Missouri Tigers men's basketball

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Missouri Tigers
2014–15 Missouri Tigers men's basketball team
Missouri Tigers athletic logo
University University of Missouri
Conference SEC
Location Columbia, MO
Head coach Kim Anderson
Arena Mizzou Arena
(Capacity: 15,061)
Nickname Tigers
Colors

Black and MU Gold

            
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
Away
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Alternate jersey
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Team colours
Alternate
Pre-tournament Premo-Porretta champions
1921, 1922
NCAA Tournament Elite Eight
1944, 1976, 1994*, 2002, 2009
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1976, 1980, 1982, 1989, 1994*, 2002, 2009
NCAA Tournament appearances
1944, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994*, 1995, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
Conference tournament champions
1978, 1982, 1987, 1989, 1991, 1993, 2009, 2012
Conference regular season champions

1918, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1930, 1939, 1940, 1976, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1990, 1994

(*-vacated by NCAA)

The Missouri Tigers men's basketball team represents the University of Missouri in the SEC. Prior to the 2012-2013 season the basketball team represented the school in the Big XII Conference. The Tigers are located in Columbia, Missouri. The team last played in the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament in 2013. The Missouri Tigers men's basketball team plays its home games at Mizzou Arena (15,061) and is currently coached by Kim Anderson. The Missouri's men's basketball program was a charter member of the Big 12 Conference, formed from the Big Eight Conference in 1996.[1] Following the 2011-12 season, the Tigers had an all-time record of 1,530–1,047 and a winning percentage of .589. In 2005, Street & Smith's Annual ranked Missouri number 38 on a list of the 100 greatest college basketball programs of all time.[2]

Current coaching staff[edit]

  • Kim Anderson - Head Coach
  • Tim Fuller – Associate Head Coach
  • Brad Loos – Assistant Coach
  • Open Position – Assistant Coach
  • Bryan Tibaldi – Director of Basketball Operations
  • Open Position – Director of Basketball Athletic Performance
  • Toby Lane – Director of Video Operations

Coaching history[edit]

