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1909–10 Georgetown Hoyas men's basketball team

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1909–10 Georgetown Hoyas men's basketball
Georgetown Hoyas logo.svg
ConferenceIndependent
1909–10 record5–7
Head coach
  • Maurice Joyce (3rd season)
CaptainJames Colliflower (1st year)
Home arenaOdd Fellows Hall
Seasons
1909–10 IAAUS men's basketball independents standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Columbia       11 0   1.000
Oklahoma       8 0   1.000
Virginia Tech       11 0   1.000
Wake Forest       1 0   1.000
Army       14 1   .933
Ohio State       11 1   .917
Navy       10 1   .909
Fordham       16 2   .889
Canisius       15 2   .882
Utah       17 3   .850
North Dakota State       11 2   .846
Brigham Young       9 2   .818
Niagara       13 3   .813
Washington State       12 3   .800
Kansas State       11 3   .786
Vanderbilt       10 3   .769
Lehigh       6 2   .750
Seton Hall       6 2   .750
St. John's (NY)       15 5   .750
Virginia       12 4   .750
New York University       12 4   .750
Allegheny       8 3   .727
Notre Dame       10 4   .714
Washington       14 6   .700
Georgia       2 1   .667
Michigan State       10 5   .667
Montana State       6 3   .667
Rhode Island       6 3   .667
Wisc.–Stevens Point       2 1   .667
Auburn       11 6   .647
Colgate       9 5   .643
Illinois State       8 5   .615
Cincinnati       3 2   .600
Dartmouth       6 4   .600
Maine       6 4   .600
Bucknell       7 5   .583
Colorado       7 5   .583
Grove City       7 5   .583
Wabash       7 5   .583
Penn State       8 6   .571
Oregon State       7 3   .700
Cornell       7 6   .538
Princeton       7 6   .538
Pennsylvania       11 10   .524
Arizona       2 2   .500
Duke       4 4   .500
Oklahoma State       3 3   .500
Wyoming       3 3   .500
Idaho       8 9   .471
Tennessee       7 8   .467
Bradley       6 7   .462
Texas       6 7   .462
Dayton       5 6   .455
Mount Union       8 10   .444
Butler       3 4   .429
Georgetown       5 7   .417
Temple       4 6   .400
Brown       5 9   .357
Kentucky       4 8   .333
Manhattan       7 15   .318
Utah State       3 7   .300
Ohio       8 11   .421
Yale       4 11   .267
William & Mary       8 11   .421
Syracuse       3 11   .214
Indiana State       2 9   .182
Oregon       1 5   .167
Ole Miss       0 7   .000
South Carolina       0 1   .000
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1909–10 Georgetown Hoyas men's basketball team represented Georgetown University during the 1909-10 NCAA Division I college basketball season. Maurice Joyce coached the team in his third season as head coach.[1] Georgetown was an independent and for the last time played its home games at the Odd Fellows Hall at 8th and D Streets NW in downtown Washington, D.C.[2] The team finished the season with a record of 5-7.

Season recap

Georgetown University Law School student and forward Fred Rice completed his third and final season with the Hoyas. Injuries limited him to seven games, in which he scored 13 field goals and seven free throws for a total of 33 points and a 4.7-point-per-game average. He completed his 28-game Georgetown career with 247 points, and his 8.8-point-per-game average was the fifth highest among Georgetown players prior to World War II.[3]

Sophomore forward-center Frank Schlosser's offensive production dropped from the previous year, but he nonetheless led the team in scoring for the second straight year. He played in 10 games and scored 67 points, averaging 6.7 points per game.[3]

The team finished with a record of 5-7, the only losing record in Joyce's four-year tenure as head coach and, in fact, the only losing season in the first 19 seasons of Georgetown men's basketball history. The next losing season would not come until the 1925-26 team finished at 5-8.

Roster

Sources[4][5]

Georgetown players did not wear numbers on their jerseys this season. The first numbered jerseys in Georgetown men's basketball history would not appear until the 1933-34 season.[6]

Forward and team captain James Colliflower, a Georgetown University Law School student and three-season letterman in his last year playing with the team, would later serve as Georgetown's head coach during the 1911-12, 1912-13, 1913-14, and 1921-22 seasons.[1]

Name Height Weight (lbs.) Position Class Hometown Previous Team(s)
George Colliflower N/A N/A F Grad. Stud. Washington, DC, U.S. Georgetown Preparatory School
(North Bethesda, MD)
James Colliflower N/A N/A F Grad. Stud. Washington, DC, U.S. Georgetown Preparatory School
(North Bethesda, MD)
Richard Downey N/A N/A C Grad. Stud. N/A N/A
Frank Gibson N/A N/A G So. Holyoke, MA, U.S. University of Notre Dame
George Goggin N/A N/A G Sr. N/A N/A
Bill Martin 5'8" N/A F Fr. Washington, DC, U.S. Georgetown Preparatory School
(North Bethesda, MD)
J. Louis Monarch N/A N/A G So. Boston, MA, U.S. Boston College HS
John Regis N/A N/A F Sr. N/A N/A
Fred Rice N/A N/A C Grad. Stud. Washington, DC, U.S. George Washington University
Frank Schlosser N/A N/A C So. Washington, DC, U.S. United States Army

