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1 The Tournament Tournament Records... 5 Tournament History Facts Annual Individual Leaders Tournament Seed History... 6 Conference Won-Lost Records... 7 Tournament Field by State Televised College Basketball Games Financial Analysis Tournament Facts Team-By-Team Won-Lost Records... 8

2 5 Tournament Records Individual Game Tournament Records A national championship game is indicated by (CH), national semifinal game by (NSF), national third-place game by (Nd), regional final game by (RF), regional semifinal game by (RSF), regional third-place game by (Rd), second-round game by (nd R), first-round game by (st R), opening-round game by (Opening R), and later vacated by (*). Individual Game Points 6, Austin Carr, Notre Dame vs. Ohio, st R, , Bill Bradley, Princeton vs. Wichita St., Nd, , Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati vs. Arkansas, Rd, , Austin Carr, Notre Dame vs. Kentucky, RSF, , Austin Carr, Notre Dame vs. TCU, st R, , David Robinson, Navy vs. Michigan, st R, , Elvin Hayes, Houston vs. Loyola (Ill.), st R, , Hal Lear, Temple vs. SMU, Nd, , Austin Carr, Notre Dame vs. Houston, Rd, , Dave Corzine, DePaul vs. Louisville, RSF, ( ot) 45, Bob Houbregs, Washington vs. Seattle, RSF, , Austin Carr, Notre Dame vs. Iowa, Rd, , Bo Kimble, Loyola Marymount vs. New Mexico St., st R, , Clyde Lovellette, Kansas vs. St. Louis, RF, , Rod Thorn, West Virginia vs. St. Joseph s, RSF, , Dan Issel, Kentucky vs. Notre Dame, RSF, , Bill Walton, UCLA vs. Memphis, CH, , Hersey Hawkins, Bradley vs. Auburn, st R, , Travis Mays, Texas vs. Georgia, st R, , Glenn Robinson, Purdue vs. Kansas, RSF, Points by Two Teammates 85, Austin Carr (6) and Collis Jones (4), Notre Dame vs. Ohio, st R, , Austin Carr (5) and Collis Jones (6), Notre Dame vs. TCU, st R, , Jeff Fryer (4) and Bo Kimble (7), Loyola Marymount vs. Michigan, nd R, , Bill Bradley (58) and Don Rodenbach (6), Princeton vs. Wichita St., Nd, , Austin Carr (5) and Collis Jones (), Notre Dame vs. Kentucky, RSF, --97 Points by Two Opposing Players 96, Austin Carr (5), Notre Dame, and Dan Issel (44), Kentucky, RSF, , Austin Carr (6), Notre Dame, and John Canine (4), Ohio, st R, , Austin Carr (47), Notre Dame, and Poo Welch (8), Houston, Rd, , David Robinson (5), Navy, and Garde Thompson (), Michigan, st R, , Hersey Hawkins (44), Bradley and Chris Morris (6), Auburn, st R, Field Goals 5, Austin Carr, Notre Dame vs. Ohio, st R, -7-97, Bill Bradley, Princeton vs. Wichita St., Nd, , Austin Carr, Notre Dame vs. Kentucky, RSF, -- 97, David Robinson, Navy vs. Michigan, st R, , Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati vs. Arkansas, Rd, , Austin Carr, Notre Dame vs. Iowa, Rd, -4-97, Bill Walton, UCLA vs. Memphis, CH, -6-97, Bob Houbregs, Washington vs. Seattle, RSF, --95, Elvin Hayes, Houston vs. Loyola (Ill.), st R, , Austin Carr, Notre Dame vs. TCU, st R, Field Goals Attempted 44, Austin Carr, Notre Dame vs. Ohio, st R, , Lennie Rosenbluth, North Carolina vs. Michigan St., NSF, ( ot) 4, *Dwight Lamar, La.-Lafayette vs. Louisville, RSF, , Austin Carr, Notre Dame vs. Houston, Rd, , Austin Carr, Notre Dame vs. Iowa, Rd, , Bob Cousy, Holy Cross vs. North Carolina St., RF, , David Robinson, Navy vs. Michigan, st R, , Charles Jones, Long Island vs. Villanova, st R, , Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati vs. Arkansas, Rd, , Rick Mount, Purdue vs. UCLA, CH, , Ernie DiGregorio, Providence vs. Memphis, NSF, , Popeye Jones, Murray St. vs. Michigan St., st R, (ot) Field-Goal Percentage (Minimum FGM) % (-), Kenny Walker, Kentucky vs. Western Ky., nd R, % (-), Marvin Barnes, Providence vs. Penn, RSF, % (-), Christian Laettner, Duke vs. Kentucky, RF, (ot) 95.5% (-), Bill Walton, UCLA vs. Memphis, CH, % (-), Dennis Holman, SMU vs. Cincinnati, Rd, % (-), Quadre Lollis, Montana St. vs. Syracuse, st R, % (-), Pembrook Burrows, Jacksonville vs. Iowa, RSF, % (-), Kenny Gregory, Kansas vs. DePaul, st R, % (-), Jerry Lucas, Ohio St. vs. St. Joseph s, NSF, % (-), Akeem Olajuwon, Houston vs. Villanova, RF, % (-), Dwayne McClain, Villanova vs. Marshall, st R, % (-), Billy Thompson, Louisville vs. LSU, NSF, % (-), Lenzie Howell, Arkansas vs. Loyola Marymount, st R, % (-), Oliver Miller, Arkansas vs. Murray St., st R, % (-), Travis Ford, Kentucky vs. Wake Forest, RSF, % (-), Torin Francis, Notre Dame vs. Arizona, RSF, % (-), Sean May, North Carolina vs. Illinois, CH, Three-Point Field Goals, Jeff Fryer, Loyola Marymount vs. Michigan, nd R, -8-99, Freddie Banks, UNLV vs. Indiana, NSF, , Garde Thompson, Michigan vs. Navy, st R, , Johnny Miller, Temple vs. Cincinnati, st R, , Johnny Hemsley, Miami (Fla.) vs. Lafayette, st R, , Ricky Paulding, Missouri vs. Marquette, nd R, -- (ot) 9, Gerry McNamara, Syracuse vs. BYU, st R, , tied (most recent: two in 8) THREE-Point Field Goals ATTEMPTED, Jeff Fryer, Loyola Marymount vs. Arkansas, st R, , Chris Walker, Villanova vs. LSU, st R, , Freddie Banks, UNLV vs. Indiana, NSF, , Gerald Paddio, UNLV vs. Iowa, nd R, , Phillip Allen, N.C. A&T vs. Arkansas, st R, , Bobby Hurley, Duke vs. California, nd R, , Jeff Boschee, Kansas vs. Kentucky, nd R, , Darius Lane, Seton Hall vs. Oklahoma St., RSF, -4-8, Chris Lofton, Tennessee vs. Wichita St., nd R, , Damin Lopez, Pepperdine vs. Michigan, st R, , Johnny Miller, Temple vs. Cincinnati, st R, , Shawn Respert, Michigan St. vs. Weber St., st R, , Dedric Willoughby, Iowa St. vs. UCLA, RSF, (ot) 7, Kirk Hinrich, Kansas vs. Arizona, RF, -9-7, Taquan Dean, Louisville vs. West Virginia, RF, , Drew Neitzel, Michigan St. vs. North Carolina, nd R, -7-7 Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage (Minimum Five FGM) % (8-8), John Goldsberry, UNC Wilmington vs. Maryland, st R, -- % (7-7), Sam Cassell, Florida St. vs. Tulane, nd R, --99 % (6-6), Mike Buck, Middle Tenn. vs. Florida St., st R, % (6-6), Migjen Bakalli, North Carolina St. vs. Southern Miss., st R, % (6-6), Rex Walters, Kansas vs. Ball St., st R, % (6-6), Tay Fisher, Siena vs. Vanderbilt, st R, --8 % (5-5), Mitch Richmond, Kansas St. vs. Georgia, st R, (ot) % (5-5), Hubert Davis, North Carolina vs. Eastern Mich., RSF, --99 % (5-5), Kwame Evans, George Washington vs. New Mexico, st R, % (5-5), Jamal Mashburn, Kentucky vs. Wake Forest, RSF, % (5-5), Dwayne Morton, Louisville vs. Minnesota, nd R, % (5-5), Darren Brooks, Southern Ill. vs. Alabama, st R, -8-4 Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage (Minimum Seven FGM) % (8-8), John Goldsberry, UNC Wilmington vs. Maryland, st R, -- % (7-7), Sam Cassell, Florida St. vs. Tulane, nd R, % (8-9), Darnell Archey, Butler vs. Louisville, nd R, % (7-8), William Scott, Kansas St. vs. DePaul, nd R, % (7-8), Shane Hawkins, Southern Ill. vs. Syracuse, st R, % (7-8), Phil Cullen, Utah vs. Indiana, st R, -4- Free Throws made, Bob Carney, Bradley vs. Colorado, RSF, --954, Travis Mays, Texas vs. Georgia, st R, -7-99, David Robinson, Navy vs. Syracuse, nd R, , Tom Hammonds, Georgia Tech vs. Iowa St., st R, , John O Brien, Seattle vs. Wyoming, Rd, , Jon Rose, Connecticut vs. Boston U., st R, , Gail Goodrich, UCLA vs. Michigan, CH, , Wayne Simien, Kansas vs. UAB, RSF, , Jared Dudley, Boston College vs. Milwaukee, nd R, , Roger Newman, Kentucky vs. Ohio St., RF, , Barry Kramer, New York U. vs. West Virginia, Rd, , Tyrone Hill, Xavier vs. Kansas St., st R, , Steve Nash, Santa Clara vs. Maryland, st R, Free Throws Attempted 7, David Robinson, Navy vs. Syracuse, nd R, , Travis Mays, Texas vs. Georgia, st R, , Bob Carney, Bradley vs. Colorado, RSF, --954

3 Tournament Records Individual Game 5 4, Donnie Gaunce, Morehead St. vs. Iowa, RSF, , John O Brien, Seattle vs. Wyoming, Rd, -4-95, Wilt Chamberlain, Kansas vs. Oklahoma City, RF, , Roger Newman, Kentucky vs. Ohio St., RF, -8-96, Ronny Turiaf, Gonzaga vs. Cincinnati, st R, --, Adrian Dantley, Notre Dame vs. Kansas, st R, , John Bagley, Boston College vs. Wake Forest, nd R, -5-98, *Vernon Maxwell, Florida vs. North Carolina St., st R, --987, Tom Hammonds, Georgia Tech vs. Iowa St., st R, , Brad Miller, Purdue vs. Rhode Island, st R, , Jared Dudley, Boston College vs. Milwaukee, nd R, -9-5 Free-Throw Percentage (Minimum FTM) % (6-6), Bill Bradley, Princeton vs. St. Joseph s, st R, --96 % (6-6), Fennis Dembo, Wyoming vs. UCLA, nd R, % (5-5), Austin Croshere, Providence vs. Marquette, st R, % (-), Bill Bradley, Princeton vs. Providence, RF, % (-), Mike Maloy, Davidson vs. St. John s (N.Y.), RSF, % (-), Al Gooden, Ball St. vs. Boston College, st R, --98 % (-), 7 tied (most recent: Caron Butler, Connecticut vs. North Carolina St., nd R, -7- ) Rebounds 4, Fred Cohen, Temple vs. Connecticut, RSF, , Nate Thurmond, Bowling Green vs. Mississippi St., Rd, -6-96, Jerry Lucas, Ohio St. vs. Kentucky, RF, , Toby Kimball, Connecticut vs. St. Joseph s, st R, , Elvin Hayes, Houston vs. Pacific, Rd, , Bill Russell, San Francisco vs. Iowa, CH, , John Green, Michigan St. vs. Notre Dame, RSF, , Paul Silas, Creighton vs. Oklahoma City, st R, , Elvin Hayes, Houston vs. Loyola (Ill.), st R, , Howard Jolliff, Ohio vs. Georgia Tech, RSF, , Phil Hubbard, Michigan vs. Detroit, RSF, , Jerry Lucas, Ohio St. vs. Western Ky., RSF, , Elvin Hayes, Houston vs. TCU, RF, , Jerry Bird, Kentucky vs. Iowa, RF, , Don Boldebuck, Houston vs. Kansas St., Rd, , Bob Pettit, LSU vs. Penn St., RSF, , K.E. Kirchner, TCU vs. DePaul, Rd, , Paul Silas, Creighton vs. Memphis, st R, , Eddie Jackson, Oklahoma City vs. Creighton, st R, , Elvin Hayes, Houston vs. UCLA, NSF, , Elvin Hayes, Houston vs. Louisville, RSF, , Sam Lacey, New Mexico St. vs. Drake, RF, , Tom Burleson, North Carolina St. vs. Providence, RSF, Rebounds Since 97 6, Phil Hubbard, Michigan vs. Detroit, RSF, , Tom Burleson, North Carolina St. vs. Providence, RSF, , Kent Benson, Indiana vs. Kentucky, RSF, , Larry Kenon, Memphis vs. Providence, NSF, -6-97, Akeem Olajuwon, Houston vs. Louisville, NSF, 4--98, Tim Duncan, Wake Forest vs. Oklahoma St., RSF, , Tim Duncan, Wake Forest vs. St. Mary s (Cal.), st R, , Luke Harangody, Notre Dame vs. Washington St., nd R, --8, Marvin Barnes, Providence vs. Furman, Rd, , Leon Douglas, Alabama vs. Arizona St., st R, , Ralph Sampson, Virginia vs. UAB, RSF, -8-98, Loy Vaught, Michigan vs. Illinois St., st R, -6-99, Joe Smith, Maryland vs. Texas, nd R, , Nick Collison, Kansas vs. Syracuse, CH, 4-7-, Larry Kenon, Memphis vs. South Carolina, RSF, -5-97, Mike Franklin, Cincinnati vs. Texas A&M, st R, , Tom Roy, Maryland vs. Louisville, RF, --975, George Johnson, St. John s (N.Y.) vs. Louisville, st R, --978, Jerome Lane, Pittsburgh vs. Vanderbilt, nd R, --988, Tim Duncan, Wake Forest vs. Stanford, nd R, , Drew Gooden, Kansas vs. Oregon, RF, -4-, Jared Homan, Iowa St. vs. North Carolina, nd R, --5 Assists 8, Mark Wade, UNLV vs. Indiana, NSF, , *Sam Crawford, New Mexico St. vs. Nebraska, st R, , Earl Watson, UCLA vs. Maryland, nd R, -8-6, Mitch Johnson, Stanford vs. Marquette, nd R, --8 5, Kenny Patterson, DePaul vs. Syracuse, st R, , Keith Smart, Indiana vs. Auburn, nd R, , Pepe Sanchez, Temple vs. Lafayette, st R, -7-4, Dickey Beal, Kentucky vs. BYU, nd R, , Carl Wright, SMU vs. Miami (Ohio), st R, , John Crotty, Virginia vs. Middle Tenn., nd R, , Pooh Richardson, UCLA vs. Iowa St., st R, , Jason Kidd, California vs. Duke, nd R, , Mike Lloyd, Syracuse vs. Southern Ill., st R, , Tezale Archie, Pepperdine vs. Oklahoma St., nd R, -9-4, Adam Emmenecker, Drake vs. Western Ky., st R, --8 Blocked Shots, Shaquille O Neal, LSU vs. BYU, st R, -9-99, Shawn Bradley, BYU vs. Virginia, st R, , David Robinson, Navy vs. Cleveland St., RSF, , D or Fischer, Northwestern St. vs. Winthrop, Opening R, -- 8, Tim Perry, Temple vs. Lehigh, st R, , Mark Strickland, Temple vs. Oklahoma St., RSF, --99 (ot) 8, Acie Earl, Iowa vs. Duke, nd R, , Tim Duncan, Wake Forest vs. Col. of Charleston, st R, , Erick Dampier, Mississippi St. vs. Utah, nd R, , Tim Duncan, Wake Forest vs. Oklahoma St., RSF, , Kelvin Cato, Iowa St. vs. Illinois St., st R, , Shane Battier, Duke vs. Kansas, nd R, -9-8, Tarvis Williams, Hampton vs. Georgetown, nd R, -7-8, Kevin Love, UCLA vs. Texas A&M, nd R, -- 8 Steals 8, Darrell Hawkins, Arkansas vs. Holy Cross, st R, , Grant Hill, Duke vs. California, nd R, , Duane Clemens, Ball St. vs. UCLA, st R, -6-7, Tommy Amaker, Duke vs. Old Dominion, nd R, , Tommy Amaker, Duke vs. Louisville, CH, , Reggie Miller, UCLA vs. Wyoming, nd R, , Delray Brooks, Providence vs. Austin Peay, nd R, (ot) 7, Ricky Grace, Oklahoma vs. Iowa, RSF, (ot) 7, Mookie Blaylock, Oklahoma vs. Kansas, CH, , Scott Burrell, Connecticut vs. Xavier, nd R, , Ted Ellis, Manhattan vs. Oklahoma, st R, , *Edgar Padilla, Massachusetts vs. UCF, st R, , Kawika Akina, Northern Ariz. vs. Cincinnati, st R, , T.J. Ford, Texas vs. Oregon, RSF, -- 7, Zakee Wadood, East Tenn. St. vs. Wake Forest, st R, -- 7, Jamon Gordon, Virginia Tech vs. Illinois, st R, , Darryl Proctor, UMBC vs. Georgetown, st R, --8 Triple-Doubles Gary Grant, Michigan vs. North Carolina, nd R, : 4 pts., rebs. & asts. Shaquille O Neal, LSU vs. BYU, st R, -9-99: 6 pts., rebs. & blks. David Cain, St. John s (N.Y.) vs. Texas Tech, st R, -8-99: pts., rebs. & asts. Andre Miller, Utah vs. Arizona, RF, --998: 8 pts., 4 rebs. & asts. Dwyane Wade, Marquette vs. Kentucky, RF, -9- : 9 pts., rebs. & asts. UNOFFICIAL Triple-Doubles B.H. Born, Kansas vs. Indiana, CH, -8-95: 6 pts., 5 rebs. & blocks. Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati vs. Kansas St., RF, : 4 pts., 7 rebs. & asts. Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati vs. Louisville, Nrd, --959: 9 pts., 7 rebs. & asts. Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati vs. California, NSF, -8-96: 8 pts., rebs. & asts. Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati vs. New York U., Nd, -9-96: pts., 4 rebs. & asts. Artis Gilmore, Jacksonville vs. Western Ky., st R, --97: pts., rebs. & blocks. Magic Johnson, Michigan St. vs. Lamar, nd R, : pts., 7 rebs. & asts. Magic Johnson, Michigan St. vs. Penn, NSF, : 9 pts., rebs. & asts. NOTE: Although assists were not ranked nationally until 984, and steals and blocked shots were added in 986, many official tournament box scores before this time included these statistics and were used in compiling the list of unofficial tournament triple-doubles. Individual Series (Three-Game Minimum for Averages and Per centages) Points 84, Glen Rice, Michigan, 989 (6 games) 77, Bill Bradley, Princeton, 965 (5) 67, Elvin Hayes, Houston, 968 (5) 6, Danny Manning, Kansas, 988 (6) 6, Hal Lear, Temple, 956 (5) 6, Jerry West, West Virginia, 959 (5) 58, Austin Carr, Notre Dame, 97 () 58, Joe Barry Carroll, Purdue, 98 (6) 55, Juan Dixon, Maryland, (6) 54, Jason Williams, Duke, (6) Scoring Average 5.7 (58 points in games), Austin Carr, Notre Dame, (5 in ), Austin Carr, Notre Dame, (4 in 4), Jerry Chambers, Utah, (4 in 4), Bo Kimble, Loyola Marymount, (77 in 5), Bill Bradley, Princeton, (4 in 4), Clyde Lovellette, Kansas, (4 in 4), Gail Goodrich, UCLA, (5 in ), Jerry West, West Virginia, (9 in 4), Bob Houbregs, Washington, 95.4 (67 in 5), Elvin Hayes, Houston, 968 Field Goals 75, Glen Rice, Michigan, 989 (6 games) 7, Elvin Hayes, Houston, 968 (5) The Tournament

