List of NC State Wolfpack men's basketball seasons

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This is a list of seasons completed by the NC State Wolfpack men's basketball team. The Wolfpack won the NCAA championship in 1974 and 1983. The team competed in the Southern Conference until becoming a charter member of the Atlantic Coast Conference in 1953.[1] NC State has won the ACC Men's Basketball Tournament ten times, which is the third most of any school in the conference.

Season-by-season results[edit]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Piggy Hargrove (Independent) (1910–1912)
1910–11 Piggy Hargrove 1–1
1911–12 Piggy Hargrove 0–6
Piggy Hargrove: 1–7
Chuck Sandborn (Independent) (1912–1913)
1912–13 Chuck Sandborn 4–7
John Hegarty (Independent) (1913–1914)
1913–14 John Hegarty 5–8
John Hegarty: 5–8
H.S. Tucker (Independent) (1914–1915)
1914–15 H.S. Tucker 5–5
H.S. Tucker: 5–5
Chuck Sandborn (Independent) (1915–1916)
1915–16 Chuck Sandborn 7–6
Chuck Sandborn: 11–13
Harry Hartsell (Independent) (1916–1918)
1916–17 Harry Hartsell 10–8
1917–18 Harry Hartsell 12–2
Tal Stafford (Independent) (1918–1919)
1918–19 Tal Stafford 11–3
Tal Stafford: 11–3
Richard Crozier (Independent) (1919–1921)
1919–20 Richard Crozier 11–5
1920–21 Richard Crozier 6–14
Harry Hartsell (Southern Conference) (1921–1923)
1921–22 Harry Hartsell 6–13 1–5 11th
1922–23 Harry Hartsell 5–8 1–2 T–12th
Harry Hartsell: 33–31 2–7
Richard Crozier (Southern Conference) (1923–1924)
1923–24 Richard Crozier 7–16 2–4 T–12th
Richard Crozier: 24–35 2–4
Gus Tebell (Southern Conference) (1924–1930)
1924–25 Gus Tebell 11–7 1–4 T–14th
1925–26 Gus Tebell 20–4 5–3 T–7th
1926–27 Gus Tebell 12–5 5–2 6th
1927–28 Gus Tebell 10–8 3–6 14th
1928–29 Gus Tebell 15–6 6–5 11th
1929–30 Gus Tebell 11–6 7–5 11th
Gus Tebell: 79–36 27–25
R.R. Sermon (Southern Conference) (1930–1940)
1930–31 R.R. Sermon 8–8 5–5 11th
1931–32 R.R. Sermon 10–6 6–4 10th
1932–33 R.R. Sermon 11–8 6–3 4th
1933–34 R.R. Sermon 11–6 6–5 5th
1934–35 R.R. Sermon 10–9 6–5 6th
1935–36 R.R. Sermon 15–4 10–3 3rd
1936–37 R.R. Sermon 15–9 14–7 4th
1937–38 R.R. Sermon 13–6 10–3 2nd
1938–39 R.R. Sermon 10–7 7–6 6th
1939–40 R.R. Sermon 8–11 5–10 11th
R.R. Sermon: 111–74 75–51
Bob Warren (Southern Conference) (1940–1942)
1940–41 Bob Warren 6–9 6–9 11th
1941–42 Bob Warren 15–7 9–4 4th
Bob Warren: 21–16 15–13
Leroy Jay (Southern Conference) (1942–1946)
1942–43 Leroy Jay 7–9 7–5 T–7th
1943–44 Leroy Jay 5–13 2–5 9th
1944–45 Leroy Jay 10–11 7–5 6th
1945–46 Leroy Jay 6–12 5–7 T–9th
Leroy Jay: 28–45 21–22
Everett Case (Southern Conference) (1946–1953)
1946–1947 Everett Case 26–5 11–2 1st NIT Semifinals
1947–1948 Everett Case 29–3 12–0 1st NIT Quarterfinals
1948–1949 Everett Case 25–8 14–1 1st
1949–1950 Everett Case 27–6 12–2 1st NCAA Final Four
1950–1951 Everett Case 30–7 13–1 1st NCAA Elite Eight
1951–1952 Everett Case 24–10 12–2 2nd NCAA First Round
1952–1953 Everett Case 26–6 13–3 1st
Everett Case: 87–11
Everett Case (Atlantic Coast Conference) (1953–1964)
1953–1954 Everett Case 26–7 5–3 4th NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1954–1955 Everett Case 28–4 12–2 1st
1955–1956 Everett Case 24–4 11–3 1st NCAA First Round
1956–1957 Everett Case 15–11 7–7 T–4th
1957–1958 Everett Case 18–6 10–4 3rd
1958–1959 Everett Case 22–4 12–2 T–1st
1959–1960 Everett Case 11–15 5–9 6th
1960–1961 Everett Case 16–9 8–6 4th
