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Northwestern Wildcats men's basketball

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All-time record  1006-1473-1 (.406)
Nickname  Wildcats
Home  Away
Arena/Stadium  Welsh-Ryan Arena
Division  Division I (NCAA)
Location  Evanston, IL
Student section  Wildside
Head coach  Chris Collins
Conference  Big Ten Conference
Colors  Purple, White
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University  Northwestern University
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The Northwestern Wildcats men's basketball team is an NCAA Division I college basketball team representing Northwestern University in the Big Ten Conference coached by Chris Collins. Men's basketball was first introduced at Northwestern in 1901.

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History

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Coaching history

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NCAA Division I tournament results

The Wildcats have appeared in the NCAA Tournament once.

NIT results

The Wildcats have appeared in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) seven times. Their combined record is 5–7.

Career leaders

  • Points Scored: John Shurna (2,038, 2008-2012)
  • Assists: Bryant McIntosh (541, 2014–present)
  • Rebounds: Evan Eschmeyer (995, 1995–1999)
  • Steals: Patrick Baldwin (272, 1990–1994)
  • Blocks: Alex Olah (169, 2013–2016)
  • Single-season Leaders

  • Points Scored: John Shurna (661, 2012)
  • Assists: Bryant McIntosh (213, 2016)
  • Rebounds: Jim Pitts (321, 1966)
  • Steals: Patrick Baldwin (90, 1991)
  • Blocks: Jim Pitts (123, 1966)
  • Single-game leaders

  • Points Scored: Rich Falk (49, 1964)
  • Assists: Patrick Baldwin (14, 1993)
  • Rebounds: Jim Pitts (29, 1965)
  • Steals: Patrick Baldwin (9, 1991)
  • Blocks: Jim Pitts (10, 1966)
  • Source for all statistical leaders:

    All-Americans

  • Joe Reiff (1931, 1933)
  • Otto Graham (1944)
  • Max Morris (1946)
  • Evan Eschmeyer (1999)
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    References

    Northwestern Wildcats men's basketball Wikipedia


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