List of Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball seasons

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This is a list of seasons completed by the Kansas Jayhawks men's college basketball team.[1]

Legend[edit]

National Champions
(Helms[2]  or  NCAA[3])
Conference Regular Season Champions Conference Tournament Champions
(Big Eight  or  Big 12)
Regular Season and Tournament Champions

Season-by-season results[edit]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
James Naismith (1898–1907)
1898–99 James Naismith 7–4
1899–1900 James Naismith 3–4
1900–01 James Naismith 4–8
1901–02 James Naismith 5–7
1902–03 James Naismith 7–8
1903–04 James Naismith 5–8
1904–05 James Naismith 5–6
1905–06 James Naismith 12–7
1906–07 James Naismith 7–8
James Naismith: 55–60 -
Forrest "Phog" Allen (Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association) (1907–1909)
1907–08 Phog Allen 18–6 6–0 1
1908–09 Phog Allen 25–3 8–2 1
Phog Allen: 43–9 14–2
William O. Hamilton (Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association) (1909–1919)
1909–10 William Hamilton 18–1 7–1 1
1910–11 William Hamilton 12–6 9–3 1
1911–12 William Hamilton 11–7 6–2 1
1912–13 William Hamilton 16–6 7–3 2
1913–14 William Hamilton 17–1 13–1 T-1
1914–15 William Hamilton 16–1 13–1 1
1915–16 William Hamilton 6–12 5–11 4
1916–17 William Hamilton 12–8 9–7 4
1917–18 William Hamilton 10–8 9–8 3
1918–19 William Hamilton 7–9 5–9 5
William Hamilton: 125–59 83–46
Phog Allen (Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association) (1919–1956)
1919–20 Phog AllenA 11–7 9–7 3
1920–21 Phog Allen 10–8 10–8 4
1921–22 Phog Allen 16–2 15–1 T-1 Helms National Champions
1922–23 Phog Allen 17–1 16–0 1 Helms National Champions
1923–24 Phog Allen 16–3 15–1 1
1924–25 Phog Allen 17–1 15–1 1
1925–26 Phog Allen 16–2 16–2 1
1926–27 Phog Allen 15–2 10–2 1
1927–28 Phog Allen 9–9 9–9 4
1928–29 Phog Allen 3–15 2–8 T-5
1929–30 Phog Allen 14–4 7–3 2
1930–31 Phog Allen 15–3 7–3 1
1931–32 Phog Allen 13–5 7–3 1
1932–33 Phog Allen 13–4 8–2 1
1933–34 Phog Allen 16–1 9–1 1
1934–35 Phog Allen 15–5 12–4 2
1935–36 Phog Allen 21–2 10–0 1
1936–37 Phog Allen 15–4 8–2 T-1
1937–38 Phog Allen 18–2 9–1 1
1938–39 Phog Allen 13–7 6–4 3
1939–40 Phog Allen 19–6 8–2 T-1 NCAA Runners-up
1940–41 Phog Allen 12–6 7–3 T-1
1941–42 Phog Allen 17–5 8–2 T-1 NCAA First Round
1942–43 Phog Allen 22–6 10–0 1
1943–44 Phog Allen 17–9 5–5 3
1944–45 Phog Allen 12–5 7–3 2
1945–46 Phog Allen 19–2 10–0 1
1946–47 Phog AllenB 16–11 5–5 T-3
1947–48 Phog Allen 9–15 4–8 T-6
1948–49 Phog Allen 12–12 3–9 T-6
1949–50 Phog Allen 14–11 8–4 T-1
1950–51 Phog Allen 16–8 8–4 T-2
1951–52 Phog Allen 28–3 11–1 1 National Champions
1952–53 Phog Allen 19–6 10–2 1 National Runners-up
1953–54 Phog Allen 16–5 10–2 T-1
1954–55 Phog Allen 11–10 5–7 5
1955–56 Phog Allen 14–9 6–6 5
Phog Allen: 590–219 334–122
Dick Harp (Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association) (1956–1964)
1956–57 Dick Harp 24–3 11–1 1 National Runners-up
1957–58 Dick Harp 18–5 8–4 T-2
1958–59 Dick Harp 11–14 8–6 T-3
1959–60 Dick Harp 19–9 10–4 T-1 Elite Eight
1960–61 Dick Harp 17–8 10–4 T-2
1961–62 Dick Harp 7–18 3–11 T-7
1962–63 Dick Harp 12–13 5–9 T-6
1963–64 Dick Harp 13–12 8–6 3
Dick Harp: 121–82 53–45
Ted Owens (Big 8) (1964–1983)
1964–65 Ted Owens 17–8 9–5 2
1965–66 Ted Owens 23–4 13–1 1 Elite Eight
1966–67 Ted Owens 23–4 13–1 1 Second Round(1st round bye, 16 teams in 2nd round)
1967–68 Ted Owens 22–8 10–4 2 NIT (Runner-Up)
1968–69 Ted Owens 20–7 9–5 T-2 NIT (First Round)
1969–70 Ted Owens 17–9 8–6 2
1970–71 Ted Owens 27–3 14–0 1 Final Four
1971–72 Ted Owens 11–15 7–7 T-4
1972–73 Ted Owens 8–18 4–10 T-6
1973–74 Ted Owens 23–7 13–1 1 Final Four
1974–75 Ted Owens 19–8 11–3 1 First Round (32 Teams)
1975–76 Ted Owens 13–13 6–8 T-4
1976–77 Ted Owens 18–10 8–6 4
1977–78 Ted Owens 24–5 13–1 1 First Round (32 Teams)
1978–79 Ted Owens 18–11 8–6 T-2
1979–80 Ted Owens 15–14 7–7 T-3
1980–81 Ted Owens 24–8 9–5 T-2 Sweet Sixteen
1981–82 Ted Owens 13–14 4–10 7
1982–83 Ted Owens 13–16 4–10 T-7
Ted Owens: 348–182 170–96
Larry Brown (Big 8) (1983–1988)
1983–84 Larry Brown 22–10 9–5 2 Second Round
1984–85 Larry Brown 26–8 11–3 2 Second Round
1985–86 Larry Brown 35–4 13–1 1 Final Four
1986–87 Larry Brown 25–11 9–5 T-2 Sweet Sixteen
1987–88 Larry Brown 27–11 9–5 3 National Champions
Larry Brown: 135–44 51–19
Roy Williams (Big 8) (1989–1996)
1988–89 Roy Williams 19–12 6–8 6 NCAA Probation
1989–90 Roy Williams 30–5 11–3 T-2 Second Round
1990–91 Roy Williams 27–8 10–4 T-1 National Runners-up
1991–92 Roy Williams 27–5 11–3 1 Second Round
1992–93 Roy Williams 29–7 11–3 1 Final Four
1993–94 Roy Williams 27–8 9–5 3 Sweet Sixteen
1994–95 Roy Williams 25–6 11–3 1 Sweet Sixteen
1995–96 Roy Williams 29–5 12–2 1 Elite Eight
Roy Williams (Big 12) (1996–2003)
1996–97 Roy Williams 34–2 15–1 1 Sweet Sixteen
1997–98 Roy Williams 35–4 15–1 1 Second Round
1998–99 Roy Williams 23–10 11–5 T-2 Second Round
1999–2000 Roy Williams 24–10 11–5 5 Second Round
2000–01 Roy Williams 26–7 12–4 T-2 Sweet Sixteen
2001–02 Roy Williams 33–4 16–0 1 Final Four
2002–03 Roy Williams 30–8 14–2 1 National Runners-up
Roy Williams: 418–101 175–49


