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					            Louisville Basketball Tradition
                       Basketball Tradition
                 Basketball is special to Kentuckians.         (16), Duke (14), UCLA (14), Kentucky (13),         tradition established at the University of
            The sport permeates everyday life from             Kansas (12) and Ohio State (9) have                Louisville. Student-athletes who attend U
            offices to farmlands, from coal mines to           reached the Final Four more often.                 of L follow in the footsteps of some of
            neighborhood drug stores. It is more than              Louisville was arguably the most               college basketball’s all-time greats. These
            just a sport played in the cold winter             dominant team in college basketball during         athletes must be willing to give of them-
            months. It is a source of pride filled year-       the decade of the 1980s. Evidence of that          selves, just as former U of L stars did, to
            round with anticipation, hope and celebra-         claim is simple; during the decade of the          maintain U of L as one of the nations’ top
            tion. Kentuckians love their basketball,           80s, the Cardinals won two national                programs. It is more than the Wes
            and the tradition-rich University of Louis-        championships (equalled only by Indiana);          Unseld's, Darrell Griffith's and Pervis
            ville program has supplied its fans with           sent an unmatched four teams to the Final          Ellison's of the U of L world. It's the
            one of the nation’s finest products for            Four; appeared among the final 16 teams            teamwork of those with the Terry
            decades.                                           seven times (bettered only by North                Howard's, Roger Burkman's and Derwin
                 Legendary coach Bernard “Peck”                Carolina’s nine times); and posted the             Webb's on the Cardinal rosters that blend
            Hickman, a Basketball Hall of Fame                 highest NCAA Tournament winning                    into one team, one unit, to achieve a
            nominee, arrived on the U of L campus in           percentage of any other team (.793, 23-6).         common goal. It is a commitment that has
            1944 to begin a remarkable string of 46                Tremendous pride is taken in the               been worthwhile at U of L for decades.
            consecutive winning seasons. For 23
            seasons, Hickman laid an impressive
            foundation for the Cardinals.
                 John Dromo, an assistant coach under
            Hickman for 19 years, continued the
            Louisville program in outstanding fashion
            following Hickman’s retirement. For 30
            years, Denny Crum followed the same
            path of success that Hickman and Dromo
            both walked, guiding the Cardinals to even
            higher acclaim. Now, fifth-year coach Rick
            Pitino has energized a re-emergence in
            building upon the rich U of L tradition,
            returning the Cards to the NCAA Final
            Four in 2005.
                 Among the Cardinals’ past successes
            include national championships in the
            NCAA (1980 and 1986), NIT (1956) and
            the NAIB (1948). U of L is the only school
            in the nation to have claimed the champi-
            onship in all three major tournaments.
                 The Cardinals have appeared in the
            NCAA tournament on 32 occasions, which
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            places U of L sixth in all-time NCAA
            Tournament appearances behind Ken-
            tucky (46), North Carolina (35), UCLA (37),
            Kansas (34) and Indiana (33).
                 Louisville has played in the Final Four
            eight times, including four times in the
            1980s. Only six schools -- North Carolina          Taquan Dean kisses the Freedom Hall floor after his final game as a Cardinal.

             U of L ' s Post-Season Tournament Success
             All Time NCAA                        All-Time NCAA                All-Time Final Fours            U of L in Post-Season Play
             Tournament Appearances               Tournament Wins              North Carolina .... 16          NCAA Tournaments ..................... 32
             School ..............Yrs. W-L        Kentucky* .......... 97      UCLA .................. 15       (11 of last 15 years; 23 of last 30)
             Kentucky* ......... 47 97-42         North Carolina ... 89        Duke ................... 14     NCAA Championships (2) -1980, 1986
             North Carolina .. 38 89-37           Duke .................. 85   Kentucky ............. 13       NCAA Final Fours (8) - 1959, 1972,
             UCLA* ............... 38 85-31       UCLA* ............... 85     Kansas ................ 12       1975,1980, 1982, 1983, 1986, 2005
             Kansas .............. 35 73-35       Kansas .............. 73     Ohio State ............. 9      National Invitation Tournaments ... 14
             Indiana .............. 33 59-28      Indiana .............. 59    Louisville ............. 8      NIT Championships (1) - 1956
             Louisville ......... 32 53-34        Louisville .......... 53     Indiana .................. 8    NAIB Championship (1) - 1948
             Syracuse ........... 31 48-31        Syracuse ........... 48      Four tied at ........... 6       Note: U of L has reached the NCAA
             Duke ................. 30 85-27      Michigan ............ 41                                     Tournament or NIT in 37 of the last 41 years.
             *does not include vacated years.

            122     Louisville has played on three non-cable network television (ABC, CBS, NBC) 129 times during the regular season since 1980.
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                                         Pervis Ellison-                                                                               Darrell Griffith -
                                         Top NBA Draft Pick of ‘89                                                                     Louisville’s Living Legend
                             The only player in U of L history to total                                                         In 1980 Darrell Griffith received the pres-
                             both 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds,                                                              tigious John Wooden Award from the
                             Pervis Ellison ended his playing career                                                            Los Angeles Athletic Club as college
                             with the Cardinals as the No. 2 all-time                                                           basketball’s Player of the Year. He was
                             scorer and he became only the second                                                               also selected by The Sporting News for
                             player at U of L to score 2,000 points in                                                          the same honor. A consensus All-Ameri-
                             his career. A consensus All-American in                                                            can in 1980, he led Louisville to a 33-3
                             1989, “Never Nervous Pervis” was                                                                   record and the school’s first NCAA na-
                             named MVP of the 1989 Metro Confer-                                                                tional championship. He left U of L as the
                             ence Tournament, an award he also won                                                              school’s career scoring leader (2,333
as a freshman. The all-time shot blocker at U of L and in the Metro                           points); the first player in U of L history to surpass the 2,000 point mark;




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Conference with 374 career rejections, Ellison blocked at least one                           the school single season scoring leader with 825 points; and the only
shot in 130 of his 136 career games. He finished his career third                             player at Louisville to score more than 700 points in one season. He
among NCAA career leaders in blocked shots. In 1986, he led the                               finished his collegiate career having scored in double figures in 41
Cardinals to their second NCAA Championship title and was the first                           straight games and 111 of his 126 games with the Cardinals. In his four
freshman since 1944 to be named the Most Outstanding Player of the                            seasons with Louisville, he helped teams to a combined record of 101-
Final Four. The Cardinals won two regular season Metro titles and                             25; two regular season Metro Conference titles; two Metro tournament
three Metro tournament championships during Ellison’s career. Fol-                            championships; four straight NCAA tournament appearances; and
lowing his playing career at U of L, Ellison became one of the select                         the 1980 NCAA Championship. His jersey number — 35 — was retired
few collegiate players and the first for the Cardinals when he was                            at ceremonies following the 1980 basketball season and his road
chosen as the No. 1 pick in the 1989 NBA Draft. His jersey number                             uniform is on permanent display at the Naismith Basketball Hall of
- 42 - was retired at ceremonies following the 1989 season.                                   Fame.
Ellison’s Career Statistics                                                                   Griffith’s Career Statistics
Year         G      FG-FGA Pct        FT-FTA     Pct    Reb-Avg    Ast-Avg PF-D TP Avg        Year           G    FG-FGA Pct        FT-FTA     Pct     Reb-Avg   Ast-Avg PF-D TP Avg
1985-86 39          210-379 .554       90-132    .681    318-8.2    78-2.0 117-3 510 13.1     1976-77 .... 28     150-299 .501        59- 93   .634    109-3.8    50-1.8 71- 3 359 12.8
1986-87 31          185-347 .533      100-139    .719    270-8.7    56-1.8 96-6 470 15.2      1977-78 .... 30     240-460 .522       78-110    .709    162-5.4   105-3.5 78- 3 558 18.6
1987-88 35          235-391 .601      146-211    .692    291-8.3   108-3.1 103-2 617 17.6     1978-79 .... 32     232-487 .497      107-151    .709    140-4.4    90-2.8 87- 3 591 18.5
1988-89 31          227-369 .615       92-141    .652    270-8.7    78-2.5 98-5 546 17.6      1979-80 .... 36     349-631 .553      127-178    .713    174-4.8   138-3.8 99- 2 825 22.9
Totals .... 136     857-1486 .577     428-623    .687   1149-8.4   320-2.4 414-16 2143 15.8   Totals ...... 126   981-1877 .523     371-532    .697    585-4.6   383-3.0 335-11 2333 18.5



                                          Wes Unseld -                                                                                 Charlie Tyra -
                                          Top Single Game Scorer                                                                       Top All-Time Rebounder
                               When Wes Unseld ended his career                                                               A consensus All-American during the
                               with the University of Louisville following                                                    1956 and 1957 seasons, Charlie Tyra
                               the 1967-68 season, he left as the Car-                                                        led the University of Louisville to its first
                               dinals' all-time leading scorer for a three-                                                   NIT title in 1956 and was named the
                               year player. Today, Unseld ranks sev-                                                          tournament’s MVP for his performance.
                               enth on the all-time scoring list, but his                                                     Tyra was named Helms Athletic Foun-




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                               career point total of 1,686 is still tops for                                                  dation All-American in his junior and
                               a three-year player. A concensus All-                                                          senior years. One of only five Cardinals
                               American during his junior and senior                                                          to record over 1,000 rebounds in his
                               years, Unseld is one of only five other                                                        career, Tyra ranks as the all-time




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Cardinal players to pull down over 1,000 rebounds in his career. His                          rebounder in U of L history with 1,617. During the 1955-56 season,
1,551 career rebounds ranks second behind Charlie Tyra’s 1,617.                               Tyra pulled down 645 rebounds, a mark that has been bettered by only
Unseld began his senior season with a 45-point effort against                                 three other players in NCAA history. He set the Louisville record for
Georgetown College, a U of L record that still stands today. Unseld,                          most rebounds in a game when he pulled down 38 against Canisius
chosen as second player overall in the NBA draft by Baltimore, was                            during the 1955-56 season. In his four seasons with Louisville, he
honored on the All-Missouri Valley Conference team all three years at                         helped teams to a combined record of 88-23 and three straight NIT
U of L and the Cardinals were 60-22 during his three seasons. During                          appearances. Tyra ranks first in career free throws made (448),
his junior year, Unseld led the Cardinals to a final No. 2 ranking in both                    second in career rebounding average (17.0), fourth in career scoring
wire service polls. Unseld’s 20.6 scoring average still ranks as the top                      average (18.2), fifth in career scorers (1,728 points) and eighth in field
scoring average in Louisville history. His 18.9 rebounding average                            goals made (640). Tyra is one of only four players in U of L history to
also ranks as the top average for a Cardinal. While playing on the                            score 40 points or more in a game (achieved against Notre Dame
Cardinals’ freshmen team, Unseld averaged 35.8 points, 23.6 re-                               when he hit 12 of 16 field goals and all 16 of his free throw attempts).
bounds and hit 68.6 percent from the field.                                                   Tyra’s Career Statistics
Unseld’s Career Statistics                                                                    Year           G    FG-FGA     Pct    FT-FTA      Pct     Reb-Avg       PF    TP     Avg
Year           G    FG-FGA     Pct     FT-FTA      Pct    Reb-Avg       PF     TP    Avg      1953-54        13    36-82     .440    13-38      .340       84- 6.5    30     85     6.5
1965-66        26   195-374    .521    128-202     .634    505-19.4     72    518    19.9     1954-55        27   379-682    .390   100-158     .630     368-13.6     62    398    14.7
1966-67        28   201-374    .537    121-177     .683    583-19.0     63    523    18.7     1955-56        29   262-592    .440   166-256     .650     645-22.2     81    690    23.8
1967-68        28   234-382    .613    177-275     .644    513-18.3     72    645    23.0     1956-57        26   193-452    .430   169-234     .720     520-20.0     63    555    21.4
Totals .....   82   630-1130   .557    426-654     .651   1551-18.9     207   1686   20.6     Totals .....   95   870-1808   .481   448-686     .653    1617-17.0     236   1728   18.2



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            Alfred "Butch"                                     Jack Coleman
            Beard                                              6-7 Forward/Center
            6-3 Guard                                          Burgin, Ky.
            Hardinsburg, Ky.
                                                                  Led U of L to its
               Totalled 1,580                                  first national title, the
            career points in three                             1948 NAIB Champi-
            seasons, 16th all-                                 onship.
            time at U of L and the                                Played nine
            second-highest for a                               seasons in the NBA
            three-year performer (1966-69).                    with Rochester (1949-56) and St. Louis
               Earned All-America honors in 1968-69.           (1956-58).
               Two-time All-Missouri Valley Conference            Totalled 1,114 career points in three




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            selection.                                         seasons at U of L (1946-49).
               Helped U of L post a combined 65-18                Top scorer and rebounder for the
            record in three seasons.                           Cardinals in each of his three seasons.
               One of two U of L players to average over          Led U of L to a combined 69-22 record.
            20 points a game in two seasons.                      Two-time captain for the Cards.
               Played nine seasons in the NBA (Atlanta,           Also earned third team Little All-America
            Cleveland, Seattle, Golden State, New              honors in football as an end in 1947.
            York), 1969-79                                        Earned All-Ohio Valley Conference
               Former head coach of Howard University          honors in 1949, the Cards’ only season in
            and the New Jersey Nets.                           that league.

                                                               Stats         G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA Reb            Pts. Avg.
            Stats     G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA Reb       Pts. Avg.
            1966-67   28 231-456 113-151 223 575 20.5          1946-47      23        97-   *    58- *   *    252   11.0
            1967-68   28 178-372 92-122 138 448 16.0           1947-48      35       170-   *    82- *   *    422   12.1
            1968-69   27 204-424 149-204 163 557 20.6          1948-49      33       180-   *    80- *   *    440   13.3
            Total     83 613-1252 354-477 524 1580 19.0        Totals       91       447-   *   220- *   *   1114   12.2
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            Ulysses                                            Don Goldstein
            "Junior"                                           6-5 Forward
                                                               New York, N.Y.
            Bridgeman
            6-5 Guard/Forward                                     Helped U of L to its
            East Chicago, Ind.                                 first NCAA Final Four
                                                               appearance in 1959,
               Twice named                                     the second of six
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            Missouri Valley                                    Final Fours that have
            Conference Player of                               been played in
            the Year (1974, '75).                              Louisville’s Freedom Hall.
               Scored 1,348 career points, No. 26 on the          Averaged 21.4 points and 10 rebounds
            all-time U of L scoring list.                      during the 1959 NCAA Tournament games.




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               Helped the Cardinals reach the 1975                Totalled 1,019 career points in three
            NCAA Final Four.                                   seasons, becoming the 10th player at U of
               Earned All-America honors in 1975.              L to score 1,000 career points.
               Helped the Cardinals to a combined 72-             Earned All-America honors in 1958-59.
            17 record in his three seasons, including             Member of the U of L Athletic Hall of
            two Missouri Valley Conference Champion-           Fame.
            ships.                                                Helped U of L post a combined 53-29
               First-round pick of the Los Angeles             record in three seasons.
            Lakers in the 1975 NBA draft.                         Ranks 10th in career rebounding at U of
               Played ten NBA seasons with the                 L with 838 rebounds.
            Milwaukee Bucks and L.A. Clippers.                    First-round NBA draft choice of Detroit.
               Had his professional jersey (No. 2) retired
            by the Milwaukee Bucks.                            Stats         G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA Reb            Pts. Avg.
                                                               1956-57      26 110-270    65-86 238           285   11.0
            Stats     G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA Reb       Pts. Avg.    1957-58      24 117-340    73-98 288           307   12.8
            1972-73   28 164- 338 58- 84 190 386       13.8    1958-59      31 156-400 115-153 342            427   13.8
            1973-74   28 179- 332 103-134 237 461      16.4    Totals       81 383-1010 253-337 868          1019   12.8
            1974-75   31 187- 356 127-156 230 501      16.1
            Totals    87 530-1026 288-374 657 1348     15.4
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            124     Jim Price and Darrell Griffith were the only players to average over 20 points per game under former Hall of Fame Coach Denny Crum.
Bob                                                        Rodney                                            Allen Murphy
Lochmueller                                                McCray                                            6-5 Guard/Forward
6-5 Forward                                                6-7 Forward/Center                                Birmingham, Ala.
Eberfield, Ind.                                            Mt. Vernon, N.Y.
                                                                                                               Scored 1,453
   Scoring leader on                                          One of just four U                             career points, 20th
U of L's first NCAA                                        of L players to                                   on the all-time U of L
Tournament team in                                         surpass both 1,000                                scoring list.
1951.                                                      career points (1,247)                               Helped the
   Scored 1,218                                            and rebounds                                      Cardinals reach the
career points in three seasons at U of L                   (1,029).                                          1975 NCAA Final Four.
(1949-52), ranking No. 34 on the Cardinals'                   A starter on the Cards’ 1980 NCAA                Scored in double figures in a school-
all-time scoring list.                                     Championship team.                                record 57 consecutive games.




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   Known for his exceptional all-around play.                 Member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic team.            Top scorer for the Cardinals in each of his
   His 19.0 scoring average in the 1950-51                    Honored as Metro Conference Player of          three seasons.
season ranks as the 12th best all-time for                 the Year in 1983.                                   Earned All-America honors in 1975.
the Cardinals.                                                Helped U of L to a combined 109-26               Helped the Cardinals to a combined 72-
   Two-time captain for the Cards.                         record and three NCAA Final Four appear-          17 record in his three seasons, including
   A line from a 1951 publication stated "if a             ances in four seasons, starting 132               two Missouri Valley Conference titles.
coach could have just two or three                         consecutive games.                                  Three-time All-Missouri Valley Confer-
Lochmuellers on the squad, the team would                     Played 10 seasons in the NBA (Houston          ence selection.
be unbeatable."                                            Rockets, Sacramento Kings, Dallas                   His 16.4 career scoring average is the
                                                           Mavericks, Chicago Bulls), 1983-93.               ninth best ever at U of L.
Stats         G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA        Reb    Pts. Avg.                                                        Played one season with the ABA
1949-50      32 124- * 86- *             *    336   10.5   Stats     G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA Reb      Pts. Avg.    Kentucky Colonels (1975-76).
1950-51      25 186-457 103-165          *    474   19.0   1979-80 36   107-197 66-102 269      280 7.8
1951-52      24 151- * 107-153           *    409   17.0   1980-81 30   114-194   60-90 222     288 9.6      Stats         G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA Reb       Pts. Avg.
Totals       81 461- * 296- *            *   1218   15.0   1981-82 33   112-196   59-84 234     283 8.6      1972-73      30 215- 411 51- 83    156    481   16.1
*statistics unavailable                                    1982-83 36   152-259 92-124 304      396 11.0     1973-74      28 208- 383 49- 69    162    465   16.6
                                                           Totals 135   485-846 277-400 1029   1247 9.2      1974-75      31 208- 444 91-112    136    507   16.3
                                                                                                             Totals       89 631-1238 191-264   454   1453   16.4


George                                                     Jim Morgan                                        Chuck Noble
Hauptfuhrer                                                6-1 Guard                                         6-4 Forward/Guard
6-6 Center                                                 Dayton, Ohio                                      Akron, Ohio
Jenkintown, Pa.
                                                              Starting guard on                                 Totalled 1,281
   Leader on legend-                                       the Cardinals’ 1956                               career points in four
ary U of L Coach                                           NIT Championship                                  seasons at U of L
                                                           team that produced a                              (1950-54).




