Saint Francis Red Flash men's basketball
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|Saint Francis Red Flash|
|University||Saint Francis University|
|Head coach||Rob Krimmel (5th season)|
|Colors||Red and White
|NCAA Tournament appearances|
|Conference tournament champions|
|Conference regular season champions|
The Saint Francis Red Flash men's basketball team represents Saint Francis University in Loretto, Pennsylvania, United States. The school's team currently competes in the Northeast Conference. They are currently led by head coach Rob Krimmel and play their home games at the DeGol Arena.
Jim Baron Era (1987–1992)
Baron lead The Red Flash to their first NCAA tournament appearance in 1991, where they lost in the First Round to the Arizona Wildcats 93-80. In 1992 Baron left to coach at his alma mater, Saint Bonaventure.
His record was 74-71.
NCAA Tournament results
The Red Flash have appeared in the NCAA Tournament one time. Their record is 0–1.
|1991||First Round||Arizona||L 80–93|
The Red Flash have appeared in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) three times. Their combined record is 3–4.
3rd Place Game
|1958||First Round||Fordham||L 59–83|
The Red Flash have appeared in the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT) two times. Their record is 1–2.
|2015||First Round||Bowling Green||L 64–67|
The Red Flash have appeared in the National Catholic Invitational Tournament four times. Their combined record is 3–4.
|1949||First Round||Regis||L 49–66|
|1950||First Round||Loras||L 58–59|
|1951||First Round||Mount St. Mary's||L 74–84|
10 - Kevin Porter
12 - Norm Van Lier
26 - Maurice Stokes (Regardless of his number being retired, Stokes' #26 would not be a legal number under current NCAA rules, which prohibit jersey numbers containing a 6, 7, 8, or 9.)
- SFU Athletics Style Guide (PDF). May 11, 2012. Retrieved April 6, 2016.
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