1921–22 Idaho Vandals men's basketball team
The 1921–22 Idaho Vandals men's basketball team represented the University of Idaho during the 1921–22 college basketball season. Members of the Pacific Coast Conference, the Vandals were led by second-year head coach Dave MacMillan and played their home games on campus at the Armory and Gymnasium in Moscow, Idaho.
|1921–22 Idaho Vandals men's basketball|
National Tournament, Quarterfinal
|Conference||Pacific Coast Conference|
|1921–22 record||19–2 (7–0 PCC)|
|Head coach||Dave MacMillan (2nd season)|
|Home arena||Armory and Gymnasium|
|1921–22 Pacific Coast Conference men's basketball standings|
|As of 1922; Rankings from AP Poll|
The Vandals were 19–2 overall and 7–0 in conference play.
The PCC became an eight-team league this year with the addition of USC and Idaho; the Vandals won the season title, and repeated the next year. They were led on the court by captain Rich Fox; "Bullet" became the head coach five years later.
Idaho (16–1) was also the champion of the Northwest Conference, which was the five teams of next year's PCC Northern Division plus Whitman, Willamette, and Montana. The only loss was at Montana, on a small floor.
|Opponent||Result||Record||Site (attendance) |
|National Intercollegiate Basketball Tournament|
|Thu, March 9
||vs. Kalamazoo||L 31–38||19–2
*Non-conference game. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Pacific time.
- "2017-18 Men's Basketball Media Guide". Pac-12 Conference. p. 72. Retrieved April 10, 2019.
- "2010-11 Men's Basketball Media Guide". University of Idaho Athletics. 2010. p. 91.
- "Idaho five cinches conference title". Spokane Daily Chronicle. (Washington). March 4, 1922. p. 14.
- "Idaho to open in title games". Spokane Daily Chronicle. (Washington). March 9, 1922. p. 22.
- "Kalamazoo beats Idaho basketeers". Spokane Daily Chronicle. (Washington). March 10, 1922. p. 25.
- "Wabash team wins national tournament". University Argonaut. (Moscow, Idaho). March 15, 1922. p. 1.
- "Vandals clamp hold in two conferences". University Argonaut. (Moscow, Idaho). March 8, 1922. p. 1.