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Peck Hickman’s first
two teams.                                                 26-3 record. He                                      Member of U of L's
   Helped U of L to a                                      scored 14 points in                               first NCAA Tourna-
38-9 combined record in two seasons (16-                   the championship game against Dayton.             ment team in 1951 and the Cardinals
3, 22-6).                                                     Averaged 17.4 points as a senior in            participated in the NIT in each of his other
   Led the Cardinals in scoring each of his                1956-57 as the Cardinals were ranked sixth        three seasons.




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two seasons (1944-46).                                     in the final Associated Press poll.                  Played seven seasons in the NBA with Ft.
   Co-captained the Cards’ 1945-46 team                       Totalled 1,105 career points in four           Wayne (1955-57) and Detroit (1957-62).
that was runner-up in the KIAC Tournament.                 seasons, becoming the 11th player at U of            Helped U of L to a combined 83-26
   First-round draft choice of the Boston                  L to score 1,000 career points.                   record.
Celtics.                                                      Although assists were not an official             Two-time captain for the Cards.
   Completed his education at Pennsylvania                 statistic during his playing days, he                His single-game scoring mark of 36
where he graduated cum laude and made                      amassed several while feeding All-America         points is the seventh best ever at U of L.
the Law Review.                                            center Charlie Tyra.                                 His 15.1 career scoring average ranks
   Became an attorney, practicing in                          Member of U of L Athletic Hall of Fame.        14th all-time for the Cardinals.
Philadephia for several years.                                Helped U of L post a combined 88-23               Known for his accuracy on his 40-foot,
                                                           record in four seasons.                           one-hand set shot.
Stats         G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA        Reb    Pts. Avg.       Drafted in the NBA by Syracuse in 1957.
1944-45 19            128- *   52- *     * 308 16.2                                                          Stats         G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA Reb       Pts. Avg.
1945-46 28              *- *    *- *     * 370 13.2        Stats     G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA Reb      Pts. Avg.    1950-51       4     6-19     4-4 * 16 4.0
Totals  47                                 678 14.4        1553-54    7     8-15     6-9  5 24 3.4           1951-52      25 134-353    39-53 * 307 12.3
*statistics unavailable
                                                           1954-55   27 87-215     40-75 74 214 8.0          1952-53      28 192-538 91-134 142 475 17.0
                                                           1955-56   29 163-409 90-136      416 14.4         1953-54      28 195-518 93-128 177 483 17.2
                                                           1956-57   26 172-405 109-143 112 453 17.4         Totals       85 527-1428 227-319 * 1281 15.1
                                                           Totals    89 430-1044 245-363   1105 12.4         *statistics unavailable


                                                               Junior Bridgeman had his No. 2 professional jersey retired by the NBA Milwaukee Bucks.        125
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            Bud Olsen                                            Kenny Reeves                                                Phil Rollins
            6-8 Center                                           6-0 Guard                                                   6-2 Guard
            Dayton, Ohio                                         Maysville, Ky.                                              Wickliffe, Ky.

               Scored 1,192                                        Starting guard on                                           Starting guard and
            points in three career                               the Cardinals’ 1948                                         captain of the
            seasons at U of L                                    NAIB Championship                                           Cardinals’ 1956 NIT
            (1959-62).                                           team, U of L’s first                                        Championship team.
               Helped U of L to                                  national title.                                               Totalled 1,060
            the NCAA Regional                                      Totalled 1,245                                            career points in four
            Semifinals in 1961 before falling by a point         career points in four seasons at U of L                     seasons at U of L.
            to eventual national runner-up Ohio State.           (1946-50).                                                    Helped U of L produce a combined 89-24
               His 20.8 scoring average as a senior in             Helped U of L produce a combined 90-33                    record, winning over 20 games three of his




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            1961-62 is the seventh-highest in U of L             record.                                                     four years.
            history.                                               Co-captain his senior season (1949-50).                     Member of the U of L Athletic Hall of
               Helped U of L to a combined 51-29                   Member of the U of L Athletic Hall of                     Fame.
            record and in his three seasons.                     Fame.                                                         Among the Cardinals’ top four scorers
               Averaged 9.5 rebounds in his career (760            Known for his excellent outside shooting                  each of his four seasons at U of L.
            total rebounds), 10th best ever for the              touch, ball handling and defensive prowess.                   His 37 points scored against Eastern
            Cardinals.                                             Drafted by NBA Boston Celtics.                            Kentucky as a senior stands as the sixth
               Member of U of L Athletic Hall of Fame.             Became a dentist following his collegiate                 highest single-game mark at U of L.
               Played seven seasons in the NBA for six           career.                                                       Drafted by Philadelphia and played three
            different teams, totalling 1,935 career                                                                          years in the NBA with four different teams.
            points. He was drafted in the second round           Stats         G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA Reb            Pts. Avg.
                                                                 1946-47 22             54-   *    28- *   *    136    6.2   Stats     G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA   Reb   Pts. Avg.
            by Cincinnati.
                                                                 1947-48 34            135-   *    87- *   *    357   10.5   1952-53   28 97-247 76-115 50 270        9.7
            Stats      G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA Reb        Pts. Avg.    1948-49 30            117-   *    85- *   *    319   10.6   1953-54   12 55-135    48-62 42 158     13.2
            1959-60   26   110-246 68-102 187       288   11.1   1949-50 32            163-   *   107- *   *    433   13.6   1954-55   24 118-284 83-113 55 319      13.3
            1960-61   29   146-324 91-128 245       383   13.2   Totals 118            469-   *   307- *   *   1245   10.6   1955-56   21 110-287 93-117 51 313      14.9
            1961-62   25   202-390 117-227 329      521   20.8   *statistics unavailable
                                                                                                                             Totals    85 380-953 300-407 198 1060   12.5
            Totals    80   458-960 276-457 761     1192   14.9

            Jim Price                                                                                                        Derek Smith
            6-3 Guard                                                                                                        6-6 Guard/Forward
            Indianapolis, Ind.                                                                                               Hogansville, Ga.

              Led U of L to the                                                                                                 Sixth on the all-
            NCAA Final Four in                                                                                               time U of L scoring
            1972, earning all-                                                                                               list with 1,826 career
            tournament honors.                                                                                               points (1978-82).
              Totalled 1,490                                                                                                    A starter on the
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            career points in three                                   Derek                                                   Cards’ 1980 NCAA
            seasons at U of L (1969-72).                             Smith                                                   Championship team.
              Played seven seasons in the NBA (1972-                                                                            Helped U of L to a combined 101-30
            79) with the Los Angeles Lakers, Milwau-                                                                         record in four seasons.




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            kee, Denver and Detroit.                                                                                            Honored as Metro Conference Player of
              Earned All-America honors as a senior                                                                          the Year in 1981.
            when he averaged 21 points a game.                                                                                  Three-time All-Metro Conference
              Led U of L to a combined 64-23 record                                                                          performer (1980-82).
            and a pair of Missouri Valley Conference                                                                            Played nine NBA seasons (San Diego/L.
            championships.                                                                                                   A. Clippers, Sacramento Kings, Philadel-
              Two-time All-Missouri Valley Conference                                                                        phia 76ers, Boston Celtics), 1978-91.
            selection.                                                                                                          Former assistant coach for the Washing-
              Named to the 1973 NBA All-Rookie                                                                               ton Bullets
            Team, the 1974 NBA All-Defensive Team                                                                               Top rated guard in the NBA in 1984-85
            and the 1975 NBA All-Star Team.                                                                                  when he averaged 22.1 points and ranked
                                                                                                                             among the top five NBA guards in four
            Stats      G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA     Reb    Pts. Avg.                                                                statistical categories.
            1969-70   27 144-323    72-99 149 360         13.3
            1970-71   29 185-419 108-133 146 478          16.5                                                               Stats     G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA Reb     Pts. Avg.
            1971-72   31 244-493 164-198 122 652          21.0                                                               1978-79 32 117- 185 79-123 153 313 9.8
            Totals    87 573-1235 344-430 417 1490        17.1                                                               1979-80 36 213- 372 105-150 299 531 14.8
                                                                                                                             1980-81 30 188- 348 89-135 233 465 15.5
                                                                                                                             1981-82 33 204- 346 109-162 199 517 15.7
                                                                                                                             Totals 131 722-1251 382-570 884 1826 13.9

            126       Thirteen of the 16 BIG EAST Conference coaches have guided a team to the NCAA Tournament.
                                               John Turner                                       Cardinals Have Two
                                               6-5 Forward
                                                                                                 Representatives
                                               Newport, Ky.
                                                                                                 in the Naismith
                                                  Led U of L to its                              Basketball Hall of Fame
                                               first NCAA Final Four
                                               appearance in 1959
                                               and the NCAA
                                John           regional semifinals in
                                Turner         1961.
                                                  Earned All-America honors in 1961.
                                                  Produced 1,451 career points in three
                                               seasons at U of L (1958-61), ranking 21st




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                                               on the all-time scoring list.
                                                  Top scorer for the Cardinals in each of his
                                               three seasons.
                                                  Led U of L to a combined 55-31 record.
                                                  His 669 points scored as a senior (23.1
                                               avg.) is the third-highest ever in a single
                                               season at U of L.
                                                  1961 NCAA Mideast Regional MVP.
                                                  Played one season in the NBA for the
                                               Chicago Bulls (1961-62).                          Former UCLA Coach John Wooden (right), the
                                                  Seventh on the Cards’ all-time rebound-        only person inducted to the Basketball Hall of
                                               ing list with 919 career boards.                  Fame as both a player and coach, was Denny
                                                                                                 Crum's escort at the ceremonies. Crum played
                                               Stats     G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA    Reb   Pts. Avg.    and coached under Wooden at UCLA.
                                               1958-59   31 184- 454 66-102 300 434     14.0
                                               1959-60   26 144- 421 60- 89 287 348     13.4
                                               1960-61   29 277- 555 115-142 332 669    23.1
                                               Totals    86 605-1430 241-333 919 1451   16.9

Billy Thompson                                 Milt Wagner
6-8 Forward                                    6-5 Guard
Camden, N.J.                                   Camden, N.J.

   Scoring leader                                  One of the most
(14.9 points) on the                           prolific scorers in U
Cards’ 1986 NCAA                               of L history, ranking
Championship team,                             fifth in all-time
earning All-Final Four                         scoring with 1,834




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honors.                                        career points.
   Only player to rank among the Cardinals’        A starter on the Cards’ 1986 NCAA
top ten in career scoring (11th, 1,685         Championship team.
points), rebounding (seventh, 930 re-              Helped U of L to a 113-32 combined            Wes Unseld, who played for the Cardinals from




         55                                               20
bounds) and assists (sixth, 459 assists).      record and three NCAA Final Four appear-          1965-68 and had a stellar pro career with the
   Helped U of L to a combined 107-33          ances over his career.                            Washington Bullets, is the only other U of L
                                                                                                 representative in the Hall of Fame.
record and two NCAA Final Four appear-             Played in 144 career games, the second
ances in four seasons.                         most in U of L history, and started the last
   Standout on the 1985 USA World              111 games in which he played.
University Games team, scoring 25 points           One of the most clutch performers in U of
in the championship game.                      L basketball history, he ranks sixth in career
   Two-time All-Metro Conference selection.    assists (432), seventh in career free throw
   First-round NBA draft pick (19th overall)   percentage (.808, 336-of-413).
who played five years in the NBA with the          Three-time All-Metro Conference pick.
Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat.                 Second-round NBA draft pick (35th
                                               overall) who played 13 years of professional
Stats    G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA Reb     Pts. Avg.   basketball in the USA and Europe.
1982-83 36 104-213    53-81 140 261 7.3
1983-84 31 106-209    72-98 173 284 9.2        Stats     G FGM-FGA FTM-FTA    Reb   Pts. Avg.
1984-85 37 220-427 118-158 311 558 15.1        1981-82 32 63-131     11-19 33 137        4.3
1985-86 39 221-384 140-196 304 582 14.9        1982-83 36 227-437    61-86 92 517       14.4
Totals 143 651-1233 383-533 930 1685 11.9      1983-84 35 228-458 124-146 103 580       16.6
                                               1984-85 2     11-27     3-3   5 25       12.5
                                               1985-86 39 220- 444 137-159 122 577      14.8
                                               Totals 144 749-1497 336-413 355 1834     12.7    Junior Bridgeman

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            Louisville All-Americans
                                                              Season          Player                        Team
                                                              1955-56         Charlie Tyra                  Helms Athletic Foundation
                                                              1956-57         Charlie Tyra                  Helms Athletic Foundation
                                                              1958-59         Don Goldstein                 Helms Athletic Foundation
                                                              1960-61         John Turner                   Helms Athletic Foundation
                                                              1965-66         Wes Unseld                    Helms Athletic Foundation
                                                              1966-67         Wes Unseld                    AP, UPI, NABC, Helms, USBWA, Converse
                                                              1967-68         Wes Unseld                    AP, UPI, NABC, Helms, USBWA, Converse
                                                              1968-69         Butch Beard                   Helms Athletic Foundation
                                                              1971-72         Jim Price                     NABC, USBWA, Helms, Converse
            Charlie Tyra           Don Goldstein              1974-75         Junior Bridgeman              NABC, USBWA, Basketball Weekly,
                                                                                                              Citizens Athletic Foundation, Converse
                                                              1974-75         Allen Murphy                  Citizens Athletic Foundation
                                                              1975-76         Phil Bond                     College Sports Information Directors
                                                                                                             of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America
                                                              1976-77         Wesley Cox                    Citizens Athletic Foundation, Converse
                                                              1977-78         Rick Wilson                   Basketball Weekly
                                                              1978-79         Darrell Griffith              Sporting News, Citizens Athletic
                                                                                                              Foundation, Converse
                                                              1979-80         Darrell Griffith              John Wooden Award, Sporting News Player
                                                                                                              of the Year, Basketball Weekly, Converse,
                                                                                                             USBWA, AP, UPI, Sport Magazine, Citizens
                                                                                                              Athletic Foundation; consensus first team
            John Turner            Wes Unseld
                                                              1983-84         Lancaster Gordon              Sporting News second team
                                                              1988-89         Pervis Ellison                Consensus first team; USBWA and NABC
                                                                                                             First Teams; AP and UPI Second Teams;
                                                                                                              Blue Ribbon Yearbook Player of the Year
                                                              1993-94         Clifford Rozier               Consensus first team; AP, UPI, USBWA and
                                                                                                             ESPN Radio first teams; NABC, Basketball
                                                                                                             Weekly and Basketball Times second teams.
                                                              1996-97         DeJuan Wheat                  Sporting News second team, NABC third
                                                                                                              team; AP honorable mention
                                                              2002-03         Reece Gaines                  Sporting News, ESPN, and Sports Illustrated
                                                                                                              second team; AP third team
                                                              2004-05         Francisco Garcia              NABC second team; John R. Wooden
            Butch Beard            Jim Price                                                                   All-American team
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            Lancaster Gordon       Pervis Ellison             Clifford Rozier            DeJuan Wheat               Reece Gaines               Francisco Garcia

