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YEAR     CHAMPION                SCORE           RUNNER-UP              THIRD PLACE               FOURTH PLACE                  SITE OF FINALS
1939     Oregon                  46-33               Ohio State               *Oklahoma                      *Villanova                 Evanston, Ill.
1940     Indiana                 60-42                   Kansas               *Duquesne                           *USC             Kansas City, Mo.
1941     Wisconsin               39-34         Washington State                *Pittsburgh                   *Arkansas             Kansas City, Mo.
1942     Stanford                53-38               Dartmouth                   *Kentucky                   *Colorado             Kansas City, Mo.
1943     Wyoming                 46-34             Georgetown                        *Texas                    *DePaul               New York, N.Y.
1944     Utah                    42-40+              Dartmouth                *Iowa State                  *Ohio State               New York, N.Y.
1945     Oklahoma State          49-45                        NYU               *Arkansas                  *Ohio State               New York, N.Y.
1946     Oklahoma State          43-40           North Carolina                Ohio State                     California             New York, N.Y.
1947     Holy Cross              58-47               Oklahoma                          Texas                      CCNY               New York, N.Y.
1948     Kentucky                58-42                     Baylor              Holy Cross                Kansas State                New York, N.Y.
1949     Kentucky                46-36          Oklahoma State                         Illinois          Oregon State                 Seattle, Wash.
1950     CCNY                    71-68                   Bradley                N.C. State                        Baylor             New York, N.Y.
1951     Kentucky                68-58            Kansas State                         Illinois       Oklahoma State             Minneapolis, Minn.
1952     Kansas                  80-63                St. John’s                       Illinois            Santa Clara                Seattle, Wash.
1953     Indiana                 69-68                   Kansas              Washington                               LSU          Kansas City, Mo.
1954     LaSalle                 92-76                   Bradley              Penn State                            USC            Kansas City, Mo.
1955     San Francisco           77-63                   LaSalle                  Colorado                           Iowa          Kansas City, Mo.
1956     San Francisco           83-71                        Iowa                   Temple                         SMU                 Evanston, Ill.
1957     North Carolina          54-53%                  Kansas           San Francisco                 Michigan State             Kansas City, Mo.
1958     Kentucky                84-72                   Seattle                     Temple              Kansas State                  Louisville, Ky.
1959     California              71-70            West Virginia                  Cincinnati                   Louisville               Louisville, Ky.
1960     Ohio State              75-55                California                 Cincinnati                          NYU       San Francisco, Calif.
1961     Cincinnati              70-65+              Ohio State            ^St. Joseph’s                             Utah          Kansas City, Mo.
1962     Cincinnati              71-59               Ohio State             Wake Forest                            UCLA                Louisville, Ky.
1963     Loyola (Ill.)           60-58+               Cincinnati                         Duke            Oregon State                  Louisville, Ky.
1964     UCLA                    98-83                       Duke                  Michigan              Kansas State              Kansas City, Mo.
1965     UCLA                    91-80                 Michigan                   Princeton              Wichita State                 Portland, Ore.
1966     UTEP                    72-65                 Kentucky                          Duke                        Utah         College Park, Md.
1967     UCLA                    79-64                   Dayton                     Houston             North Carolina                 Louisville, Ky.
1968     UCLA                    78-55           North Carolina                Ohio State                      Houston           Los Angeles, Calif.
1969     UCLA                    92-72                   Purdue                        Drake            North Carolina                 Louisville, Ky.
1970     UCLA                    80-69             Jacksonville        New Mexico State            State Bonaventure              College Park, Md.
1971     UCLA                    68-62                ^Villanova      ^Western Kentucky                         Kansas               Houston, Texas
1972     UCLA                    81-76             Florida State          North Carolina                      Louisville         Los Angeles, Calif.
1973     UCLA                    87-66           Memphis State                       Indiana               Providence                  St. Louis, Mo.
1974     North Carolina State    76-64                Marquette                         UCLA                    Kansas            Greensboro, N.C.
1975     UCLA                    92-85                 Kentucky                   Louisville                  Syracuse             San Diego, Calif.
1976     Indiana                 86-68                 Michigan                         UCLA                    Rutgers            Philadelphia, Pa.
1977     Marquette               67-59           North Carolina                         UNLV            UNC Charlotte                    Atlanta, Ga.
1978     Kentucky                94-88                       Duke                 Arkansas                Notre Dame                   St. Louis, Mo.
1979     Michigan State          75-64            Indiana State                      DePaul                         Penn             Salt Lake, Utah
1980     Louisville              59-54                   ^UCLA                       Purdue                          Iowa          Indianapolis, Ind.
1981     Indiana                 63-50           North Carolina                      Virginia                         LSU          Philadelphia, Pa.
1982     North Carolina          63-62             Georgetown                     *Houston                   *Louisville          New Orleans, La.
1983     North Carolina State    54-52                  Houston                    *Georgia                  *Louisville         Albuquerque, N.M.
1984     Georgetown              84-75                  Houston                  *Kentucky                     *Virginia              Seattle, Wash.
1985     Villanova               66-64             Georgetown                  *St. John’s           ^*Memphis State                  Lexington, Ky.
1986     Louisville              72-69                       Duke                   *Kansas                         *LSU               Dallas, Texas
1987     Indiana                 74-73                 Syracuse              *Providence                         *UNLV            New Orleans, La.
1988     Kansas                  83-79               Oklahoma                       *Arizona                      *Duke            Kansas City, Mo.
1989     Michigan                80-79+              Seton Hall                        *Duke                     *Illinois            Seattle, Wash.
1990     UNLV                    103-73                      Duke               *Arkansas               *Georgia Tech                  Denver, Colo.
1991     Duke                    72-65                   Kansas                       *UNLV            *North Carolina             Indianapolis, Ind.
1992     Duke                    71-51                 Michigan                *Cincinnati                     *Indiana          Minneapolis, Minn.
1993     North Carolina          77-71                 Michigan                  *Kentucky                     *Kansas            New Orleans, La.
1994     Arkansas                76-72                       Duke                   *Arizona                    *Florida              Charlotte, N.C.
1995     UCLA                    89-78                 Arkansas         *Oklahoma State                *North Carolina                Seattle, Wash.
1996     Kentucky                76-67                 Syracuse        *Mississippi State             *Massachusetts           East Rutherford, N.J.
1997     Arizona                 84-79+                Kentucky               *Minnesota               *North Carolina             Indianapolis, Ind.
1998     Kentucky                78-69                        Utah                *Stanford            *North Carolina            San Antonio, Tex.
1999     Connecticut             77-74                       Duke             *Ohio State                      *Auburn                  Tampa, Fla.
2000     Michigan State          89-76                    Florida             *Wisconsin               *North Carolina             Indianapolis, Ind.
2001     Duke                    82-72                   Arizona                 *Maryland            *Michigan State            Minneapolis, Minn.
2002     Maryland                64-52                   Indiana                    *Kansas                *Oklahoma                     Atlanta, Ga.
2003     Syracuse                81-78                   Kansas                      *Texas                 *Marquette            New Orleans, La.
2004     Connecticut             82-73            Georgia Tech                         *Duke        *Oklahoma State              San Antonio, Tex.
2005     North Carolina          75-70                     Illinois             *Louisville           *Michigan State                 St. Louis, Mo.

* - Tied for Third Place        + - Overtime     % - Three Overtimes              ^ - Record Later Vacated

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1948-49                 1954-55                  1960-61                  1966-67                 1972-73
1.   Kentucky           1.   USF                 1.   Ohio State          1.   UCLA               1.   UCLA
2.   Oklahoma State     2.   Kentucky            2.   Cincinnati          2.   Louisville         2.   NC State
3.   Saint Louis        3.   LaSalle             3.   St. Bonaventure     3.   North Carolina     3.   Long Beach State
4.   Illinois           4.   NC State            4.   Kansas State        4.   Kansas             4.   Providence
5.   Western Kentucky   5.   Iowa                5.   North Carolina      5.   Princeton          5.   Marquette
6.   Minnesota          6.   Duquesne            6.   Bradley             6.   Houston            6.   Indiana
7.   Bradley            7.   Utah                7.   USC                 7.   Western Kentucky   7.   SW Louisiana
8.   USF                8.   Marquette           8.   Iowa                8.   UTEP               8.   Maryland
9.   Tulane             9.   Dayton              9.   West Virginia       9.   Tennessee          9.   Kansas State
10.  Bowling Green      10.  Oregon State        10.  Duke                10.  Boston College     10.  Minnesota

1949-50                 1955-56                  1961-62                  1967-68                 1973-74
1.   Bradley            1.   USF                 1.   Ohio State          1.   Houston            1.   NC State
2.   Ohio State         2.   NC State            2.   Cincinnati          2.   UCLA               2.   UCLA
3.   Kentucky           3.   Dayton              3.   Kentucky            3.   St. Bonaventure    3.   Marquette
4.   Holy Cross         4.   Iowa                4.   Mississippi State   4.   North Carolina     4.   Maryland
5.   NC State           5.   Alabama             5.   Bradley             5.   Kentucky           5.   Notre Dame
6.   Duquesne           6.   Louisville          6.   Kansas State        6.   New Mexico         6.   Michigan
7.   UCLA               7.   SMU                 7.   Utah                7.   Columbia           7.   Kansas
8.   Western Kentucky   8.   UCLA                8.   Bowling Green       8.   Davidson           8.   Providence
9.   St. John’s         9.   Kentucky            9.   Colorado            9.   Louisville         9.   Indiana
10.  LaSalle            10.  Illinois            10.  Duke                10.  Duke               10.  Long Beach State

1950-51                 1956-57                  1962-63                  1968-69                 1974-75
1.   Kentucky           1.   North Carolina      1.   Cincinnati          1.   UCLA               1.   UCLA
2.   Oklahoma State     2.   Kansas              2.   Duke                2.   LaSalle            2.   Kentucky
3.   Columbia           3.   Kentucky            3.   Loyola (Ill.)       3.   Santa Clara        3.   Indiana
4.   Kansas State       4.   SMU                 4.   Arizona State       4.   North Carolina     4.   Louisville
5.   Illinois           5.   Seattle             5.   Wichita State       5.   Davidson           5.   Maryland
6.   Bradley            6.   Louisville          6.   Mississippi State   6.   Purdue             6.   Syracuse
7.   Indiana            7.   West Virginia       7.   Ohio State          7.   Kentucky           7.   NC State
8.   NC State           8.   Vanderbilt          8.   Illinois            8.   St. John’s         8.   Arizona State
9.   St. John’s         9.   Oklahoma City       9.   NYU                 9.   Duquesne           9.   North Carolina
10.  Saint Louis        10.  Saint Louis         10.  Colorado            10.  Villanova          10.  Alabama