4 5 Tournament Records Individual Series 69, Danny Manning, Kansas, 988 (6) 68, Austin Carr, Notre Dame, 97 () 66, Johnny Dawkins, Duke, 986 (6) 65, Bill Bradley, Princeton, 965 (5) 6, Hal Lear, Temple, 956 (5) 6, Joe Barry Carroll, Purdue, 98 (6) 6, Stacey King, Oklahoma, 988 (6) 6, *Jim McDaniels, Western Ky., 97 (5) Field Goals Attempted 8, *Jim McDaniels, Western Ky., 97 (5 games) 7, Elvin Hayes, Houston, 968 (5), Glen Rice, Michigan, 989 (6) 5, Danny Manning, Kansas, 988 (6) 4, Lennie Rosenbluth, North Carolina, 957 (5), Ernie DiGregorio, Providence, 97 (5), Bo Kimble, Loyola Marymount, 99 (4) 9, Elvin Hayes, Houston, 967 (5) 8, Austin Carr, Notre Dame, 97 () 6, Rick Mount, Purdue, 969 (4) Field-Goal Percentage (Minimum Five FGM Per Game) 78.8% (6-), Christian Laettner, Duke, 989 (5 games) 78.6% (-8), Heyward Dotson, Columbia, 968 () 78.% (8-), *Winston Bennett, Kentucky, 988 () 78.% (-4), Kevin Gamble, Iowa, 987 (4) 77.% (7-5), Mark Dressler, Missouri, 98 () 76.9% (-6), Robert Werdann, St. John s (N.Y.), 99 (4) 76.9% (-6), Shavlik Randolph, Duke, 4 (5) 76.5% (6-4), Alex Gilbert, Indiana St., 979 (5) 76.% (9-8), Kelvin Johnson, Richmond, 984 () 76.% (45-59), Bill Walton, UCLA, 97 (4) Three-Point Field Goals 7, Glen Rice, Michigan, 989 (6 games) 6, Freddie Banks, UNLV, 987 (5) 4, Dennis Scott, Georgia Tech, 99 (5), Jeff Fryer, Loyola Marymount, 99 (4), Jason Williams, Duke, (6), Luther Head, Illinois, 5 (6), Lee Humphrey, Florida, 7 (6), Stephen Curry, Davidson, 8 (4), Donald Williams, North Carolina, 99 (6), Juan Dixon, Maryland, (6), Lee Humphrey, Florida, 6 (6) Three-Point Field Goals MADE PER GAME 5.75, ( FGM in 4 games), Stephen Curry, Davidson, 8 5.5, ( in 4), William Scott, Kansas St., , (6 in 5), Freddie Banks, UNLV, , (5 in ), Gerry McNamara, Syracuse, 4 4.8, (4 in 5), Dennis Scott, Georgia Tech, , (9 in 4), A.J. Abrams, Texas, , (4 in ), Dedric Willoughby, Iowa St., , (4 in ), Tyron Brazelton, Western Ky., 8 4.5, (7 in 6), Glen Rice, Michigan, , ( in ), Ronnie McMahan, Vanderbilt, 99 4., ( in ), Gary Collier, Tulsa, , ( in ), Ray Allen, Connecticut, , ( in ), Ed McCants, Milwaukee, 5 4., ( in ), Chris Lofton, Tennessee, 7 Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 66, Jason Williams, Duke, (6 games) 65, Freddie Banks, UNLV, 987 (5) 58, Luther Head, Illinois, 5 (6) 55, Jeff Fryer, Loyola Marymount, 99 (4) 54, Dennis Scott, Georgia Tech, 99 (5) 49, Glen Rice, Michigan, 989 (6) 49, Kirk Hinrich, Kansas, (6) 49, Lee Humphrey, Florida, 7 (6) 48, Lee Humphrey, Florida, 6 (6) 46, Dave Sieger, Oklahoma, 988 (6) 46, *Carmelo Travieso, Massachusetts, 996 (5) Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage (Minimum.5 FGM Per Game,. FGM since ) % (6-6), Ranzino Smith, North Carolina, 987 (4 games) 85.7% (6-7), Mike Chappell, Duke, 998 (4) 8.8% (9-), Brandon Rush, Kansas, 7 (4) 8.% (8-), John Crotty, Virginia, 989 (4) 77.8% (7-9), Corey Williams, Oklahoma St., 99 () 75.% (6-8), Ryan Childress, Tennessee, 7 () 7.7% (8-), A.J. Granger, Michigan St., 999 (5) 7.4% (5-7), Ben Caton, Utah, 996 () 7.6% (-7), Sam Cassell, Florida St., 99 (4) 68.8% (-6), Darnell Archey, Butler, () Free Throws made 55, Bob Carney, Bradley, 954 (5 games) 49, Don Schlundt, Indiana, 95 (4) 49, Christian Laettner, Duke, 99 (6) 47, Bill Bradley, Princeton, 965 (5) 46, Jerry West, West Virginia, 959 (5) 45, Cedric Maxwell, Charlotte, 977 (5) 45, Michael Doleac, Utah, 998 (6) 44, Len Chappell, Wake Forest, 96 (5) 4, Travis Mays, Texas, 99 (4) 4, Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati, 959 (4) 4, Gail Goodrich, UCLA, 965 (4) 4, Christian Laettner, Duke, 99 (6) Free Throws Attempted 7, Jerry West, West Virginia, 959 (5 games) 7, Bob Carney, Bradley, 954 (5) 6, Don Schlundt, Indiana, 95 (4) 6, Chris Douglas-Roberts, Memphis, 8 (6) 6, Len Chappell, Wake Forest, 96 (5) 6, Wilt Chamberlain, Kansas, 957 (4) 55, David Robinson, Navy, 986 (4) 54, Christian Laettner, Duke, 99 (6) 54, Michael Doleac, Utah, 998 (6) 5, Cedric Maxwell, Charlotte, 977 (5) 5, Ed Pinckney, Villanova, 985 (6) Perfect Free-Throw Percentage Minimum.5 FTM Per Game) % (5-5), Arthur Lee, Stanford, 998 (5 games) % (-), Richard Morgan, Virginia, 989 (4) % (-), Keith Van Horn, Utah, 997 (4) % (-), Shammond Williams, North Carolina, 998 (5) % (9-9), *Derrick McKey, Alabama, 987 () % (8-8), Harley Swift, East Tenn. St., 968 () % (8-8), Mike Vreeswyk, Temple, 988 (4) % (7-7), Henry Bibby, UCLA, 97 (4) % (7-7), Oliver Robinson, UAB, 98 () % (7-7), Rodney Monroe, North Carolina St., 99 () Free-Throw Percentage (Minimum FTM) % (5-5), Arthur Lee, Stanford, 998 (5 games) % (-), Richard Morgan, Virginia, 989 (4) % (-), Keith Van Horn, Utah, 997 (4) % (-), Shammond Williams, North Carolina, 998 (5) 97.% (-4), Lynn Greer, Temple, (4) 96.% (6-7), Sidney Moncrief, Arkansas, 979 () 96.% (5-6), Jeff Lamp, Virginia, 98 (5) 96.% (5-6), Michael Doleac, Utah, 997 (4) 96.% (4-5), Dwayne McClain, Villanova, 985 (6) 95.7% (-), Marcus Williams, Connecticut, 6 (4) Rebounds 97, Elvin Hayes, Houston, 968 (5 games) 9, Artis Gilmore, Jacksonville, 97 (5) 9, Elgin Baylor, Seattle, 958 (5) 9, Sam Lacey, New Mexico St., 97 (5) 89, *Clarence Glover, Western Ky., 97 (5) 86, Len Chappell, Wake Forest, 96 (5) 8, Tom Sanders, New York U., 96 (5) 8, Don May, Dayton, 967 (5) 8, Nick Collison, Kansas, (6) 77, John Green, Michigan St., 957 (4) Rebounds Since 97 8, Nick Collison, Kansas, (6 games) 75, Larry Johnson, UNLV, 99 (6) 7, Derrick Coleman, Syracuse, 987 (6) 68, *Chris Webber, Michigan, 99 (6) 68, Emeka Okafor, Connecticut, 4 (6) 67, Larry Bird, Indiana St., 979 (5) 65, Akeem Olajuwon, Houston, 98 (5) 64, Cedric Maxwell, Charlotte, 977 (5) 64, Sean May, North Carolina, 5 (6) 6, Antawn Jamison, North Carolina, 998 (5) Rebound Average. (7 rebounds in games), Nate Thurmond, Bowling Green, 96.7 (65 in ), Howard Jolliff, Ohio, (97 in 5), Elvin Hayes, Houston, (77 in 4), John Green, Michigan St., (57 in ), Paul Silas, Creighton, (75 in 4), Lew Alcindor, UCLA, (9 in 5), Artis Gilmore, Jacksonville, (7 in 4), Jerry Lucas, Ohio St., (55 in ), James Ware, Oklahoma City, (9 in 5), Elgin Baylor, Seattle, 958 Rebound Average Since (5 rebounds in games), Marvin Barnes, Providence, (49 in ), Mike Franklin, Cincinnati, (6 in 4), Tom Burleson, North Carolina St., (45 in ), Phil Hubbard, Michigan, (45 in ), Shelden Williams, Duke, (44 in ), Dale Davis, Clemson, (58 in 4), Bill Walton, UCLA, (57 in 4), Larry Kenon, Memphis, (4 in ), Tim Duncan, Wake Forest, (4 in ), Craig Smith, Boston College, 6 Assists 6, Mark Wade, UNLV, 987 (5 games) 56, Rumeal Robinson, Michigan, 989 (6) 5, T.J. Ford, Texas, (5) 5, Deron Williams, Illinois, 5 (6) 49, Sherman Douglas, Syracuse, 987 (6) 47, Bobby Hurley, Duke, 99 (6) 46, Lazarus Sims, Syracuse, 996 (6) 45, Michael Jackson, Georgetown, 985 (6) 4, Bobby Hurley, Duke, 99 (6) 4, Cedric Hunter, Kansas, 986 (5) 4, Billy Donovan, Providence, 987 (5) 4, Jamal Meeks, Indiana, 99 (5) ASSISTS Average., (6 assists in 5 games), Mark Wade, UNLV, 987., ( in ), Earl Watson, UCLA,.67, ( in ), Mark Wade, UNLV, 986., ( in ), Jason Kidd, California, 99., (5 in 5), T.J. Ford, Texas, 9.75, (9 in 4), John Crotty, Virginia, , (9 in ), Drew Barry, Georgia Tech, , (9 in ), Reggie Geary, Arizona, , (9 in ), Mitch Johnson, Stanford, 8 9., (56 in 6), Rumeal Robinson, Michigan, , (8 in ), Steve Bucknall, North Carolina, , (8 in ), Sam Crawford, New Mexico St., 99 Blocked Shots 9, Joakim Noah, Florida, 6 (6 games) 4, Loren Woods, Arizona, (6), David Robinson, Navy, 986 (4), *Marcus Camby, Massachusetts, 996 (5), Ken Johnson, Ohio St., 999 (5), Kevin Love, UCLA, 8 (5), Tim Perry, Temple, 988 (4) 9, Alonzo Mourning, Georgetown, 989 (4) 8, Cherokee Parks, Duke, 994 (6) 8, Marcus Camby, Massachusetts, 995 (4) 8, Jamaal Magloire, Kentucky, 998 (6) BLOCKED SHOT Average 5.75, ( blocks in 4 games), David Robinson, Navy, , (6 in ), Tim Duncan, Wake Forest, , (6 in ), Erick Dampier, Mississippi St., , ( in 4), Tim Perry, Temple, , (5 in ), Sheldon Williams, Duke, 6 4.8, (9 in 6), Joakim Noah, Florida, , (9 in 4), Alonzo Mourning, Georgetown, , (4 in ), Kelvin Cato, Iowa St., , (4 in ), Emeka Okafor, Connecticut, 4.5, (8 in 4), Marcus Camby, Massachusetts, 995 Steals, Mookie Blaylock, Oklahoma, 988 (6 games) 9, *Edgar Padilla, Massachusetts, 996 (5) 9, Mike Kelley, Wisconsin, (5) 8, Tommy Amaker, Duke, 986 (6) 8, Mark Wade, UNLV, 987 (5) 8, Lee Mayberry, Arkansas, 99 (5) 7, Kendall Gill, Illinois, 989 (5) 7, Antoine Walker, Kentucky, 996 (6) 7, Jason Terry, Arizona, 997 (6) 7, Wayne Turner, Kentucky, 997 (6) 7, Gilbert Arenas, Arizona, (6) 7, Mario Chalmers, Kansas, 8 (6) STEALS Average 4.67, (4 steals in games), Ricky Grace, Oklahoma, 987.8, ( in 6), Mookie Blaylock, Oklahoma, 988.8, (9 in 5), Edgar Padilla, Massachusetts, 996.8, (9 in 5), Mike Kelley, Wisconsin,.67, ( in ), Scott Burrell, Connecticut, 99.67, ( in ), Damian Owens, West Virginia, , ( in ), Jason Hart, Syracuse, , ( in ), Jamaal Williams, Washington, 6.6, (8 in 5), Mark Wade, UNLV, 987.6, (8 in 5), Lee Mayberry, Arkansas, 99

5 Tournament Records Individual Career 5 Individual Career (Two-Year Minimum for Averages and Per cent ages) Points 47, Christian Laettner, Duke, ( games) 58, Elvin Hayes, Houston, () 8, Danny Manning, Kansas, (6) 4, Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati, () 8, Glen Rice, Michigan, () 4, Lew Alcindor, UCLA, (), Bill Bradley, Princeton, (9), Corliss Williamson, Arkansas, (5) 94, Juan Dixon, Maryland, 999- (6) 89, Austin Carr, Notre Dame, (7) 8, *Juwan Howard, Michigan, (6) 79, Calbert Cheaney, Indiana, 99-9 () 78, Shane Battier, Duke, 998- (9) 75, Jerry West, West Virginia, (9) 69, Danny Ferry, Duke, (9) 69, Grant Hill, Duke, () 67, Nick Collison, Kansas, - (6) 66, Jerry Lucas, Ohio St., 96-6 () 6, Reggie Williams, Georgetown, (7) 6, Miles Simon, Arizona, (4) Scoring Average (Minimum Six Games) 4. (89 points in 7 games), Austin Carr, Notre Dame, ( in 9), Bill Bradley, Princeton, (4 in ), Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati, (75 in 9), Jerry West, West Virginia, (8 in 6), Bob Pettit, LSU, (76 in 6), Dan Issel, Kentucky, (76 in 6), *Jim McDaniels, Western Ky., (75 in 6), *Dwight Lamar, La.-Lafayette, (4 in 7), Bo Kimble, Loyola Marymount, ( in 7), David Robinson, Navy, (67 in 6), Hank Finkel, Dayton, ( in 8), Len Chappell, Wake Forest, (58 in ), Elvin Hayes, Houston, (9 in 7), Bob Houbregs, Washington, 95, 5 7. (6 in 6), Don Schlundt, Indiana, (6 in 6), Travis Mays, Texas, (7 in 8), Dennis Scott, Georgia Tech, (55 in 6), Ollie Johnson, San Francisco, (8 in 7), Kenny Anderson, Georgia Tech, (5 in 6), Barry Kramer, New York U., 96-6 Field Goals 5, Elvin Hayes, Houston, ( games) 4, Danny Manning, Kansas, (6) 8, Glen Rice, Michigan, () 8, Christian Laettner, Duke, (), Corliss Williamson, Arkansas, (5) Field Goals Attempted, Elvin Hayes, Houston, ( games) 57, Danny Manning, Kansas, (6) 5, Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati, () 5, Austin Carr, Notre Dame, (7) 4, Glen Rice, Michigan, () Field-Goal Percentage (Minimum 7 FGM) 68.6% (9-59), Bill Walton, UCLA, ( games) 68.4% (78-4), Stephen Thompson, Syracuse (5) 68.% (7-), Brad Daugherty, North Carolina, () 65.% (86-), Andre Hutson, Michigan St., 998- (9) 65.% (95-46), Akeem Olajuwon, Houston, (5) Three-Point Field Goals 47, Lee Humphrey, Florida, 4-7 (5 games) 4, Bobby Hurley, Duke, 99-9 () 4, Tony Delk, Kentucky, (7) 9, J.J. Redick, Duke, -6 (4) 8, Jeff Fryer, Loyola Marymount, (7) 8, Donald Williams, North Carolina, (5) 8, Juan Dixon, Maryland, 999- (6) Three-Point Field Goals MADE PER GAME (Minimum 5 FGM) 5.4, (8 FGM in 7 games), Jeff Fryer, Loyola Marymount, , (6 in 6), William Scott, Kansas St., , ( in 8), Dennis Scott, Georgia Tech, , (4 in 9), Darnell Burton, Cincinnati, , (8 in 8), Darryl Wilson, Mississippi St., Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 5, J.J. Redick, Duke, -6 (4 games), Jason Williams, Duke, - (), Anderson Hunt, UNLV, (5), Lee Humphrey, Florida, 4-7 (5), Jeff Boschee, Kansas, 999- () Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage (Minimum FGM) 65.% (6-4), William Scott, Kansas St., (5 games) 6.5% (-), Sam Cassell, Florida St., 99-9 (7) 6.8% (-4), Steve Alford, Indiana, 984, () 59.5% (5-4), Brian Boddicker, Texas, -4 () 6.% (-5), Pete Campbell, Butler, 7-8 (5) Free Throws made 4, Christian Laettner, Duke, ( games) 9, Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati, () 87, Bill Bradley, Princeton, (9) 8, Ed Pinckney, Villanova, (4) 8, Michael Doleac, Utah, (5) Free Throws Attempted 67, Christian Laettner, Duke, ( games) 9, Lew Alcindor, UCLA, () 6, Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati, () 5, Ed Pinckney, Villanova, (4) 4, Jerry West, West Virginia, (9) Free-Throw Percentage (Minimum FTM) 97.7% (4-4), Keith Van Horn, Utah, (8 games) 95.7% (45-47), LaBradford Smith, Louisville, (8) 94.9% (7-9), Phil Ford, North Carolina, () 94.% (-5), Lawrence Moten, Syracuse, 99, (7) 9.9% (46-49), John McCarthy, Notre Dame, (6) Free-Throw Percentage (Minimum 5 FTM) 9.5% (58-6), Arthur Lee, Stanford, () ( games) 9.6% (87-95), Bill Bradley, Princeton, (9) 9.6% (58-64), Steve Alford, Indiana, 984, () 89.8% (5-59), Johnny Cox, Kentucky, (8) 88.7% (55-6), Brevin Knight, Stanford, (7) Rebounds, Elvin Hayes, Houston, ( games), Lew Alcindor, UCLA, () 97, Jerry Lucas, Ohio St., 96-6 () 8, Nick Collison, Kansas, - (6) 76, Bill Walton, UCLA, () 69, Christian Laettner, Duke, () 65, Tim Duncan, Wake Forest, () 6, Paul Hogue, Cincinnati, 96-6 () 57, Sam Lacey, New Mexico St., () 55, Derrick Coleman, Syracuse, (4) 5, Akeem Olajuwon, Houston, (5) 44, Patrick Ewing, Georgetown, (8) 4, Emeka Okafor, Connecticut, -4 () 8, Marques Johnson, UCLA, (6) 8, George Lynch, North Carolina, 99-9 (7) 7, Len Chappell, Wake Forest, 96-6 (8) 7, Lonny Baxter, Maryland, 999- (6) 7, Al Horford, Florida, 4-7 (4) 6, Shelden Williams, Duke, -6 () 5, Ed Pinckney, Villanova, (4) 5, Shane Battier, Duke, 998- (9) Rebounds Since 97 8, Nick Collison, Kansas, - (6 games) 69, Christian Laettner, Duke, () 65, Tim Duncan, Wake Forest, () 55, Derrick Coleman, Syracuse, (4) 5, Akeem Olajuwon, Houston, (5) 44, Patrick Ewing, Georgetown, (8) 4, Emeka Okafor, Connecticut, -4 () 8, Marques Johnson, UCLA, (6) 8, George Lynch, North Carolina, 99-9 (7) Christian Laettner of Duke played in NCAA tournament games from and scored 47 points to set the individual career record for most points. 7, Lonny Baxter, Maryland, 999- (6) 7, Al Horford, Florida, 4-7 (4) 6, Shelden Williams, Duke, -6 () 5, Ed Pinckney, Villanova, (4) 5, Shane Battier, Duke, 998- (9) 4, Grant Hill, Duke, (), Danny Ferry, Duke, (9) 9, Sam Perkins, North Carolina, (5) 8, Mark Madsen, Stanford, 997- () Rebounding Average (Minimum six games) 9.7 (8 rebounds in 6 games), John Green, Michigan St., 957, (5 in 6), Artis Gilmore, Jacksonville, ( in 6), Paul Silas, Creighton, (7 in 8), Len Chappell, Wake Forest, ( in ), Elvin Hayes, Houston, ( in ), Lew Alcindor, UCLA, (97 in ), Jerry Lucas, Ohio St., (97 in 6), Ollie Johnson, San Francisco, (95 in 6), Clarence Glover, Western Ky., (65 in ), Tim Duncan, Wake Forest, Rebounding Average Since 97 (Minimum 85 rebounds) 5. (65 in ), Tim Duncan, Wake Forest, (99 in 7), Marvin Barnes, Providence, ( in 8), Bill Walton, UCLA, (6 in 8), Phil Hubbard, Michigan, (86 in 7), David Robinson, Navy, (96 in 8), Maurice Lucas, Marquette, (6 in ), Larry Johnson, UNLV, (4 in ), Shelden Williams, Duke, -6. (8 in 6), Nick Collison, Kansas, -. ( in ), Ralph Sampson, Virginia, (9 in 8), Greg Kelser, Michigan St., Assists 45, Bobby Hurley, Duke, 99-9 ( games) 8, Ed Cota, North Carolina, 997- (6) 6, Sherman Douglas, Syracuse, (4) 4, Aaron Miles, Kansas, -5 (6), Greg Anthony, UNLV, (5) ASSISTs AVERAGE (Minimum 5 assists).6, (9 assists in 8 games), Mark Wade, UNLV, , (5 in 5), Sam Crawford, New Mexico St., , (69 in 8), T.J. Ford, Texas, - Photo by Rich Clarkson/NCAA Photos The Tournament