            128    Five Cardinals have been consensus first team All-Americas - Charlie Tyra, Wes Unseld, Darrell Griffith, Pervis Ellison and Clifford Rozier.
                                                                               U of L Athletic Hall of Fame
Name                         Yrs at U of L            Sport                     Name                               Yrs at U of L   Sport
Harold Adams ....................... 1961-64          Basketball                Jim LaFountain ..................... 1973-76       Baseball
Harold Andrews .................... 1956-57           Basketball                Mike Lawhon ........................ 1969-72       Basketball
Lawrence Apitz ..................... 1936-43          Football, Basketball,     Tom Leahy ............................ 1936-39     Football
                                                      Track Coach               Carole Liedtke ...................... 1965-67      Gymnastics Coach
Bruce Armstrong ................... 1983-86           Football                  Bob Lochmueller ................... 1965-67        Basketball
Charles Asher ....................... 1948-51         Football                  Laurie Maxwell Londot ......... 1988-91            Volleyball
John Atkinson ....................... 1926-28         Football                  Melzar Lowe ......................... 1933-36      Football
Larry Ball ............................... 1969-71    Football, Basketball      Tom Lucia ............................. 1949-51    Football
Bettina Bard .......................... 1993-97       Track/Cross Country       Lenny Lyles .......................... 1954-57     Football
Lewis "Sonny" Bass .............. 1940-42             Football, Basketball      Von Macklin .......................... 1974-76     Basketball
James Bealmear ................... 1962-66            Track                     John Madeya ........................ 1969-72       Football
Butch Beard .......................... 1966-69        Basketball                Kevin Malone ........................ 1976-80      Baseball
Bob Bender ........................... 1951-53        Football                  Amos Martin ......................... 1967-72      Football
Nell Knox-Blackford .............. 1989-93            Basketball                Paul Mattingly ....................... 1969-71     Football
Harry Bockman ..................... 1946-49           Track                     Rodney McCray .................... 1979-83         Basketball
Phillip Bond ........................... 1973-77      Basketball                Ray McKinney ...................... 1928-31        Football
Michelle Borgert .................... 1991-95         Track/Cross Country       Uncas Miller .......................... 1925-27    Football
Lee Bouggess ....................... 1968-70          Football                  Frank Minnifield .................... 1979-82      Football
Sherill Brakmeier .................. 1940-44          Special Selection         James Morgan ...................... 1954-57        Basketball
Tony Branch ......................... 1976-80         Basketball                Allen Murphy ......................... 1972-75     Basketball
Junior Bridgeman ................. 1972-75            Basketball                Tom Musselman ................... 1956-59          Golf                      Johnny Unitas
Robert Brown ........................ 1949-52         Basketball                John Nation .......................... 1970-74     Swimming
Sherry Effinger Brown .......... 1977-80              Field Hockey              John Neidert ......................... 1965-67     Football
Ray Buchanan ...................... 1989-92           Football                  Charles Noble ....................... 1951-54      Basketball
Doug Buffone ........................ 1962-64         Football                  Donald Noel .......................... 1947-48     Track/Cross Country
Brendan Burke ...................... 1984-87          Tennis                    Bill Olsen ............................... 1959-62 Baseball, Basketball
George Cain ......................... 1954-57         Football                                                             1969-80 Asst. Basketball Coach
Frank Camp .......................... 1946-68         Football Coach                                                       1980-97 Director of Athletics
Tom Carroll ........................... 1941-42       Football                  Bud Olsen ............................. 1959-62    Basketball
James Caufield ..................... 1938-40          Football                  Wally Oyler ........................... 1966-68    Football
Mario Cheppo ....................... 1955-58          Football                  Dale Orem ............................ 1957-60     Football
Jennifer Coe ......................... 1985-88        Soccer                    Valerie Owens Combs .......... 1976-80             Basketball
Glenn "Ish" Combs ............... 1946-49             Basketball                Clyde Parker ......................... 1944-47     Basketball
Jack Coleman ....................... 1946-49          Basketball                Walter Peacock .................... 1972-75        Football
Elmer Collina ........................ 1955-60        Football, Track           Meg Peavy ............................ 1979-81     Tennis
Dee Compton ....................... 1946-48           Basketball                Ken Porco ............................. 1956-59    Football
Lee Corso ............................. 1969-72       Football Coach            Betty Potts ............................ 1940-45   Basketball,Cheerleading
Corky Cox ............................. 1950-54       Basketball                Ray Potts .............................. 1946-49   Basketball
Wesley Cox .......................... 1973-77         Basketball                Jim Price ............................... 1968-72  Basketball
Denny Crum ......................... 1971-01          Basketball Coach          Scott Reburn ......................... 1983-84     Baseball
Bernard Dahlem ................... 1948-50            Swimming                  Marilyn Reckelhoff ................ 1984-88        Basketball
William Darragh .................... 1954-57          Basketball                Kenny Reeves ...................... 1946-50        Basketball
Michael Detenber ................. 1967-70            Football                  Benjamin Reid ...................... 1928-31       Football, Basketball
John Dromo .......................... 1948-88         Basketball, Golf,         John Reuther ........................ 1961-65      Basketball
                                                       & Football Coach         Dave Rivenbark .................... 1949-52        Football
Jerry Eaves ........................... 1978-82       Basketball                Jim Tom Robertson .............. 1926-28           Football
Norbert Elbert ....................... 1939-40        Football                  Phil Rollins ............................ 1953-56  Basketball
Pervis Ellison ........................ 1985-89       Basketball                Bennett Russell .................... 1964-67       Football
James Ferriell, Jr. ................. 1961-64         Golf                      Guy Shearer ......................... 1928-32      Football, Wrestling,
John Finn .............................. 1957-58      Football                                                                     Basketball
Bill Gatti ................................ 1968-71   Football                  Howard Schnellenberger ...... 1985-94              Football Coach
Tom Giannini ........................ 1930-33         Football                  Ted Schulz ............................ 1979-82    Golf
Frank Gitschier ..................... 1946-49         Football,                 Chuck Schupp ...................... 1973-76        Baseball                  Wes Unseld
                                            1950-54   Asst. Football Coach      Andy Schrecker .................... 1988-92        Tennis
Don Goldstein ....................... 1956-58         Basketball                Jamil Shalash ....................... 1983-86      Soccer
Lancaster Gordon ................. 1980-84            Basketball                Duke Shumate ...................... 1975-79        Baseball
Ernie Green .......................... 1958-62        Football                  William Slider ........................ 1938-39    Football
Darrell Griffith ....................... 1976-79      Basketball                Derek Smith .......................... 1979-82     Basketball
Mike Grosso ......................... 1968-70         Basketball                Charles Spencer ................... 1928-29        Football




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Julie Guess ........................... 1989-93       Tennis                    Bill Stansbury ........................ 1942-48,50 Cheerleader
Jeff Hall ................................. 1982-86   Basketball                Samuel Steinfeld .................. 1925-26        Track
Paul Hall ............................... 1920-21     Baseball                  Peggy Stevens ..................... 1960-63        Tennis
Charles Hampton .................. 1937-40            Football                  Howard Stevens ................... 1971-72         Football
Ed Harmon ........................... 1965-67         Football                  Gilbert Sturtzel ...................... 1955-57    Football
George Hauptfuhrer ............. 1944-46              Basketball                Billy Thompson ..................... 1982-86       Basketball
Ron Hawley .......................... 1961-64         Basketball                William Threlkeld .................. 1934-35       Football
John Heldman ...................... 1940-66           Baseball, Basketball      Joe Trabue ........................... 1946-49     Football,
                                                      & Football Coach          John Turner .......................... 1957-60     Basketball
Bernard Peck Hickman ......... 1944-67                Basketball Coach,         Charles Tyra ......................... 1954-57     Basketball
                                         1954-73      Athletics Director        Bob Ullrich ............................ 1965-69   Track & Cross Country     Frank Camp      Lenny Lyles
Donald Hockensmith ............ 1959-63               Football                  Johnny Unitas ....................... 1951-55      Football
Wade Houston ...................... 1963-66           Basketball,               Westley Unseld ..................... 1965-67       Basketball
                                         1976-89      Asst. Basketball Coach    Robbie Valentine .................. 1983-86        Basketball
Gary Inman ........................... 1969-71        Football                  Milt Wagner .......................... 1981-86     Basketball
Susan Elpers Inman ............. 1981-85              Volleyball                Anderson Walker .................. 1955-57         Football
Charles Isenberg .................. 1940-42           Football                  Cleo Walker .......................... 1967-69     Football
Tom Jackson ........................ 1970-72          Football                  Kevin Walsh .......................... 1975-78     Tennis
Joe Jacoby ........................... 1978-80        Football                  Edward Weber ...................... 1926-28        Basketball, Track
Charlie Johnson .................... 1963-65          Football                                                                       Baseball, Golf
Horace Jones ....................... 1968-70          Football                  Mary Wessell ........................ 1981-84      Field Hockey
Jerry Jones ........................... 1973-96       Asst. Basketball Coach    Lawrence Wetherby ............. 1927-28            Football, Baseball
Bob King ............................... 1938-41      Basketball                Reene Wilkins Maloy ............ 1967-71           Basketball, F. Hockey
Jerry King ............................. 1966-67      Basketball                James Williams ..................... 1950-53       Football
Tom King .............................. 1925-30       Basketball Coach          James Wolf ........................... 1948-51     Football
Donald Kinker ....................... 1943-46         Basketball                Maurice Wolford ................... 1948-50        Football
Joe Kitchen ........................... 1957-60       Basketball                Clark Wood ........................... 1947-85     Football Coach
John Knopf ........................... 1945-47        Basketball                Dwayne Woodruff ................. 1976-79          Football
Otto Knop ............................. 1949-52       Football                  Leslie Wright ......................... 1931-34    Basketball
Dan Kopriva .......................... 1989-92        Baseball                  Ralph Wright ......................... 1948        Swimming Coach
Ken Kortas ............................ 1960-62       Football                  Edward Young ...................... 1955-58        Football, Track
Fred Koster ........................... 1926-28       Football, Basketball,     Jim Zamberlan ...................... 1965-67       Football
                                                      Baseball, Track           Sherrill Zimmerman .............. 1971-75          Cheerleaders
Tom LaFramboise ................ 1961-64              Football                  Dorothy Galligan Zipp ........... 1969-72          Field Hockey
Dave Lawrence ..................... 1947-48           Asst. Coach
                                                      Basketball, Track                                                                                      Doug Buffone

      Four BIG EAST Conference teams -- Louisville, Connecticut, Syracuse and Marquette -- have appeared in the Final Four in the last four years.                                     129
            Louisville's National Champions




            1986 NCAA Champions
            Front Row (from the left): Kevin Walls, Chris West, Mike Abram, Keith Williams. Middle Row: Herbert Crook, Jeff Hall, Billy Thompson,
            Head Coach Denny Crum, Milt Wagner, Robbie Valentine, Mark McSwain. Back Row: Student Manager Jeff Witt, Trainer Jerry May,
            Asst. Coach Jerry Jones, Asst. Coach Wade Houston, Avery Marshall, David Robinson, Will Olliges, Pervis Ellison, Kenny Payne, Tony
            Kimbro, Asst. Coach Bobby Dotson, Conditioning Coor. Doug Semenick, Grad. Asst. Jeff Van Pelt.
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            1980 NCAA Champions
            Front Row (from the left): Student Manager Randy Bufford, Greg Deuser, Jerry Eaves, Roger Burkman, Head Coach Denny Crum, Darrell
            Griffith, Tony Branch, Poncho Wright, Student Manager Lambert Jemley. Back Row: Asst. Coach Jerry Jones, Grad. Asst. Mark
            McDonald, Rodney McCray, Daryl Cleveland, Marty Pulliam, Scooter McCray, Wiley Brown, Derek Smith, Asst. Coach Wade Houston,
            Asst. Head Coach Bill Olsen, Student Trainer Steve Donohue.
            130     Louisville has made post-season tournament appearances 36 of the last 40 years.
                                                                                                   1956 NIT Champions
                                                                                                   Sitting: Manager Leon Wilson. Front Row
                                                                                                   (from the left): Bobby Potter, Dick Keffer,
                                                                                                   Phil Rollins, Gerry Moreman, Roscoe
                                                                                                   Shackleford, Jim Morgan. Second Row:
                                                                                                   Asst. Coach John Dromo, Jim Heins, Al
                                                                                                   Glaza, Jerry DuPont, Jim Heeren, Charlie
                                                                                                   Tyra, Head Coach Peck Hickman. Back
                                                                                                   Row: John Froning, Paul Bashman, John
                                                                                                   Varoscak, Bill Darragh, Harold Pike, Herb
                                                                                                   Harrah.




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                                                                                                   1948 NAIB Champions
                                                                                                   Front Row (from the left): Bob Borah, John
                                                                                                   Knopf, Ken Reeves, Ray “Button” Combs,
                                                                                                   Glenn “Ish” Combs. Back Row: Paul
                                                                                                   Walker, Deward Compton, Jack Coleman,
                                                                                                   Oz Johnson, Lum Edwards, Head Coach
                                                                                                   Peck Hickman.

The 1986 NCAA Final Four field of Louisville, Duke, Kansas and LSU had a best-ever combined 127-23 record entering the national semifinals.   131
            U of Ls NCAA Final Four Teams
            U of L''s NCAA Final Four Teams
                                                                                        1959 Louisville Cardinals
                                                                                        Sitting: Manager Barry Schermer. Front Row (from the left):
                                                                                        Howard Stacey, Harold Andrews, Roger Tieman, Alex Mantel,
                                                                                        Ron Rubenstein. Middle Row: Coach Peck Hickman, Bill
                                                                                        Geiling, John Turner, George Burnette, Don Goldstein, Fred
                                                                                        Sawyer, Asst. Coach John Dromo. Back Row: Jerry Watkins,
                                                                                        Harley Andrews, Joe Kitchen, Buddy Leathers, Bob Hall.




                                                                                                            1972 Louisville Cardinals
                                                                                                            Front Row (from the left): Larry Carter, Jim
                                                                                                            Price, Tim Cooper. Second Row: Head
                                                                                                            Coach Denny Crum, Asst. Coach Bill
                                                                                                            Olsen, Joe Meiman, Henry Bacon, Ron
                                                                                                            Stallings, Student Manager John Ellis, Asst.
                                                                                                            Coach Dana Kirk. Back Row: Student
                                                                                                            Manager Rick Alexander, Paul Pry, Ken
                                                                                                            Bradley, Bill Bunton, Al Vilcheck, Ron
                                                                                                            Thomas, Mike Lawhon.
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                                                                                                            1975 Louisville Cardinals
                                                                                                            (from the left) Danny Brown, Billy Harmon,
                                                                                                            Rick Wilson, Junior Bridgeman, Stanley
                                                                                                            Bunton, Bill Bunton, Ricky Gallon, Ike
                                                                                                            Whitfield, Wesley Cox, Allen Murphy, Phil
                                                                                                            Bond, Terry Howard.




            132   Louisville is 97-0 when it has scored 100 or more points in a game.
                                                                                                1982 Louisville Cardinals
                                                                                                Kneeling (from the left): Student Trainer
                                                                                                Rick Ahmay, Danny Mitchell, Jerry Eaves,
                                                                                                Milt Wagner, James Jeter, Greg Deuser,
                                                                                                Kent Jones, Lancaster Gordon, Student
                                                                                                Manager David Lester. Back Row: Head
                                                                                                Coach Denny Crum, Asst. Coach Wade
                                                                                                Houston, Scooter McCray, Charles Jones,
                                                                                                Wiley Brown, Derek Smith, Rodney
                                                                                                McCray, Marty Pulliam, Poncho Wright,
                                                                                                Manuel Forrest, Graduate Asst. Daryl
                                                                                                Cleveland, Trainer Jerry May, Asst. Coach
                                                                                                Bobby Dotson, Asst. Coach Jerry Jones.




                                                                                                1983 Louisville Cardinals
                                                                                                Front Row (from the left): Manuel Forrest,
                                                                                                Charles Jones, Scooter McCray, Head
                                                                                                Coach Denny Crum, Rodney McCray, Milt
                                                                                                Wagner, Lancaster Gordon. Back row:
                                                                                                Student Manager David Lester, Asst.
                                                                                                Coach Jerry Jones, Asst. Coach Bobby
                                                                                                Dotson, Grad. Asst. Roger Burkman,
                                                                                                James Jeter, Jeff Hall, Robbie Valentine,
                                                                                                Billy Thompson, Danny Mitchell, Chris
                                                                                                West, Kent Jones, Asst. Coach Wade
                                                                                                Houston, Trainer Jerry May, Student
                                                                                                Manager Jeff Pickett, Grad Asst. Greg
                                                                                                Deuser.




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2005 Louisville Cardinals
Seated (from the left) — Perrin Johnson, Brad Gianiny, Ellis Myles, Taquan Dean, Larry O’Bannon, Head Coach Rick Pitino, Francisco
Garcia, Otis George, Chris Current, Brandon Jenkins, Lorrenzo Wade. Standing — Executive Assistant Vincent Tatum, Strength and
Conditioning Coach Ray Ganong, Staff Assistant Brian Merritt, Team Physician Dr. John Ellis, Administrative Assistant Scott
Davenport, Head Trainer Fred Hina, Assistant Coach Vince Taylor, Terrance Farley, David Padgett, Juan Diego Palacios, Brian
Johnson, Assistant Coach Reggie Theus, Staff Assistant Eric Scott, Director of Basketball Operations Bill Burke, Equipment Manager
Tim Sypher, Team Physician Dr. Chris Pitcock, Assistant Coach Kevin Willard, Staff Assistant Gus Hauser.
                                              The University of Louisville stat crew has worked the last 38 consecutive NCAA Final Fours.   133
            Freedom Hall
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                 U of L is in its 51st season in tradition-   seats. A new scoreboard system and video       record crowds for the Cards. The largest
            rich Freedom Hall.                                wall setup was installed in 1994.              crowd in the facility was the 20,091 group
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                 Situated on the massive Kentucky Fair             Other features included in the renova-    that witnessed U of L's Jan. 21, 2006 game
            and Exposition Center in Louisville,              tion that accompany the arena are a press      against third-ranked Connecticut, a game
            Freedom Hall was refurbished and refined          room, locker rooms and coaches' offices for    which also served as a backdrop for
            in 1984 to increase its seating capacity          the Cardinals and visiting teams, a            ESPN's College Gameday. The biggest
            from 16,613 to 18,865.                            president's reception room and two plush       crowd prior to the renovation was 17,661
                 The approximate $13.3 million renova-        VIP lounges.                                   against Cincinnati on Feb. 22, 1969.
            tion of the 50-year-old, state-owned facility          The multi-purpose facility was the site        Freedom Hall surpassed the 10 million
            began April 2, 1984. Lower arena seating          of the 2001 and 2003 Conference USA            mark in attendance for U of L basketball
            and the ceiling were torn out and renova-         Basketball Tournaments. Freedom Hall           games in 2004. Last year, the Cards
            tion crews removed some 10,000 square             also housed nine Metro Conference              ranked fourth nationally in home atten-
            feet of dirt to lower the arena floor about 10    Basketball Tournaments (1976, 1980, 1981,      dance with a 18,316 average in 22 games,
            feet.                                             1985, 1986, 1987, 1992, 1993 and 1995).        the 31st consecutive year U of L has
                 The resulting renovation project has              Six NCAA Finals have been staged in       ranked among the nation's top ten, includ-
            provided the Cardinals with a showcase for        Freedom Hall, home of the University of        ing 25 straight in the top five. U of L
            college basketball at its best. In addition to    Louisville basketball team since 1956. The     averaged a record 19,591 in 1996-97.
            added seating, among the structural               1976 NCAA Midwest Regional was held                 In addition to college basketball,
            improvements were a $750,000 lighting             there in addition to the first and second      Freedom Hall has served as a site of the
            system that is daylight balanced, a               rounds of the 1983 NCAA Midwest Re-            state high school basketball tournament,
            $225,000 sound system, a new ceiling, a           gional. The NCAA Southeast Regional was        all-star contests and various concerts and
            reinforced roof and a new heating, ventila-       played there in 1987. U of L also              conventions. The facility was originally
            tion and air conditioning system.                 hosted the First and Second Rounds of the      designed for just one event — the Kentucky
                 Also included are 24 private boxes           NCAA Southeast Regional in 1991.               State Fair Horse Show, considered the
            located between the lower arena and loge               Freedom Hall’s facelift provided new      world championship for show horses.

