List of Pittsburgh Panthers men's basketball seasons

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The Pittsburgh Panthers men's basketball team has a combined record of 1,562 wins and 1,098 losses since their inception in 1905. (as of March 18, 2015)

Year Wins Losses Coach Highest
Ranking
Weeks Ranked Conference
Tournament
National
Tournament
2014–15 19 15 Jamie Dixon ACC SECOND ROUND
Lost to NC State 70–81
NIT FIRST ROUND
Lost to George Washington 54–60
2013–14 26 10 Jamie Dixon #18 10 weeks ACC SEMIFINIALS
Beat Wake Forest 84–55
Beat #15 North Carolina 80–75
Lost to #6 Virginia 48–51
NCAA THIRD ROUND
Beat Colorado 77–48
Lost to Florida 45–61
2012–13 24 9 Jamie Dixon #16 9 weeks BIG EAST QUARTERFINALS
Lost to Syracuse 59–62
NCAA SECOND ROUND
Lost to Wichita State 55–73
2011–12 22 17 Jamie Dixon #9 7 weeks BIG EAST SECOND ROUND
Beat St. John's 73–59
Lost to #14 Georgetown 52–64
CBI CHAMPIONS
Beat Wofford 81–63
Beat Princeton 82–61
Beat Butler 68–62 OT
BEST OF THREE FINALS

