1995–96 Eastern Michigan Eagles men’s basketball team – Wikipedia

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American faculty basketball season

The 1995–96 Jap Michigan Eagles males’s basketball staff represented Jap Michigan College all the way through the 1995–96 NCAA Department I males’s basketball season. The Hurons, led via head trainer Ben Braun, performed their house video games at Bowen Box Space and had been individuals of the Mid-American Convention. They completed the season 25–6, 14–4 in MAC play. They had been MAC Common season and MAC Match champions, and gained an automated bid to the NCAA Match as No. 9 seed within the Southeast area. The Eagles defeated Duke ahead of falling to No. 1 seed UConn in the second one spherical.

1995–96 Jap Michigan Hurons males’s basketball staff
Gamers Coaches
Head trainer
Assistant trainer(es)

Legend
  • (C) Crew captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • (W) Stroll-on

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Agenda and effects[edit]

Date
time, TV
Rank# Opponent# End result File Website online (attendance)
town, state
Common Season
Nov 25, 1995*
Saint Francis (IN) W 83–70  1–0 Bowen Box Space 
Ypsilanti, Michigan
Dec 27, 1995*
vs. Texas Tech W 93–77  7–0 Don Haskins Middle 
El Paso, Texas
Jan 3, 1996
Toledo W 91–87 2OT 8–1
(1–0)
Bowen Box Space 
Ypsilanti, Michigan
MAC Match
Mar 8, 1996*
vs. Ball State
Semifinals
W 87–71  23–5 SeaGate Conference Middle 
Toledo, Ohio
Mar 9, 1996*
at Toledo
Championship sport
W 77–63  24–5 SeaGate Conference Middle 
Toledo, Ohio
NCAA Match
Mar 14, 1996*
(9 MW) vs. (8 MW) Duke
First Spherical
W 75–60  25–5 RCA Dome 
Indianapolis, Indiana
Mar 16, 1996*
(9 MW) vs. (1 MW) No. 3 Connecticut
2d Spherical
L 81–95  25–6 RCA Dome 
Indianapolis, Indiana
*Non-conference sport. #Scores from AP Ballot. (#) Match seedings in parentheses. SE=Southeast.
All instances are in Jap Time.

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