6 54 Tournament Records INDIVIDUAL CAREER 8.45, (9 in ), Rumeal Robinson, Michigan, , (6 in 4), Sherman Douglas, Syracuse, Blocked Shots 5, Tim Duncan, Wake Forest, ( games) 4, *Marcus Camby, Massachusetts, () 4, Shane Battier, Duke, 998- (9) 4, Joakim Noah, Florida, 5-7 () 9, Shelden Williams, Duke, -6 () BLOCKED SHOTS AVERAGE (Minimum 5 blocks) 5.8, (9 in 5), Shaquille O Neal, LSU , (5 in 5), David Robinson, Navy , (5 in ), Tim Duncan, Wake Forest, , (4 in ), Marcus Camby, Massachusetts, , (7 in 7), Ken Johnson, Ohio St Steals 9, Grant Hill, Duke, ( games) 8, Wayne Turner, Kentucky, () 7, Chris Duhon, Duke, -4 (7) 5, Anthony Epps, Kentucky, (8) 4, Mario Chalmers, Kansas, 5-8 () STEALs AVERAGE (Minimum steals).56, ( steals in 9 games), Mookie Blaylock, Oklahoma, , (8 in 9), Ricky Grace, Oklahoma, , (8 in 9), Pepe Sanchez, Temple, , (4 in ), Mario Chalmers, Kansas, , (6 in 9), Scott Burrell, Connecticut, 99-9 Games Played, Christian Laettner, Duke, 989-9, Greg Koubek, Duke, 988-9, Brian Davis, Duke, 989-9, Wayne Turner, Kentucky, , Thomas Hill, Duke, 99-9, Bobby Hurley, Duke, 99-9, Grant Hill, Duke, 99-94, Antonio Lang, Duke, Team Game Points 49, Loyola Marymount vs. Michigan (5), nd R, -8-99, UNLV vs. Loyola Marymount (), RF, , *St. Joseph s vs. Utah (), Nd, (4 ot) 4, Oklahoma, vs. Louisiana Tech (8), nd R, , North Carolina vs. Loyola Marymount (97), nd R, , Iowa vs. Notre Dame (6), Rd, -4-97, UNLV vs. San Francisco (95), st R, --977, Tennessee vs. Long Beach St. (86), st R, -6-7, Utah vs. St. Joseph s (7), Nd, (4 ot), Arkansas vs. Loyola Marymount (), st R, Fewest Points, North Carolina vs. Pittsburgh (6), RF, , Springfield vs. Indiana (48), RF, , Pittsburgh vs. North Carolina (), RF, , Kentucky vs. Dartmouth (47), NSF, , Western Ky. vs. Duquesne (), RF, , Baylor vs. Oklahoma St. (44), RF, , Mississippi Val. vs. UCLA (7), st R, --8, Brown vs. Villanova (4), RF, -7-99, Duquesne vs. Western Ky. (9), RF, --94, Duquesne vs. Indiana (9), NSF, --94, Pittsburgh vs. Wisconsin (6), NSF, --94, Oregon St. vs. Oklahoma St. (55), NSF, Winning Margin 69, Loyola (Ill.) () vs. Tennessee Tech (4), st R, , Kansas () vs. Prairie View (5), st R, , UCLA (9) vs. Wyoming, (6), RSF, , Syracuse () vs. Brown (5), st R, , Duke () vs. Connecticut (54), RF, , DePaul (99) vs. Eastern Ky. (5), st R, , Duke (84) vs. Winthrop (7), st R, -4-46, Kentucky () vs. Mt. St. Mary s (67), st R, , North Carolina () vs. Rhode Island (67), nd R, , Kentucky (96) vs. Rider (5), st R, Smallest Winning Margin, 7 tied (most recent: three in 8) Points by Losing Team, Utah vs. *St. Joseph s (7), Nd, (4 ot) 5, Wyoming vs. Loyola Marymount (9), st R, , Michigan vs. Loyola Marymount (49), nd R, , UNLV vs. Arizona (4), RSF, (ot) 6, Notre Dame vs. Iowa (), Rd, , Notre Dame vs. Houston (9), Rd, , Wake Forest vs. West Virginia (), nd R, -9-5 ( ot), Iowa vs. Jacksonville (4), RSF, --97, Kentucky vs. Duke (4), RF, (ot), BYU vs. Oklahoma City (), Rd, --965, UCLA vs. Tulsa (), st R, Field Goals 5, Iowa vs. Notre Dame, Rd, , UCLA vs. Dayton, RSF, ( ot) 5, UNLV vs. Loyola Marymount, RF, , Utah vs. St. Joseph s, Nd, (4 ot) 5, Kentucky vs. Austin Peay, RSF, (ot) 5, Notre Dame vs. Austin Peay, st R, , Notre Dame vs. Vanderbilt, Rd, , UNLV vs. San Francisco, st R, , North Carolina vs. Loyola Marymount, nd R, , Loyola Marymount vs. Michigan, nd R, Fewest Field Goals 8, Springfield vs. Indiana, st R, , Pittsburgh vs. North Carolina, RSF, , North Carolina vs. Pittsburgh, RSF, , Oklahoma St. vs. Kentucky, CH, , Wisconsin vs. Pittsburgh, NSF, --94, Kentucky vs. Dartmouth, NSF, --94, Harvard vs. Ohio St., st R, --946, eight tied (most recent: Oregon St. vs. Oklahoma St., NSF, ) Field Goals Attempted, Marshall vs. La.-Lafayette, st R, , Indiana vs. Miami (Ohio), Rd, , *Western Ky. vs. Villanova, NSF, ( ot), St. Joseph s vs. West Virginia, Rd, --96, Utah vs. St. Joseph s, Nd, (4 ot), Loyola Marymount vs. North Carolina, nd R, , Notre Dame vs. Houston, Rd, --97, Holy Cross vs. North Carolina St., RSF, -4-95, *St. Joseph s vs. Utah, Nd, (4 ot), Iowa vs. Morehead St., RSF, , UCLA vs. San Francisco, RSF, , Houston vs. Pacific, Rd, --966, Rutgers vs. UCLA, Nd, Field-Goal Percentage 8.% (8-5), Oklahoma St. vs. Tulane, nd R, % (49-6), North Carolina vs. Loyola Marymount, nd R, % (-8), Villanova vs. Georgetown, CH, % (-44), Northeastern vs. VCU, st R, % (9-9), Georgetown vs. Oregon St., RF, % (-4), North Carolina St. vs. UTEP, nd R, % (4-55), *Alabama vs. New Orleans, nd R, % (-4), Villanova vs. Marshall, st R, % (5-5), Georgetown vs. Notre Dame, nd R, % (-44), Washington vs. Duke, nd R, Lowest Field-Goal Percentage.7% (8-6), Springfield vs. Indiana, RSF, % (-7), Harvard vs. Ohio St., RSF, % (4-7), Creighton vs. Cincinnati, RSF, % (5-77), North Carolina St. vs. Baylor, Nd, % (-66), Mississippi Val. vs. UCLA, st R, % (-6), Arkansas vs. Oregon St., RSF, % (4-65), Washington St. vs. Wisconsin, CH, % (8-8), Tennessee Tech vs. Loyola (Ill.), st R, % (6-7), St. John s (N.Y.) vs. Kentucky, RSF, --95.% (-56), Indiana vs. Duquesne, RF, --94 Three-Point Field Goals, Loyola Marymount vs. Michigan, nd R, , Duke vs. Monmouth, st R, -5-8, West Virginia vs. Louisville, RF, -6-5 (ot) 7, Loyola Marymount vs. UNLV, RF, , Kentucky vs. Wake Forest, RSF, , Georgia Tech vs. Boston College, nd R, , UC Santa Barbara vs. Arizona, st R, -4-6, Illinois vs. Arizona, RF, , Indiana vs. Gonzaga, nd R, , Tennessee vs. Ohio St., RSF, --7 6, Drake vs. Western Ky., st R, --8 (ot) Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 4, St. Joseph s vs. Boston College, nd R, (ot) 4, Long Island vs. Villanova, st R, , Drake vs. Western Ky., st R, --8 (ot) 4, Loyola Marymount vs. UNLV, RF, , Loyola Marymount vs. Michigan, nd R, , Illinois vs. North Carolina, CH, , Loyola Marymount vs. North Carolina, nd R, , Loyola Marymount vs. Arkansas, st R, , St. Louis vs. Wake Forest, nd R, , Kentucky vs. Marquette, nd R, , Chattanooga vs. Connecticut, st R, , Duke vs. Monmouth, st R, -5-8, Oregon vs. Mississippi St., st R, --8 Three-Point Field-Goal PERCENTAGE (Minimum Seven FGM) 88.9% (8-9), Kansas St. vs. Georgia, st R, (ot) 8.8% (9-), *Alabama vs. N.C. A&T, st R, % (8-), Kansas St. vs. Purdue, RSF, % (8-), Maryland vs. Massachusetts, nd R, % (5-9), Indiana vs. Kent St., RF, % (7-9), Colorado vs. Indiana, st R, % (-), Kansas St. vs. DePaul, nd R, % (4-9), Duke vs. Southern Ill., st R, % (-5), Texas vs. Princeton, st R, % (8-), Duke vs. Indiana, RSF, % (8-), Alabama vs. Colorado St., st R, % (8-), Kansas vs. California, RSF, Free Throws made 4, Arizona vs. Illinois, RF, -5-4, Utah vs. Santa Clara, Rd, , Navy vs. Syracuse, nd R, , Seattle vs. Utah, Rd, , UTEP vs. Tulsa, st R, , Bradley vs. Colorado, RSF, , Loyola (Ill.) vs. Kentucky, Rd, , Morehead St. vs. Pittsburgh, st R, , *St. Joseph s vs. Utah, Nd, (4 ot) 7, Jacksonville vs. St. Bonaventure, NSF, , Xavier vs. Kansas St., st R, Free Throws Attempted 56, Arizona vs. Illinois, RF, -5-55, UTEP vs. Tulsa, st R, , Morehead St. vs. Pittsburgh, st R, , Morehead St. vs. Iowa, RSF, , Iowa vs. Morehead St., RSF, , Seattle vs. UCLA, Rd,

7 Tournament Records Team Game 55 5, Weber St. vs. Hawaii, st R, , Navy vs. Syracuse, nd R, , Seattle vs. Utah, Rd, , West Virginia vs. St. Joseph s, RSF, , Notre Dame vs. Kansas, st R, Free-Throw Percentage (Minimum 5 FTM) % (-), Fordham vs. South Carolina, Rd, --97 % (8-8), Kentucky vs. Utah, nd R, -- % (7-7), Dayton vs. Villanova, st R, % (7-7), Villanova vs. Kentucky, RSF, % (5-6), Texas vs. New Mexico St., st R, % (-4), Oklahoma St. vs. Loyola (La.), st R, % (-), Vanderbilt vs. Marquette, RSF, % (-), Connecticut vs. North Carolina St., nd R, % (-), Notre Dame vs. Vanderbilt, Rd, % (-), Iowa vs. North Carolina St., nd R, ( ot) Rebounds 86, Notre Dame vs. Tennessee Tech, st R, , Temple vs. Connecticut, RSF, , Houston vs. North Carolina, Nd, , Houston vs. TCU, RF, , UCLA vs. Weber St., RSF, , UCLA vs. Seattle, Rd, , Seattle vs. Utah St., Rd, , Kansas St. vs. Houston, Rd, , Western Ky. vs. Miami (Fla.), st R, , Arizona St. vs. Southern California, RSF, Rebound Margin 4, Notre Dame (86) vs. Tennessee Tech (44), st R, , St. John s (N.Y.) (56) vs. Connecticut (), st R, , Kansas (64) vs. Prairie View (9), st R, , Kansas (6) vs. Jackson St. (7), st R, --997, Cincinnati (68) vs. Texas Tech (5), RSF, -7-96, Kansas (56) vs. Syracuse (), nd R, -8-, Louisiana Tech (56) vs. Pittsburgh (6), st R, , Kansas (45) vs. Evansville (5), st R, , West Virginia (6) vs. Dartmouth (4), st R, , Utah (59) vs. Loyola Marymount (), RSF, , Indiana (5) vs. Robert Morris (), st R, , Texas (45) vs. West Virginia (6), RSF, --6 Assists 6, North Carolina vs. Loyola Marymount, nd R, , UNLV vs. Loyola Marymount, RF, , Kentucky vs. San Jose St., st R, , Loyola Marymount vs. Michigan, nd R, -8-99, Kansas vs. Chattanooga, st R, , Kentucky vs. Mt. St. Mary s, st R, , Arkansas vs. Georgia St., st R, -5-99, Kansas vs. Howard, st R, --99, *Michigan vs. East Tenn. St., nd R, --99, Kansas vs. South Carolina St., st R, Blocked Shots 4, Kentucky vs. UCLA, RSF, --998, Louisville vs. Illinois, RSF, , BYU vs. Virginia, st R, -4-99, Kansas vs. Jackson St., st R, --997, UCLA vs. Mississippi Val., st R, --8, Clemson vs. St. Mary s (Cal.), st R, , LSU vs. BYU, st R, -9-99, Massachusetts vs. Stanford, nd R, , Wyoming vs. Gonzaga, st R, -4-, tied (most recent: Georgetown vs. North Carolina, RSF, -5-7) Steals 9, Providence vs. Austin Peay, nd R, (ot) 9, Connecticut vs. Boston U., st R, , Washington vs. Connecticut, RSF, , Xavier vs. Kansas, st R, , Arkansas vs. Holy Cross, st R, , Louisville vs. Tulsa, st R, , Mississippi Val. vs. Georgetown, st R, , Penn St. vs. North Carolina, nd R, -8-7, Seton Hall vs. Pepperdine, st R, , Duke vs. St. John s (N.Y.), RF, , Kentucky vs. Tennessee St., st R, , Duke vs. Michigan St., nd R, , Kentucky vs. San Jose St., st R, , Duke vs. Radford, st R, , Duke vs. UCLA, RSF, -- 7, Kansas vs. UCLA, RSF, -4-7 Personal Fouls 4, Dayton vs. Illinois, RSF, , Kansas vs. Notre Dame, st R, , UCLA vs. Seattle, Rd, , North Carolina vs. Texas A&M, nd R, , Illinois vs. Arizona, RF, -5-5, St. John s (N.Y.) vs. Kansas, CH, , Iowa vs. Morehead St., RSF, , Hawaii vs. Weber St., st R, , DePaul vs. VMI, RSF, (ot) 5, DePaul vs. Boston College, nd R, , *Texas Tech vs. Georgetown, RSF, Players Disqualified 6, Kansas vs. Notre Dame, st R, , Illinois vs. Arizona, RF, -5-5, Dayton vs. Illinois, RSF, , St. Joseph s vs. West Virginia, RSF, , DePaul vs. VMI, RSF, (ot) 5, DePaul vs. Boston College, nd R, , Syracuse vs. Virginia, RSF, , Wyoming vs. Loyola Marymount, st R, , Washington vs. Connecticut, RSF, -4-6 (ot) 4, tied (most recent: *Texas Tech vs. Georgetown, RSF, --996) Two-Team Game Points 64, Loyola Marymount (49) vs. Michigan (5), nd R, , *St. Joseph s (7) vs. Utah (), Nd, (4 ot) 4, Loyola Marymount (9) vs. Wyoming (5), st R, , UNLV () vs. Loyola Marymount (), RF, , Iowa () vs. Notre Dame (6), Rd, , Houston (9) vs. Notre Dame (6), Rd, -- 97, Arizona (4) vs. UNLV (9), RSF, (ot), Arkansas () vs. Loyola Marymount (), st R, , North Carolina () vs. Loyola Marymount (97), nd R, , UNLV () vs. San Francisco (95), st R, , West Virginia () vs. Wake Forest (5), nd R, -9-5 ( ot) fewest points 46, Pittsburgh (6) vs. North Carolina (), RF, , Duquesne () vs. Western Ky. (9), RF, , Wisconsin (6) vs. Pittsburgh (), NSF, , Indiana (9) vs. Duquesne (), NSF, , Southern California (8) vs. Colorado (), RF, , Utah (4) vs. Iowa St. (), NSF, , Villanova (4) vs. Brown (), RF, , Indiana (48) vs. Springfield (4), RF, , Wisconsin (9) vs. Washington St. (4), CH, , Oklahoma St. (44) vs. Baylor (9), RF, , Georgetown (7) vs. SMU (6), RSF, Field Goals 97, Iowa (5) vs. Notre Dame (45), Rd, , Kentucky (5) vs. Austin Peay (46), RSF, (ot) 95, Utah (5) vs. *St. Joseph s (45), Nd, (4 ot) 94, Loyola Marymount (49) vs. Michigan (45), nd R, , UCLA (5) vs. Dayton (4), RSF, ( ot) Field Goals Attempted 4, Utah () vs. *St. Joseph s (), Nd, (4 ot) 96, Austin Peay (99) vs. Kentucky (97), RSF, (ot) 95, Iowa (98) vs. Notre Dame (97), Rd, , Indiana (6) vs. Miami (Ohio) (88), Rd, , Houston () vs. Pacific (94), Rd, Three-Point Field Goals, Drake (6) vs. Western Ky. (4), st R, --8 (ot) 9, West Virginia (8) vs. Louisville (), RF, -6-5 (ot) 8, Seton Hall (5) vs. Temple (), nd R, -9- (ot) 7, Wisconsin (5) vs. *Missouri (), nd R, , Missouri (5) vs. Marquette (), nd R, -- (ot) Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 7, Drake (4) vs. Western Ky. (8), st R, --8 (ot) 66, UCLA (6) vs. Cincinnati (), nd R, -7-6, Arkansas (4) vs. North Carolina (8), NSF, , St. Joseph s (4) vs. Boston College (9), nd R, (ot) 6, Temple () vs. Seton Hall (), nd R, -9- (ot) Free ThrowS 69, Morehead St. (7) vs. Pittsburgh (), st R, , Iowa (5) vs. Morehead St. (), RSF, , Oklahoma City (5) vs. Kansas St. (), RSF, , Bradley (8) vs. Colorado (6), RSF, , four tied (most recent: Arizona [4] vs. Illinois [], RF, -5-) Free Throws Attempted 5, Morehead St. (5) vs. Iowa (5), RSF, , Morehead St. (54) vs. Pittsburgh (4), st R, , Oklahoma City (48) vs. Kansas St. (44), RSF, , Seattle (5) vs. UCLA (4), Rd, , Manhattan (49) vs. West Virginia (4), st R, Rebounds 4, Marshall (68) vs. *La.-Lafayette (66), st R, -- 97, Pacific (67) vs. Houston (65), Rd, --966, Houston (76) vs. TCU (55), RF, , Notre Dame (86) vs. Tennessee Tech (44), st R, --958, UCLA (76) vs. Weber St. (54), RSF, , UCLA (7) vs. Seattle (56), Rd, , Utah (65) vs. *St. Joseph s (6), Nd, (4 ot) 8, Houston (76) vs. North Carolina (5), Nd, , Drake (66) vs. Notre Dame (6), RSF, (ot) 4, three tied (most recent: Kansas St. [7] vs. Houston [5], Rd, -7-97) Assists 58, UNLV (5) vs. Loyola Marymount (), RF, , Michigan () vs. *Florida (5), nd R, , Loyola Marymount () vs. Michigan (), nd R, , North Carolina (6) vs. Loyola Marymount (7), nd R, , Wyoming (9) vs. Loyola Marymount (), st R, Blocked Shots, Kentucky (4) vs. UCLA (6), RSF, , Iowa () vs. Duke (8), nd R, , Kansas () vs. Jackson St. (5), st R, , UCLA () vs. Mississippi Val. (5), st R, --8 8, Memphis () vs. Mississippi St. (7), nd R, -- 8 Steals 8, Kansas (7) vs. UCLA (5), RF, , N.C. A&T (6) vs. Arkansas (), st R, , Purdue (6) vs. Delaware (), st R, , TCU (6) vs. Florida St. (), st R, , Florida (5) vs. Weber St. (), nd R, Personal Fouls 68, Iowa (5) vs. Morehead St. (), RSF, , UNLV (4) vs. Arizona (9), RSF, The Tournament

