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California Golden Bears Men's Basketball
California Golden Bears men's basketball
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UniversityUniversity of California, Berkeley
All-time record1,563-1,161
Head coachMark Fox
ConferencePac-12
LocationBerkeley, California
ArenaHaas Pavilion
(Capacity: 11,877)
NicknameGolden Bears
Student sectionThe Bench
ColorsBlue and Gold[1]
         
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Pre-tournament Premo-Porretta Champions
1927
NCAA Tournament Champions
1959
NCAA Tournament Runner-up
1960
NCAA Tournament Final Four
1946, 1959, 1960
NCAA Tournament Elite Eight
1946, 1959, 1960
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1959, 1960, 1993, 1997
NCAA Tournament Appearances
1946, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1996*, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2016
*vacated by NCAA
Conference Regular Season Champions
1916, 1921, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1929, 1932, 1944, 1946, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 2010

The California Golden Bears basketball team is the college basketball team of the University of California, Berkeley. The program has seen success throughout the years, culminating in a national championship in 1959 under coach Pete Newell, and the team has reached the final four two other times, in 1946 and 1960. The current head coach is Mark Fox, who began his tenure at Cal in 2019.

The team plays its home games at Haas Pavilion, which was long known as Harmon Gym before being heavily renovated with money donated in part by the owners of Levi Strauss & Co.[2] The arena was originally known as Men's Gymnasium and then later Harmon Gymnasium until the late 1990s when it went through renovations which displaced the team for two seasons.

History

The Golden Bears first played basketball intercollegiately in 1907 and began full conference play in 1915. The 1920s was the dominant decade for Cal basketball, as the Bears won 6 conference titles under coaches E.H. Wright and Nibs Price. Cal was retroactively recognized as the pre-NCAA Tournament national champion for the 1926-27 season by the Premo-Porretta Power Poll.[3]

Nibs Price would coach Cal with great success for 30 years from 1924 to 1954, earning a 449-294 total record, many single season winning records, and an additional 3 conference titles in the 1930s and 1940s.[n 1]

Cal reached the pinnacle of the sport during the tenure of Pete Newell, who was head coach from 1955 to 1960. The Golden Bears earned the conference title four out of his five years and in 1959, won the NCAA title. In Newell's last year, Cal came close to another NCAA title, but lost to Ohio State in the final.

The fortunes of Cal men's basketball would never be the same after Newell. The next quarter-century would mostly be a dreary one for the program, despite having players such as Butch Hays (1981-1984) and Kevin Johnson (1983-1987) who would both set school records for assists. From 1960 to 1985, the Bears tallied only two winning seasons in conference play. Lou Campanelli served as head coach from 1986 - 1993. The highlight of this era was a 75–67 victory over UCLA in 1986 that ended a 25-year, 52 game losing streak to the Bruins. Campanelli in his first season took the Golden Bears to the 1986 National Invitation Tournament, the first post season appearance of any sort since 1960. In 1990, Campanelli led the Golden Bears to their first NCAA Tournament in 30 years.

Cal achieved much better success in the 1990s, qualifying for the NCAA tournament five times with future NBA players Jason Kidd (the Golden Bears all-time assists leader) and Lamond Murray, as well as future perennial All-Pro NFL tight end Tony Gonzalez in the early and mid 1990's and Sean Lampley and Shareef Abdur-Rahim in the late 1990s. Cal also won the 1999 National Invitation Tournament, with a thrilling 61-60 victory over Clemson in the title game.

In 2006, the Golden Bears reached their first Pacific Life Pac-10 Men's Basketball Tournament championship game. Power forward Leon Powe grabbed a tournament-record 20 rebounds against USC in the first round and then scored a tournament-record 41 points in a double-overtime victory versus Oregon in the semi-finals. Despite California's 71-52 loss to UCLA in the final game, Powe was named Most Valuable Player for the tournament.

From 1996–2008, under Ben Braun, Cal qualified for the NCAA tournament three straight times in the 2000s and six times overall. However, after finishing near the bottom of the Pac-10 for the second straight year, Braun was dismissed in late March 2008. The former coach of rival Stanford, Mike Montgomery, succeeded Braun.[4] In his first year the Bears finished tied for third in the Pac-10 and made it to the NCAA Tournament, where they were eliminated in the first round to the Maryland Terrapins.

