Kentucky Teams of the Past

SeasonWonLost%CoachAsst.
Coaches
Final
Rank
Team
Captains
Notes
2014-15601John CalipariJohn Robic, Kenny Payne, Barry Rohrssen---
2013-142911.725John CalipariOrlando Antigua, Kenny Payne, John RobicUnranked by AP-NCAA Final Four; Participated as #8 Seed in the Midwest Region of the NCAA Tournament
2012-132112.636John CalipariOrlando Antigua, Kenny Payne, John RobicUnranked by AP--
2011-12382.95John CalipariOrlando Antigua, Kenny Payne, John Robic1st by AP-NCAA Champions; SEC Champions; Champions Classic Champions
John Calipari's Best Season
Participated as #1 Seed in the South Region of the NCAA Tournament
2010-11299.763John CalipariOrlando Antigua, John Robic, Kenny Payne11th by AP-NCAA Final Four; SEC Tournament Champions; Participated as #4 Seed in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament
2009-10353.921John CalipariOrlando Antigua, John Robic, Rod Strickland2nd by AP and 5th by USA Today/ESPN-SEC Champions; SEC-East Champions; SEC Tournament Champions; Cancun Challenge Champions
John Calipari's First Season
Participated as #1 Seed in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament
2008-092214.611Billy GillispieGlynn Cyprien, Jeremy Cox, Tracy WebsterUnranked by AP and ESPN/USA Today-Findlay Toyota Las Vegas Invitational Champions
Billy Gillispie's Best and Final Season
2007-081813.581Billy GillispieGlynn Cyprien, Jeremy Cox, Tracy WebsterUnranked by AP and ESPN/USA Today-Billy Gillispie's First Season
Participated as #11 Seed in the South Region of the NCAA Tournament
2006-072212.647Orlando SmithDavid Hobbs, Reggie Hanson, Scott RigotUnranked by AP and ESPN/USA TodayLukasz Obrzut, Bobby Perry and Sheray ThomasParticipated as #8 Seed in the West Region of the NCAA Tournament
2005-062213.629Orlando SmithDavid Hobbs, Reggie Hanson, Scott RigotUnranked by AP and ESPN/USA TodayPreston LeMaster, Ravi Moss, Patrick Sparks and Brandon StocktonParticipated as #8 Seed in the Washington D.C. Region of the NCAA Tournament
2004-05286.824Orlando SmithDavid Hobbs, Reggie Hanson, Scott Rigot7th by AP and 5th by USA Today/ESPNJosh Carrier and Chuck HayesSEC Champions; SEC-East Champions; Participated as #2 Seed in the Austin Region of the NCAA Tournament
2003-04275.844Orlando SmithDavid Hobbs, Reggie Hanson, Scott Rigot2nd by AP and 8th by USA Today/ESPN-SEC-East Champions; SEC Tournament Champions; Participated as #1 Seed in the St. Louis Region of the NCAA Tournament
2002-03324.889Orlando SmithDavid Hobbs, Reggie Hanson, Scott Rigot1st by AP and 4th by USA Today/ESPNSouleymane Camara, Keith Bogans and Marquis EstillSEC Champions; SEC-East Champions; SEC Tournament Champions; Participated as #1 Seed in the Midwest Region of the NCAA Tournament
2001-022210.688Orlando SmithMike Sutton, David Hobbs, Reggie Hanson16th by APJ. P. Blevins and Tayshaun PrinceSEC-East Champions [Co-Champion (Florida, Georgia [Vacated])]; Participated as #4 Seed in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament
2000-012410.706Orlando SmithMike Sutton, David Hobbs, Reggie Hanson9th by APSaul SmithSEC Champions [Co-Champion (Florida)]; SEC-East Champions [Co-Champion (Florida)]; SEC Tournament Champions; Participated as #2 Seed in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament
1999-002310.697Orlando SmithGeorge Felton, Shawn Finney, Mike Sutton19th by APJamaal Magloire and Steve MasielloSEC Champions [Co-Champion (Florida, Tennessee, Louisiana State)]; SEC-East Champions [Co-Champion (Florida, Tennessee)]; Participated as #5 Seed in the Midwest Region of the NCAA Tournament