1961–1962 Everett Case 11–6 10–4 3rd
1962–1963 Everett Case 10–11 5–9 T–4th
1963–1964 Everett Case 8–11 4–10 T–7th
Everett Case: 377–134 † 89–60 †
Press Maravich (Atlantic Coast Conference) (1964–1966)
1964–1965 Press Maravich 21–5 † 10–4 † T–2nd
1965–1966 Press Maravich 18–9 9–5 2nd
Press Maravich: 38–13 † 19–8 †
Norm Sloan (Atlantic Coast Conference) (1966–1980)
1966–1967 Norm Sloan 7–19 2–12 8th
1967–1968 Norm Sloan 16–10 9–5 T–3rd
1968–1969 Norm Sloan 15–10 8–6 T–3rd
1969–1970 Norm Sloan 23–7 9–5 T–2nd NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1970–1971 Norm Sloan 13–14 5–9 T–6th
1971–1972 Norm Sloan 16–10 6–6 T–4th
1972–1973 Norm Sloan 27–0 12–0 1st
1973–1974 Norm Sloan 30–1 12–0 1st NCAA Champions
1974–1975 Norm Sloan 22–6 8–4 T–2nd
1975–1976 Norm Sloan 21–9 7–5 T–2nd NIT Semifinals
1976–1977 Norm Sloan 17–11 6–6 5th
1977–1978 Norm Sloan 21–10 7–5 T–2nd NIT Runner-up
1978–1979 Norm Sloan 18–12 3–9 T–6th
1979–1980 Norm Sloan 20–8 9–5 T–2nd NCAA Second Round
Norm Sloan: 266–127 103–77
Jim Valvano (Atlantic Coast Conference) (1980–1990)
1980–1981 Jim Valvano 14–13 4–10 7th
1981–1982 Jim Valvano 22–10 7–7 4th NCAA First Round
1982–1983 Jim Valvano 26–10 8–6 T–3rd NCAA Champions
1983–1984 Jim Valvano 19–14 4–10 7th NIT First Round
1984–1985 Jim Valvano 23–10 9–5 T–1st NCAA Elite Eight
1985–1986 Jim Valvano 21–13 7–7 T–4th NCAA Elite Eight
1986–1987 Jim Valvano 20–15 6–8 6th NCAA First Round
1987–1988 Jim Valvano 24–8 10–4 2nd NCAA First Round
1988–1989 Jim Valvano 22–9 10–4 1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1989–1990 Jim Valvano 18–12 6–8 T–5th
Jim Valvano: 209–114 71–69
Les Robinson (Atlantic Coast Conference) (1990–1996)
1990–1991 Les Robinson 20–11 8–6 T–3rd NCAA Second Round
1991–1992 Les Robinson 12–18 6–10 7th
1992–1993 Les Robinson 8–19 2–14 T–8th
1993–1994 Les Robinson 11–19 5–11 9th
1994–1995 Les Robinson 12–15 4–12 8th
1995–1996 Les Robinson 15–16 3–13 9th
Les Robinson: 78–98 28–66
Herb Sendek (Atlantic Coast Conference) (1996–2006)
1996–1997 Herb Sendek 17–15 4–12 8th NIT Second Round
1997–1998 Herb Sendek 17–15 5–11 8th NIT Second Round
1998–1999 Herb Sendek 19–14 6–10 5th NIT Second Round
1999–2000 Herb Sendek 20–14 6–10 6th NIT Semifinals
2000–2001 Herb Sendek 13–16 5–11 7th
2001–2002 Herb Sendek 23–11 9–7 T–3rd NCAA Second Round
2002–2003 Herb Sendek 18–13 9–7 4th NCAA First Round
2003–2004 Herb Sendek 21–10 11–5 2nd NCAA Second Round
2004–2005 Herb Sendek 21–14 7–9 T–6th NCAA Sweet Sixteen
2005–2006 Herb Sendek 22–10 10–6 4th NCAA Second Round
Herb Sendek: 191–132 72–88
Sidney Lowe (Atlantic Coast Conference) (2006–2011)
2006–2007 Sidney Lowe 20–16 5–11 T–10th NIT Quarterfinals
2007–2008 Sidney Lowe 15–16 4–12 T–11th
2008–2009 Sidney Lowe 16–14 6–10 10th
2009–2010 Sidney Lowe 20–16 5–11 T–9th NIT Second Round
2010–2011 Sidney Lowe 15–16 5–11 T–10th
Sidney Lowe: 86–78 25–55
Mark Gottfried (Atlantic Coast Conference) (2011–Present)
2011–2012 Mark Gottfried 24–13 9–7 T–4th NCAA Sweet Sixteen
2012–2013 Mark Gottfried 24–11 11–7 T–4th NCAA Second Round
Mark Gottfried: 48–24 20–14
Total: 1,598–980

      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

Everett Case coached the first two games of the 1964–65 season and had a record of 1–1 (0–1 in the ACC) during those two games.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The History of the Southern Conference". Southern Conference. 2011-02-20.