            134    The Armory (now Louisville Gardens) was Louisville’s home court prior to Freedom Hall.
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                                                                                               ESPN College Basketball
                                                                                                   Magazine* noted
                                                                                                     Freedom Hall
                                                                                                    as the nation's
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                   s Record in Freedom Hall
            U of L's Record in Freedom Hall
                              Won-Lost Record                                             Attendance                                                Most consecutive victories in Freedom
                                  (50 Years)                                                                                    National          Hall: 26, starting with a 94-70 win over
            Season                Won Lost Pct.                    Season           Games Attend.                Average        Ranking*          Tenn.-Chattanooga on Jan. 4, 1979, 16 home
            1956-57 ......... 3         0    1.000                 1956-57 ........ 3       41,056               13,685         —                 games of the 1979-80 season and the first
            1957-58 ......... 12        2    .917                  1957-58 ...... 12        61,391                5,116         —                 game of the 1980-81 season (78-67 win over
            1958-59 ......... 13        5    .933                  1958-59 ...... 15        65,491                4,366         —                 Maryland). Utah beat U of L (78-59) on Dec.
            1959-60 ......... 11        5    .714                  1959-60 ...... 14        76,347                5,453          --               20, 1981 to end the home court streak.
            1960-61 ......... 15        3    .857                  1960-61 ...... 14        91,335                6,524          --
            1961-62 ......... 11        4    .769                  1961-62 ...... 13        91,702                7,054          --                  Largest Crowd: 20,088 that witnessed U
            1962-63 ......... 9         2    .818                  1962-63 ...... 11        69,310                6,301          --               of L's Jan. 21, 2006 game against Connecti-
            1963-64 ......... 10        4    .714                  1963-64 ...... 14        98,672                7,048           9th             cut. Prior to the renovation in 1984, the
            1964-65 ......... 9         2    .833                  1964-65 ...... 12        98,303                8,192         12th              largest crowd was 17,661 vs. Cincinnati on
            1965-66 ......... 12        1    .923                  1965-66 ...... 13       131,476               10,114           7th             Feb. 22, 1969.
            1966-67 ......... 14        0    1.000                 1966-67 ...... 14       165,743               11,839           4th
            1967-68 ......... 11        1    .917                  1967-68 ...... 12       144,105               12,009           3rd                11 Million Mark Should Be Reached in
            1968-69 ......... 14        0    1.000                 1968-69 ...... 14       138,376                 9,884        —                 2006-07: U of L should reach the 11 million
            1969-70 ......... 11        3    .786                  1969-70 ...... 14       146,843               10,489         —                 mark in all-time attendance in Freedom Hall
            1970-71 ......... 13        1    .928                  1970-71 ...... 14       137,217                9,807         —                 this season. U of L opened the year 211,659
            1971-72 ......... 11        1    .917                  1971-72 ...... 12       133,949               11,162         —                 fans short of 11M fans, a mark that should be
            1972-73 ......... 14        0    1.000                 1972-73 ...... 14       134,644                 9,617        —                 reached in the Cardinals' game against
            1973-74 ......... 13        2    .857                  1973-74 ...... 15       130,468               10,872         —                 Northeastern or San Francisco given U of L's
            1974-75 ......... 14        0    1.000                 1974-75 ...... 14       191,440               13,674          6th              usual average attendance. In 50 years of
            1975-76 ......... 13        4    .764                  1975-76 ...... 17       184,059               10,872         —                 competition in Freedom Hall, 10,788,341 fans
            1976-77 ......... 15        1    .937                  1976-77 ...... 16       203,248               12,703         10th              have flocked to Freedom Hall to see the
            1977-78 ......... 13        2    .923                  1977-78 ...... 15       186,804               12,454         10th              Cards play basketball. The Cardinals have
            1978-79 ......... 15        1    .937                  1978-79 ...... 16       224,784               14,049         10th              been unbeaten in the 18,865-seat facility six
            1979-80 ......... 16        0    1.000                 1979-80 ..... **14      211,375               15,098          6th              seasons, including the three games U of L
            1980-81 ......... 14        2    .875                  1980-81 ..... **14      214,859               15,347         10th              played in the arena in 1956-57 before officially
            1981-82 ......... 11        2    .846                  1981-82 ...... 13       207,542               15,965          6th              moving to Freedom Hall the following year.
            1982-83 ......... 14        1    .933                  1982-83 ...... 15       246,617               16,441          5th
            1983-84 ......... 13        2    .923                  1983-84 ...... 15       246,818               16,455          4th                Note: U of L played just three games in
            1984-85 ......... 13        5    .722                  1984-85 .... ***19      343,572               18,082          3rd              Freedom Hall in 1956-57, Dec. 26 vs. Notre
            1985-86 ......... 17        1    .944                  1985-86 ...... 18       346,782               19,265          3rd              Dame; Dec. 28 vs. St. Louis; and Dec. 29 vs.
            1986-87 ......... 12        5    .706                  1986-87 ...... 17       320,693               18,864          5th              Dayton. The Cards played 10 of their home
            1987-88 ......... 14        2    .875                  1987-88 ...... 16       309,148               19,322          4th              games that season in the Jefferson County
            1988-89 ......... 11        4    .733                  1988-89 ...... 15       290,876               19,392          3rd              Armory. U of L also played one game in the
            1989-90 ......... 12        2    .857                  1988-89 ...... 14       270,865               19,348          4th              Jefferson County Armory in 1958-59; two
            1990-91 .........      9    6    .600                  1990-91 ...... 15       286,509               19,101          4th              games in the Convention Center in 1963-64;
            1991-92 ......... 11        4    .733                  1991-92 ...... 15       286,811               19,121          4th              and three games in the Convention Center in
            1992-93 ......... 13        3    .813                  1992-93 ...... 16       293,043               18,315 +        5th              1964-65.
            1993-94 ......... 14        1    .933                  1993-94 ...... 15       289,839               19,323          5th
            1994-95 ......... 14        3    .824                  1994-95 ...... 17       317,165               18,657          5th              Largest Freedom Hall Crowds
            1995-96 ......... 10        4    .714                  1995-96 ...... 14       273,754               19,554          4th              Crowd        Opponent         Result   Date
            1996-97 ......... 11        3    .786                  1996-97 ...... 14       274,272               19,591          4th              1. 20,091    Connecticut     L 58-71   1/21/06
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            1997-98 ........... 6       8    .429                  1997-98 ...... 14       261,364               18,669          5th              2. 20,088    Kentucky        L 58-60   12/18/04
            1998-99 ........... 11      3    .786                  1998-99 ...... 14       266,767               19,055          4th              3. 20,086    Indiana         W 95-76   2/1/03
            1999-00 ........... 13      2    .867                  1999-00 ...... 15       287,695               19,180          4th              4. 20,079    Cincinnati      W 93-66   1/21/04
            2000-01............ 6 10         .372                  2000-01 ....... 16      279,317               17,457          5th              5. 20,076    Massachusetts   L 59-62   3/1/96
            2001-02 ........... 16       3   .842                  2001-02 ....... 19      359,929               18,929 ~        2nd              6. 20,075    Kentucky        L 54-74   12/31/96
            2002-03 ........... 16       2   .889                  2002-03 ....... 18      342,672               19,037          3rd              7. 20,068    Charlotte       W 94-82   3/3/05
            2003-04 ........... 13       2   .867                  2003-04 ....... 15      291,643               19,443          4th              8. 20,064    Cincinnati      W 77-70   2/2/05
            2004-05 ........... 15       2   .882                  2004-05 ....... 17      318,688               18,746 #        4th              9. 20,061    Kentucky        W 81-63   12/28/02
            2005-06 ........... 19       3   .864                  2005-06 ....... 22      402,963               18,316 ~        4th              10. 20,058   Villanova       L 67-76   1/5/06
            Totals ............. 622 129     .828                  Totals ........ 749  10,788,341               14,403
              * Until the 1966-67, national rankings in home attendance were based on total attendance, but since have been measured on average    2005-06 NCAA Home
            per game attendance.
             ** Played two additional games in Convention Center.                                                                                  Game Attendance Leaders
            *** Includes a game in Broadbent Arena (7,227).
              + Includes atypical crowd of 7,146 that braved snow-covered, nearly impassible roads as UofL beat UNC Charlotte 69-64 (2/25/93).
              # Includes atypical crowd of 8,325 vs. Austin Peay because of snowfall over a foot and nearly impassible roads.                      Rank/School          G      Attend.    Avg.
             ~ Includes home games played in the NIT.                                                                                              1. Kentucky          15     341,445    22,763
                                                                                                                                                   2. Syracuse          19     410,153    21,587
             NCAA Final Fours in Freedom Hall                                                                                                      3. North Carolina    17     344,071    20,239
             Year           Champion                Score           Runner-up             Third Place             Fourth Place                     4. Louisville        22     402,963    18,316
             1958           Kentucky                84-72           Seattle               Temple                  Kansas State                     5. Tennessee         15     269,310    17,954
             1959           California              71-70           West Virginia         Cincinnati              Louisville                       6. Maryland          17     291,961    17,174
             1962           Cincinnati              71-59           Ohio State            Wake Forest             UCLA                             7. Wisconsin         16     274,272    17,142
             1963           Loyola (Ill.)           60-58/ot        Cincinnati            Duke                    Oregon State                     8. Indiana           13     220,343    16,949
             1967           UCLA                    92-85           Dayton                Houston                 North Carolina                   9. Illinois          16     265,888    16,618
             1969           UCLA                    92-72           Purdue                Drake                   North Carolina                   10. Kansas           16     260,800    16,300

            136        U of L has never lost four straight games in Freedom Hall.
                                              Record vs. Foes in Freedom Hall
                                              Record vs. Foes in Freedom Hall
Opponent               Won Lost First      Last   Opponent                   Won Lost First      Last   Opponent             Won Lost First    Last    Opponent                    Won Lost First      Last
Air Force ................... 1 0 2002     2002   Cleveland State ........ 4          0   1982   1990   Manhattan ................ 2 0 1975 2002       Saint Louis .............. 25        6   1958   2005
Alabama ................... 6 1 1957       1999   College of Charleston 1             0   2005   2005   Marquette ............... 14 9 1957 2006       San Francisco .......... 1           1   1957   1995
UAB ........................... 4 2 1996   2004   Coppin State ............. 1        0   2001   2001   Marshall ................... 2 0 1977 1979     San Francisco State 1                0   1970   1970
Akron ......................... 1 0 2005   2005   Connecticut ............... 0       1   2006   2006   Maryland .................. 2 0 1980 1991      Santa Clara .............. 1         0   1985   1985
Arizona State ........... 1 0 1993         1993   Creighton ................. 1       0   1976   1976   Massachusetts .......... 0 1 1996 1996         Seton Hall ................. 1       0   2003   2003
Arkansas ................... 0 1 1997      1997   Davidson .................. 1       0   1959   1959   Memphis ................. 27 10 1964 2005      South Alabama ........ 7             0   1979   2003
Arkansas State ......... 1 0 2005          2005   Dayton ..................... 18     6   1958   2000   Miami (Fla.) .............. 1 0 1961 1961      South Carolina ......... 8           1   1963   1991
Army ......................... 2 0 1957    1965   Delaware State ......... 1          0   2006   2006   Miami (Ohio) ............ 1 0 1960 1960        USF ........................ 10      1   1985   2006
Austin Peay .............. 4 0 1988        2004   DePaul ................... 18       7   1958   2006   Michigan ................... 1 0 1978 1978     Southeast Missouri ... 1             0   1997   1997
Ball State ................. 1 0 1978      1978   Detroit ...................... 4    0   1958   2005   Michigan State ......... 2 0 1993 1995         Southern Illinois ....... 2          0   1964   1976
Bellarmine ............... 10 0 1963       1971   Drake ...................... 11     1   1965   1976   Middle Tennessee ..... 1 0 2005 2005           Southern Methodist .. 3              0   1969   1983
Boston College .......... 1 0 1996         1996   Duke ......................... 1    1   1962   1982   Minnesota ................ 0 1 1980 1980       Southern Mississippi 17              3   1968   2004
Bradley .................... 13 1 1959     1976   East Carolina ............ 3        0   2002   2005   Mississippi ................. 0 1 1997 1997    SW Louisiana .......... 5            0   1966   1991
Brigham Young ........ 1 0 1960            1960   Eastern Kentucky .... 17            0   1958   2004   Mississippi State ...... 0 1 1978 1978         Stetson ..................... 2      0   1958   1968
Butler ........................ 1 0 1972   1972   Farleigh Dickinson ... 2            0   1986   2005   Missouri .................... 1 0 1981 1981    Syracuse .................. 3        1   1964   2005
UC Davis ................... 1 0 2006      2006   Florida ...................... 3    0   1970   2003   Missouri State ........... 1 0 2006 2006       Tampa ...................... 5       0   1959   1986
Cal Poly .................... 1 0 1975     1975   Florida State ............ 17       2   1968   1991   Morehead State ....... 9 0 1976 2004           Temple ...................... 0      2   1995   2002
UCLA ....................... 5 3 1984      1999   Fordham ................... 1       0   1959   1959   Morgan State ............ 1 0 1998 1998        Tennessee ............... 3          0   1978   2005
California (Riverside) 1 0 1969            1969   Furman ..................... 3      0   1959   2003   Murray State ............ 9 0 1958 2004        Tenn.-Chattanooga .. 4               0   1976   1985
Central Florida .......... 1 0 1999        1999   George Mason ......... 2            0   1991   1994   Navy ......................... 1 0 1972 1972   Tenn.-Martin .............. 1        0   2005   2005
Central Missouri ....... 1 0 1965          1965   Georgetown .............. 0         1   2000   2000   Nevada-Las Vegas .. 2 1 1989 1994              Tennessee State ...... 5             0   1981   2005
Charlotte ................. 10 5 1979      2005   Georgetown College 12               1   1957   1972   Nevada-Reno ........... 1 0 1987 1987          Tennessee Tech ....... 1             0   2001   2001
Chicago State ........... 1 0 2005         2005   Georgia .................... 0      1   1977   1977   New Mexico ............. 1 0 1989 1989         Texas ....................... 2      0   1961   1995
Cincinnati ................ 28 15 1959     2006   Georgia Tech ........... 8          4   1958   1999   New Mexico State .... 2 0 1973 1975            Texas A & M ............ 1           0   1975   1975
Clemson ................... 2 0 1974       2006   Holy Cross ................ 1       0   2003   2003   North Carolina ........... 1 0 1999 1999       TCU ........................... 3    0   2002   2005
                                                  Houston .................... 7      0   1973   2004   North Carolina A&T ... 1 0 2004 2004           Toledo ....................... 1     0   2003   2003
                                                  Howard ..................... 2      0   1991   1994   North Carolina State 3 0 1958 1987             Towson ..................... 2       0   1995   1998
                                                  Idaho ........................ 1    0   1978   1978   North Texas State .... 9 1 1965 1975           Tulane ..................... 18      2   1978   2004
                                                  Idaho State .............. 1        0   1976   1976   Northeast Louisiana . 1 0 1977 1977            Tulsa ....................... 11     0   1965   1980
                                                  Illinois State ............. 1      0   1974   1974   Northwestern ............ 0 1 1958 1958        US International ....... 1           0   1981   1981
                                                  IUPUI ........................ 1    0   2004   2004   Notre Dame .............. 6 1 1956 2006        Utah ......................... 1     1   1980   2000
                                                  Indiana ..................... 3     1   1959   2003   Ohio ......................... 5 0 1959 1963   Vanderbilt ................. 3       1   1963   1994
                                                  Indiana State ............ 1        0   1983   1983   Ohio State ................ 2 2 1979 2001      Villanova ................... 0      1   2006   2006
                                                  Iona .......................... 2   0   1981   1985   Oklahoma State ....... 2 0 1982 1988           Virginia ..................... 1     2   1982   1989
                                                  Iowa ......................... 1    0   1983   1983   Oral Roberts ............. 1 0 1993 1993       Va. Commonwealth . 7                 2   1976   1995
                                                  Kansas ..................... 2      3   1959   1993   Oregon ...................... 0 1 2000 2000    Virginia Tech ........... 14         3   1979   1995
                                                  Kansas State ........... 1          0   1980   1980   Pittsburgh .................. 0 1 2006 2006    VMI ............................ 1   0   2003   2003
                                                  Kentucky .................. 5       6   1984   2004   Prairie View A & M ... 2 0 1990 2006           West Texas State .... 2              1   1974   1976
                                                  Kentucky State ......... 1          0   1975   1975   Princeton ................... 1 0 2002 2002    West Virginia ............ 1         1   1959   1978
                                                  Kentucky Wesleyan . 7               0   1958   1983   Providence ............... 3 0 1977 1981       Western Carolina ...... 1            0   1994   1994
                                                  Lamar ....................... 1     0   1983   1983   Purdue ..................... 2 3 1977 1997     Western Kentucky ... 12              3   1960   2000
                                                  Lafayette ................... 1     0   2004   2004   Rhode Island ............ 1 0 1977 1977        Wichita State ........... 12         0   1962   1976
                                                  LaSalle ..................... 4     0   1965   1986   Richmond .................. 1 0 2005 2005      Wisconsin ................. 1        0   1978   1978
                                                  Long Island .............. 1        0   1977   1977   Robert Morris ........... 1 0 1977 1977        Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1                0   2001   2001
                                                  Louisiana State ........ 2          0   1960   1994   Rutgers .................... 2 0 1976 1987     Wittenberg ................ 4        0   1958   1961
                                                  Louisiana Tech .......... 1         0   1999   1999   St. Bonaventure ....... 0 1 1961 1961          Wright State ............. 3         0   1983   1996
                                                  Loyola (Ill.) ............... 1     1   1984   2000   St. Francis (Pa.) ....... 1 0 1964 1964        Wyoming .................. 2         0   1986   1992
                                                  Loyola (La.) .............. 1       0   1962   1962   St. Johns .................. 2 0 1982 1998     Xavier ....................... 8     0   1957   1993

