24-6 (plus one non major win)
12th in winning percentage
128th in opponents winning percentage
76th in opponents SOS
18th in road winning percentage
39th in normal RPI rating
30th in road RPI rating
22-12 (plus one)
That year we got swept by UT in the regular season, tied them for the conference regular season championship, then went on to beat them in the conference championship game by a dominating 91-72. Texas was given an 8 seed, we were given a 10th seed. I clearly remember when the committee was asked how Houston got ranked behind UT after winning the conference tourney, they said they had seeded Houston and UT before the championship game, the championship game results did not matter.
Oh for those that say winning cures attendance woes, here is a few numbers for you.
1990 25-8, NCAA appearance, 9 home games under 4k attendance.
1991 18-11, NIT appearance, 8 home games under 4k.
1992 25-6, NCAA appearance, 4 home games under 4k.
1993 21-9, NIT appearance, 6 home games under 4k.
In 1993, with only 4757 showing up for our final home game against TCU and the NCAA passing up Houston with a 52 RPI, Foster was gone and the Alvin Brooks era began.