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Encyclopedia > Vanderbilt Commodores men's basketball
Vanderbilt Commodores

University Vanderbilt University
Conference SEC
Location Nashville, TN
Head Coach Kevin Stallings (8th year)
Arena Memorial Gymnasium
(Capacity: 14,316)
Nickname Commodores
Colors Black and Gold

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Conference Tournament Champions
1951
Conference Regular Season Champions
1965, 1974, 1993

The Vanderbilt Commodores men's basketball team represents Vanderbilt University in the East Division of the Southeastern Conference. The Commodores have won three SEC regular season titles (1965, 1974 and 1993). They have competed in nine NCAA Tournaments, making it to the Elite Eight once (1965) and the Sweet 16 five times (1974, 1988, 1993, 2004 and 2007). Vanderbilt has played in nine National Invitation Tournaments, winning it in 1990 and finishing runners-up in 1994. Vanderbilt University is a private, nonsectarian, coeducational research university in Nashville, Tennessee. ... The Southeastern Conference (SEC) is a college athletic conference headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, which operates in the southeastern part of the United States. ... The Southeastern Conference (SEC) is a college athletic conference headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, which operates in the southeastern part of the United States. ... The 1965 NCAA Mens Division I Basketball Tournament involved 23 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division I college basketball. ... The 1974 NCAA Mens Division I Basketball Tournament involved 25 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division I college basketball. ... The 1988 NCAA Mens Division I Basketball Tournament involved 64 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division I college basketball. ... The 1993 NCAA Mens Division I Basketball Tournament involved 64 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division I college basketball. ... The 2004 NCAA Mens Division I Basketball Tournament involved 65 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division I college basketball. ... The 2007 NCAA Mens Division I Basketball Tournament involved 65 NCAA schools playing in a single-elimination tournament to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division I college basketball. ... The National Invitation Tournament (NIT) is a mens college basketball tournament operated by the National Collegiate Athletic Association. ... The National Invitation Tournament is an annual US basketball competition. ... The National Invitation Tournament is an annual US basketball competition. ...

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Memorial Gymnasium

See also: Memorial Gymnasium

The Commodores play their home games in Memorial Gymnasium. Memorial Gymnasium was built in the early 1950s. It was dedicated as the campus memorial to students and alumni killed in World War II; a plaque commemorating those who died is displayed in the Gym's North lobby. Interior Shot of Memorial Gymnasium Memorial Gymnasium is an athletic facility located at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. ... Memorial Gymnasium is a multi-purpose facility located in Nashville, Tennessee. ...


At the time of the Gym's construction, there was a serious discussion within the Vanderbilt community about whether the school should de-emphasize intercollegiate athletics and refocus on its academic program. As a compromise between those who advocated increased athletics competition and those who argued in favor of de-emphasis, the Gymnasium was built to hold only about 9,000 seats, and it would be readily adaptable to other uses -- significantly, as a possible concert hall.


Consequently, the gymnasium floor was built up above its surroundings, more in the nature of a stage. The areas out of bounds along the sidelines were very wide, in contrast with the small facility which it replaced, where the walls were right along the sidelines and players could scrape their shoulders bringing the ball up the court. This necessitated the placement of the benches at the end of the court, which was not highly unusual at the time.


In addition, each goal was anchored by two far-reaching beams attached to support columns, with extra support coming from cables stretching all the way to the gym's ceiling. In the case of a backboard shatter or beam fracture, replacing these goals would be highly difficult, compared to the usual goal setup at most venues.