1998-99289.757Orlando SmithGeorge Felton, Shawn Finney, Mike Sutton8th by AP and 5th by USA Today/ESPNScott Padgett, Heshimu Evans and Wayne TurnerSEC Tournament Champions; Participated as #3 Seed in the Midwest Region of the NCAA Tournament
1997-98354.897Orlando SmithGeorge Felton, Shawn Finney, Mike Sutton5th by AP and 1st by USA Today/ESPNJeff Sheppard, Allen Edwards and Cameron MillsNCAA Champions; SEC Champions; SEC-East Champions; SEC Tournament Champions; Orlando Smith's First and Best Season
Participated as #2 Seed in the South Region of the NCAA Tournament
1996-97355.875Rick PitinoJim O'Brien, Delray Brooks, Winston Bennett5th by AP and 2nd by CNN/USA TodayDerek Anderson, Anthony Epps and Jared PrickettNCAA Runners-Up; SEC Tournament Champions; Great Alaska Shootout Champions; Rick Pitino's Final Season
Participated as #1 Seed in the West Region of the NCAA Tournament
1995-96342.944Rick PitinoJim O'Brien, Delray Brooks, Winston Bennett2nd by AP and 2nd by CNN/USA TodayTony Delk, Walter McCarty and Mark PopeNCAA Champions; SEC Champions; SEC-East Champions; ECAC Holiday Festival Champions; Participated as #1 Seed in the Midwest Region of the NCAA Tournament
1994-95285.848Rick PitinoJim O'Brien, Delray Brooks, Winston Bennett2nd by AP and 2nd by CNN/USA TodayTony Delk, Mark Pope and Rodrick RhodesSEC Champions; SEC-East Champions; SEC Tournament Champions; Participated as #1 Seed in the Southeast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1993-94277.794Rick PitinoBilly Donovan, Delray Brooks, Bernadette Locke-Mattox7th by AP and 8th by CNN/USA TodayTravis Ford, Gimel Martinez and Jeff BrassowSEC-East Champions [Co-Champion (Florida)]; SEC Tournament Champions; Maui Classic Champions; Participated as #3 Seed in the Southeast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1992-93304.882Rick PitinoHerb Sendek, Billy Donovan, Bernadette Locke-Mattox2nd by AP and 4th by CNN/USA TodayNehemiah Braddy and Dale BrownNCAA Final Four; SEC Tournament Champions; ECAC Holiday Festival Champions; Participated as #1 Seed in the Southeast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1991-92297.806Rick PitinoHerb Sendek, Billy Donovan, Bernadette Locke-Mattox, Mike Atkinson6th by AP and 9th by UPI and 6th by CNN/USA TodayRichie Farmer, Deron Feldhaus, John Pelphrey and Sean WoodsSEC-East Champions; SEC Tournament Champions; Participated as #2 Seed in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament
1990-91226.786Rick PitinoOrlando Smith, Herb Sendek, Billy Donovan, Bernadette Locke9th by APDeron Feldhaus, Reggie Hanson and John PelphreyBest conference record however due to SEC by-laws LSU and Mississippi State were recognized as co-champs
1989-901414.5Rick PitinoRalph Willard, Orlando Smith, Herb Sendek, Billy DonovanUnranked by APDerrick MillerRick Pitino's First Season
1988-891319.406Eddie SuttonJames Dickey, Dwane Casey, Jimmy Dykes, Brock TouloukianUnranked by APMike ScottEddie Sutton's Last and Worst season
1987-88276.818Eddie SuttonJames Dickey, Dwane Casey, Jimmy Dykes, Roger Harden6th by AP and 6th by UPI and 9th by CNN/USA TodayWinston Bennett, Ed Davender, Cedric Jenkins, Robert Lock and Richard MadisonNCAA erased wins over Southern and Maryland and loss to Villanova; SEC Tournament title vacated
Participated as #2 Seed in the Southeast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1986-871811.621Eddie SuttonJames Dickey, Dwane Casey, Doug Barnes, Wayne BreedenUnranked by APJames Blackmon and Paul AndrewsParticipated as #8 Seed in the Southeast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1985-86324.889Eddie SuttonLeonard Hamilton, James Dickey, Doug Barnes, Wayne Breeden3rd by AP and 4th by UPI and 4th by CNN/USA TodayKenny Walker, Roger Harden and Leroy ByrdSEC Champions; SEC Tournament Champions; Eddie Sutton's First and Best Season
