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Louisiana Tech Bulldogs basketball

Louisiana Tech Bulldogs
2014–15 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs basketball team
Louisiana Tech Bulldogs athletic logo
University Louisiana Tech
First season 1909–10
Conference C-USA
Location Ruston, La.
Head coach Michael White (4th year)
Arena Thomas Assembly Center
(Capacity: 8,000)
Nickname Bulldogs
Colors

Blue and Red

            
Uniforms
Home jersey
Team colours
Home
Away jersey
Team colours
Away
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1985
NCAA Tournament appearances
NAIA: 1942, 1946, 1953, 1955
Division II: 1967, 1971
Division I: 1984, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1991
Conference tournament champions
Southland: 1984, 1985, 1987
American South: 1988, 1989, 1991
Conference regular season champions
LSIAA: 1910
SIAA: 1927, 1928, 1934
Louisiana Intercollegiate: 1942, 1946, 1947, 1948
Gulf States: 1953, 1955, 1959, 1964, 1967, 1970, 1971
Southland: 1976, 1985, 1987
American South: 1988, 1990
Sun Belt: 1992, 1999
WAC: 2013
C-USA: 2014

The Louisiana Tech Bulldogs basketball program, colloquially referred to as the Dunkin' Dawgs, represents intercollegiate men's basketball at Louisiana Tech University. The school competes in Conference USA in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and play home games at the Thomas Assembly Center in Ruston, Louisiana. Michael White is in his third season as the Bulldogs' head coach.

History

Conference affiliations

Championships

Conference Regular Season Championships

Season Conference Record Head Coach
1909–10 Louisiana State Intercollegiate Athletic Association Percy S. Prince
1926–27 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association Robert S. Wynn
1927–28 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association Robert S. Wynn
1933–34 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association Hal Lee
1941–42 Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference Cecil Crowley
1945–46 Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference Cecil Crowley
1946–47 Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference Cecil Crowley
1947–48 Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference Cecil Crowley
1952–53 Gulf States Conference Cecil Crowley
1954–55 Gulf States Conference Cecil Crowley
1958–59 Gulf States Conference Cecil Crowley
1963–64 Gulf States Conference Cecil Crowley
1966–67 Gulf States Conference 11–1 Scotty Robertson
1969–70 Gulf States Conference 9–3 Scotty Robertson
1970–71 Gulf States Conference 10–0 Scotty Robertson
1975–76 Southland Conference 9–1 Emmett Hendricks
1984–85 Southland Conference 11–1 Andy Russo
1986–87 Southland Conference 9–1 Tommy Joe Eagles
1987–88 American South Conference 7–3 Tommy Joe Eagles
1989–90 American South Conference 8–2 Jerry Loyd
1991–92 Sun Belt Conference 13–3 Jerry Loyd
1998–99 Sun Belt Conference 10–4 Keith Richard
2012–13 Western Athletic Conference 16–2 Michael White
2013–14 Conference USA 13–3 Michael White

Conference Tournament Championships

Year Conference Champion Score Runner-up Most Valuable Player Site
1984 Southland Louisiana Tech 68–65 Lamar Willie Simmons Beaumont Civic Center; Beaumont, Texas
1985 Southland Louisiana Tech 70–69 Lamar Jerry Everett Thomas Assembly Center; Ruston, Louisiana
1987 Southland Louisiana Tech 58–51 Arkansas State Robert Godbolt Thomas Assembly Center; Ruston, Louisiana
1988 American South Louisiana Tech New Orleans Beaumont, Texas
1989 American South Louisiana Tech New Orleans Cajundome; Lafayette, Louisiana
1991 American South Louisiana Tech New Orleans New Orleans, Louisiana

Postseason

NCAA Tournament results

Year Round Opponent Result
1967* Regional Semifinals
Regional Final
North Dakota
Illinois State
W 86–77
L 66–89
1971* Regional Semifinals
Regional Third Place
Tennessee State
New Orleans
L 90–91
W 107–88
1984 First Round
Second Round
Fresno State
Houston
W 66–56
L 69–77
1985 First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
Pittsburgh
Ohio State
Oklahoma
W 78–54
W 79–67
L 84–86
1987 First Round DePaul L 62–76
1989 First Round
Second Round
La Salle
Oklahoma
W 83–74
L 81–124
1991 First Round Wake Forest L 65–71

*1967 & 1971 bids were in Division II

NIT results

Louisiana Tech has appeared in eight National Invitation Tournaments. Their combined record is 10–8.
Year Round Opponent Result
1986 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Third Place
Northern Arizona
McNeese State
Providence
Ohio State
Florida
W 67–61
W 77–61
W 64–63
L 66–79
W 67–62
1988 First Round
Second Round
Arkansas–Little Rock
Connecticut
W 66–56
L 59–65
1990 First Round Vanderbilt L 90–98OT
1992 First Round New Mexico L 84–90
2002 Opening Round
First Round
Second Round
Louisiana–Lafayette
Vanderbilt
Villanova
W 83–63
W 83–68
L 64–67
2006 First Round Clemson L 53–69
2013 First Round
Second Round
Florida State
Southern Miss
W 71–66
L 52–63
2014 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Iona
Georgia
Florida State
W 89–88
W 79–71
L 75–78

CIT results

Louisiana Tech has appeared in one CollegeInsider.com Tournament. Their record is 1–1.
Year Round Opponent Result
2010 First Round
Quarterfinals
Southern Miss
Missouri State
W 66–57
L 40–69

Home venues

Memorial Gymnasium (1952–1982)

In 1952, Memorial Gymnasium was constructed on the Louisiana Tech University campus in Ruston to serve as the home of the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs basketball team. Today Memorial Gym serves as a practice facility for the basketball team.

Thomas Assembly Center (1982–present)

Thomas Assembly Center

Players

Basketball Hall of Fame

Retired Jerseys

Karl Malone

All-Americans

Conference Player of the Year

Bulldogs in the NBA

P.J. Brown

Coaches

Paul Millsap

Head coaching records

Coach Years Seasons Games Win Loss Pct.
Percy S. Prince 1909–1911 2 9 5 4 .556
R. C. Kenney 1925–1926 1 14 7 7 .500
Robert S. Wynn 1926–1931 5 116 61 55 .526
Hal Lee 1931–1934 3 43 24 19 .558
Eddie McLane 1934–1936 2 38 26 12 .684
Herb Duggins 1936–1940 4 73 27 46 .370
Cecil Crowley 1940–1942, 1945–1964 21 490 269 221 .549
Joe Aillet 1944–1945 1 17 5 12 .294
Scotty Robertson 1964–1974 10 247 161 86 .652
Emmett Hendricks 1974–1977 3 77 40 37 .519
J.D. Barnett 1977–1979 2 52 23 29 .442
Andy Russo 1979–1985 6 177 122 55 .689
Tommy Joe Eagles 1985–1989 4 127 87 40 .685
Jerry Loyd 1989–1994 5 145 73 72 .503
Jim Wooldridge 1994–1998 4 111 52 59 .468
Keith Richard 1998–2007 9 267 150 117 .562
Kerry Rupp 2007–2011 4 130 57 73 .438
Michael White 2011–present 3 105 74 31 .705
Total
88 2238 1263 975 .564
1942–1943, 1943–1944: Basketball discontinued due to World War II

Conference Coach of the Year

Tim Floyd

Bulldogs in Coaching

References

External links

  • Official Website of Louisiana Tech Bulldogs Basketball
  • 2013–14 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs basketball media guide
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