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Basketball Times college all-american teams?

Postby TigerDSL » Thu May 20, 2010 3:54 pm

I am trying to collect all of the college all-american teams selected by Basketball Times over the years. I have been unable to obtain them from BT directly.

Does anyone have any suggestions on where I can locate this information?

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Postby rlee » Thu May 20, 2010 10:12 pm

What years do you need?
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Postby TigerDSL » Fri May 21, 2010 3:49 pm

rlee wrote:What years do you need?


I am looking for all years.
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Postby rlee » Fri May 21, 2010 4:10 pm

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Postby rlee » Fri May 21, 2010 4:25 pm

87-88:

NEW YORK (AP) - Hersey Hawkins of Bradley has been
named college basketball player of the year by Basketball Times.
The publication named Lute Olson of Arizona coach of the year
and Mark Macon of Temple freshman of the year.
Joining Hawkins and Macon on the first team were J.R. Reid of
North Carolina, Danny Manning of Kansas and Danny Ferry of
Duke. The second team consists of Sean Elliott of Arizona,
Michael Smith of Brigham Young, Harvey Grant of Oklahoma,
Gary Grant of Michigan and Sherman Douglas of Syracuse.
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Postby rlee » Fri May 21, 2010 6:18 pm

85-86:

DETROIT (DPI) — Michigan Slate guard
Scott Skiles has been selected college basket;
. ball's Player of the Year by the weekly
publication Basketball Times, ft was an-
nounced Tuesday.
Joining Skiles on the publication's first
team were forward Lenny Bias of Maryland,
center Kenny Walker of Kentucky, forward
Walter Berry of St. John's, and guard Johnny
Dawkins of Duke. Dawkins' coach, Mike
Krzyzewski. was named Basketball Times'
Coach of the Year.
"I'd like to point out," said the paper's
editor. Larry Donald, "these selections were
made a couple of weeks ago, before the
NCAA tournament."
On the paper's second team were Danny
Manning of Kansas. Miami of Ohio's Ron
Harper. Brad Daugherty of North Carolina.
Dell Curry of Virginia Tech and Andre
Turner of Memphis Stale.
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Postby dquinn1575 » Fri May 21, 2010 6:50 pm

I probably have some years at home; Ill check
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Postby Jon Scott » Fri May 21, 2010 7:38 pm

Wikipedia lists the Players of the Year going back to 1982, but not the entire teams. According to the article, Basketball Times launched in October 1978.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basketball_Times

Basketball Times Players of the Year:
2009 - Blake Griffin, Oklahoma
2008 - Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina
2007 - Kevin Durant, Texas
2006 - Adam Morrison, Gonzaga, J.J. Redick, Duke
2005 - Andrew Bogut, Utah
2004 - Jameer Nelson, Saint Joseph’s
2003 - David West, Xavier
2002 - Jason Williams, Duke
2001 - Shane Battier, Duke
2000 - Kenyon Martin, Cincinnati
1999 - Jason Terry, Arizona
1998 - Antawn Jamison, North Carolina
1997 - Tim Duncan, Wake Forest
1996 - Marcus Camby, Massachusetts
1995 - Ed O'Bannon, UCLA
1994 - Glenn Robinson, Purdue
1993 - Jamal Mashburn, Kentucky
1992 - Christian Laettner, Duke
1991 - Larry Johnson, UNLV
1990 - Derrick Coleman, Syracuse
1989 - Sean Elliott, Arizona
1988 - Hersey Hawkins, Bradley
1987 - Kenny Smith, North Carolina
1986 - Scott Skiles, Michigan State
1985 - Patrick Ewing, Georgetown
1984 - Akeem Olajuwon, Houston
1983 - Ralph Sampson, Virginia
1982 - Ralph Sampson, Virginia

Note that the Basketball Times is apparently not considered one of the top sources for All-Americans since it is not included as one of the sources the NCAA uses when determining All-American lists or included in other lists, such as in Mike Douchant's book on College Basketball.

Otherwise, one could use those lists and back out the teams from a particular service (ie AP, USBWA etc.) if necessary.

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Postby rlee » Sat May 22, 2010 8:28 am

92-93:

1) Calbert Cheaney, Chris Webber, Bobby Hurley, Jamal Mashburn, Glenn Robinson
2) Ervin Johnson, Rodney Rogers, Penny Hardaway, JR Rider, Billy McCaffrey
3) Josh Grant, Vin Baker, Eric Montross, Chris Mills, Nick Van Exel

89-90:

1) Lionel Simmons, Larry Johnson, Derrick Coleman, Gary Payton, Dennis Scott
2) Steve Smith, Christian Laettner, Anthony Peeler, Chris Jackson
3) Todd Day, Tyrone Hill, Felton Spencer, Rumeal Robinson, Bo Kimble

88-89:

1) Mookie Blaylock, Sean Elliott, Pervis Ellison, Danny Ferry, Derrick Coleman
2) Todd Lichti, Chris Jackson,Stacey King, George McCloud, Lionel Simmons
3) Jay Burson, Jay Edwards, Alonzo Mourning, Tom Hammonds, JR Reid

86-87:

1) Dennis Hopson, Derrick McKey, David Robinson, Kenny Smith, Steve Alford
2) Horace Grant, Danny Manning, Armon Gilliam, Mark Jackson, Reggie Williams
3) Ken Norman, Charles Smith, Dallas Comegys, Nate Blackwell, Derrick Chievous
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Postby rlee » Sat May 22, 2010 9:04 pm

91-92:


First Team:
Christian Laettner, Duke; Byron
Houston, Oklahoma Stale; Shaquille
O'Neal, LSU; Harold Miner, Southern
Cal; Jim Jackson, Ohio State.

