1950 NCAA Men's Basketball All-Americans

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The consensus 1950 College Basketball All-American team, as determined by aggregating the results of five major All-American teams.[1] To earn "consensus" status, a player must win honors from a majority of the following teams: the Associated Press, Look Magazine, The United Press International, Collier's Magazine and the International News Service.

1950 Consensus All-America team[edit]

Consensus First Team
Player Position Class Team
Paul Arizin F Senior Villanova
Bob Cousy G Senior Holy Cross
Dick Schnittker F Senior Ohio State
Bill Sharman G Senior Southern California
Paul Unruh F Senior Bradley


Consensus Second Team
Player Position Class Team
Chuck Cooper F Senior Duquesne
Don Lofgran F/C Senior San Francisco
Kevin O'Shea G Senior Notre Dame
Don Rehfeldt F Senior Wisconsin
Sherman White C Junior Long Island

Individual All-America teams[edit]

All-America Team
First team Second team Third team
Player School Player School Player School
Associated Press [2] Paul Arizin Villanova Dick Dickey North Carolina State Clyde Lovellette Kansas
Bob Cousy Holy Cross Don Lofgran San Francisco Don Rehfeldt Wisconsin
Kevin O'Shea Notre Dame Sam Ranzino North Carolina State Chuck Share Bowling Green
Dick Schnittker Ohio State Bill Sharman Southern California Bill Spivey Kentucky
Paul Unruh Bradley Whitey Skoog Minnesota Sherman White Long Island
UPI Paul Arizin Villanova Don Lofgran San Francisco Chuck Cooper Duquesne
Bob Cousy Holy Cross Gene Melchiorre Bradley Dick Dickey North Carolina State
Kevin O'Shea Notre Dame Don Rehfeldt Wisconsin Jim Line Kentucky
Dick Schnittker Ohio State Bill Sharman Southern California Chuck Share Bowling Green
Paul Unruh Bradley Sherman White Long Island Bill Spivey Kentucky
Look Magazine[3] Paul Arizin Villanova Don Lofgran San Francisco No third team
Chuck Cooper Duquesne Kevin O'Shea Notre Dame
Bob Cousy Holy Cross John Pilch Wyoming
Dick Schnittker Ohio State Don Rehfeldt Wisconsin
Paul Unruh Bradley Sherman White Long Island
International News Service Paul Arizin Villanova Chuck Cooper Duquesne No third team
Bob Cousy Holy Cross Bob Lavoy Western Kentucky
Dick Schnittker Ohio State Don Lofgran San Francisco
Bill Sharman Southern California Bill Spivey Kentucky
Paul Unruh Bradley Sherman White Long Island
Collier's Bob Cousy Holy Cross Paul Arizin Villanova No third team
Dick Schnittker Ohio State Chet Giermak William & Mary
Bill Sharman Southern California Don Lofgran San Francisco
Paul Unruh Bradley John Pilch Wyoming
Sherman White Long Island Don Rehfeldt Wisconsin

AP Honorable Mention[4]

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