1951-52                 1957-58                  1963-64                  1969-70                 1975-76
1.   Kentucky           1.   West Virginia       1.   UCLA                1.   Kentucky           1.   Indiana
2.   Illinois           2.   Cincinnati          2.   Michigan            2.   UCLA               2.   Marquette
3.   Kansas State       3.   Kansas State        3.   Duke                3.   St. Bonaventure    3.   UNLV
4.   Duquesne           4.   USF                 4.   Kentucky            4.   Jacksonville       4.   Rutgers
5.   Saint Louis        5.   Temple              5.   Wichita State       5.   New Mexico State   5.   UCLA
6.   Washington         6.   Maryland            6.   Oregon State        6.   South Carolina     6.   Alabama
7.   Iowa               7.   Kansas              7.   Villanova           7.   Iowa               7.   Notre Dame
8.   Kansas             8.   Notre Dame          8.   Loyola (Ill.)       8.   Marquette          8.   North Carolina
9.   West Virginia      9.   Kentucky            9.   DePaul              9.   Notre Dame         9.   Michigan
10.  St. John’s         10.  Duke                10.  Davidson            10.  NC State           10.  Western Kentucky

1952-53                 1958-59                  1964-65                  1970-71                 1976-77
1.   Indiana            1.   Kansas State        1.   Michigan            1.   UCLA               1.   Michigan
2.   Seton Hall         2.   Kentucky            2.   UCLA                2.   Marquette          2.   UCLA
3.   Kansas             3.   Mississippi State   3.   St. Joseph’s        3.   Penn               3.   Kentucky
4.   Washington         4.   Bradley             4.   Providence          4.   Kansas             4.   UNLV
5.   LSU                5.   Cincinnati          5.   Vanderbilt          5.   USC                5.   North Carolina
6.   LaSalle            6.   NC State            6.   Davidson            6.   South Carolina     6.   Syracuse
7.   St. John’s         7.   Michigan State      7.   Minnesota           7.   Western Kentucky   7.   Marquette
8.   Oklahoma State     8.   Auburn              8.   Villanova           8.   Kentucky           8.   USF
9.   Duquesne           9.   North Carolina      9.   BYU                 9.   Fordham            9.   Wake Forest
10.  Notre Dame         10.  West Virginia       10.  Duke                10.  Ohio State         10.  Notre Dame

1953-54                 1959-60                  1965-66                  1971-72                 1977-78
1.   Kentucky           1.   Cincinnati          1.   Kentucky            1.   UCLA               1.   Kentucky
2.   LaSalle            2.   California          2.   Duke                2.   North Carolina     2.   UCLA
3.   Holy Cross         3.   Ohio State          3.   UTEP                3.   Penn               3.   DePaul
4.   Indiana            4.   Bradley             4.   Kansas              4.   Louisville         4.   Michigan State
5.   Duquesne           5.   West Virginia       5.   St. Joseph’s        5.   Long Beach State   5.   Arkansas
6.   Notre Dame         6.   Utah                6.   Loyola (Ill.)       6.   South Carolina     6.   Notre Dame
7.   Bradley            7.   Indiana             7.   Cincinnati          7.   Marquette          7.   Duke
8.   Western Kentucky   8.   Utah State          8.   Vanderbilt          8.   SW Louisiana       8.   Marquette
9.   Penn State         9.   St. Bonaventure     9.   Michigan            9.   BYU                9.   Louisville
10.  Oklahoma State     10.  Miami (Fla.)        10.  Western Kentucky    10.  Florida State      10.  Kansas


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1978-79               1984-85               1990-91               1996-97                       2002-2003
1.   Indiana State    1.   Georgetown       1.   UNLV             1.   Kansas                   1.   Kentucky
2.   UCLA             2.   Michigan         2.   Arkansas         2.   Utah                     2.   Arizona
3.   Michigan State   3.   St. John’s       3.   Indiana          3.   Minnesota                3.   Oklahoma
4.   Notre Dame       4.   Oklahoma         4.   North Carolina   4.   North Carolina           4.   Pittsburgh
5.   Arkansas         5.   Memphis State    5.   Ohio State       5.   Kentucky                 5.   Texas
6.   DePaul           6.   Georgia Tech     6.   Duke             6.   South Carolina           6.   Kansas
7.   LSU              7.   North Carolina   7.   Syracuse         7.   UCLA                     7.   Duke
8.   Syracuse         8.   Louisiana Tech   8.   Arizona          8.   Duke                     8.   Wake Forest
9.   North Carolina   9.   UNLV             9.   Kentucky         9.   Wake Forest              8.   Marquette
10.  Marquette        10.  Duke             10.  Utah             10.  Cincinnati               10.  Florida

1979-80               1985-86               1991-92               1997-98                       2003-2004
1.   DePaul           1.   Duke             1.   Duke             1.   North Carolina           1.   Stanford
2.   Louisville       2.   Kansas           2.   Kansas           2.   Kansas                   2.   Kentucky
3.   LSU              3.   Kentucky         3.   Ohio State       3.   Duke                     3.   Gonzaga
4.   Kentucky         4.   St. John’s       4.   UCLA             4.   Arizona                  4.   Oklahoma State
5.   Oregon State     5.   Michigan         5.   Indiana          5.   Kentucky                 5.   St. Joseph’s
6.   Syracuse         6.   Georgia Tech     6.   Kentucky         6.   Connecticut              6.   Duke
7.   Indiana          7.   Louisville       7.   UNLV             7.   Utah                     7.   Connecticut
8.   Maryland         8.   North Carolina   8.   USC              8.   Princeton                8.   Mississippi State
9.   Notre Dame       9.   Syracuse         9.   Arkansas         9.   Cincinnati               9.   Pittsburgh
10.  Ohio State       10.  Notre Dame       10.  Arizona          10.  Stanford                 10.  Wisconsin

1980-81               1986-87               1992-93               1998-99                       2004-2005
1.   DePaul           1.   UNLV             1.   Indiana          1.   Duke                     1.   Illinois
2.   Oregon State     2.   North Carolina   2.   Kentucky         2.   Michigan State           2.   North Carolina
3.   Arizona State    3.   Indiana          3.   Michigan         3.   Connecticut              3.   Duke
4.   LSU              4.   Georgetown       4.   North Carolina   4.   Auburn                   4.   Louisville
5.   Virginia         5.   DePaul           5.   Arizona          5.   Maryland                 5.   Wake Forest
6.   North Carolina   6.   Iowa             6.   Seton Hall       6,   Utah                     6.   Oklahoma State
7.   Notre Dame       7.   Purdue           7.   Cincinnati       7.   Stanford                 7.   Kentucky
8.   Kentucky         8.   Temple           8.   Vanderbilt       8.   Kentucky                 8.   Washington
9.   Indiana          9.   Alabama          9.   Kansas           9.   St. John’s               9.   Arizona
10.  UCLA             10.  Syracuse         10.  Duke             10.  Miami (Fla.)             10.  Gonzaga

1981-82               1987-88               1993-94               1999-2000
1.   North Carolina   1.   Temple           1.   North Carolina   1.   Duke                     Note:
2.   DePaul           2.   Arizona          2.   Arkansas         2.   Michigan State           Oklahoma A&M (Oklahoma
3.   Virginia         3.   Purdue           3.   Purdue           3.   Stanford                 State) and Texas Western
4.   Oregon State     4.   Oklahoma         4.   Connecticut      4.   Arizona                  (UTEP) have been changed to
5.   Missouri         5.   Duke             5.   Missouri         5.   Temple                   reflect their current names.
6.   Georgetown       6.   Kentucky         6.   Duke             6,   Iowa State
7.   Minnesota        7.   North Carolina   7.   Kentucky         7.   Cincinnati
8.   Idaho            8.   Pittsburgh       8.   Massachusetts    8.   Ohio State
9.   Memphis State    9.   Syracuse         9.   Arizona          9.   St. John‘s
10.  Tulsa            10.  Michigan         10.  Louisville       10.  LSU

1982-83               1988-89               1994-95               2000-2001
1.   Houston          1.   Arizona          1.   UCLA             1.   Duke
2.   Louisville       2.   Georgetown       2.   Kentucky         2.   Stanford
3.   St. John’s       3.   Illinois         3.   Wake Forest      3.   Michigan State
4.   Virginia         4.   Oklahoma         4.   North Carolina   4.   Illinois
5.   Indiana          5.   North Carolina   5.   Kansas           5.   Arizona
6.   UNLV             6.   Missouri         6.   Arkansas         6.   North Carolina
7.   UCLA             7.   Syracuse         7.   Massachusetts    7.   Boston College
8.   North Carolina   8.   Indiana          8.   Connecticut      8.   Florida
9.   Arkansas         9.   Duke             9.   Villanova        8.   Kentucky
10.  Missouri         10.  Michigan         10.  Maryland         10.  Iowa State

1983-84               1989-90               1995-96               2001-2002
1.   North Carolina   1.   Oklahoma         1.   Massachusetts    1.   Duke
2.   Georgetown       2.   UNLV             2.   Kentucky         2.   Kansas
3.   Kentucky         3.   Connecticut      3.   Connecticut      3.   Oklahoma
4.   DePaul           4.   Michigan State   4.   Georgetown       4.   Maryland
5.   Houston          5.   Kansas           5.   Kansas           5.   Cincinnati
6.   Illinois         6.   Syracuse         6.   Purdue           6.   Gonzaga
7.   Oklahoma         7.   Arkansas         7.   Cincinnati       7.   Arizona
8.   Arkansas         8.   Georgetown       8.   Texas Tech       8.   Alabama
9.   UTEP             9.   Georgia Tech     9.   Wake Forest      8.   Pittsburgh
10.  Purdue           10.  Purdue           10.  Villanova        10.  Connecticut




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1950-51                 1955-56                  1960-61                  1965-66                 1970-71
1.   Kentucky           1.   USF                 1.   Ohio State          1.   Kentucky           1.   UCLA
2.   Oklahoma State     2.   NC State            2.   Cincinnati          2.   Duke               2.   Marquette
3.   Kansas State       3.   Dayton              3.   St. Bonaventure     3.   UTEP               3.   Penn
4.   Illinois           4.   Iowa                4.   Kansas State        4.   Kansas             4.   Kansas
5.   Coumbia            5.   Alabama             5.   USC                 5.   Loyola (Ill.)      5.   USC
6.   Bradley            6.   SMU                 6.   North Carolina      6.   St. Joseph's       6.   South Carolina
7.   NC State           7.   Louisville          7.   Bradley             7.   Michigan           7.   Western Kentucky
8.   Indiana            8.   Illinois            8.   St. John's          8.   Vanderbilt         8.   Kentucky
9.   St. John’s         9.   UCLA                9.   Duke                9.   Cincinnati         9.   Fordham
10.  BYU                10.  Vanderbilt          10.  Wake Forest         10.  Providence         10.  Ohio State

