1963–64 Fenn College Foxes men's basketball team

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1963–64 Fenn College Foxes men's basketball
Fenn Foxes Basketball logo Press Release.PNG
Conference Independent
1963–64 record 10–9
Head coach Jim Rodriguez
Home arena Cathedral Latin High School
St. Stanislaus High School
Seasons

The 1963–64 Fenn College Foxes men's basketball team represented Fenn College in the 1963–64 college basketball season. They participated in the NCAA College Division. The team was led by fifth-year head coach Jim Rodriguez. In 1962–63, the Foxes finished 9–9. All home games were played at Cathedral Latin High School except for two games. Those two games were on February 11, 1964, and February 19, 1964, and played at St. Stanislaus High School. The 10–9 season marked the first winning season for Fenn College since the 1949–50 season. It was also only the third winning season in school history. It was the 33rd season of Cleveland State basketball.

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Rank Location Result Overall
Regular Season Games
November 30, 1963 Kenyon College Cleveland, OH W 66–42 1–0
December 3, 1963 Ashland Away W 61–55 2–0
December 7, 1963 Detroit Tech Cleveland, OH W 90–58 3–0
December 10, 1963 Walsh Cleveland, OH W 112–72 4–0
December 13, 1963 Slippery Rock Away L 57–73 4–1
January 7, 1964 Edinboro Away L 82–94 4–2
January 10, 1964 Case Western Away L 72–97 4–3
January 22, 1964 Allegheny College Away W 83–63 5–3
January 25, 1964 Thiel College Away W 92–77 6–3
January 28, 1964 Cedarville College Cleveland, OH L 77–93 6–4
February 1, 1964 Clarion Away L 81–95 6–5
February 4, 1964 Hiram College Away L 74–77 6–6
February 8, 1964 Heidelberg College Away L 69–95 6–7
February 11, 1964 Western Reserve Cleveland, OH W 75–67 7–7
February 13, 1964 Malone College Cleveland, OH W 93–84 8–7
February 19, 1964 Case Tech Cleveland, OH W 74–52 9–7
February 22, 1964 Indiana State College Cleveland, OH L 70–91 9–8
February 26, 1964 John Carroll Away L 64–73 9–9
March 3, 1964 Carnegie Tech Cleveland, OH W 80–74 10–9