Stanford Cardinal men's basketball

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Stanford Cardinal men's basketball
2021–22 Stanford Cardinal men's basketball team
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UniversityStanford University
First season1913–14
All-time record1,549–1,175 (.569)
Athletic directorBernard Muir
Head coachJerod Haase (6th season)
ConferencePac-12 Conference
LocationStanford, California
ArenaMaples Pavilion
(Capacity: 7,233)
NicknameCardinal
Student sectionThe Red Zone
ColorsCardinal and white[1]
   
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Pre-tournament Premo-Porretta Champions
1937
Pre-tournament Helms Champions
1937
NCAA Tournament Champions
1942
NCAA Tournament Final Four
1942, 1998
NCAA Tournament Elite Eight
1942, 1998, 2001
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1997, 1998, 2001, 2008, 2014
NCAA Tournament Appearances
1942, 1989, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2014
Conference tournament champions
2004
Conference regular season champions
1920, 1921, 1923, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1941, 1942, 1963, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004

The Stanford Cardinal men's basketball team represents Stanford University in Stanford, California, United States. The school's team currently competes in the Pac-12 Conference. They are coached by Jerod Haase and play their home games at Maples Pavilion.

Stanford began varsity intercollegiate competition in men's basketball in 1914.[2] The Cardinal have won 13 conference championships (8 in the PCC and 5 in the Pac-10), the last in 2004, and one NCAA championship, in 1942. Stanford was also retroactively recognized as the pre-NCAA Tournament national champion for the 1936–37 season by the Premo-Porretta Power Poll and the Helms Athletic Foundation.[3] The team last played in the NCAA Tournament in 2014.

Seasons[edit]

