List of Creighton Bluejays men's basketball seasons

This is a list of seasons completed by the Creighton Bluejays men's college basketball team. The Bluejays have a claim on 20 regular season crowns and 12 conference tournament titles. They have appeared in 17 NCAA Basketball Tournaments, reaching the Sweet Sixteen 3 times.[1]

Season-by-Season Results

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Claus Delfs (Independent) (1911–1912)
1911–12 Claus Delfs 15–4
Claus Delfs: 15–4 (.789)
Thomas E. 'Tommy' Mills (Independent) (1916–1920)
1916–17 Tommy Mills 17–3
1917–18 Tommy Mills 11–0
1918–19 Tommy Mills 10–0
1919–20 Tommy Mills 15–3
Tommy Mills: 53–6 (.898)
Eddie Mulholland (Independent) (1920–1921)
1920–21 Eddie Mulholland 5–1
Eddie Mulholland: 5–1 (.833)
Charles Kearney (Independent) (1921–1922)
1920–21 Charles Kearney 8–4
1921–22 Charles Kearney 23–5
Charles Kearney: 31–9 (.775)
Arthur A. Schabinger (North Central Conference) (1922–1927)
1922–23 Arthur Schabinger 12–511–31st
1923–24 Arthur Schabinger 13–29–11st
1924–25 Arthur Schabinger 14–27–01st
1925–26 Arthur Schabinger 11–94–34th
1926–27 Arthur Schabinger 14–56–21st
Arthur A. Schabinger (Independent) (1927–1928)
1927–28 Arthur Schabinger 13–2
Arthur A. Schabinger (Missouri Valley Conference) (1928–1935)
1928–29 Arthur Schabinger 13–44–12nd
1929–30 Arthur Schabinger 12–76–2T–1st
1930–31 Arthur Schabinger 8–105–3T–1st
1931–32 Arthur Schabinger 17–48–01st
1932–33 Arthur Schabinger 12–58–22nd
1933–34 Arthur Schabinger 14–37–32nd
1934–35 Arthur Schabinger 12–88–4T–1st
Arthur Schabinger: 165–66 (.714)83–24 (.776)
Edgar S. Hickey (Missouri Valley Conference) (1935–1943)
1935–36 Eddie Hickey 13–68–4T–1st
1936–37 Eddie Hickey 11–98–42nd
1937–38 Eddie Hickey 11–147–74th
1938–39 Eddie Hickey 11–127–75th
1939–40 Eddie Hickey 11–98–42nd
1940–41 Eddie Hickey 18–79–31stNCAA First Round (8 Teams)
1941–42 Eddie Hickey 18–59–1T–1stNIT (Semifinals)
1942–43 Eddie Hickey 16–110–01stNIT (Quarterfinals)
Duce Belford (Missouri Valley Conference) (1945–1946)
1945–46 Duce Belford 9–103–76th
Edgar S. Hickey (Missouri Valley Conference) (1946–1947)
1946–47 Eddie Hickey 17–87–54th
Edgar S. Hickey: 126–71 (.606)73–35 (.676)
Duce Belford (Missouri Valley Conference) (1947–1948)
1947–48 Duce Belford 10–134–64th
Duce Belford (Independent) (1947–1952)
1948–49 Duce Belford 9–14
1949–50 Duce Belford 13–13NCIT First Round
1950–51 Duce Belford 9–18
1951–52 Duce Belford 6–15
Duce Belford: 56–83 (.403)7–13 (.350)
Sebastian 'Subby' Salerno (Independent) (1952–1955)
1952–53 Sebastian Salerno 11–14
1953–54 Sebastian Salerno 14–17
1954–55 Sebastian Salerno 5–14
Sebastian Salerno: 30–45 (.400)
Theron Thomsen (Independent) (1955–1959)
1955–56 Theron Thomsen 11–12
1956–57 Theron Thomsen 15–6
1957–58 Theron Thomsen 10–12
1958–59 Theron Thomsen 13–9
Theron Thomsen: 49–39 (.557)
John J. 'Red' McManus (Independent) (1959–1969)
1959–60 Red McManus 13–11
1960–61 Red McManus 8–17
1961–62 Red McManus 21–5NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1962–63 Red McManus 14–13NCIT First Round
1963–64 Red McManus 22–7NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1964–65 Red McManus 13–10