8 56 Tournament Records TWO-Team Game 6, Dayton (4) vs. Illinois (), RSF, , Colorado (4) vs. Bradley (7), RSF, , West Virginia () vs. Manhattan (9), st R, , Kentucky () vs. Syracuse (), NSF, , Utah () vs. Pepperdine (8), st R, Team Game, Overtimes Overtime Periods 4, Canisius (79) vs. North Carolina St. (78), st R, , *St. Joseph s (7) vs. Utah (), Nd, -5-96, North Carolina (54) vs. Kansas (5), CH, --957, North Carolina (74) vs. Michigan St. (7), NSF, --957, UCLA () vs. Dayton (), RSF, , Villanova (76) vs. Northeastern (7), nd R, -4-98, Old Dominion (89) vs. Villanova (8), st R, Points in Overtimes 8, *St. Joseph s vs. Utah, Nd, (4 ot) 4, West Virginia vs. Wake Forest, nd R, -9-5 ( ot), Utah vs. St. Joseph s, Nd, (4 ot), UCLA vs. Dayton, RSF, ( ot), Old Dominion vs. Villanova, st R, ( ot) Points in Overtimes, Both Teams 69, *St. Joseph s (8) vs. Utah (), Nd, (4 ot) 6, West Virginia (4) vs. Wake Forest (8), nd R, -9-5 ( ot) 54, Old Dominion () vs. Villanova (), st R, ( ot) 5, UCLA () vs. Dayton (), RSF, ( ot) 48, North Carolina St. (7) vs. Iowa (), nd R, ( ot) Points in One Overtime Period 5, Texas A&M vs. North Carolina, nd R, (d ot) 4, Alabama vs. Penn, st R, , Wake Forest vs. St. Joseph s, RSF, -6-96, LSU vs. Purdue, st R, (d ot), Marquette vs. Missouri, nd R, -- (ot) Points in One Overtime Period, Both Teams 4, Alabama (4) vs. Penn (8), st R, , LSU () vs. Purdue (4), st R, (d ot), Wake Forest () vs. St. Joseph s (), RSF, -6-96, Texas A&M (5) vs. North Carolina (8), nd R, (d ot), Marquette () vs. Missouri (), nd R, -- Least Points in One Overtime Period, nine tied (most recent: VCU vs. Tennessee, nd R, -5-98) LEast Points in One Overtime Period, Both Teams, Canisius vs. North Carolina St., st R, (rd ot), North Carolina vs. Kansas, CH, (d ot), Texas A&M vs. North Carolina, nd R, (st ot), Southern California () vs. Santa Clara (), RF, (d ot), Tennessee () vs. VCU (), nd R, (st ot) Largest Winning Margin in an Overtime Game 7, Texas A&M (78) vs. North Carolina (6), nd R, ( ot) 4, North Carolina St. (8) vs. Ark.-Little Rock (66), nd R, ( ot), UCLA () vs. Michigan (9), st R, , Louisville (8) vs. Kentucky (68), RF, -6-98, Boston College (88) vs. Pacific (76), st R, -6-6, Georgetown (96) vs. North Carolina (84), RF, -5-7 Overtime Games by One Team in One Tournament, Syracuse, 975, tied (most recent: two in 6) Overtime Periods by One Team in One Tournament 6, North Carolina, 957 ( games) 5, UCLA, 974 () 4, Canisius, 956 () 4, North Carolina St., 956 () 4, Kansas, 957 () 4, St. Joseph s, 96 () 4, Utah, 96 () Team Series (Three-Game Minimum for Averages and Per cent ages) Points 57, UNLV, 99 (6 games) 55, Oklahoma, 988 (6) 54, Michigan, 989 (6) 55, Indiana, 987 (6) 55, Kentucky, 996 (6) Scoring Average 5.8, (4 points in 4 games), Loyola Marymount, , (7 in ), Notre Dame, 97., (55 in 5), UNLV, 977., (4 in 4), UCLA, , (96 in ), *La.-Lafayette, 97 Scoring Margin.75, UCLA, 967 (4 games)., Loyola (Ill.), 96 (5).6, Indiana, 98 (5).5, Kentucky, 996 (6)., UCLA, 968 (4) Field Goals 8, UNLV, 977 (5 games) 7, UNLV, 99 (6) 7, Michigan, 989 (6) 6, Oklahoma, 988 (6), Louisville, 986 (6) Field Goals Attempted 44, *Western Ky., 97 (5 games) 44, UNLV, 977 (5) 48, Houston, 968 (5) 4, Oklahoma, 988 (6) 4, UNLV, 99 (6) Field-Goal Percentage 6.4% (-87), North Carolina, 975 ( games) 59.6% (96-6), Michigan, 988 () 59.% (9-56), Michigan St., 978 () 58.6% (99-69), *Alabama, 987 () 58.% (85-46), Wake Forest, 99 () Three-Point Field Goals 6, Arkansas, 995 (6 games) 6, Duke, (6) 57, Illinois, 5 (6) 56, Loyola Marymount, 99 (4) 5, Florida, 7 (6) Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 75, Duke, (6 games) 65, Arkansas, 995 (6) 58, Illinois, 5 (6) 7, Loyola Marymount, 99 (4), UNLV, 987 (5) Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage (Minimum FGM) 6.9% (4-), Indiana, 989 ( games) 59.% (6-7), St. John s (N.Y.), 99 (4) 54.% (7-5), Virginia, 989 (4) 5.8% (8-5), Kansas, 7 (4) 5. 5% (-4), Miami (Ohio), () Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage (Minimum FGM) 5.9% (4-77), Kansas, 99 (5 games) 5.8% (-65), Kansas St., 988 (4) 5.5% (47-9), Indiana, (6) 49.4% (4-8), Marquette, (5) 48.8% (4-84), Tennessee, 7 () Free Throws made 46, Bradley, 954 (5 games) 6, *UCLA, 98 (6) 6, Duke, 99 (5) 6, Duke, 99 (6) 5, Florida, 7 (6) Free Throws Attempted 94, Bradley, 954 (5 games) 9, West Virginia, 959 (5) 85, Florida, 7 (6) 8, Duke, 99 (5) 8, Duke, 99 (6) 8, Memphis, 8 (6) Free-Throw Percentage 87.% (47-54), St. John s (N.Y.), 969 ( games) 85.7% (6-4), Utah, 996 () 85.5% (47-55), Notre Dame, 987 () 85.% (69-8), Oklahoma St., 958 () 85.% (57-67), Oregon, 7 (4) Rebounds 6, Houston, 968 (5 games) 89, *Western Ky., 97 (5) 68, New Mexico St., 97 (5) 64, Connecticut, 4 (6) 6, UNLV, 99 (6) Assists 4, Kentucky, 996 (6 games) 4, UNLV, 99 (6) 6, Oklahoma, 988 (6) 5, Michigan, 989 (6), Louisville, 986 (6) Blocked Shots 48, Kentucky, 998 (6 games) 44, Florida, 6 (6) 4, Arizona, (6) 4, UCLA, 8 (5) 4, LSU, 6 (5) Steals 7, Oklahoma, 988 (6 games) 7, Kentucky, 996 (6) 65, Arkansas, 995 (6) 64, Kentucky, 997 (6) 57, Arkansas, 99 (5) 57, *Massachusetts, 996 (5) 57, Syracuse, (6) Personal Fouls 5, Penn, 979 (6 games) 5, Providence, 987 (5), Arkansas, 995 (6) 8, Kentucky, 975 (5) 6, Kentucky, 997 (6) Tournament History Facts Team Records Tournament Appearances 49, *Kentucky, , North Carolina, , *UCLA, , Kansas, , Indiana, , Louisville, 95-8, Duke, 955-8, Syracuse, , Arkansas, , Notre Dame, 95-8 Consecutive Tournament Appearances 7, North Carolina, 975-8, Indiana, 986-9, Kansas, , Kentucky, , #Arizona, , Cincinnati, , Georgetown, , UCLA, 989-, Duke, 996-8, #UCLA, , Temple, 99- #Arizona had an actual streak of 4 from but its 999 appearance was later vacated. UCLA had an actual streak of 5 from but its 98 appearance was later vacated.

9 Tournament History Facts 57 Current Consecutive Tournament Appearances 9, Kansas, , Kentucky, 99-8, Duke, 996-8, Michigan St., 998-8, Gonzaga, 999-8, Texas, 999-8, Wisconsin, , #Arizona, -8 7, Pittsburgh, -8 5, North Carolina, 4-8 #Arizona had an actual streak of 4 from but its 999 appearance was later vacated. TOURNAMENT GAMES 4, *Kentucky, , North Carolina, , *UCLA, , Kansas, , Duke, , Louisville, , Indiana, , Syracuse, , Arkansas, , Georgetown, 94-8 Tournament Wins 98, *Kentucky, , North Carolina, , *UCLA, , Duke, , Kansas, , Indiana, , Louisville, , Syracuse, , Georgetown, , Michigan St., Consecutive Tournament Wins 8, UCLA, , Duke, 99-9, Cincinnati, , Florida, 6-7, Kentucky, 945-5, Arkansas, , Kentucky, , San Francisco, , Georgetown, , Michigan St., -, UNLV, Active streak Tournament Winning Percentage (Minimum Games).748 (86-9), Duke, (9-), *UCLA, (6-), *Florida, (96-9), North Carolina, (8-6), Kansas, (98-44), *Kentucky, (-5), UNLV, (4-6), *Michigan, (4-), Michigan St., (6-), Indiana, 94-8 *Does not include vacated years except for streaks Photo by Seattle Times The Tournament Kentucky s first NCAA tournament appearance was in 94 and the Wildcats have gone on to set team records for most appearances, games and wins. Pictured here is the 949 championship game when the Wildcats defeated Oklahoma State, 46-6, to win their second of seven NCAA titles.

10 58 ANNUAL INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Annual Individual Leaders Note: On all percentages of the year-by-year leaders, a player must have played in at least 5 percent of the maximum tournament games. Thus, there is a two-game minimum from 99-5 and a three-game minimum from 95 to present. An asterisk (*) indicates later vacated Most Points Year Player, Team G FG FTM Pts. Avg. 99 Jim Hull, Ohio St Howard Engleman, Kansas Johnny Adams, Arkansas Chet Palmer, Rice Jim Pollard, Stanford John Hargis, Texas Audley Brindley, Dartmouth Bob Kurland, Oklahoma St Bob Kurland, Oklahoma St George Kaftan, Holy Cross Alex Groza, Kentucky Alex Groza, Kentucky Sam Ranzino, North Carolina St Don Sunderlage, Illinois Clyde Lovellette, Kansas Bob Houbregs, Washington Tom Gola, La Salle Bill Russell, San Francisco Hal Lear, Temple Lennie Rosenbluth, North Carolina Elgin Baylor, Seattle Jerry West, West Virginia Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati Billy McGill, Utah Len Chappell, Wake Forest Mel Counts, Oregon St Jeff Mullins, Duke Bill Bradley, Princeton Jerry Chambers, Utah Elvin Hayes, Houston Elvin Hayes, Houston Rick Mount, Purdue Austin Carr, Notre Dame * Jim McDaniels, Western Ky Austin Carr, Notre Dame Jim Price, Louisville Ernie DiGregorio, Providence David Thompson, North Carolina St Jim Lee, Syracuse Scott May, Indiana Cedric Maxwell, Charlotte Mike Gminski, Duke Tony Price, Penn Joe Barry Carroll, Purdue Al Wood, North Carolina Rob Williams, Houston Dereck Whittenburg, North Carolina St Roosevelt Chapman, Dayton Chris Mullin, St. John s (N.Y.) Johnny Dawkins, Duke Year Player, Team G FG FG FT Pts. Avg. 987 Steve Alford, Indiana Rony Seikaly, Syracuse Danny Manning, Kansas Glen Rice, Michigan Dennis Scott, Georgia Tech Christian Laettner, Duke Christian Laettner, Duke Donald Williams, North Carolina Khalid Reeves, Arizona Corliss Williamson, Arkansas John Wallace, Syracuse Miles Simon, Arizona Michael Doleac, Utah Richard Hamilton, Connecticut Morris Peterson, Michigan St Jason Williams, Duke Juan Dixon, Maryland Carmelo Anthony, Syracuse Ben Gordon, Connecticut Sean May, North Carolina Glen Davis, LSU Joakim Noah, Florida Year Player, Team G FG FG FT Pts. Avg. 7 8 Ron Lewis, Ohio St... Chris Douglas-Roberts, Memphis Highest Scoring Average Year Player, Team G FG FTM Pts. Avg. 99 Jim Hull, Ohio St Howard Engleman, Kansas Bob Kinney, Rice Johnny Adams, Arkansas Chet Palmer, Rice Jim Pollard, Stanford John Hargis, Texas Nick Bozolich, Pepperdine Dick Wilkins, Oregon Bob Kurland, Oklahoma St George Kaftan, Holy Cross Jack Nichols, Washington Alex Groza, Kentucky Sam Ranzino, North Carolina St Bill Kukoy, North Carolina St Clyde Lovellette, Kansas Bob Houbregs, Washington John Clune, Navy Terry Rand, Marquette Hal Lear, Temple Wilt Chamberlain, Kansas Wayne Embry, Miami (Ohio) Jerry West, West Virginia Jerry West, West Virginia Billy McGill, Utah Len Chappell, Wake Forest Barry Kramer, New York U Jeff Mullins, Duke Bill Bradley, Princeton Jerry Chambers, Utah Lew Alcindor, UCLA Elvin Hayes, Houston Rick Mount, Purdue Austin Carr, Notre Dame Austin Carr, Notre Dame * Dwight Lamar, La.-Lafayette Jim Price, Louisville Larry Finch, Memphis John Shumate, Notre Dame Adrian Dantley, Notre Dame Willie Smith, Missouri Cedric Maxwell, Charlotte Dave Corzine, DePaul Larry Bird, Indiana St Joe Barry Carroll, Purdue Al Wood, North Carolina Oliver Robinson, UAB Greg Stokes, Iowa Roosevelt Chapman, Dayton Kenny Walker, Kentucky David Robinson, Navy Year Player, Team G FG FG FT Pts. Avg. 987 Fennis Dembo, Wyoming Danny Manning, Kansas Glen Rice, Michigan Bo Kimble, Loyola Marymount Terry Dehere, Seton Hall Jamal Mashburn, Kentucky Calbert Cheaney, Indiana Gary Collier, Tulsa Darryl Wilson, Mississippi St Allen Iverson, Georgetown Dedric Willoughby, Iowa St Khalid El-Amin, Connecticut Wally Szczerbiak, Miami (Ohio) Marcus Fizer, Iowa St Jason Williams, Duke Caron Butler, Connecticut Dahntay Jones, Duke Gerry McNamara, Syracuse Joah Tucker, Milwaukee Adam Morrison, Gonzaga Chris Lofton, Tennessee Stephen Curry, Davidson *later vacated

11 ANNUAL INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 59 Highest Field-Goal Percentage (Minimum: Five FGM Per Game) Year Player, Team G FGM FGA Pct. 95 Dick Schnittker, Ohio St Don Sunderlage, Illinois William Humphrey, Texas Jay Buckley, Duke Dave Mills, DePaul Henry Finkel, Dayton Ken Talley, Virginia Tech Heyward Dotson, Columbia Jarrett Durham, Duquesne Pembrook Burrows, Jacksonville Jim Chones, Marquette *Wilbert Loftin, La.-Lafayette Bill Walton, UCLA Bill Walton, UCLA John Shumate, Notre Dame Mitch Kupchak, North Carolina Ron Carter, VMI Rick Robey, Kentucky Greg Kelser, Michigan St Alex Gilbert, Indiana St Mark Dressler, Missouri Randy Reed, Kansas St Larry Micheaux, Houston Ralph Sampson, Virginia Kelvin Johnson, Richmond Brad Daugherty, North Carolina Kenny Walker, Kentucky Kevin Gamble, Iowa *Winston Bennett, Kentucky Tim Perry, Temple Christian Laettner, Duke Alaa Abdelnaby, Duke Robert Werdann, St. John s (N.Y.) Eric Montross, North Carolina Corliss Williamson, Arkansas Keith Booth, Maryland Michael Wilson, Memphis *Darvin Ham, Texas Tech Kelvin Cato, Iowa St Brent Solheim, West Virginia Elton Brand, Duke Casey Calvary, Gonzaga Nick Collison, Kansas Channing Frye, Arizona Jaron Brown, Pittsburgh Kevin Pinkney, Nevada Devonne Giles, Texas Tech Ryan Hollins, UCLA Brandon Rush, Kansas Derrick Brown, Xavier Most Three-Point Field Goals Year Player, Team G FGM 987 Freddie Banks, UNLV William Scott, Kansas St Glen Rice, Michigan Dennis Scott, Georgia Tech Terry Brown, Kansas Bobby Hurley, Duke Donald Williams, North Carolina Cuonzo Martin, Purdue Randy Rutherford, Oklahoma St Scotty Thurman, Arkansas *Carmelo Travieso, Massachusetts Mike Bibby, Arizona Richard Hamilton, Connecticut Trajan Langdon, Duke Jon Bryant, Wisconsin Jason Williams, Duke... 6 Juan Dixon, Maryland... 6 Gerry McNamara, Syracuse Rashad Anderson, Connecticut Luther Head, Illinois Lee Humphrey, Florida Lee Humphrey, Florida Stephen Curry, Davidson... 4 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made per Game (Minimum: Three Games Played) Year Player, Team G FGM Avg. 987 Freddie Banks, UNLV William Scott, Kansas St Glen Rice, Michigan Jeff Fryer, Loyola Marymount Terry Dehere, Seton Hall Jon Barry, Georgia Tech Ronnie McMahan, Vanderbilt Gary Collier, Tulsa Randy Rutherford, Oklahoma St Ray Allen, Connecticut Dedric Willoughby, Iowa St Richard Hamilton, Connecticut Wally Szczerbiak, Miami (Ohio) Eric Martin, Oklahoma Kent McCausland, Iowa Johnny Hemsley, Miami (Fla.) Jason Williams, Duke Frank Williams, Illinois Luke Ridnour, Oregon Darnell Archey, Butler Gerry McNamara, Syracuse Ed McCants, Milwaukee Lee Humphrey, Florida Chris Lofton, Tennessee Stephen Curry, Davidson Highest Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage (Minimum:.5 FGM Per Game) Year Player, Team G FGM FGA Pct. 987 Ranzino Smith, North Carolina Glen Rice, Michigan John Crotty, Virginia Kevin Lynch, Minnesota Jason Buchanan, St. John s (N.Y.) Corey Williams, Oklahoma St Sam Cassell, Florida St Pat Graham, Indiana Donny Marshall, Connecticut Ben Caton, Utah Cameron Mills, Kentucky Mike Chappell, Duke A.J. Granger, Michigan St Rimas Kaukenas, Seton Hall Casey Calvary, Gonzaga (Minimum:. FGM Per Game) Brian Boddicker, Texas Darnell Archey, Butler Brandon Mouton, Texas JamesOn Curry, Oklahoma St Marcus Williams, Connecticut Brandon Rush, Kansas Kenny Brown, Stanford Highest Free-Throw Percentage (Minimum: FTM and.5 FTM Per Game) Year Player, Team G FTM FTA Pct. 94 Gene Englund, Wisconsin Charles Black, Kansas Bill Hassett, Georgetown Arnold Risen, Ohio St Jack Underman, Ohio St Gerald Tucker, Oklahoma Howard Shannon, Kansas St Jack Shelton, Oklahoma St Floyd Layne, CCNY Gene Melchiorre, Bradley Bill Kukoy, North Carolina St Jim Young, Santa Clara Ron Perry, Holy Cross The Tournament

12 6 ANNUAL INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Year Player, Team G FTM FTA Pct. Year Player, Team G Reb. Avg 954 Jack Clune, Navy Vic Rouse, Loyola (Ill.) Tom Gola, La Salle Paul Silas, Creighton Bob Mills, SMU Bill Bradley, Princeton John Riser, Pittsburgh Jerry Chambers, Utah Johnny Cox, Kentucky Don May, Dayton Howie Carl, DePaul Elvin Hayes, Houston Darrall Imhoff, California Lew Alcindor, UCLA John Turner, Louisville Artis Gilmore, Jacksonville Gary Cunningham, UCLA *Clarence Glover, Western Ky Mel Counts, Oregon St Sidney Wicks, UCLA Howard Komives, Bowling Green Bill Walton, UCLA Wayne Estes, Utah St Bill Walton, UCLA Bill Bradley, Princeton Tom Burleson, North Carolina St Mike Lewis, Duke Richard Washington, UCLA Steve Adelman, Boston College Phil Hubbard, Michigan Harley Swift, East Tenn. St Cedric Maxwell, Charlotte Rick Mount, Purdue Eugene Banks, Duke Chip Dublin, Jacksonville Larry Bird, Indiana St Henry Bibby, UCLA *Mike Sanders, UCLA Larry McNeill, Marquette Cliff Levingston, Wichita St Ron Haigler, Pennsylvania Clyde Drexler, Houston Gene Harmon, Creighton Akeem Olajuwon, Houston Phil Ford, North Carolina Akeem Olajuwon, Houston Will Bynum, VMI Ed Pinckney, Villanova Phil Ford, North Carolina Pervis Ellison, Louisville Mike Gminski, Duke Derrick Coleman, Syracuse Sidney Moncrief, Arkansas Danny Manning, Kansas * Cliff Pruitt, UCLA Daryll Walker, Seton Hall Eric Floyd, Georgetown Larry Johnson, UNLV Oliver Robinson, UAB Larry Johnson, UNLV Oliver Robinson, UAB *Chris Webber, Michigan John Pinone, Villanova *Chris Webber, Michigan Steve Alford, Indiana Cherokee Parks, Duke Dwayne McClain, Villanova Ed O Bannon, UCLA Cliff Rees, Navy Tim Duncan, Wake Forest *Derrick McKey, Alabama A.J. Bramlett, Arizona *Jim Farmer, Alabama Antawn Jamison, North Carolina Reggie Williams, Georgetown Elton Brand, Duke Mike Vreeswyk, Temple Brendan Haywood, North Carolina LaBradford Smith, Louisville Shane Battier, Duke Tom Greis, Villanova... 4 Drew Gooden, Kansas Jeff Lebo, North Carolina... 4 Nick Collison, Kansas Richard Morgan, Virginia Emeka Okafor, Connecticut Bo Kimble, Loyola Marymount Sean May, North Carolina Hubert Davis, North Carolina Al Horford, Florida John Pelphrey, Kentucky Al Horford, Florida Greg Graham, Indiana Joey Dorsey, Memphis Dwayne Morton, Louisville Kevin Ollie, Connecticut Miles Simon, Arizona Highest Rebounding Average 997 Keith Van Horn, Utah... 4 Dedric Willoughby, Iowa St... (Minimum: Three Games Played) Jacy Holloway, Iowa St... Mohamed Woni, Clemson Arthur Lee, Stanford Shammond Williams, North Carolina Richie Frahm, Gonzaga Joe Adkins, Oklahoma St... 4 Lynn Greer, Temple Tahj Holden, Maryland Frederick Jones, Oregon... 4 Jason Gardner, Arizona Todd Okeson, Nevada... 5 J.J. Redick, Duke... John Lucas, Oklahoma St... 6 Denham Brown, Connecticut Nick Young, Southern California Aaron Brooks, Oregon Drew Lavender, Xavier... 4 Most Rebounds Year Player, Team G Reb. Avg. 95 Bill Spivey, Kentucky John Green, Michigan St Elgin Baylor, Seattle Jerry West, West Virginia Tom Sanders, New York U Jerry Lucas, Ohio St Len Chappell, Wake Forest Nate Thurmond, Bowling Green Year Player, Team G Reb. Avg. 95 Bill Spivey, Kentucky John Green, Michigan St Elgin Baylor, Seattle Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati Howard Jolliff, Ohio Jerry Lucas, Ohio St Mel Counts, Oregon St Nate Thurmond, Bowling Green Paul Silas, Creighton James Ware, Oklahoma City Elvin Hayes, Houston Don May, Dayton Elvin Hayes, Houston Lew Alcindor, UCLA Artis Gilmore, Jacksonville *Clarence Glover, Western Ky Collis Jones, Notre Dame Bill Walton, UCLA Bill Walton, UCLA Marvin Barnes, Providence Mike Franklin, Cincinnati Al Fleming, Arizona Phil Hubbard, Michigan Greg Kelser, Michigan St Larry Bird, Indiana St Durand Macklin, LSU Cliff Levingston, Wichita St Ed Pinckney, Villanova Akeem Olajuwon, Houston

