Texas Tech Matadors basketball (1925 to 1935)

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The Texas Tech Matadors basketball teams represented Texas Technological College (now Texas Tech University) in the college basketball seasons of 1925–26 to 1934–35.[1]

1925–26[edit]

1925–26 Texas Tech Matadors men's basketball
Conference Independent
1925–26 record 6–8
Head coach Grady Higginbotham (1st season)
Seasons

Source:[1]

1926–27[edit]

1926–27 Texas Tech Matadors men's basketball
Conference Independent
1926–27 record 8–10
Head coach Grady Higginbotham (2nd season)
Seasons

Source:[1]

1927–28[edit]

1927–28 Texas Tech Matadors men's basketball
Conference Independent
1927–28 record 9–7
Head coach Victor Payne (1st season)
Seasons

Source:[1]

1928–29[edit]

1928–29 Texas Tech Matadors men's basketball
Conference Independent
1928–29 record 9–8
Head coach Victor Payne (2nd season)
Seasons

Source:[1]

1929–30[edit]

1929–30 Texas Tech Matadors men's basketball
Conference Independent
1929–30 record 13–6
Head coach Victor Payne (3rd season)
Seasons

Source:[1]

1930–31[edit]

1930–31 Texas Tech Matadors men's basketball
Conference Independent
1930–31 record 11–9
Head coach W. L. Golightly (1st season)
Seasons

Source:[1]

1931–32[edit]

1931–32 Texas Tech Matadors men's basketball
Conference Independent
1931–32 record 9–14
Head coach Dell Morgan (1st season)
Seasons

Source:[1]

1932–33[edit]

1932–33 Texas Tech Matadors men's basketball
Border Conference regular season champion
Conference Border Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1932–33 record 9–14 (8–0 Border)
Head coach Dell Morgan (2nd season)
Seasons

Source:[1]

1933–34[edit]

1933–34 Texas Tech Matadors men's basketball
Border Conference regular season champion
Conference Border Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1933–34 record 18–5 (7–1 Border)
Head coach Dell Morgan (3rd season)
Seasons

Source:[1]

1934–35[edit]

1934–35 Texas Tech Matadors men's basketball
Border Conference regular season champion
Conference Border Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1934–35 record 14–10 (9–1 Border)
Head coach Virgil Ballard (1st season)
Seasons

Source:[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "2009–10 Texas Tech Red Raiders Basketball Media Guide" (PDF). Texas Tech University. Retrieved 2010-01-04.