1944–45 Oregon Webfoots men's basketball team

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1944–45 Oregon Webfoots men's basketball
NCAA Tournament
Regional Third Place vs. Utah, W, 69-66
Conference Pacific Coast Conference
Division North
1944–45 record 30–15 (11–5 PCC)
Head coach John Warren
Home arena McArthur Court
Seasons
1944–45 Pacific Coast Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
North
Oregon 11 5   .688     30 15   .667
Washington State 11 5   .688     23 13   .639
Oregon State 10 6   .625     20 8   .714
Washington 5 11   .313     22 18   .550
Idaho 3 13   .188     13 20   .394
South
UCLA 3 1   .750     12 12   .500
USC 2 2   .500     15 9   .625
California 1 3   .250     7 8   .467
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1944–45 Oregon Webfoots men's basketball team were a college basketball team that represented the University of Oregon during the 1944–45 NCAA men's basketball season. The Webfoots, coached by John Warren, played in the Pacific Coast Conference (PCC) and compiled a 30–15 win–loss record in regular and postseason competition and an 11–5 record in conference play. Overall they finished with a home record of 13–6, away record of 16–7, and a neutral record of 1–2. They finished 3rd regionally in the NCAA Tournament. With a total of 45 games played, that is the most in NCAA history for one season.

Schedule[edit]

Pacific Coast Conference Standing: 1st
Date Opponent* Location Time# Result Overall Conference
Regular Season Games
November 10, 1944 Seattle Coast Guard Home L 58-67 0–1
November 11, 1944 Seattle Coast Guard Home L 44-53 0–2
November 17, 1944 Willamette Navy Home W 55-35 1–2
November 18, 1944 Willamette Away W 69-49 2–2
November 22, 1944 Astoria Navy Home W 60-49 3–2
November 24, 1944 Klamath Falls Marines Away W 51-36 4–2
November 25, 1944 Klamath Falls Marines Away W 60-40 5–2
November 29, 1944 Fees Music Home L 38-40 5–3
November 30, 1944 Tillamook Navy Home W 60-36 6–3
December 1, 1944 Willamette Navy Home W 70-51 7–3
December 2, 1944 Willamette Navy Away W 47-36 8–3
December 15, 1944 Klamath Falls Marines Home W 68-65 9–3
December 16, 1944 Klamath Falls Marines Home W 70-57 10–3
December 18, 1944 British Columbia Away W 55-51 11–3
December 19, 1944 British Columbia Away W 63-59 12–3
December 20, 1944 Western Washington[1] Away W 50-45[2] 13–3
December 21, 1944 Fort Lewis Away L 38-52 13–4
December 22, 1944 Washington[3] Astoria, OR L 18-31 13–5
December 23, 1944 Washington[3] Away L 31-32 13–6
December 26, 1944 Vancouver CC Away L 37-49 13–7
December 27, 1944 Fees Music Away L 43-50 13–8
December 28, 1944 Oregon Medical Away W 49-39 14–8
December 29, 1944 Hanford All Stars Away W 52-33 15–8
December 30, 1944 Tillamook Navy Away W 62-41 16–8
January 5, 1945 Idaho Away W 48-38 17–8 1–0
January 6, 1945 Idaho Away W 41-38 18–8 2–0
January 8, 1945 Washington State University Away L 36-45 18–9 2–1
January 9, 1945 Washington State University Away W 47-34 19–9 3–1
January 13, 1945 Oregon State Away W 51-44 20–9 4–1
January 19, 1945 Washington State University Home L 43-54 20–10 4–2
January 20, 1945 Washington State University Home W 64-48 21–10 5–2
January 26, 1945 Washington Home W 59-36 22–10 6–2
January 27, 1945 Washington Home W 54-51 23–10 7–2
February 2, 1945 Washington Away L 56-59 23–11 7–3
February 3, 1945 Washington Away W 54-51 24–11 8–3
February 10, 1945 Oregon State Home L 51-55 24–12 8–4
February 17, 1945 Oregon State Away L 43-45 24–13 8–5
February 20, 1945 Idaho Home W 56-45 25–13 9–5
February 21, 1945 Idaho Home W 67-47 26–13 10–5
March 3, 1945 Oregon State Home W 47-38 27–13 11–5
Pacific Coast Conference Northern Division Playoff
March 10, 1945 Washington State University Away W 51-41 28–13 11–5
March 16, 1945 Washington State University Home L 48-53 28–14 11–5
March 17, 1945 Washington State University Home W 39-37 29–14 11–5
NCAA Tournament
March 23, 1945 Arkansas Kansas City, MO L 76-79 29–15 11–5
March 24, 1945 Utah Kansas City, MO W 69-66 30–15 11–5
All times are in PST. Conference games in BOLD.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ NCAA (2010). "Western Washington University Vikings Men's Basketball Media Guide 2010-11" (PDF). Western Washington University. Retrieved 2010-12-31. 
  2. ^ Western Washington has the final score as 50-46.
  3. ^ a b NCAA (2010). "Washington Huskies Men's Basketball Media Guide 2010-11 Record Book" (PDF). University of Washington. Archived (PDF) from the original on 9 December 2010. Retrieved 2010-12-31.