1938–39 Connecticut State Huskies men's basketball team

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1938–39 Connecticut State Huskies men's basketball
Conference New England Conference
1938–39 record 12–6 (6–2 NEC)
Head coach Don White (3rd season)
Home arena Hawley Armory
Seasons
1938–39 New England Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Rhode Island 7 1   .875     17 4   .810
Connecticut 6 2   .750     12 6   .667
Maine 4 4   .500     8 4   .667
Northeastern 3 5   .375     6 12   .333
New Hampshire 0 8   .000     3 14   .176

The 1938–39 Connecticut State Huskies men's basketball team represented Connecticut State College, now the University of Connecticut, in the 1938–39 collegiate men's basketball season. The Huskies completed the season with a 12–6 overall record, the Huskies were members of the New England Conference, where they ended the season with a 6–2 record. The Huskies played their home games at Hawley Armory in Storrs, Connecticut, and were led by third-year head coach Don White.[1][2]

Schedule[edit]

Date
time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site (attendance)
city, state
Regular Season
*
Arnold W 51–39  1–0
 
 
*
Brown L 31–51  1–1
 
 
*
Indiana L 38–71  1–2
 
 
*
Purdue L 30–51  1–3
 
 
12/21/1938*
at Illinois L 23–49  1–4
Huff Hall (4,763)
Champaign, IL

Northeastern W 32–26  2–4 (1–0)
 
 

Maine L 29–45  2–5 (1–1)
 
 

New Hampshire W 41–38  3–5 (2–1)
 
 

Rhode Island L 62–76  3–6 (2–2)
 
 
*
Coast Guard W 49–34  4–6
 
 

New Hampshire W 59–38  5–6 (3–2)
 
 

Maine W 53–49  6–6 (4–2)
 
 
*
Coast Guard W 82–42  7–6
 
 
*
Massachusetts W 58–47  8–6
 
 
*
Wesleyan W 54–41  9–6
 
 

Rhode Island W 68–67  10–6 (5–2)
 
 
*
Worcester Polytech W 49–48  11–6
 
 

Northeastern W 48–38  12–6 (6–2)
 
 
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Eastern Time.

Schedule Source:[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b 2012 Connecticut Basketball History (PDF). UConn Huskies. Retrieved 17 October 2015. 
  2. ^ Davis, Ken (September 30, 2010). The University of Connecticut Basketball Vault: The History of the Huskies. Atlanta, GA: Whitman LLC. ISBN 0794828035.