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1936-1937 Kentucky Basketball Statistics

Final Record: Won: 17; Lost: 5
SEC Conference Record: Won: 5; Lost: 3
Head Coach: Adolph Rupp
Assistant Coach(es): Paul McBrayer
Manager: John McKenney
Team Captain(s): Warfield Donohue
Notes: SEC Champions; SEC Tournament Champions


Individual – Per Game

Player Games
Played
FG FT Total
Pts
PPG
Ralph Carlisle 21 80 48 208 9.9
Joseph Hagan 22 63 24 150 6.82
Homer Thompson 22 45 19 109 4.95
Bernard Opper 22 33 8 74 3.36
Warfield Donohue 22 26 21 73 3.32
J. Rice Walker 22 27 19 73 3.32
Walter Hodge 30 27 24 78 2.6
Fred Curtis 15 16 6 38 2.53
Elmo Head 9 7 2 16 1.78
James Goforth 19 8 5 21 1.11
Bob Tice 4 2 0 4 1
Robert Davis 11 5 0 10 .91
John McIntosh 5 2 0 4 .8
Charles Combs 3 1 0 2 .67
Walter Hatcher 2 0 0 0 0
Robert Strohm 1 0 0 0 0

Schedule and Results

Date Game Result Score Notes
12/9/1936 Georgetown College at Kentucky W 46 – 21
12/12/1936 Berea at Kentucky W 70 – 26
12/15/1936 Kentucky at Xavier W 34 – 28 OT
12/21/1936 Centenary at Kentucky W 37 – 19
1/2/1937 Michigan State at Kentucky W 28 – 21
1/5/1937 Kentucky vs. Notre Dame L 28 – 41 (at Louisville, KY)
1/8/1937 Creighton at Kentucky W 59 – 36
1/14/1937 Kentucky at Michigan State L 23 – 24
1/16/1937 Kentucky vs. Akron W 32 – 22 (at Cincinnati, OH)
1/23/1937 Tennessee at Kentucky W 43 – 26
1/30/1937 Kentucky at Vanderbilt W 41 – 26
2/1/1937 Kentucky vs. Alabama W 38 – 27 (at Birmingham, AL)
2/3/1937 Kentucky at Tulane L 28 – 35
2/4/1937 Kentucky at Tulane W 28 – 25
2/8/1937 Mexico University at Kentucky W 60 – 30
2/10/1937 Alabama at Kentucky L 31 – 34
2/13/1937 Kentucky at Tennessee L 24 – 26
2/20/1937 Vanderbilt at Kentucky W 51 – 19
2/22/1937 Xavier at Kentucky W 23 – 15
2/26/1937 Kentucky vs. Louisiana State W 57 – 37 SEC Tournament (at Knoxville, TN)
2/27/1937 Kentucky vs. Georgia Tech W 40 – 30 SEC Tournament (at Knoxville, TN)
3/1/1937 Kentucky vs. Tennessee W 39 – 25 SEC Tournament Championship (at Knoxville, TN)

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