1951-52                 1956-57                  1961-62                  1966-67                 1971-72
1.   Kentucky           1.   North Carolina      1.   Ohio State          1.   UCLA               1.   UCLA
2.   Illinois           2.   Kansas              2.   Cincinnati          2.   Louisville         2.   North Carolina
3.   Kansas             3.   Kentucky            3.   Kentucky            3.   Kansas             3.   Penn
4.   Duquesne           4.   SMU                 4.   Mississippi State   4.   North Carolina     4.   Louisville
5.   Washington         5.   Seattle             5.   Kansas State        5.   Princeton          5.   South Carolina
6.   Kansas State       6.   California          6.   Bradley             6.   Western Kentucky   6.   Long Beach State
7.   Saint Louis        7.   Michigan State      7.   Wake Forest         7.   Houston            7.   Marquette
8.   Iowa               8.   Louisville          8.   Colorado            8.   Tennessee          8.   SW Louisiana
9.   St. John's         9.   UCLA                9.   Bowling Green       9.   Boston College     9.   BYU
10.  Wyoming                 Saint Louis         10.  Utah                10.  UTEP               10.  Florida State

1952-53                 1957-58                  1962-63                  1967-68                 1972-73
1.   Indiana            1.   West Virginia       1.   Cincinnati          1.   Houston            1.   UCLA
2.   Washington         2.   Cincinnati          2.   Duke                2.   UCLA               2.   NC State
3.   LaSalle            3.   USF                 3.   Arizona State       3.   St. Bonaventure    3.   Long Beach State
4.   Seton Hall         4.   Kansas State        4.   Loyola (Ill.)       4.   North Carolina     4.   Providence
5.   Kansas             5.   Temple              5.   Illinois            5.   Kentucky           5.   Marquette
6.   LSU                6.   Maryland            6.   Wichita State       6.   Columbia           6.   Indiana
7.   Oklahoma State     7.   Notre Dame          7.   Mississippi State   7.   New Mexico         7.   Kansas State
8.   NC State           8.   Kansas              8.   Ohio State          8.   Louisville         8.   SW Louisiana
9.   Kansas State       9.   Dayton              9.   Colorado            9.   Davidson           9.   Minnesota
10.  Illinois           10.  Indiana             10.  Stanford            10.  Marquette          10.  Maryland

1953-54                 1958-59                  1963-64                  1968-69                 1973-74
1.   Indiana            1.   Kansas State        1.   UCLA                1.   UCLA               1.   NC State
2.   Kentucky           2.   Kentucky            2.   Michigan            2.   North Carolina     2.   UCLA
3.   Duquesne           3.   Michigan State      3.   Kentucky            3.   Davidson           3.   Notre Dame
4.   Oklahoma State     4.   Cincinnati          4.   Duke                4.   Santa Clara        4.   Maryland
5.   Notre Dame         5.   NC State            5.   Oregon State        5.   Kentucky           5.   Marquette
6.   Western Kentucky   6.   North Carolina      6.   Wichita State       6.   LaSalle            6.   Providence
7.   Kansas             7.   Mississippi State   7.   Villanova           7.   Purdue             7.   Vanderbilt
8.   LSU                8.   Bradley             8.   Loyola (Ill.)       8.   St. John’s         8.   North Carolina
9.   Holy Cross         9.   California          9.   UTEP                9.   New Mexico State   9.   Indiana
10.  Iowa               10.  Auburn              10.  Davidson            10.  Duquesne           10.  Kansas

1954-55                 1959-60                  1964-65                  1969-70                 1974-75
1.   USF                1.   California          1.   Michigan            1.   Kentucky           1.   Indiana
2.   Kentucky           2.   Cincinnati          2.   UCLA                2.   UCLA               2.   UCLA
3.   LaSalle            3.   Ohio State          3.   St. Joseph’s        3.   St. Bonaventure    3.   Louisville
4.   Utah               4.   Bradley             4.   Providence          4.   New Mexico State   4.   Kentucky
5.   Iowa               5.   Utah                5.   Vanderbilt          5.   Jacksonville       5.   Maryland
6.   NC State           6.   West Virginia       6.   BYU                 6.   South Carolina     6.   Marquette
7.   Duquesne           7.   Utah State          7.   Davidson            7.   Iowa               7.   Arizona State
8.   Oregon State       8.   Georgia Tech        8.   Minnesota           8.   Notre Dame         8.   Alabama
9.   Marquette          9.   Villanova           9.   Duke                9.   Drake              9.   NC State
10.  Dayton             10.  Indiana             10.  USF                 10.  Marquette          10.  North Carolina




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1975-76               1981-82               1987-88               1993-94                     1999-2000
1.   Indiana          1.   North Carolina   1.   Temple           1.   Arkansas               1.   Michigan State
2.   Marquette        2.   DePaul           2.   Arizona          2.   Duke                   2.   Florida
3.   Rutgers          3.   Virginia         3.   Purdue           3.   Arizona                3.   Iowa State
4.   UNLV             4.   Oregon State     4.   Oklahoma         4.   Florida                4.   Duke
5.   UCLA             5.   Missouri         5.   Duke             5.   Purdue                 5.   Stanford
6.   North Carolina   6.   Minnesota        6.   Kentucky         6.   Missouri               6.   Oklahoma State
7.   Alabama          7.   Georgetown       7.   Pittsburgh       7.   Connecticut            7.   Cincinnati
8.   Notre Dame       8.   Idaho            8.   North Carolina   8.   Michigan               8.   Arizona
9.   Michigan         9.   Memphis State    9.   Syracuse         9.   North Carolina         8.   Tulsa
10.  Washington       10.  Fresno State     10.  Michigan         10.  Louisville             10.  Temple

1976-77               1982-83               1988-89               1994-95                     2000-2001
1.   Michigan         1.   Houston          1.   Arizona          1.   UCLA                   1.   Duke
2.   USF              2.   Louisville       2.   Georgetown       2.   Arkansas               2.   Arizona
3.   North Carolina   3.   St. John’s       3.   Illinois         3.   North Carolina         3.   Michigan State
4.   UCLA             4.   Virginia         4.   North Carolina   4.   Oklahoma State         4.   Maryland
5.   Kentucky         5.   Indiana          5.   Oklahoma         5.   Kentucky               5.   Stanford
6.   UNLV             6.   UNLV             6.   Indiana          6.   Connecticut            6,   Illinois
7.   Arkansas         7.   UCLA             7.   Duke             7.   Massachusetts          7.   Kansas
8.   Tennessee        8.   North Carolina   8.   Missouri         8.   Virginia               8.   Kentucky
9.   Syracuse         9.   Arkansas         9.   Syracuse         9.   Wake Forest            9.   Mississippi
10.  Utah             10.  Kentucky         10.  Michigan         10.  Kansas                 10.  North Carolina
                                                                                              14.  USC
1977-78               1983-84               1989-90               1995-96
1.   Kentucky         1.   North Carolina   1.   Oklahoma         1.   Kentucky               2001-2002
2.   UCLA             2.   Georgetown       2.   UNLV             2.   Massachusetts          1.   Maryland
3.   Marquette        3.   Kentucky         3.   Connecticut      3.   Syracuse               2.   Kansas
4.   New Mexico       4.   DePaul           4.   Michigan State   4.   Mississippi State      3.   Indiana
5.   Michigan State   5.   Houston          5.   Kansas           5.   Kansas                 4.   Oklahoma
6.   Arkansas         6.   Illinois         6.   Syracuse         6.   Cincinnati             5.   Duke
7.   DePaul           7.   Arkansas         7.   Georgia Tech     7.   Georgetown             6t,  Connecticut
8.   Kansas           8.   Oklahoma         8.   Arkansas         8.   Connecticut            6t.  Oregon
9.   Duke             9.   UTEP             9.   Georgetown       9.   Wake Forest            8.   Cincinnati
10.  North Carolina   10.  Maryland         10.  Purdue           10.  Texas Tech             9.   Pittsburgh
                                                                                              10.  Arizona
1978-79               1984-85               1990-91               1996-97
1.   Indiana State    1.   Georgetown       1.   UNLV             1.   Arizona                2003-2003
2.   UCLA             2.   Michigan         2.   Arkansas         2.   Kentucky               1.   Syracuse
3.   North Carolina   3.   St. John’s       3.   Indiana          3.   Minnesota              2.   Kansas
4.   Michigan State   4.   Memphis State    4.   North Carolina   4.   North Carolina         3.   Texas
5.   Notre Dame       5.   Oklahoma         5.   Ohio State       5.   Kansas                 4.   Kentucky
6.   Arkansas         6.   Georgia Tech     6.   Duke             6.   Utah                   5.   Arizona
7.   Duke             7.   North Carolina   7.   Arizona          7.   UCLA                   6,   Marquette
8.   DePaul           8.   Louisiana Tech   8.   Syracuse         8.   Clemson                7.   Oklahoma
9.   LSU              9.   UNLV             9.   Nebraska         9.   Wake Forest            8.   Pittsburgh
10.  Syracuse         10.  Illinois         10.  Utah             10.  Louisville             9.   Duke
                                                                                              10.  Maryland
1979-80               1985-86               1991-92               1997-98
1.   DePaul           1.   Duke             1.   Duke             1.   Kentucky               2003-2004
2.   LSU              2.   Kansas           2.   Kansas           2.   Utah                   1.   Connecticut
3.   Kentucky         3.   St. John's       3.   UCLA             3.   North Carolina         2.   Duke
4.   Louisville       4.   Kentucky         4.   Ohio State       4.   Stanford               3.   Georgia Tech
5.   Oregon State     5.   Michigan         5.   Arizona          5.   Duke                   4.   Oklahoma State
6.   Syracuse         6.   Georgia Tech          Indiana          6.   Arizona                5.   St. Joseph’s
7.   Indiana          7.   Louisville       7.   USC              7.   Connecticut            6.   Stanford
8.   Maryland         8.   North Carolina   8.   Arkansas         8.   Kansas                 7.   Pittsburgh
9.   Ohio State       9.   Syracuse         9.   Kentucky         9.   Purdue                 8.   Kentucky
10.  Syracuse         10.  UNLV             10.  Oklahoma State   10.  Michigan State         9.   Kansas
                                                                                              10.  Texas
1980-81               1986-87               1992-93               1998-99
1.   DePaul           1.   UNLV             1.   North Carolina   1.   Connecticut            2004-2005
2.   Oregon State     2.   Indiana          2.   Michigan         2.   Duke                   1.   North Carolina
3.   Virginia         3.   North Carolina   3.   Kentucky         3.   Michigan State         2.   Illinois
4.   LSU              4.   Georgetown       4.   Kansas           4.   Ohio State             3.   Louisville
5.   Arizona State    5.   DePaul           5.   Indiana          5.   Kentucky               4.   Michigan State
6.   North Carolina   6.   Purdue           6.   Cincinnati            St. John’s             5.   Kentucky
7.   Indiana          7.   Iowa             7.   Florida State    7.   Auburn                 6.   Arizona
8.   Kentucky         8.   Temple           8.   Vanderbilt       8.   Maryland               7.   Duke
9.   Notre Dame       9.   Alabama          9.   Duke             8.   Stanford               8.   Oklahoma State
10.  Utah             10.  Syracuse         10.  Arkansas         10.  Utah                   9.   Washington
                                                                                              10.  Wisconsin