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            Louisville Basketball Lettermen
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            Able, Forrest (1951-52)                                   Damel, John (1911-12, 1912-13, 1913-14, 1914-15)         Haas, Danny (1983-84, 1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87)
            Abram, Mike (1984-85,1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88)           Daniel, Maurice (1913-14, 1914-15)                       Hagan, Charles (1970-71)
            Akridge, Bill (1962-63)                                   Daniel, Roy (1914-15, 1915-16, 1917-18)                  Hall, Bob (1928-29, 1929-30)
            Akridge, Matt (1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98)                 Daniels, Nate (2003-04)                                  Hall, Dave (1960-61, 1961-62, 1962-63, 1963-64)
            Alberston, Bob (1977-78,1978-79)                          Dantzler, Damion (1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98)    Hall, Emmett (1913-14)
            Alexander, Rick (1971-72)                                 Darragh, Bill (1954-55, 1955-56, 1956-57)                Hall, Jeff (1982-83, 1983-84, 1984-85, 1985-86)
            Andrews, Aaron (1938-39,1939-40,1940-41,1941-42)          Dartez, Kendall (2002-03, 2003-04)                       Hampton, Tom (1937-38)
            Andrews, Harold (1956-57, 1957-58, 1958-59)               Daubert, H.T. (1927-28, 1929-30, 1930-31, 1931-32)       Harmon, Bill (1973-74, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77)
            Armstrong, Jerry (1959-60, 1960-61, 1961-62)              Davis, John (1943-44)                                    Harmon, Jerome (1989-90)
            Atkinson, John (1918-19)                                  Davis, Prileu (2002-03)                                  Harrah, Herb (1952-53, 1953-54, 1954-55, 1955-56)
                                                                      Dean, Taquan (2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06)        Harris, Bill (1939-40, 1941-42)
                                        B
                                                                      Deaton, Charles (1956-57)                                Harvey, Bryan (2005-06)
            Bacon,Henry (1969-70, 1970-71, 1971-72)                   Deeken, Dennis (1966-67, 1967-68, 1968-69)               Hauptfuhrer, George (1944-45, 1945-46)
            Bacon, Jim (1938-39, 1939-40)                             Demoisey, Kenny (1930-31, 1931-32, 1932-33)              Hawley, Craig (1986-87, 1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90)
            Baden, Harry (1921-22, 1923-24)                           Deuser, Greg (1977-78, 1979-80, 1980-81, 1981-82)        Hawley, Ron (1961-62, 1962-63, 1963-64)
            Bailey, Quintin (1998-99, 1999-00)                        Diakite, Nouha (2003-04)                                 Haws, Watson (1923-24)
            Baily, C. (1925-26)                                       Dick, Kenney (1930-31, 1931-32, 1932-33)                 Hecht, Bobby (1982-83, 1983-84, 1984-85)
            Bass, Lewis (Sonny) (1940-41, 1941-42)                    Doll, Kenny (1933-34, 1934-35, 1935-36)                  Heft, Ivan (1911-12)
            Baxter, Sam (1913-14, 1914-15)                            Doll, Paul (1934-35, 1935-36, 1936-37)                   Helm, George (1936-37)
            Beam, Chet (1951-52, 1952-53, 1953-54)                    Doutaz, Bobby (1963-64)                                  Herzer, G.C. (1917-18, 1918-19, 1919-20, 1920-21)
            Beard, Butch (1966-67,1967-68, 1968-69)                   Doutaz, Denny (1965-66)                                  Hill, George (1919-20, 1920-21)
            Beasley, Tom (1935-36, 1937-38)                           Drake,B.I. (1939-40)                                     Hinton, Harry (1952-53, 1953-54)
            Bein, Thomas (1935-36, 1936-37)                           Dunbar, Bob (1950-51)                                    Hocker, Al (1923-24)
            Bender, Brandon (2001-02)                                 Dunbar, Frank (1947-48)                                  Hocker, Charles (1919-20, 1920-21, 1921-22)
            Bern, M. (1936-37, 1937-38)                               Dunweg, Rudy (1912-13)                                   Hoffman, George (1938-39)
            Bertelson, Dick (1931-32, 1932-33, 1933-34)               DuPont, Jerry (1955-56, 1956-57, 1957-58)                Holden, Cornelius (1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92)
            Best, Travis (1997-98, 1998-99)                                                                                    Holden, Fred (1965-66, 1966-67, 1967-68)
                                                                                                   E                           Holland, Gary (1967-68, 1968-69)
            Blackerby, Jim (1923-24, 1924-25, 1925-26, 1926-27)
            Bomar, Harold (1944-45)                                   Eaves, Jerry (1978-79, 1979-80, 1980-81, 1981-82)        Hopgood, Brian (1991-92, 1992-93)
            Bond, Phillip (1972-73, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77)        Edward, Dion (1998-99,1999-00)                           Hopper, Tobiah (1998-99, 1999-00)
            Boone, C.T. (1929-30, 1930-31, 1931-32, 1932-33)          Edwards, Jim (1947-48, 1948-49, 1949-50, 1950-51)        Horine, Elwyn (1937-38, 1938-39, 1939-40)
            Borah, Bob (1947-48, 1948-49)                             Ehringer, Dave (1956-57)                                 Houle, Rollin (1943-44)
            Bott, Kenny (1927-28, 1928-29, 1929-30, '30-31,'31-32)    Ellis, Jim (1977-78)                                     Houston, Wade (1963-64, 1964-65, 1965-66)
            Bowen, J.W. (1945-46)                                     Ellis, John (1971-72, 1972-73)                           Howard, Terry (1972-73, 1973-74, 1974-75)
            Bradley, Ken (1971-72, 1972-73)                           Ellison, Pervis (1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88, 1988-89)     Howard, Todd (1989-90, 1990-91)
            Branch, Tony (1976-77, 1977-78, 1978-79, 1979-80)         Engelhard, Warren (1943-44)                              Huffman, Jonathan (2005-06)
            Brand, Fred (1935-36)                                     Epley, Frank (1940-41, 1941-42, 1946-47)                 Hunter, Dick (1945-46)
            Brewer, James (1988-89, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93)        Eschrich, John (1911-12,1912-13,1913-14)                 Hurt, Carlos (2001-02)
            Bridgeman, Ulysses "Junior" (1972-73, 1973-74, 1974-75)   Epsie, Marshall (1926-27)                                Hutt, Joe (1940-41, 1944-45)
            Britt, F.R. (1939-40, 1940-41)                            Estes, Jim (1936-37)                                                                 I
            Brooks, Rashad (1999-00, 2000-01)
            Brown, Bob (1948-49, 1949-50, 1950-51, 1951-52)                                        F                           Imorde, Bill (1930-31, 1934-35)
            Brown, Danny (1973-74, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77)                                                                  Ingram, Delno (1937-38, 1938-39)
                                                                      Farley, Terrance (2004-05, 2005-06)
            Brown, Erik (2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03)
                                                                      Farmer, Craig (1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98)                                   J
            Brown, Wiley (1978-79, 1979-80, 1980-81, 1981-82)
                                                                      Finnegan, Tom (1963-64, 1964-65)
            Browne, Kenny (1926-27, 1927-28, 1928-29)                                                                          Jackson, Troy (1996-97, 1997-98)
                                                                      Flynn, B.J. (1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97)
            Bryant, Ellis (1965-66)                                                                                            Jefferson, Carlyle (1911-12)
                                                                      Flynn J.F. (1945-46, 1946-47, 1947-48)
            Bufford, Randy (1977-78, 1978-79, 1979-80, 1980-81)                                                                Jenkins, Brandon (2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06)
                                                                      Ford, Leon (1948-49, 1949-50, 1950-51, 1951-52)
            Bugg, Steve (1977-78, 1978-79)                                                                                     Jensen, Louis (1949-50)
                                                                      Ford, Tom (1926-27)
            Bunton, Bill (1971-72, 1972-73, 1974-75)                                                                           Jeter, James (1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1984-85)
                                                                      Forrest, Manuel (1981-82, 1983-84, 1984-85)
            Bunton, Stanley (1973-74, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77)                                                               Johnson, Brian (2005-06)
                                                                      Foster, Owen (1912-13, 1914-15)
            Burkman, Roger (1977-78, 1978-79, 1979-80, 1980-81)                                                                Johnson, Cal (1944-45, 1945-46)
                                                                      Fraley, Shannon (1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90)
            Butler, Bill (1972-73, 1973-74)                                                                                    Johnson, Eric (1994-95, 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99)
                                                                      Francis, Hugh (1939-40)
            Butler, Don (1918-19, 1919-20, 1920-21)                                                                            Johnson, George (1935-36)
                                                                      Franks, W.T. (1938-39)
                                        C                             Frazer, Joey (1980-81)                                   Johnson, Jack (1943-44)
TRADITION




                                                                      Frazier, Jadie (1960-61, 1961-62, 1962-63)               Johnson, Jerry (1996-97, 1997-98)
            Caine, John (1946-47)                                     Frazier, Lanham (1938-39, 1939-40)                       Johnson, Nate (1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-00)
            Caldwell, C.N. (1911-12, 1912-13, 1913-14)                Freeman, R.S. (1943-44)                                  Johnson, Oz (1946-47, 1947-48)
            Caldwell, J.P. (1911-12)                                                                                           Johnson, Perrin (2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06)
            Calhoun, Doug (1991-92, 1992-93, 1993-94)                                              G                           Jones, Charles (1980-81, 1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84)
            Carleton, John (1944-45)                                                                                           Jones, Frank (1919-20, 1920-21, 1921-22)
                                                                      Gaines, Reece (1999-00, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03)
            Carter, Larry (1969-70, 1970-71, 1971-72)                                                                          Jones, Kent (1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1984-85)
                                                                      Gallon, Rick (1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77, 1977-78)
            Carter, Horace (1919-20, 1920-21, 1921-22)                                                                         Judy, Raymond (1931-32)
                                                                      Gans, Harry (1938-39, 1939-40)
            Case, Mike (1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93)
                                                                      Garcia, Francisco (2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05)                                        K
            Chappell, Joe (1928-29)
                                                                      Garwitz, Bob (1945-46)
            Clark, Norman (1944-45)                                                                                            Kasden, Marty (1939-40)
                                                                      Gastevich, Vlad (1952-53, 1953-54, 1954-55)
            Clark, Rick (1982-83, 1983-84)                                                                                     Keeling, Crawford (1935-36)
                                                                      Geiling, Bill, (1958-59)
            Clark, Steve (1979-80, 1980-81)                                                                                    Keffer, Bill (1952-53, 1953-54, 1954-55, 1955-56)
                                                                      Gentile, John (1924-25, 1925-26)
            Clark, William (1945-46)                                                                                           Kelly, Mickey (1957-58)
                                                                      George, Otis (2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05)
            Claydon, Howard (1923-24)                                                                                          Kemp, C.W. (1928-29, 1929-30)
                                                                      Gervin, Caleb (1999-00)
            Cleveland, Daryl (1977-78, 1978-79, 1979-80)                                                                       Kennedy, J.L. (1928-29)
                                                                      Giannini, Tom (1930-31, 1931-32, 1933-34)
            Clifford, Dennis (1962-63, 1963-64, 1964-65)                                                                       Kessler, Frank (1920-21)
                                                                      Gianiny, Brad (2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06)
            Clore, C.A. (1932-33, 1933-34)                                                                                     Kidd, Bill (1948-49)
                                                                      Gilbert, Dave (1964-65, 1965-66, 1966-67)
            Coleman, Jack (1946-47, 1947-48, 1948-49)                                                                          Kienzle, Tommy (1919-20,1920-21, 1921-22)
                                                                      Gillim, D.L. (1943-44)
            Combs, Glenn (1946-47, 1947-48, 1948-49, 1949-50)                                                                  Kimbro, Tony (1985-86, 1986-87, 1988-89, 1989-90)
                                                                      Gilstrap, Curt (1975-76)
            Combs, Roy (1946-47, 1947-48, 1948-49, 1949-50)                                                                    King, Jerry (1966-67, 1967-68, 1968-69)
                                                                      Girdler, Reynolds (1924-25)
            Compton, Deward (1946-47, 1947-48)                                                                                 King, Jimmy (1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96)
                                                                      Givens, Ambrose (1943-44)
            Cooper, Tim (1971-72, 1972-73)                                                                                     King, Robert (1938-39, 1939-40, 1940-41)
                                                                      Glaza, Al (1954-55, 1955-56, 1956-57)
            Corrin, Ralph (1944-45)                                                                                            Kinker,Don (1943-44, 1944-45, 1945-46)
                                                                      Goldstein, Don (1956-57, 1957-58, 1958-59)
            Corso, Marty (1921-22, 1925-26)                                                                                    Kinnaird, Tony (1973-74, 1974-75, 1976-77)
                                                                      Gordon, Lancaster (1980-81, 1981-82, 1982-83,1983-84)
            Cosby, Wayne (1975-76)                                                                                             Kirchdorfer, Norb (1932-33, 1933-34)
                                                                      Gorius, Bob (1965-66, 1966-67, 1967-68)
            Cox, Corky (1951-52, 1952-53, 1953-54)                                                                             Kirk, E.B. (1919-20)
                                                                      Grandmaison, Albert (1935-36)
            Cox, Wesley (1973-74, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77)                                                                   Kiser, Brian (1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96)
                                                                      Griffith, Danny (1980-81)
            Craddock, Ed (1925-26, 1926-27, 1927-28, 1928-29)                                                                  Kitchen, Joe (1957-58, 1958-59, 1959-60)
                                                                      Griffith, Darrell (1976-77, 1977-78, 1978-79, 1979-80)
            Craik, James (1939-40)                                                                                             Knopf, Johnny (1945-46, 1946-47, 1947-48, 1948-49)
                                                                      Grimes, “Red” (1913-14)
            Creamer, Eddie (1963-64, 1964-65)                                                                                  Kornfeld, Edwin (1913-14, 1914-15, 1915-16)
                                                                      Grosso, Mike (1968-69, 1969-70)
            Crook, Herbert (1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88)                                                                Koster, Fred (1924-25, 1925-26, 1926-27, 1927-28)
                                                                      Grubbs, Frank (1932-33)
            Current, Chris (2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06)                                                                         Kraft, Ted (1929-30)
                                                                                                                               Kupper, Ed (1944-45, 1945-46, 1946-47)

            138       Charlie Tyra was Louisville’s first All-American.
                                                        Parry, J. F. (1943-44)                                    Thompson, Williard (Tommy) (1929-30, 1930-31, '31-32)
                            L                           Payne, Kenny (1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88, 1988-89)         Threlkeld, Billy (1931-32, 1932-33, 1933-34, 1934-35)
LaDurand, Jules (1917-18, 1918-19, 1919-20)             Peloff, Dick (1960-61, 1961-62, 1962-63)                  Tieman, Roger (1957-58, 1958-59, 1959-60)
Larrabee, Wayne (1950-51)                               Perkins, Bill (1968-69, 1969-70)                          Tinch, Joshua (2002-03, 2003-04)
Lasege, Muhammed (2000-01)                              Phillips, Bill (1941-42)                                  Todd, Grover (1913-14)
Lawhon, Mike (1969-70, 1970-71, 1971-72)                Pike, Hall (1953-54, 1954-55)                             Trenholme, William (1944-45)
Leathers, Buddy (1958-59, 1959-60, 1960-61)             Potts, Ray (1947-48, 1948-49)                             Turner, Hajj (1999-00, 2000-01, 2001-02)
LeGree, Keith (1991-92, 1992-93)                        Powell, Bill (1952-53, 1953-54)                           Turner, John (1958-59, 1959-60, 1960-61)
Lester, David (1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84)               Price, Jim (1969-70, 1970-71, 1971-72)                    Turner, Bobby (1976-77, 1977-78, 1978-79)
Libbey, Burt (1926-27, 1927-28, 1928-29, 1929-30)       Protenic, Jim (1972-73, 1973-74)                          Tyra, Charlie (1954-55, 1955-56, 1956-57)
Liedtke, Joe (1964-65, 1965-66, 1966-67)                Prudhoe, John (1953-54, 1954-55)
                                                        Pry, Paul (1969-70, 1970-71)                                                          U
Linonis, Ed (1967-68, 1968-69)
Lochmueller, Bob (1949-50, 1950-51, 1951-52)            Pulliam, Marty (1977-78, 1979-80, 1980-81, 1981-82)       Unseld, Wes (1965-66, 1966-67, 1967-68)
Loehle, Larry (1972-73)                                                             R
Long, Harry (1933-34, 1934-35, 1935-36)                                                                                                       V
                                                        Ray, Jack (1959-60, 1960-61, 1961-62)                     Valentine, Robbie (1982-83, 1983-84, 1984-85, 1985-86)
                            M                           Raymond, R. H. (1940-41)                                  Vance, Bruce (1919-20)
Mahaffey, D.E. (1941-42)                                Rectenwald, William (1915-16)                             Van Wagner, Wiley (1931-32)
Mahaffey, J.H. (1941-42)                                Redmon, L. H. (1919-20, 1920-21)                          Varoscak, John (1957-58)
Maish, Orville (1939-40, 1940-41)                       Reeves, Kenny (1946-47, 1947-48, 1948-49, 1949-50)        Vilcheck, Al (1969-70, 1970-71, 1971-72)
Manion, Bob (1947-48, 1948-49)                          Reid, B. L. (1936-37, 1937-38)                            Vonderbrueggen, Lucian (1943-44)
Mantel, Alex (1956-57, 1957-58, 1958-59)                Reuther, Joe (1961-62, 1962-63, 1963-64)
Marks, Poachy (1924-25, 1925-26)                        Reuther, John (1962-63, 1963-64, 1964-65)                                             W
Marshall, Avery (1986-87)                               Ries, Bob (1944-45)
                                                                                                                  Wade, Lorrenzo (2004-05)
Martin, Jeff (1984-85, 1985-86)                         Riggs, Coric (2002-03)
                                                                                                                  Waggener, Gil (1946-47, 1947-48, 1948-49)
Masterson, Ches (1934-35, 1935-36, 1936-37)             Robinson, David (1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88)
                                                                                                                  Wagner, A. T. (1938-39)
Maybin, Marques (1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-00, 2000-01)    Robison, Dick (1948-49, 1949-50, 1950-51, 1951-52)
                                                                                                                  Wagner, Milt (1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1985-86)
McCaleb, Harding (1912-13, 1913-14, 1914-15, 1915-16)   Rodgers, Clarence (1912-13, 1913-14, 1914-15)
                                                                                                                  Walker, Paul (1947-48)
McCarty, Arthur (1914-15)                               Rogers, Tick (1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96)
                                                                                                                  Walker, Samaki (1994-95, 1995-96)
McClellan, Harvey (1937-38, 1938-39, 1940-41)           Rollins, Phil (1952-53, 1953-54, 1954-55, 1955-56)
                                                                                                                  Walsh, Knobby (1945-46, 1946-47)
McCray, Rodney (1979-80, 1980-81, 1981-82, 1982-83)     Roney, J. H. (1937-38, 1938-39)
                                                                                                                  Watkins, Jerry (1960-61)
McCray, Scooter (1978-79, 1980-81, 1981-82, 1982-83)    Rooks, Ron (1961-62, 1962-63, 1963-64)
                                                                                                                  Wayne, Jeff (1973-74)
McDevitt, Coleman (1929-30, 1930-31)                    Rosenfield, Jimmy (1938-39)
                                                                                                                  Webb, Derwin (1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93)
McDonald, Bennie (1926-27, 1927-28)                     Rothman, Judd (1962-63, 1963-64, 1964-65)
                                                                                                                  Weber, Eddie (1924-25, 1925-26, 1926-27, 1927-28)
McGee, Andre (2005-06)                                  Rozier, Clifford (1992-93, 1993-94)
                                                                                                                  Weber, Robert (1938-39, 1939-40)
McIntyre, Jack (1945-46)                                Rubenstein, Ron (1958-59, 1959-60, 1960-61)
                                                                                                                  Wedekind, J. B. (1934-35)
McKinley, Jeff (1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-00)              Rubin, Roy (1950-51)
                                                                                                                  West, Chris (1982-83, 1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87)
McLendon, Jason (1990-91, 1991-92)                      Russak, Al (1952-53)
                                                                                                                  Wellman, Bob (1950-51)
McSwain, Mark (1983-84, 1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87)                                  S                             Wheat, DeJuan (1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97)
Meiman, Joe (1971-72, 1972-73)                                                                                    White, Andy (1961-62, 1962-63)
Meiman, John (1975-76)                                  Sanders, Alex (1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99)                 White, Chris (1985-86, 1986-87)
Meyer, Bob (1937-38, 1938-39)                           Sanders, Charles (1934-35, 1935-36)                       Whitehead, Eddie (1964-65, 1965-66)
Miles, Rick (1972-73)                                   Sawyer, Fred (1958-59, 1959-60, 1960-61)                  Whitehead, Luke (2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04)
Millard, Chad (2005-06)                                 Schiengold, Pat (1921-22)                                 Whitehouse, Harold (1943-44)
Miller, Lynn (1923-24, 1924-25, 1925-26)                Schreiber, Benny (1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87)              Whitfield, Ike (1973-74, 1974-75)
Miller, Clyde (1926-27, 1927-28)                        Search, Ted (1950-51)                                     Wilkie, Ray (1944-45)
Minner, Gordon (1967-68)                                Selvy, Marv (1967-68, 1968-69)                            Wilkinson, Mac (2000-01)
Minor, Greg (1991-92, 1992-93, 1993-94)                 Shackelford, Roscoe (1954-55, 1955-56, 1956-57)           Williams, Harlan (1947-48)
Mitchell, Danny (1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1984-85)    Sheeley, Joe (1937-38, 1939-40, 1940-41)                  Williams, Keith (1986-87, 1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90)
Mohammed, Alhaji (2001-02, 2002-03)                     Silverstein, Phillip (1921-22)                            Williams, Larry (1975-76, 1976-77, 1977-78, 1978-79)
Monen, Si (1935-36, 1936-37, 1937-38)                   Simons, Matt (1993-94, 1994-95)                           Williams, Terrence (2005-06)
Moreman, Gerry (1953-54, 1954-55, 1955-56)              Sims, Alvin (1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97)          Williams, Tony (1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-00)
Morgan, Jim (1954-55, 1955-56, 1956-57)                 Sipe, Kenny (1938-39, 1939-40, 1940-41, 1941-42)          Willig, Armin (1930-31, 1931-32, 1932-33, 1933-34)
Morgan, Sam (1915-16, 1917-18, 1918-19, 1919-20)        Slater, Walt (1937-38, 1938-39, 1939-40, 1940-41)         Willingter, Paul (1936-37)
Moriarty, John (1925-26, 1926-27)                       Sloan, Wallace (1943-44)                                  Wilson, Rick (1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77, 1977-78)
Morris, Landis (1917-18)                                Smiley, Kevin (1998-99, 1999-00)                          Wine, Robby (1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96)
Morton, Dwayne (1991-92, 1992-93, 1993-94)              Smith, Beau Zach (1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97)     Wingfield, Tremaine (1990-91, 1991-92)




