List of Iowa State Cyclones men's basketball seasons

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This is a list of seasons completed by the Iowa State Cyclones men's basketball team of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I. The Iowa State fielded their first team in 1908 with S. Clyde Williams coaching and are currently coached by Fred Hoiberg.[1][2][3]

Seasons[edit]

Legend

‹See Tfm›     National Champions
‹See Tfm›     Conference regular season champion
‹See Tfm›     Conference tournament champion
‹See Tfm›     Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
‹See Tfm›     Conference division champion
‹See Tfm›     NCAA Tournament
‹See Tfm›     NIT Tournament

Season Coach Conference Conference results Season results Postseason result Final ranking
Finish Wins Losses Wins Losses AP Poll Coaches Poll
Iowa State Cyclones
1907–1908 S. Clyde Williams MVIAA 2nd (North)[4] 1 0 1 1
1908–1909 MVIAA 2nd (North) 4 4 4 10
1909–1910 MVIAA T–1st (North)[5] 6 2 9 7
1910–1911 MVIAA 3rd 6 8 6 11
1911–1912 Homer C. Hubbard MVIAA 2nd (North) 4 4 8 7
1912–1913 MVIAA 2nd (North) 2 4 3 13
1913–1914 MVIAA 2nd (North) 4 10 4 13
1914–1915 MVIAA 4th 5 5 6 7
1915–1916 H. H. Walters MVIAA 5th 2 8 4 12
1916–1917 MVIAA 3rd 6 4 12 6
1917–1918 MVIAA 6th 1 6 6 9
1918–1919 MVIAA 6th 3 8 5 11
1919–1920 Punk Berryman MVIAA 7th 2 10 6 12
1920–1921 Maury Kent MVIAA 5th 6 8 10 8
1921–1922 Bill Chandler MVIAA T–4th 8 8 10 8
1922–1923 MVIAA 4th 9 7 11 7
1923–1924 MVIAA 9th 2 14 2 16
1924–1925 MVIAA 9th 1 15 2 15
1925–1926 MVIAA 9th 3 11 4 14
1926–1927 MVIAA 8th 5 7 8 10
1927–1928 MVIAA 10th 3 15 3 15
1928–1929 Louis Menze Big Eight 4th 4 6 8 7
1929–1930 Big Eight 4th 5 5 9 8
1930–1931 Big Eight 5th 4 6 8 8
1931–1932 Big Eight 5th 4 6 9 6
1932–1933 Big Eight 6th 2 8 6 10
1933–1934 Big Eight T–5th 2 8 6 11
1934–1935 Big Eight 1st 8 2 13 3
1935–1936 Big Eight T–4th 3 7 8 8
1936–1937 Big Eight 6th 0 10 3 15
1937–1938 Big Eight 6th 2 8 6 9
1938–1939 Big Eight 4th 5 5 8 9
1939–1940 Big Eight T–4th 2 8 9 9
1940–1941 Big Eight T–1st 7 3 15 4
1941–1942 Big Eight 3rd 5 5 10 7
1942–1943 Big Eight 5th 2 8 7 9
1943–1944 Big Eight T–1st 9 1 14 4 NCAA Final Four
1944–1945 Big Eight 1st 8 2 11 5
1945–1946 Big Eight 3rd 5 5 8 8
1946–1947 Big Eight T–3rd 5 5 7 14
1947–1948 Clay Sutherland Big Eight 4th 6 6 14 9
1948–1949 Big Eight T–6th 3 9 8 14
1949–1950 Big Eight 7th 2 10 6 17
1950–1951 Big Eight 6th 3 9 9 12
1951–1952 Big Eight T–4th 4 8 10 11
1952–1953 Big Eight T–4th 5 7 10 11
1953–1954 Big Eight 7th 2 10 6 15
1954–1955 Bill Strannigan Big Eight 6th 4 8 11 10
1955–1956 Big Eight T–2nd 8 4 18 5
1956–1957 Big Eight 3rd 6 6 16 7
1957–1958 Big Eight T–2nd 8 4 15 8
1958–1959 Big Eight 7th 4 10 9 16
1959–1960 Glen Anderson Big Eight T–4th[6] 7 7 15 9
1960–1961 Big Eight T–4th 8 6 14 11