Second Team
Don MacLean, UCLA; Jamal Mash-
burn, Kentucky; Alonzo Mourning,
Georgetown; Chris Smith, Connecticut;
Bobby Hurley, Duke.

Third Team
Walt Williams, Maryland; Tom Gugllotta, N.C. Stale; Adam Keefe, Stanford;
Lee Mayberrv, Arkansas; Anthony Peeler, Missouri.
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Postby TigerDSL » Mon May 24, 2010 5:55 pm

Thanks guys. If you have any other years (or a link to where I can find them), please post them.

Does anyone have BT's NCAA Division II or NAIA All-American teams also?

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Postby dquinn1575 » Wed May 26, 2010 3:33 am

I found my stash; let me know if you need any more info on the names or schools

1979

1st team

Bird Indiana State
Natt NE La
Cartwright San Fran
Moncrief Arkansas
Johnson Michigan State

2nd team

Greenwood UCLA
Kesler MSU
Gminski Duke
Ransey Ohio State
Ainge BYU

3rd team

Reggie King ALa
Mike O'Koren UNC
JC Carroll Purdue
Jim Paxson Dayton
Vinnie Johnson Baylor
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Postby dquinn1575 » Wed May 26, 2010 3:37 am

1980

1st
Aguirre DePaul Brooks LaSalle Sampson Va Griffith Louisville Ransey Ohio State

2nd
Vandeweghe UCLA King Maryland Gminski Duke Macy Kentucky Blackman Kansas State

3rd
McHale Minne Lloyd Drake JC Carroll Purdue Lowes Moore WVa Don Collins Wash State


1981

1st
Sampson Va Tripucka ND THomas IU Ainge BYU Aguirre DePaul

2nd
Vranes Utah Wood UNC Bowie Ky Blackman Kan St Frank Johnson Wake Forest

3rd
Macklin LSU Lamp UVa Johnson Oregon St Ethan Martin LSU Valentine Kansas
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Postby dquinn1575 » Wed May 26, 2010 3:40 am

1982
(5 Teams)

1st

Frazier Missouri Wilkins Ga Sampson Va Cummings DePaul Worthy UNC

2nd
Magee UC Irvine Carr Wichita State Ellis Tenn Dailey San Fran Conner Ore
St

3rd
Thomspon Conn Levingston Wichitat Perkins UNC Pierce Rice Paxson Notre Dame

4th
Solomon Va Tech Kellogg Ohio State Breuer Minne Bagley Boston Coll Greg Jones WVa

5th
Garnett Wyo Anderson Bradley Lee Memphis State Perry Moss Northeastern FLoyd Georgetown
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Postby dquinn1575 » Wed May 26, 2010 3:42 am

1983 (5 teams)

1

Ellis Tenn Lee Mem Sampson Va Whatley Ala Jordan UNC

2

Picnkney Villa Green UNLV Ewing Georgetown Mullin St Johns Wood Fullerton St

3

Perkins UNC Tisdale Okl Olajuwon Hou Paxson N Dame Jones WVa

4
Carr Wichita State Rodney McCray Lou Pinone Villa Sundvold Mo WIggins Fla State

5
Cage San Diego St Hinson Rutgers Breuer Minne Jeff Malone Miss State Steve Burtt Iona
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Postby dquinn1575 » Wed May 26, 2010 3:45 am

1984

1
Perkins UNC Tisdale Okl Olajuwon Hou Jordan UNC Mullin St J
2
Cage SDState Barkley Aub Ewing George Wood Full St Durrant BYU
3
McDaniel Wich St Lee Mem St Turpin UKy Charles NCSt Price Ga Tech


1985

1
Tisdale Okl McDaniel Wich Ewing Georgetown Mullin StJ Dawkins Duke
2
Lee Mem St Walker UKy Koncak SMU Price Ga Tech Vincent Mich St
3
Addison Syr Hughes Loyola-IL Tarpley Mich Mitchell UAB Harris Tulsa
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Postby dquinn1575 » Wed May 26, 2010 3:46 am

1986 3rd team (1 and 2 above)

Person Auburb
Tarpley Michigan
Robinson Navy
Washington Syracuse
Alford IU

1988 3rd team

Richmond Kansas St
Mitchell Purdue
Perdue Vanderbilt
Chapman UKy
Rivers NDame
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Postby dquinn1575 » Wed May 26, 2010 3:52 am