Season-by-season results[edit]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Isadore Anderson (Independent) (1906–1907)
1906–07 Anderson 10–6
A.M. Ebright (Missouri Valley) (1907–1908)
1907–08 Ebright 8–10 0–8 3rd South
Guy Lowman (Missouri Valley) (1908–1910)
1908–09 Lowman 10–5 4–5 T-2nd South
1909–10 Lowman 8–11 3–7 3rd South
Chester Brewer (Missouri Valley) (1910–1911)
1910–11 Brewer 5–7 5–7 4th
Osmond F. Field (Missouri Valley) (1911–1914)
1911–12 Field 5–10 4–9 3rd South
1912–13 Field 13–5 9–3 2nd South
1913–14 Field 4–12 4–12 4th South
Eugene Van Gent (Missouri Valley) (1914–1916)
1914–15 Van Gent 8–6 6–6 3rd
1915–16 Van Gent 12–3 9–2 2nd
John F. Miller (Missouri Valley) (1916–1917)
1916–17 Miller 12–4 10–4 2nd
Walter Meanwell (Missouri Valley) (1917–1918)
1917–18 Meanwell 17–1 15–1
John F. Miller (Missouri Valley) (1918–1919)
1918–19 Miller 14–3 11–3 2nd
Walter Meanwell (Missouri Valley) (1919–1920)
1919–20 Meanwell 17–1 17–1 1st
Craig Ruby (Missouri Valley) (1920–1922)
1920–21 Ruby 17–1 17–1 1st Premo-Porretta National Champions
1921–22 Ruby 16–1 15–1 T-1st Premo-Porretta National Champions
George Bond (Missouri Valley) (1922–1926)
1922–23 Bond 15–3 14–2 2nd
1923–24 Bond 4–14 4–12 T-7th
1924–25 Bond 7–11 6–10 6th
1925–26 Bond 8–10 8–8 4th
George Edwards (Missouri Valley) (1926–1928)
1926–27 Edwards 9–8 6–4 3rd
1927–28 Edwards 9–8 6–4 3rd
George Edwards (Big Six) (1928–1946)
1928–29 Edwards 11–7 6–10 6th
1929–30 Edwards 15–3 8–2 1st
1930–31 Edwards 8–9 5–5 T-3rd
1931–32 Edwards 9–9 6–4 T-2nd
1932–33 Edwards 10–8 6–4 3rd
1933–34 Edwards 10–8 6–4 T-2nd
1934–35 Edwards 7–11 7–9 4th
1935–36 Edwards 5–12 2–8 6th
1936–37 Edwards 7–9 2–8 5th
1937–38 Edwards 9–9 4–6 T-3rd
1938–39 Edwards 12–6 7–3 T-1st
1939–40 Edwards 13–6 8–2 T-1st
1940–41 Edwards 6–10 2–8 6th
1941–42 Edwards 6–12 2–8 6th
1942–43 Edwards 7–10 5–5 T-3rd
1943–44 Edwards 10–9 5–5 T-3rd NCAA First Round
1944–45 Edwards 8–10 5–5 T-3rd
1945–46 Edwards 6–11 3–7 T-4th
Wilbur Stalcup (Big Six) (1946–1948)
1946–47 Stalcup 15–10 6–4 2nd
1947–48 Stalcup 14–10 7–5 T-2nd
Wilbur Stalcup (Big Seven) (1948–1958)
1948–49 Stalcup 11–13 6–6 4th
1949–50 Stalcup 14–10 6–8 4th
1950–51 Stalcup 16–8 8–4 T-2nd
1951–52 Stalcup 14–10 6–6 3rd
1952–53 Stalcup 12–9 6–6 3rd
1953–54 Stalcup 11–10 6–6 3rd
1954–55 Stalcup 16–5 9–3 2nd
1955–56 Stalcup 15–7 8–4 T-2nd
1956–57 Stalcup 10–13 4–8 6th
1957–58 Stalcup 9–13 3–9 T-6th
Wilbur Stalcup (Big Eight) (1958–1962)
1958–59 Stalcup 6–19 3–11 8th
1959–60 Stalcup 12–13 5–9 6th
1960–61 Stalcup 9–15 8–6 4th
1961–62 Stalcup 9–16 3–11 T-7th
Bob Vanatta (Big Eight) (1962–1967)
1962–63 Vanatta 10–15 5–9 T-6th
1963–64 Vanatta 13–11 7–7 T-4th
1964–65 Vanatta 13–11 8–6 T-3rd
1965–66 Vanatta 3–21 1–13 8th
1966–67 Vanatta 3–22 1–13 8th
Norm Stewart (Big Eight) (1967–1996)
1967–68 Stewart 10–16 5–9 6th
1968–69 Stewart 14–11 7–7 5th
1969–70 Stewart 15–11 7–7 T-3rd
1970–71 Stewart 17–9 9–5 T-2nd
1971–72 Stewart 21–6 10–4 2nd NIT First Round
1972–73 Stewart 21–6 9–5 T-2nd NIT First Round
1973–74 Stewart 12–14 3–11 T-7th
1974–75 Stewart 18–9 9–5 3rd NCIT First Round
1975–76 Stewart 26–5 12–2 1st NCAA Elite Eight
1976–77 Stewart 21–8 9–5 3rd
1977–78 Stewart 14–16 4–10 T-6th NCAA First Round
1978–79 Stewart 13–15 8–6 T-2nd
1979–80 Stewart 25–6 11–3 1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1980–81 Stewart 22–10 10–4 1st NCAA First Round
1981–82 Stewart 27–4 12–2 1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1982–83 Stewart 26–8 12–2 1st NCAA First Round
1983–84 Stewart 16–14 5–9 T-6th
1984–85 Stewart 18–14 7–7 T-3rd NIT First Round
1985–86 Stewart 21–14 8–6 T-3rd NCAA First Round
1986–87 Stewart 24–10 11–3 1st NCAA First Round
1987–88 Stewart 19–11 7–7 4th NCAA First Round
1988–89 Stewart 29–8 10–4 2nd NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1989–90 Stewart 26–6 12–2 1st NCAA First Round
1990–91 Stewart 20–10 8–6 4th
1991–92 Stewart 21–9 8–6 T-2nd NCAA Second Round
1992–93 Stewart 19–14 5–9 7th NCAA First Round
1993–94 Stewart 28–4 14–0 1st NCAA Elite Eight1
1994–95 Stewart 20–9 8–6 4th NCAA Second Round
1995–96 Stewart 18–15 6–8 5th NIT Second Round
Norm Stewart (Big 12) (1996–1999)
1996–97 Stewart 16–17 5–11 10th
1997–98 Stewart 17–15 8–8 T-5th NIT First Round
1998–99 Stewart 20–9 11–5 T-2nd NCAA First Round
Quin Snyder (Big 12) (1999–2006)
1999–00 Snyder 18–13 10–6 6th NCAA First Round
2000–01 Snyder 20–13 9–7 6th NCAA Second Round
2001–02 Snyder 25–11 9–7 6th NCAA Elite Eight
2002–03 Snyder 22–11 9–7 T-5th NCAA Second Round
2003–04 Snyder 16–14 9–7 5th NIT First Round
2004–05 Snyder 16–17 7–9 T-8th NIT First Round
2005–06 Snyder/Watkins 12–16 5–11 11th
Mike Anderson (Big 12) (2006–2011)
2006–07 Anderson 18–12 7–9 6th
2007–08 Anderson 16–16 6–10 10th
2008–09 Anderson 31–7 12–4 3rd NCAA Elite Eight
2009–10 Anderson 23–11 10–6 5th NCAA Second Round
2010–11 Anderson 23–11 8–8 T-5th NCAA First Round
Frank Haith (Big 12) (2011–2012)
2011–12 Haith 30–5 14–4 2nd NCAA First Round
Frank Haith (SEC) (2012–present)
2012–13 Haith 23–11 11–7 T-5th NCAA First Round
2013–14 Haith/Fuller 24–12 9-9 T–6th NIT Second Round
Total:

