Texas Longhorns men's basketball, 1906–09

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1905–06 season[edit]

Schedule and results[edit]

Coach: Magnus Mainland
Overall Record: 7–1[1][2]
Date Opponent Site Result Record
Mar 10 Baylor    Clark FieldAustin, Texas      W 27–17   1–0
 ? @ Baylor    ? • Waco, Texas      W 32–23   2–0
 ? @ Baylor    ? • Waco, Texas      W 21–17   3–0
 ? @ Baylor    ? • Waco, Texas      W 23–18   4–0
 ? @ Temple YMCA    ? • Temple, Texas      W 30–16   5–0
 ? @ Southwest Texas State    ? • San Marcos, Texas      W 25–9   6–0
 ? @ Southwest Texas State    ? • San Marcos, Texas      W 42–8   7–0
 ? @ San Antonio High School    ? • San Antonio, Texas      L 15–18   7–1

1906–07 season[edit]

Schedule and results[edit]

Coach: Magnus Mainland
Overall Record: 5–4[1][2]
Date Opponent Site Result Record
Jan 24 Palestine YMCA    Clark Field • Austin, Texas      W 35–10   1–0
 ? Decatur Baptist Academy    Clark Field • Austin, Texas      L 23–24   1–1
 ? Baylor    Clark Field • Austin, Texas      W 38–27   2–1
 ? @ Baylor    ? • Waco, Texas      L 21–23   2–2
 ? @ Fort Worth YMCA    ? • Fort Worth, Texas      L 23–27   2–3
 ? @ Baylor    ? • Waco, Texas      L 24–28   2–4
 ? @ Cleburne YMCA    ? • Cleburne, Texas      W 40–36   3–4
 ? San Antonio High School    Clark Field • Austin, Texas      W 36–16   4–4
 ? Lakeside Institute    Clark Field • Austin, Texas      W (score unrecorded)   5–4
4–4 in official UT records (games with unrecorded scores not counted).

1907–08 season[edit]

Schedule and results[edit]

Overall Record: n/a[1][2]
Date Opponent Site Result Record
No team in 1908.

1908–09 season[edit]

Schedule and results[edit]

Coach: W.E. Metzenthin
Overall Record: 6–3[1][2]
Date Opponent Site Result Record
 ? Austin High School    Clark Field • Austin, Texas      W 56–4   1–0
 ? Deaf and Dumb Institute    Clark Field • Austin, Texas      W 39–9   2–0
 ? @ Allen Academy    ? • Bryan, Texas      L 21–42   2–1
 ? @ Allen Academy    ? • Bryan, Texas      L 21–38   2–2
 ? San Antonio High School    Clark Field • Austin, Texas      W 21–19   3–2
 ? Baylor    Clark Field • Austin, Texas      L 34–47   3–3
 ? @ Baylor    ? • Waco, Texas      W 29–21   4–3
 ? Deaf and Dumb Institute    Clark Field • Austin, Texas      W 42–3   5–3
 ? Austin High School    Clark Field • Austin, Texas      W 21–8   6–3

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Pennington, Richard. Longhorn Hoops: The History of Texas Basketball. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1998. ISBN 0-292-76585-1. 
  2. ^ a b c d McConnell, Scott. 2006–07 Texas Basketball Media Guide. Austin: UT Athletics, 2006.