Memorial Gym is well-known for its unusual design. The end-of-the-floor bench location is now unique in major college basketball, and SEC coaches who travel to Memorial, along with coaches from other schools who have played at Vanderbilt as a post-season venue, have said that the unusual setup gives Vanderbilt a tremendous home court advantage, since no other facility in which opponents play is arranged in such a way.[1]


Year-by-Year Season Records

Season Head Coach Overall Record Conf. Record Postseason
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1900-01 W.D. Weatherford 2-2 - -
1901-02 W.D. Weatherford 5-2 - -
1902-03 Grinnell Jones 6-0 - -
1903-04 J. Hamilton 6-1 - -
1904-05 No team - - -
1905-06 No scores recorded - - -
1906-07 J.N. (Stein) Stone 6-1 - -
1907-08 W.L. Throop 6-10 - -
1908-09 E.J. Hamilton 11-4 - -
1909-10 R.B McGehee 10-3 - -
1910-11 Carl (Zeke) Martin 8-2 - -
1911-12 Carl (Zeke) Martin 9-9 - -
1912-13 Oscar G. Nelson 3-4 - -
1913-14 G.T. Denton 6-3 - -
1914-15 G.T. Denton 6-6 - -
1915-16 G.T. Denton 11-3 - -
1916-17 G.T. Denton 3-8 - -
1917-18 Ralph Palmer 6-3 - -
1918-19 Ralph Palmer 8-2 - -
1919-20 G.T. Denton 14-4 - -
1920-21 G.T. Denton 8-13 - -
1921-22 Wallace Wade 8-8 - -
Southern Conference
1922-23 Wallace Wade 16-8 2-0 -
1923-24 Josh Cody 7-15 1-3 -
1924-25 Josh Cody 12-13 4-3 -
1925-26 Josh Cody 8-18 2-7 -
1926-27 Josh Cody 20-4 7-1 Southern Conference Tournament Champions
1927-28 Johnny (Red) Floyd 5-7 2-5 -
1928-29 Johnny (Red) Floyd 4-12 2-5 -
1929-30 Garland Morrow 6-16 1-9 -
1930-31 Garland Morrow 16-8 7-7 -
1931-32 Josh Cody 8-11 5-7 -
Southeastern Conference
1932-33 Josh Cody 14-8 11-5 (3rd) -
1933-34 Josh Cody 11-6 8-5 (5th) -
1934-35 Josh Cody 9-11 9-6 (4th) -
1935-36 Josh Cody 9-14 9-4 (2nd) -
1936-37 Jim Buford 6-10 3-7 (11th) -
1937-38 Jim Buford 9-12 4-8 (10th) -
1938-39 Jim Buford 14-7 7-5 (6th) -
1939-40 Jim Buford 10-12 5-7 (10th) -
1940-41 Jim Buford 8-9 3-9 (11th) -
1941-42 Norm Cooper 7-9 3-8 (t-9th) -
1942-43 Norm Cooper 10-8 9-7 (6th) -
1943-44 Smokey Harper 12-3 No formal SEC schedule -
1944-45 Gus Morrow 6-6 No formal SEC schedule -
1945-46 Gus Morrow 3-10 2-5 (9th) -
1946-47 Norm Cooper 7-8 4-7 (8th) -
1947-48 Bob Polk 8-14 4-11 (12th) -
1948-49 Bob Polk 14-8 9-5 (4th) -
1949-50 Bob Polk 17-8 11-3 (2nd) -
1950-51 Bob Polk 19-8 10-4 (t-2nd) -
1951-52 Bob Polk 18-9 9-5 (t-2nd) SEC Tournament Champions
1952-53 Bob Polk 10-9 5-8 (t-7th) -
1953-54 Bob Polk 12-10 5-9 (t-8th) -
1954-55 Bob Polk 16-6 9-5 (t-3rd) -