                                                                                   2005-2006 • 137 • USC BASKETBALL
USC • Letterwinners
                                                                                    All-Time

A                                                                                                                                  Chapman, Clint ........................ 1973, 74, 75
Adamson, Chuck .................................. 1948                                                                             Charissis, Kostas ................. 2000, 01, 02, 03
Ainley, Charles ................................1920, 21                                                                           Chatman, Rodney .............. 1990, 91, 92, 93
Albrecht, Bob ........................................ 1980                                                                        Cherry, Joe ........................................... 1944
Alleman, Rodney ..................... 1965, 66, 67                                                                                 Christie, Stan ........................... 1948, 49, 50
Anchrum, Tremayne ................ 1992, 93, 94                                                                                    Clancy, Sam....................... 1999, 00, 01, 02
Anderson, Carl......................... 1936, 37, 38                                                                               Claridge, Philip ...................................... 1931
Anderson, Clarence................. 1931, 32, 33                                                                                   Clark, Bruce ............................. 1972, 73, 74
Anderson, Dan ......................... 1972, 73, 74                                                                               Clemo, Robert Webster .................1968, 69
Anderson, Dwight ...........................1981, 82                                                                               Cobb, Leroy .......................................... 1971
Anderson, Norman .........................1923, 24                                                                                 Coleman, Ronnie ............... 1988, 89, 90, 91
Androff, Abe ............................. 1947, 48, 49                                                                            Connolly, William .................................. 1967
Appel, Chris ............................. 1960, 61, 62                                                                            Cooper, Duane .................. 1988, 89, 91, 92
Apsit, Marger ........................................ 1929                                                                        Craven, Derrick.................. 2002, 03, 04, 05
Arnold, Neil .............................. 1976, 78, 79                                                                           Craven, Errick .................... 2002, 03, 04, 05
Ashby, Verne Leroy ................. 1960, 61, 62                                                                                  Crenshaw, Donald Ray ..................1969, 70
Augustine, Kevin ................................... 1998                                                                          Crouse, David .................... 1993, 95, 96, 97
Axe, Fred .................................. 1920, 21, 22                                                                          Curtis, Nick......................... 2002, 03, 04, 05
Ayuso, Elias “Larry” ................. 1997, 98, 99
                                                                                                                                   D
B                                                                                                                                  Daffeh, Seymour ...................... 1996, 97, 99
Babick, John ......................................... 1944                                                                        Dale, Robert ............................. 1936, 37, 38
Bacon, John ....................................1965, 66                                                                           Davies, Richard .................................... 1951
Badgro, Morris ................................1925, 27                                                                            Dawson, Damion .................................. 1996
Bailey, Cedric ........................... 1982, 83, 84                                                                            Day, Quinton ......................................... 2004
Bailey, Dick ........................................... 1944                                                                      DeGrotte, David .................................... 1953
Baker, Ben ............................................ 1918                                                                       Denny, Carl .............................. 1927, 28, 29
Banks, Calvin ..................... 1988, 89, 90, 91                                                                               DeWitt, Bob ........................................... 1942
Barron, Jack............................. 1939, 40, 41                                                                             Dillon, Harvey D. ...................... 1966, 67, 68
Beardsley, Oron A. ............................... 1941                                                                            Dornsife, Hal ............................ 1936, 37, 38
Beattie, Eugene .................................... 1927                                                                          Dorsey, Gene ........................... 1924, 25, 26
Benedetti, Robert ............................1961, 63                                                                             Doty, Bud ................................ 1949, 50, 51
Bennett, Bruce ................................1951, 52                                                                            Doucette, Reed ..................................... 2005
Berg, Leonard .......................... 1940, 41, 42                          DAVID CROUSE                                        Dowell, Derrick .................. 1984, 85, 86, 87
Bertram, Fred ........................... 1947, 48, 49                                                                             Drury, Morley ........................................ 1927
Bescos, Julius .......................... 1932, 33, 34          Bruner, John ............................ 1926, 27, 28             Duckworth, Guy .................................... 1928
Blair, Morris .....................................1912, 14     Bryant, John ..........................................1912        Dunne, Jack F. ......................... 1954, 55, 56
Block, John William, Jr. ........... 1964, 65, 66               Bryant, Tony ..........................................1983        Dupree, Jerry ..................................2002, 03
Bloom, William ......................... 1958, 59, 60           Buck, Joe...............................................2004       Dye, Phil ................................... 1957, 58, 59
Bluthenthal, David ............. 1999, 00, 01, 02               Buckvich, Al.............................. 1937, 38, 39
Boeck, George ......................... 1920, 21, 22            Burrell, Biff................................ 1973, 74, 75         E
Boelter, Gordon ....................... 1929, 30, 31            Busterna, Gennaro ....................... 2001, 02                 Eby, Don ............................................... 1951
Boelter, Spencer ................................... 1926       Butterfield, Howard ........................ 1921, 22              Econn, Jim ......................................1944, 45
Bolcom, Douglas S. ................. 1964, 65, 66                                                                                  Edwards, Neil .......................... 1960, 61, 62
Bone, Charles .......................... 1923, 27, 28           C                                                                  Elliot, Howard ........................................ 1926
Boseman, Stais .................. 1994, 95, 96, 97              Caldwell, Wilbur ............................ 1930, 31             Elliott, Ian .............................................. 1942
Bowling, Melvin Michael ....................... 1969            Calvin, Mack................................... 1968, 69           Elliott, Sax ................................ 1932, 33, 34
Bowman, Frank ..................................... 1945        Campbell, Gordon.................... 1922, 23, 24                  Erbst, Bob .......................................1987, 88
Boyd, Mark ......................... 1991, 92, 93, 94           Cano, Henry ............................. 1928, 29, 30             Erskine, Robert ...............................1932, 33
Boyd, W. Robert ...................... 1950, 51, 52             Capp, William C. ...................................1929           Evans, Earl......................................1975, 76
Boyd, W. Robert, Jr. ................ 1973, 74, 76              Capp, Clifton ............................ 1930, 31, 32
Boyer, Kenneth ........................ 1924, 25, 26            Carfino, Don .......................1977, 78, 79, 80               F
Brockman, John C. ............................... 1964          Carlander, Wayne..............1982, 83, 84, 85                     Farmer, Desmon ................ 2001, 02, 03, 04
Brooks, Barry ........................... 1979, 80, 81          Carr, Chester E. ....................... 1953, 54, 55              Farris, Luis ............................................ 1928
Brooks, Brandon ................................... 2003        Carroll, ...................................................1910   Fergusson, Jack .............................1928, 29
Brophy, Mickey ..................................... 1944       Carter, Turi............................................1990       Filiberti, Ernest...................................... 1946
Brown, Warren ......................... 1946, 47, 48            Cassidy, Fred ........................................1966         Findlay, Harry L. ...................... 1933, 34, 35
Browning, Ward ....................... 1933, 34, 36             Chang, Edward .....................................2005            Findlay, Jack Keith .........................1953, 54


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AL L-TIME USC LETTERWINNERS                                                                                                        2005-2006 USC TROJAN BASKETBALL