1961–1962 Big Eight 3rd 8 6 13 12
1962–1963 Big Eight T–3rd 8 6 14 11
1963–1964 Big Eight T–6th 5 9 9 16
1964–1965 Big Eight 5th 6 8 9 16
1965–1966 Big Eight T–5th 6 8 11 14
1966–1967 Big Eight 5th 6 8 13 12
1967–1968 Big Eight T–3rd 8 6 12 13
1968–1969 Big Eight 4th 8 6 14 12
1969–1970 Big Eight T–7th 5 9 12 14
1970–1971 Big Eight T–7th 2 12 5 21
1971–1972 Maury John Big Eight 6th 5 9 12 14
1972–1973 Big Eight 5th 7 7 16 10
1973–1974 Big Eight 5th 6 8 15 11
1974–1975 Ken Trickey Big Eight T–7th 4 10 10 16
1975–1976 Big Eight 8th 3 11 3 24
1976–1977 Lynn Nance Big Eight 8th 3 11 8 19
1977–1978 Big Eight T–2nd 9 5 14 13
1978–1979 Big Eight 6th 6 8 11 16
1979–1980 Big Eight 7th 5 9 11 16
1980–1981 Johnny Orr Big Eight 8th 2 12 9 18
1981–1982 Big Eight 6th 5 9 10 17
1982–1983 Big Eight 5th 5 9 13 15
1983–1984 Big Eight T–4th 6 8 16 13 NIT 1st Round
1984–1985 Big Eight T–3rd 7 7 21 13 NCAA 1st Round
1985–1986 Big Eight 2nd 9 5 22 11 NCAA Sweet 16 RV[7] 22[8]
1986–1987 Big Eight 6th 5 9 13 15
1987–1988 Big Eight 5th 6 8 20 12 NCAA 1st Round
1988–1989 Big Eight T–4th 7 7 17 12 NCAA 1st Round
1989–1990 Big Eight 6th 4 10 10 18
1990–1991 Big Eight 5th 6 8 12 19
1991–1992 Big Eight T–6th 5 9 21 13 NCAA 2nd Round
1992–1993 Big Eight T–2nd 8 6 20 11 NCAA 1st Round
1993–1994 Big Eight T–6th 4 10 14 13
1994–1995 Tim Floyd Big Eight 5th 6 8 23 11 NCAA 2nd Round 24[9]
1995–1996 Big Eight 2nd 9 5 24 9 NCAA 2nd Round 17[10] 20[8]
1996–1997 Big 12 T–3rd 10 6 22 9 NCAA Sweet 16 18[11] 13[12]
1997–1998 Big 12 11th 5 11 12 18
1998–1999 Larry Eustachy Big 12 9th 6 10 15 15
1999–2000 Big 12 1st 14 2 32 5 NCAA Elite Eight 6[13] 3[14]
2000–2001 Big 12 1st 13 3 25 6 NCAA 1st Round 10[15] 15[12]
2001–2002 Big 12 T–10th 4 12 12 19
2002–2003 Big 12 T–9th 5 11 17 14 NIT 2nd Round
2003–2004 Wayne Morgan Big 12 7th 7 9 20 13 NIT Semifinals
2004–2005 Big 12 T–5th 9 7 19 12 NCAA 2nd Round
2005–2006 Big 12 T–7th 6 10 16 14
2006–2007 Greg McDermott Big 12 T–7th 6 10 15 16
2007–2008 Big 12 11th 4 12 14 18
2008–2009 Big 12 10th 4 12 15 17
2009–2010 Big 12 T–9th 4 12 19 16
2010–2011 Fred Hoiberg Big 12 12th 3 13 16 16
2011–2012 Big 12 T–3rd 12 6 23 11 NCAA 3rd Round RV[16] RV[17]
2012–2013 Big 12 T–4th 11 7 23 12 NCAA 3rd Round RV[18]
2013–2014 Big 12 T–3rd 11 7 28 8 NCAA Sweet 16 9[19] 11[20]
2014–2015 Big 12 T–2nd 12 6 25 9 NCAA Round of 64 9[21] 19[22]
Total 1273 1250 (only includes regular season games)
83 156 (only includes (1907–1928) Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association games)
358 496 (only includes (1928–1996) Big Eight Conference games)
146 166 (only includes (1996–present) Big 12 Conference games)
16 17 (only includes NCAA tournament games; 17 appearances)
4 3 (only includes NIT tournament games; 3 appearances)
587 818 1293 1270 (all games)
Denotes a tie for first place and conference co-champion