1955-56 Bob Polk 19-4 11-3 (3rd) -
1956-57 Bob Polk 17-5 10-4 (2nd) -
1957-58 Bob Polk 14-11 7-7 (7th) -
1958-59 Roy Skinner (acting) 14-10 8-6 (t-5th) -
1959-60 Bob Polk 14-9 7-7 (t-6th) -
1960-61 Bob Polk 19-5 10-4 (t-2nd) -
1961-62 Roy Skinner 12-12 6-8 (t-6th) -
1962-63 Roy Skinner 16-7 9-5 (4th) -
1963-64 Roy Skinner 19-6 8-6 (t-4th) -
1964-65 Roy Skinner 24-4 15-1 (1st) NCAA Elite Eight
1965-66 Roy Skinner 22-4 13-3 (2nd) -
1966-67 Roy Skinner 21-5 14-4 (t-2nd) -
1967-68 Roy Skinner 20-6 12-6 (3rd) -
1968-69 Roy Skinner 15-11 9-9 (t-5th) -
1969-70 Roy Skinner 12-14 8-10 (6th) -
1970-71 Roy Skinner 13-13 9-9 (t-4th) -
1971-72 Roy Skinner 16-10 10-8 (4th) -
1972-73 Roy Skinner 20-6 13-5 (t-2nd) -
1973-74 Roy Skinner 23-5 15-3 (t-1st) NCAA Sweet 16
1974-75 Roy Skinner 15-11 10-8 (5th) -
1975-76 Roy Skinner 16-11 12-6 (3rd) -
1976-77 Wayne Dobbs 10-16 6-12 (t-6th) -
1977-78 Wayne Dobbs 10-17 6-12 (8th) -
1978-79 Wayne Dobbs 18-9 11-7 (t-3rd) -
1979-80 Richard Schmidt 13-13 7-11 (t-6th) -
1980-81 Richard Schmidt 15-14 7-11 (7th) -
1981-82 C. M. Newton 15-13 7-11 (t-7th) -
1982-83 C. M. Newton 19-14 9-9 (t-4th) NIT Second Round
1983-84 C. M. Newton 14-15 8-10 (t-7th) -
1984-85 C. M. Newton 11-17 4-14 (10th) -
1985-86 C. M. Newton 13-15 7-11 (7th) -
1986-87 C. M. Newton 18-16 7-11 (t-8th) NIT Quarterfinals
1987-88 C. M. Newton 20-11 10-8 (t-4th) NCAA Sweet 16
1988-89 C. M. Newton 19-14 12-6 (t-2nd) NCAA First Round
1989-90 Eddie Fogler 21-14 7-11 (t-7th) NIT Champions
1990-91 Eddie Fogler 17-13 11-7 (4th) NCAA First Round
Southeastern Conference (East Division)
1991-92 Eddie Fogler 15-15 6-10 (5th) NIT First Round
1992-93 Eddie Fogler 28-6 14-2 (1st) NCAA Sweet 16
1993-94 Jan van Breda Kolff 20-12 9-7 (3rd) NIT Runners-up
1994-95 Jan van Breda Kolff 13-15 6-10 (4th) -
1995-96 Jan van Breda Kolff 18-14 7-9 (4th) NIT Second Round
1996-97 Jan van Breda Kolff 19-12 9-7 (4th) NCAA First Round
1997-98 Jan van Breda Kolff 20-13 7-9 (t-4th) NIT Quarterfinals
1998-99 Jan van Breda Kolff 14-15 5-11 (5th) -
1999-2000 Kevin Stallings 19-11 8-8 (4th) NIT First Round
2000-01 Kevin Stallings 15-15 4-12 (6th) -
2001-02 Kevin Stallings 17-15 6-10 (t-5th) NIT Second Round
2002-03 Kevin Stallings 11-18 3-13 (6th) -
2003-04 Kevin Stallings 23-10 8-8 (t-3rd) NCAA Sweet 16
2004-05 Kevin Stallings 20-14 8-8 (3rd) NIT Second Round
2005-06 Kevin Stallings 17-13 7-9 (4th) NIT First Round
2006-07 Kevin Stallings 22-12 10-6 (2nd) NCAA Sweet 16
TOTAL OVERALL RECORD: 1,378-995 (.581)