Statistics overview
Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
H. W. Maloney (Independent) (1913–1915)
1913–14 H. W. Maloney 7–5
1914–15 H. W. Maloney 4–5
Maloney: 11–10
E. C. "Squire" Behrens (Independent) (1915–1916)
1915–16 E. C. "Squire" Behrens 2–9
Behrens: 2–9
Russell Wilson (PCC/Cal–Nevada) (1916–1918)
1916–17 Russell Wilson 8–8 0–6 5th
1917–18 Russell Wilson 11–4 3rd
Wilson: 19–12
Bob Evans (PCC) (1918–1920)
1918–19 Bob Evans 9–3 0–2 6th
1919–20 Bob Evans 12–3 8–1 1st
Evans: 21–6
Walter D. Powell (PCC) (1920–1921)
1920–21 Walter D. Powell 15–3 8–3 T–1st
Powell: 15–3
C. E. Van Gent (PCC) (1921–1922)
1921–22 C. E. Van Gent 8–7 4–6 5th
Van Gent: 8–7
Andy Kerr (PCC) (1922–1926)
1922–23 Andy Kerr 12–4 5–3 T–1st (South)
1923–24 Andy Kerr 10–5 3–5 3rd (South)
1924–25 Andy Kerr 10–3 1–3 2nd (South)
1925–26 Andy Kerr 10–6 3–2 2nd (South)
Kerr: 42–18
E. P. "Husky" Hunt (PCC) (1926–1930)
1926–27 E. P. "Husky" Hunt 9–9 3–2 2nd (South)
1927–28 E. P. "Husky" Hunt 8–13 1–8 4th (South)
1928–29 E. P. "Husky" Hunt 13–6 6–3 2nd (South)
1929–30 E. P. "Husky" Hunt 10–9 2–7 4th (South)
Hunt: 40–37
John Bunn (PCC) (1930–1938)
1930–31 John Bunn 8–9 3–6 4th (South)
1931–32 John Bunn 6–14 2–9 4th (South)
1932–33 John Bunn 9–18 3–8 3rd (South)
1933–34 John Bunn 8–12 5–7 3rd (South)
1934–35 John Bunn 10–17 4–8 T–3rd (South)
1935–36 John Bunn 21–8 7–5 T–1st (South)
1936–37 John Bunn 25–2 10–2 T–1st (South) Helms National Champion
Premo-Porretta National Champion[4]
1937–38 John Bunn 21–3 10–2 1st (South)
Bunn: 108–83
Everett Dean (PCC) (1938–1951)
1938–39 Everett Dean 16–9 6–6 3rd (South)
1939–40 Everett Dean 14–9 6–6 2nd (South)
1940–41 Everett Dean 21–5 10–2 1st (South)
1941–42 Everett Dean 28–4 11–1 1st (South) NCAA Champion
1942–43 Everett Dean 10–11 4–4 T–2nd (South)
1943–44 No team (WWII)
1944–45 No team (WWII)
1945–46 Everett Dean 6–18 0–12 4th (South)
1946–47 Everett Dean 15–16 5–7 3rd (South)
1947–48 Everett Dean 15–11 3–9 T–3rd (South)
1948–49 Everett Dean 19–9 5–7 3rd (South)
1949–50 Everett Dean 11–14 3–9 4th (South)
1950–51 Everett Dean 12–14 5–7 3rd (South)
Dean: 167–120
Robert W. Burnett (PCC) (1951–1954)
1951–52 Robert W. Burnett 19–9 6–6 T–2nd (South)
1952–53 Robert W. Burnett 6–17 2–10 4th (South)
1953–54 Robert W. Burnett 13–10 3–9 4th (South)
Burnett: 38–36
Howard Dallmar (PCC/AAWU/Pac-8) (1954–1975)
1954–55 Howard Dallmar 16–8 7–5 2nd (South)
1955–56 Howard Dallmar 18–6 10–6 3rd
1956–57 Howard Dallmar 11–15 7–9 5th
1957–58 Howard Dallmar 12–13 7–9 6th
1958–59 Howard Dallmar 15–9 10–6 T–3rd
1959–60 Howard Dallmar 11–14 4–7 4th
1960–61 Howard Dallmar 7–17 3–9 5th
1961–62 Howard Dallmar 16–6 8–4 2nd
1962–63 Howard Dallmar 16–9 7–5 T–1st
1963–64 Howard Dallmar 15–10 9–6 2nd
1964–65 Howard Dallmar 15–8 9–5 2nd
1965–66 Howard Dallmar 13–12 8–6 3rd
1966–67 Howard Dallmar 15–11 7–7 4th
1967–68 Howard Dallmar 10–15 5–9 T–5th
1968–69 Howard Dallmar 8–17 4–10 T–7th
1969–70 Howard Dallmar 5–20 2–12 8th
1970–71 Howard Dallmar 6–20 2–12 8th
1971–72 Howard Dallmar 10–15 5–9 6th
1972–73 Howard Dallmar 14–11 7–7 4th
1973–74 Howard Dallmar 11–14 5–9 6th
1974–75 Howard Dallmar 12–14 6–8 T–5th
Dallmar: 256–264
Dick DiBiaso (Pac-8/Pac-10) (1975–1982)
1975–76 Dick DiBiaso 11–16 5–9 7th
1976–77 Dick DiBiaso 11–16 3–11 7th
1977–78 Dick DiBiaso 13–14 3–11 10th
1978–79 Dick DiBiaso 12–15 6–12 8th
1979–80 Dick DiBiaso 7–19 5–13 7th
1980–81 Dick DiBiaso 9–18 5–13 T–8th
1981–82 Dick DiBiaso 7–20 2–16 10th
DiBiaso: 70–118
Tom Davis (Pac-10) (1982–1986)
1982–83 Tom Davis 14–14 6–12 8th
1983–84 Tom Davis 19–12 8–10 5th
1984–85 Tom Davis 11–17 3–15 10th
1985–86 Tom Davis 14–16 8–10 T–5th
Davis: 58–59
Mike Montgomery (Pac-10) (1986–2004)
1986–87 Mike Montgomery 15–13 9–9 6th
1987–88 Mike Montgomery 21–12 11–7 4th NIT Second Round
1988–89 Mike Montgomery 26–7 15–3 2nd NCAA Division I First Round
1989–90 Mike Montgomery 18–12 9–9 6th NIT First Round
1990–91 Mike Montgomery 20–13 8–10 5th NIT Champion
1991–92 Mike Montgomery 18–11 10–8 4th NCAA Division I First Round
1992–93 Mike Montgomery 7–23 2–16 10th
1993–94 Mike Montgomery 17–11 10–8 5th NIT First Round
1994–95 Mike Montgomery 20–9 10–8 5th NCAA Division I Second Round
1995–96 Mike Montgomery 21–8 12–6 3rd NCAA Division I Second Round
1996–97 Mike Montgomery 22–8 12–6 T–2nd NCAA Division I Sweet Sixteen
1997–98 Mike Montgomery 30–5 15–3 2nd NCAA Division I Final Four
1998–99 Mike Montgomery 26–7 15–3 1st NCAA Division I Second Round
1999–2000 Mike Montgomery 27–4 15–3 T–1st NCAA Division I Second Round
2000–01 Mike Montgomery 31–3 16–2 1st NCAA Division I Elite Eight
2001–02 Mike Montgomery 20–10 12–6 T–2nd NCAA Division I Second Round
2002–03 Mike Montgomery 24–9 14–4 2nd NCAA Division I Second Round
2003–04 Mike Montgomery 30–2 17–1 1st NCAA Division I Second Round
Montgomery: 393–167
Trent Johnson (Pac-10) (2004–2008)
2004–05 Trent Johnson 18–13 11–7 3rd NCAA Division I First Round
2005–06 Trent Johnson 16–14 11–7 T–4th NIT Second Round
2006–07 Trent Johnson 18–13 10–8 6th NCAA Division I First Round
2007–08 Trent Johnson 28–8 13–5 2nd NCAA Division I Sweet Sixteen
Johnson: 80–48
Johnny Dawkins (Pac-10/Pac-12) (2008–2016)
2008–09 Johnny Dawkins 20–14 6–12 9th CBI Semifinal
2009–10 Johnny Dawkins 14–18 7–11 T–8th
2010–11 Johnny Dawkins 15–16 7–11 T–7th
2011–12 Johnny Dawkins 26–11 10–8 7th NIT Champion
2012–13 Johnny Dawkins 19–15 9–9 T–6th NIT Second Round
2013–14 Johnny Dawkins 23–13 10–8 T–3rd NCAA Division I Sweet Sixteen
2014–15 Johnny Dawkins 24–13 9–9 T–5th NIT Champion
2015–16 Johnny Dawkins 15–15 8–10 9th
Dawkins: 156–115
Jerod Haase (Pac-12) (2016–present)
2016–17 Jerod Haase 14–17 6–12 9th
2017–18 Jerod Haase 19−16 11–7 T–3rd NIT Second Round
2018–19 Jerod Haase 15−16 8–10 T–8th
2019–20 Jerod Haase 20−12 9–9 7th No postseason held
2020–21 Jerod Haase 14−13 10–10 T–6th
2021–22 Jerod Haase 16−16 8–12 9th
Haase: 98–90
Total: 1,598–1,213

