The ones I remember were: Jim Rowinski, Curt Clawson, Greg Eifert, Ricky Hall, and Steve Reid.
Mark Atkinson, Joe Gampfer (maybe dismissed from the team before the end of the season), Mack Gadis, Herb Robinson, Tim Fisher, Charlie Lundstrum, and Mark McClendon.
For previous poster - Jimmy Oliver graduated after 1990. 1991: Linc Darner; Ian Stanback; Travis Trice; Matt Waddell, Cornelius McNary, Craig Riley, Cuonzo Martin, Woody Austin, Matt Painter, Brandon Brantley, Todd Foster (Redshirt), Glenn Robinson (ineligible due to prop 48), Herb Dove. It's been a long time, but those are some names that stand out.
The 1988-89 Purdue men's Basketball roster included Chuckie White, Keith Stewart, Steve Scheffler, and Stephen Scheffler. Other players included Woody Austin, Dave Barrett, Ryan Berning, John Brugos, and Loren Clyburn. Craig Riley, Kenneth Jones, Bill Reid, Melvin McCants, Marvin Rea, and Jimmy Oliver were also on the team's roster.
In 1993-94 Purdue University basketball was a national power led by coach Gene Keady. That year they went 29-5 with a roster of Robinson, Martin, Waddell, Roberts, Brantley, Stanback, Jennings, Dove, Darner, Foster, McNary, Williams, Gilvydis, and Ervin.
Billy Keller, Rick Mount, Herm Gilliam, Chuck Bavis, George Faeber, Ralph Taylor
Glenn Robinson Cuonzo Martin Matt Waddell Porter Roberts Brandon Brantley Justin Jennings Ian Stanback Herb Dove Cornelius McNary This is all I can remember at this time.
PURDUE UNIVERSITY won the Mens Basketball Championship in 1932 with a final record of 17-1, with now legendary coach John Wooden as a member of the team. Purdue also as of 2009 has the most Big Ten Men's Basketball Conference crowns at 21. More than I.U.
No. The only time Purdue has made it to the Championship game was in 1969 against UCLA. UCLA beat them 92-72
Purdue Boilermakers men's basketball was created in 1896.
Purdue is located in West Lafayette, Indiana.
There was no championship game in 1932. There was however the Helms Foundation champion. In that year Purdue claimed the title with a record of 17-1. There was no game played to determine the champion.
as of feb 8 2011 purdue leads the all time series 110-84
they was a pro basketball team
Purdue's first basketball game was played at Military Hall and Gymnasium on January 23, 1897. Coach F. Homer Curtis led Purdue to a 34-19 victory over the Lafayette YMCA.
Through 2013, Purdue has yet to win the NCAA men's basketball tournament. It made it to the Final Four in 1969 and 1980, advancing to the Championship Game in 1969 but losing the title to UCLA.