Participated as #1 Seed in the Southeast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1984-851813.581Joe B. HallLeonard Hamilton, Jim Hatfield, Lake Kelly24th by CNN/USA TodayWinston Bennett and Kenny WalkerJoe B. Hall's Final Season
Participated as #12 Seed in the West Region of the NCAA Tournament
1983-84295.853Joe B. HallLeonard Hamilton, Jim Hatfield, Lake Kelly, Wayne Breeden3rd by AP and 3rd by UPI and 3rd by CNN/USA TodayDicky BealNCAA Final Four; SEC Champions; SEC Tournament Champions; Participated as #1 Seed in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1982-83238.742Joe B. HallLeonard Hamilton, Joe Dean Jr., Bob Chambers, Jeff Riley12th by AP and 10th by UPI and 6th by CNN/USA TodayCharles HurtSEC Champions; Participated as #3 Seed in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1981-82228.733Joe B. HallLeonard Hamilton, Joe Dean Jr., Bob Chambers, Gordy Parido15th by APChuck VerderberSEC Champions [Co-Champion (Tennessee)]; Participated as #6 Seed in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1980-81226.786Joe B. HallLeonard Hamilton, Joe Dean Jr., Bob Chambers, Harry Lancaster8th by AP and 8th by UPI Chuck VerderberParticipated as #2 Seed in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1979-80296.829Joe B. HallDick Parsons, Leonard Hamilton, Joe Dean Jr., Jim Lankster4th by AP and 3rd by UPI Kyle MacySEC Champions; Great Alaska Shootout Champions; Participated as #1 Seed in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1978-791912.613Joe B. HallDick Parsons, Leonard Hamilton, Joe Dean Jr.Unranked by APDwane Casey and Truman Claytor-
1977-78302.938Joe B. HallDick Parsons, Leonard Hamilton, Joe Dean Jr., Frank Ramsey1st by AP and 1st by UPI Jack Givens and Rick RobeyNCAA Champions; Helms Trophy Winners; SEC Champions; Participated in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1976-77264.867Joe B. HallDick Parsons, Leonard Hamilton, Jim Long, Jim Andrews3rd by AP and 5th by UPI Larry Johnson and Merion HaskinsSEC Champions [Co-Champion (Tennessee)]; Participated in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament
1975-762010.667Joe B. HallDick Parsons, Leonard Hamilton, Lynn NanceUnranked by APJack GivensNIT Champions;
1974-75265.839Joe B. HallDick Parsons, Leonard Hamilton, Lynn Nance, Ray Edelman2nd by AP and 4th by UPI Jimmy Dan ConnerNCAA Runners-Up; SEC Champions [Co-Champion (Alabama)]; Participated in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1973-741313.5Joe B. HallDick Parsons, Boyd Grant, Jim Hatfield, Jim Dinwiddie, Ken TrivetteUnranked by APRonnie LyonsJoe B. Hall's Worst Season
1972-73208.714Joe B. HallDick Parsons, Boyd Grant, Jim Hatfield, Ken Trivette17th by AP and 15th by UPI Jim AndrewsSEC Champions; Joe B. Hall's First Season
Participated in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1971-72217.75Adolph RuppJoe B. Hall, W. Gale Catlett, Dick Parsons18th by AP and 14th by UPI Stan Key and Tom ParkerSEC Champions [Co-Champion (Tennessee)]; Adolph Rupp's Final Season
Participated in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1970-71226.786Adolph RuppJoe B. Hall, T. L. Plain, Dick Parsons8th by AP and 8th by UPI Mike Casey and Larry SteeleSEC Champions; Participated in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1969-70262.929Adolph RuppJoe B. Hall, T. L. Plain, Dick Parsons1st by AP and 1st by UPI Dan Issel and Mike PrattSEC Champions; Participated in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1968-69235.821Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster, Joe B. Hall7th by AP and 5th by UPI Phil ArgentoSEC Champions; Participated in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1967-68225.815Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster, Joe B. Hall5th by AP and 5th by UPI Thad JaraczSEC Champions; Participated in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1966-671313.5Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster, Joe B. HallUnranked by AP-Adolph Rupp's Worst Season
