1931–32 Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball team

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1931–32 Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball
Conference Big Ten Conference
1931–32 record 8–10 (4–8 Big Ten)
Head coach Everett Dean (8th season)
Captain Jay Campbell
Home arena The Fieldhouse
Seasons
1931–32 Big Ten Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Purdue 11 1   .917     17 1   .944
Minnesota 9 3   .750     15 3   .833
Northwestern 9 3   .750     13 5   .722
Michigan 8 4   .667     11 6   .647
Illinois 7 5   .583     11 6   .647
Ohio State 5 7   .417     9 9   .500
Indiana 4 8   .333     8 10   .444
Wisconsin 3 9   .250     8 10   .444
Iowa 3 9   .250     5 12   .294
Chicago 1 11   .083     2 15   .118
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1931–32 Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball team represented Indiana University. Their head coach was Everett Dean, who was in his 8th year. The team played its home games in The Fieldhouse in Bloomington, Indiana, and was a member of the Big Ten Conference.

The Hoosiers finished the regular season with an overall record of 8–10 and a conference record of 4–8, finishing 7th in the Big Ten Conference.[1]

Roster[edit]

No. Name Position Ht. Year Hometown
3 Jay Campbell F 5–7 Sr. Shelbyville, Indiana
4 Warren Tucker F 6–1 N/A Salem, Indiana
5 Bernard Dickey F/C 6–1 Jr. Fort Wayne, Indiana
8 Arnold Suddith G 6–1 So. Martinsville, Indiana
9 Joseph Zeller G 6–1 Sr. East Chicago, Indiana
10 Bill Blagrave G 6–2 Sr. Washington, Indiana
12 Ernest Youngblood F 5–11 So. Veedersburg, Indiana
13 Glendon Hodson F 6–1 Jr. Amo, Indiana
14 Halary Sawicki C 6–3 Jr. Georgetown, Illinois
15 Victor Dauer F 5–11 Sr. Gary, Indiana
16 Ray Dauer F 6–1 So. Gary, Indiana
17 William Cordell G 5–9 Jr. Bloomington, Indiana
18 Woodrow Weir F 5–10 So. Scottsburg, Indiana
21 Taylor Hoffar C 6–1 Jr. Seymour, Indiana
22 George Reed C 6–3 N/A Kokomo, Indiana

Schedule/Results[edit]

Date
time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site
city, state
Regular Season
12/8/1931*
Miami (OH) W 24–18  1–0
The Fieldhouse 
Bloomington, IN
12/12/1931*
at Notre Dame W 23–18  2–0
Notre Dame Fieldhouse 
Notre Dame, IN
12/16/1931*
Pittsburgh L 24–29  2–1
The Fieldhouse 
Bloomington, IN
12/30/1931*
at DePauw L 19–26  2–2
 
Greencastle, IN
1/4/1932
at Purdue
Rivalry
L 30–49  2–3 (0–1)
Memorial Gymnasium 
West Lafayette, IN
1/9/1932
at Northwestern L 23–29  2–4 (0–2)
Old Patten Gymnasium 
Evanston, IL
1/11/1932
Illinois
Rivalry
L 22–30  2–5 (0–3)
The Fieldhouse 
Bloomington, IN
1/16/1932
at Minnesota L 35–37  2–6 (0–4)
Minnesota Field House 
Minneapolis, MN
1/18/1932
Iowa W 35–27  3–6 (1–4)
The Fieldhouse 
Bloomington, IN
2/2/1932*
at Xavier W 18–16  4–6 (1–4)
Schmidt Field House 
Cincinnati, OH
2/4/1932*
Marquette W 30–18  5–6 (1–4)
The Fieldhouse 
Bloomington, IN
2/8/1932
Northwestern L 25–29  5–7 (1–5)
The Fieldhouse 
Bloomington, IN
2/13/1932
Minnesota W 27–22  6–7 (2–5)
The Fieldhouse 
Bloomington, IN
2/15/1932
Wisconsin W 33–21  7–7 (3–5)
The Fieldhouse 
Bloomington, IN
2/20/1932
at Iowa W 34–33  8–7 (4–5)
Iowa Field House 
Iowa City, IA
2/22/1932
Purdue
Rivalry
L 29–42  8–8 (4–6)
The Fieldhouse 
Bloomington, IN
3/5/1932
at Wisconsin L 26–34  8–9 (4–7)
Wisconsin Field House 
Madison, WI
3/7/1932
at Illinois
Rivalry
L 32–33  8–10 (4–8)
Huff Hall 
Champaign, IL
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Indiana Basketball Men's Database". IndyStar. Retrieved November 26, 2015.