In Montgomery's second season, the Bears won their first conference title in 50 years. The team, featuring four seniors as starters, only lost one game at Haas Pavilion but had a rough non-conference schedule featuring losses to elite teams such as Kansas, Ohio State, and Syracuse, which quickly knocked them out of the national rankings after being ranked #13 in the pre-season. Despite losing the Pac-10 tournament, and questions on whether even the conference champion of a down Pac-10 conference would receive an at-large bid to the tournament, the Bears qualified for their second straight NCAA bid as a #8 seed. They were able to one-up their previous season by winning their first round matchup against the Louisville Cardinals but fell to the eventual national champions, Duke, in the second round. Senior Jerome Randle finished the season and his career as Cal's all-time leading scorer. The highlight of Montgomery's last season as the head coach for Cal was the signature win at home against then undefeated, No. 1 Arizona. In thrilling fashion, senior guard Justin Cobbs hits the game-winning jumper with 0.9 on the clock for a 60-58 victory.[5]

Mike Montgomery announced his retirement shortly after the 2013-14 season's culmination, resulting in the hiring of Cuonzo Martin.[6] The Bears went 18-15 in Martin's first season as head coach. On April 13, 2015, 5-star power forward Ivan Rabb of Bishop O'Dowd High School announced he would be attending Cal. A little more than 2 weeks later, 5-star small forward Jaylen Brown announced he too would attend Cal, making this recruiting class the best in Cal history. While the team had a solid regular season, earning a #4 seed in the NCAA Tournament, they would be upset in the first round by Hawaii. After three seasons, Martin announced his resignation to become the head coach at Missouri. Shortly thereafter, Martin's assistant coach Wyking Jones became Cal's 17th head basketball coach.[7] Jones coached for only two years, with the team finishing in the last place of the Pac-12 during both seasons.[8] Former Georgia head coach Mark Fox was named Cal's 18th head basketball coach in 2019.[9]