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Postseason results[edit]

NCAA Tournament results[edit]

The Cardinal have appeared in 17 NCAA Tournaments, with a combined record of 23–16. They were national champions in 1942, but did not return for 47 years, until 1989.

Year Seed Round Opponent Result
1942 Elite Eight
Final Four
Championship
Rice
Colorado
Dartmouth
W 53–47
W 46–35
W 53–38
1989 3 E Round of 64 (14) Siena L 78–80
1992 12 S Round of 64 (5) Alabama L 75–80
1995 10 E Round of 64
Round of 32
(7) Charlotte
(2) #7 Massachusetts
W 70–68
L 53–75
1996 9 E Round of 64
Round of 32
(8) Bradley
(1) #1 Massachusetts
W 66–58
L 74–79
1997 6 W Round of 64
Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
(11) Oklahoma
(3) #9 Wake Forest
(2) #2 Utah
W 80–67
W 72–66
L 77–82 OT
1998 3 M Round of 64
Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
(14) College of Charleston
(11) Western Michigan
(2) #11 Purdue
(8) Rhode Island
(2 S) #5 Kentucky
W 67–57
W 83–65
W 67–59
W 79–77
L 85–86 OT
1999 2 W Round of 64
Round of 32
(15) Alcorn State
(10) Gonzaga
W 69–57
L 74–82
2000 1 S Round of 64
Round of 32
(16) South Carolina State
(8) North Carolina
W 84–65
L 53–60
2001 1 W Round of 64
Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
(16) UNC Greensboro
(9) Saint Joseph's
(5) Cincinnati
(3) #11 Maryland
W 88–60
W 90–83
W 78–65
L 73–87
2002 8 M Round of 64
Round of 32
(9) Western Kentucky
(1) #2 Kansas
W 84–68
L 63–86
2003 4 S Round of 64
Round of 32
(13) San Diego
(5) #23 Connecticut
W 77–69
L 74–85
2004 1 W Round of 64
Round of 32
(16) UTSA
(8) Alabama
W 71–45
L 67–70
2005 8 M Round of 64 (9) Mississippi State L 70–93
2007 11 S Round of 64 (6) #16 Louisville L 58–78
2008 3 S Round of 64
Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
(14) Cornell
(6) Marquette
(2) #7 Texas
W 77–53
W 82–81 OT
L 62–82
2014 10 S Round of 64
Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
(7) #17 New Mexico
(2) #10 Kansas
(11) Dayton
W 58–53
W 60–57
L 72–82

