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2009 in basketball

The following are the basketball events of the year 2009 throughout the world.

Tournaments include international (FIBA), professional (club) and amateur and collegiate levels.



Men's tournaments

Other tournaments

Women's tournaments

Olympic qualifiers

Other tournaments

  • Pan American Games at
  • Southeast Asian Games at
  • Southeast Asia Basketball Association Championship for Women 2009 at

Youth tournaments

Club championships

Intercontinental championships

National championships





Country League / Tournament Champion Runner-up Result Playoff format
Canada Canada 2009 CIS Men's Basketball Championship Carleton Ravens UBC Thunderbirds 87–77 Single-game final
Philippines Philippines UAAP Season 72 Ateneo Blue Eagles UE Red Warriors 2–1 Best-of-three series
NCAA Season 85 San Sebastian Stags San Beda Red Lions 2–0 Best-of-three series
United States United States NCAA Division I North Carolina Tar Heels Michigan State Spartans 89–72 Single-game final
National Invitation Tournament Penn State Lions Baylor 69–63 Single-game final
College Basketball Invitational Oregon State UTEP 2–1 Best-of-three series Tournament Old Dominion Bradley 66–62 Single-game final
NCAA Division II Findlay Cal Poly Pomona 56–53 (OT) Single-game final
NCAA Division III Washington University (SL) Stockton University 61–52 Single-game final
NAIA Division I Rocky Mountain College (MT) Columbia College (MO) 77–61 Single-game final
NAIA Division II Oklahoma Wesleyan University Ozarks College (MO) 60–53 Single-game final
NJCAA Division I Salt Lake Comm. College (UT) Midland College (TX) 67–60 Single-game final
NJCAA Division II Johnson County Comm. College Kirkwood Community College 63–49 Single-game final
NJCAA Division III Richland College (TX) Minneapolis ComTech College (MN) 58–57 Single-game final



Awards and honors

Basketball Hall of Fame

Women's Basketball Hall of Fame

FIBA Hall of Fame

  • Artenik Arabadjian
  • Marcel Pfeuti
  • Contributors[7]
  • Al Ramsay






See also


  1. ^ "NJCAA WOMEN'S BASKETBALL RECORD BOOK" (PDF). NJCAA. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-10-14. Retrieved 10 Oct 2014.
  2. ^ "Hall of Famers". Basketball Hall of Fame. Retrieved 12 Oct 2014.
  3. ^ "Women's Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2009". Women's Basketball Hall of Fame. Retrieved 12 Oct 2014.
  4. ^ "Players' list". FIBA. Retrieved 12 Oct 2014.
  5. ^ "Coaches' list". FIBA. Retrieved 12 Oct 2014.
  6. ^ "Technical Officials' list:". FIBA. Retrieved 12 Oct 2014.
  7. ^ "Contributors' list list:". FIBA. Retrieved 12 Oct 2014.

External links

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