                                                               Graham, George ...................................1915                Irvine, James ........................................ 1915
                                                               Grande, Rich......................1986, 87, 88, 89                    Isaacs, John .......................................... 1946
                                                               Granville, Brandon .............1999, 00, 01, 02
                                                               Greeley, Keith ................................ 1990, 91              J
                                                               Green, Claude................................ 1994, 95                Jennings, Steven Terry ........... 1967, 68, 69
                                                               Greer, John .................................... 1977, 78             Johnson, Gary “To-To” ...................1997, 98
                                                               Guenther, Gregg ................2002, 03, 04, 05                      Johnson, John ......................... 1946, 47, 48
                                                               Guttero, Lee ............................. 1933, 34, 35               Johnson, Ken ........................................ 1982
                                                                                                                                     Jones, Avondre ...............................1994, 96
                                                               H                                                                     Jones, Casey ........................... 1975, 76, 77
                                                               Hackett, Dwayne............................ 1992, 93                  Jones, Dean ....................................1979, 80
                                                               Hackney, Paul .......................................1918             Jones, Frank ......................................... 1945
                                                               Hadlock, Frank ......................................1923             Jones, Hal ............................................. 1943
                                                               Haight, Ray ...........................................1918           Jones, Rashad ...................................... 2000
                                                               Hair, Nate ....................................... 2000, 01
                                                               Hall,........................................................1908     K
                                                               Hall, Boyden ............................. 1911, 12, 13               Kaperski, LeRoy .............................1952, 53
                                                               Hall, Walter ........................1908, 09, 10, 11                 Karrie, Fred ........................................... 1932
                                                               Hall, Walter C. ....................1912, 13, 14, 15                  Kaufman, James ...................... 1955, 56, 57
                                                               Halpern, Nate ........................... 1933, 34, 35                Keller, Rod ......................... 1984, 85, 86, 87
                                                               Hammer, Richard B. ...................... 1952, 54                    Kelly, Joe .................................. 1933, 34, 35
                                                               Hampton, Bob ................................ 1959, 60                Kemp, Steve ............................ 1958, 59, 60
                                                               Hanna, Jim ............................... 1958, 59, 60               Kewak, John W. .............................1937, 38
                                                               Hannum, Alex ........................... 1943, 46, 47                 Kimble, Greg (Bo) ................................. 1986
                                                               Hanson, Jack M. ...................................1938               Kloppenburg, Bob ................................. 1946
                                                               Harmon, .................................................1917         Kolf, Robert .............................. 1949, 50, 51
                                                               Harris, Burt ............................... 1993, 94, 95             Konopka, Bruce .................................... 1941
                                                               Harris, Ivan 1984, 87                                                 Kuhns, Grant ............................ 1920, 21, 22
                                                               Harris, Raymond Ernest.......... 1928, 29, 30
                                                               Hatch, William.......................................1910             L
                                                               Hauser, Laurence L. .............................1956                 Lakey, Greg ....................................1998, 99
                                                               Hawkins, John.......................... 1923, 24, 25                  LaMar, Troy ........................................... 1986
                                                               Heistand, Burke ....................... 1927, 28, 29
                                                               Henderson, .........................1908, 09, 10, 11
                BILL HEWITT                                    Henderson, Clifford........................ 1917, 18
                                                               Henderson, Paul ............................ 1977, 78
Flower, Ken .............................. 1951, 52, 53
                                                               Henderson, Randall ...........1907, 08, 09, 10
Foss, Harold ............................. 1933, 34, 36
                                                               Hendren, Robert ...................................1947
Foster, Ralph ........................................ 1946
                                                               Herlihy, Bernard ....................................1923
Frank, John .....................................1931, 32      Heublein, Brian .............................. 1972, 73
Frey, James Richard ............... 1943, 47, 49
                                                               Hewitt, Bill ...................................... 1967, 68
Friend, Larry ............................. 1984, 85, 86
                                                               Hibbs, Jesse .................................. 1926, 27
Fryer, Mike ......................................1957, 58
                                                               Hill, Herman ..........................................1929
Fuhrer, Bob .....................................1933, 34      Hill, Jacque.........................1980, 81, 82, 83
Fuller, Tyrone ..................................1989, 90
                                                               Hillman, Peter .......................... 1961, 62, 63
                                                               Hinrichs, Fred........................... 1920, 21, 22
G
                                                               Hirdler, Herman .................1927, 28, 29, 30
Galpin, Ken ........................................... 1942
                                                               Hoisington, Mark............................ 1977, 78
Gardner, Jack H. ..................... 1930, 31, 32
                                                               Holbrook, Ernest...................... 1933, 34, 35
Garrison, Wayne ..................... 1935, 36, 37
                                                               Holman, Gary ........................................1963
Gathers, Eric (Hank) ............................ 1986
                                                               Holmes, Ron ......................1981, 83, 84, 85
Gaudino, Greg ................................2004, 05
                                                               Homenick, Kirk......................... 1993, 94, 95
Gerpheide, Ben ..................................... 1924
                                                               Hopkins, Frank ............................... 1931, 32
Glenn, Phil .......................... 1990, 91, 92, 93
                                                               Howard, Bob .........................................1947
Gonzalas, Monte ............................1957, 58           Howell, Benson .....................................1935
Goode, .............................................1908, 09
                                                               Hutchinson, Robert .................. 2001, 02, 03
Goodrich, Gail P. ..................... 1937, 38, 39
                                                               Hunter, John K. .............................. 1924, 26
Goodsell, Jay G. ...................... 1910, 11, 12
                                                               Hupp, Jack ............................... 1934, 35, 36
Goodsell, Ruben ................................... 1987       Huston, Kelly .........................................1936
Gossard, Theodore ................. 1941, 42, 43
Gower, Harrison .............................1910, 11
                                                               I
Gower, John .......................................... 1910
                                                               Irvin, Roy, Jr. ............................ 1953, 54, 55
Gracin, Jerry ............................ 1935, 36, 37
Graham, Bob ......................................... 1945
Graham, Charles ..................... 1920, 21, 22                                                                                                DENNIS LAYTON

                                                                                                                                           2005-2006 • 139 • USC BASKETBALL
AL L-TIME USC LETTERWINNERS                                                                                                       2005-2006 USC TROJAN BASKETBALL

Lambert, John .......................... 1973, 74, 75            Ludecke, Alan J. ...................................1954
Lambert, Keith ................................1939, 40          Luer, Albert O. ......................................1953
Lamont, Allan ..................................1950, 51
Lamoreaux, Norman ............................. 1950             M
Laraneta, Manuel ............................1926, 27            MacCormick, ............................ 1917, 18, 19
Layton, Dennis ................................1970, 71          Mackey, Joseph ....................... 1970, 71, 72
Lehners, John .......................... 1928, 29, 30            Maggard, Michael W. .............. 1966, 67, 68
Lewis, G. Thomas .................... 1926, 27, 28               Malovic, Steve................................ 1975, 76
Lewis, Tom............................................ 1986      Mannino, Vincent Michael ....... 1967, 68, 69
Linnick, Al.............................................. 1948   Marquetti, Leonel ..................................1979
Lippert, Jack ............................ 1939, 40, 41          Marsh, James D. ..................... 1966, 67, 68
Livernash, Lock 1917                                             Martin, Brandon .................1993, 94, 95, 96
Loughbrough, Sheldon ......................... 1935              Martin, Gordon D. .................... 1961, 62, 63
Lovrich, Jack L. ........................ 1954, 55, 56           Martin, Robert .......................................1944
Luber, John .............................. 1940, 41, 42          Masdea, John .......................................1994
                                                                 Matthews, Bob J. ..................................1941
                                                                 McCassin, Lawrence ..................... 1927, 28
                                                                 McDonald, James ..............1980, 81, 82, 83
                                                                 McGarvin, Tom ........................ 1938, 39, 40
                                                                 McGill, Ernest........................................1943
                                                                 McHaffie, Bruce ....................................1926
                                                                 Jeff McMillan .................................. 2004, 05
                                                                 Mehanna, Michael ................................2003
                                                                 Miletich, Steve.......................................1942
                                                                 Miller, Purvis ......................1978, 79, 80, 81
                                                                 Miner, Harold ........................... 1990, 91, 92
                                                                 Minor, Luke ...........................................2001
                                                                 Moore, Andrew ......................................2005
                                                                 Moore, Chris .................................. 1988, 89
                                                                 Moore, John ..........................................1927
                                                                 Morley, Jack..........................................1945
                                                                 Morris, William H. .......................... 1963, 64
                                                                 Morrison, Jack ......................... 1938, 39, 40
                                                                 Mortensen, Jesse .................... 1928, 29, 30
                                                                 Morton, Robert William ................. 1951, 52
                                                                 Moy, Fred ..............................................1945
                                                                 Munk, Chris ........................1987, 88, 89, 90                          RODRICK RHODES
                                                                 Murphy, Ralph.......................................1913
                                                                 Murphy, Tyler ........................................2001         Oram, Edward .......................... 1935, 36,        37
                                                                 Murray, Cameron ........................... 1995, 96               Ormsby, Robert ....................... 1939, 40,         42
                                                                 Muth, Robert ............................ 1934, 35, 36             Orr, Lorenzo ....................... 1992, 93, 94,       95
                                                                                                                                    Oudermeulen, Henry ......................1925,           26
                                                                 N
                                                                 Nagai, Dick............................... 1954, 55, 56            P
                                                                 Nash, Monroe .......................................1971           Pack, Robert ...................................1990, 91
                                                                 Nasland, Bud ........................................1948          Pagett, Dana ............................ 1969, 70, 71
                                                                 Nemer, Jerome ........................ 1931, 32, 33                Palmer, Marc ........................................ 1972
                                                                 Newland, Clifton ............................. 1916, 17            Palsce, John ...................................1937, 38
                                                                 Newland, Robert ...................................1944            Parsons, Bill ............................. 1961, 62, 63
                                                                 Nibley, Aaron ........................... 1928, 29, 30             Pausig, Ralph W. ............................1954, 55
                                                                 Nibley, Jeff ............................................1935      Pearson, Kenneth R. ......................1956, 57
                                                                 Nichols, Jack.................................. 1945, 46           Pease, Jerry ....................................1951, 52
                                                                 Nickloff, Art ............................................1945     Pelka, Marty .......................................... 1948
                                                                                                                                    Pendleton, Anthony ........................1988, 89
                                                                 O                                                                  Penrose, Chris ...................................... 2005
                                                                 Oddo, Anthony ............................... 1965, 66             Perkins, Don ......................................... 1943
                                                                 Oertley, Bernard ...................................1918           Pierce, William......................... 1930, 31, 32
                                                                 Olivarez, Andy ................................ 1988, 89           Pimm, Jerry .............................. 1958, 59, 60
                                                                 Oliver, Jonathan............................. 2003, 04             Pollard, Alan ...................................1988, 89
                                                                 Olivier, Clayton...................1982, 83, 84, 85                Pollard, Carl .......................................... 1987
                                                                 Olson, Dean ..........................................1939         Porter, Cleve .................................. 1976, 77
                                                                 Omalev, Alexander ........................ 1941, 42                Powars, Don ............................ 1945, 46, 47
                                                                 O’Maley, Alex ........................................1943         Powell, Damaine .............................1993, 94
                                                                 O’Neil, Rory ........................2002, 03, 04, 05              Powell, Ernest.................................1967, 69
              PURVIS MILLER

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AL L-TIME USC LETTERWINNERS                                                                                                   2005-2006 USC TROJAN BASKETBALL

Price, David ........................................... 1951
Price, Norman .................................1956, 57
Pruitt, Gabe ........................................... 2005
Psaltis, Anthony ....................... 1954, 55, 56
Pugh, James F. ........................ 1956, 57, 58