Note: Fansonly.com reports Vanderbilt's overall record in 1937-38 as 9-12, while SECSports.com reports it as 10-11. The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association, or SIAA was the first collegiate athletic conference formed in the United States. ... The 1900-01 Vanderbilt Commodores mens basketball team was the first officially sanctioned basketball team at Vanderbilt University. ... The Southern Conference (or SoCon) is a college athletic conference affiliated with the NCAAs Division I. SoCon football teams compete in the Division I Football Championship Subdivision (formerly known as I-AA). ... The Southern Conference (or SoCon) is a college athletic conference affiliated with the NCAAs Division I. SoCon football teams compete in the Division I Football Championship Subdivision (formerly known as I-AA). ... The Southeastern Conference (SEC) is a college athletic conference headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, which operates in the southeastern part of the United States. ... The Southeastern Conference (SEC) is a college athletic conference headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, which operates in the southeastern part of the United States. ... The 1965 NCAA Mens Division I Basketball Tournament involved 23 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division I college basketball. ... The 1974 NCAA Mens Division I Basketball Tournament involved 25 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division I college basketball. ... Charles Martin (C. M.) Newton (born February 2, 1930 in Rockwood, Tennessee[1]) is a retired American basketball player, coach, and administrator. ... Charles Martin (C. M.) Newton (born February 2, 1930 in Rockwood, Tennessee[1]) is a retired American basketball player, coach, and administrator. ... The National Invitation Tournament is an annual US basketball competition. ... Charles Martin (C. M.) Newton (born February 2, 1930 in Rockwood, Tennessee[1]) is a retired American basketball player, coach, and administrator. ... Charles Martin (C. M.) Newton (born February 2, 1930 in Rockwood, Tennessee[1]) is a retired American basketball player, coach, and administrator. ... Charles Martin (C. M.) Newton (born February 2, 1930 in Rockwood, Tennessee[1]) is a retired American basketball player, coach, and administrator. ... Charles Martin (C. M.) Newton (born February 2, 1930 in Rockwood, Tennessee[1]) is a retired American basketball player, coach, and administrator. ... The National Invitation Tournament is an annual US basketball competition. ... Charles Martin (C. M.) Newton (born February 2, 1930 in Rockwood, Tennessee[1]) is a retired American basketball player, coach, and administrator. ... The 1988 NCAA Mens Division I Basketball Tournament involved 64 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division I college basketball. ... Charles Martin (C. M.) Newton (born February 2, 1930 in Rockwood, Tennessee[1]) is a retired American basketball player, coach, and administrator. ... The 1989 NCAA Mens Division I Basketball Tournament involved 64 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division I college basketball. ... Eddie Fogler was a college basketball coach at Wichita State University, Vanderbilt, and South Carolina. ... The National Invitation Tournament is an annual US basketball competition. ... Eddie Fogler was a college basketball coach at Wichita State University, Vanderbilt, and South Carolina. ... The 1991 NCAA Mens Division I Basketball Tournament involved 64 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division I college basketball. ... The Southeastern Conference (SEC) is a college athletic conference headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, which operates in the southeastern part of the United States. ... Eddie Fogler was a college basketball coach at Wichita State University, Vanderbilt, and South Carolina. ... The National Invitation Tournament is an annual US basketball competition. ... Eddie Fogler was a college basketball coach at Wichita State University, Vanderbilt, and South Carolina. ... The 1993 NCAA Mens Division I Basketball Tournament involved 64 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division I college basketball. ... Jan Michael van Breda Kolff (born December 16, 1951 in Palos Verdes, California) was a professional basketball player. ... The National Invitation Tournament is an annual US basketball competition. ... Jan Michael van Breda Kolff (born December 16, 1951 in Palos Verdes, California) was a professional basketball player. ... Jan Michael van Breda Kolff (born December 16, 1951 in Palos Verdes, California) was a professional basketball player. ... The National Invitation Tournament is an annual US basketball competition. ... Jan Michael van Breda Kolff (born December 16, 1951 in Palos Verdes, California) was a professional basketball player. ... The 1997 NCAA Mens Division I Basketball Tournament involved 64 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division I college basketball. ... Jan Michael van Breda Kolff (born December 16, 1951 in Palos Verdes, California) was a professional basketball player. ... The National Invitation Tournament is an annual US basketball competition. ... Jan Michael van Breda Kolff (born December 16, 1951 in Palos Verdes, California) was a professional basketball player. ... Kevin Stallings (born October 1, 1960 in Collinsville, Illinois) is currently in his eighth season as the head men’s basketball coach at Vanderbilt University. ... The National Invitation Tournament is an annual US basketball competition. ... Kevin Stallings (born October 1, 1960 in Collinsville, Illinois) is currently in his eighth season as the head men’s basketball coach at Vanderbilt University. ... Kevin Stallings (born October 1, 1960 in Collinsville, Illinois) is currently in his eighth season as the head men’s basketball coach at Vanderbilt University. ... The National Invitation Tournament is an annual US basketball competition. ... Kevin Stallings (born October 1, 1960 in Collinsville, Illinois) is currently in his eighth season as the head men’s basketball coach at Vanderbilt University. ... Kevin Stallings (born October 1, 1960 in Collinsville, Illinois) is currently in his eighth season as the head men’s basketball coach at Vanderbilt University. ... The 2004 NCAA Mens Division I Basketball Tournament involved 65 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division I college basketball. ... Kevin Stallings (born October 1, 1960 in Collinsville, Illinois) is currently in his eighth season as the head men’s basketball coach at Vanderbilt University. ... The National Invitation Tournament is an annual US basketball competition. ... Kevin Stallings (born October 1, 1960 in Collinsville, Illinois) is currently in his eighth season as the head men’s basketball coach at Vanderbilt University. ... The 2006 National Invitation Tournament was the first time the tournament was planned and operated by the NCAA, taking over after 68 years under the auspices of the Metropolitan Intercollegiate Basketball Association (MIBA). ... The 2006-07 Vanderbilt Commodores men’s basketball team finished with a 22-12 record (SEC East: 10-6, 2nd) and reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. ... Kevin Stallings (born October 1, 1960 in Collinsville, Illinois) is currently in his eighth season as the head men’s basketball coach at Vanderbilt University. ... The 2007 NCAA Mens Division I Basketball Tournament involved 65 NCAA schools playing in a single-elimination tournament to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division I college basketball. ...


