Pat Foster

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Pat Foster

Pat Foster (born June 22, 1939)[1] is a former basketball head coach. Foster coached NCAA men's basketball at Lamar University, University of Houston, and University of Nevada, Reno.[2] At Houston, he succeeded legendary head coach Guy Lewis.

Head coaching record[edit]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Lamar (Southland) (1980–1986)
1980-1981 Lamar 25-5 8-2 1st NCAA (2nd Round)
1981-1982 Lamar 22-7 7-3 2nd NIT (1st Round)
1982-1983 Lamar 23-8 9-3 1st NCAA (2nd Round)
1983-1984 Lamar 26-5 11-1 1st NIT (2nd Round)
1984-1985 Lamar 20-12 8-4 3rd NIT (2nd Round)
1985-1986 Lamar 18-12 6-6 T-4th NIT (1st Round)
Lamar: 134-49 (.732) 49-19
Houston (SWC) (1986–1993)
1986-1987 Houston 18-12 9-7 T-3rd NCAA (1st Round)
1987-1988 Houston 18-13 10-6 T-4th NIT (2nd Round)
1988-1989 Houston 17-14 8-8 T-4th
1989-1990 Houston 25-8 13-3 2nd NCAA (1st Round)
1990-1991 Houston 18-11 10-6 3rd NIT (1st Round)
1991-1992 Houston 25-6 11-3 T-1st NCAA (1st Round)
1992-1993 Houston 21-9 9-5 3rd NIT (1st Round)
Houston: 142-73 (.660) 70-38
Nevada (Big West) (1993–1999)
1993-1994 Nevada 11-17 6-12 T-8th
1994-1995 Nevada 18-11 12-6 4th
1995-1996 Nevada 16-13 9-9 5th
1996-1997 Nevada 21-10 12-4 T-1st (East) NIT (2nd Round)
1997-1998 Nevada 16-12 11-5 2nd
1998-1999 Nevada 8-18 4-12 5th
Nevada: 90-81 (.526) 54-48
Total: 366-203 (.643)

      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

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