13 ANNUAL INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 6 Year Player, Team G Reb. Avg. 984 *Keith Lee, Memphis Akeem Olajuwon, Houston Karl Malone, Louisiana Tech David Robinson, Navy Derrick Coleman, Syracuse Pervis Ellison, Louisville Pervis Ellison, Louisville.... Stacey King, Oklahoma *Dale Davis, Clemson Byron Houston, Oklahoma St Perry Carter, Ohio St Doug Edwards, Florida St *Chris Webber, Michigan *Juwan Howard, Michigan Tim Duncan, Wake Forest Tim Duncan, Wake Forest Paul Pierce, Kansas Antawn Jamison, North Carolina Eduardo Najera, Oklahoma Eric Coley, Tulsa Dan Gadzuric, UCLA Drew Gooden, Kansas Nick Collison, Kansas Emeka Okafor, Connecticut Paul Davis, Michigan St P.J. Tucker, Texas Al Horford, Florida Taj Gibson, Southern California Kevin Love, UCLA Most Assists Year Player, Team G Ast. 984 Reid Gettys, Houston Michael Jackson, Georgetown Cedric Hunter, Kansas Mark Wade, UNLV Ricky Grace, Oklahoma Rumeal Robinson, Michigan Bobby Hurley, Duke Bobby Hurley, Duke Bobby Hurley, Duke Jason Kidd, California Grant Hill, Duke Tyus Edney, UCLA Lazarus Sims, Syracuse Ed Cota, North Carolina Andre Miller, Utah Mateen Cleaves, Michigan St Ed Cota, North Carolina Jason Williams, Duke... 6 Steve Blake, Maryland T.J. Ford, Texas Aaron Miles, Kansas Deron Williams, Illinois Marcus Williams, Connecticut Mike Conley Jr., Ohio St Jason Richards, Davidson Derrick Rose, Memphis Assists Average (Minimum: Three Games Played) Year Player, Team G Ast. Avg. 984 Bruce Douglas, Illinois Wayne Smith, Louisiana Tech Mark Wade, UNLV Mark Wade, UNLV Rumeal Robinson, Michigan John Crotty, Virginia James Sanders, Alabama Greg Anthony, UNLV Jason Buchanan, St. John s (N.Y.) Sam Crawford, New Mexico St Jason Kidd, California Duane Simpkins, Maryland Kevin Ollie, Connecticut Drew Barry, Georgia Tech Reggie Geary, Arizona Year Player, Team G Ast. Avg. 997 Brevin Knight, Stanford Ed Cota, North Carolina Mateen Cleaves, Michigan St Earl Watson, UCLA.... Brandon Granville, Southern California Brandin Knight, Pittsburgh T.J. Ford, Texas Aaron Miles, Kansas Deron Williams, Illinois Marcus Williams, Connecticut Dane Bradshaw, Tennessee Mitch Johnson, Stanford Assist to Turnover Ratio (Minimum: Games Played and. Assists Per Game) Year Player, Team G Ast. TO Ratio 8 Quentin Thomas, North Carolina Most Blocked Shots Year Player, Team G Blk. 986 David Robinson, Navy Derrick Coleman, Syracuse Tim Perry, Temple Alonzo Mourning, Georgetown Larry Johnson, UNLV Mark Strickland, Temple Elmore Spencer, UNLV *Chris Webber, Michigan Rodney Dobard, Florida St *Chris Webber, Michigan Cherokee Parks, Duke Marcus Camby, Massachusetts *Marcus Camby, Massachusetts Kelvin Cato, Iowa St Jamaal Magloire, Kentucky Ken Johnson, Ohio St... 5 Brendan Haywood, North Carolina Loren Woods, Arizona Lonny Baxter, Maryland... 6 Nick Collison, Kansas Emeka Okafor, Connecticut Channing Frye, Arizona Joakim Noah, Florida Greg Oden, Ohio St Kevin Love, UCLA... 5 Blocked Shots Average (Minimum: Three Games Played) Year Player, Team G Blk. Avg. 986 David Robinson, Navy Steve Wright, Providence Tim Perry, Temple Alonzo Mourning, Georgetown Guillermo Myers, Texas Mark Strickland, Temple David Van Dyke, UTEP Rodney Dobard, Florida St Cherokee Parks, Duke Greg Ostertag, Kansas Tim Duncan, Wake Forest Erick Dampier, Mississippi St Marcus Camby, Massachusetts Kelvin Cato, Iowa St Etan Thomas, Syracuse Ken Johnson, Ohio St Shane Battier, Duke Loren Woods, Arizona Sam Clancy, Southern California Channing Frye, Arizona Emeka Okafor, Connecticut Jermareo Davidson, Alabama Channing Frye, Arizona Sheldon Williams, Duke Taj Gibson, Southern California Kevin Love, UCLA The Tournament

14 6 Seeds History Most Steals Year Player, Team G Stl. 986 Tommy Amaker, Duke Mark Wade, UNLV Mookie Blaylock, Oklahoma Kendall Gill, Illinois Lee Mayberry, Arkansas Grant Hill, Duke John Pelphrey, Kentucky... 4 Christian Laettner, Duke Rick Brunson, Temple Dan Cross, Florida Cameron Dollar, UCLA *Edgar Padilla, Massachusetts Jason Terry, Arizona Wayne Turner, Kentucky Wayne Turner, Kentucky Pepe Sanchez, Temple Mike Kelley, Wisconsin Gilbert Arenas, Arizona Andrew Mitchell, Kent St Gerry McNamara, Syracuse Jarrett Jack, Georgia Tech Rajon Ronda, Kentucky Jamaal Williams, Washington... Randy Foye, Villanova Mario Chalmers, Kansas Mario Chalmers, Kansas Most Steals Average (Minimum: Three Games Played) Year Player, Team G Stl. Avg. 986 Derrick Taylor, LSU Ricky Grace, Oklahoma Mookie Blaylock, Oklahoma Kendall Gill, Illinois Lee Mayberry, Arkansas Scott Burrell, Connecticut John Pelphrey, Kentucky Jason Kidd, California Pooh Williamson, Tulsa Doron Sheffer, Connecticut Tony Miller, Marquette Chris Garner, Memphis Edgar Padilla, Massachusetts Rashid Bey, St. Joseph s Damian Owens, West Virginia Jason Hart, Syracuse Pepe Sanchez, Temple Mike Kelley, Wisconsin Titus Ivory, Penn St Andrew Mitchell, Kent St Chris Duhon, Duke.... Devin Harris, Wisconsin James Nelson, St. Joseph s Daniel Ewing, Duke.... Ronald Ross, Texas Tech.... Ilian Evtimov, North Carolina St Jamaal Williams, Washington Mario Chalmers, Kansas Stephen Curry, Davidson Seeds History All-Time Number One Seeds, North Carolina, 979-8, Duke, , Kentucky, , Kansas, , Arizona, 988-5, Georgetown, , Oklahoma, 985-4, Connecticut, , DePaul, , Michigan St., 99-4, UCLA, 979-8, Illinois, 989-5, Ohio St., 99-7, Purdue, , St. John's (N.Y.), 98-86, Stanford, -4, UNLV, 987-9, Virginia, 98-8, Arkansas, 99-94, Indiana, 987-9, LSU, 98-8, Memphis, 6-8, Michigan, 985-9, Auburn, 999, Cincinnati,, Florida, 7, Houston, 98, Indiana St., 979, Louisville, 98, Maryland,, Massachusetts, 996, Minnesota, 997, Missouri, 994, Notre Dame, 979, Oregon St., 98, St. Joseph's, 4, Syracuse, 98, Temple, 988, Texas,, Villanova, 6, Wake Forest, 995, Washington, 5 Tournament trivia Q uestion... What is the lowest seed ever to win the NCAA tournament? A nswer... No. 8-seed Villanova in 985. Farthest Seeds Have Advanced in the Tournament (SINCE 979) Seed Farthest Finish # CH - Arkansas 994, Connecticut 999, Duke 99 &, Florida 7, Georgetown 984, Indiana 987, Kansas 8, Kentucky 996, Maryland, Michigan St., UNLV 99, North Carolina 98, 99 & 5, UCLA 995 # CH - Connecticut 4, Duke 99, Kentucky 998, Louisville 98 & 986, Michigan St. 979 # CH - Florida 6, Indiana 98, Michigan 989, Syracuse #4 CH - Arizona 997 #5 d - Florida, Indiana #6 CH - Kansas 988, North Carolina St. 98 #7 Td - Virginia 984 #8 CH - Villanova 985 #9 4th - Penn 979 # RR - Davidson 8, Dayton 984, Gonzaga 999, Kent St., LSU 987, Providence 997, St. John s (N.Y.) 979, Texas 99, Temple 99 # Td - George Mason 6, LSU 986 # RR - Missouri # RSF - Bradley 6, Oklahoma 999, Richmond 988, Valparaiso 998 #4 RSF - Cleveland St. 986, Chattanooga 997 #5 dr - Coppin St. 997, Hampton, Richmond 99, Santa Clara 99 #6 --

15 Seeds History 6 Won-Lost Records of Tournament Seeds Year # # # #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 # # # # #4 #5 # Opening Round Opening Round Not Seeded: Opening Round - in each year from -8 The last time a No. 5-seed won a tournament game, Tarvis Williams (4) helped lead Hampton to a upset win over No. -seed Iowa State in. Photo from Hampton Sports Information How the Seeds Have Fared ROUND-BY-ROUND: st d RSF RF NSF CH Total # CH, 9 d, 9 Td # CH, 6 d, Td # CH, 5 d, 4 Td # CH, d, 7 Td # d, Td # CH, d, Td # # CH, Td # # # Td # # # # # Total ,5-,5 Not Seeded: Opening Round TOTALS Seed W L Pct. Final Four Finishes # CH, d, d, Td, 4th # CH, 8 d, d, Td # CH, 5 d, 5 Td # CH, d, 8 Td # d, Td, 4th # CH, d, d, Td # Td # CH, d, Td # th # 77.9 # Td # # # # #6 96. NS Total,797,797.5 The Tournament Tournament Upsets Upsets are defined as when the winner of the game was seeded five or more places lower than the team it defeated. 979 nd St. John s (N.Y.) Duke 8-78 nd 9 Penn North Carolina 7-7 RSF 9 Penn 4 Syracuse st Penn 5 Washington St nd 8 UCLA DePaul 77-7 nd Lamar Oregon St st Northeastern 6 Fresno St nd 7 Kansas Arizona St nd 9 St. Joseph s DePaul nd 7 UAB Kentucky 69-6 nd 8 Kansas St. Oregon St st Northeastern 6 St. Joseph s 6-6 st Middle Tenn. 6 Kentucky 5-44 nd 8 Boston College DePaul 8-75

16 64 Seeds History Tournament Upsets 98 st Lamar 6 Alabama 7-5 st Ohio 6 Illinois St st Princeton 5 Oklahoma St nd 7 Iowa Missouri 77-6 nd Utah UCLA 67-6 RF 6 North Carolina St. Virginia 6-6 CH 6 North Carolina St. Houston st West Virginia 6 Oregon St st Richmond 5 Auburn 7-7 nd Dayton Oklahoma nd 7 Virginia Arkansas 5-5 (ot) 985 st Navy 4 LSU st Kentucky 5 Washington st Boston College 6 Texas Tech 55-5 st Auburn 6 Purdue nd Kentucky 4 UNLV 64-6 nd Boston College Duke 74-7 nd 8 Villanova Michigan nd Auburn Kansas RF 8 Villanova North Carolina NSF 8 Villanova Memphis 5-45 CH 8 Villanova Georgetown st LSU 6 Purdue ( ot) st DePaul 5 Virginia 7-68 st 4 Cleveland St. Indiana 8-79 st 4 Ark.-Little Rock Notre Dame 9-8 nd LSU Memphis 8-8 nd 8 Auburn St. John s (N.Y.) 8-65 nd DePaul 4 Oklahoma nd 4 Cleveland St. 6 St. Joseph s nd 7 Navy Syracuse nd 7 Iowa St. Michigan 7-69 RSF LSU Georgia Tech 7-64 RF LSU Kentucky st Wyoming 5 Virginia 64-6 st Xavier 4 Missouri 7-69 st Missouri St. 4 Clemson 65-6 st 4 Austin Peay Illinois nd Wyoming 4 UCLA nd LSU Temple 7-6 RSF LSU DePaul 6-58 RF 6 Providence Georgetown st 4 Murray St. North Carolina St st Richmond 4 Indiana 7-69 st Rhode Island 6 Missouri 87-8 nd 7 Vanderbilt Pittsburgh 8-74 (ot) nd Richmond 5 Georgia Tech nd Rhode Island Syracuse CH 6 Kansas Oklahoma st Texas 6 Georgia Tech 76-7 st Middle Tenn. 4 Florida St st South Ala. 6 Alabama st Minnesota 6 Kansas St st 4 Siena Stanford 8-78 st DePaul 5 Memphis 66-6 st Evansville 6 Oregon St (ot) 99 st 4 UNI Missouri 74-7 st Ball St. 5 Oregon St st Loyola Marymount 6 New Mexico St. -9 st Dayton 5 Illinois nd Ball St. 4 Louisville 6-6 nd Loyola Marymount Michigan 49-5 nd 7 Alabama Arizona nd 7 UCLA Kansas 7-7 nd 8 North Carolina Oklahoma nd Texas Purdue st Creighton 6 New Mexico St st Connecticut 6 LSU 79-6 st 4 Xavier Nebraska st Eastern Mich. 5 Mississippi St st Penn St. 4 UCLA st 5 Richmond Syracuse 7-69 RSF Temple Oklahoma St. 7-6 (ot) 99 st 4 East Tenn. St. Arizona 87-8 st New Mexico St. 5 DePaul 8-7 st La.-Lafayette 4 Oklahoma 87-8 nd 9 UTEP Kansas 66-6 nd 7 Georgia Tech Southern California RF 6 Michigan Ohio St (ot) 99 st Tulane 6 Kansas St st George Washington 5 New Mexico 8-68 st Southern U. 4 Georgia Tech 9-78 st 5 Santa Clara Arizona 64-6 nd 7 Western Ky. Seton Hall st Green Bay 5 California 6-57 st Tulsa 5 UCLA - st Pennsylvania 6 Nebraska 9-8 nd Tulsa 4 Oklahoma St. 8-8 nd Maryland Massachusetts nd 9 Boston College North Carolina st Miami (Ohio) 5 Arizona 7-6 st Manhattan 4 Oklahoma st 4 Weber St. Michigan St st 4 Old Dominion Villanova 89-8 (ot) st Texas 6 Oregon st Princeton 4 UCLA 4-4 st Boston College 6 Indiana 64-5 st Drexel 5 Memphis 75-6 st Arkansas 5 Penn St nd 8 Georgia Purdue nd Arkansas 4 Marquette st 5 Coppin St. South Carolina st Col. of Charleston 5 Maryland st 4 Chattanooga Georgia 7-7 nd 4 Chattanooga 6 Illinois 75-6 nd Providence Duke st Washington 6 Xavier st 4 Richmond South Carolina 6-6 st Florida St. 5 TCU st Valparaiso 4 Mississippi 7-69 st Western Mich. 6 Clemson 75-7 nd West Virginia Cincinnati nd 8 Rhode Island Kansas st Missouri St. 5 Wisconsin 4- st Oklahoma 4 Arizona 6-6 st Detroit 5 UCLA 56-5 st 4 Weber St. North Carolina nd Missouri St. 4 Tennessee 8-5 nd Purdue Miami (Fla.) 7-6

17 Seeds History Tournament Upsets 65 nd Oklahoma 5 Charlotte 85-7 nd Miami (Ohio) Utah nd Gonzaga Stanford 8-74 st Pepperdine 6 Indiana nd 8 Wisconsin Arizona nd Gonzaga St. John s (N.Y.) 8-76 nd Seton Hall Temple (ot) nd 8 North Carolina Stanford 6-5 st Gonzaga 5 Virginia st Indiana St. 4 Oklahoma 7-68 (ot) st Utah St. 5 Ohio St (ot) st Kent St. 4 Indiana 77-7 st Georgia St. 6 Wisconsin 5-49 st 5 Hampton Iowa St st UNC Wilmington 4 Southern Cal 9-89 (ot) st Missouri 5 Miami (Fla.) 9-8 st Wyoming 6 Gonzaga 7-66 st Tulsa 5 Marquette 7-69 st Southern Ill. 6 Texas Tech st Creighton 5 Florida 8-8 (ot) nd Kent St. Alabama 7-58 nd 8 UCLA Cincinnati 5- (ot) nd Missouri 4 Ohio St nd Southern Ill. Georgia RSF Kent St. Pittsburgh 78-7 (ot) st Tulsa 4 Dayton 84-7 st Central Mich. 6 Creighton 79-7 st Butler 5 Mississippi St nd 7 Michigan St. Florida nd Butler 4 Louisville 79-7 nd Auburn Wake Forest st st Pacific Manhattan 5 5 Providence Florida Entering the NCAA Tournament, These Teams Were Undefeated. Year Team (Coach) Record Results 95 Columbia (Lou Rossini) San Francisco (Phil Woolpert) 5-4-, CHAMPION 957 North Carolina (Frank McGuire) 7-5-, CHAMPION 96 Ohio St. (Fred Taylor) 4- -, Final Four, nd 964 UCLA (John Wooden) 6-4-, CHAMPION 967 UCLA (John Wooden) 6-4-, CHAMPION 968 Houston (Guy Lewis) 8- -, Final Four, 4th 968 St. Bonaventure (Larry Weise) Marquette (Al McGuire) 6- -, Regional rd 97 Penn (Dick Harter) 6- -, Regional nd 97 UCLA (John Wooden) 6-4-, CHAMPION 97 UCLA (John Wooden) 6-4-, CHAMPION 975 Indiana (Bob Knight) 9- -, Regional nd 976 Indiana (Bob Knight) 7-5-, CHAMPION 976 Rutgers (Tom Young) 8- -, Final Four, 4th 979 Indiana St. (Bill Hodges) 9-4-, Final Four, nd 99 UNLV (Jerry Tarkanian) - 4-, Final Four, tie rd Had One Loss. Year Team (Coach) Record Results Colorado (Frosty Cox) Dartmouth (Earl Brown) , Final Four, tie rd -, Final Four, nd nd 9 UAB Kentucky nd Nevada Gonzaga 9-7 nd 7 Xavier Mississippi St nd 8 Alabama Stanford st Milwaukee 5 Alabama 8-7 st UAB 6 LSU 8-68 st 4 Bucknell Kansas 64-6 st Vermont 4 Syracuse 6-57 (ot) nd Milwaukee 4 Boston College 8-75 nd 7 West Virginia Wake Forest -5 (ot) nd North Carolina St. Connecticut st Texas A&M 5 Syracuse st 4 Northwestern St. Iowa 64-6 st Bradley 4 Kansas 77-7 st George Mason 6 Michigan St st Montana 5 Nevada st Milwaukee 6 Oklahoma 8-74 nd Bradley 5 Pittsburgh 7-66 nd George Mason North Carolina 65-6 nd 7 Wichita St. Tennessee 8-7 nd 7 Georgetown Ohio St. 7-5 RF George Mason Connecticut (ot) 7 st Winthrop 6 Notre Dame st VCU 6 Duke nd 7 UNLV Wisconsin st Villanova 5 Clemson st Siena 4 Vanderbilt 8-6 st Kansas St. 6 Southern California 8-67 st Western Ky. 5 Drake -99 (ot) st San Diego 4 Connecticut 7-69 (ot) nd Davidson Georgetown 74-7 nd 7 West Virginia Duke 7-67 RSF Davidson Wisconsin 7-56 Year Team (Coach) Record Results 946 Harvard (Floyd Stahl) - -, Regional nd 947 Navy (Ben Carnevale) 6- -, Regional nd 947 Texas (Jack Gray) 4- -, Final Four, rd 948 Columbia (Gordon Ridings) - -, Regional nd 95 Lebanon Valley (George Marquette) LSU (Harry Rabenhorst) - -, Final Four, 4th 954 Seattle (Al Brightman) San Francisco (Phil Woolpert) - 5-, CHAMPION 955 Williams (Alex Shaw) Wayne St. (Mich.) (Joel Mason) San Francisco (Phil Woolpert) West Virginia (Fred Schaus) Kansas St. (Tex Winter) 4- -, Regional nd 96 California (Pete Newell) 4-4-, Final Four, nd 96 Cincinnati (George Smith) 5- -, Final Four, rd 96 Ohio St. (Fred Taylor) - -, Final Four, nd 96 Cincinnati (Ed Jucker) - -, Final Four, d 965 Providence (Joe Mullaney) - -, Regional nd 965 St. Joseph s (Jack Ramsay) Kentucky (Adolph Rupp) 4- -, Final Four, nd 966 UTEP (Don Haskins) - 5-, CHAMPION 967 Toledo (Bob Nichols) UCLA (John Wooden) 5-4-, CHAMPION The Tournament