R
Raine, Robert ........................................ 1956
Ratkovich, George ................... 1978, 79, 81
Reaves, ................................................. 1913
Record, Art ......................................1913, 14
Reed, ...............................................1908, 09
Reilly, Charles Jr. ...........................1953, 57
Reising, Joseph A. .............................. 1941
Remsen, William ..................... 1936, 37, 38
Reuter, Tyson .................................1995, 96
Rhodes, Rodrick ................................... 1997
Riley, Ron ........................................ 1970-72
Rimdzius, Arthur ................................... 1953
Rives, Edward ....................................... 1915
Robinson, Cliff ................................1978, 79
Robinson, Cordell ................................. 1990
Rock, Eugene .......................... 1942, 43, 47
Rogers, Dan Swen .........................1956, 57                                         TEX WINTER AND SAM BARRY (1947)
Rogers, Don .......................................... 1949
Rudometkin, John .................... 1960, 61, 62               Steward, Kevin ......................... 1984, 85, 86          Wallis, Earl ............................... 1945, 46, 47
Ruh, Clemens W. .................... 1937, 38, 39                Steward, Kirk.........................................1970     Walter, Monroe ..................................... 1911
Ryan, John ............................................ 1945     Stewart, Lodrick ............................. 2004, 05        Watson, George Jr. .............................. 1971
                                                                 Stewart, Rodrick ...................................2004       Watson, Kenneth ............................1936, 38
S                                                                Strong, Maurice ....................................1996       Webster, Robert ...................... 1945, 46, 47
Safford, Marv ........................... 1975, 76, 77           Sutherland, Gary...................................1964        Welch, Robert Alvin .............................. 1926
Sanders, Yamen .............................1991, 92             Swillis, Shannon ............................ 1998, 99         Welsh, Richard ........................ 1953, 54, 55
Saversin, Henry .................................... 1927        T                                                              Werhas, John .......................... 1957, 58, 59
Scalabrine, Brian ..................... 1999, 00, 01             Taylor, Arthur .....................1912, 13, 14, 15           Westphal, Bill ........................... 1963, 64, 65
Schrobilgen, Chris ................... 1969, 70, 71              Taylor, J. Arthur ....................................1919     Westphal, Paul ........................ 1970, 71, 72
Schulz, Richard C. ..........................1927, 29            Taylor, Ronald N. ..................... 1967, 68, 69           Westra, Mike ............................ 1972, 73, 74
Schute, Eugene .................................... 1909         Taylor, William ......................... 1970, 71, 72         Wey, Ronald Raymond ........................ 1963
Sears, Dale .............................. 1938, 39, 40          Thomas, Harold ....................................1926        Wheeler, Louis ................................1926, 27
Seminoff, James ...................... 1941, 42, 43              Thomas, Lloyd ......................... 1927, 28, 29           White, Anthony ...............................1997, 98
Shackleford, Dwayne ........................... 2005             Thompson, Roderick ............... 1930, 31, 32                White, Greg ........................ 1974, 75, 76, 77
Shackelford, Ron ............................1965, 66            Thompson, Walter ......................... 1953, 54            White, Jim ................................ 1958, 59, 60
Shanley, Tom........................... 1943, 46, 47             Thurston, Malachi .................................2000        White, Joe .......................... 1947, 48, 49, 50
Sharman, Bill ...................... 1947, 48, 49, 50            Trepagnier, Jeff..................1998, 99, 00, 01             White, Kenneth ...............................1922, 23
Sherwood, Homer ................................. 1945           Trowbridge, Bob ................1973, 74, 75, 76               Whitman, Robert ................................. 1945
Shoukry, Ramy ..................................... 1997         Truher, James .......................... 1928, 29, 30          Widtfeldt, Doug ........................ 1977, 79, 80
Sigler, John .....................................1917, 18       Turnbull, Gilbert ....................................1948     Wier, Dan C. ...................................1963, 64
Simpson, Charlie ..................... 1984, 85, 86              Turner, Jarvis ...............1997, 98, 99, 00, 01             Wilder, Quincy ...................................... 1999
Simpson, Edwin Jr. ................. 1951, 52, 53                Tweedie, Jonathan ...............................1946          Williams, Gary ................................1997, 98
Sims, Ken ........................................1997, 98                                                                      Williams, Gus ........................... 1973, 74, 75
Sindorf, Ralph ....................................... 1918      U                                                              Williams, Maurice .............. 1979, 80, 81, 82
Slaughter, Craig .................................... 1996       Ugarte, Gabriel .....................................1948      Willis, Emanuel ..................................... 2005
Sloniger, Wells ......................... 1961, 62, 63           Underwood, Don ...................... 1950, 51, 52             Wilson, Jaha ...................... 1994, 95, 96, 97
Smiley, Roydell ..................................... 2003                                                                      Wiltz, Dave............................................ 1988
Smith, Darryl ...................................1978, 79        V                                                              Wingard, Edward .................................. 1924
Smith, Frank ............................. 1928, 29, 30          Van Alstyne, Byron ...............................1951         Winslow, Brad .......................... 1986, 87, 88
Smith, Glenn ............................ 1983, 84, 85           Vanitvelt, Tim ................................. 1992, 93      Winter, Fred (Tex) ................................ 1947
Smith, Steve....................................1978, 79         Vaughn, Ralph ......................... 1938, 39, 40           Wulfemeyer, Mark ................................ 1976
Snavely, Irwin ........................................ 1920     Verberckt, Ivan ............................... 1986, 87
Snowden, Harry .................................... 1918         Vogel, Robert ........................................1944     Y
Souferian, Behzad ................... 1996, 97, 98                                                                              Young, Allen C. ...............................1964, 65
Spanich, Adam ...............................1998, 99            W                                                              Young, Nick........................................... 2005
Sprott, C. W. ...................................1916, 17        Walbot, Henry ................................ 1929, 30
Stanley, Kenneth ..................... 1960, 61, 62              Walden, Denzil......................................1944       Z
Stare, Charles B. .................................. 1904        Walker, Danny ......................................1997       Zazzaro, John .......................... 1963, 64, 65
Sterkel, Jim Leroy ...........................1956, 57

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USC • In The Pros
                                                                                        All-Time

      The list below includes all former USC players who had careers
in the National Basketball League (1937-49), the American Basket-
ball Association (1966-76) and the National Basketball Association
                                                                                                       Brian Scalabrine
(1950-present).

PLAYER                  PROFESSIONALTEAMS                            SEASONS
Dan Anderson            Portland ........................................ 1975-76

Dwight Anderson         New York ........................................... 1983
                        San Diego .......................................... 1984

John Block              Los Angeles Lakers ............................. 1967
                        San Diego ..................................... 1968-71
                        Milwaukee .......................................... 1972
                        Philadelphia ........................................ 1973
                        Kansas City-Omaha ....................... 1973-74
                        New Orleans ....................................... 1975
                        Chicago ......................................... 1975-76

David Bluthenthal       Sacramento Kings ............................... 2005

Mack Calvin             Los Angeles (ABA) .............................. 1970
                        Florida (ABA) ................................ 1971-72
                        Carolina (ABA) ............................... 1973-74
                        Denver (ABA) ..................................... 1975
                        Virginia (ABA) ..................................... 1976
                        Los Angeles Lakers ............................. 1977
                        San Antonio ........................................ 1977
                        Denver .......................................... 1977-78
                        Utah ................................................... 1980
                        Cleveland ...................................... 1981-83

Sam Clancy              Philadelphia 76ers .............................. 2003
                        Portland Trailblazers ...................... 2005-06

Duane Cooper            Los Angeles Lakers ....................... 1993-94
                        Phoenix .............................................. 1994

Jerry Dupree            Los Angeles .................................. 2004-05

Earl Evans              Detroit ................................................ 1980

Desmon Farmer           Indiana ............................................... 2005

Alex Hannum             Oshkosh (NBL) ................................... 1949
                        Syracuse ....................................... 1950-51
                        Baltimore ............................................ 1952
                        Rochester ...................................... 1952-54
                        Milwaukee .......................................... 1955
                        St. Louis ............................................. 1956
                        Fort Wayne-St. Louis........................... 1957

Bill Hewitt             Los Angeles Lakers ........................ 1969-70
                        Detroit ........................................... 1970-72
                        Buffalo ............................................... 1973
                        Chicago .............................................. 1975

Greg (Bo) Kimble        Los Angeles Clippers ................... 1990-1992
                        New York Knicks ................................. 1993
                                                                                          Jeff
John Lambert            Cleveland ...................................... 1976-81
                        Kansas City ........................................ 1981         Trepagnier
Dennis Layton           Phoenix ......................................... 1972-73
                        Portland ............................................. 1974
                        Memphis (ABA) ................................... 1974
                        New York ........................................... 1977
                        San Antonio ........................................ 1978



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TROJANS     IN THE   P ROS                                                             2005-2006 USC TROJAN BASKETBALL


PLAYER                 PROFESSIONALTEAMS                              SEASONS
Steve Malovic          Washington ........................................ 1980                           Robert Pack
                       San Diego .......................................... 1980
                       Detroit ................................................ 1980

Jim Marsh              Portland ............................................. 1972

Harold Miner           Miami ............................................ 1993-95
                       Cleveland ........................................... 1996

Chris Munk             Utah ................................................... 1991

Jack Nichols           Washington (Capitols) .................... 1949-50
                       Tri-City (Blackhawks) ........................... 1950
                       Milwaukee (Hawks) ........................ 1952-53
                       Boston .......................................... 1953-58

Robert Pack            Portland ............................................. 1992
                       Denver .......................................... 1993-95
                       Washington ........................................ 1996
                       New Jersey ......................................... 1997
                       Dallas ........................................ 1997-2000
                       Denver ............................................... 2001
                       Minnesota ........................................... 2002
                       New Orleans ....................................... 2003
                       New Jersey ......................................... 2004

Dana Pagett            Virginia (ABA) ..................................... 1972

Rodrick Rhodes         Houston ............................................. 1998
                       Vancouver/Orlando ............................. 1999

Ron Riley              Kansas City-Omaha ....................... 1973-74
                       Houston ........................................ 1974-76

Cliff Robinson         New Jersey .................................... 1980-81
                       Kansas City ........................................ 1982
                       Cleveland ...................................... 1982-84
                       Washington ................................... 1985-86
                       Philadelphia ................................... 1987-89
                       Los Angeles Lakers ............................. 1992

Gene Rock              Chicago .............................................. 1948

John Rudometkin        New York ...................................... 1963-65
                       San Francisco ..................................... 1965

Brian Scalabrine       New Jersey ................................... 2002-04
                       Boston .......................................... 2005-06

James Seminoff         Chicago ........................................ 1947-48
                       Boston .......................................... 1949-50

Bill Sharman           Washington ........................................ 1951
                       Boston .......................................... 1952-61

Ron Taylor             Washington (ABA) .............................. 1970
                       New York (ABA) .................................. 1970
                       Virginia (ABA) ..................................... 1971
                       Pittsburgh (ABA) ................................. 1971

Jeff Trepagnier        Cleveland ........................................... 2002
                       Denver .......................................... 2003-04

Paul Westphal          Boston .......................................... 1973-75
                       Phoenix ......................................... 1976-80
                       Seattle ............................................... 1981
                       New York ...................................... 1982-83
                       Phoenix ......................................... 1984-86

Gus Williams           Golden State .................................. 1976-77
                       Seattle ............................ 1978-80, 1982-84                        Sam Clancy
                       Washington ................................... 1985-86
                       Atlanta ............................................... 1987



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USC • In The Draft
                                         NBA                                                                                               ABA