NIT results[edit]

The Cardinal have appeared in nine National Invitation Tournaments (NIT), with a combined record of 19–6. They are three time NIT champions (1991, 2012, 2015).

Year Round Opponent Result
1988 First Round
Second Round
Long Beach State
Arkansas State
W 80–77
L 59–60
1990 First Round Hawaii L 57–69
1991 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Championship
Houston
Wisconsin
Southern Illinois
Massachusetts
Oklahoma
W 93–86
W 80–72
W 78–68
W 78–71
W 78–72
1994 First Round Gonzaga L 76–80
2006 Opening Round
First Round
Virginia
Missouri State
W 65–49
L 67–76
2012 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Championship
Cleveland State
Illinois State
Nevada
Massachusetts
Minnesota
W 76–65
W 92–88 OT
W 84–56
W 84–74
W 75–51
2013 First Round
Second Round
Stephen F. Austin
Alabama
W 58–57
L 54–66
2015 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Championship
UC Davis
Rhode Island
Vanderbilt
Old Dominion
Miami (FL)
W 77–64
W 74–65
W 78–75
W 67–60
W 66–64 OT
2018 First Round
Second Round
BYU
Oklahoma State
W 86–83
L 65–71

CBI results[edit]

The Cardinal have appeared in one College Basketball Invitational (CBI). Their record is 2–1.

Year Round Opponent Result
2009 First Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Boise State
Wichita State
Oregon State
W 96–76
W 70–56
L 62–65 OT

Basketball Staff[edit]

Coaches. Title
Jerod Haase Anne & Tony Joseph Director of Men's Basketball
Adam Cohen Oscar Da Silva Associate Head Coach
Rob Ehsan Assistant Coach
Jesse Pruitt James C. Gaither Assistant Coach
Mike Chatman Sports Performance Coach
David Berkun Assistant Athletics Director, Men's Basketball
Camryn Crocker Director of Player Development
Jack Frost Assistant to the Head Coach
Michael Reutt Assistant Dir. of Operations
Julie Sutcliffe Assistant Dir. Sports Psychology
Jordan Barajas Graduate Manager

Record vs. Pac-12 opponents[edit]

Opponent Wins Losses Pct. Streak
Arizona 31 71 (.304) Arizona; 3
Arizona St. 53 41 (.564) Stanford; 1
California 128 152 (.457) Cal; 1
Colorado 11 17 (.393) Colorado; 4
Oregon 95 57 (.625) Oregon; 1
Oregon St. 74 78 (.487) Stanford; 1
UCLA 97 149 (.394) UCLA; 2
USC 129 129 (.500) Stanford; 2
Utah 15 24 (.385) Utah; 1
Washington 82 74 (.526) Stanford; 1
Washington St. 84 62 (.575) Washington State; 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stanford Identity Toolkit: Color". Retrieved May 7, 2017.
  2. ^ "Stanford Cardinal". sports-reference.com. Retrieved May 25, 2015.
  3. ^ ESPN, ed. (2009). ESPN College Basketball Encyclopedia: The Complete History of the Men's Game. New York, NY: ESPN Books. p. 545. ISBN 978-0-345-51392-2.
  4. ^ ESPN, ed. (2009). ESPN College Basketball Encyclopedia: The Complete History of the Men's Game. New York, NY: ESPN Books. p. 532. ISBN 978-0-345-51392-2.
  5. ^ "Nine accept NCAA bids; NIT lines up five teams". Spokesman-Review. (Spokane, Washington). Associated Press. March 2, 1972. p. 23.

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