1965–66 Red McManus 14–12
1966–67 Red McManus 12–13
1967–68 Red McManus 8–17
1968–69 Red McManus 13–13
Red McManus: 138–118 (.539)
Eddie Sutton (Independent) (1969–1974)
1969–70 Eddie Sutton 15–10
1970–71 Eddie Sutton 14–11
1971–72 Eddie Sutton 15–11
1972–73 Eddie Sutton 15–11
1973–74 Eddie Sutton 23–7NCAA Sweet Sixteen
Eddie Sutton: 82–50 (.621)
Tom Apke (Independent) (1974–1977)
1974–75 Tom Apke 20–7NCAA First Round
1975–76 Tom Apke 19–7
1976–77 Tom Apke 21–7NIT First Round
Tom Apke (Missouri Valley Conference) (1977–1981)
1977–78 Tom Apke 19–912–41stNCAA First Round
1978–79 Tom Apke 14–138–8T–3rd
1979–80 Tom Apke 16–129–7T–2nd
1980–81 Tom Apke 21–911–5T–2ndNCAA First Round
Tom Apke: 130–64 (.670)40–24 (.625)
Willis Reed (Missouri Valley Conference) (1981–1985)
1981–82 Willis Reed 7–204–128th
1982–83 Willis Reed 8–194–1410th
1983–84 Willis Reed 17–148–84thNIT First Round
1984–85 Willis Reed 20–129–7T–4th
Willis Reed: 52–65 (.444)24–41 (.320)
Tony Barone (Missouri Valley Conference) (1985–1991)
1985–86 Tony Barone 12–167–9T–5th
1986–87 Tony Barone 9–194–10T–7th
1987–88 Tony Barone 16–166–8T–4th
1988–89 Tony Barone 20–1111–31stNCAA First Round
1989–90 Tony Barone 21–129–5T–2ndNIT First Round
1990–91 Tony Barone 24–812–41stNCAA Second Round
Tony Barone: 102–82 (.554)49–39 (.557)
Rick Johnson (Missouri Valley Conference) (1991–1994)
1991–92 Rick Johnson 9–197–116th
1992–93 Rick Johnson 8–186–1210th
1993–94 Rick Johnson 7–223–15T–9th
Rick Johnson: 24–59 (.289)16–38 (.296)
Dana Altman (Missouri Valley Conference) (1994–2010)
1994–95 Dana Altman 7–194–14T–9th
1995–96 Dana Altman 14–159–9T–5th
1996–97 Dana Altman 15–1510–86th
1997–98 Dana Altman 18–1012–62ndNIT First Round
1998–99 Dana Altman 22–911–7T–2ndNCAA Second Round
1999–00 Dana Altman 23–1011–74thNCAA First Round
2000–01 Dana Altman 24–814–41stNCAA First Round
2001–02 Dana Altman 23–914–4T–1stNCAA Second Round
2002–03 Dana Altman 29–515–32ndNCAA First Round
2003–04 Dana Altman 20–912–6T–2ndNIT First Round
2004–05 Dana Altman 23–1111–7T–3rdNCAA First Round
2005–06 Dana Altman 20–1012–6T–2ndNIT Second Round
2006–07 Dana Altman 22–1113–52ndNCAA First Round
2007–08 Dana Altman 22–1110–84thNIT Second Round
2008–09 Dana Altman 27–814–4T–1stNIT Second Round
2009–10 Dana Altman 18–1610–84thCIT Semifinals
Dana Altman: 327–176 (.650)182–106 (.632)


Greg McDermott (Missouri Valley Conference) (2010–2013)
2010–11 Greg McDermott 23–1610–8T–4thCBI Runner Up
2011–12 Greg McDermott 29–614–42ndNCAA Third Round
2012–13 Greg McDermott 28–813–51stNCAA Third Round
Greg McDermott (Big East Conference) (2013–present)
2013–14 Greg McDermott 27–814–42ndNCAA Third Round
2014–15 Greg McDermott 14–194–149th
2015–16 Greg McDermott 20–159–96thNIT Quarterfinals
2016–17 Greg McDermott 25–1010–83rdNCAA First Round
2017–18 Greg McDermott 21–1210–8
Greg McDermott: 166–82 (.669)74–52 (.587)
Total:1,521–993 (.605)

      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

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References

  1. "2013 Media Guide". Creighton University. Retrieved 9 March 2013.
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