1923–24 Michigan Wolverines men's basketball team

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1923–24 Michigan Wolverines men's basketball
A maize block M with blue-colored borders.
Conference Big Ten Conference
1923–24 record 10-7 (6-6 Big Ten)
Head coach E. J. Mather
Captain Howard M. Birks
Home arena Yost Field House
Seasons
« 1922–23 1924–25 »
1923–24 Big Ten Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Wisconsin 8 4   .667     11 5   .688
Chicago 8 4   .667     11 6   .647
Illinois 8 4   .667     11 6   .647
Ohio State 7 5   .583     12 5   .706
Purdue 7 5   .583     12 5   .706
Indiana 7 5   .583     11 6   .647
Michigan 6 6   .500     10 7   .588
Minnesota 5 7   .417     9 8   .529
Iowa 4 8   .333     7 10   .412
Northwestern 0 12   .000     0 16   .000
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1923–24 Michigan Wolverines men's basketball team represented the University of Michigan in intercollegiate basketball during the 1923–24 season. The team compiled a record of 10-7. E. J. Mather was in his fifth year as the team's coach, and Howard M. Birks was the team captain.[1]

Players[edit]

  • Howard M. "Hoppy" Birks, Chicago, Illinois - team captain, center and varsity letter winner
  • Royal F. Cherry, Grand Rapids, Michigan - guard and varsity letter winner
  • Roy F. Deng, Mt. Clemens, Michigan - guard and varsity letter winner
  • Richard F. Doyle, Galesburg, Michigan - center and varsity letter winner
  • George Haggarty, Ypsilanti, Michigan - forward and varsity letter winner
  • William P. "Bill" Henderson, Detroit, Michigan - forward and varsity letter winner
  • Fay Kendrick - aMa letter winner
  • Harry Kipke, Lansing, Michigan - guard and varsity letter winner
  • Carl C. Kresbach, Monroe, Michigan - aMa letter winner
  • Joseph M. Landre, Binghamton, New York - aMa letter winner
  • Edward D. Line, Detroit, Michigan - forward and varsity letter winner
  • Arthur B. "Bus" McWood - center and varsity letter winner
  • Kenneth Morgaridge, Chicago, Illinois - forward and varsity letter winner
  • Irwin Stegmeier,[2] Grand Rapids, Michigan - aMa letter winner

Coaching staff[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1924 Michiganensian, p. 263.
  2. ^ Irwin Ernest Stegmeier, born April 28, 1901, died August 13, 1981.