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1922–23 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team

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1922–23 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball
MVIAA Champions
Helms Foundation National Champions
ConferenceMissouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1922–23 record17–1 (16–0 MVIAA)
Head coachPhog Allen (6th season)
Home arenaRobinson Gymnasium
Seasons
1923–24 →
1922–23 Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Kansas 16 0   1.000     17 1   .944
Missouri 14 2   .875     15 3   .833
Drake 10 6   .625     10 6   .625
Iowa State 9 7   .563     11 7   .611
Washington University 8 8   .500     8 10   .444
Nebraska 5 11   .313     6 12   .333
Oklahoma 5 11   .313     6 12   .333
Grinnell 3 13   .188     3 13   .188
Kansas State 2 14   .125     2 14   .125
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1922–23 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team represented the University of Kansas during the 1922–23 NCAA men's basketball season in the United States. The head coach was Phog Allen, coaching in his sixth overall season with the Jayhawks. The team finished the season with a 17–1 record[1] and were named national champions by the Helms Athletic Foundation for the second consecutive season.[2]

The team was led by senior guard Paul Endacott, junior guard Charlie Black, and sophomore forward/center Tus Ackerman. Endacott and Black were both retroactively named 1923 NCAA Men's Basketball All-Americans, and Endacott was also named the national player of the year. The team also included reserve senior Adolph Rupp, who went on to have a Hall of Fame coaching career at Kentucky.

Schedule and results

Date
time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site
city, state
Regular season
1/3/1923*
at Creighton W 29–7  1–0
University Gymnnasium 
Omaha, NE
1/5/1923
Nebraska W 30–20  2–0 (1–0)
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, KS
1/8/1923
Iowa State W 22–12  3–0 (2–0)
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, KS
1/11/1923
at Iowa State W 37–17  4–0 (3–0)
State Gymnasium 
Ames, IA
1/12/1923
at Grinnell W 23–8  5–0 (4–0)
 
Grinnell, IA
1/13/1923
at Drake W 32–18  6–0 (5–0)
Des Moines Coliseum 
Des Moines, IA
1/16/1923
at Missouri
Border War
W 21–19  7–0 (6–0)
Rothwell Gymnasium 
Columbia, MO
1/17/1923
at Washington University W 34–16  8–0 (7–0)
Francis Gymnasium 
St. Louis, MO
1/22/1923
Washington University W 41–14  9–0 (8–0)
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, KS
1/24/1923*
at Kansas City Athletic Club L 23–27  9–1
 
Kansas City, MO
1/29/1923
at Oklahoma W 27–21  10–1 (9–0)
 
Norman, OK
2/7/1923
Kansas State
Sunflower Showdown
W 44–23  11–1 (10–0)
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, KS
2/12/1923
at Nebraska W 36–15  12–1 (11–0)
 
Lincoln, NE
2/17/1923
Drake W 41–11  13–1 (12–0)
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, KS
2/21/1923
at Kansas State
Sunflower Showdown
W 24–17  14–1 (13–0)
Nichols Hall 
Manhattan, KS
2/22/1923
Oklahoma W 42–18  15–1 (14–0)
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, KS
2/24/1923
Grinnell W 38–16  16–1 (15–0)
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, KS
2/28/1923
Missouri
Border War
W 23–20  17–1 (16–0)
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, KS
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.

Source[3]

References

  1. ^ "Kansas Jayhawks season-by-season results". sports-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. 2014. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  2. ^ "NCAA Division I Men's Basketball – NCAA Division I Champions". Rauzulu's Street. 2004. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
  3. ^ "2012–13 Kansas Jayhawks Men's Basketball Media Guide". Yearly Results (p. 187). University of Kansas. 2012. Retrieved May 22, 2014.
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