      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

1Missouri vacated three tournament wins in 1996.

Record vs. Big 12 opponents[edit]

Missouri
vs.
Overall Record at Columbia at Opponent's
Venue
at Neutral Site Last 5 Meetings Last 10 Meetings Current Streak During Time
in Big 12
Baylor MU, 16-10 MU, 10-2 BU, 6-4 Tied, 2-2 MU, 4-1 MU, 7-3 W 4 MU, 13-6
Iowa State MU, 149-84 MU, 84-21 ISU, 56-49 MU, 16-5 MU, 5-0 MU, 9-1 W 9 MU, 20-14
Kansas KU, 173-95 KU, 65-57 KU, 89-31 KU, 19-7 KU, 4-1 KU, 8-2 L 1 KU, 25-10
Kansas State KSU, 118-117 MU, 64-41 KSU, 60-44 KSU, 15-8 KSU, 4-1 KSU, 6-4 L 3 MU, 18-15
Oklahoma OU, 112-97 MU, 62-31 OU, 65-21 OU, 16-14 MU, 4-1 MU, 7-3 W 3 OU, 13-11
Oklahoma State MU, 77-41 MU, 45-7 OSU, 29-21 MU, 10-5 MU, 3-2 MU, 7-3 W 2 MU, 11-9
Texas MU, 14-12 MU, 7-4 UT, 6-4 MU, 3-2 MU, 4-1 MU, 6-4 W 3 UT, 11-9
Texas A&M MU, 14-11 MU, 6-3 TAMU, 7-4 MU, 4-1 MU, 3-2 TAMU, 7-3 W 1 Tied, 10-10
Texas Tech MU, 15-8 MU, 8-2 TTU, 6-3 MU, 4-0 MU, 5-0 MU, 8-2 W 7 MU, 13-7
*As of March 14, 2013

Record vs. Other opponents (at least 15 games played)[edit]