Bill Self (Big 12) (2003–present)
2003–04 Bill Self 24–9 12–4 T-2 Elite Eight
2004–05 Bill Self 23–7 12–4 T-1 First Round
2005–06 Bill Self 25–8 13–3 T-1 First Round
2006–07 Bill Self 33–5 14–2 1 Elite Eight
2007–08 Bill Self 37–3 13–3 T-1 National Champions
2008–09 Bill Self 27–8 14–2 1 Sweet Sixteen
2009–10 Bill Self 33–3 15–1 1 Second Round
2010–11 Bill Self 35–3 14–2 1 Elite Eight
2011–12 Bill Self 32–7 16–2 1 National Runners-up
2012–13 Bill Self 31–6 14–4 T-1 Sweet Sixteen
2013–14 Bill Self 25–10 14–4 1 Round of 32
Bill Self: 325–69 151–31
Total: 2,126-821 (.721)

      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

Updated March 14, 2014

Notes[edit]

  • ^A In 1919, Karl Schlademan coached, and won, the first game of the season before relinquishing the coaching position to Allen in order to concentrate on his duties as head track coach.
  • ^B In 1947, Howard Engleman coached 14 games (going 8–6) after Allen was ordered to take a rest following the 13th game of the season. Engleman was never officially a head coach at the university.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KU Record Book: Records". University of Kansas Athletics. Retrieved 2008-08-07. 
  2. ^ "Helms Foundation NCAA Division I Champions". Rauzulu's Street. Retrieved 2008-11-26. 
  3. ^ "Division I Men's Basketball History". NCAA.com. Retrieved 2008-11-26. 
  4. ^ "Phog Allen"