Montana Grizzlies basketball

The Montana Grizzlies basketball team represents the University of Montana in men's college basketball. They compete at the NCAA Division I level and are members of the Big Sky Conference. Home games are played at Dahlberg Arena located inside the University of Montana's Adams Center.

Montana Grizzlies basketball
2018–19 Montana Grizzlies basketball team
UniversityUniversity of Montana
First season1901
All-time record1,348–1,169
Head coachTravis DeCuire (4th season)
ConferenceBig Sky
LocationMissoula, Montana
ArenaDahlberg Arena
(Capacity: 7,321)
NicknameGriz
Student sectionThe Zoo
ColorsMaroon and Silver[1]
         
Uniforms
Home
Away
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1975
NCAA Tournament Round of 32
1975, 2006
NCAA Tournament Appearances
1975, 1991, 1992, 1997, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2018, 2019
Conference Tournament Champions
1991, 1992, 1997, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2018, 2019
Conference Regular Season Champions
1975, 1978, 1991, 1992, 1995, 2000, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2018, 2019

Postseason results

NCAA tournament results

The Grizzlies have appeared in 12 NCAA tournaments, with a combined record of 2–12.

Year Seed Round Opponent Result
1975Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
Regional 3rd Place
Utah State
#2 UCLA
#16 UNLV
W 69–63
L 64–67
L 67–75
199116 WRound of 64(1) #1 UNLVL 65–99
199214 WRound of 64(3) #20 Florida StateL 68–78
199716 WRound of 64(1) #5 KentuckyL 54–92
200215 MRound of 64(2) #11 OregonL 62–81
200516 WRound of 64(1) #8 WashingtonL 77–88
200612 MRound of 64
Round of 32
(5) #20 Nevada
(4} #7 Boston College
W 87–79
L 56–69
201014 ERound of 64(3) #8 New MexicoL 57–62
201213 ERound of 64(4) #14 WisconsinL 49–73
201313 ERound of 64(4) #16 SyracuseL 34–81
201814 WRound of 64(3) #7 MichiganL 47–61
201915 WRound of 64(2) #8 MichiganL 55-74

NIT results

The Grizzlies have appeared in four National Invitation Tournaments. Their combined record is 0–4.

Year Round Opponent Result
1985First RoundUCLAL 47–78
1986First RoundTCUL 69–76
1995First RoundUTEPL 60–90
2015First RoundTexas A&ML 64–81

CBI results

The Grizzlies have appeared in two College Basketball Invitationals (CBI). Their combined record is 0–2.

Year Round Opponent Result
2011First RoundDuquesneL 76–87
2016First RoundNevadaL 75–79

Career leaders

Points

Ahmad Rorie 1,654 Michael Oguine 1,647

Player Total
Krystkowiak, Larry2,017
Richardson, Micheal Ray1,827
Cope, Bob1,810
Criswell, Kevin1,663
Strait, Andrew1,617
Tinkle, Wayne1,500
Hasquet, Jordan1,396
McKenzie, Ken1,321
Samuelson, Shawn1,293
Pope, Derrick1,289
Rocheleau, Lou1,235
Engellant, Daren1,224
Davis, Charles1,214
Kempfert, Matt1,131
Spoja, Chris1,111
Argenbright, Ed1,100
Zanon, Craig1,071
Zanon, Scott1,070
Fasting, Roger1,047
Warhank, Mike1,046
Lake, Jeremy1,036
Balko, Dan1,025
Martin, Matt1,021
Selvig, Doug1,000

Rebounds

Player Total
Krystkowiak, Larry1105
Engellant, Daren874
McKenzie, Ken859
Tinkle, Wayne836
Samuelson, Shawn791
Sheriff, Russell788
Lowry, Steve763
Hasquet, Jordan718
Strait, Andrew711
Pope, Derrick675
Richardson, Micheal Ray670

Assists

Player Total
DeCuire, Travis435
Christensen, Shane431
Zanon, Scott411
Richardson, Micheal Ray372
Glass, Marc369
Camel, J.365
Fastings, Roger363
Selvig, Doug361
Reed, Tony339
Martin, Matt317