Missouri
vs.
Overall Record at Columbia at Opponent's
Venue
at Neutral Site Last 5 Meetings Last 10 Meetings Current Streak
Colorado MU, 99-53 MU, 57-11 CU, 34-30 MU, 12-8 MU, 4-1 MU, 9-1 W 1
Creighton MU, 9-7 MU, 3-2 Tied, 4-4 MU, 2-1 MU, 3-2 CU, 6-4 L 1
Drake MU, 27-7 MU, 17-3 MU, 10-4 Tied, 0-0 MU, 4-1 MU, 8-2 W 4
Illinois UI, 28-16 UI, 3-2 UI, 4-1 UI, 21-13 MU, 4-1 UI, 6-4 L 1
Indiana Tied, 9-9 MU, 5-3 IU, 6-3 MU, 1-0 MU, 4-1 Tied, 5-5 W 3
Iowa UI, 10-7 MU, 4-2 UI, 7-2 Tied, 1-1 MU, 3-2 Tied, 5-5 W 2
Nebraska MU, 126-93 MU, 70-25 NU, 56-42 MU, 14-12 MU, 3-2 Tied, 5-5 L 1
Saint Louis MU, 21-19 SLU, 12-10 MU, 10-7 MU, 1-0 MU, 3-2 Tied, 5-5 W 2
Washington U. of StL MU, 71-29 MU, 42-8 MU, 29-21 Tied, 0-0 MU, 5-0 MU, 8-2 W 7
*As of January 24, 2014

Record vs. SEC opponents[edit]

Missouri
vs.
Overall Record at Columbia at Opponent's
Venue
at Neutral Site Last 5 Meetings Last 10 Meetings Current Streak Since Joining SEC
Alabama UA, 5-3 MU, 2-1 UA, 2-0 UA, 2-1 MU, 3-2 UA, 5-3 L 1 MU, 2-1
Arkansas MU, 21-20 MU, 12-8 UA, 11-9 UA, 1-0 MU, 3-2 UA, 6-4 W 3 MU, 3-1
Auburn MU, 2-0 MU, 1-0 MU, 1-0 Tied, 0-0 MU, 2-0 MU, 2-0 W 2 MU, 2-0
Florida UF, 3-1 MU, 1-0 UF, 2-0 UF, 1-0 UF, 3-1 UF, 3-1 L 2 UF, 3-1
Georgia MU, 4-2 MU, 2-1 Tied, 1-1 MU, 1-0 MU, 3-2 MU, 4-2 L 2 UG, 2-1
Kentucky UK, 6-0 UK, 1-0 UK, 3-0 UK, 2-0 UK, 5-0 UK, 6-0 L 6 UK, 2-0
Louisiana State LSU, 3-1 MU, 1-0 LSU, 2-0 LSU, 1-0 LSU, 3-1 LSU, 3-1 L 1 LSU, 2-1
Mississippi UM, 3-1 MU, 1-0 UM, 2-0 UM, 1-0 UM, 3-1 UM, 3-1 L 2 UM, 3-1
Mississippi State MU, 4-1 MU, 3-0 Tied, 1-1 Tied, 0-0 MU, 4-1 MU, 4-1 W 2 MU, 2-0
South Carolina MU, 3-0 MU, 2-0 MU, 1-0 Tied, 0-0 MU, 3-0 MU, 3-0 W 3 MU, 3-0
Tennessee MU, 5-4 MU, 3-0 UT, 3-2 UT, 1-0 UT, 3-2 MU, 5-4 L 1 UT, 2-1
Texas A&M MU, 16-11 MU, 7-3 TAMU, 7-4 MU, 5-1 MU, 4-1 Tied, 5-5 W 3 MU, 3-1
Vanderbilt Tied, 4-4 MU, 4-0 VU, 3-0 VU, 1-0 MU, 3-2 Tied, 4-4 W 1 MU, 2-1
*As of March 24, 2014

NCAA Tournament seeding history[edit]

The NCAA began seeding the tournament with the 1979 edition.

Years → '79 '80 '81 '82 '83 '84 '85 '86 '87 '88 '89 '90 '91 '92 '93 '94 '95 '96 '97 '98 '99 '00 '01 '02 '03 '04 '05 '06 '07 '08 '09 '10 '11 '12 '13 '14
Seeds→ - 5 9 2 2 - - 11 4 6 3 3 - 5 10 1 8 - - - 8 9 9 12 6 - - - - - 3 10 11 2 9 -

Retired jerseys[edit]

Tigers in the NBA[edit]

Current[edit]

Former[edit]

Tigers in the NBA D-League[edit]

Current[edit]

Former[edit]

Tigers in European leagues[edit]

Current[edit]

Tigers in other leagues[edit]

Current[edit]

Missouri Tigers All-Americans[edit]

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