| Overall UK Wins: 20 | Overall UK Losses: 1 | Win % 95.2 |
Date of Birth: February 8, 1912
Date of Death: April 17, 1964
Hometown: Hammond, LA
Alma Mater: Southeastern Louisiana 
For a generalized listing of officials, please consult this page.
|1/31/1951||Kentucky at Louisiana State||W||81 - 59||16||20||26||15||0||1||-||Referee - Hollis Wilson and Umpire - Irving Parks|
|2/23/1951||Georgia at Kentucky||W||88 - 41||18||17||22||21||0||0||-||Hollis Wilson and Fred Walters|
|2/24/1951||Vanderbilt at Kentucky||W||89 - 57||22||19||21||25||1||1||-||Fred Walters and Hollis Wilson|
|3/20/1951||Kentucky vs. Louisville||W||79 - 68||21||28||29||20||2||2||-||Hollis Wilson and Arnold Heft|
|1/16/1954||Tulane at Kentucky||W||94 - 43||15||18||21||19||0||2||-||Hollis Wilson and Jim Crowe|
|1/23/1954||Kentucky at Tennessee||W||97 - 71||23||18||25||33||1||1||-||Hollis Wilson and Jim Crowe|
|2/27/1954||Kentucky vs. Auburn||W||109 - 79||40||34||52||44||3||3||-||Lee Tankersly (maybe Claude Tanksley) and Roomie Wilson (per Lexington Leader on 1-MAR article)|
|3/9/1954||Kentucky vs. Louisiana State||W||63 - 56||18||14||20||25||1||0||-||Fred Walters and Hollis Wilson|
|1/22/1955||Kentucky at Tennessee||W||84 - 66||26||19||31||44||2||0||-||Hollis Wilson and Clyde Castle|
|2/5/1955||Kentucky vs. Mississippi||W||84 - 66||15||12||21||31||0||1||-||Hollis Wilson (S.E. LA Inst.) and Fred Walters (Mississippi State)|
|3/5/1955||Tennessee at Kentucky||W||104 - 61||19||20||37||37||0||1||-||Fred Walters and Hollis Wilson|
|12/3/1955||Kentucky at Louisiana State||W||62 - 52||16||19||29||28||1||0||-||Fred Walters and Hollis Wilson|
|1/30/1956||Kentucky at Georgia Tech||W||84 - 62||30||21||34||45||0||2||-||Bill Henderson and Hollis Wilson|
|2/4/1956||Kentucky vs. Auburn||W||82 - 81||19||19||30||34||1||1||-||Hollis Wilson and Fred Walters|
|2/11/1956||Mississippi at Kentucky||W||88 - 49||17||17||30||27||0||1||-||Max Macon and Hollis Wilson|
|2/13/1956||Mississippi State at Kentucky||W||86 - 65||15||16||28||27||0||1||-||Max Macon and Hollis Wilson|
|3/3/1956||Tennessee at Kentucky||W||101 - 77||30||17||27||53||0||1||-||Max Macon and Hollis Wilson|
|12/28/1956||Kentucky vs. Virginia Tech||W||56 - 55||16||4||8||30||0||0||-||Hollis Wilson and Ray Mock|
|1/14/1957||Kentucky at Tulane||L||60 - 68||19||12||21||30||1||0||-||Hollis Wilson and Claude Tanksley|
|2/8/1957||Kentucky vs. Mississippi||W||75 - 69||18||23||39||28||0||1||-||Hollis Wilson and Jack Keys|
|3/2/1957||Tennessee at Kentucky||W||93 - 75||10||16||26||14||0||1||-||Hollis Wilson and Dave Scobey|
Obituary - Hattiesburg (MI) American (April 18, 1964)
Roomie Wilson, Well-Known Official, Dies
HAMMOND, La. (AP) - Hollis (Roomie) Wilson, a nationally known sports official, died Friday. Wilson, 53, had been hospitalized for several weeks after suffering a heart attack.
Wilson was best known, nationally as a basketball official. He had officiated games in Madison Square Garden, the NCAA championship tournament and the Sugar Bowl and All-College Tournaments.
Wilson was a professor of biology at Southeastern Louisiana College here. He was an authority on mosses and lichens.
Wilson graduated from Southeastern Louisiana in 1939. He had been a starter on SLC's football team in every game during his four years as an undergraduate. The college's 1936 team was undefeated.
Wilson also served as a football official and baseball umpire.
Funeral services are scheduled Sunday.
Survivors include his widow and two children.