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1954 1952 1951
Kentucky N.C.A.A. TOURNAMENT (Record 22 Appearances4 championships)
Lost to UCLA in Championship Game Eliminated by Indiana in Mideast Regional Finals. Eliminated  by  Florida State in Mideast Regional Finals.
Lost to Western Kentucky in Mideast Regional first game.
Eliminated by Jacksonville in Mideast Regional finals. Lost to Marquette in Mideast Regional first game. Eliminated by Ohio State in Regional finals. Lost to Texas Western in championship game. Lost to Ohio University in Mideast Regional first game.
Eliminated by Ohio State in Mideast Regional finals. Eliminated by Ohio State in Mideast Regional finals. Eliminated by Louisville in Mideast Regional first round. vlPIONS.
Defeated Seattle for title.
Eliminated by Michigan State in Midwest Regional finals.
Eliminated by Iowa in Eastern Regional finals. Eliminated by Marquette in Eastern Regional first round.
Withdrew after winning automatic berth as SEC champion.
Won 1, Lost 1.   Eliminated by St. Johns in Eastern Regional finals.
NATIONAL CHAMPIONS.
Won 4, Lost 0.   Defeated Kansas State for title.
1974	Won	4,	Lost	1.
1973	Won	1,	Lost	1.
1972	Won	1,	Lost	1.
1971	Won	0,	Lost	2.
1970	Won	1,	Lost	1.
1969	Won	1,	Lost	1.
1968	Won	1,	Lost	1.
1966	Won	3,	Lost	1.
1964	Won	0,	Lost	2.
1962	Won	1,	Lost	1.
1961	Won	1,	Lost	1.
1959	Won	1,	Lost	1.
1958	NATIONAL CH			
	Won	4,	Lost	0
1957	Won	1,	Lost	1.
1956	Won	1,	Lost	1
1955	Won	1,	Lost	1
KANSAS - 63
Casey Goes For Bucket
PI ayer	FG	FT	REB	PF	TPS	AS	TO
K. Koenigs H. Nobles P. Mokeski	2-5 4-8	2-2 1 -2	4 c.	5 5	6 9 8	0	1 3
	4-1 1	o-o	J 7	5		0	3^
J. Douglas	8-17	1-8	5	5	17	1	7
C. Johnson	3-10	2-2	1	3	8	2	5
H. Houston	0-1	0-0	1	1	0	3	2
C. Barnthouse	o-i	o-o	0	1	0	1	1
M. G i bson	1-3	o-o	2	1	2	5	1
D. Moore	3-6	5-6	12	3	1 1	1	5
B. Sanders	0-2	2-3	1	4	2	1	1
Team Rebounds			8				
TOTALS	25-64	13-23	46	33	63	15	29
KENTUCKY-90
PIayer	FG	FT	REB	PF	TPS	AS	TO
J. Givens	7-15	1-2	6	1	15	0	2
R. Robey	4-10	5-7	5	4	13	2	1
M . Ph i11i ps	5-8	2-6	5	3	12	4	3
L. Johnson	4-9	2-2	5	4	10	3	5
J. Shidler	2-3	1-2	3	4	5	4	3
D. Casey	2-5	9-10	3	0	13	2	0
M . Hask i ns	1-2	o-o	1	2	2	2	1
T. Stephens	1-3	0-0	3	2	2	0	1
J . Lee	6-10	2-4	7	3	14	3.	2
L. Willi ams	2-3	0-0	1	2	4	o"	4
Team Rebounds			3				
TOTALS	34-68	22-33	42	25	90	20	22
KANSAS UNIVERSITY			27		36	___	63
UNIVERSITY OF	KENTUCKY		48		42	___	90
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