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://bigeightsports.com/Sports/MensBasketball/MensBasketballChampionships.htm
  2. ^ "Historical Standings for Big 12 Members - prior to 1996-97" (PDF). Big 12 Conference. Archived from the original (PDF) on 21 March 2012. Retrieved 13 December 2013. 
  3. ^ "2013-14 Big 12 Men's Basketball Media Guide; Record Book A" (PDF). Big 12 Conference. 2013. Retrieved 13 December 2013. 
  4. ^ Played under divisional rule, with inter-divisional games not counting toward division title. Nebraska played no games in its division and Washington one. NU and KU had best records in inter-divisional games and played for title.
  5. ^ The Iowa State basketball media guide lists them as finishing 2nd even though they had the same conference record as Nebraska for the year.
  6. ^ Colorado later forfeited one league win.
  7. ^ http://collegepollarchive.com/mbasketball/ap/seasons.cfm?seasonid=1986&appollid=572#.UrRUyPU6l8E
  8. ^ a b 1999-2000 Big 12 Conference Men's Basketball Media Guide (1 ed.). Dallas, Texas: Big 12 Conference. 1999. 
  9. ^ http://collegepollarchive.com/mbasketball/ap/teams/by_season.cfm?teamid=104&seasonid=1995#.UrRVGPU6l8E
  10. ^ http://collegepollarchive.com/mbasketball/ap/teams/by_season.cfm?teamid=104&seasonid=1996#.UrRVOfU6l8E
  11. ^ http://collegepollarchive.com/mbasketball/ap/teams/by_season.cfm?teamid=104&seasonid=1997#.UrRVRvU6l8E
  12. ^ a b "2013-14 Big 12 Men's Basketball Media Guide; Big 12 Record Book – Pages 87-144" (PDF). Big 12 Conference. 14 October 2013. Retrieved 20 December 2013. 
  13. ^ "2000 NCAA Men's Basketball Rankings AP Top 25 (Mar. 14)" (Press release). FANSonly. 2000-03-14. Retrieved 2013-12-13. 
  14. ^ "2000 NCAA Men's Basketball Rankings USA Today/ESPN Top 25 (Apr. 4)" (Press release). FANSonly. 2000-04-04. Retrieved 2013-12-13. 
  15. ^ http://www.collegepollarchive.com/mbasketball/ap/seasons.cfm?seasonid=2001&appollid=839#.UrMgCvU6l8E
  16. ^ http://collegepollarchive.com/mbasketball/ap/teams/by_season.cfm?teamid=104&seasonid=2012#.UrRVWvU6l8E
  17. ^ "2012 NCAA Men's Basketball Rankings - USA Today Coaches Poll Postseason (Final) (Apr. 2)". ESPN.com. 2 April 2012. Retrieved 20 December 2013. 
  18. ^ "2013 NCAA Men's Basketball Rankings - USA Today Coaches Poll Postseason (Final) (Apr. 8)". ESPN.com. 8 April 2013. Retrieved 26 December 2013. 
  19. ^ "2014 NCAA Men's Basketball Rankings - AP Top 25 Postseason Week 1 (Mar. 17)". ESPN.com. 17 March 2014. Retrieved 8 August 2014. 
  20. ^ "2014 NCAA Men's Basketball Rankings - USA Today Coaches Poll Postseason (Final) (Apr. 7)". ESPN.com. 7 April 2014. Retrieved 8 August 2014. 
  21. ^ "2015 NCAA Men's Basketball Rankings - AP Top 25 Postseason Week 1 (Mar. 16)". ESPN.com. March 16, 2015. Archived from the original on April 21, 2015. Retrieved April 21, 2015. 
  22. ^ "2015 NCAA Men's Basketball Rankings - USA Today Coaches Poll Postseason (Final) (Apr. 6)". ESPN.com. April 6, 2015. Archived from the original on April 21, 2015. Retrieved April 21, 2015.