Season-by-season results

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
No Coach (1907-1915)
1907-08 No Coach 1-0 -- -- --
1908-09 No Coach 8-0 -- -- --
1911-12 No Coach 2-0 -- -- --
1912-13 No Coach 2-0 -- -- --
1913-14 No Coach 2-0 -- -- --
1914-15 No Coach 6-0 -- -- --
No Coach: 21-0 (1.000)
Kilduff (PCC) (1915-1916)
1915-16 Kilduff 11-5 5-3 1st --
Kilduff: 11-5 (.688) 5-3 (.625)
Ben Cherrington (PCC) (1916-1917)
1916-17 Ben Cherrington 15-1 5-1 2nd --
Ben Cherrington: 15-1 (.938) 5-1 (.833)
Walter Christie (1917-1918)
1917-18 Walter Christie 8-2 -- -- --
Walter Christie: 8-2 (.800)
William Hollender (PCC) (1918-1920)
1918-19 William Hollender 6-3 2-2 3rd --
1919-20 William Hollender 8-2 5-5 2nd --
William Hollender: 14-8 (.636) 7-7 (.500)
E. H. Wright (PCC) (1920-1924)
1920-21 E. H. Wright 15-4 8-3 T-1st --
1921-22 E. H. Wright 19-6 10-4 3rd --
1922-23 E. H. Wright 12-6 5-3 1st (SD) --
1923-24 E. H. Wright 14-4 5-3 1st, 1st (SD) --
E. H. Wright: 60-20 (.750) 28-13 (.683)
Nibs Price (PCC) (1924-1954)
1924-25 Nibs Price 11-4 3-1 1st, 1st (SD) --
1925-26 Nibs Price 14-0 5-0 1st, 1st (SD) --
1926-27 Nibs Price 13-0 5-0 1st, 1st (SD) --
1927-28 Nibs Price 9-6 6-3 T-1st (SD) --
1928-29 Nibs Price 17-3 9-0 1st, 1st (SD) --
1929-30 Nibs Price 9-8 6-3 2nd (SD) --
1930-31 Nibs Price 12-10 6-3 1st, 1st (SD) --
1931-32 Nibs Price 16-8 8-3 1st, 1st (SD) --
1932-33 Nibs Price 18-7 8-3 2nd (SD) --
1933-34 Nibs Price 19-7 8-4 2nd (SD) --
1934-35 Nibs Price 11-14 5-7 2nd (SD) --
1935-36 Nibs Price 13-16 6-6 3rd (SD) --
1936-37 Nibs Price 17-10 4-8 3rd (SD) --
1937-38 Nibs Price 18-11 8-4 2nd (SD) --
1938-39 Nibs Price 24-8 9-3 T-1st (SD) --
1939-40 Nibs Price 15-17 5-7 3rd (SD) --
1940-41 Nibs Price 15-12 6-6 3rd (SD) --
1941-42 Nibs Price 11-19 4-8 3rd (SD) --
1942-43 Nibs Price 9-15 1-7 4th (SD) --
1943-44 Nibs Price 7-3 4-0 1st, 1st (SD) --
1944-45 Nibs Price 7-8 1-3 3rd (SD) --
1945-46 Nibs Price 30-6 11-1 1st, 1st (SD) 1-2 (NCAA Final Four)
1946-47 Nibs Price 20-11 8-4 2nd (SD) --
1947-48 Nibs Price 25-9 11-1 1st (SD) --
1948-49 Nibs Price 14-19 1-11 4th (SD) --
1949-50 Nibs Price 10-17 4-8 3rd (SD) --
1950-51 Nibs Price 16-16 3-9 4th (SD) --
1951-52 Nibs Price 17-13 6-6 T-2nd (SD) --
1952-53 Nibs Price 15-10 9-3 1st (SD) --
1953-54 Nibs Price 17-7 6-6 3rd (SD) --
Nibs Price: 449-294 (.604) 176-128 (.579)
Pete Newell (PCC/AAWU) (1954-1960)
1954-55 Pete Newell 9-16 1-11 4th (SD)
1955-56 Pete Newell 17-8 10-6 3rd (PCC)
1956-57 Pete Newell 21-5 14-2 1st (PCC) 1-1 (NCAA Third Round)
1957-58 Pete Newell 19-9 12-4 T-1st (PCC) 1-1 (NCAA Third Round)
1958-59 Pete Newell 25-4 14-2 1st (PCC) 4-0 (NCAA Champions)
1959-60 Pete Newell 28-2 11-1 1st (AAWU) 4-1 (NCAA Runner Up)
Pete Newell: 119-44 (.730) 62-26 (.705)
Rene Herrerias (AAWU) (1960-1968)
1960-61 Rene Herrerias 13-9 5-7 4th --
1961-62 Rene Herrerias 8-17 2-10 5th --
1962-63 Rene Herrerias 13-11 4-8 5th --
1963-64 Rene Herrerias 11-13 8-7 3rd --
1964-65 Rene Herrerias 8-15 4-10 7th --
1965-66 Rene Herrerias 9-16 4-10 7th --
1966-67 Rene Herrerias 15-10 6-8 T-5th --
1967-68 Rene Herrerias 15-9 7-7 4th --
Rene Herrerias: 92-100 (.479) 40-67 (.374)
Jim Padgett (Pac-8) (1968-1972)
1968-69 Jim Padgett 12-13 4-10 T-7th --
1969-70 Jim Padgett 11-15 5-9 6th --