Source: Soconsports.com[2]


Source: SECSports.com[3]


Source: Fansonly.com[4]


Retired Numbers

Only two male Commodores have had their jerseys retired by the university:

  • Clyde Lee- #43- Probably the greatest player in Commodore History. He averaged the most points per game in school history and the balconies on the south are commonly referred to as the "balconies that Clyde built."

Clyde Wayne Lee (born March 14, 1944 in Nashville, Tennessee) is an American former professional basketball player. ... The Southeastern Conference (SEC) is a college athletic conference headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, which operates in the southeastern part of the United States. ...

Consecutive Games with a 3 Point Field Goal

Vanderbilt is one of only three teams to make a 3 point field goal in every game since the rule was implemented in the 1986-87 season. The other two teams to do so are Princeton and UNLV.


At Vanderbilt home games, after the first 3 pointer of the game is made, the PA announcer says "And the streak continues" and the cheerleaders throw t-shirts commemorating the streak into the crowd.


All-Americans

  • Billy McCaffrey- 1993 & 1994
  • Will Perdue- 1988
  • Tom Hagan- 1969
  • Clyde Lee- 1966
  • Billy Joe Adcock- 1950

Source: VUCommodores.com[5]


SEC Players of the Year

Source: VUCommodores.com[6] Derrick JaVaughn Byars (born April 25, 1984 in Memphis, Tennessee) is an American basketball player currently playing for Vanderbilt University. ... Daniel (Dan) Matthew Langhi (born November 28, 1977 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American professional basketball player. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... William Edward Perdue (born August 29, 1965 in Melbourne, Florida) is a former professional basketball player in the NBA. Following a stellar college career at Vanderbilt University, in which he was named Southeastern Conference player of the year and SEC male athlete of the year in 1988, he was selected... Jan Michael van Breda Kolff (born December 16, 1951 in Palos Verdes, California) was a professional basketball player. ... Clyde Wayne Lee (born March 14, 1944 in Nashville, Tennessee) is an American former professional basketball player. ...


