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1943 NCAA Men's Basketball All-Americans

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The consensus 1943 College Basketball All-American team, as determined by aggregating the results of four major All-American teams.[1] To earn "consensus" status, a player must win honors from a majority of the following teams: the Helms Athletic Foundation, Converse, The Sporting News, and Pic Magazine.

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1943 Consensus All-America team

Consensus First Team
Player Class Team
Ed Beisser Senior Creighton
Charles B. Black Sophomore Kansas
Harry Boykoff Sophomore St. John's
Bill Closs Senior Rice
Andy Phillip Junior Illinois
Kenny Sailors Junior Wyoming
George Senesky Senior Saint Joseph's

Consensus Second Team
Player Class Team
Gale Bishop Junior Washington State
Otto Graham Junior Northwestern
John Kotz Senior Wisconsin
Robert Rensberger Senior Notre Dame
Gene Rock Junior Southern California
Gerry Tucker Junior Oklahoma

Individual All-America teams

All-America Team
First team Second team Third team
Player School Player School Player School
Helms[2] Gale Bishop Washington State Ed Beisser Creighton No third team
Bill Closs Rice Harry Boykoff St. John's
Ray Evans Kansas Ted Gossard Southern California
John Mahnken Georgetown John Hargis Texas
Bill Morris Washington Milo Komenich Wyoming
Andy Phillip Illinois John Kotz Wisconsin
Robert Rensberger Notre Dame Oran McKinney Western Kentucky
Kenny Sailors Wyoming George Mikan DePaul
George Senesky Saint Joseph's Bob Mullens Fordham
Gerry Tucker Oklahoma Stanley Skaug Dartmouth
Converse Harry Boykoff St. John's Ed Beisser Creighton Hal Gensichen Western Michigan
Andy Phillip Illinois Charles B. Black Kansas Otto Graham Northwestern
Kenny Sailors Wyoming Bill Closs Rice Milo Komenich Wyoming
George Senesky Saint Joseph's Robert Rensberger Notre Dame John Kotz Wisconsin
Gerry Tucker Oklahoma Gene Rock Southern California Jack Smiley Illinois
Pic Magazine Ed Beisser Creighton Harry Boykoff St. John's John Abramovic Salem
Charles B. Black Kansas Don Durdan Oregon State Bill Closs Rice
John Kotz Wisconsin Jerry Fleishman NYU Bob Faught Notre Dame
Andy Phillip Illinois Kenny Sailors Wyoming Milt Ticco Kentucky
Gene Rock Southern California George Senesky Saint Joseph's Clayton Wynne Arkansas
Sporting News Charles B. Black Kansas Bill Closs Rice Ed Beisser Creighton
Harry Boykoff St. John's Don Durdan Oregon State Gale Bishop Washington State
Otto Graham Northwestern John Hargis Texas Robert Faught Notre Dame
Andy Phillip Illinois Dave Minor Toledo Gene Rock Southern California
Kenny Sailors Wyoming Bob Mullens Fordham Stanley Skaug Dartmouth
George Senesky Saint Joseph's Robert Rensberger Notre Dame Joseph Walthall West Virginia


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