1970-71 Jim Padgett 16-9 8-6 T-3rd --
1971-72 Jim Padgett 13-16 6-8 5th --
Jim Padgett: 52-53 (.495) 23-33 (.411)
Dick Edwards (Pac-8) (1972-1978)
1972-73 Dick Edwards 11-15 4-10 7th --
1973-74 Dick Edwards 9-17 3-11 T-7th --
1974-75 Dick Edwards 17-9 7-7 4th --
1975-76 Dick Edwards 13-13 5-9 T-6th --
1976-77 Dick Edwards 12-15 7-7 6th --
1977-78 Dick Edwards 11-16 4-10 7th --
Dick Edwards: 73-85 (.462) 30-54 (.357)
Dick Kuchen (Pac-10) (1978-1985)
1978-79 Dick Kuchen 6-21 4-14 10th --
1979-80 Dick Kuchen 8-19 3-15 10th --
1980-81 Dick Kuchen 13-14 5-13 T-8th --
1981-82 Dick Kuchen 14-13 8-10 T-6th --
1982-83 Dick Kuchen 14-14 7-11 T-8th --
1983-84 Dick Kuchen 12-16 5-13 9th --
1984-85 Dick Kuchen 13-15 5-13 T-8th --
Dick Kuchen: 80-112 (.417) 37-89 (.294)
Lou Campanelli (Pac-10) (1985-1993)
1985-86 Lou Campanelli 19-10 11-7 3rd 0-1 (NIT First Round)
1986-87 Lou Campanelli 20-15 10-8 T-3rd 2-1 (NIT Quarterfinals)
1987-88 Lou Campanelli 9-20 5-13 T-8th --
1988-89 Lou Campanelli 20-13 10-8 5th 1-1 (NIT Second Round)
1989-90 Lou Campanelli 22-10 12-6 3rd 1-1 (NCAA Second Round)
1990-91 Lou Campanelli 13-15 8-10 T-5th --
1991-92 Lou Campanelli 10-18 4-14 9th --
1992-93* Lou Campanelli 10-7* 4-5*
Lou Campanelli: 123-108 (.532) 64-71 (.474)
Todd Bozeman (Pac-10) (1993-1996)
1993* Todd Bozeman 11-2* 8-1* 2nd 2-1 (NCAA Sweet Sixteen)
1993-94 Todd Bozeman 22-8 13-5 T-2nd 0-1 (NCAA First Round)
1994-95** Todd Bozeman 0-27** 0-18** T-8th --
1995-96** Todd Bozeman 2-26** 2-16** 4th 0-1 (NCAA First Round**)
Todd Bozeman: 35-63 (.357)*** 23-41 (.359)***
Ben Braun (Pac-10) (1996-2008)
1996-97 Ben Braun 23-9 12-6 T-2nd 2-1 (NCAA Sweet Sixteen)
1997-98 Ben Braun 12-15 8-10 T-5th --
1998-99 Ben Braun 22-11 8-10 T-5th 5-0 (NIT Champions)
1999-00 Ben Braun 18-15 7-11 7th 2-1 (NIT Quarterfinals)
2000-01 Ben Braun 20-11 11-7 T-4th 0-1 (NCAA First Round)
2001-02 Ben Braun 23-9 12-6 T-2nd 1-1 (NCAA Second Round)
2002-03 Ben Braun 22-9 13-5 3rd 1-1 (NCAA Second Round)
2003-04 Ben Braun 13-15 9-9 T-4th --
2004-05 Ben Braun 13-16 6-12 T-8th --
2005-06 Ben Braun 20-11 12-6 3rd 0-1 (NCAA First Round)
2006-07 Ben Braun 16-17 6-12 8th --
2007-08 Ben Braun 17-16 6-12 9th 1-1 (NIT Second Round)
Ben Braun: 219-154 (.587) 110-106 (.509)
Mike Montgomery (Pac-10/Pac-12) (2008-2014)
2008-09 Mike Montgomery 22-11 11-7 T-3rd 0-1 (NCAA First Round)
2009-10 Mike Montgomery 24-11 13-5 1st 1-1 (NCAA Second Round)
2010-11 Mike Montgomery 18-15 10-8 T-4th 1-1 (NIT Second Round)
2011-12 Mike Montgomery 24-10 13-5 T-2nd 0-1 (NCAA First Round)
2012-13 Mike Montgomery 21-12 12-6 T-2nd 1-1 (NCAA Third Round)
2013-14 Mike Montgomery 21-14 10-8 T-3rd 2-1 (NIT Quarterfinals)
Mike Montgomery: 130-73 (.640) 69-39 (.639)
Cuonzo Martin (Pac-12) (2014-2017)
2014-15 Cuonzo Martin 18-15 7-11 T-8th -
2015-16 Cuonzo Martin 23-11 12-6 T-3rd 0-1 (NCAA First Round)
2016-17 Cuonzo Martin 21-13 10-8 T-5th 0-1 (NIT First Round)
Cuonzo Martin: 62-39 (.614) 28-24 (.538)
Wyking Jones (Pac-12) (2017-2019)
2017-18 Wyking Jones 8-24 2-16 12th
2018-19 Wyking Jones 8-23 3-15 12th
Wyking Jones: 16-47 (.254) 5-31 (.139)
Mark Fox (Pac-12) (2019-present)
2019-20 Mark Fox 0-0 0-0
Mark Fox: 0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000)
Total: 1,568-1,182 (.574)