18 66 Seeds History Entering the NCAA Tournament, These Teams 969 Santa Clara (Dick Garibaldi) 6- -, Regional nd 969 UCLA (John Wooden) 5-4-, CHAMPION 97 Jacksonville (Joe Williams) - 4-, Final Four, nd 97 Kentucky (Adolph Rupp) 5- -, Regional nd 97 Penn (Dick Harter) St. Bonaventure (Larry Weise) - -, Final Four, 4th 97 Kansas (Ted Owens) 5- -, Final Four, 4th 97 UCLA (John Wooden) 5-4-, CHAMPION 974 North Carolina St. (Norm Sloan) 6-4-, CHAMPION 976 Marquette (Al McGuire) 5- -, Regional nd 976 UNLV (Jerry Tarkanian) Arkansas (Eddie Sutton) San Francisco (Bob Gaillard) Alcorn St. (Davey L. Whitney) DePaul (Ray Meyer) DePaul (Ray Meyer) *Oregon St. (Ralph Miller) DePaul (Ray Meyer) UNLV (Jerry Tarkanian) - 4-, Final Four, tie rd 988 Temple (John Chaney) 9- -, Regional nd 99 La Salle (Speedy Morris) *Massachusetts (John Calipari) - 4-, Final Four, tie rd 996 *Texas Tech (James Dickey) Kansas (Roy Williams) Princeton (Bill Carmody) Duke (Mike Krzyzewski) - 5-, Final Four-nd 4 St. Joseph s (Phil Martelli) 7- -, Regional nd 4 Stanford (Mike Montgomery) Illinois (Bruce Weber) - 5-, Final Four-nd 8 Memphis (John Calipari) - 5-, Final Four-nd Before the advent of the College Division (now Division II), the tournament committee had the option of selecting teams below Division I. Had Two Losses. Year Team (Coach) Record Results 94 Colorado (Frosty Cox) 7- -, Regional nd 94 Duquesne (Chick Davies) 9- -, Final Four, tie rd 94 Rice (Buster Brannon) - -, Regional nd 94 Southern California (Sam Barry) 9- -, Final Four, tie rd 94 Springfield (Ed Hickox) 6- -, Regional nd 94 Arkansas (Glen Rose) 9- -, Final Four, tie rd 94 Penn St. (John Lawther) 7- -, Regional nd 94 Dartmouth (Ozzie Cowles) 9- -, Regional nd 94 Wyoming (Everett Shelton) 8- -, CHAMPION 945 Utah (Vadal Peterson) 7- -, Regional d 946 New York U. (Howard Cann) 8- -, Regional nd 946 Oklahoma St. (Henry Iba) 8- -, CHAMPION 948 Kentucky (Adolph Rupp) - -, CHAMPION 949 Kentucky (Adolph Rupp) 9- -, CHAMPION 95 Holy Cross (Buster Sheary) 7- -, Regional nd 95 Kentucky (Adolph Rupp) 8-4-, CHAMPION 95 Kansas (Phog Allen) - 4-, CHAMPION 95 Kentucky (Adolph Rupp) 8- -, Regional nd 95 Washington (Tippy Dye) 5- -, Final Four, rd 954 Connecticut (Hugh Greer) George Washington (Bill Reinhart) Notre Dame (John Jordan) - -, Regional nd 955 Kentucky (Adolph Rupp) Marquette (Jack Nagle) - -, Regional nd 956 SMU (Doc Hayes) - -, Final Four, 4th 957 Kansas (Dick Harp) - -, Final Four, nd 957 Idaho St. (John Grayson) Temple (Harry Litwack) 4- -, Final Four, rd 958 Cincinnati (George Smith) Kentucky (Adolph Rupp) - - Year Team (Coach) Record Results 96 Utah (Jack Gardner) Cincinnati (Ed Jucker) 5-4-, CHAMPION 96 Kentucky (Adolph Rupp) - -, Regional nd 96 Loyola (Ill.) (George Ireland) 4-5-, CHAMPION 96 Duke (Vic Bubas) 4- -, Final Four, rd 96 Arizona St. (Ned Wulk) 4- -, Regional nd 964 UTEP (Don Haskins) UCLA (John Wooden) 4-4-, CHAMPION 965 Connecticut (Fred Shabel) Western Ky. (Johnny Oldham) Loyola (Ill.) (George Ireland) Princeton (Butch van Breda Kolff) Western Ky. (Johnny Oldham) Boston College (Bob Cousy) 9- -, Regional nd 969 Davidson (Lefty Driesell) 5- -, Regional nd 969 Weber St. (Phil Johnson) UCLA (John Wooden) 4-4-, CHAMPION 97 New Mexico St. (Lou Henson) - 4-, Final Four, rd 97 Western Ky. (Johnny Oldham) Fordham (Digger Phelps) Hawaii (Red Rocha) Marquette (Al McGuire) Penn (Chuck Daly) - -, Regional nd 97 *Long Beach St. (Jerry Tarkanian) Providence (Dave Gavitt) 4- -, Final Four, 4th 974 Notre Dame (Digger Phelps) Louisville (Denny Crum) 4-4-, Final Four, rd 976 Western Mich. (Eldon Miller) UNLV (Jerry Tarkanian) 5-4-, Final Four, rd 977 Detroit (Dick Vitale) Kentucky (Joe B. Hall) 5-5-, CHAMPION 978 DePaul (Ray Meyer) 5- -, Regional nd 978 UCLA (Gary Cunningham) Weber St. (Neil McCarthy) North Carolina (Dean Smith) 7-5-, CHAMPION 98 Fresno St. (Boyd Grant) Idaho (Don Monson) Houston (Guy Lewis) 7-4-, Final Four, nd 98 UNLV (Jerry Tarkanian) DePaul (Ray Meyer) North Carolina (Dean Smith) Georgetown (John Thompson) - 5-, Final Four, nd 985 Louisiana Tech (Andy Russo) Duke (Mike Krzyzewski) - 5-, Final Four, nd 986 Bradley (Dick Versace) *DePaul (Joey Meyer) Arizona (Lute Olson) - 4-, Final Four, tie rd 988 N.C. A&T (Don Corbett) Ball St. (Rick Majerus) Princeton (Pete Carril) Duke (Mike Krzyzewski) 8-6-, CHAMPION 994 Penn (Fran Dunphy) UCLA (Jim Harrick) 5-6-, CHAMPION 996 *Connecticut (Jim Calhoun) Kentucky (Rick Pitino) 8-6-, CHAMPION 997 Col. of Charleston (John Kresse) Col. of Charleston (John Kresse) Connecticut (Jim Calhoun) 8-6-, CHAMPION Stanford (Mike Montgomery) 8- -, Regional nd 4 Gonzaga (Mark Few) George Washington (Karl Hobbs) North Carolina (Roy Williams) - 4-, Final Four, tie rd Tournament trivia Q uestion... What was the last team to enter the tournament with one loss and go on to win the championship? A nswer... North Carolina in 974. Had a.5 Record. Year Team (Coach) Record How It Qualified Results 958 Wyoming (Everett Shelton) - Skyline Conference champion at West Virginia (George King) 4-4 won Southern Conference tournament - 97 East Caro. (Tom Quinn) 4-4 won Southern Conference tournament Penn (Craig Littlepage) - Ivy Group champion at Fairfield (Mitch Buonaguro) 5-5 won Metro Atlantic Conference tournament Idaho St. (Jim Boutin) 5-5 won Big Sky Conference tournament - Lamar (Mike Deane) 5-5 won Southland Conference tournament - Had a Losing Record. Year Team (Coach) Record How It Qualified Results 955 Bradley (Bob Vanatta) 7-9 Independent -, Regional nd 955 Oklahoma City (Doyle Parrack) 9-7 Independent - 96 George Washington (Bill Reinhart) 9-6 won Southern Conference tournament Texas (Leon Black) -4 Southwest Conference champion at Missouri (Norm Stewart) 4-5 won Big Eight Conference tournament -

19 Seeds History Entering the NCAA Tournament, These Teams Lehigh (Tom Schneider) -8 won East Coast Conference tournament Montana St. (Stu Starner) 4-6 won Big Sky Conference tournament - 99 East Caro. (Eddie Payne) -6 won Colonial Conference tournament Florida Int l (Bob Weltlich) -8 won Trans America Conference tournament San Jose St. (Stan Morrison) -6 won Big West Conference tournament UCF (Kirk Speraw) -8 won Trans America Conference tournament Jackson St. (Andy Stoglin) 4-5 won Southwestern Athletic Conference tournament Fairfield (Paul Cormier) -8 won Metro Atlantic Conference tournament Prairie View (Elwood Plummer) -6 won Southwestern Conference tournament Florida A&M (Mickey Clayton) -8 won Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament - Siena (Rob Lanier) 6-8 won Metro Atlantic Conference tournament - UNC Asheville (Eddie Biedenbach) 4-6 won Big South Conference tournament - 4 Florida A&M (Mike Gillespie) 4-6 won Mid-Eastern Conference tournament - 5 Oakland (Greg Kampe) -8 won Mid-Continent Conference tournament - 8 Coppin St. (Fang Mitchell) 6- won Mid-Eastern Conference tournament - District 5 committee restricted to District 5 independents (only two in the district) to fill out bracket; this rule was changed for the 956 tournament. Had a Losing conference record as at-large selections. overall conference Conference Year Team (Coach) Record Conference Record Finish Results 96 Southern Calif. (Forrest Twogood) 6- AAWU 5-7 d - 98 Alabama (Wimp Sanderson) - Southeastern 8- T8th Virginia (Terry Holland) 7- Atlantic Coast 6-8 T5th 4-, Td 985 Boston College (Gary Williams) 8- Big East 7-9 6th Maryland (Lefty Driesell) 8- Atlantic Coast 6-8 6th LSU (Dale Brown) -4 Southeastern 8- T6th -, RR 988 Iowa St. (Johnny Orr) - Big Eight 6-8 5th Maryland (Bob Wade) 7- Atlantic Coast 6-8 5th Providence (Rick Barnes) 8- Big East 7-9 T5th - 99 Indiana (Bob Knight) 8- Big Ten 8-7th - 99 Virginia (Terry Holland) 9- Atlantic Coast 6-8 T5th - 99 Georgia Tech (Bobby Cremins) 6- Atlantic Coast 6-8 T5th - 99 Villanova (Rollie Massimino) 6-4 Big East 7-9 T7th - 99 Virginia (Jeff Jones) - Atlantic Coast 6-8 T5th - 99 Iowa St. (Johnny Orr) - Big Eight 5-9 T6th - 99 Wake Forest (Dave Odom) 7- Atlantic Coast 7-9 5th Seton Hall (P.J. Carlesimo) 7- Big East 8-7th Wisconsin (Stu Jackson) 7- Big Ten 8-7th Iowa St. (Tim Floyd) - Big Eight 6-8 5th Clemson (Rick Barnes) 8- Atlantic Coast 7-9 6th Virginia (Jeff Jones) 8- Atlantic Coast 7-9 6th Clemson (Rick Barnes) 8- Atlantic Coast 7-9 T4th Florida St. (Steve Robinson) 7- Atlantic Coast 6- T6th Purdue (Gene Keady) 9- Big Ten 7-9 7th - Penn St. (Jerry Dunn) 9- Big Ten 7-9 T6th - Alabama (Mark Gottfried) 7- Southeastern 7-9 4th - 5 Iowa (Steve Alford) - Big Ten 7-9 7th - 5 North Carolina St. (Herb Sendek) 9- Atlantic Coast 7-9 T6th - 7 Arkansas (Stan Heath) - Southeastern 7-9 Td - 8 Arizona (Kevin O Neill) 9-4 Pacific- 8-7th - At-Large Selections History Losses for at-large teams (since 985) Teams year Won Lost Pct. Villanova Georgia Kansas St Villanova Arizona LSU LSU Michigan Florida St Maryland Clemson North Carolina Wisconsin Oregon North Carolina St Arkansas FEWEST WINS FOR AT-LARGE TEAMS (SINCE 985) Teams year Won Lost Pct. Villanova Georgia LSU Kentucky Although Penn State had a losing 7-9 conference record in, coach Jerry Dunn led the Nittany Lions to two NCAA tournament wins. Q uestion... What coach has taken teams to the NCAA tournament as an at-large selection three times despite his team having a losing conference won-loss record? A nswer... Rick Barnes Tournament trivia Teams year Won Lost Pct. *DePaul Georgia Tech Notre Dame Ohio St Georgia Tech Maryland Texas LOWEST WINNING PERCENTAGE FOR AT-LARGE TEAMS (SINCE 985) Teams year Won Lost Pct. Villanova Georgia Kansas St LSU Villanova Michigan Florida St Kentucky *DePaul Georgia Tech Notre Dame Ohio St Georgia Tech Photo from Penn State Sports Information The Tournament

20 68 Seeds History At-Large Selections history Photo by Rich Clarkson/NCAA Photos Houston s Clyde Drexler () was smooth on the court as he helped Houston advance to the 98 championship game. Do you remember what his nickname was? It s part of the nickname quiz on the next page. FEWEST LOSSeS FOR TEAMS NOT TO MAKE THE TOURNAMENT (SINCE 985) Teams year Won Lost Pct. #UNLV #Wichita St Utah St Col. of Charleston Green Bay Davidson UC Irvine Milwaukee Howard Stephen F. Austin Southern U Butler Ga. Southern Holy Cross Long Beach St Col. of Charleston Boston U # ineligible for postseason play MOST WINS FOR TEAMS NOT TO MAKE THE TOURNAMENT (SINCE 985) Teams year Won Lost Pct. #UNLV Howard Stephen F. Austin Southern Ill Akron IUPUI Robert Morris #Memphis #Wichita St Utah St Green Bay Davidson UC Irvine Southern U Butler Oral Roberts Appalachian St Vermont New Mexico # ineligible for postseason play Photo by Rich Clarkson/NCAA Photos Pressure? What pressure? Pervis Ellison kept his cool in 986 in leading Louisville to the NCAA title and earn the tournament s Most Outstanding Player award as a freshman. Do you remember what his nickname was? It s part of the nickname quiz on the next page. Photo by Rich Clarkson/NCAA Photos Before he ever stole the ball in the pros, Hondo helped lead Ohio State to three straight championship games from 96-6, including a title in that final year. Who is Hondo? It s part of the nickname quiz on the next page. Photo from Memphis Sports Information Anfernee Hardaway was money in four NCAA tournament games in 99 and 99 by averaging 7.6 points, 5.4 rebounds and 5. assists a game. Do you remember what his nickname was? It s part of the nickname quiz on the next page.

21 Seeds History BY THE NUMBERS 69 By the Numbers (Year-by-year numbers: AA, Teams in Division I men s basketball. BB, Number of automatic qualifiers for the NCAA tournament. CC, Teams entered into the NCAA tournament. DD, Tournament games played. EE, Overtime tournament games. FF, One-point wins in tournament play. GG, Two-point wins in tournament play. HH, Three-point wins in tournament play. JJ, Close games (overtime games plus any regulation games won by three points or less). KK, number of times points scored in a game.) Year aa bb cc dd ee FF GG HH JJ KK Bryant Reeves (5) took up a lot of space in helping Oklahoma State reach the Final Four in 995. Do you remember Reeves nickname? For the answer, see the quiz below. Q uestion... Match the following NCAA tournament players with their nickname: Team. Nate Archibald. Wilt Chamberlain. Clyde Drexler 4. Pervis Ellison 5. Eric Floyd 6. Anfernee Hardaway 7. John Havlicek 8. Earvin Johnson 9. Harold Miner. Bob Kurland. Bryant Reeves. David Robinson. Oscar Robertson 4. Bill Russell 5. Jerry West Nickname A. The Admiral B. Big Country C. The Big O D. Foothills E. The Glide F. Hondo G. Little Jordan H. Magic J. Never Nervous K. Penny L. The Secretary of Defense M. Sleepy N. The Stilt P. Tiny Q. Zeke from Cabin Creek A nswer... -P, -N, -E, 4-J, 5-M, 6-K, 7-F, 8-H, 9-G, -D, -B, -A, -C, 4-L, 5-Q Tournament trivia Photo by Rich Clarkson/NCAA Photos The Tournament

22 7 CONFERENCE WON-LOST RECORDS Photo by Rich Clarkson/NCAA Photos Conference Won-Lost Records, Through 8 The West Coast Conference has won two NCAA titles and both were captured by San Francisco, which won the trophy in 955 and 956. The team is shown above celebrating its first championship. Tournament trivia Q uestion... Match the following arenas that have hosted the Final Four with the city that they are in: Arena. Alamodome. Astrodome. Cole Fieldhouse 4. Continental Airlines Arena 5. Cow Palace 6. Freedom Hall 7. Madison Square Garden 8. McNichols Arena 9. The Pit. Reunion Arena. Rupp Arena. Spectrum. Special Events Center 4. Superdome 5. Tropicana Field City A. Albuquerque, NM B. College Park, MD C. Dallas D. Denver E. East Rutherford, NJ F. Houston G. Lexington, KY H. Louisville, KY J. New Orleans K. New York L. Philadelphia M. St. Petersburg, FL N. Salt Lake City P. San Antonio Q. San Francisco A nswer... -P, -F, -B, 4-E, 5-Q, 6-H, 7-K, 8-D, 9-A, -C, -G, -L, -N, 4-J, 5-M Using Current Conference Membership Conference Teams App. Won Lost Pct. CH d d 4th FF RR America East Atlantic Atlantic Coast Atlantic Sun Big Big East Big Sky Big South Big Ten Big West Colonial Conference USA Horizon Ivy Metro Atlantic Mid-American Mid-Eastern Missouri Valley Mountain West Northeast Ohio Valley Pacific Patriot Southeastern Southern Southland Southwestern Summit Sun Belt West Coast Western Athletic Others Vacated TOTAL... 4,69,75, Notes: Third-place games were played from 946 through 98. Results from the other years are treated as third-place ties. The Teams column represents the number of teams in that conference that have appeared in the NCAA tournament. App.-Appearances; Pct.-Winning percentage; CH-Champion; d-second place; d-third place; 4th-Fourth place; FF-Final Four appearances; RR-Regional Runner-up. Using Actual Conference Membership for Each Season Conference, Former Names, Years App. Won Lost Pct. CH d d 4th FF RR America East; North Atlantic; ECAC North, ECAC North Atlantic, American South, Atlantic ; Eastern Collegiate, Eastern Eight, Atlantic Coast, Atlantic Sun, Trans America, Big, Big East, Big Eight; Big Seven; Big Six, Big Sky, Big South, Big Ten; Big Nine; Western, Big West; Pacific Coast Athl. Assn., Border, Colonial; ECAC South, Conference USA, East Coast; Middle Atlantic, Florida Intercollegiate, Great Midwest, Horizon, Midwestern, Indiana Collegiate, Ivy Group; Eastern Intercollegiate, Kentucky Intercollegiate, Little Three (New England), Metro Atlantic, Metro, Mid-American, Mid-Eastern, Missouri Valley, Mountain West, Northeast; ECAC Metro,

23 Conference Won-Lost Records 7 Conference, Former Names, Years App. Won Lost Pct. CH d d 4th FF RR Ohio Valley, Pacific-; Pacific-8, AAWU, Pacific Coast, Patriot, Presidents Athletic, Rocky Mountain, Skyline Eight; Mountain States, Southeastern, Southern, Southland, Southwest, Southwestern, Summit; Mid-Continent, Sun Belt, West Coast; California Basketball Assn., Western Athletic, Western New York Little Three, Yankee, Independents, Vacated TOTAL...,69,75, Note: Third-place games were played from 946 through 98. Results from the other years are treated as third-place ties. Conference Teams in the Tournament During the 9s Conference TOTAL Big Eight :- :- :- :- :- :- :- 8:-9 Big Ten :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :6-9 Ivy :- :- :- :- :- :- 6:6-8 Ky. Intercollegiate -- : :- Missouri Valley :- :- :- :- 4:9- Pacific- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :4- Skyline Eight :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :9-5 Southeastern :- :- :- :- 4:8- Southern :- :- :- :-4 Southwest :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :9- Independents :- :- :- :- :-4 :-5 :- :- :4-4 :- :- :8-7 TOTALS 8:8-8 8:8-8 8:9-9 8:9-9 8:9-9 8:9-9 8:9-9 8:- 8:- 8:- 8:- 88: Conference TOTAL Atlantic Coast :- :- :- :5- :- :- 6:9-5 Big Eight :- :4- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- 9:- Big Ten :- :- :- :4- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- Border -- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- 9:- East Coast :- :- Ivy :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- 9:5- Little Three : :- Mid-American :- :- :- :- :- :- :- 7:-8 Missouri Valley :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- Ohio Valley :- :- :- :- :- 5:-5 Pacific- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :4- :5- Presidents Athletic : :- Rocky Mountain -- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- 8:6- Skyline Eight :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :6-4 Southeastern :4- :- :- :- :- :- :- :4- :- 9:5-9 Southern :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :4- :9- Southwest :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :9-4 West Coast :- :- :5- :4- :- :- :- 7:8-5 W ern N.Y. Little Three :- :- : :6- Yankee -- :- :- :- :- :- :- 6:-7 Independents :- 4:-4 6:8-8 8:8-9:7-8 8:- 7:7-8 6:7-8 8:-9 6:9-9 64:85-77 TOTAL 8:- 6:8-8 6:- :6-6 4:8-8 4:9-9 5:9-9 :7-7 4:8-8 :7-7 5: Conference TOTAL Atlantic Coast :- :- :4- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :5- Big Eight :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- Big Sky :- :- :- Big Ten :4- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :5-9 Border :- :- : :- East Coast :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :8- Florida Intercollegiate : :- Indiana Collegiate : :- Ivy :- :- :- :- :- :4- :- :- :- 9:- Mid-American :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :5- Missouri Valley Ohio Valley :- :- :4- :- :4- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :7- The Tournament