      The National Basketball Association draft was first conducted in 1947, but                               The American Basketball Association was formed in 1966; it disbanded in
records were not kept until 1952. Below is a list of Trojans selected in the NBA                       1976, and four of its teams joined the National Basketball Association. Below is
draft. From 1953-1966, round number indicates selection by a player’s particular                       a list of Trojans selected in the ABA draft. In many instances, round numbers are
team and does not necessarily correspond to actual round number. In 1989, the                          not available.
NBA draft was cut down to only two rounds.
                                                                                                       YEAR RND. PICK               PLAYER                                               TEAM
YEAR RND. PICK                    PLAYER                                                TEAM           1967                         Bob Seagren ................................ New Orleans
1948                              Alex Hannum ................................... Indianapolis         1968                         Bill Hewitt .............................................. Denver
1950        2                     Bill Sharman .................................... Washington         1969                         Mack Calvin .................................. Los Angeles
1950        2                     Stan Christie ........................................ Syracuse                                   Ron Taylor .......................................... Oakland
1951        7                     Tom Riach .......................................... Baltimore       1971        4                Dennis Layton .......................................... Utah
1952                              Dwight Morrison ................................ Minneapolis                     4                Dana Pagett ......................................... Virginia
1953        4                     Ken Flowers ..................................... Minneapolis        1972                         Paul Westphal ....................................... Denver
            6                     Don Eby .......................................... Philadelphia                                   Joe Mackey ...................................... Pittsburgh
1954        9                     Roy Irvin ............................................ Rochester     1972    (Dispersal Draft)    Joe Mackey .......................................... Virginia
1955        12                    Dick Welsh ........................................ Milwaukee
                                                                                                       1975        1                Gus Williams....................................... St. Louis
1960        8                     John Werhas .................................... Minneapolis
                                                                                                                   5                Biff Burrell ........................................ San Diego
            14                    Jim Hanna .......................................... New York
1962        2           9         John Rudometkin ................................. New York                       8                John Lambert .................................... New York
            3           24        Chris Appel ......................................... Cincinnati
1963        7                     Gordie Martin ........................ Los Angeles Lakers
1966        3           27        John Block ............................ Los Angeles Lakers
1968        1           11        Bill Hewitt ............................. Los Angeles Lakers
            11                    Jim Marsh ............................................... Seattle
1969        2           18        Ron Taylor .............................................. Seattle
            9                     Steve Jennings ...................................... Phoenix
            14                    Mack Calvin .......................... Los Angeles Lakers
            15                    Ernie Powell ............................................ Seattle
1971        3                     Dennis Layton ....................................... Phoenix
            11                    Dana Pagett ..................................... Philadelphia
            12                    Chris Schrobilgen ................................ San Diego
1972        1           10        Paul Westphal ......................................... Boston
            3                     Ron Riley ................................................ Atlanta
            4                     Joe Mackey ............................................. Seattle
1974        6                     Dan Anderson ....................................... Portland
            6                     Mark Westra .................................... Philadelphia
1975        1           15        John Lambert ...................................... Cleveland
            2           20        Gus Williams .................................. Golden State
            6                     Biff Burrell ............................................. Phoenix
            6                     Clint Chapman ....................... Kansas City-Omaha
1977        4                     Greg White ........................................... Portland
1979        1           11        Cliff Robinson ................................... New Jersey
            6                     Steve Smith .......................................... Chicago
1980        5           94        Don Carfino .................................... Golden State
1981        3           60        Purvis Miller ........................................... Indiana
            10                    Barry Brooks .................................. Golden State
1982        2           41        Dwight Anderson ............................... Washington
            7                     Maurice Williams .................... Los Angeles Lakers
1983        7                     Jacque Hill ............................................ Chicago
1985        5           99        Wayne Carlander ................. Los Angeles Clippers
            5          106        Clayton Olivier .................................. San Antonio
1987        2           37        Derrick Dowell .................................. Washington
1992        1           12        Harold Miner ............................................ Miami
            2           36        Duane Cooper ....................... Los Angeles Lakers
1997        1           24        Rodrick Rhodes ..................................... Houston
2001        2           35        Brian Scalabrine ............................... New Jersey
            2           36        Jeff Trepagnier .................................... Cleveland
2002        2           45        Sam Clancy ..................................... Philadelphia                 SAM CLANCY WAS TAKEN BY THE
                                                                                                              PHILADELPHIA 76ERS IN THE SECOND
                                                                                                                 ROUND OF THE 2002 NBA DRAFT
       USC’s Highest First-Round Picks

   YEAR PLAYER                                                       TEAM            PICK
   1972          Paul Westphal ....................................... Boston               10
   1968          Bill Hewitt ........................... Los Angeles Lakers                 11
   1979          Cliff Robinson ................................ New Jersey                 11
   1992          Harold Miner .......................................... Miami              12
   1975          John Lambert .................................... Cleveland                15
   1997          Rodrick Rhodes................................... Houston                  24
   1975          Gus Williams............................. St. Louis (ABA)                   --


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USC • In The Hall Of Fame
                                                             All-Time




                                 JACK GARDNER                        SAM B ARRY
                                         (Inducted April 30, 1984)   (Inducted April 28, 1979)

Gardner was a three-year lettermen at USC (1930-32) and was          Justin “Sam” Barry, USC’s winningest coach ever, started out a
captain his senior year, playing under legendary coach Sam           three-sport star at Madison (Wisc.) High. After a four-year stint
Barry. He learned well from Barry and became one of the most         at Knox College, Barry coached Iowa for seven seasons,
successful college coaches ever. Known as “The Fox”, Gardner         leading the Hawkeyes to the 1923 Big Ten championship and a
became the only coach in history to lead two different schools to    share of the 1926 title. He then came to Troy, where he stayed
the Final Four twice each. Gardner achieved this honor by            for 18 years, leading the Trojans to a 260-138 won-loss record,
directing both Kansas State (1948 and 1951) and Utah (1961           a mark that included winning the Pacific Coast Conference in
and 1966) into the Big Dance. In 28 years of coaching at the         1930, 1935 and 1940. Under Barry, USC won the Southern
major college level, Gardner’s teams compiled a 486-235 record       Division seven times and finished third in the 1940 NCAA
(67.4 percent). When you combine his 10 years (1933-43) of           tournament. In 1948, Barry led the USC baseball team to the
coaching AAU, high school, junior college and military ball, his     NCAA title, and served as an assistant football coach. On the
record swells to 649-278, an impressive 70 percent winning           administrative side, Barry was a leading advocate of the 10-
mark. A proponent of fundamental basketball, Gardner was an          second rule and the elimination of the center jump after each
expert in fast break hoops.                                          basket.




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USC • In The Hall Of Fame
                                                                   All-Time




                  BILL SHARMAN                                                            ALEX HANNUM
     (Inducted April 26, 1976 as player, April 5, 2004 as coach)                            (Inducted October 2, 1998)

Bill Sharman, who brought a disciplined work ethic to basketball         A three-year letterman at USC in 1943, 1946-47, Hannum was a
with a willingness to spend countless hours in the gymnasium             captain his final year with the team. Hannum, who had a knack
perfecting his skills, was a 15-letter athlete at Porterville (Calif.)   for turning around beleaguered franchises during 16 profes-
High before coming to USC. A four-year letterwinner at Troy              sional coaching seasons (12 NBA, four ABA), was the first
(1947-50), Sharman was named All-America in 1950 and was a               coach in professional basketball history to win an NBA and ABA
two-time All-Pacific Coast Conference selection and conference           Championship. He began his coaching career as a player/coach
MVP. He’s still 21st on USC’s all-time scoring list (1,108).             for the St. Louis Hawks during the 1956-57 season, reaching the
Sharman, known as “Bullseye Bill” for his marksmanship at the            NBA Finals. The next year, Hannum began his first season as a
foul line, played briefly in the Brooklyn Dodger organization            full-time head coach and guided St. Louis to the 1958 NBA
before his basketball career took off. Sharman spent 1951 with           Championship. He spent three years with the Syracuse Nation-
the NBA’s Washington Capitals before they folded. He joined              als (1960-63), posting a 48-32 record in his final year. Hannum
Boston a year later and became a Celtic mainstay. In 10                  then became coach of a San Francisco Warrior team that had
seasons with the Celtics, Sharman was named All-NBA First                finished fourth in the Western Division the previous year and led
Team four times and played in eight All-Star Games, earning              them to the NBA Finals. Under Hannum’s guidance in San
MVP honors in the 1955 tilt. Sharman teamed with Bob Cousy               Francisco, Wilt Chamberlain altered his game from offense-
to form one of the NBA’s most formidable backcourt duos, and             oriented to defense-and-team-oriented, a trait that would later
the pair landed Boston four NBA championships (1957, 1959,               help him win an NBA title. Both Hannum and Chamberlain were
1960, 1961). He directed the Los Angeles Lakers to their first           reunited in Philadelphia in the 1966-67 season, winning the NBA
NBA title in 1972 and was awarded Coach of the Year honors.              championship with a then-record .840 winning percentage (68-
That season, the Lakers finished with an amazing 69-13 regular           13). Following his stint in Philadelphia, Hannum joined the
season record, including 33 straight victories, both NBA single-         ABA’s Oakland Oaks, turning a last-place team into a title team
season records. By winning titles in the ABL (Cleveland Pipers,          in 1969. Hannum was named NBA Coach of the Year in 1964
1962), ABA (Utah Stars, 1971), and NBA (Los Angeles Lakers,              and ABA Coach of the Year in 1969.
1972), Sharman became the first coach to win championships in
three different pro leagues. Sharman joins John Wooden and
Lenny Wilkens as the only members enshrined as a player and
a coach.


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USC • NBA Head Coaches
                                                   Trojans Who Were
                                                Head Coaches in the NBA

                       Bill Sharman ....................................................... San Francisco Warriors
                       ..............................................................................................................Los Angeles Lakers

                       Alex Hannum ................................................................ St. Louis Hawks
                       .............................................................................................................. Syracuse Nationals
                       ......................................................................................................San Francisco Warriors
                       ................................................................................................................Philadelphia 76ers
                       ............................................................................................................. San Diego Rockets

                       Bob Kloppenburg ....................................................................... Cleveland Cavaliers
                       .............................................................................................................Seattle SuperSonics

                       Mack Calvin ........................................................... Los Angeles Clippers

                       Paul Westphal .................................................................. Phoenix Suns
                       ........................................................................................................... Seattle Super Sonics

                       Fred (Tex) Winter ......................................................... Houston Rockets




    PAUL WESTPHAL                                                       MACK CALVIN                                                               ALEX HANNUM
In his first year as a head coach in                             Mack Calvin was an All-                                                 After starring at USC and playing
the NBA, Paul Westphal guided                                    Conference performer at USC                                             eight years in the NBA, Alex
the 1992-93 Phoenix Suns to the                                  in 1969 and got his first NBA                                           Hannum went on to coach five
league’s best record and their first                             head coaching job with the Los                                          different NBA teams.
berth in a NBA Final since 1976.                                 Angeles Clippers.
Westphal was also a member of
that 1975-76 Suns team as a
player. He was named head coach
of the Seattle SuperSonics after
the 1998 season. He is now the
head coach at Pepperdine.