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

*Bozeman was named acting head coach in February 1993 following the firing of Lou Campanelli; California credits the first 17 games of the regular season to Campanelli and the final 13 games (including the NCAA Tournament) to Bozeman.
**Entire 1994-95 season and all but two games of 1995-96 season forfeited by NCAA after it was discovered that Jelani Gardner was ineligible. 1996 NCAA Tournament appearance was vacated. Cal finished 13-14 (5-13 Pac-10) 1994-95, and 17-11 (11-7 Pac-10) in 1995-96.
***California's actual record under Bozeman was 63-35 (37-26 Pac-10).

Source: 2019-20 Golden Bears Record Book

Coaches

No. Head Coach Years Win-Loss Pct.
1 Kilduff 1915-1916 11-5 .688
2 Ben Cherrington 1916-1917 15-1 .938
3 Walter Christie 1917-1918 8-2 .800
4 William Hollender 1918-1920 14-8 .636
5 E. H. Wright 1920-1924 60-20 .750
6 Nibs Price 1924-1954 449-294 .604
7 Pete Newell 1954-1960 119-44 .730
8 Rene Herrerias 1960-1968 92-100 .479
9 Jim Padgett 1968-1972 52-53 .495
10 Dick Edwards 1972-1978 73-85 .462
11 Dick Kuchen 1978-1985 80-112 .417
12 Lou Campanelli 1985-1993 123-108 .532
13 Todd Bozeman 1993-1996 35-63 .357
14 Ben Braun 1996-2008 219-154 .578
15 Mike Montgomery 2008-2014 130-73 .640
16 Cuonzo Martin 2014-2017 41-26 .612
17 Wyking Jones 2017-2019 16-47 .254
18 Mark Fox 2019-present 0-0 .000

Postseason

NCAA Tournament results

The Golden Bears have appeared in 19 NCAA Tournaments. They were national champions in 1959 and their combined record is 20-19.

Year Seed Round Opponent Result
1946 Elite Eight
Final Four
National 3rd Place
Colorado
Oklahoma A&M
Ohio State
W 50-44
L 35-52
L 45-63
1957 Round of 23
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Bye
BYU
San Francisco
--
W 86-59
L 46-50
1958 Round of 24
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Bye
Idaho State
#18 Seattle
--
W 54-43
L 62-66 OT
1959 Round of 23
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
Championship
Bye
#18 Utah
Saint Mary's
#5 Cincinnati
#10 West Virginia
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W 71-53
W 66-46
W 64-58
W 71-70
1960 Round of 25
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
Championship
Idaho State
Santa Clara
Oregon
#1 Cincinnati
#3 Ohio State
W 71-44
W 69-49
W 70-49
W 77-69
L 55-75
1990 9 E Round of 64
Round of 32
(8) Indiana
(1) #4 Connecticut
W 65-63
L 54-74
1993 6 M Round of 64
Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
(11) LSU
(3) #10 Duke
(2) #9 Kansas
W 66-64
W 82-77
L 76-93
1994 5 W Round of 64 (12) Green Bay L 57-61
1996 12 M Round of 64 (5) #17 Iowa State L 64-74
1997 5 E Round of 64
Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
(12) Princeton
(4) #20 Villanova
(1) #4 North Carolina
W 55-52
W 75-68
L 57-63
2001 8 S Round of 64 (9) Fresno State L 70-82
2002 6 S Round of 64
Round of 32
(11) Penn
(3) #9 Pittsburgh
W 82-75
L 50-63
2003 8 E Round of 64
Round of 32
(9) NC State
(1) #3 Oklahoma
W 76-74 OT
L 65-74
2006 7 S Round of 64 (10) NC State L 52-58
2009 7 W Round of 64 (10) Maryland L 71-84
2010 8 S Round of 64
Round of 32
(9) Louisville
(1) #3 Duke
W 77-62
L 53-68
2012 12 M First Four (12) South Florida L 54-65
2013 12 E Round of 64
Round of 32
(5) UNLV
(4) #16 Syracuse
W 64-61
L 60-66
2016 4 S Round of 64 (13) Hawaii L 66-77