Steals

Player Total
J. Camel215

Blocks

Player Total
Daren Engellant212

Season by season records

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Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
No Coach Listed () (1901–1904)
1901–1902 n/a 0–1
1902–1903 n/a 1–1
1903–1904 n/a 1–0
n/a: 2–2
No Team (1904–1905)
1904–1905 n/a x
Fred Schule (1905–1907)
1905–1906 Fred Schule 4–2
1906–1907 Fred Schule 2–2
Fred Schule: 6–4
Albion Findley (1907–1909)
1907–1908 Albion Findley 6–3
1908–1909 Albion Findley unavailable
No Team (1909–1911)
1909–1910 n/a x
1910–1911 n/a x
Albert N. Whitlock (1911–1912)
1911–1912 Albert N. Whitlock 1–6
W.W.H Mustaine (1912–1914)
1912–1913 W.W.H Mustaine 5–3
1913–1914 W.W.H Mustaine 3–8
W.W.H Mustaine: 8–11
Jerry Nissen (Northwest Conference) (1914–1918)
1914–1915 Jerry Nissen 4–6
1915–1916 Jerry Nissen 7–3
1916–1917 Jerry Nissen 4–11
1917–1918 Jerry Nissen 6–6
Jerry Nissen: 21–26
No Team (1918–1919)
1918–1919 n/a x
Bernie Bierman (1919–1922)
1919–1920 Bernie Bierman 6–9
1920–1921 Bernie Bierman 12–8
1921–1922 Bernie Bierman 14–7
Bernie Bierman: 32–24
J.W. Stewart (Pacific Coast Conference) (1922–1932)
1922–1923 J.W. Stewart 7–14
1923–1924 J.W. Stewart 7–8
1924–1925 J.W. Stewart 9–10
1925–1926 J.W. Stewart 5–10
1926–1927 J.W. Stewart 5–11
1927–1928 J.W. Stewart 6–8
1928–1929 J.W. Stewart 9–11
1929–1930 J.W. Stewart 13–9
1930–1931 J.W. Stewart 10–12
1931–1932 J.W. Stewart 6–14
J.W. Stewart: 77–107
A.J. Lewandowski (Pacific Coast Conference) (1932–1937)
1932–1933 A.J. Lewandowski 8–11
1933–1934 A.J. Lewandowski 16–9–1
1934–1935 A.J. Lewandowski 6–18
1935–1936 A.J. Lewandowski 13–11
1936–1937 A.J. Lewandowski 14–12
A.J. Lewandowski: 57–61–1
George Dahlberg (Pacific Coast Conference) (1937–1941)
1937–1938 George Dahlberg 9–18
1938–1939 George Dahlberg 17–13
1939–1940 George Dahlberg 17–8AAU National 3rd Round
1940–1941 George Dahlberg 13–14
1941–1942 George Dahlberg 14–10
George Dahlberg: 70–63
Clyde Carpenter/Ed Chinske (Pacific Coast Conference) (1942–1943)
1942–1943 Clyde Carpenter/Ed Chinske 15–9
Edward Buzzetti (Pacific Coast Conference) (1943–1944)
1943–1944 Edward Buzzetti 1–11
George Dahlberg (Pacific Coast Conference/Skyline Conference) (1944–1955)
1944–1945 George Dahlberg 7–22
1945–1946 George Dahlberg 12–16
1946–1947 George Dahlberg 12–16
1947–1948 George Dahlberg 21–11
1948–1949 George Dahlberg 12–13
1949–1950 George Dahlberg 27–4
1950–1951 George Dahlberg 12–18
1951–1952 George Dahlberg 12–14
1952–1953 George Dahlberg 14–11
1953–1954 George Dahlberg 8–19
1954–1955 George Dahlberg 12–14
George Dahlberg: 165–170
George Dahlberg
(1937–42)(1944–55):
235–233
Forrest Cox (Skyline Conference) (1955–1962)
1955–1956 Forrest Cox 14–12
1956–1957 Forrest Cox 13–9
1957–1958 Forrest Cox 12–10
1958–1959 Forrest Cox 10–14
1959–1960 Forrest Cox 7–17
1960–1961 Forrest Cox 14–9
1961–1962 Forrest Cox 10–14
Forrest Cox: 80–73
Ron Nord (Big Sky) (1962–1968)
1962–1963 Ron Nord 6–18
1963–1964 Ron Nord 6–171–95th
1964–1965 Ron Nord 11–152–86th
1965–1966 Ron Nord 14–106–43rd
1966–1967 Ron Nord 6–181–96th
1967–1968 Ron Nord 8–175–106th
Ron Nord: 51–9515–40
Bob Cope (Big Sky) (1968–1970)
1968–1969 Bob Cope 9–174–115th
1969–1970 Bob Cope 8–185–105th