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USC • Trojan Pride
DID YOU KNOW...that USC is one of the top four private universities in       DID YOU KNOW...that USC’s recently completed fundraising campaign,
the western half of the United States?                                       “Building on Excellence,” raised $2.85 billion, surpassing its goal of $2
     • USC, Caltech, Stanford and Rice are the only private univer-          billion, and is the most successful campaign in the history of higher edu-
     sities west of Missouri boasting membership in the Association          cation?
     of American Universities, the premier teaching and research                   • During its fundraising campaign, USC received five school-
     institutions of North America?                                                naming gifts – for the USC Leventhal School of Accounting, the
     • USC is the oldest and largest private research university in                USC Marshall School of Business, the USC Rossier School of
     the western half of the United States. The university was                     Education, the USC Thornton School of Music, and the Keck
     founded in 1880 with 53 students; today, USC enrolls about                    School of Medicine of USC. At the time they were pledged,
     32,000 students in its College of Letters, Arts and Sciences                  they were the largest gifts to schools of their kind in the history
     and 17 top-ranked professional schools.                                       of American higher education.

DID YOU KNOW...that USC is among the nation’s most highly selec-             DID YOU KNOW...that USC is the only university in the nation to have
tive universities?                                                           received four nine-figure gifts?
      • USC was named one of nine “hot schools” in the country by                 • Those gifts: $120 million from Walter Annenberg (1993) to
      the 2001 Newsweek/Kaplan How to Get into College Guide,                     establish the USC Annenberg Center for Communication; $112.5
      signifying USC’s popularity among the nation’s best high school             million from biomedical industry entrepreneur Alfred Mann
      students.                                                                   (1998) to establish the Alfred E. Mann Institute for Biomedical
      • USC was named Time/Princeton Review College Guide's "Col-                 Engineering; $110 million from the W.M. Keck Foundation (1999)
      lege of the Year 2000."                                                     to USC’s medical school, the largest gift to a medical school in
      • USC was selected as the Association of American Colleges                  history; and $100 million from the Annenberg Foundation (2002).
      and Universities "Leadership Institution of 2001."
                                                                             DID YOU KNOW...that the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology,
DID YOU KNOW…each year since 2000, USC honors more than 100                  founded in 1975, was the nation’s first school in this critical, emerging
Renaissance Scholars – seniors who graduate with a major and a minor         field?
in widely separated fields of study – with as many as 20 receiving $10,000         • USC’s Ethel Percy Andrus Gerontology Center is considered
prizes for graduate study?                                                         to be the nation’s premier program for studies of aging?

DID YOU KNOW…in 2002, USC launched its “Teaching Has No Bound-               DID YOU KNOW...that USC physicians serve more than one million
aries” award which honors exemplary teachers who enhance learning by         patients each year through the Health Sciences Campus and 15 affiliated
taking the experience beyond the classroom walls?                            hospitals?
                                                                                  • Three USC-affiliated hospitals are ranked by U.S. News &
DID YOU KNOW...that Nobel laureate George A. Olah helped pave the                 World Report as among the Top 10 in the nation in their spe-
way for high-octane gasoline and a number of advances in our daily life?          cialty: Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, Doheny Eye Institute,
     • Professor Olah, who has been at USC for nearly three de-                   and Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center. More
     cades, has transformed the field of chemistry through his pio-               than 130 doctors of USC are listed in the book, “The Best Doc-
     neering work with hydrocarbons, work which has led to less                   tors in America,” published by Naifeh and Smith.
     polluting gasoline, more effective oil refining and many modern              • USC is home to the USC/Norris Comprehensive Cancer Cen-
     drugs. For his research, Professor Olah received the 1994                    ter, one of only 39 designated by the National Cancer Institute
     Nobel Prize in chemistry.                                                    to lead the nation in cancer research, prevention and care.

DID YOU KNOW…that the Tomás Rivera Policy Institute – the nation’s           DID YOU KNOW...that the Southern California Earthquake Center is
premier Latino think tank – joined USC in fall 2003?                         based at USC?
                                                                                 • The SCEC was established by the federal government in 1991
DID YOU KNOW…USC’s Zilkha Neurogenetic Institute – which opened                  to coordinate geological research relating to earthquakes.
in April 2003 – is working toward cures and therapeutic strategies to at-
tack debilitating disorders, such as Alzheimer’s, faced by millions world-   DID YOU KNOW...that USC’s Museum Studies Program is the only
wide?                                                                        master’s degree program of its kind in the western United States?
                                                                                 • Ninety-eight percent of the graduates from this program have
DID YOU KNOW…since 1998, USC’s Casden Institute for the Study of                 been placed in professional museum careers.
the Jewish Role in American Life has held seminars and hosted lectures           • A three-year course of study leading to the Master of Arts in
that explore contemporary issues of Jewish life in the Western United            art history, the program is designed to meet the special training
States?                                                                          needs of students whose career goals are oriented toward pro-
                                                                                 fessional work in art museums. A unique aspect of the pro-
DID YOU KNOW…USC’s Good Neighbors Campaign – made up of                          gram is that all students intern in a museum during their third
voluntary contributions from faculty and staff – has invested nearly $5          year.
million since 1994 in neighborhood programs surrounding its University
Park and Health Sciences campuses?

DID YOU KNOW...that USC has more international alumni than any
other university in the United States?



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USC TROJAN P RIDE                                                                                  2005-2006 USC TROJAN BASKETBALL

DID YOU KNOW...that the USC Viterbi School of Engineering is a lead-          DID YOU KNOW…that classical KUSC’s 24-hour broadcast day fea-
ing force in robotics and multimedia research?                                tures a wide range of programs of classical music and arts information?
      • The USC Center for Robotics and Embedded Systems con-                       • As a partner in the arts in Southern California, the station has
      stitutes the second largest robotics effort in the country, with             been responsible for bringing performances by local orches-
      more than 20 faculty members, 60 students and over 60 ro-                    tras and chamber groups to both local and national audiences.
      bots. USC research focuses on the frontiers in robotics, in-                 • In 2003, National Public Radio struck a partnership with the
      cluding control of robot teams, reconfigurable robots, human-                Classical Public Radio Network – a creation of KUSC and Colo-
      oid robots, and nanorobots.                                                  rado Public Radio – to provide round-the-clock classical music
      • USC’s Integrated Media Systems Center is the only Engi-                    to public radio stations across the country.
      neering Research Center devoted to multimedia and the Internet
      to be funded by the National Science Foundation. It has dem-            DID YOU KNOW...that the USC Flora L. Thornton School of Music is
      onstrated breakthrough technology for streaming high-defini-            one of the leading music schools in the nation?
      tion digital video and multi-channel audio across the Internet.              • Founded in 1884, the Thornton School of Music is the oldest
      • USC’s Information Sciences Institute (ISI) is a birthplace of              professional school at USC and Los Angeles’ oldest cultural
      the Internet, and, more recently, grid computing, and is recog-              institution.
      nized as one of the world’s leading research centers in the field            • The Thornton School of Music, which consistently ranks in
      of information technology. More than 300 researchers, gradu-                 the top 1 percent of the nation’s music schools and conserva-
      ate students and staff work on projects at the frontiers of com-             tories, is the leading producer of live music performances in
      putational science, including artificial intelligence, computer              Southern California – with more than 500 concerts and recitals
      system design, computer security, and machine translation of                 annually.
      human language.                                                              • It is a charter member of the Seven Springs Association, which
                                                                                   includes the 11 finest music schools and conservatories in the
DID YOU KNOW...that USC ranks among the top 10 private universi-                   United States.
ties receiving federal funds for research and development and in the top           • The school is the most prolific resource of prominent film com-
20 of all universities.                                                            posers in the world, including Jerry Goldsmith, James Horner,
                                                                                   Thomas Newman and David Newman.
DID YOU KNOW...that the USC School of Architecture was the first                   • A Thornton School graduate, Robert Thies, won the gold medal
architecture school in Southern California, and, until 1963, offered the           at the Second International Prokofiev Piano Competition in St.
only fully accredited degree program in the region?                                Petersburg, Russia, in 1995 – the only American to win a Rus-
     • The USC School of Architecture has more regular faculty mem-                sian international piano competition since Van Cliburn in 1958.
     bers who have been elected to the College of Fellows of the
     American Institute of Architects than any other school of archi-         DID YOU KNOW...that the USC School of Theatre created the first
     tecture in the country.                                                  American university theatrical company to be invited to perform at the
     • Three faculty members have been named Distinguished Pro-               prestigious Edinburgh Fringe Festival? Students and alumni of the School
     fessors of the Association of College Schools of Architecture.           have been playing in the Festival to excellent reviews and high acclaim
                                                                              since 1967.
DID YOU KNOW…that the USC School of Cinema-Television’s top-                       • Together with the USC Thornton School of Music, the School
ranked film and television program is the oldest film school in the nation?        of Theatre has established a minor in musical theatre, making
     • CNTV’s Mark Jonathan Harris has won two Academy Awards                      USC the only major university in the western United States to
     for best documentary features; in 2001, for “Into the Arms of                 offer undergraduate training in this area.
     Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport”; and in 1997, for “The
     Long-Way Home,” a film about the aftermath of the Holocaust.
     • Distinguished alumni include Ron Howard, George Lucas, John
     Singleton and Robert Zemeckis.

DID YOU KNOW...that USC’s School of Fine Arts was the first fine arts
school in the nation to offer a Master of Public Art Studies degree?
    • The school’s acclaimed faculty artists are represented at the
    Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art in New
    York, Whitney Museum of American Art, Art Institute of Chi-
    cago, National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Los An-
    geles County Museum of Art and Victoria and Albert Museum
    in London.
    • Distinguished alumni include Oscar-winning art director Henry
    Bumstead, artist Robert Therrien and ceramacists Ken Price
    and the late Beatrice Wood.

DID YOU KNOW...that the USC Fisher Gallery is one of the few univer-
sity museums accredited by the Association of American Museums?
      • Established in 1939 by Elizabeth Holmes Fisher, the gallery
      houses her collection of Dutch and Flemish Old Master works
      and a fine collection of 19th-century American landscape paint-
      ings. In 1964, Armand Hammer made his first donation of Dutch
      and Flemish masterworks to the gallery.




                                                                                                             2005-2006 • 149 • USC BASKETBALL

								
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