1965-66272.931Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster, Joe B. Hall1st by AP and 1st by UPI -NCAA Runners-Up; SEC Champions; International Universities Tournament Champions
Participated in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1964-651510.6Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster, Neil Reed, John LykinsUnranked by APRandy Embry-
1963-64216.778Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster, Neil Reed4th by AP and 3rd by UPI Cotton Nash and Ted DeekenSEC Champions; Sugar Bowl Champions; Participated in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1962-63169.64Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster, Rudy Davalos, Ballard Moore, Neil ReedUnranked by APScotty Baesler-
1961-62233.885Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster, Ted Lenhardt, Jerry Gray3rd by AP and 3rd by UPI Larry PursifulSEC Champions [Co-Champion (Mississippi State)]; Participated in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1960-61199.679Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster, Doug Hines, Ted Lenhardt20th by AP and 18th by UPI Dick ParsonsAccepted NCAA bid when Mississippi State declined
Participated in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1959-60187.72Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster Unranked by APBill Lickert and Don Mills-
1958-59243.889Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster, Dan Chandler2nd by AP and 2nd by UPI Johnny CoxAccepted NCAA bid when Mississippi State declined
Participated in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1957-58236.793Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster, Bill Wireman9th by AP and 14th by UPI Ed BeckNCAA Champions; Helms Trophy Winners; SEC Champions; Participated in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1956-57235.821Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster3rd by AP and 3rd by UPI Ed Beck and Gerry CalvertSEC Champions; Sugar Bowl Champions; Participated in the Mideast Region of the NCAA Tournament
1955-56206.769Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster9th by AP and 12th by UPI Phil GrawemeyerAccepted NCAA bid when Alabama declined
Participated in the Midwest Region of the NCAA Tournament
1954-55233.885Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster2nd by AP and 2nd by UPI Billy EvansSEC Champions; Participated in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament
1953-542501Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster1st by AP and 2nd by UPI Cliff Hagan and Frank RamseyHelms Trophy Winners; SEC Champions [Co-Champion (Louisiana State)]; Declined NCAA bid due to stipulation that Graduate Students could not compete in the NCAA Tournament
1952-5300?---No Games Played
1951-52293.906Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster1st by AP and 1st by UPI Bobby WatsonSEC Champions; SEC Tournament Champions; Participated in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament
1950-51322.941Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster1st by AP and 1st by UPI Walter HirschNCAA Champions; Helms Trophy Winners; SEC Champions; Participated in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament
