Syracuse Men's Basketball All-Century Team

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All-Century Team

In 2000 Syracuse University and the fans selected its Men's Basketball All-Century Team to honor its greatest players of the 20th century, coinciding with its own first century of basketball history.[1]

The All-Century team includes 18 players who earned All-America honors, including three two-time All-Americans, one three-time All-American and one four-time All-American, nine NBA first-round draft picks and eleven players who have had their jerseys retired by Syracuse. Jim Boeheim was named an All-Century coach of the team.

Player Years Lettered
Rafael Addison 1983-1986
Dave Bing 1964-1966
Roosevelt Bouie 1977-1980
Martin Byrnes 1975-1978
Vincent Cohen 1955-1957
Derrick Coleman 1987-1990
Sherman Douglas 1986-1989
Dennis DuVal 1970-1974
Billy Gabor 1943-1946,


Rudy Hackett 1973-1975
Vic Hanson 1925-1927
Jason Hart 1997-2000
Gregory Kohls 1970-1972
Jim Lee 1973-1975
Lawrence Moten 1992-1995
Louis Orr 1977-1980
Billy Owens 1989-1991
Leo Rautins 1981-1983
Danny Schayes 1978-1981
Joseph Schwartzer 1916-1918
Rony Seikaly 1985-1988
Etan Thomas 1997-2000
Stephen Thompson 1987-1990
John Wallace 1993-1996
Dwayne Washington 1983-1986
Coach Years
Jim Boeheim 1976-present

See also


  1. ^ "Men's Basketball All-Century Team". Syracuse University Athletics. Retrieved 2018-12-15.
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