Olympians

Jeffrey Steven Turner (born April 9, 1962 in Bangor, Maine) is a former professional basketball player. ... Gold Medal is an album by American band The Donnas, released in 2004. ... Year 1984 (MCMLXXXIV) was a leap year starting on Sunday (link displays the 1984 Gregorian calendar). ... The Summer Olympic Games are an international multi-sport event held every four years, organised by the International Olympic Committee. ... Flag Seal Nickname: City of Angels Location Location within Los Angeles County in the state of California Coordinates , Government State County California Los Angeles County Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa (D) Geographical characteristics Area     City 1,290. ...

Coaching awards

  • Kevin Stallings- SEC Coach of the Year 2007 [7]
  • Eddie Fogler- 1993 National Coach of the Year by AP, UPI, CBS, USBWA, Scripps-Howard, Sports lllustrated, Sporting News, Basketball Weekly[8]
  • C. M. Newton- SEC Coach of the Year, 1988 & 1989
  • Wayne Dobbs- SEC Coach of the Year, 1979
  • Roy Skinner- SEC Coach of the Year, 1965, 1967, 1974 & 1976

Kevin Stallings (born October 1, 1960 in Collinsville, Illinois) is currently in his eighth season as the head men’s basketball coach at Vanderbilt University. ... Eddie Fogler was a college basketball coach at Wichita State University, Vanderbilt, and South Carolina. ... Charles Martin (C. M.) Newton (born February 2, 1930 in Rockwood, Tennessee[1]) is a retired American basketball player, coach, and administrator. ...

All Time Leaders

Points

Player Career Points
1 Matt Freije (2000-2004) 1,891
2 Phil Cox (1981-85) 1,724
3 Ronnie McMahan (1991-95) 1,719
4 Mike Rhodes (1977-81) 1,699
5 Clyde Lee (1963-66) 1,691

Rebounds

Player Career Rebounds
1 Clyde Lee (1963-66) 1,223
2 Perry Wallace (1968-70) 894
3 Bobby Thym (1954-57) 872
4 Bob "Snake" Grace (1963-65) 837
5 Charley Harrison (1953-56) 802

Assists

Player Career Assists
1 Atiba Prater (1996-00) 517
2 Frank Seckar (1993-96) 455
3 Kevin Anglin (1990-93) 435
4 Jan Van Breda Kolff (1972-74) 430
5 Derrick Wilcox (1987-90) 423

Steals

Player Career Steals
t1 Drew Maddux (1994-98) 214
t1 Frank Seckar (1993-96) 214
3 Atiba Prater (1996-00) 212
4 James Strong (1996-00) 209
5 Kevin Anglin (1990-93) 192

Blocks

Player Career Blocks
1 Will Perdue (1984, 86-88 157
2 Chris Woods (1992-95) 108
3 Dan Hall (1990, 92-94) 70
4 Austin Bates (1994-98) 61
5 Malik Evans (1992, 94-96) 60

Source: VUCommodores.com [9]


*Some of this info may not be correct because VU's website only lists records through the 2002-03 season.


References

  1. ^ Memorial Gym.
  2. ^ Southern Conference Records.
  3. ^ SEC Annual Standings.
  4. ^ Vanderbilt Year-by-Year Results.
  5. ^ VU All Americans.
  6. ^ VU All Americans.
  7. ^ www.secsports.com
  8. ^ VU Coaching Awards.
  9. ^ Records.

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