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1981–82 Syracuse Orangemen basketball team

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1981–82 Syracuse Orangemen men's basketball
ConferenceBig East Conference
1981–82 record16–13 (7–7 Big East)
Head coach
Home arenaCarrier Dome
Seasons
← 1980–81
1982–83 →
1981–82 Big East men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Villanova 11 3   .786     24 8   .750
No. 6 Georgetown 10 4   .714     30 7   .811
St. John's 9 5   .643     21 9   .700
Boston College 8 6   .571     22 10   .688
Syracuse 7 7   .500     16 13   .552
Connecticut 7 7   .500     17 11   .607
Providence 2 12   .143     10 17   .370
Seton Hall 2 12   .143     11 16   .407
1982 Big East Tournament winner
As of March 29, 1982[1]; Rankings from AP Poll

The 1981–82 Syracuse Orangemen basketball team represented Syracuse University during the 1981–82 NCAA men's basketball season.

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Roster

  • G Tony Bruin
  • F/C Andre Hawkins
  • F Sean Kerins
  • F Chris Lewis
  • F Ron Payton
  • G Calvin Perry
  • F Leo Rautins
  • F Erich Santifer
  • G Sonny Spera
  • C. Timberlake
  • F Gene Waldron
  • Greg Watson
  • F/C Peter Wynne

[2][3]

References

  1. ^ sports-reference.com 1981-82 Big East Conference Season Summary
  2. ^ College Basketball @ Sports-Reference.com. Retrieved 2016-Mar-29.
  3. ^ "Orange routed by BC". Press and Sun-Bulletin. Binghamton, New York. 23 February 1982. p. 23. Retrieved 2 January 2021 – via Newspapers.com open access.
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