Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball under Gerald Myers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Gerald Myers coached the Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball teams from 1971 to 1991, before stepping down to become the athletic director for the Texas Tech Red Raiders. In Myers' twenty seasons at Texas Tech, he compiled a 326–261 record. Under Myers, the Red Raiders won two conference championships and earned four trips to the NCAA tournament and one to the NIT tournament.[1]

1970–71[edit]

1970–71 Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball
Conference Southwest Conference
1970–71 record 11–13 (6–8 SWC)
Head coach Bob Bass
Gerald Myers (interim)
Assistant coach Gerald Myers (2nd season)
Home arena Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
Seasons

Source:[2]

1971–72[edit]

1971–72 Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball
Conference Southwest Conference
1971–72 record 14–12 (8–6 SWC)
Head coach Gerald Myers (2nd season)
Home arena Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
Seasons

Source:[2]

1972–73[edit]

1973–74[edit]

1973–74 Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball
Conference Southwest Conference
1973–74 record 17–9 (10–4 SWC)
Head coach Gerald Myers (3rd season)
Home arena Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
Seasons

Source:[2]

1974–75[edit]

1974–75 Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball
Conference Southwest Conference
1974–75 record 18–8 (11–3 SWC)
Head coach Gerald Myers (5th season)
Home arena Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
Seasons

Source:[2]

1975–76[edit]

1976–77[edit]

1976–77 Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball
Conference Southwest Conference
1976–77 record 20–9 (12–4 SWC)
Head coach Gerald Myers (7th season)
Home arena Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
Seasons

Source:[2]

1977–78[edit]

1977–78 Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball
Conference Southwest Conference
1977–78 record 19–10 (10–6 SWC)
Head coach Gerald Myers (8th season)
Home arena Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
Seasons

Source:[2]

1978–79[edit]

1979–80[edit]

1979–80 Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball
Conference Southwest Conference
1979–80 record 16–13 (8–8 SWC)
Head coach Gerald Myers (10th season)
Home arena Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
Seasons

Source:[2]

1980–81[edit]

1980–81 Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball
Conference Southwest Conference
1980–81 record 15–13 (8–8 SWC)
Head coach Gerald Myers (11th season)
Home arena Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
Seasons

Source:[2]

1981–82[edit]

1981–82 Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball
Conference Southwest Conference
1981–82 record 17–11 (8–8 SWC)
Head coach Gerald Myers (12th season)
Home arena Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
Seasons

Source:[2]

1982–83[edit]

1982–83 Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball
Conference Southwest Conference
1982–83 record 12–19 (7–9 SWC)
Head coach Gerald Myers (13th season)
Home arena Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
Seasons

Source:[2]

1983–84[edit]

1983–84 Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball
Conference Southwest Conference
1983–84 record 17–11 (10–6 SWC)
Head coach Gerald Myers (14th season)
Home arena Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
Seasons

Source:[2]

1984–85[edit]

1985–86[edit]

1986–87[edit]

1986–87 Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball
Conference Southwest Conference
1986–87 record 15–14 (9–7 SWC)
Head coach Gerald Myers (17th season)
Home arena Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
Seasons

Source:[2]

1987–88[edit]

1987–88 Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball
Conference Southwest Conference
1987–88 record 9–19 (4–12 SWC)
Head coach Gerald Myers (18th season)
Home arena Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
Seasons

Source:[2]

1988–89[edit]

1988–89 Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball
Conference Southwest Conference
1988–89 record 13–15 (8–8 SWC)
Head coach Gerald Myers (19th season)
Home arena Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
Seasons

Source:[2]

1989–90[edit]

1989–90 Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball
Conference Southwest Conference
1989–90 record 5–22 (0–16 SWC)
Head coach Gerald Myers (18th season)
Home arena Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
Seasons

Source:[2]

1990–91[edit]

1990–91 Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball
Conference Southwest Conference
1990–91 record 8–23 (4–12 SWC)
Head coach Gerald Myers (18th season)
Home arena Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
Seasons

Source:[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gerald Myers Biography
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p "2009–10 Texas Tech Red Raiders Basketball Media Guide" (PDF). Texas Tech University. Retrieved 2010-01-04.