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1938-39 Season Summary

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National Champion: Oregon
Final Four: Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon and Villanova

Consensus Player of the Year: Chet Jaworski

Conference Summary

Record does not reflect forfeits or vacated games
Rk Conference Schls W L W-L% NCAA FF Regular Season Champ Tournament Champ
1 Big Six Conference 6 57 57 .500 1 1 Missouri
Oklahoma
2 Big Ten Conference 10 118 82 .590 1 1 Ohio State
3 Border Intercollegiate Athletic Association 7 81 79 .506 0 0 New Mexico State
4 Eastern Intercollegiate Conference 6 68 55 .553 0 0 Carnegie Mellon
Georgetown
5 Independent 48 567 363 .610 2 1
6 Ivy Group 7 67 72 .482 0 0 Dartmouth
7 Metropolitan New York Conference 8 110 49 .692 0 0 Long Island University
8 Missouri Valley Conference 8 93 86 .520 0 0 Drake
Oklahoma State
9 Mountain States Athletic Conference 7 73 68 .518 1 0 Colorado
10 Northern California Conference 5 49 46 .516 0 0 Santa Clara
11 Pacific Coast Conference 9 164 92 .641 1 1 Oregon (North)
12 Southeastern Conference 13 139 114 .549 0 0 Kentucky Kentucky
13 Southern Conference 15 164 158 .509 1 0 Wake Forest Clemson
14 Southwest Conference 7 84 70 .545 1 0 Texas
15 Yankee Conference 5 46 40 .535 0 0 Rhode Island

Consensus All-America Teams

1st Team
Chet Jaworski (Rhode Island)
Ernie Andres (Indiana)
Irving Torgoff (Long Island University)
Jimmy Hull (Ohio State)
Urgel Wintermute (Oregon)
2nd Team
Bernard Opper (Kentucky)
Bob Calihan (Detroit Mercy)
Bob Hassmiller (Fordham)
Michael Novak (Loyola (IL))
Robert Anet (Oregon)