Bob Cope: 17–359–21
Lou Rocheleau (Big Sky) (1970–1971)
1970–1971 Lou Rocheleau 9–156–8T5th
Jud Heathcote (Big Sky) (1971–1976)
1971–1972 Jud Heathcote 14–127–7T5th
1972–1973 Jud Heathcote 13–137–74th
1973–1974 Jud Heathcote 19–811–3T1stBig Sky playoff game
1974–1975 Jud Heathcote 21–813–11stNCAA Sweet 16
1975–1976 Jud Heathcote 13–127–75th
Jud Heathcote: 80–5345–36
Jim Brandenburg (Big Sky) (1976–1978)
1976–1977 Jim Brandenburg 6–206–8T4th
1977–1978 Jim Brandenburg 20–912–21stBig Sky Final
Jim Brandenburg: 26–2918–10
Mike Montgomery (Big Sky) (1978–1986)
1978–1979 Mike Montgomery 14–137–74thBig Sky Semifinal
1979–1980 Mike Montgomery 17–118–63rdBig Sky Final
1980–1981 Mike Montgomery 19–911–3T2ndBig Sky Final
1981–1982 Mike Montgomery 17–1010–42ndBig Sky Semifinal
1982–1983 Mike Montgomery 22–79–53rdBig Sky Semifinal
1983–1984 Mike Montgomery 23–79–52ndBig Sky Final
1984–1985 Mike Montgomery 22–810–42ndNIT 1st Round
1985–1986 Mike Montgomery 21–119–52ndNIT 1st Round
Mike Montgomery: 155–7973–39
Stew Morrill (Big Sky) (1986–1990)
1986–1987 Stew Morrill 18–118–63rdBig Sky Quarterfinal
1987–1988 Stew Morrill 18–117–97thBig Sky Semifinal
1988–1989 Stew Morrill 20–1111–53rdBig Sky Semifinal
1989–1990 Stew Morrill 19–1010–63rdBig Sky Semifinal
1990–1991 Stew Morrill 22–913–31NCAA 1st Round
Stew Morrill: 97–5949–29
Blaine Taylor (Big Sky) (1991–1998)
1991–1992 Blaine Taylor 26–514–21stNCAA 1st Round
1992–1993 Blaine Taylor 17–118–64thBig Sky Quarterfinal
1993–1994 Blaine Taylor 19–97–76thBig Sky Quarterfinal
1994–1995 Blaine Taylor 21–911–3T1stNIT 1st Round
1995–1996 Blaine Taylor 20–810–4T2ndBig Sky Quarterfinal
1996–1997 Blaine Taylor 21–1111–52ndNCAA 1st Round
1997–1998 Blaine Taylor 16–149–7T5thBig Sky Quarterfinal
Blaine Taylor: 140–6761–34
Don Holst (Big Sky) (1998–2002)
1998–1999 Don Holst 13–14
1999–2000 Don Holst 17–116–107thBig Sky Quarterfinal
2000–2001 Don Holst 11–166–10T-7th
2001–2002 Don Holst 16–157–7T4thNCAA 1st Round
Don Holst: 57–5631–31
Pat Kennedy (Big Sky) (2002–2004)
2002–2003 Pat Kennedy 13–177–7T3rdBig Sky Quarterfinal
2003–2004 Pat Kennedy 10–186–8T6thBig Sky Quarterfinal
Pat Kennedy: 23–3513–15
Larry Krystkowiak (Big Sky) (2004–2006)
2004–2005 Larry Krystkowiak 18–139–5T2ndNCAA 1st Round
2005–2006 Larry Krystkowiak 24–710–42ndNCAA 2nd Round
Larry Kryskowiak: 42–2019–9
Wayne Tinkle (Big Sky) (2006–2014)
2006–2007 Wayne Tinkle 17–1510–63rdBig Sky Semifinal
2007–2008 Wayne Tinkle 14–168–8T4thBig Sky Quarterfinal
2008–2009 Wayne Tinkle 17–1211–5T2ndBig Sky Quarterfinal
2009–2010 Wayne Tinkle 22–1010–6T3rdNCAA 1st Round
2010–2011 Wayne Tinkle 21–1112–42ndCBI 1st Round
2011–2012 Wayne Tinkle 25–615–11stNCAA 1st Round
2012–2013 Wayne Tinkle 25–719–11stNCAA 1st Round
2013–2014 Wayne Tinkle 17–1312–82nd
Wayne Tinkle: 158–9097–39
Travis DeCuire (Big Sky) (2014–present)
2014–2015 Travis DeCuire 20–1314–4T–1stNIT First Round
2015–2016 Travis DeCuire 21–1214–42ndCBI First Round
2016–2017 Travis DeCuire 16–1611–7T–5th
2017–2018 Travis DeCuire 26–816–21stNCAA 1st Round
Travis DeCuire: 83–4955–17
Total:1,545–1,204

      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

References

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