Southwestern Louisiana

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Beryl Shipley
... best known for his tenure as head coach of the University of Southwestern Louisiana (now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette) from 1957 to 1973 ... That August, the NCAA found Southwestern Louisiana guilty of more than 125 violations ... He was largely ostracized by Southwestern Louisiana/Louisiana-Lafayette for many years school officials took the line that as the head coach, he should have ...
1967 NAIA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament - 1967 NAIA Bracket
... Quincy (Ill.) 14 ... Valdosta State (Ga.) 3 ... Oklahoma Baptist 66 BOTTOM TIER 7 Southwestern Louisiana 7 ... Southwestern Louisiana 110 - Findlay (Ohio) 7 ... Southwestern ...
List Of University And College Name Changes In The United States - L
... Female College Longwood College 2004 University of Louisiana at Lafayette Southwestern Louisiana Industrial Institute (1900–1921), Southwestern Louisiana Institute (1921–1960 ...
Sun Belt Conference Men's Basketball Tournament - Champions By Year
... Old Dominion Chris Gatling, Old Dominion Mobile Civic Center Mobile, Alabama 1992 Southwestern Louisiana 75–71 Louisiana Tech Todd Hill, Southwestern Louisiana Mississippi Coast Coliseum Biloxi, Mississippi ... Coliseum Little Rock, Arkansas 1997 South Alabama 44–43 Louisiana Tech Rusty Yoder, South Alabama Barton Coliseum Little Rock, Arkansas 1998 South Alabama ... Summit Arena Hot Springs, Arkansas Note 'Southwestern Louisiana' became the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, in 1999 ...
1972 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament - Teams
... L 85-74 Midwest n/a Kansas State Jack Hartman Regional Runner-up Louisville L 72-65 Midwest n/a Southwestern Louisiana Beryl Shipley Regional Third Place Texas W 100-70 ...

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