NIT results

The Golden Bears have appeared in nine National Invitation Tournaments (NIT). Their combined record is 14-8. They were NIT champions in 1999.

Year Round Opponent Result
1986 First Round Loyola Marymount L 75-80
1987 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Cal State Fullerton
Oregon State
Arkansas-Little Rock
W 72-68
W 65-62
L 73-80
1989 First Round
Second Round
Hawaiʻi
Connecticut
W 73-57
L 72-73
1999 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Championship
Fresno State
DePaul
Colorado State
Oregon
Clemson
W 79-71
W 58-57
W 71-62
W 85-69
W 61-60
2000 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Long Beach State
Georgetown
Wake Forest
W 70-66
W 60-49
L 59-76
2008 First Round
Second Round
New Mexico
Ohio State
W 68-66
L 56-73
2011 First Round
Second Round
Ole Miss
Colorado
W 77-74
L 72-89
2014 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Utah Valley
Arkansas
SMU
W 70-52
W 75-64
L 65-67
2017 First Round Cal State Bakersfield L 66-73

Roster

Record vs. Pac-12 opponents

The California Golden Bears have the following all-time series records vs. Pac-12 opponents. They lead the series vs. all opponents except for Arizona and UCLA. Two series are very close (within a game of being even).

Opponent Wins Losses Pct. Streak
Arizona 30 57 .345 Arizona 2
Arizona St. 40 40 .500 Cal 1
Colorado 11 10 .524 Cal 1
Oregon 84 62 .575 Oregon 5
Oregon St. 81 60 .574 Cal 4
Stanford 149 122 .550 Cal 2
UCLA 102 134 .432 Cal 1
USC 133 122 .524 USC 1
Utah 13 9 .591 Utah 1
Washington 84 78 .519 Cal 5
Wash. St. 80 48 .625 Cal 4
  • Note all-time series includes non-conference matchups.

Retired numbers

No. Player Position Career Year of Retirement
4 Alfred Grigsby F 1991-97 1997
5 Jason Kidd G 1992-94 2004
11 Kevin Johnson G 1983-87 1992
40 Darrall Imhoff C 1957-60 2009

References

  1. ^ Cal Brand Guidelines (PDF). June 1, 2017. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ "Haas Pavilion". California Golden Bears. April 17, 2013. Retrieved 2017.
  3. ^ ESPN, ed. (2009). ESPN College Basketball Encyclopedia: The Complete History of the Men's Game. New York, NY: ESPN Books. p. 538. ISBN 978-0-345-51392-2.
  4. ^ "Sporting News - NFL - NCAA - NBA - MLB - NASCAR - UFC - WWE". Sporting News.
  5. ^ "Arizona vs. California - Game Recap - February 1, 2014 - ESPN". ESPN.com.
  6. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-10-25. Retrieved .CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  7. ^ "Wyking Jones Named Men's Basketball Head Coach". Retrieved .
  8. ^ Rusty Simmons (2019-03-24). "Cal reverses field, fires head coach Wyking Jones". SFChronicle.com. Retrieved .
  9. ^ "Mark Fox Named Men's Basketball Coach". Cal Athletics. March 29, 2019.
  10. ^ "Nine accept NCAA bids; NIT lines up five teams". Spokesman-Review. (Spokane, Washington). Associated Press. March 2, 1972. p. 23.
  1. ^ Price was also Cal's football coach from 1926 to 1930, leading the 1926 and 1927 Wonder Teams to undefeated seasons.

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