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Muldoon, Phil (1941-42)                                 Smith, Dave (1975-76, 1976-77, 1977-78)                   Witt, Jeff (1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88)
Murphy, Allen (1972-73, 1973-74, 1974-75)               Smith, Derek (1978-79, 1979-80, 1980-81, 1981-82)         Woods, Chris (1974-75)
Murray, Cameron (1997-98, 1998-99)                      Smith, LaBradford (1987-88,1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91)     Wright, Les (1930-31, 1931-32, 1932-33, 1933-34)
Musterman, Ed (1930-31)                                 Smith, Sam (1963-64)                                      Wright, Poncho (1979-80, 1980-81, 1981-82)
Myles, Ellis (2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03, 2004-05)       Smith, Troy (1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93)
                                                        Snyder, Alva (1924-25)                                                                Y
                            N                           Sosnin, Hershell (1932-33)
                                                                                                                  Yaden, Paul (1996-97)
Naber, Bob (1949-50, 1950-51, 1951-52)                  South, Regan (1933-34, 1934-35, 1935-36, 1936-37)
                                                                                                                  Yeager, Arthur (1921-22)
Naydenov, Simeon (2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03)            Spencer, Charlie (1925-26, 1927-28, 1928-29, 1929-30)
Neely, Greg (1968-69, 1969-70, 1970-71)                 Spencer, Felton (1986-87, 1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90)                                  Z
Newkirk, Richard (1918-19)                              Stacey, Howard (1957-58, 1958-59, 1959-60)
                                                        Stallings, Ron (1970-71, 1971-72)                         Zeller, Rod (1943-44)
N'Sima, Joseph (2000-01, 2001-02)
                                                        Stevens, Shelby (1915-16)                                 Zirkle, Charles (1936-37)
Noble, Chuck (1951-52, 1952-53, 1953-54)
Northern, Bryant (2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03)            Stone, Kip (1990-91, 1991-92)
                                                        Stone, Marvin (2002-03)
                            O                           Stone, Reid (1941-42)                                       Francisco
                                                        Strickler, Frank (1913-14)
O'Bannon, Larry (2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05)
                                                        Stripling, Jon (1962-63)
                                                                                                                    Garcia
Ogden, J.D. (1935-36)
                                                        Strull, Asher (1931-32, 1932-33, 1933-34, 1934-35)
Ogilvie, Morgan (1943-44)
                                                        Struve, Dudley (1915-16)
Olliges, Will (1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88)
                                                        Studer, John (1968-69, 1969-70, 1970-71)
Olsen, Bud (1959-60, 1960-61, 1961-62)
                                                        Stultz, Elwood (1939-40, 1940-41)
O’Neal, Lee (1944-45)
                                                        Stultz, John (1935-36, 1936-37)
Osborn, John (1944-45, 1945-46)
                                                        Sullivan, Bill (1950-51, 1951-52, 1952-53)
Osborne, Jason (1993-94, 1994-95)
                                                        Sullivan, Everick (1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92)
Osborne, Paul (1921-22)
                                                        Summers, Harold (1938-39, 1939-40)
Otte, H. F. (1943-44)
                                                        Sumpter, Barry (1983-84, 1984-85)
                            P
                                                                                    T
Padgett, David (2005-06)
                                                        Taylor, A. P. (1941-42)
Palacios, Juan (2004-05, 2005-06)
                                                        Taylor, Charlie (1995-96)
Panther, Louis (1934-35, 1935-36, 1936-37, 1937-38)
                                                        Terry, Prentiss (1915-16)
Panther, Dick (1935-36, 1936-37, 1937-38, 1938-39)
                                                        Thomas, Ron (1970-71, 1971-72)
Parker, Clyde (1944-45, 1945-46)
                                                        Thompson, Billy (1982-83, 1983-84, 1984-85, 1985-86)

                                                                                        Rick Pitino is 9-2 in his team’s first game of the NCAA tournament.          139
            Where They Are Now
            Where They Are Now
            The following is a partial list of U of L players who         Eugene, OR                                             Francis, Hugh — (1943, BA) Retired, Louisville, KY
            lettered in basketball. Where information is available,       Calhoun, Doug — (1994) Pharmaceutical sales,           Frazier, Jadie — (1963, BS) Retired, Owns &
            their occupations and city of residence is listed. If you     Louisville, KY                                         manages softball park & farm, Louisville, KY
            have additional information on other U of L lettermen, or     Callahan, Paul — (1969) Retired, Athletic Director,    Frazer, Joey — (1983, BA) Washington, DC
            updated information on the players listed, please             Seneca High School, Louisville, KY                     Froning, John L. (1958) Dentist, Peewee Valley, KY
            contact the Louisville Sports Information office by calling   Carleton, John — (1945) Physician, Santa               Gallon, Ricky — City of Tampa Recreation
            (502) 852-6581.                                               Barbara, CA                                            Department, Tampa, FL
                                                                          Carroll, Michael — (1975) Louisville, KY               Gaines, Reece — Pro basketball in Italy
            Able, Forrest — (1952) Fairdale High School,                  Carter, Larry — (1972) Construction, Crestwood,        Garcia, Francisco — Pro basketball, Sacramento
            Louisville, KY                                                KY                                                     Kings
            Abram, Mike — (1988) Private Business, Louisville,            Case, Mike — (1993) Pharmaceutical sales,              Gastevich, Vladimir — (1955) Attorney,Crown
            KY                                                            Indianapolis, IN                                       Point, IN
            Akridge, Bill — (1964, BA) Chaplain, US Army, Ft.             Clark, Norman — (1947, BS) President, Derby City       George, Otis — (1977) pro basketball in Korea
            Bennings, GA                                                  Auto Supply, Louisville, KY                            Giannini, Tom — (1934) Physician, Louisville, KY
            Akridge, Matt -- (1998) Dental School, U of L,                Clark, Steve — (1981) Vice-president, Sun Belt         Gillim, Douglas (1944) Retired Physician, Louisville,
            Louisville, KY                                                General Contractors, Knoxville, TN                     KY
            Alexander, Rick — (1974, BSC) President Cellular              Cleveland, Daryl — (1980) Hamilton Printing,           Gilstrap, Curt (1976) Paoli, IN
            Mobility, Louisville, KY                                      Louisville, KY                                         Girdler, Reynolds — (1926) Riverside, CT
            Andrews, Aaron — (1942) Retired College                       Clifford, Dennis — (1965) Troy, Mich.                  Givens, Ambrose — (1947) Retired, Lexington, KY
            Administrator, Big Rapids, MI                                 Clore, C.A. — (1934, BSCE) Retired, Louisville, KY     Glaza, Al — (1957, BA) Sales, Springfield, IL
            Andrews, Harley — (1960) Retired, Clay City, TN               Compton, Deward — (1948, BA) Retired, Account          Goldstein, Don — (1959, BA) Dentist, Melville, NY
            Applegate, Steve (1974) Medical Internist,                    Executive, Murfreesboro, TN                            Goodman, Joseph — (1949) Retired, Louisville, KY
            Louisville, KY                                                Corrin, Ralph — (1945, BCE) V.P. Bristol Steel &       Gordon, Lancaster — (1983) Recruiter,Coordinator
            Armistead, Jimmy (1939) Retired, Louisville, KY               Iron Works, Bristol, TN                                CASA, Louisville, KY
            Arnold, Andrew — (1972) Dentist, Princeton, KY                Cosby, Wayne — (1977) Louisville, KY                   Gorius, Bob (1968) Zanesville, OH
            Avery, Charles — (1940) Retired, Plano, TX                    Cox, Corky — (1954, BS) Retired High School            Grandmission, Albert — (1938, DMD) Dentist,
            Bacon, Henry — (1972) Sam Swope Cadillac,                     Principal, Hodgensville, KY                            North Andover, MA
            Louisville, KY                                                Cox, Wesley — (1977) City of Louisville, Louisville,   Griffith, Darrell — (1980) President, Metro
            Bailey, Jody — (1995) NBA scout, The Court Report             KY                                                     Enterprises, Louisville, KY
            Banks, Bill (1975, BA) Free Lane Writer, Decatur,             Crawley, John — (1971) Salesman, Louisville, KY        Grosso, Mike — (1970) Account Executive, WHAS-
            GA                                                            Creamer, Eddie — (1954) Nashville, TN                  TV, Louisville, KY
            Basham, Paul — (1956) Retired, Ft. Thomas, KY                 Crook, Herbert — (1988) Private business,              Grubbs, Frank — (1933, AB) Retired Attorney,
            Bass, Lewis (Sonny) — (1944) Retired Realtor,                 Louisville, KY                                         Louisville, KY
            Louisville, KY                                                Dantzler, Damion — Pro basketball inEurope             Hagan, Charles — (1971) Attorney/Interior
            Beam, Chet — (1958) Sales, Continental Kitchens,              Darragh, Bill — (1957, BS) Owner, Long John            Designer, Louisville, KY
            Kettering, OH                                                 Silver & Rally’s Franchises, Lexington, KY             Hale, Fred — (1975) International Harvester, Sales,
            Beard, Butch — (1969) Head Coach, Morgan State                Dean, Taquan — (2006) Pro basketball in Italy          Louisville, KY
            University                                                    Deaton, Charles (1957) Retired, Elizabethtown, KY      Hall, Dave — (1964) Owner, Doctor’s Rehab,
            Bohn, Robert — (1982) Dentist, Louisville, KY                 Deeken, Dennis — (1969) Owner of Insectaway            Louisville, KY
            Bomar, Harold — (1949, BS) Nursing Home Owner,                Systems of Kentucky Inc., Louisville, KY               Hall, Jeff — (1986) financial consultant, A.G.
            Louisville, KY                                                Demoisey, Truett R. — (1933) Walton, KY                Edwards and Sons, Ashland, KY
            Bond, Phillip — (1978, BSC) Vice President of                 Deuser, Greg — (1982) Portfolio Manager, National      Harmon, Bill — (1977) Owner, President, Harmon
            Finance and Administration - Metro United Way,                City Bank, Louisville, KY                              Construction Co., North Vernon, IN
            Louisville, KY                                                Dick, Kenny — (1934) Insurance Salesman,               Hauptfuhrer, George — (1946) Attorney, Philadel-
            Borah, Bob (1949) B & B Freight, Louisville, KY &             Anchorage, KY                                          phia, PA
            Fort Myers, FL                                                Doctor, Richard — (1961) Hospital Engineer,            Hawley, Craig — (1990) Legal Counsel, Inviva Inc.
            Bott, Kenny — (1932) Retired, Louisville, KY                  Philadelphia, PA                                       Louisville, KY
            Bradley, Ken — (1973) Retired U.S. Air Force, Las             Donohue, Steve — (1980) Athletic Trainer, New          Hawley, Ron — (1964, BS) Retired FBI, Shelbyville,
            Vegas, NV                                                     York Yankees, Bronx, NY                                KY
TRADITION