Lost to Washington State 66–67
Beat Washington State 57–53
Beat Washington State 71–65
2010–11 28 6 Jamie Dixon #2 19 weeks BIG EAST THIRD ROUND
Lost to Connecticut 74–76
NCAA THIRD ROUND
Beat UNC-Asheville 74–51
Lost to Butler 70–71
2009–10 24 8 Jamie Dixon #9 11 weeks BIG EAST THIRD ROUND
Lost to Notre Dame 45–50
NCAA SECOND ROUND
Beat Oakland 89–66
Lost to Xavier 68–71
2008–09 31 5 Jamie Dixon #1 19 weeks BIG EAST THIRD ROUND
Lost to West Virginia 60–74
NCAA ELITE EIGHT
Beat East Tennessee State 72–62
Beat Oklahoma State 84–76
Beat Xavier 60–55
Lost to Villanova 76–78
2007–08 27 10 Jamie Dixon #6 18 weeks BIG EAST CHAMPIONS
Beat Cincinnati 70–64
Beat #13 Louisville 76–69 OT
Beat #25 Marquette 68–61
Beat #9 Georgetown 74–65
NCAA SECOND ROUND
Beat Oral Roberts 82–63
Lost to #18 Michigan State 54–65
2006–07 29 8 Jamie Dixon #2 20 weeks BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP
Beat Marquette 89–79
Beat Louisville 65–59
Lost to Georgetown 42–65
NCAA SWEET SIXTEEN
Beat Wright State 79–58
Beat Virginia Commonwealth 84–79 OT
Lost to UCLA 55–64
2005–06 24 7 Jamie Dixon #8 13 weeks BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP
Beat Louisville 61–56
Beat West Virginia 68–57
Beat Villanova 68–54
Lost to Syracuse 61–65
NCAA SECOND ROUND
Beat Kent State 79–64
Lost to Bradley 66–72
2004–05 20 9 Jamie Dixon #7 18 weeks BIG EAST FIRST ROUND
Lost to Villanova 58–67
NCAA FIRST ROUND
Lost to Pacific 71–79
2003–04 31 5 Jamie Dixon #3 19 weeks BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP
Beat Virginia Tech 74–61
Beat Boston College 62–53
Lost to UConn 58–61
NCAA SWEET SIXTEEN
Beat Central Florida 53–44
Beat Wisconsin 59–55
Lost to Oklahoma State 51–63
2002–03 28 5 Ben Howland #2 20 weeks BIG EAST CHAMPIONS
Beat Providence 67–59
Beat Boston College 61–48
Beat UConn 74–56
NCAA SWEET SIXTEEN
Beat Wagner 87–61
Beat Indiana 74–52
Lost to Marquette 74–77
2001–02 29 6 Ben Howland #7 10 weeks BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP
Beat Boston College 76–62
Beat Miami (FL) 76–71
Lost to UConn 65–74 2OT
NCAA SWEET SIXTEEN
Beat Central Connecticut State 71–54
Beat California 63–50
Lost to Kent State 73–78 OT
2000–01 19 14 Ben Howland BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP
Beat Miami (FL) 78–69
Beat Notre Dame 66–54
Beat Syracuse 55–54 OT
Lost to Boston College 57–79
NIT SWEET SIXTEEN
Beat St. Bonaventure 84–75
Lost to Mississippi State 61–66
1999–00 13 15 Ben Howland BIG EAST FIRST ROUND
Lost to Villanova 55–65
1998–99 14 16 Ralph Willard #18 5 weeks BIG EAST FIRST ROUND
Lost to Rutgers 51–64
1997–98 11 16 Ralph Willard BIG EAST FIRST ROUND
Lost to Villanova 93–96 2OT
1996–97 18 15 Ralph Willard BIG EAST SECOND ROUND
Beat UConn 63–62
Lost to Boston College 68–76
NIT SWEET SIXTEEN
Beat New Orleans 82–63
Lost to Arkansas 71–76
1995–96 10 17 Ralph Willard BIG EAST FIRST ROUND
Lost to Boston College 66–70
1994–95 10 18 Ralph Willard BIG EAST SECOND ROUND
Beat St. John's 74–71
Lost to UConn 78–81
1993–94 13 14 Paul Evans BIG EAST FIRST ROUND
Lost to St. John's 72–80
1992–93 17 11 Paul Evans #13 9 weeks BIG EAST FIRST ROUND
Lost to Syracuse 50–55
NCAA FIRST ROUND
Lost to Utah 65–86
1991–92 18 16 Paul Evans #24 1 week BIG EAST FIRST ROUND
Lost to Miami (FL) 71–83
NIT SWEET SIXTEEN
Beat Penn State 67–65
Lost to Florida 74–77
1990–91 21 12 Paul Evans #11 16 weeks BIG EAST FIRST ROUND
Lost to Seton Hall 70-69
NCAA SECOND ROUND
Beat Georgia 76–68 OT
Lost to Kansas 66–77
1989–90 12 17 Paul Evans #18 3 weeks BIG EAST SECOND ROUND
Beat Boston College 88–70
Lost to Syracuse 55–58
1988–89 17 13 Paul Evans BIG EAST SECOND ROUND
Beat Villanova 71–66
Lost to Georgetown 62–85
NCAA FIRST ROUND
Lost to Ball State 64–68
1987–88 24 7 Paul Evans #2 17 weeks BIG EAST REGULAR SEASON CHAMPS
Beat UConn 75–58
Lost to Villanova 69–72
NCAA SECOND ROUND
Beat Eastern Michigan 108–90
Lost to Vanderbilt 74–80
1986–87 25 8 Paul Evans #7 16 weeks BIG EAST REGULAR SEASON CHAMPS
Beat Seton Hall 96–88
Lost to Syracuse 85–99
NCAA SECOND ROUND
Beat Marist 93–68
Lost to Oklahoma 93–96
1985–86 15 14 Dr. Roy Chipman BIG EAST FIRST ROUND
Lost to Georgetown 56–57 OT
NIT FIRST ROUND
Lost to Missouri State 52–59
1984–85 17 12 Dr. Roy Chipman BIG EAST FIRST ROUND
Lost to Villanova 61–69
NCAA FIRST ROUND
Lost to Louisiana Tech 54–78
1983–84 18 13 Dr. Roy Chipman BIG EAST FIRST ROUND
Lost to Villanova 65–75
NIT ELITE EIGHT
Beat LaSalle 95–91
Beat Florida State 66–63
Lost to Notre Dame 64–72
1982–83 13 15 Dr. Roy Chipman BIG EAST FIRST ROUND
