Arbutus (the Indiana school yearbook) those games were "declared off, and the season ended at Indiana."[3] The official records of Indiana and Purdue indicate that Indiana lost to Purdue 23–19 in West Lafayette on March 15, 1901. However, the Indiana University Basketball Encyclopedia by Jason Hiner notes that an absence of newspaper reports about the game suggests that it never took place.[4] That source lists Indiana's record for the 1900–01 season as 1-3.
  • The NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship was created in 1939 and has included varying numbers of teams over the years.
  • The AP began compiling a ranking of the top 20 college men's basketball teams during the 1948-1949 season. Regular-season polls from 1949-60 had 20 teams, from 1961-68 had 10 teams (except in December 1960 and the 1964-65 preseason polls), and 1990–present had 25 teams.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2011-2012 Indiana Basketball Records Book". Retrieved 6 April 2012. 
  2. ^ "College Poll Archive". Retrieved 15 May 2012. 
  3. ^ 1901 Arbutus. 
  4. ^ Hiner, Jason (2005). Indiana University Basketball Encyclopedia. United States: Sports Publishing. pp. 120–122. ISBN 1-58261-655-8.