            Branch, Tony — (1980) Athletic Director,                      Dotson, William — (1938) Retired, Louisville, KY       Hereen, Jim (1957) Danville Community College,
            Jeffersonville High School, Jeffersonville, IN                Doutaz, Denny — (1967) High School Basketball          Danville, IL
            Brewer, James — (1993) Louisville, KY                         Coach/Teacher, Forest Park, IN                         Heins, Jim (1957) Surgeon, St. Louis, MO
            Bridgeman, Junior — (1975, BA) President,                     Dunbar, Bob — (1953) Retired, Indianapolis, IN         Holden, Cornelius — (1992) Teacher, Los Angeles,
            Bridgeman Foods, Louisville, KY                               Dunbar, Frank (1948) Retired                           Ca.
            Britt, Frank — (1941) Retired, Louisville, KY                 Eaves, Jerry — (1982) Head Basketball Coach,           Holden, Fred — (1968, MA) Teacher, Manual High
            Brown, Danny — (1977) Teacher, North Vernon, IN               North Carolina A&T                                     School, Louisville, KY
            Brown, Wiley — (1982) Assistant Student Outreach/             Eichenholz, Leon — (1934) Retired Judge,               Holland, Gary — (1969, BS) Teacher, Basketball
            Welfare, U of L, Louisville, KY                               Louisville, KY                                         Coach, Spring Valley H.S., French Lick, IN
            Bryant, Ellis — (1968, BSC) Partner, Anderson,                Ehringer, Dave — (1960, BA) Board of Directors,        Houston, Wade — (1966, BS) Houston-Johnson,
            Bryant, Lasky & Winslow, CPA, Louisville, KY                  Citizens Bank, IN                                      Inc., Louisville, KY
            Bryant, Thomas — (1952) Sales Rep., Lexington,                Ellis, Jim — (1978) Attorney, Louisville, KY           Howard, Anderson (2003) Old Memorial Golf
            KY                                                            Ellis, John — (1973) Orthopedic surgeon,               Course, Tampa, FL
            Bufford, Randy (1977) President, Triology Health              Louisville, KY                                         Howard, Terry — (1975) Louisville, KY
            Services, Louisville, KY                                      Ellison, Pervis — (1989) entreprenour, Voorhees,       Howard, Todd (1991) Asst. Coach, Fishers, IN
            Bugg, Steve — (1980) Special Agent, U.S. Secret               NJ                                                     Jensen, Louis — (1950) Counselor, Coach, New
            Service, Palm Springs, Ca.                                    Eschrich, John — (1914, BA) Retired, Louisville,       Albany, IN
            Bunton, Bill — (1975) Private business, Louisville,           KY                                                     Johnson, Nate — Pro Basketball in Europe
            KY                                                            Farmer, Craig — (1998) Self employed, Louisville,      Johnson, Oz — (1948) Jefferson County Board of
            Bunton, Stanley — (1977) Postal worker, Louisville,           KY                                                     Education, Louisville, KY
            KY                                                            Finnegan, Tom — (1965, BS) Retired, Louisville,        Jones, Charles — (1984) Police Officer, City of
            Burkman, Roger — (1981) Athletic Director,                    KY                                                     Louisville, Elizabethtown, KY
            Spalding University, Louisville, KY                           Flynn, B.J. — (1997) Louisville, KY                    Jones, Kent — (1985) Police Officer, City of
            Burnette, George — (1958) Insurance Agent,                    Ford, Leon — (1952) Retired, Montgomery, AL            Louisville, Louisville, KY
            Mayfield, KY                                                  Forrest, Manuel — (1985) St. George Community          Kalkhof, Skip — (1979) Business Manager, Bausch
            Butler, Bill — (1974) High School Coach and                   Center, Louisville, KY                                 & Lomb, Indian Springs, OH
            Teacher, Key West, FL                                         Fraley, Shannon — (1990) Self-employed,                Kasdan, Martin — (1941) Retired, Louisville, KY
            Butler, Don — (1921, DDS) Dentist, Sullivan, IN               Somerset, KY                                           Keeling, Crawford — (1938, BA) Retired, Louisville
            Butters, Ken — (1967) Orthopedic Surgeon,
            140       Louisville moved into Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, a 42,000-seat, state-of-the-art, on-campus football stadium, in 1998.
Kelsey, Jerry — (1959) Retired, Louisville, KY &      O'Bannon, Larry — (2005) pro basketball in Serbia       Spencer, Felton — (1990) Louisville, KY
Bonita Springs, FL                                    Olliges, Will — (1988) Financial Planner, Louisville,   Stacey, Howard — (1962) Senior VP, Paul Semonin
Kidd, Bill — (1953, MEd) Teacher, Southern High       KY                                                      Co., Louisville, KY
School, Louisville, KY                                Olsen, Bud — (1962) Sales, Schardein Mechanical,        Stallings, Ron — (1972) Retired, Harrisburg, IL
Kimbro, Tony — (1990) City of Louisville Recreation   Director, Team Up for Kids, Louisville, KY              Steltenkamp, Thomas — (1985) Certified Athletic
Department                                            Ogden, James — (1936), DMD, Retired, Cincinnati,        Trainer, Rudy Ellis Sports Medicine Clinic, Louisville,
King, Jerry — (1969) WDRB-TV, Louisville, KY          OH                                                      KY
King, Jimmy -- (1996) VP/Loan Officer King            Osborn, John — (1949, LLB) Attorney, Louisville,        Stripling, Jon — (1963) Retired, NASA, Pocomoke
Southern Bank, Louisville, KY                         KY                                                      City, MD
King, Robert — (1941) Retired, Louisville, KY         Otte, H. F. — (1947) Covington, KY                      Stultz, Elwood — (1970, DMD) Retired, Owensboro,
Kinker, Don — (1946, BSME) Retired Auto               Parker, Clyde — (1946, DMD) Retired Dentist,            KY
Executive, Howell, MI                                 Evansville, IN                                          Stultz, John — (1940, BA) Louisville, KY
Kiser, Brian -- (1996) Fellowship of Christian        Payne, Kenny — (1989) Assistant Basketball              Sullivan, Everick — (1992) Head Basketball Coach,
Athletes                                              Coach, University of Oregon                             Vincennes College, Vincennes, IN
Kirchdorfer, Norb — (1934) Retired, V.P. Reynolds     Peloff, Dick — (1963, BS) Retired, Carmel, IN           Summers, Harold — (1942) Airline Pilot, Delta
Metal Co., Louisville, KY                             Peyton, Thomas — (1942) Retired, Hospital               Airlines, East Point, GA
Kraft, Ted — (1931, BSEE) Retired, Louisville, KY     Administrator, Chapel Hill, NC                          Terrell, Bob — (1953) President, Fred Jones
Leathers, Buddy — (1961) Retired, Louisville, KY      Phillips, William — (1942) Retired, Louisville, KY      Electronics, Oklahoma City, OK
Lester, David — (1984) Champion Products,             Pike, Hal — (1955) Minister, Covington, KY              Thompson, Billy — (1986) Minister, Boca Raton, FL
Louisville, KY                                        Potts, C. Ray — (1949) Semi-Retired, Physician,         Threlkeld, Bill — (1935, AB) Retired, Dallas, TX
Liedtke, Joe — (1967) High School Liaison,            Louisville, KY                                          Tieman, Roger — (1960, BS) Retired, Deputy
Jefferson County Board of Education, Louisville, KY   Powell, Bill — (1955, BS) Self-employed, Louisville,    Property Evaluator, Covington, KY
Lochmueller, Bob — (1952, BS) Head Health,            KY                                                      Trenholme, William — (1946, BEE) Senior
Phys. Ed., Drivers Ed. Dept., Tell City, IN           Price, Greg — (1973) Attorney, Louisville, KY           Engineer, Mountain States Mineral Enterprise,
Loehle, Larry — (1977, MD) Physician, Louisville,     Price, Jim — (1972) Indianapolis, IN                    Tuscon, AZ
KY                                                    Protenic, Jim — (1975) Athletic Director, Teacher,      Tyra, Charlie — (1957, BS) Louisville, KY
Mahaffey, D. E. — (1946, MD) Physician, Louisville,   Presentation Academy, Louisville, KY                    Unseld, Wes — (1968) Retired Washington, DC
KY                                                    Prudhoe, John — (1955, BS) Accountant,                  Valentine, Robbie — (1986) Robbie Valentne
Maish, Orville Sr. — (1945, BD) Minister, First       Caterpillar Tractor Co., East Peoria, IL                Enterprises, Louisville, KY
Church of the Nazarene, Mason, MI                     Pry, Paul — (1972, BSC) Central Sales Manager,          Vance, Bruce — (1923, BS) Retired Supervisor,
Marcum, Tim - (1975) Construction Project             MAERSK, Inc., Madison, NJ                               Louisville Public Schools, Louisville, KY
Manager, Louisville, KY                               Pulliam, Marty — (1982) Pressman, R.R. Donnelly         Vari, Frank — (1966) Golf Sales, Dayton, OH
Mantel, Alex — (1960, BA) Dentist, Easton, CT         & Sons, Inc., Danville, KY                              Varoscak, John — (1958) Retired, Pittsburgh Public
Mattingly, Buddy — (1971) Controller, Tumbleweed      Quisenberry, Ken — (1991) Building Manager, U of        Schools, Pittsburgh, PA
Restaurant, Louisville, KY                            L, Louisville, KY                                       Vilcheck, Al — (1972) Builder, Pikens, SC
May, Jerry — (1974) Retired, Louisville, KY           Ray, Jack — (1962) Candy Manufacturer, Altoona,         Waggener, Gil — (1950) Owner, Waggener Farms,
McCravy, Newton (1951) Retired, Louisville, KY        PA                                                      Burgin, KY
McCray, Rodney — (1983) construction company          Raymond, R. H. — (1943, BS) President, Richard          Wagner, Alfred — (1940) Retired Physician,
owner, Houston, TX                                    Raymonds, Assoc., Melno Park, CA                        Anchorage, KY
McCray, Scooter — (1983) La-Z-Boy Furniture           Reschar, John — (1954) Retired, Louisville, KY          Wagner, Milt — (1986) Assistant Basketball Coach,
operations, Louisville, KY                            Reeves, Kenny — (1950, BA) Dentist, Louisville, KY      UTEP, El Paso, Texas
McLendon, Jason — (1992) Private Business, Ft.        Reuther, John — (1965) Retired, Sarasota, FL            Watkins, Jerry — (1961) Retired,Louisville, KY
Myers, FL                                             Reuther, Joseph — (1964) Retired, Clarkson, KY          Webb, Derwin — (1993) President/CEO KMSDC,
McSwain, Johnny — (1976) Firefighter, Atlanta, GA     Ries, Bob — (1948, BME) Regional Manager,               Louisville, KY
McSwain, Mark — (1987) Professional Basketball in     Allegheny Ludlum, Arlington Heights, IL                 Wellman, Bob — (1952, BS) V.P. Southern Optical
France                                                Robinson, David — (1989) Louisville, KY                 Co., Louisville, KY
Meiman, Joe — (1973, BSC) C2 Facility (Software),     Robison, Dick — (1958) Brownstown, IN                   West, Chris — (1986) Sports Clubs, Louisville, KY
Louisville, KY                                        Rogers, Tick -- (1996) Pro basketball in Finland        Wheat, DeJuan -- (1997) Pro Basketball
Meiman, John — (1978) Account Executive, Bell         Rollins, Phil — (1956, BS) Retired, Louisville, KY      White, David — (1950) Church Administrator (Asst.




                                                                                                                                                                        TRADITION
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South Business Systems, Louisville, KY                Rooks, Ron — (1965, BS) Retired Cincinnati, OH          Gen. Secretary), Nashville, TN
Miles, Rick — (1973) Physician, Russell Springs,      Rothman, Judd — (1965) Partner, Principal;              Whitfield, Ike — (1975) Recreation Director, Long
KY                                                    Rothman and Rothman, CPA’s, Patchogue, NY               Beach, CA
Minner, Gordon — (1968) Retired USAF Pilot,           Sanders, Alex — Pro basketball, Cincinnati Stuff        Whitehead, Eddie — (1966) San Francisco, CA
Dover, DE                                             Scott, Edwin -- (1933) Physician, Attorney,             Wilkie, Ray — (1947, BA) Psychologist, Instructor,
Mitchell, Danny — (1985) Teacher, North Harrison      Louisville, KY                                          University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
High School, English, IN                              Search, Ted — (1952, BS) President, Chester             Williams, Harlan — (1951, BS) Teacher, Douglas
Monen, Si — (1938) Owner, Sterling Shop,              Chrysler-Plymouth Co., Chester, IL                      County Schools, Castle Rock, CO
Chattanooga, TN                                       Selvy, Marv — (1969) Petroleum Equipment Sales,         Williams, Keith — (1990) Sales, Xerox Corp.,
Morgan, Jim — (1957, BS) Thoroughbred Owner/          Louisville, KY                                          Louisville, KY
Trainer, Wilder, KY                                   Shackelford, Roscoe — (1957) Retired, Superinten-       Williams, Tony (2000) Restaurant Owner, Louisville,
Morton, Dwayne — (1994) Professional Basketball       dent, Hazard, KY                                        KY
in Europe                                             Sims, Alvin -- (1997) Pro basketball, Europe            Willingter, Paul (1939, BA) Guidance Counselor,
Mouser, Steve — (1975) Teacher, Louisville, KY        Sipe, Kenny — (1942, BCHE) Sales Rep., Reliance         Manual High School, Louisville, KY
Muldoon, Phil — (1947, LLB) Deputy Dir. of            Universal, Morristown, NJ                               Wine, Robby (1996) Manager, Shively Sporting
Collections, Cincinnati, OH                           Smith, Beau Zach -- (1997) Cardinal Mortgage Co.,       Goods, Louisville, KY
Murphy, Allen — (1977) Youth Director, Birming-       Louisville, KY                                          Wright, Les (1934, AB) Retired President, Samford
ham, AL                                               Smith, Dave — (1978) CPA, Louisville, KY                Univ., Birmingham, AL
Myles, Ellis — (2005) pro basketball in Italy         Smith, LaBradford — (1991) Self-employed,               Wright, Poncho (1982) medical services, Indianapo-
Naber, Bob — (1952) Covington, KY                     Louisville, KY                                          lis, IN
Nalevanko, Charles — (1970) Teacher, Louisville,      Smith, Troy — (1993) Professional Basketball in         York, Cliff (1954) Retired, Louisville, KY
KY                                                    France                                                  Zeller, Rod (1944, BCE) Retired, Louisville, KY
Neely, Greg — (1971, BA) Attorney, New Albany, IN     Snively, Curtis — (1991) Sales, Louisville, KY          Zirkle, Charles (1940, JD) Attorney, Louisville, KY
Newkirk, Richard — (1919) Louisville, KY              Snyder, Alva — (1929, DDS) Ashland, KY
Noble, Chuck — (1954) Owner, Cenco Services,          Sosnin, Hershell — (1934) Jenkintown, PA
Fresno, CA                                            South, Reagan — (1941, MD) Physician, San
Nuss, David — (1965) Supervisor, Sun Micro            Francisco, CA
Systems, Inc., Lexington, MA                          Spencer, Charlie — (1930) Retired, Louisville, KY

                                                                                    Louisville has won over 30 games four times in the last 25 years.         141
            Cardinals in the Pros
            Henry Bacon                                                                                               Wesley Cox
                                   Louisville (1969-72)                                                                                  Louisville (1973-77)
                                   San Diego (1972-73)                                                                                   Golden State Warriors (1977-
                                   Played one season with                                                                                79)
                                   San Diego of the ABA, scor-                                                                           A first round draft pick in
                                   ing 166 points in 47 games                                                                            1977, Cox played two sea-
                                   during the 1972-73 season.                                                                            sons in the NBA with
                                   Helped the Cardinals reach                                                                            Golden State. Scored 342
                                   the NCAA Final Four in                                                                                points in 74 career games.
                                   1972, Coach Denny Crum’s                                                                              Earned All-America honors
                                   first season at U of L.                                                                               in 1977 for U of L when he
                                                                                                                                         averaged 16.5 points for
                                                                                                                                         the Cardinals.




            Butch Beard                                                                                               Jerry Eaves
                                   Louisville (1966-69)                                                                                  Louisville (1978-82)
                                   Atlanta (1969-70)                                                                                     Utah Jazz (1982-87)
                                   Cleveland (1971-72,'75-76)                                                                            Sacramento Kings (1986-87)
                                   Seattle (1972-73)                                                                                     A third round draft pick,
                                   Golden State (1973-75)                                                                                Eaves played three sea-
                                   New York (1975-79)
                                                                                                                                         sons in the NBA with two
                                   Tenth pick overall in the
                                                                                                                                         teams. Averaged 9.3 ppg
                                   1969 NBA Draft. Played
                                                                                                                                         as a rookie with the Utah
                                   nine seasons in the NBA.
                                                                                                                                         Jazz. Starting guard for
                                   Best season as a pro was
                                                                                                                                         Cards' 1980 NCAA Cham-
                                   1971-72, averaging 15.4
                                                                                                                                         pionship team. Currently
                                   ppg with Cleveland. Scored
                                                                                                                                         the head basketball coach
                                   over 5,571 points in 637
                                                                                                                                         at North Carolina A & T.
                                   career games.                  Butch Beard
            Phillip Bond                                          Junior Bridgeman
                                   Louisville (1972-77)                              Louisville (1972-75)
                                   Houston Rockets (1977-78)                         Milwaukee Bucks (1975-84,
                                   A third round draft pick,                         1986-87)
                                   Bond played in seven                              L. A. Clippers (1984-86)
                                   games with the Houston                            Eighth pick in the 1975 draft.
                                   Rockets in the 1977-78 sea-                       Played ten seasons with
                                   son. Second in career as-                         Milwaukee and two with the
                                   sists at U of L with 528 and                      Los Angeles Clippers. Av-
                                   two of his single season                          eraged double figures in
                                   assist totals are among the                       scoring from 1976-85. Fin-
                                   top ten for the Cardinals.                        ished his NBA career with
                                                                                     11,517 points in 849
                                                                                     games. Had his jersey (No.
                                                                                     2) retired by the Bucks.

                                                                  Roger Burkman
TRADITION




                                                                                     Louisville (1977-81)
                                                                                     Chicago Bulls (1981-82)
                                                                                     A sixth round draft pick,
                                                                                     Burkman, played briefly one
                                                                                     season with the Chicago
                                                                                     Bulls. The defensive spe-
                                                                                     cialist saw action in six
                                                                                     games with Chicago.
                                                                                     Known as “Instant Defense”
                                                                                     with the Cardinals, helping
                                                                                     U of L to the 1980 NCAA
                                                                                     title.



                                                                  Jack Coleman
                                                                                     Louisville (1946-49)
                                                                                     Rochester (1949-56)
                                                                                     St. Louis (1956-58)
                                                                                     A nine-year veteran of the
                                                                                     NBA, playing six and a half
                                                                                     years with Rochester and
                                                                                     two and a half years with
                                                                                     St. Louis. Totalled 6,721
                                                                                     points in 633 career games
                                                                                     over his NBA career. Led
                                                                                     U of L to the 1948 NAIB
                                                                                     national championship.

            Junior Bridgeman                                                                                          Darrell Griffith
            142   Louisville has a 1,505-806 won-lost record in 91 seasons.
                                                    Lancaster Gordon
                                                                         Louisville (1980-84)
                                                                         Los Angeles Clippers (1984-
                                                                         88)
                                                                         The eighth player taken
                                                                         overall in the 1984 NBA
                                                                         draft, he played four sea-
                                                                         sons with the Los Angeles
                                                                         Clippers. Single-game
                                                                         scoring high was 33 points
                                                                         on March 17, 1987 against
                                                                         Portland. Totalled 1,125
                                                                         points in 201 games for his
                                                                         career.


                                                    Darrell Griffith
                                                                         Louisville (1976-80)
                                                                         Utah Jazz (1980-91)
                                                                         Second overall pick of the
                                                                         1980 draft to the Utah Jazz,
                                                                         where he played his entire
                                                                         10-year career. Named
                                                                         1981 NBA Rookie of the
                                                                         Year when he averaged
                                                                         20.6 ppg. Finished his NBA
                                                                         career with 12,391 points
                                                                         in 765 games. Career scor-
                                                                         ing leader at U of L (2,333
Pervis Ellison                                                           points).


Pervis Ellison                                      Mike Grosso
                   Louisville (1985-89)                                  Louisville (1968-70)
                   Sacramento Kings (1989-90)                            Pittsburgh (1971-72)
                   Washington Bullets (1990-94)                          Played one season with
                   Boston Celtics (1994-01)                              Pittsburgh of the ABA, scor-
                   Top pick of the 1989 draft                            ing 104 points in 25 games.
                   to Sacramento, where he                               Led the Cardinals twice in
                   played one season. Named                              rebounding with each year
                   the NBA’s Most Improved                               ranking among U of L’s top
                   Player in 1991-92 with the                            ten single season efforts
                   Bullets when he averaged                              (432 in ’68-69; 376 in ’69-
                   20 points, 11.2 rebounds                              70).
                   and 2.7 blocks. Retired and
                   now lives in New Jersey.
                                                                                                        Rodney McCray
Reece Gaines                                        Charles Jones                                       Scooter McCray




                                                                                                                                                                TRADITION
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                   Louisville (1999-2003)                                Louisville (1980-84)                                  Louisville (1978-83)
                   Orlando Magic (2003-04)                               Phoenix Suns (1984-86)                                Seattle SuperSonics ('83-84)
                   Houston Rockets (2004-05)                             Portland Trailblazers (1986-                          Cleveland Cavaliers (1986-87)
                   Milwaukee Bucks (2005-06)                             87)                                                   A second round draft pick,
                   Drafted by the Orlando                                Washington Bullets (1988-89)                          McCray played two sea-
                   Magic in the first round of                           Second in career blocked                              sons in the NBA. He had
                   the 2003 NBA draft (15th                              shots at U of L (208), Jones                          his best pro season in his
                   pick overall). Finalist for                           played four seasons in the                            rookie year with Seattle,
                   national player of the year                           NBA. Averaged 8.4 ppg                                 when he scored 129 points
                   honors as a senior at U of                            and 5.1 rpg his rookie year                           in 47 games. Ranks 11th
                   L, where he ranks among                               with Phoenix. Totalled                                among U of L’s all-time ca-
                   the top five all-time in scor-                        1,015 points in 201 career                            reer assist leaders (349).
                   ing, assists, steals, three-                          NBA games over four                                   Was an assistant coach
                   point goals and free throws.                          years.                                                with the Cards for 10 years.
Francisco Garcia                                    Rodney McCray                                       Greg Minor
                   Louisville (2002-05)                                  Louisville (1979-83)                                  Louisville (1991-94)
                   Sacramento Kings (2005-06)                            Houston Rockets (1983-88)                             Boston Celtics (1994-00)
                   Drafted by the Orlando                                Sacramento Kings (1988-90)                            Member of the Celtics six
                   Magic in the first round of                           Dallas Mavericks (1990-92)                            years after being drafted
                   the 2005 NBA draft (23rd                              Chicago Bulls (1992-93)                               25th overall by the L.A. Clip-
                   pick overall). Averaged 5.6                           Played 10 seasons in the                              pers and then traded to the
                   points and 2.8 rebounds as                            NBA, his last as a member                             Indiana Pacers. Scored 31
                   a rookie with the Kings,                              of the World Champion                                 points in his first starting
                   starting 11 games. Holds                              Chicago Bulls in 1992-93.                             assignment with the Celtics
                   the U of L single-game                                Honored on the NBA’s All-                             (1-27-95). Averaged 4.9
                   record for assists with 15                            Defensive team in 1988.                               points in 44 games (7 starts)
                   vs. Murray State (1-3-04)                             Led the NBA in minutes                                for the Celtics in '99-00.
                   and is third in career free                           played in 1989-90 with the                            Third in '96 NBA Slam Dunk
                   throw percentage.                                     Sacramento Kings.                                     contest.