24 7 Conference Won-Lost Records Conference Teams in the Tournament DURING THE 9S s Conference TOTAL Pacific- :4- :- :- :- :4- :4- :- :4- :4- :4- :8-9 Rocky Mountain : :- Skyline Eight :- :- : :5-5 Southeastern :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- Southern :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :9- Southland :- :- Southwest :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :9- West Coast :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :8- Western Athletic :- :- :- :- :- :- :- 7:4- Yankee :- :- :- :- :- :- :- : :-8 Independents 6:7-7 8:5-9 8:8-8 :- :- 8:8-8:9-8 8:5-9 8:8-9:8-8:88-96 TOTAL 5:9-9 4:8-8 5:9-9 5:9-9 5:9-9 :7-7 :6-6 :7-7 :7-7 5:9-9 4: Conference TOTAL Atlantic :- :- :- :- Atlantic Coast :- :- :- :- :4- :4- :- :6- :4- :- 5:-5 Big Eight :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :-4 Big Sky :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :5- Big Ten :- :- :- :- :- :- :9- :- :- :5-5:8- Big West :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :9- Colonial :- East Coast :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- Ivy :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :4- :- Metro :- :- :- :- 8:-8 Mid-American :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :5- Missouri Valley :- :- :- :- :- :4- :- :- :- :4- :6-4 Ohio Valley :- :4- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :6- Pacific- :4- :4- :4- :4- :- :6- :4- :- :- :- :4-9 Southeastern :- :- :- :- :- :4- :- :- :5- :- 4:7-5 Southern :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :4- Southland :- :- :- :4-4 Southwest :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :4- :- :8- Sun Belt :- :- :-4 West Coast :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- Western Athletic :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- 4:-6 Yankee : :- Independents 9:8-9:- 8:8-8:9-9 9:5-9:7-9:8-8:-7 8:5-9 9:-9 86:4-99 TOTAL 5:9-9 5:9-9 5:9-9 5:9-9 5:9-9 :6-6 :- :- :- 4:4-4 9: Conference TOTAL American East :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :4- American South :- :- Atlantic :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :5- :- 8:6-8 Atlantic Coast 5:6-5 4:9-4 4:7-4:- 5:8-5 5:-5 6:-6 6:5-6 5:9-5 6:-6 5:9-48 Atlantic Sun -- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- 9:-9 Big East :- :- 4:-4 5:6-5 4:7-6:8-5 4:4-4 5:4-5 6:7-6 5:-5 45:8-4 Big Eight :- :5- :- :- :- :4-5:7-5 4:5-4 5:4-4 4:4-4 :47- Big Sky :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- Big South :- Big Ten 4:-5 :6-4:-4 5:5-5 :4-6:4-6 6:4-6 6:-5 5:7-5 5:5-4 47:7-45 Big West :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :4- :- :- 5:4-5 Colonial :- :- :- :- :- :- :- 8:9-8 East Coast :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :4- Horizon :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- 9:4-9 Ivy :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :4- Metro :7- :- :4- :4- :4- :4- :7- :- 4:-4 :5- Metro Atlantic :- :- :- :- :- :- 6:-6 Mid-American :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- Mid-Continent :- :- :- :- 4:-4 Mid-Eastern -- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- 9:-9 Missouri Valley :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- 7:6-7 Northeast :- :- :- :- :- :- :- : 8:-8 Ohio Valley :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :5- Pacific- 4:6-4 :- :- :- :- 4:-4 :- :- :4-4:-4 7:9-7 Southeastern :4-4:4-5 :- 4:6-4 4:-4 5:7-5 4:-4 6:8-6 5:6-5 5:-5 4:5-44 Southern :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- Southland :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :7- Southwest :- :- :4- :5- :5- :- :- :- :- :- :4- Southwestern :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- Sun Belt :- :- :- :- :- :- 4:-4 :- :- :- :4- West Coast :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- Western Athletic :- :5- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :- :6- Independents 5:-5 4:-4 4:-4 :- :4- :- :- :5- :- :- 9:-9 TOTAL 48: : : :5-5 5:5-5 64:6-6 64:6-6 64:6-6 64:6-6 64: : Conference TOTAL America East : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - American South : : - American West : -

25 Conference Won-Lost Records Conference Teams in the Tournament during the 9s s 7 Conference TOTAL Atlantic : - : 4- : - 4: 7-4 : - : - 4: 6-4 5: 4-5 5: -5 : - : 5- Atlantic Coast 5: 4-5 6: -5 5: -4 6: 4-5 5: -5 4: -4 6: 6-6 6: 8-6 5: -5 : 7-5: 5-48 Atlantic Sun : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - Big : 7-5 4: -4 5: 4-5 4: -4 Big East 6: 7-6 7: -7 5: 5-5 : - 6: 8-6 4: 6-4 5: -5 4: 5-4 5: 7-5 5: -4 5: 7-49 Big Eight 4: -4 : 7-6: 5-6 6: 5-6 4: 6-4 5: 8-5 4: : 7- Big Sky : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - Big South : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 8: -8 Big Ten 7: 8-7 5: 6-5 5: 4-5 5: -5 7: -7 6: -6 5: -5 6: 7-6 5: 7-5 7: -7 58: Big West : 7- : 4- : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 4: 4- Colonial : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - Conference USA : 6-4 4: 5-4 : - 4: -4 5: 6-5 East Coast : - : : - Great Midwest : 7- : - 4: -4 : : 6- Horizon : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 5: 7-5 Ivy : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - Metro : - : - 4: -4 : - : - : : -4 Metro Atlantic : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - Mid-American : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : 9- Mid-Continent : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : 4- Mid-Eastern : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 9: -9 Missouri Valley : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 5: 9-5 Northeast : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - Ohio Valley : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - Pacific- 4: 4-4 4: -4 4: 4-4 : - 4: 4-4 5: 9-4 4: -4 5: -4 4: -4 4: -4 4: 55-9 Patriot -- : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 8: -8 Southeastern : - 5: -5 4: 6-4 4: 8-4 4: - 5: -5 4: 4-5: 5-5 5: 7-4 6: -6 45: 78-4 Southern : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - Southland : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - Southwest : 7- : 4- : - : - : - : - : : 6- Southwestern : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 9: -9 Sun Belt : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : 4- West Coast : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : 8- Western Athletic : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : 5-4: 6-4 : - 7: 5-7 Independents : - : - -- : - TOTAL 64:6-6 64: : : : : : : : : : s 99-4s 95s 96s 97s 98s 99s TOTAL America East : 4- : - : 5- American South : - : - : - Atlantic : - 8: 6-8 : 5-54: Atlantic Coast 6: 9-5 : 5-5: -5 5: : 5-48 : 54-8 Atlantic Sun 9: -9 : - 9: -9 Big 4: -4 4: -4 Big East 45: 8-4 5: : 56-9 Big Eight 8: -9 9: - : - : -4 : 47- : 7-4: 7-9 Big Sky : - : 5- : - : - : -4 Big South 8: -8 8: -8 Big Ten : 6-9 : - : 5-9 5: 8-47: : : 4-45 Big West : 9-5: 4-5 4: 4-4: 7-4 Border 9: - : - : - Colonial 8: 9-8 : - 8: -8 Conference USA 5: 6-5 5: 6-5 East Coast : - : 8- : - : 4- : - : -7 Florida Intercollegiate : - : - Great Midwest : 6- : 6- Horizon 9: 4-9 5: 7-5 4: -4 Indiana Collegiate : - : - Ivy 6: 6-8 9: 5-9: - : - : 4- : - 54: 8-6 Ky. Intercollegiate : - : - Little Three : - : - Metro 8: -8 : 5-4: -4 44: 48-4 Metro Atlantic 6: -6 : - 7: -7 Mid-American 7: -8 : 5- : 5- : - : 9-5: -56 Mid-Continent 4: -4 : 4-5: 7-5 Mid-Eastern 9: -9 9: -9 8: -8 Missouri Valley 4: 9- : - : - : 6-4 7: 6-7 5: : 7-7 Northeast 8: -8 : - 8: -8 Ohio Valley 5: -5 : 7- : 6- : 5- : - 46: -5 Pacific- : 4- : 5- : 8-9 : 4-9 7: 9-7 4: 55-9 : 65-7 Patriot 8: -8 8: -8 Presidents Athletic : - : - Rocky Mountain 8: 6- : - 9: 6- Skyline Eight : 9-5 : 6-4 : 5-5 4: -4 Southeastern 4: 8-9: 5-9 : - 4: 7-5 4: : : 8-4 Southern : -4 : 9- : 9- : 4- : - : - 5: 8-57 Southland : - : 4-4 : 7- : - 4: -5 Southwest : 9- : 9-4 : 9- : 8- : 4- : 6-78: Southwestern : - 9: -9 9: 4-9 Sun Belt : -4 : 4- : 4-6: -7 West Coast 7: 8-5 : 8- : - : - : 8-5: 47-5 The Tournament

26 74 Conference Won-Lost Records Conference Teams in the Tournament during the 9ss 9s 99-4s 95s 96s 97s 98s 99s TOTAL Western Athletic W ern N.Y. Little Three : 6-7: 4-4: -6 : 6-7: : : 6- Yankee Independents : 8-7 6: -7 64: : -8 8: : - 86: : -9 : - 5: : 5- TOTAL 88: - 5: 4-4 4: 8-8 9: : : 6-6,5:,-, Conference Teams in the Tournament During the s TOTAL America East : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 9: -9 Atlantic : - : 4- : - : - 4: 6-4 : - : - : - : - : 8- Atlantic Coast : 7-6: -5 4: - 4: 5-4 6: 4-6 5: -4 4: 6-4 7: 7-7 4: 6-4 4: 78-4 Atlantic Sun : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 9: -9 Big 6: 9-6 6: -6 6: -6 6: 4-6 4: -4 6: 6-6 4: 4-4 4: 6-4 6: -5 48: Big East 5: 8-5 5: 5-5 6: 6-6 4: - 6: -5 6: 7-6 8: -8 6: 7-6 8: -8 54: 79-5 Big Sky : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 9: -9 Big South : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 9: -9 Big Ten 6: 5-5 7: -7 5: 9-5 5: 8-5 : - 5: -5 6: -6 6: 9-6 4: : Big West : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - Colonial : - : - : - : - : - : - : 4- : - : - : 6- Conference USA 4: -4 : - : - 4: 5-4 6: 5-6 4: 6-4 : - : - : 5-7: -7 Horizon : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : 9- Ivy : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 9: -9 Metro Atlantic : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 9: 4-9 Mid-American : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 9: 5-9 Mid-Eastern : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 9: -9 Missouri Valley : - : - : - : - : - : - 4: 4-4 : - : - : - Mountain West : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : 8- Northeast : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 9: -9 Ohio Valley : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 9: -9 Pacific- 4: 4-4 5: -5 6: 9-6 5: 6-5 : - 4: 5-4 4: 8-4 6: -6 6: 8-6 4: 64-4 Patriot : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 9: -9 Southeastern 6: -6 6: 5-6 6: 5-6 6: 6-6 6: 7-6 5: 5-5 6: -5 5: -4 6: 4-6 5: 67-5 Southern : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 9: -9 Southland : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 9: -9 Southwestern : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 9: -9 Summit : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 9: -9 Sun Belt : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - West Coast : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 5: -5 Western Athletic : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - : - 6: -6 Independents : - TOTAL 64: : : : : : : : : : Conference Won-Lost Totals in the Tournament Tournament trivia Q uestion... From 99-99, what conference produced the most NCAA tournament appearances by its schools? A nswer... The Big Ten had 5 appearances. 9s s all-time CONFERENCE TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL America East : 5-9: -9 9: 6-9 Atlantic 54: : 8-76: 7-76 Atlantic Coast : : : -68 Atlantic Sun 9: -9 9: -9 8: -8 Big 4: -4 48: : 9-6 Big East 95: : : 5-44 Big Sky : -4 9: -9 4: -4 Big South 8: -8 9: -9 7: -7 Big Ten 5: : : 4-9 Big West 4: 7-4 : - 5: 4-5 Colonial 8: -8 : 6-9: 8-9 Conference USA 5: 6-5 7: -7 4: 48-4 Horizon 4: -4 : 9-5: -5 Ivy 54: 8-6 9: -9 6: 8-7 Metro Atlantic 7: -7 9: 4-9 6: 6-6 Mid-American 5: -56 9: 5-9 6: 7-65 Mid-Eastern 8: -8 9: -9 7: -7 Missouri Valley 68: 7-7 : - 88: 84-9 Mountain West : - : 8- : 8- Northeast 8: -8 9: -9 7: -7 Ohio Valley 46: -5 9: -9 55: -59 Pacific- : : : 9-5 Patriot 8: -8 9: -9 7: -7 Southeastern 5: 8-4 5: : Southern 5: : -9 6: -66 Southland 4: -5 9: -9 : -4 Southwestern 9: 4-9 9: -9 8: 4-8 Mid-Continent 5: 7-5 9: -9 4: 8-4 Sun Belt 6: -7 : - 46: -47 West Coast 5: : -5 68: 58-68

27 Conference Won-Lost Records Conference Teams in the Tournament during the s s 75 9s s all-time CONFERENCE TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL Western Athletic 68: : -6 84: 65-9 Independents 85: 5- : - 85: 5- Defunct Conferences 4: -76 : - 4: -76 TOTAL,5:,-, 584: ,69:,75-,75 NOTE: These decade charts are based on on-the-court records that are not affected by later action such as vacating. Tournament Field by State Most Schools From One State In One Tournament 7 California, (California, UC Santa Barb., Pepperdine, San Diego St., Southern California, Stanford, UCLA) 6 California, 997 (California, Pacific, St. Mary s, Southern California, Stanford, UCLA) 6 California, (California, Cal St. Northridge, Fresno St., Southern California, Stanford, UCLA) 6 California, 8 (Cal St. Fullerton, San Diego, Southern California, St. Mary s, Stanford, UCLA) 6 Indiana, (Ball St., Butler, Indiana, Indiana St., Purdue, Valparaiso) 6 North Carolina, (Charlotte, Davidson, Duke, North Carolina St., UNC Wilmington, Wake Forest) 5 California, 979 (Pacific, Pepperdine, San Francisco, Southern California, UCLA) 5 California, 996 (California, San Jose St., Santa Clara, Stanford, UCLA) 5 Indiana, (Butler, Indiana, IUPUI, Notre Dame, Purdue) 5 Louisiana, 99 (La.-Monroe, LSU, New Orleans, Southern U., Tulane ) 5 Michigan, 998 (Detroit, Eastern Mich., Michigan, Michigan St., Western Mich.) 5 New York, (Hofstra, Iona, St. Bonaventure, St. John s, Syracuse) 5 North Carolina, 986 (Davidson, Duke, North Carolina, N.C. A&T, North Carolina St.) 5 North Carolina, 988 (Duke, North Carolina, N.C. A&T, North Carolina St., Charlotte) 5 North Carolina, 99 (Campbell, Duke, North Carolina, Charlotte, Wake Forest) 5 North Carolina, 996 (Duke, North Carolina, UNC Greensboro, Wake Forest, Western Caro.) 5 North Carolina, (Charlotte, Duke, North Carolina, UNC Greensboro, Wake Forest) 5 North Carolina, (Duke, North Carolina St., UNC Asheville, UNC Wilmington, Wake Forest) 5 North Carolina, 4 (Charlotte, Duke, North Carolina, North Carolina St., Wake Forest) 5 North Carolina, 5 (Charlotte, Duke, North Carolina, North Carolina St., Wake Forest) 5 North Carolina, 6 (Davidson, Duke, North Carolina, North Carolina St., UNC Wilmington) 5 Pennsylvania, 98 (Penn, Pittsburgh, Robert Morris, St. Joseph s, Villanova) 5 Pennsylvania, 988 (La Salle, Lehigh, Pittsburgh, Temple, Villanova) 5 Pennsylvania, 99 (Penn St., Pittsburgh, St. Francis, Temple, Villanova) 5 Tennessee, 989 (East Tenn. St., Memphis, Middle Tenn., Tennessee, Vanderbilt) 5 Tennessee, 8 (Austin Peay, Belmont, Memphis, Tennessee, Vanderbilt) 5 Texas, 988 (Baylor, North Texas, SMU, UTSA, UTEP) 5 Texas, 7 (A&M-Corpus Christi, North Texas, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech) Most Schools From One State All-Time Texas 9 California 8 New York 5 Pennsylvania 4 North Carolina Louisiana Ohio Virginia Tennessee 9 Alabama 9 Illinois 9 Indiana 9 Massachusetts 8 Florida 8 Michigan 8 South Carolina 7 Maryland 7 New Jersey 6 Kentucky 6 Mississippi 5 District of Columbia 5 Georgia 5 Oklahoma 5 Utah 5 Washington 4 Connecticut 4 Iowa 4 Kansas 4 Missouri 4 Oregon 4 Wisconsin Arizona Arkansas Colorado Idaho Rhode Island Delaware Montana Nebraska Nevada New Mexico West Virginia Hawaii Minnesota New Hampshire Vermont Wyoming The Tournament

28 76 TELEVISED COLLEGE BASKETBALL GAMES Televised College Basketball Games Highest-Rated Photo by Rich Clarkson/NCAA Photos Photo by Rich Clarkson/NCAA Photos TV s highest-rated college basketball game ever had people tuning in to see the matchup of a pair of s, Magic Johnson of Michigan State (left) and Larry Bird of Indiana State (right). Of all the televisions across the country turned on during game time, 8 percent were tuned to Michigan State s victory over Indiana State to win the title. In 997, the Arizona-Kentucky matchup in the title game enticed 8,9, homes around the country to tune-in. Viewers were not disappointed as the score was tied at the end of regulation. Arizona s Miles Simon made all four of his free throws in the last minute of the game to help his Wildcats to an victory. Rating/ Date Game Round Network Share Homes. /6/979 Michigan St. vs. Indiana St. CH NBC 4./8 7,95,. 4//985 Georgetown vs. Villanova CH CBS./ 9,78,. 4/6/99 Duke vs. Michigan CH CBS.7/5,9, 4. 4/4/98 North Carolina St. vs. Houston CH CBS./ 8,58, 5. 4/5/99 North Carolina vs. Michigan CH CBS./4,67, 6. 4/4/994 Arkansas vs. Duke CH CBS.6/,5, 6. /9/98 North Carolina vs. Georgetown CH CBS.6/ 7,6, 8. 4//989 Michigan vs. Seton Hall CH CBS./ 9,6, 8. //975 UCLA vs. Kentucky CH NBC./ 4,59,. //986 Louisville vs. Duke CH CBS.7/ 7,78,. //98 Indiana vs. North Carolina CH NBC.7/9 6,,. /6/97 UCLA vs. Memphis CH NBC.5/,8,. /9/976 Indiana vs. Michigan CH NBC.4/ 4,, 4. 4//99 UNLV vs. Duke CH CBS./ 8,4, 5. /7/978 Kentucky vs. Duke CH NBC 9.9/ 4,5, 5. /5/974 North Carolina St. vs. Marquette CH NBC 9.9/,7, 7. /4/98 Louisville vs. UCLA CH NBC 9.8/ 5,, 8. 4//984 Georgetown vs. Houston CH CBS 9.7/9 6,5, 9. //987 Syracuse vs. Indiana CH CBS 9.6/8 7,,. 4//99 Duke vs. Kansas CH CBS 9.4/ 8,6,. 4//995 UCLA vs. Arkansas CH CBS 9./ 8,4,. /8/977 Marquette vs. North Carolina CH NBC 9./9,74,. //997 Arizona vs. Kentucky CH CBS 8.9/ 8,9, 4. 4/4/988 Kansas vs. Oklahoma CH CBS 8.8/ 6,66, 5. 4//996 Kentucky vs. Syracuse CH CBS 8./9 7,54, CH, national championship game; NSF, national semifinal game. Most-Watched Telecasts (By Homes) Rating/ Date Game Round Network Share Homes. 4/6/99 Duke vs. Michigan CH CBS.7/5,9,. 4/5/99 North Carolina vs. Michigan CH CBS./4,67,. 4/4/994 Arkansas vs. Duke CH CBS.6/,5, 4. 4//985 Georgetown vs. Villanova CH CBS./ 9,78, 5. 4//989 Michigan vs. Seton Hall CH CBS./ 9,6, 6. 4/4/98 North Carolina St. vs. Houston CH CBS./ 8,58, 7. 4//99 UNLV vs. Duke CH CBS./ 8,4, 8. 4//995 UCLA vs. Arkansas CH CBS 9./ 8,4, 9. //997 Arizona vs. Kentucky CH CBS 8.9/ 8,9,. 4//99 Duke vs. Kansas CH CBS 9.4/ 8,6,. /6/979 Michigan St. vs. Indiana St. CH NBC 4./8 7,95,. //986 Louisville vs. Duke CH CBS.7/ 7,78,. /9/98 North Carolina vs. Georgetown CH CBS.6/ 7,6, 4. 4//996 Kentucky vs. Syracuse CH CBS 8./9 7,54, 5. //998 Kentucky vs. Utah CH CBS 7.8/8 7,49, 6. /9/999 Connecticut vs. Duke CH CBS 7./7 7,9, 7. //987 Syracuse vs. Indiana CH CBS 9.6/8 7,, 8. 4/4/988 Kansas vs. Oklahoma CH CBS 8.8/ 6,66, 9. 4//984 Georgetown vs. Houston CH CBS 9.7/9 6,5,. 4/4/5 North Carolina vs. Illinois CH CBS 5./ 6,44,. //98 Indiana vs. North Carolina CH NBC.7/9 6,,. 4// Duke vs. Arizona CH CBS 5.6/4 5,99,. 4// Maryland vs. Indiana CH CBS 5./4 5,797, 4. 4/4/99 Duke vs. Indiana nsf CBS 6.8/ 5,47, 5. /4/98 Louisville vs. UCLA CH NBC 9.8/ 5,, CH, national championship game; NSF, national semifinal game.

