Conference Champion

Some articles on conference, champions, conference champion:

1943 College Football Season - Conference Standings
... The following is an incomplete list of conference standings 1943 Big Ten football standings Conf Overall Team W L T W L T #5 Purdue 6 – 0 – 9 ... – 0 – 0 #3 ... Rankings from AP Poll 1943 Southern Conference football standings Conf Overall Team W L T W L T Duke 4 – 0 – 8 ... – 1 – 0 Maryland 2 – 0 – 4 ... – 5 – 0 South Carolina 2 – 1 – 5 ... – 2 – 0 Wake ...
Cherryville High School - CHS Ironmen and Lady Ironmen Athletics
... and Terry Whisnant were selected to the All-District Team and both were honored as All-Conference selections ... The Cherryville Ironmen were sectional champions and lost in the Regionals ... ones include Emmett Feimster, Bill Hinson (coach of first conference championship team in 1969), Bud Black, David Watkins and Scott Harrill ...
2006 NBA Playoffs
... The tournament concluded with the Eastern Conference champion Miami Heat defeating the Western Conference champion Dallas Mavericks 4 games to 2 in the NBA ... They came within 1 game of making the conference finals for the first time, but lost Game 7 to the Suns ... Against the two-time defending Eastern Conference champion Detroit Pistons, the Cavs were routed in Game 1 and lost Game 2 by 6 before winning the next 3 and being 1 game away from handing the Pistons a playoff ...
1947 Rose Bowl - Big Nine-PCC Agreement
... See also Big Ten Conference, Pacific Coast Conference, and Pacific-10 Conference At the beginning, the Rose Bowl game was intended to match a West Coast team against ... began to be hosted by the Pacific Coast Conference when it was revived in the 1916 Rose Bowl, and permanently with the 1920 Rose Bowl ... its football program in 1939 and withdrew from the conference in 1946, leaving the Big Nine Conference ...

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    Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876–1958)