1909–10 schedule and results

Sources[7][8][9][10]

It was common practice at this time for colleges and universities to include non-collegiate opponents in their schedules, with the games recognized as part of their official record for the season, and the games against Baltimore Medical College and the Washington YMCA all counted as part of Georgetown's won-loss record for 1909-10. It was not until 1952, after the completion of the 1951-52 season, that the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) ruled that colleges and universities could no longer count games played against non-collegiate opponents in their annual won-loss records.[11]

Georgetown lost at Navy this season, the first of 15 straight losses to the Midshipmen. Georgetown's next victory over Navy would not take place until 1928.[12]

Date
time, TV
Opponent Result Record Site
city, state
Regular Season
Sat., Nov. 27, 1909
no, no
Baltimore Medical W 25–15  1-0
Odd Fellows Hall 
Washington, DC
Fri., Dec. 10, 1909
no, no
at Seton Hall L 16–21  1-1
N/A 
South Orange, NJ
Sat., Dec. 11, 1909
no, no
at Columbia L 11–21  1-2
University Heights Gymnasium 
New York, NY
Sun., Dec. 12, 1909
no, no
at New York University L 16–31  1-3
N/A 
New York, NY
Mon., Dec. 13, 1909
no, no
at St. John's L 26–41  1-4
N/A 
New York, NY
Tue., Dec. 28, 1909
no, no
at Columbia cancelled N/A 
New York, NY
Thu., Dec. 30, 1909
no, no
at Yale cancelled N/A 
New Haven, CT
Fri., Jan. 7, 1910
no, no
at City College of New York cancelled N/A 
New York, NY
Tue., Jan. 11, 1910
no, no
at Manhattan cancelled N/A 
New York, NY
Sat., Jan. 22, 1910
no, no
at Navy L 25–37  1-5
Dahlgren Hall 
Annapolis, MD
Wed., Jan. 26, 1910
no, no
Villanova cancelled Odd Fellows Hall 
Washington, DC
Thu., Jan. 27, 1910
no, no
Mount St. Mary's cancelled Odd Fellows Hall 
Washington, DC
Wed., Feb. 2, 1910
no, no
Virginia W 32–20  2-5
Odd Fellows Hall 
Washington, DC
Fri., Feb. 11, 1910
no, no
Delaware cancelled Odd Fellows Hall 
Washington, DC
Sat., Feb. 12, 1910
no, no
at Army L 17–48  2-6
N/A 
West Point, NY
Sat., Feb. 19, 1910
no, no
Washington and Lee cancelled Odd Fellows Hall 
Washington, DC
Tue., Feb. 22, 1910
no, no
at Delaware cancelled N/A 
Newark, DE
Thu., Feb. 24, 1910
no, no
at Virginia L 26–27  2-7
Fayerweather Gymnasium 
Charlottesville, VA
Sat., Feb. 26, 1910
no, no
at Washington YMCA W 34–19  3-7
YMCA Hall 
Washington, DC
Thu., Mar. 3, 1910
no, no
Baltimore Medical W 32–17  4-7
Odd Fellows Hall 
Washington, DC
Sat., Mar. 5, 1910
no, no
Washington YMCA W 19–12  5-7
Odd Fellows Hall 
Washington, DC
*Non-conference game. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.

References

  1. ^ a b "Georgetown Basketball History Project: Head Coaches". 2017-05-27. Archived from the original on 2017-05-27. Retrieved 2018-03-19.
  2. ^ The Georgetown Basketball History Project: Home Courts
  3. ^ a b The Georgetown Basketball History Project: The Top 100: 56. Frank Schlosser
  4. ^ "The Georgetown Basketball History Project: Rosters 1906-07 to 1909-1910". Archived from the original on 2017-02-12. Retrieved 2014-01-21.
  5. ^ Georgetown Basketball History Project: All-Time Player Directory[permanent dead link]
  6. ^ "Georgetown Basketball History Project: Team Rosters". 2017-02-12. Archived from the original on 2017-02-12. Retrieved 2018-03-19.
  7. ^ Georgetown Basketball History Project: 1900s Records
  8. ^ The Georgetown Basketball History Project: Records vs. All Opponents
  9. ^ 2012-2013 Georgetown Men's Basketball Media Guide, p. 58.
  10. ^ "1909-10 Georgetown Hoyas Schedule and Results | College Basketball at Sports-Reference.com". 2016-03-04. Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2018-03-19.
  11. ^ "Georgetown Basketball History Project: Record Book". 2017-02-12. Archived from the original on 2017-02-12.
  12. ^ "Georgetown Basketball History Project". 2017-02-12. Archived from the original on 2017-02-12. Retrieved 2018-03-19.
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