1909–10 Chicago Maroons men's basketball team

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1909–10 Chicago Maroons men's basketball
University of Chicago Basketball Team, Intercollegiate Champions, 1909-10.jpg
Conference Big Ten Conference
1909–10 record 10–3 (9–3 Western)
Head coach Joseph Raycroft (4th season)
Assistant coach John Schommer
Captain Arthur Hoffman
Home arena Bartlett Gymnasium
Seasons
1909–10 Western Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Chicago 9 3   .750     10 3   .769
Minnesota 7 3   .700     10 3   .769
Wisconsin 7 5   .583     9 5   .643
Illinois 5 4   .556     5 4   .556
Purdue 5 5   .500     8 5   .615
Iowa 2 2   .500     11 3   .786
Indiana 3 7   .300     5 8   .385
Northwestern 0 9   .000     0 9   .000
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1909–10 Chicago Maroons men's basketball team represented the University of Chicago in intercollegiate basketball during the 1909–10 season. The team finished the season with a 10–3 record[1] This was the fourth consecutive season for which Chicago was the Western Conference champion. The team played their home games on campus at Frank Dickinson Bartlett Gymnasium.

At seasons end, Pat Page was named an All-American, while also being named the Helms Foundation National Player of the Year.[2] For Page, it was his fourth consecutive All-American honor; for the University, it was the second Helms National Player of the Year award earned by a player.

Roster[edit]

Player Position Class Hometown
Arthur Hoffman captain Guard Senior Chicago, IL
Harlan "Pat" Page Guard Senior Chicago, IL
Edwin Hubble Center Senior Marshfield, MO
John S. Edwards Center Sophomore Sunbury, OH
Clark George Sauer Forward Sophomore Dana, IL
Joy Reichelt Clark Forward Senior Omaha, NE
Alfred Crenshaw Kelly, Jr. Forward Senior Chicago, IL
Fay George Fulkerson Substitute Junior Holden, MO
John Bellew Boyle Substitute Sophomore Morris, IL
Charles Everett Brown Substitute Sophomore Chicago, IL
Meyer Goldstein Substitute Junior Chicago, IL

Schedule[edit]

Source[3]

Date
time, TV
Opponent Result Record Site
city, state
1/15/1910
no, no
vs. Northwestern W 31-4  1-0 (1-0)
Bartlett Gymnasium 
Chicago, IL
1/21/1910
no, no
vs. Indiana W 50–12  2-0 (2-0)
Bartlett Gymnasium 
Chicago, IL
1/25/1910
no, no
@ Northwestern W 45–6  3-0 (3-0)
Patten Gymnasium 
Evanston, IL
1/28/1910
no, no
vs. Wisconsin W 16–14  4-0 (4-0)
Bartlett Gymnasium 
Chicago, IL
2/5/1910
no, no
vs. Purdue W 30–19  5-0 (5-0)
Bartlett Gymnasium 
Chicago, IL
2/8/1910
no, no
@ Illinois W 21–11  6-0 (5-0)
Kenney Gym 
Urbana, IL
2/12/1910
no, no
@ Minnesota L 10–15  6-1 (6-1)
University of Minnesota Armory 
Minneapolis, MN
2/18/1910
no, no
@ Purdue W 26–17  7-1 (7-1)
Lafayette Colliseum 
West Lafayette, IN
2/19/1910
no, no
@ Indiana W 31–8  8-1 (8-1)
Old Assembly Hall 
Bloomington, IN
2/26/1910
no, no
vs. Illinois L 15–24  8-2 (8-2)
Bartlett Gymnasium 
Chicago, IL
3/5/1910
no, no
@ Wisconsin L 10–11  8-3 (8-3)
University of Wisconsin Armory and Gymnasium 
Madison, WI
3/12/1910
no, no
vs. Minnesota W 18–15  9-3 (9-3)
Bartlett Gymnasium 
Chicago, IL
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Central Time.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Chicago Maroons season-by-season results". sports-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. 2014. Retrieved May 13, 2014. 
  2. ^ "2013–14 Chicago Maroons Men's Basketball Media Guide" (PDF). History. University of Chicago. 2013. Retrieved May 13, 2014. 
  3. ^ [1], The Cap and Gown