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1909-1910 Kentucky Basketball Statistics

Final Record: Won: 4; Lost: 8
Head Coach: Edwin R. Sweetland
Assistant Coach(es): Robert Hoover Spahr
Manager: Leonard C. Bridges
Team Captain(s): William Rodes
Notes: Robert Spahr assumed coaching duties while E.R. Sweetland was ill


Date Game Result Score Notes
1/8/1910 Kentucky at Kentucky Wesleyan W 14 – 12 OT
1/22/1910 Georgetown College at Kentucky W 31 – 11
1/24/1910 DePauw at Kentucky L 11 – 24
1/28/1910 Kentucky at Central University L 17 – 87
2/4/1910 Kentucky at Georgetown College L 16 – 34
2/7/1910 Kentucky at Cincinnati L 17 – 47
2/9/1910 Kentucky at DePauw (*) L 16 – 28
2/10/1910 Kentucky at Rose Polytechnic L 11 – 52
2/16/1910 Tennessee at Kentucky W 26 – 5
3/5/1910 Central University at Kentucky L 13 – 31 State Championship Game
3/8/1910 Georgetown College at Kentucky (*) W 24 – 23
3/11/1910 Kentucky at Central University L 9 – 51

On This Day In UK Basketball History

On March 1, 1912, Kentucky defeats Georgetown College, 19-18, to complete the season with a perfect 9-0 record and earn its first title as Southern Champions.

 

On March 1, 1921, Kentucky upsets Tulane, Mercer, Mississippi A&M and Georgia to win the first Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association basketball championship. Bill King's free throw with no time left on the clock lifted the Wildcats to the SIAA Championship over Georgia.  Hundreds of Wildcats fans await “play-by-play” via telegraph, and greet the team’s train with a celebration and parade in downtown Lexington. It is believed to be the first college basketball tournament ever played.

 

On March 1, 1952, Cliff Hagan scored 42 points against Tennessee.

 

On March 1, 1969, Dan Issel scored 31 points at Vanderbilt.

 

On March 1, 1969, Mike Casey joined the 1,000-point club.  He did it in 51 games.

 

On March 1, 1979, the 1979 SEC Tournament quarterfinals featured Kentucky and Alabama.  In a scintillating display of fast-paced basketball, Kentucky hit 68.3 percent of its shots (43-of-63) and outlasted Coach C.M. Newton’s Crimson Tide and star Reggie King (38 points) behind stellar guard play from Truman Claytor (25 points, 11-of-14 field goals), Kyle Macy (22, 9-of-16) and Dwight Anderson (19, 7-of-11) before 16,300 in the Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center.

 

On March 1, 1981, on Senior Day, No. 9 Kentucky defeated No. 2 LSU 73-71.  Kentucky denied LSU’s bid for an unbeaten SEC season when Sam Bowie blocked Howard Carter’s potential game-tying jumper just ahead of the final buzzer before 24,011 in Rupp Arena.

 

On March 1, 1987, Richard Madison's basket with eight seconds left enabled the Wildcats to upset the No. 12 Sooners.