1923–24 Chicago Maroons men's basketball team

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1923–24 Chicago Maroons men's basketball
Chicago Maroons logo.svg
Big Ten Conference Co-Champions
Conference Big Ten Conference
1923–24 record 11–6 (8–4 Big Ten)
Head coach Nelson Norgren (3rd season)
Home arena Bartlett Gymnasium
Seasons
1923–24 Big Ten Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Wisconsin 8 4   .667     11 5   .688
Chicago 8 4   .667     11 6   .647
Illinois 8 4   .667     11 6   .647
Ohio State 7 5   .583     12 5   .706
Purdue 7 5   .583     12 5   .706
Indiana 7 5   .583     11 6   .647
Michigan 6 6   .500     10 7   .588
Minnesota 5 7   .417     9 8   .529
Iowa 4 8   .333     7 10   .412
Northwestern 0 12   .000     0 16   .000
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1923–24 Chicago Maroons men's basketball team represented the University of Chicago.

Regular season[edit]

The 1923–24 Chicago Maroons men's basketball season was the third of thirty-four seasons for head coach Nelson Norgren, this group was last Big Ten champion for the Maroons as they would leave the conference in 1946. The team would play 12 conference games and finish with 8 wins and 4 losses, the Maroons were led by captain Campbell Dickson, who would go on to coach football at Minnesota, Chicago, Beloit, Wisconsin, Princeton, Michigan and Hamilton. Additionally, the team rounded out the starting five with Harrison Barnes and Joseph Duggan at guard, Harold Alea and Dickson at forward, and William Weiss at center.

At seasons end, Campbell Dickson, was awarded the Big Ten Medal of Honor, while also being named 1st-team all-conference forward.[1][2]

Roster[edit]

Player Position Class Hometown
Campbell Dickson captain Forward Senior Chicago, IL
Joseph Bernard Duggan Guard Senior
Harrison Everett Barnes Guard Junior
Harold B. Alyea Forward Junior Atchison, KS
William Charles Weiss Center Sophomore
Joseph Francis Smidl Center Junior
McCarthy Substitute
Francis Substitute
Stevens Substitute

[3]

Schedule[edit]

Date
time, TV
Opponent Result Record Site (attendance)
city, state
12/15/1923*
no, no
vs Armour Post/American Legion L 16–18  0–1 (0–0)
Bartlett Gymnasium (–)
Chicago, IL
12/28/1923*
no, no
vs DePauw L 18–24  0–2 (0–0)
Bartlett Gymnasium (–)
Chicago, IL
1/3/1924*
no, no
vs Yale W 24–21  1–2 (0–0)
Bartlett Gymnasium (–)
Chicago, IL
1/5/1924
no, no
@ Purdue L 24–35  1–3 (0–1)
Memorial Gymnasium (–)
West Lafayette, IN
1/9/1924
no, no
@ Northwestern W 26–18  2–3 (1–1)
Patten Gymnasium (–)
Evanston, IL
1/19/1924
no, no
vs Indiana W 29–24  3–3 (2–1)
Bartlett Gymnasium (–)
Chicago, IL
1/26/1924
no, no
vs Wisconsin W 35–18  4–3 (3–1)
Bartlett Gymnasium (–)
Chicago, IL
2/2/1924
no, no
vs Iowa W 31–18  5–3 (4–1)
Bartlett Gymnasium (–)
Chicago, IL
2/9/1924
no, no
vs Michigan W 20–18  6–3 (5–1)
Bartlett Gymnasium (–)
Chicago, IL
2/16/1924
no, no
@ Iowa L 13–21  6–4 (5–2)
Iowa Armory (–)
Iowa City, IA
2/23/1924
no, no
@ Indiana W 26–25  7–4 (6–2)
Men's Gymnasium (–)
Bloomington, IN
2/27/1924
no, no
vs Northwestern W 42–26  8–4 (7–2)
Bartlett Gymnasium (–)
Chicago, IL
3/1/1924*
no, no
@ Michigan L 23–24  8–5 (7–3)
Waterman Gymnasium (–)
Ann Arbor, MI
3/6/1924*
no, no
vs Purdue W 35–31  9–5 (8–3)
Bartlett Gymnasium (–)
Chicago, IL
3/15/1924*
no, no
@ Wisconsin L 14–30  9–6 (8–4)
University of Wisconsin Armory and Gymnasium (–)
Madison, WI
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Central Time.

Bold Italic connotes conference game[4][5]

Awards and honors[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Medal of Honor Recipients through 2014
  2. ^ "2013–14 Chicago Maroons Men's Basketball Media Guide" (PDF). History. University of Chicago. 2013. Retrieved May 13, 2014. 
  3. ^ The Cap and Gown, Volume XXIX, published 1924
  4. ^ "Chicago Maroons season-by-season results". sports-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. 2014. Retrieved May 13, 2014. 
  5. ^ The Cap and Gown, Volume XXIX, published 1924