Lost to St. John's 73–91
1981–82 20 10 Dr. Roy Chipman EASTERN 8 CHAMPIONS
Beat Duquesne 66–64
Beat Rutgers 60–47
Beat West Virginia 79–72
NCAA FIRST ROUND
Lost to Pepperdine 88–99
1980–81 19 12 Dr. Roy Chipman EASTERN 8 CHAMPIONS
Beat Rutgers 67–62
Beat Rhode Island 74–45
Beat Duquesne 64–60
NCAA SECOND ROUND
Beat Idaho 70–69
Lost to North Carolina 57–74
1979–80 17 12 Tim Grgurich EASTERN 8 FINAL FOUR
Beat George Washington 77–68
Lost to Villanova 59–72
NIT FIRST ROUND
Lost to Duquesne 63–65
1978–79 18 11 Tim Grgurich EASTERN 8 CHAMPIONSHIP
Beat George Washington 85–80
Beat Villanova 77–64
Lost to Rutgers 57–61
1977–78 16 11 Tim Grgurich EASTERN 8 FINAL FOUR
Beat George Washington 85–83
Lost to Villanova 70–72
1976–77 6 21 Tim Grgurich EASTERN 8 FIRST ROUND
Lost to West Virginia 54–66
1975–76 12 15 Tim Grgurich
1974–75 18 11 Chuck Ridl NIT ELITE EIGHT
Beat Southern Illinois 70–65
Lost to Providence 80–101
1973–74 25 4 Chuck Ridl #7 11 weeks NCAA ELITE EIGHT
Beat St. Joseph's 54–42
Beat Furman 81–78
Lost to NC State 72–100
1972–73 12 14 Chuck Ridl
1971–72 12 12 Chuck Ridl
1970–71 14 10 Chuck Ridl
1969–70 12 12 Chuck Ridl
1968–69 4 20 Chuck Ridl
1967–68 7 15 Bob Timmons
1966–67 6 19 Bob Timmons
1965–66 5 17 Bob Timmons
1964–65 7 16 Bob Timmons
1963–64 17 8 Bob Timmons NIT FIRST ROUND OF 12
Lost to Drake 82–87
1962–63 19 6 Bob Timmons NCAA FIRST ROUND OF 25
Lost to NYU 83–93
1961–62 12 11 Bob Timmons
1960–61 12 11 Bob Timmons
1959–60 11 14 Bob Timmons
1958–59 10 14 Bob Timmons #18 1 week
1957–58 18 7 Bob Timmons NCAA FIRST ROUND OF 24
Lost to Miami (OH) 77–82
1956–57 16 11 Bob Timmons NCAA REGIONAL FOURTH PLACE (Sweet 16)
Beat Morehead State 86–85
Lost to Kentucky 92–98
Lost to Notre Dame 85–86
1955–56 15 10 Bob Timmons
1954–55 10 16 Bob Timmons
1953–54 9 14 Bob Timmons
1952–53 12 11 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1951–52 10 12 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1950–51 9 17 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1949–50 4 14 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1948–49 12 13 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1947–48 10 11 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1946–47 8 10 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1945–46 7 7 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1944–45 8 4 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1943–44 7 7 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1942–43 10 5 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1941–42 5 10 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1940–41 13 6 Dr. H.C. Carlson NCAA FINAL FOUR
Beat North Carolina 26–20
Lost to Wisconsin 30–36
1939–40 8 9 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1938–39 10 8 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1937–38 9 12 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1936–37 14 7 Dr. H.C. Carlson Eastern Intercollegiate Conference CHAMPIONS
1935–36 18 9 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1934–35 18 5 Dr. H.C. Carlson Eastern Intercollegiate Conference CHAMPIONS American Legion Bowl
Lost to LSU 41–37
1933–34 18 4 Dr. H.C. Carlson Eastern Intercollegiate Conference CHAMPIONS
1932–33 17 5 Dr. H.C. Carlson Eastern Intercollegiate Conference CHAMPIONS
1931–32 14 6 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1930–31 20 4 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1929–30 23 2 Dr. H.C. Carlson HELMS Athletic Foundation NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
1928–29 16 5 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1927–28 21 0 Dr. H.C. Carlson HELMS Athletic Foundation NATIONAL CHAMPIONS, PREMO-PORRETTA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
1926–27 10 7 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1925–26 12 5 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1924–25 4 10 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1923–24 10 7 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1922–23 10 5 Dr. H.C. Carlson
1921–22 12 8 Andrew Kerr
1920–21 12 9 Dr. George Flint
1919–20 9 6 Dr. George Flint
1918–19 7 7 Dr. George Flint
1917–18 5 9 Dr. George Flint
1916–17 12 6 Dr. George Flint
1915–16 15 2 Dr. George Flint
1914–15 13 5 Dr. George Flint
1913–14 7 8 Dr. George Flint
1912–13 15 7 Dr. George Flint
1911–12 10 9 Dr. George Flint
1910–11 6 6 Wol Wegner
1907–08 10 6 Harry Hough
1906–07 6 5 Ben Printz
1905–06 2 9 Ben Printz

References[edit]

  • 2008–09 University of Pittsburgh Men's Basketball Media Guide