All-time results - 1910s
Home games in bold
Catholic's first game of basketball was Jan. 7, 1911. The Red and Black had played a limited schedule in 1909-10, but played only one game against another university (Georgetown), instead playing mostly local high schools.
The program took another step forward in December 1911, when Fred Rice, attending graduate classes at CU, became the team's player-coach. Rice had been a three-year star at Georgetown. By midseason, Rice hung up his jersey and moved to coaching full-time. It proved to be the right decision, as Rice led Catholic to a 176-136 record over 19 seasons. Rice was Catholic's all-time winningest coach until Mike Lonergan passed him at the end of the 2000-01 season by winning the national championship.
* Now Duke University
* Catholic won by forfeit when Manhattan left the floor in the first half.
% at Washington, D.C. YMCA
* Awarded to Catholic by forfeit after altercation in first half