1995

1
Respert Mich St Smith Md Wallace UNC Stoudamire Ariz Ed OBannon UCLA

2
Roe Mass Stackhouse UNC Allen UConn Reeves Okl St Kittles Villa

3
Trent OhioU Minor Okla Duncan Wake Forest Moten Syr Thurman Ark

1999

1
Brand Duke Hamilton UConn Terry Ariz Miller Utah Porter Auburb

2
Cleaves MichSt Penn Ohio St James MiaFL Eschmeyer Northwestern Lewis Minn3

3
Davis UCLA Artest StJ Langdon Duke Francis Md Nailon TCU

2000 (Last one I have)

1
Sanchez Temple Penn Ohio St Martin CInci Fizer Ia St Murphy NDame

2
Guyton Ind CLeaves Mich St Mihm Texas Swift LSU Battier Duke

3
Gardner Ariz Alexander Fresno St Langhi Vanderbilt Carrawell Duke Mason Okla St
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Postby rlee » Fri May 28, 2010 2:07 pm

88-89:

NCAA II:

POY: Terry Davis, VA Union

1st team:
Darryl Thomas, Troy State
Jim Ferrer, Bentley
Davis
Mike Higgins, No. Colo.
Leo Parent, Lowell

2nd team:
Ray Pugh, So. Missouri
Kris Kearney, Fla So.
Frank Sillmon, Ala A&M
Joe Miller, Califronia (PA)

3rd team:
Michael Johnson, Alaska-Anch.
Derek Fields, No. Ky.
Anthony Blackmon, Dominguez Hills
Albert English, Va. Union


NCAAIII

1st team:
Matt Hancock, Colby
Greg Grant, Trenton ST
Jeff Kuehl, Ill. Wesleyan
Steve Allison, Wittenberg
Steve Babiarz, Potsdam St

2nd team:
Ralph Baker, Hampden-Sydney
Danny Johnson, Centre
Mark Warren, Cal-San Bern.
Lamont Strothers, Chris. Nwpt
Elbert Gordon, Wis-Whitewater

3rd:
Del Harrison, Jersey City State
Chris Jacobs, W&L
Grant Glover, Rust
Bill Sall, Calvin
Jeff Bowers, So. Maine


NAIA
POY: Philip Hutcheson, D Lipscomb

1st:
Nick Sanford, Lincoln Memorial
Ed Walker, St. Tho Aquinas
Joh Behling, Belmont
Hutcheson
John Holmes, So Ark

2nd:
Herman Braxton, Huron
Todd Hopkins, Bluefield
Willie Davis, Alderson-Bro
Darrin Walls, Waynesburg
Steve DeLaveaga, Cal Lutheran

3rd:
Bobby Jackson, Montavello
Ryan Sprecker, Emporia ST
Greg Colbert, Wayland Baptist
Mike Glitz, Holy Family
Mike Connor, Wheeling Jesuit


MTF
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Postby rlee » Sat May 29, 2010 12:13 am

92-93:

NCAA II:

1st team:
Alex Wright, Central Okla (co-POY)
Darrin Robinson, Sacred Heart (CT) (co-POY)
Scott Guldseth, Orth Dakota
Anthel Hicks, Barry (FL)
Lamont Jone, Bridgeport (CT)

2nd:
Jon Dunmeyer, Millersville (PA)
Chris Bowles, So. Indiana
Ray Gutierrez, California (PA)
Nate HIggs, Eliz City (NC)
Columbus Parker, JC Smith (NC)

3rd:
Chad Birscoe, Grand Canyon (AZ)
Sean GIbson, IPFW
Terrance Jordan, Livingstone (NC)
Terry McCord, Troy State (AL)
Fred Tyler, Cent. Okla


NCAA III

1st:
Steve Honderd, Calvin (MI)
Matt Cusano, Scranton (PA)
Jason Hoppy, "
Scott Fitch, Genesco (NY)
Gerrick Monroe, Carleton (MI)

2nd:
Nick GUtman, Otterbein
Chris Knoester, Calvin
Kirk Anderson, Augustana
Chris Moore, San Diego
TJ VanWie, Wis-Platteville

3rd:
Steve Artis, Christopher Newport (VA)
Ty Evans, Wis-Whitewater
Blair Staery, Occidental
Fred Drains, Kean (NJ)
Steven Haynes, Mass-Dartmouth

NAIA

1st:
John Pierce, David Lipscomb (TN)
Scott Morgan, Dakota Wesleyan
Leon Trimmingham, Briar Cliff (IA)
Tommy Tormohlen, Berry (GA)
Antonio Harvey, Pfeiffer (NC)

2nd:
Deante Traylor, LaGrange (GA)
Pete Angelos, Bethel (TN)
Fabio Sant'Anna, Okla Baptist
David Smith, Hawaii-Pacific
Maxie Mathias, Arkansas Tech

3rd:
Kevin Franklin, Okla City
Wade Goins, Urbana
Jimmy Wheeler, St Edward's (TX)
Scott Blum, Grace (IN)
Eric Kline, Northern State (SD)

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Postby rlee » Thu Jun 10, 2010 3:27 pm

If anyone else wants scans of the 87-88 & 89-90 NAIA & NCAA II & III divs, BBall Times AA teams please let me know.

Thx

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