UIC Flames men's basketball

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UIC Flames
2014–15 UIC Flames men's basketball team
UIC Flames athletic logo
University University of Illinois at Chicago
Conference Horizon
Location Chicago, IL
Head coach Howard Moore (5th year)
Arena UIC Pavilion
(Capacity: 6,958)
Nickname Flames
Colors

Navy Blue and Fire Engine Red

            
NCAA Tournament appearances
1998, 2002, 2004
Conference tournament champions
2002, 2004
Conference regular season champions

Mid-Continent Conference
1984


Horizon League
1998

The UIC Flames men's basketball team represents the University of Illinois at Chicago in Chicago, Illinois, United States. The school's team currently competes in the Horizon League, in which it has competed since the 1994-95 season.[1] The Flames are currently coached by Howard Moore.

Postseason[edit]

NCAA Tournament Results[edit]

The Flames have appeared in three NCAA Tournaments. Their combined record is 0–3.

Year Round Opponent Result/Score
1998 First Round UNC-Charlotte L 62–77
2002 First Round Oklahoma L 63–71
2004 First Round Kansas L 53–78

NIT Results[edit]

The Flames have appeared in one National Invitation Tournament (NIT). Their record is 0–1.

Year Round Opponent Result/Score
2003 First Round Western Michigan L 62–63

CIT Results[edit]

The Flames have appeared in one CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT). Their record is 1–1.

Year Round Opponent Result/Score
2013 First Round
Second Round
Chicago State
Northern Iowa
W 80–69
L 51–63

Yearly records[edit]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Leo Gedvilas (1947–1958)
1947–48 1–15
1948–49 6–12
1949–50 12–6
1950–51 11–6
1951–52 8–8
1952–53 9–8
1953–54 13–3
1954–55 15–2
1955–56 8–7
1956–57 9–7
1957–58 10–6
Leo Gedvilas: 102–80 (.560)
Dick Rader (1958–1960)
1958–59 8–6
1959–60 11–10
Dick Rader: 19–16 (.543)
Mike Maksud (1960–1962)
1960–61 10–11
1961–62 11–15
Mike Maksud: 21–26 (.447)
Tom Russo (1962–1972)
1962–63 9–9
1963–64 9–9
1964–65 9–9
1965–66 6–15
1966–67 8–7
1967–68 12–5
1968–69 11–11
1969–70 10–10
1970–71 4–21
1971–72 4–17
Tom Russo: 82–113 (.421)
Ed McQuillan (1972–1977)
1972–73 6–16
1973–74 8–18
1974–75 8–18
1975–76 8–18
1976–77 8–18
Ed McQuillan: 38–88 (.302)
Tom Meyer (1977–1983)
1977–78 13–14
1978–79 13–14
1979–80 11–16
1980–81 10–17
NCAA Division I (1981–present)
1981–82 14–13
Mid-Continent Conference (1982–1994)
1982–83 16–12 7–4 4th
Tom Meyer: 77–86 (.472) 7–4 (.636)
Willie Little (1983–1987)
1983–84 22–7 12–2 1st
1984–85 14–14 7–7 5th
1985–86 13–16 7–7 5th
1986–87 17–15 9–5 3rd
Willie Little: 66–52 (.559) 35–21 (.625)
Bob Hallberg (1987–1996)
1987–88 8–20 4–10 6th
1988–89 13–17 3–9 8th
1989–90 16–12 6–6 5th
1990–91 15–15 5–11 8th
1991–92 16–14 10–6 3rd
1992–93 17–15 9–7 4th
1993–94 20–9 14–4 3rd
Mid-Continent Conference: 93–78 (.544)
Midwestern Collegiate Conference/Horizon League (1994–present)
1994–95 18–9 11–4 T–2nd
1995–96 10–18 5–11 T–6th
Bob Hallberg: 133–129 (.508) 51–53 (.490) (Mid-Continent)
16–15 (.516) (Midwestern Collegiate)
Jimmy Collins (1996–2010)
1996–97 15–14 11–5 T–6th
1997–98 22–6 12–2 T–1st NCAA First Round
1998–99 7–21 2–12 8th
1999-00 11–20 5–9 7th
2000-01 11–17 5–9 6th
2001-02 20–14 8–8 6th NCAA First Round
2002–03 21–9 12–4 3rd NIT First Round
2003–04 24–8 12–4 2nd NCAA First Round
2004–05 15–14 8–8 T–4th
2005–06 16–15 8–8 T–3rd
2006–07 14–18 7–9 T–4th
2007–08 18–15 9–9 T–4th
2008–09 16–15 7–11 T–6th
2009-10 8–22 3–15 9th
Jimmy Collins: 218–208 (.512) 109–113 (.491)
Howard Moore (2010–present)
2010-11 7–24 2–16 T–9th
2011-12 8-22 3-15 9th
2012-13 18-16 7-9 T-5th CIT second round
2013-14 6-25 1-15 9th
Howard Moore: 39-87 (.302) 13-55 (.191)
Horizon League: 138-183 (.430)
Division I: 486-501 (.492)
Total: 795-885 (.473)

      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

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Horizon League Men's Basketball Record Book". amazonaws.com. Horizon League. Retrieved 2011-08-23.