RETURN OF INVESTMENT
LAST 10 GAMES
Conference: Big 12 Conference
NCAA Division: Division I
City: Orlando, Florida
Stadium: Addition Financial Arena
- National Championships: None
- Conference Titles: 4
- Conference Regular Season Titles: 7
- NCAA Tournaments: 5
- American Athletic Conference (AAC)
- Conference USA (C-USA)
- Atlantic Sun Conference (A-Sun)
- Trans America Athletic Conference (TAAC)
- Sun Belt Conference
- American South Conference (ASC)
UCF Knights Standings & Analysis
This college basketball team analysis breaks down the team stats that matter and provides insights into the UCF Knight’s standings for this season, as well as their strengths and weaknesses. Whether you’re a seasoned sports analyst or just starting to follow college basketball, this section has something for everyone. Be sure to check the updated NCAAB injury report and the best team players.
All-Time UCF Knights Stats & Records
- Jermaine Taylor: 1,989
- Ken Leeks: 1,763
- Keith Clanton: 1,718
- Keith Clanton: 1,000
- Ken Leeks: 942
- Tacko Fall: 887
- Sinua Phillips: 531
- Cory Perry: 512
- A.J. Rompza: 487
Overview of the UCF Knights Standings
The UCF Knights basketball team had a solid 2021-2022 season, finishing with a 14-16 overall record and a 6-12 record in the American Athletic Conference. The Knights’ season was highlighted by several key victories, including a win over in-state rival USF and a thrilling double-overtime victory over conference foe Tulane.
Despite some ups and downs throughout the season, the Knights had several standout players who helped lead the team. Isaiah Adams was a force on both ends of the court, averaging a team-high 17.1 points and 6.2 rebounds per game. Darius Perry was also a key contributor, averaging 14.7 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 4.0 assists per game.
The Knights’ performance earned them a spot in the AAC tournament, where they faced off against the Cincinnati Bearcats in the first round. Despite a valiant effort, the Knights fell to the Bearcats by a score of 70-61, ending their season.
Overall, the Knights showed significant progress throughout the season and demonstrated that they can compete with some of the top teams in the AAC. With a strong core of players returning next season, including Adams and Perry, the Knights are poised to build on their success and continue to climb up the UCF Knights standings.
Before Betting on UCF Knights, Check Out These Tips:
Keep an eye on the injury reports:
It’s essential to stay updated on the injuries of both teams before placing a bet. Injuries can significantly impact a team’s performance, and a key player’s absence can have a significant effect on the outcome of the game.
Consider the schedule:
Review the team’s upcoming schedule and take note of any potential challenges or easy matchups. This will give you a better idea of how the team is likely to perform in their next few games.
Evaluate individual players:
Look at the team’s top players and their individual statistics, including points per game, rebounds, assists, and field goal percentage. This will give you a sense of who is likely to perform well in upcoming games.
Evaluate the opponent’s away record:
When UCF plays away games, it’s important to consider the opponent’s home record. A team with a strong home record can have an advantage and be more difficult to beat on their home court. Look at their record at home compared to their record away to help make your betting decision.
UCF Knights Basketball History
The University of Central Florida (UCF) Knights began as a Division II basketball team under Torchy Clark. As a DII program, UCF was prolific and made several deep runs in the Division II Tournament from 1975-76 to the 1981-1982 season.
However, after Clark stepped down, UCF fell into difficult times. This just happened to be when the program was promoted to Division I. From 1984 to 1993, the Knights were a losing team. Bettors likely faded them every night on the NCAAB odds. The three coaches that replaced Clark combined for a 34.7 winning rate (96-180).
But hope sprung anew for the Knights as Kirk Speraw, an assistant coach from Florida, took over as the new head coach. He instantly made UCF a respectable program and the team had its first winning season and NCAA Tournament appearance during his first season: 1993-94.
The Knights made return trips to the NCAA Tournament and even qualified in 1995-96 despite having an 11-19 record, the worst in the tournament. With Speraw, UCF also won the Atlantic Sun Conference (ASC) during the regular season three times and once in the tournament.
Moving to the Conference USA made it tougher for UCF as their run at making the NCAA Tournament abruptly stopped. This was even with the efforts of Jermaine Taylor, who led the Knights’ team stats in scoring and was drafted into the NBA.
In 2016, Johnny Dawkins took over the program. Like Speraw in the 1990s, UCF had a resurgence and became a winning team again. This culminated with their first win in March Madness in 2019. Led by 7’6” Tacko Fall, who led the UCF Knights’ team stats, the sizable underdogs nearly upset Duke in the second round. While UCF has yet to recapture this magical season, this program’s stock has gone up under Dawkins.