1924–25 Illinois Fighting Illini men's basketball team

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1924–25 Illinois Fighting Illini men's basketball
1924-25 Fighting Illini men's basketball team.jpg
Conference Big Ten Conference
1924–25 record 11–6 (8–4 Big Ten)
Head coach J. Craig Ruby
Assistant coach Jack Lipe
David M. Bullock (Trainer)[1]
Captain John Mauer
Home arena Kenney Gym
Seasons
« 1923–24 1925–26 »
1924–25 Big Ten Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Ohio State 11 1   .917     14 2   .875
Indiana 8 4   .667     12 5   .706
Illinois 8 4   .667     11 6   .647
Purdue 7 4   .636     9 5   .643
Michigan 6 5   .545     8 6   .571
Minnesota 6 6   .500     9 7   .563
Iowa 5 7   .417     6 10   .375
Northwestern 4 8   .333     6 11   .353
Wisconsin 3 9   .250     6 11   .353
Chicago 1 11   .083     3 14   .176
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1924–25 Illinois Fighting Illini men's basketball team represented the University of Illinois.

Regular season[edit]

The 1924–25 season for Fighting Illini coach, Craig Ruby, had an identical record both overall as well as within the conference as the previous season. Both seasons finished with overall records of 11 wins and 6 losses with 8 wins and 4 losses within the conference. The 1924–25 Fighting Illini, however, would place in a tie for third place within the conference. This campaign would produce a crossroad for the Fighting Illini's program. Huff Hall's construction would be completed in 1925 and this season would be the Illini's final full season in Kenney Gym.[2] The starting lineup included captain John Mauer, Jack Lipe and Leonard Haines at guard, T.D. Karnes and Russell Daugherity at forward, with Hollie Martin at center.[3]

Team[edit]

No. Player Position Class Hometown
1 John Mauer (captain) Forward Junior Batavia, Illinois
2 Leonard Haines Guard Junior Belvidere, Illinois
3 Russell Daugherity Forward Junior Streator, Illinois
4 Hollie Martin Center Junior Perrysville, Indiana
5 Jack Lipe Guard Senior Decatur, Illinois
6 Kenneth L. Reynolds Guard Sophomore Villa Grove, Illinois
8 George Rea Forward Sophomore Urbana, Illinois
9 William Summerland Weeks Forward Sophomore Detroit, Minnesota
10 T. Don Karnes Forward Senior Fairbury, Illinois
11 Cecil F. Hollopeter Guard Junior Spencerville, Indiana
12 Willis J. Tewksbury Forward Junior Lyons, Illinois
13 Donald C. Seaton Forward Sophomore El Paso, Illinois
14 William Jennings Barmore Forward Sophomore Villa Grove, Illinois
15 Chas Kassel Guard Sophomore Melrose Park, Illinois

[4]

Schedule[edit]

Source[5]

Date
Time, TV
Opponent Result Record Site (Attendance)
City, State
12/13/1924*
no, no
vs Depauw W 27–23  1-0 (0-0)
Kenney Gym (4,288)
Urbana, IL
12/19/1924*
no, no
vs Washington University W 36–19  2-0 (0-0)
Kenney Gym (3,969)
Urbana, IL
12/30/1924*
no, no
@ Butler L 22–24  2-1 (0-0)
Butler Gymnasium (-)
Indianapolis, IN
1/2/1925*
no, no
vs Kentucky W 36–26  3-1 (0-0)
Kenney Gym (4,381)
Urbana, IL
1/10/1925
no, no
@ University of Chicago W 27–16  4-1 (1-0)
Bartlett Gymnasium (2,695)
Chicago, IL
1/14/1925
no, no
@ Northwestern W 27–16  5-1 (2-0)
Patten Gymnasium (-)
Evanston, IL
1/17/1925
no, no
vs Indiana W 34–24  6-1 (3-0)
Kenney Gym (4,722)
Urbana, IL
1/24/1925
no, no
vs Iowa W 23–15  7-1 (4-0)
Kenney Gym (4,725)
Urbana, IL
2/7/1925*
no, no
@ Notre Dame L 18–29  7-2 (4-0)
Notre Dame Fieldhouse (-)
Notre Dame, IN
2/12/1925
no, no
vs Northwestern W 30–20  8-2 (5-0)
Kenney Gym (4,710)
Urbana, IL
2/14/1925
no, no
vs University of Chicago W 19–15  9-2 (6-0)
Kenney Gym (4,712)
Urbana, IL
2/21/1925
no, no
vs Wisconsin W 35–25  10-2 (7-0)
Kenney Gym (4,714)
Urbana, IL
2/23/1925
no, no
@ Indiana L 24–30  10-3 (7-1)
Men's Gymnasium (-)
Bloomington, IN
2/27/1925
no, no
vs Iowa L 25–33  10-4 (7-2)
Iowa Armory (-)
Iowa City, IA
3/2/1925
no, no
@ Purdue L 18–34  10-5 (7-3)
Memorial Gymnasium (-)
West Lafayette, IN
3/6/1925
no, no
vs Purdue W 37–27  11-5 (8-3)
Kenney Gym (4,713)
Urbana, IL
3/9/1925
no, no
@ Wisconsin L 9–24  11-6 (8-4)
University of Wisconsin Armory and Gymnasium (-)
Madison, WI
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Central Time.

Bold Italic connotes conference game


Awards and honors[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ National Athletic Trainer Association
  2. ^ A Century of Orange and Blue: Celebrating 100 Years of Fighting Illini Basketball By Loren Tate, Jared Gelfond pg.18 ISBN 1-58261-793-7
  3. ^ Fighting Illini Basketball: A Hardwood History By News-Gazette, Sports Publishing LLC ISBN 1-58261-356-7
  4. ^ All-Time Illini Rosters
  5. ^ University of Illinois Fighting Illini Statistics Summary for 1924-25, FightingIllini.com

See also[edit]