                                                                   Pervis Ellison became U of L’s first and only No. 1 NBA draft pick in 1989.      143
            Cardinals in the Pros
            Dwayne Morton                                                                                                 Derek Smith
                                                                                                                                             Louisville (1978-82)
                                    Louisville (1991-94)
                                                                                                                                             San Diego/L.A. Clippers
                                    Golden St. Warriors (1994-95)
                                                                                                                                             (1982-86)
                                    Earned a spot on the                                                                                     Sacramento (1986-89)
                                    Golden State roster after                                                                                Philadelphia 76ers (1989-90)
                                    being chosen in the sec-                                                                                 Boston Celtics (1990-91)
                                    ond round in 1994 (45th                                                                                  Smith's best season was
                                    pick overall). Played in 41                                                                              1984-85 with the L.A. Clip-
                                    games in '94-95, starting                                                                                pers when he averaged 22.1
                                    six, while totalling 167                                                                                 ppg and ranked among the
                                    points and 58 rebounds. U                                                                                top five NBA guards in re-
                                    of L's all-time leader in                                                                                bounds, FG percentage,
                                    three-point field goal per-                                                                              scoring and blocked shots.
                                    centage (.461), scoring                                                                                  Totalled 4,563 points in 333
                                    1,428 career points.                                                                                     games over nine seasons.

            Allen Murphy                                                                                                  LaBradford Smith
                                    Louisville (1972-75)                                                                                     Louisville (1987-91)
                                    Kentucky Colonels (1975-76)                                                                              Washington Bullets (1991-93)
                                    Played one season with the                                                                               Sacramento Kings (1993-94)
                                    Kentucky Colonels before                                                                                 A 1991 first-round NBA
                                    a knee injury cut his career                                                                             draft pick (19th overall),
                                    short. He scored 113 points                                                                              Smith averaged 9.3 ppg in
                                    in 29 games for Kentucky                                                                                 1993-94, his second with
                                    in the 1975-76 ABA sea-                                                                                  the Bullets. He scored a
                                    son. Led the Cardinals to                                                                                career-high 37 points at
                                    the 1975 Final Four.                                                                                     Chicago (March 19, 1993).
                                                                                                                                             U of L’s all-time assist
                                                                                                                                             leader (713) and career free
                                                                                                                                             throw percentage leader
                                                                    Derek Smith                                                              (.866).

            Chuck Noble                                             Jim Price                                             Felton Spencer
                                    Louisville (1951-54)                                  Louisville (1969-72)                               Louisville (1986-90)
                                    Ft. Wayne (1955-57)                                   Los Angeles Lakers (1972-75)                       Minn. Timberwolves (1990-93)
                                    Detroit (1957-62)                                     Milwaukee Bucks (1974-77)                          Utah Jazz (1993-96)
                                                                                          Denver Nuggets (1976-78)
                                    Played seven seasons in                                                                                  Golden St. Warriors ('96-99)
                                                                                          Detroit Pistons (1977-78)                          San Antonio Spurs ('99-00)
                                    the NBA with two teams.                               Los Angeles (1978-79)                              New York Knicks ('00-02)
                                    He began his pro career                               Earned NBA All-Rookie                              Played three years with the
                                    with Fort Wayne, averag-                              team honors in 1973 with                           Minnesota Timberwolves.
                                    ing 9.5 points as a rookie.                           the Los Angeles Lakers.                            Traded to the Utah Jazz in
                                    He had his best season as                             Named to the NBA All-De-                           1993 where he started at
                                    a pro with Detroit when he                            fensive team the following                         center three years. Started
                                    averaged 11.3 ppg. To-                                year, averaging 15.2 ppg.                          65 games for Golden State
                                    talled 3,276 points in 411                            Price made the 1975 NBA                            in '96-97. Holds U of L
                                    games for his career.                                 All-Star Team as a mem-                            record for career FG pct.
                                                                                          ber of the Milwaukee Bucks.                        (.628).
            Bud Olsen                                               Phil Rollins
TRADITION




                                    Louisville (1959-62)                                  Louisville (1952-56)
                                    Cincinnati (1962-66)                                  Philadelphia (1958-59)
                                    San Francisco (1965-67)                               Cincinnati Royals (1958-61)
                                    Seattle (1967-68)                                     St. Louis (1960-61)
                                    Boston (1968-69)                                      New York (1960-61)
                                    Detroit (1968-69)                                     Played three years in the
                                    Kentucky Colonels (1969-70)                           NBA with four different
                                    A seven-year player in the                            teams. In the 1959-60 sea-
                                    NBA for six different teams.                          son, he enjoyed his best
                                    Olsen enjoyed his best sea-                           season as a pro in scoring
                                    son as a pro when he aver-                            393 points in 72 games (5.5
                                    aged 7.5 ppg for Cincinnati                           ppg average). Starting
                                    in 1964-65. Totalled 1,935                            guard on U of L’s 1956 NIT
                                    points in 453 games during                            Championship team.
                                    his pro career.
            Kenny Payne                                             Clifford Rozier
                                    Louisville (1985-89)                                  Louisville (1992-94)
                                    Philadelphia 76ers (1989-93)                          Golden St. Warriors (1994-96)
                                    A first round draft pick in                           Toronto Raptors (1997)
                                    1989 (19th overall pick),                             Minn. Timberwolves (1997-98)
                                    Payne played three and a                              First-round draft choice of
                                    half seasons with the Phila-                          the Warriors in '94. Started
                                    delphia 76ers. Totalled 424                           34 games as a rookie, av-
                                    points in 131 games in his                            eraging 6.8 points and 7.4
                                    career. Second in U of L                              rebounds. Started 29
                                    career three point field goal                         games for the Raptors in
                                    percentage (.401). Cur-                               1997. Consensus first team
                                    rently an assistant coach at                          All-America in 1994, post-
                                    the University of Oregon.                             ing 41 scoring / rebounding
                                                                                          double-doubles in 2 years.      Clifford Rozier
            144   All-American Wes Unseld still holds Louisville’s outdoor discus record in track.
Ron Thomas                                            Milt Wagner                                           Samaki Walker
                      Louisville (1970-1972)                                 Louisville (1981-86)                               Louisville (1994-96)
                      Kentucky Colonels (1972-76)                            Los Angeles Lakers (1977-78)                       Dallas Mavericks (1996-00)
                      Thomas played for the Ken-                             Third on Cardinals’ all-time                       San Antonio Spurs (2000-01)
                      tucky Colonels of the ABA                                                                                 Los Angeles Lakers (2001-03)
                                                                             scoring list (1,834 points),
                                                                                                                                Miami Heat (2003-04)
                      for four years. He totalled                            Wagner played one year in                          Washington Wizards ('04-05)
                      1,051 points in 264 games                              the NBA with the 1988                              Indiana Pacers (2005-06)
                      during his his four-year ca-                           World Champion Los An-                             Drafted with the ninth pick
                      reer with the Colonels. Tho-                           geles Lakers, averaging 3.8                        overall by the Mavericks fol-
                      mas was the last U of L                                ppg as a reserve guard. He                         lowing his sophomore year.
                      player to average double                               played several seasons in                          Had a triple-double with 14
                      figures in rebounding (13.5)                           the CBA and his pro team                           points, 10 rebounds and 11
                      for the Cards until Clifford                           in France won the league                           blocked shots vs. Kentucky
                      Rozier averaged 10.9 in                                championship last year.                            (1-1-95). Member of World
                      ’92-93.                                                                                                   Champion '01-02 LA Lakers.

Billy Thompson                                                                                              DeJuan Wheat
                      Louisville (1982-1986)                                                                                    Louisville (1993-97)
                      Los Angeles Lakers (1986-88)                                                                              Minn. Timberwolves (1997-98)
                      Miami Heat (1988-91)                                                                                      Vancouver Grizzlies (1998-99)
                      A member of the NBA                                                                                       Only player in NCAA his-
                      Champion L.A. Lakers in                                                                                   tory with career totals of at
                      1987, where he became                                                                                     least 2,000 points (2,183),
                      one of only four players to                                                                               450 assists (498), 300
                      have played on an NCAA                                                                                    three-point goals (323) and
                      Championship and NBA                                                                                      200 steals (204). Cards'
                      Championship team in                                                                                      No 2 all-time scorer pro-
                      back-to-back years. To-                                                                                   duced a high game of 19
                      talled 2,580 career points                                                                                points and 8 assists against
                      in 322 games.                                                                                             Milwaukee (4-18-98) as a
                                                                                                                                rookie with the T-wolves.

John Turner                                                                                                 Rick Wilson
                      Louisville (1958-61)                                                                                      Louisville (1974-78)
                      Chicago Bulls (1961-62)                                                                                   Atlanta Hawks (1978-80)
                      An All-America pick for the                                                                               Wilson played two years
                      Cardinals in 1961, Turner                                                                                 with the Atlanta Hawks. A
                      played one season in the                                                                                  1978 second round draft
                      NBA with Chicago, scoring                                                                                 pick, he played every posi-
                      200 points in 42 games dur-                                                                               tion but center in his two-
                      ing the 1961-62 season.                                                                                   year NBA career. Twice in
                      His 669 points scored as a                                                                                the 1978-79 season, he
                      senior (23.1 avg.) is the                                                                                 scored personal NBA ca-
                      third highest ever in a sea-                                                                              reer highs of ten points
                      son at U of L.                                                                                            against Golden State and
                                                                                                                                Portland.
                                                      Felton Spencer

Charlie Tyra
                                                       U of L's Home Court Record



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                      Louisville (1953-57)
                      New York (1957-61)
                      Chicago (1961-62)                Site                                           First Game    Last Game     Record          Pct
                      A two-time consensus All-
                      America pick at U of L, Tyra     Tharp University                               1/28/12       2/28/16        7-7           .500
                      played five years in NBA,        Young Men’s Hebrew Assn. (YMHA)                2/28/13       1/3/31         3-6           .333
                      four with New York and one       Young Men’s Christian Assn. (YMCA)             2/6/15        3/6/25         6-10          .375
                      in Chicago. Originally           St. Xavier High School                         1/28/17       2/27/26       14-13          .518
                      drafted by Detroit, Tyra av-
                                                       Calumet Club (New Albany, Ind.)                2/1/21        1/19/25        1-2           .333
                      eraged a season-best 12.8
                      ppg in 74 games with New         Manual High School                             2/6/24        12/28/29       1-3           .250
                      York in 1959-60. Tyra            The Brown Hotel                                12/15/24      2/25/25        5-1           .833
                      scored 3,091 points in his       The Louisville Elks Club                       1/20/25       1/20/25        1-0          1.000
                      348 pro career games.            Knights of Columbus Gym                        1/8/26        1/19/38       33-17          .667
Wes Unseld                                              (Columbia Gym)
                                                       Trinity Young Men’s Club (YMI)                 1/9/28        1/9/28          1-0         1.000
                      Louisville (1965-68)             U of L Belknap Campus Gym                      12/19/31      2/7/45         56-35         .615
                      Washington Bullets (1968-81)
                      Played 13 years for the Bal-     Jeffersonville (Ind.) Armory                   2/12/38       1/19/49         4-1          .800
                      timore/Washington Bullets.       Male High School                               1/28/42       2/23/48        10-5          .667
                      Second player in NBA his-        Bowman Field Gym                               12/10/43      12/10/43        0-1          .000
                      tory to be chosen NBA            New Albany (Ind.) Armory                       2/16/44       2/16/44         1-0         1.000
                      Rookie of the Year and
                                                       Jefferson County Armory                        1/13/45       11/30/72      153-23         .869
                      Most Valuable Player in the
                      same season. Named                 (Convention Center, Louisville Gardens)
                      Championship Series MVP          New Albany (Ind.) High School                  12/22/49      12/22/49       1-0    1.000
                      in leading the Bullets to the    Freedom Hall                                   12/6/56       present       622-129  .828
                      1978 NBA title. Enshrined        Broadbent Arena                                3/14/85       3/14/85        1-0    1.000
                      in the Pro Basketball Hall
                      of Fame in 1988.
      Many former Cards are currently playing pro basketball in foreign countries including Larry O'Bannon, Simeon Naydenov and Luke Whitehead.      145
            All-Time U of L Pro Draft List
            All-Time U of L Pro Draft List
            NBA                                                 Year          Round*
            Name (Yrs. at U of L)                     Pos.      Drafted       (Overall Pick)   NBA Team
            Butch Beard (1966-69)                     G         1969          1st (10th)       Atlanta
            Phillip Bond (1972-77)                    G         1977          3rd              Houston
            Junior Bridgeman (1972-75)                G         1975          1st (16th)       Los Angeles
            Bob Brown (1948-52)                       G/F       1952                           Philadelphia
            Roger Burkman (1977-81)                   G         1981          6th (130th)      Chicago
            Bill Butler (1972-74)                     F         1974          8th (133rd)      Atlanta
            Jack Coleman (1946-49)                    F         1949                           Rochester
            Dee Compton (1946-48)                     F         1948                           Philadelphia
            Wesley Cox (1973-77)                      G/F       1977          1st (18th)       Golden State
            Herbert Crook (1984-88)                   F         1988          3rd (61st)       Indiana
            Bill Darragh (1954-57)                    F         1957                           St. Louis
            Jerry DuPont (1955-58)                    C         1958                           Cincinnati
            Jerry Eaves (1978-82)                     G         1982          3rd (55th)       Utah
            Pervis Ellison (1985-89)                  F/C       1989          1st (1st)        Sacramento
            Reece Gaines (1999-2003)                  G         2003          1st (15th)       Orlando
            Rick Gallon (1974-78)                     F/C       1978          2nd              Buffalo
            Francisco Garcia (2002-05)                F         2005          1st (23rd)       Sacramento
            Don Goldstein (1956-59)                   F/C       1959                           Detroit
            Lancaster Gordon (1980-84)                G         1984          1st (8th)        Clippers
            Darrell Griffith (1976-80)                G         1980          1st (2nd)        Utah
            Mike Grosso (1968-70)                     C         1970          5th (84th)       Milwaukee
            Mike Grosso (1968-70)                     C         1969          3rd (42nd)       Philadelphia
            Jeff Hall (1982-86)                       G         1986          6th (118th)      Indiana
            Fred Holden (1965-68)                     G         1968          16th (191)       Chicago
            Charles Jones (1980-84)                   F/C       1984          2nd (36th)       Phoenix
            Jerry King (1966-69)                      F         1969          5th (60th)       Seattle
            Bob Lochmueller (1949-52)                 F         1952                           Syracuse
            Rodney McCray (1979-83)                   F         1983          1st (3rd)        Houston
            Scooter McCray (1978-83)                  F         1983          2nd (36th)       Seattle
            Greg Minor (1991-94)                      G/F       1994          1st (25th)       L.A. Clippers
            Gerry Moreman (1953-56)                   G         1956                           Rochester
            Jim Morgan (1954-57)                      G         1957                           Syracuse
            Dwayne Morton (1991-94)                   G/F       1994          2nd (45th)       Golden State
            Allen Murphy (1972-75)                    G         1975          2nd              Phoenix
            Bud Olsen (1959-62)                       F/C       1962          2nd              Cincinnati
            Kenny Payne (1985-89)                     F         1989          1st (19th)       Philadelphia
            Jim Price (1969-72)                       G         1972          2nd (16th)       Cleveland
            John Prudhoe (1953-55)                    C         1955                           Rochester
            Kenny Reeves (1946-50)                    G         1950          4th              Boston
            Phil Rollins (1952-56)                    G         1956                           Philadelphia       Wes Unseld
            Clifford Rozier (1992-94)                 C/F       1994          1st (16th)       Golden State
            Derek Smith (1978-82)                     G/F       1982          2nd (35th)       Golden State
            LaBradford Smith (1987-91)                G         1991          1st(19th)        Washington
            Felton Spencer (1986-90)                  C         1990          1st (6th)        Minnesota
            Howard Stacey (1957-60)                   G         1961                           St. Louis
            Ron Thomas (1970-72)                      F/C       1972          6th (90th)       Seattle
TRADITION




            Billy Thompson (1982-86)                  F         1986          1st (19th)       Atlanta
            John Turner (1958-61)                     F         1961          2nd              Chicago
            Charlie Tyra (1954-57)                    C         1957                           Detroit
            Wes Unseld (1965-68)                      C         1968          1st (2nd)        Baltimore
            Al Vilcheck (1969-72)                     F/C       1972          10th (153rd)     Phoenix
            Milt Wagner (1981-86)                     G         1986          2nd (35th)       Dallas
            Samaki Walker (1994-96)                   F/C       1996          1st (9th)        Dallas
            DeJuan Wheat (1992-96)                    G         1997          2nd (52nd)       L.A. Lakers
            Larry Williams (1975-79)                  F         1979          5th              Denver
            Rick Wilson (1974-78)                     G         1978          2nd (25th)       Atlanta
            Poncho Wright (1979-82)                   F         1982          6th              Kansas City
            ABA
            Henry Bacon (1969-72)                     G         1972                           Memphis
            Butch Beard (1966-69)                     G         1969          6th              Dallas
            Bill Bunton (1971-75)                     C         1975          7th              Virginia
            Bill Butler (1972-74)                     F         1974          7th              Kentucky
            Jerry King (1966-69)                      F         1969          2nd              Denver
            Jim Price (1969-72)                       G         1972          3rd              Memphis
            Ron Thomas (1970-72)                      F/C       1972          4th              Memphis
            Wes Unseld (1965-68)                      C         1968          5th              Kentucky
            Al Vilchek (1969-72)                      C         1972                           Dallas
            CBA
            James Brewer (1988-93)                     G         1993         6th (84th)       Yakima
            Manuel Forrest (1981-85)                   F        1985          1st (22nd)       Evansville
            Cornelius Holden (1988-92)                 F         1992         5th (66th)       Rapid City
            Tony Kimbro (1985-90)                      F         1990         6th (94th)       Pensacola
            Mark McSwain (1983-87)                     F        1987          2nd (21st)       Mississippi
            Alvin Sims (1993-97)                       G         1997         3rd (24th)       Quad Cty
            Keith Williams (1986-90)                   G         1990         6th (95th)       Quad City
              *round and selection information unavailable on some players.                                       Samaki Walker
            146      U of L's Clifford Rozier set an NCAA single-game field goal percentage record, hitting 15-of-15 field goals vs. Eastern Ky. on Dec. 11, 1993.

				
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