1949-50255.833Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster3rd by APDale BarnstableSEC Champions; SEC Tournament Champions; Sugar Bowl Champions;
1948-49322.941Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster1st by AP-NCAA Champions; Helms Trophy Winners; SEC Champions; SEC Tournament Champions; Participated in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament
1947-48363.923Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster-Ken RollinsNCAA Champions; Helms Trophy Winners; SEC Champions; SEC Tournament Champions; Olympic Champions; Participated in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament
1946-47343.919Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster-Ken RollinsNIT Runners-Up; SEC Champions; SEC Tournament Champions;
1945-46282.933Adolph RuppElmer Gilb-Jack ParkinsonNIT Champions; SEC Champions; SEC Tournament Champions;
1944-45224.846Adolph RuppLyman Ginger--SEC Champions; SEC Tournament Champions; Participated in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament
1943-44192.905Adolph RuppHarry Lancaster--SEC Champions; SEC Tournament Champions;
1942-43176.739Adolph RuppPaul McBrayer-Marvin Akers and Melvin Brewer-
1941-42196.76Adolph RuppPaul McBrayer-Carl StakerNCAA Final Four; SEC Champions; SEC Tournament Champions; Participated in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament
1940-41178.68Adolph RuppPaul McBrayer-Lee Huber-
1939-40156.714Adolph RuppPaul McBrayer-Layton RouseSEC Champions; SEC Tournament Champions; Sugar Bowl Champions;
1938-39164.8Adolph RuppPaul McBrayer-Bernard OpperSEC Champions; SEC Tournament Champions;
1937-38135.722Adolph RuppPaul McBrayer-J. Rice WalkerSugar Bowl Champions;
1936-37175.773Adolph RuppPaul McBrayer-Warfield DonohueSEC Champions; SEC Tournament Champions;
1935-36156.714Adolph RuppPaul McBrayer-Milerd Anderson-
1934-35192.905Adolph RuppPaul McBrayer-Dave Lawrence and Jack TuckerSEC Champions [Co-Champion (Louisiana State)];
1933-34161.941Adolph RuppLen Miller-John DeMoisey-
1932-33213.875Adolph RuppLen Miller-Forest SaleHelms Trophy Winners; SEC Champions; SEC Tournament Champions;
1931-32152.882Adolph RuppLen Miller-Ellis JohnsonSouthern Conference Champions [Co-Champion (Maryland)];
1930-31153.833Adolph RuppCecil Combs, Birkette Pribble-Carey SpicerAdolph Rupp's First Season
1929-30163.842John Mauer--Paul McBrayer-
1928-29125.706John Mauer--Lawrence McGinnis-
1927-28126.667John Mauer--Paul Jenkins-
1926-27313.188Basil Hayden--Paul Jenkins-
1925-26153.833Ray Eklund--Burgess CareySouthern Conference Champions;
1924-25138.619Clarence Applegran--James McFarlandAlumni Gym Opens
1923-24133.813George C. Buchheit--A. T. Rice-
1922-23310.231George C. Buchheit--Fred Fest-
1921-22106.625George C. Buchheit--Bob Lavin-
1920-21131.929George C. Buchheit--Basil HaydenSIAA Conference Tournament Champions;
1919-2057.417George C. Buchheit--John Everett-
1918-1968.429Andrew Gill--Joseph Dishman-
1917-1892.792Stanley A. Boles--Pat Campbell-
1916-1746.4William P. Tuttle--Robert Ireland-
1915-1686.571James Park--Karl Zerfoss-
1914-1575.583Alpha Brumage--Ralph Morgan-
1913-14122.857Alpha Brumage--William Tuttle-
1912-1353.625John J. Tigert--Brinkley Barnett-
1911-12901Edwin R. Sweetland--W. C. Harrison-
1910-1156.455Harold J. Iddings--Jake Gaiser-
1909-1048.333Edwin R. SweetlandRobert Hoover Spahr-William RodesRobert Spahr assumed coaching duties while E.R. Sweetland was ill
1908-0954.556Unnamed--Walter Fox-
1907-0856.455Unnamed--Richard Barbee-
1906-0736.333Unnamed--Maury Wilson-
1905-0659.357Unnamed--Don Branson-
1904-0514.2Unnamed--Joe Coons-
1903-0414.2Unnamed--Claire St. John-
1902-0312.333WWH Mustaine---First Season


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