29 Financial Analysis 77 Financial Analysis Division I Men s Basketball, 97-8 Total Paid Average Ticket Avg. Per Television Other Gross Year Teams Dates Attendance Attendance sales Ticket Revenue Revenue Receipts ,794 9,75 $55, $,74, ,,95 76,5,97, ,4 9,7 74,5,74, ,6,98,65,755,, , 9,6,4,999,4, ,857,4,5,,97, ,5,5,59, 4,86, ,6,4 $,88,9 $7.78 4,4,6 9,788 6,, ,49,69,85, ,69,684,94 6,69, ,,94,48, ,59,47 67,5 7,99, ,6,56,, ,856,948 86,84,57, ,44,6,769,7.85,7,5, 4,49, ,5 6,4 4,987, ,6, ,,6, ,56, 4,48,4. 6,878,979 95,65,756, ,48 4,96 5,666,84 4.6,7,98,79,6 6,884, ,59,47 5,846, ,7,9 654, 4,87, ,74 4,697 7,8, ,,8 746, 4,6, ,744 9,57,6, ,65,,8,96 49,9, ,998 6,44 9,57, ,789,6,8,7 68,, ,4 8,7,96, ,6,5,6,767 7,44, ,8 5,798 9,845, ,55,,87,888 76,78, ,77 9,58 4,4,7.6,47,757,78, 7,679, ,46 7,7,67,.,6,,98,944 5,5, ,79,85 5,89,94.5 9,6,,9,886 8,9, ,7 7,,847, ,6, 4,,648 7,848, , 5,885 4,4, ,, 4,,48 8,446, ,84 8,58 7,464, ,, 4,89,6,84, ,5 9,6,46,44. 88,4,,566,69,9, ,876 9,56 4,69,678 7.,9, 76,58 5,454, ,685,97 6,67,587 7.,8, 476,58 7,47, ,777 8,75 5,79, ,7, 5,5 5,579, ,89 7,488 7,5, ,, 79,7 7,88, ,46,584 5,4, ,784,46 4,4 5,644, ,45 6,98,5, ,44,4 46,4,7, ,6 6,77 7,679, ,, 57,7 8,7, ,4 6,47 6,5, ,,,68,98 7,74, ,9 6,46 4,4, ,,,4,4 4,564, ,6 9,9 47,, ,, 6,69,7 5,, ,68 8,868 5,45, ,8, 7,44,87 6,859,56 Game Team net NCAA Teams Final Reg. Reg. Second First Year Expense Expense Receipts Share Share Four Finals Semis Round Round 97 $9,6 $99,978 $,65,89 $5,946 $5,946 $49,576 $4,788 $4,788 $8,6 $8, ,86,668,555, ,79 777,79 7,48 6,74 6,74,58, ,767 6,664,86, 69,5 69,6 64,466,,,744,744 97,646 47,9,9,67 96,8 96,84 8,96 44,76 44,76 4,9 4, ,89 58,8,96,6 958,8 958,8 89,4 44,56 44,56 4,854 4, ,56 59,67,78,986,689,49,689,49,8 66,69 66,69,, ,74,449,69,,89,65,89,65 4,657 7,88 7,88,94, ,4 5, 5,78,86,689,4,689,4, 6,6 6,6 5,87 5, ,9 4,56 6,88,955,44,477,44,478 4,54,77,77 4,59 4, ,696 9,9 7,9,88,64,99,64,99 5, 7,55 7,55 9,84 9, ,78 5,67,48,75 4,984,6 6,64,6 6,78,986,986 8,594 8,594 98,66,445 75,67,5,4 5,686,5 7,466,5 8,899 9, 9, 95,75 95,75 98,75,6 64,6 7,766,4 7,6,496,659,744 57,67 8,75 8,75 6,9 6,9 98,5, ,46 9,469,79 7,787,67,68,58 5,979 98,4 98,4,744, ,95,96 95,4 4,5,54 9,6,4 4,4, 648,6 486,47 486,47 6,58 6,58 985,87,76,66,56,78,49,4,87 8,647,4 75,899 6,59 45,9,76 5,8 986,67,69,577,59 6,99,67 4,76,7,45,564 89,966 74,7 55,78 57,87 78,59 987,74,6,78,844 4,649, 7,459,645 6,89,456,56,7 844,8 6,66 4,4,5 988,747,664,,9 55,65,556,6,67,9,99,98,7 958,59 78,94 479,69 9, ,45,9,5,964 6,945, 5,78,85 7,767,7,74,4,99,79 84,54 549,689 74, ,86,45,69,996 66,99,57 6,858,547 4,87,844,47,9,77,87 88,44 588,96 94, ,6,956 6,47,7 4,4,76 4,4, ,58,5 6,64,559,649,54,649, ,6,6 7,,54 4,74,975 4,74, ,4,47 6,4,57 5,94,5 5,94, ,95,54 6,588,754 4,66,8 4,66, ,95,65 6,944,4 5,944,87 5,944, ,87,577 7,86,9 6,655,64 6,655, ,599,87 7,57,589 8,8, 8,8, 999,8,44 4,65,7 9,56,5 9,56,5,4, 8,,8 7,6,8 7,6,8,86,77,59,7 6,96,584 6,96,584,47, 7,9,75 5,959, 5,959, 5,4,558 8,44,4,94,494,94,494 The Tournament

30 78 Financial Analysis Game Team net NCAA Year Expense Expense Receipts Share 4 5,87,8 8,7,95 4,65,8 4,65,8 5 4,7,6 8,7,476 4,778,6 4,778,6 6 6,8,8 8,7,46 7,548,887 7,548, ,68,5 9,475,64 7,7,79 7,7,79 8,87,47,97,69 8,7,55 8,7,55 Note: Beginning in 99, in accordance with the revenue-distribution plan adopted by the then-ncaa Executive Committee, television rights fees were no longer included in the gross receipts. Money is distributed to conferences and independent institutions for their tournament participation, based upon a rolling six-year average. Tournament Facts Game Milestones Game No. Villanova defeated Brown, 4-, March 7, 99, in Philadelphia. In the second game of the doubleheader, Ohio State defeated Wake Forest, Dartmouth defeated Ohio State, 6-5, in the Eastern regional final March 8, 944, in New York. Illinois defeated Oregon State, 57-5, in the national third-place game in March 949 in Seattle. Bradley defeated Southern California, 74-7, in the national semifinal game March 9, 954, in Kansas City, Missouri. Temple defeated Maryland, 7-67, in the fifth of eight regional semifinal games March 4, 958. The East region game took place in Charlotte, North Carolina. 4 Wake Forest defeated Yale, 9-8 in overtime, in the first game of the 96 tournament. The East region game took place in Philadelphia and was the first of seven first-round games played March. 5 Providence defeated St. Joseph s, 8-7 in overtime, in an East region semifinal game in College Park, Maryland, March, 965. The game was the fifth of eight regional semifinal games that day. 6 New Mexico State defeated BYU, 74-6, March 8, 969, in Las Cruces, New Mexico. The West region game was the seventh of nine first-round games played that day. 7 Louisiana-Lafayette defeated Texas, -7, in Ames, Iowa, in a regional third-place game March, 97. The Midwest region game was the third of four regional thirdplace games played that day, along with four regional finals. 8 Kentucky defeated Syracuse, 95-79, in the national semifinal game March 9, 975, played in San Diego. 9 St. John s (New York) defeated Temple, 75-7, March 9 in the first game of the 979 tournament. The East region game took place in Raleigh, North Carolina., Villanova defeated Houston, 9-7, March, 98, in Charlotte, North Carolina. The East region game was the fifth of eight first-round games played that day., Iowa defeated Utah State, 64-59, March 8, 98, in Louisville, Kentucky. The Midwest region game was the sixth of eight first-round games played that day., Illinois State defeated Southern California, 58-55, March 4, 985, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Midwest region game was the 5th of 6 first-round games played that day., Louisville defeated North Carolina, 94-79, March, 986, in Houston. The West region semifinal game was the fourth of four games played that day.,4 Maryland defeated UC Santa Barbara, 9-8, March 8, 988, in Cincinnati. The Southeast region game was the th of 6 first-round games played that day.,5 Michigan defeated Seton Hall, 8-79 in overtime, for the national championship on April, 989, in Seattle. It was the first time in tournament history that a first-year head coach, Steve Fisher, won the national title.,6 Temple defeated Richmond, 77-64, March 6, 99, in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The East region game was the fifth of eight second-round games played that day.,7 In one of the biggest upsets in tournament history, Santa Clara defeated Arizona, 64-6, March 8, 99, in Salt Lake City. The West region game was the th of 6 first-round games played that day. It was the second time in tournament history that a No. 5 seed defeated a No. seed.,8 In the game to decide the final team to make the 994 Sweet 6, Louisville defeated Minnesota, 6-55, March in Sacramento, California. The West region game was the final game of the second round and the fourth game in the tournament played that day.,9 Iowa State defeated California, 74-64, March 4, 996, in Dallas. The Midwest region game was the th of 6 first-round games played that day., In the game to decide the final team to make the 997 Final Four, Arizona defeated Providence, 96-9, in overtime, March in Birmingham, Alabama. The Southeast regional final was the second and final game played in the tournament that day. Arizona went on to win its first national championship in basketball., In the first game of the 999 season round, St. John s (N.Y.) defeated Indiana, 86-6, March in the South region in Orlando, Florida., In the seventh game of the first round, Final Four-bound Maryland got by George Mason, 8-8, March 5 in the West region in Boise, Idaho., In the th game of the second round, Illinois defeated Creighton, 7-6, March 7 in Chicago.,4 In the 4th game of the 4 first round on Thursday, Air Force, making its first tournament appearance since 96, fell to North Carolina, 6-5, March 8 in Denver.,5 In the second of four games played on Thursday, March 4, of the 5 regional semifinals, top-ranked and No. -seed Illinois defeated Milwaukee, 77-6, in Chicago.,6 In the sixth game of 6 Friday first-round games on Friday, March 6, 7, tournament newcomer and 5th-seed Texas A&M-Corpus Christi gave #-seed Wisconsin a scare as the Islanders jumped out to a 5-7 lead and led by eight at halftime. But it was all Badgers the second half as they came back for the 76-6 win in Chicago.,7 In the last 8 regional final, Memphis completed the No. -seed sweep by defeating #-seed Texas, 85-67, on Sunday, March, in Houston. It was the first time all four No. seeds advanced to the Final Four. Tournament History 99 The first National Collegiate men s basketball tournament was held. For the first years, district playoffs often were held with the winner entering an eight-team field for the championship. The district games were not considered a part of the tournament. The winners of the East and West regionals were the only two teams to advance to the final site. 94 The National Association of Basketball Coaches held its annual convention at the site of the national finals for the first time. It has been held in conjunction with the tournament ever since. 946 The championship game was televised locally for the first time in New York City by WCBS-TV as Oklahoma State defeated North Carolina, 4-4. The initial viewing audience was estimated to be 5,. This was the first time four teams advanced to the final site. With only East and West regionals, the two regional champions played for the national title while the regional runners-up played for third place. 95 CCNY became the only team to win both national postseason tournaments: the NCAA tournament and the National Invitational Tournament (NIT). 95 The field was expanded to 6 teams, with conference champions qualifying automatically for the first time. Those conferences were: Big Seven (Big Eight), Big Ten, Border, Eastern (Ivy), Missouri Valley, Mountain States (also known as Skyline), Pacific Coast (Pacific-), Southeastern, Southern and Southwest. 95 Tournament games were televised regionally for the first time. The number of regional sites was changed from two to four, with the four winners advancing to the finals. This change led to the first true Final Four as the national semifinals and national final format began. 95 The bracket was expanded from 6 teams to and fluctuated between and 5 teams until 974. Teams were limited to one national postseason tournament. No longer could teams play in both the NCAA tournament and the National Invitational Tournament (NIT). 954 The Tuesday-Wednesday format for semifinals and the final game was changed to Friday-Saturday. The championship game was televised nationally for the first time as La Salle defeated Bradley, 94-76, in Kansas City, Missouri. 957 The largest media group to date assembled for the championship game in Kansas City, Missouri. Coverage included an -station television network, 64 newspaper writers and live radio broadcasts on 7 stations in states. 96 A contract to run through 968 was worked out with Sports Network for the championship game to be televised nationally. Television rights totaled $4,. For the first time, sites for the tournament competition were selected two years in advance. 966 Net income for the entire tournament exceeded $5, for the first time. A television-blackout provision requiring a 48-hour advance sellout was adopted. 969 The Friday-Saturday format for semifinals and the final game was changed to Thursday-Saturday. NBC was selected to televise the championship at television rights totaling $547,5, exceeding $5, for the first time. The tournament s net income of $,,95 was the first time above the million-dollar mark.

31 Tournament Facts Tournament History NBC recorded the largest audience ever for a basketball network telecast during the semifinals as 9,, homes saw the game. 97 The Thursday-Saturday format for semifinals and the championship game was changed to Saturday-Monday. Television rights totaled $,65,755, exceeding $ million for the first time. NBC reported that the championship game was the highest-rated basketball telecast of all time. The contest received a rating of.5 and was seen by,58, television households reaching a total audience of 9 million persons. Also for the first time, the championship game was televised in prime time. TVS, with the approval of NBC, agreed to televise those games not carried by NBC for a two-year period at the rights fee of $65, per year. First-round byes were determined on the basis of the conference s won-lost record over the past years in NCAA tournament play. The first public draw to fill oversubscribed orders for Final Four game tickets was administered by the committee for the 974 championship. 974 The bracket rotation was changed for the first time, eliminating East versus West bracketing in effect since 99. East played West and Mideast played Midwest in the national semifinals. The Eastern College Athletic Conference was divided to receive multiple automatic-qualification berths in the tournament. 975 A -team bracket was adopted and one team other than the conference champion could be chosen at large from the same conference for the first time. Locker rooms were opened to media representatives after a -minute cooling-off period. The term Final Four first appeared in an NCAA publication, the 975 Official Collegiate Basketball Guide. On Page 5 in the National Preview-Review section written by Ed Chay of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Clay wrote, Outspoken Al McGuire of Marquette, whose team was one of the final four in Greensboro, was among several coaches who said it was good for college basketball that UCLA was finally beaten. The first time Final Four was capitalized was in the 978 basketball guide. 976 The rights for the NCAA Radio Network were awarded to Host Communications, Inc., of Lexington, Kentucky. Regional third-place games were eliminated. For the first time, two teams from the same conference (Big Ten) played in the national championship game, with Indiana defeating Michigan. 977 NBC televised hours and 8 minutes of tournament programming. 978 A seeding process was used for the first time for individual teams. A maximum of four automatic-qualifying conference teams were seeded in each of the four regional brackets. These teams were seeded based on their respective conferences won-lost percentages in tournament play during the past five years. At-large seeding in each region was based on current won-lost records, strength of schedule and eligibility status of student-athletes for postseason competition. These seeds were not made public. The next year the bracket included the seeds. NBC televised the four regional championship games and a first-round doubleheader on Saturday and Sunday. NCAA Productions began producing first-second-round and selected regional semifinal games and airing them in the regions of the participating teams. The first public lottery for the drawing of Final Four game tickets was held. There were approximately 7, requests for, available tickets. Complimentary tickets for all NCAA championships were eliminated. 979 The bracket was expanded to 4 teams and all teams were seeded for the first time. The 6 conferences with the best won-lost records over the previous five years of championship play received byes into the second round. Eight additional byes were available to independents, second conference teams and champions of other conferences. NBC received a record one-game rating with a 4. in Michigan State s na tional championship victory over Indiana State. The 8 share and the 8 million homes viewing were both records at the time. Three-man officiating crews were assigned for all tournament games. 98 The bracket was expanded to 48 teams, which included 4 automatic qualifiers and 4 at-large teams. The top 6 seeds received byes to the second round. The limit of two teams from the same conference being allowed in the tournament was lifted. This gave the committee maximum flexibility to balance the bracket as well as to select the best possible at-large entrants. espn began telecasting nationally the games that were being produced by NCAA Productions. ESPN continued its coverage of early-round games through the 99 tournament. 98 Principles for the seeding and placement of teams to develop a balanced tournament bracket were implemented. They included establishing levels that transcended each of the four regions; dividing each region into three sections with four levels each; limiting to one the number of conference teams that could be placed in each regional section; and placing teams in their geographical area or on their home court if doing so did not compromise the first three principles. A computer ranking system, the Rating Percentage Index or RPI, was used as an aid in evaluating teams for at-large selections and seeding. It became policy that no more than 5 percent of the tournament berths shall be filled by automatic qualifiers. Virginia defeated LSU in the last third-place game conducted at the Final Four site. In the 975 Official Collegiate Basketball Guide, Ed Chay of the Cleveland Plain Dealer wrote, Outspoken Al McGuire (pictured above) of Marquette, whose team was one of the final four in Greensboro, was among several coaches who said it was good for college basketball that UCLA was finally beaten. This was the first reference to the term final four in the official guides. For the first time, the NCAA registered a trademark for the term Final Four, with a stated first use of CBS was awarded the television rights for 6 exposures to the championship for three years. The selection show was shown on live national television for the first time. North Carolina s national championship win against Georgetown received a.6 rating and was the th-ranked prime-time program for that week. CBS also achieved second-round record ratings with an.8 rating and 7 share Saturday, and an. rating and 8 share Sunday. Host Communications, Inc., and the CBS Radio Network co-produced the NCAA Radio Network. 98 An opening round was added that required the representatives of eight automaticqualifying conferences to compete for four positions in the 5-team tournament bracket. This concept permitted the committee to retain a 48-team bracket evenly balanced with 4 automatic qualifiers and 4 at-large selections, yet award automatic qualification to each of the 8 conferences that received it the year before. The 6 top-seeded teams received byes to the second round. The current format in which the tournament starts the third weekend in March, regional championships on the fourth Saturday and Sunday, and the national semifinals and final the following Saturday and Monday, was established. North Carolina State s national championship victory over Houston attracted what then was a record 8.6 million homes to the CBS telecast. The game had a. rating (third best) and a share. It was the fifth-ranked prime-time television program for that week. A national semifinal record also was set in Houston s victory over Louisville. The game had a 7.8 rating and 5 share and was viewed by 4,8, homes on CBS. It was determined that the Final Four site must have a minimum of 7, seats. Photo by Rich Clarkson/NCAA Photos The Tournament

32 8 Tournament Facts Tournament History Photo by Rich Clarkson/NCAA Photos In 994, President Bill Clinton became the first sitting president to attend the Final Four, where he watched his home state Arkansas team win the NCAA title. After the game, Clinton congratulated the team and coach Nolan Richardson in the locker room. 984 One additional opening-round game was established, requiring automaticqualifying conferences to compete for five positions in the 5-team bracket that included 4 automatic qualifiers and 4 at-large selections. For the first time, awards were presented to all participating teams in the championship. 985 The tournament bracket was expanded to include 64 teams, which eliminated all first-round byes. The committee realigned each region and renamed the Mideast region the Southeast region. Specifically, the Southern and Mid-Eastern conferences were moved from the East to the Southeast region; the Big Ten, Mid-American and Southwestern conferences moved from the Southeast to the Midwest; the Metro and Trans America conferences were moved from the Midwest to the Southeast, and the Southland and Southwest conferences were moved from the Midwest to the West region. The number of automatic qualifiers was capped at for a five-year period (986-9). CBS had a record 9.8 million homes view Villanova s national championship victory over Georgetown. The game attracted a. rating (second best) and a share, and was the second-rated prime-time program on television for that week. The East regional championship game (Georgetown defeated Georgia Tech) set television records for that level of tournament competition with a.6 rating, a share and.7 million homes tuned to CBS. The NCAA Radio Network reached an all-time high radio audience for any sports event when the Villanova-Georgetown game attracted million listeners. CBS began a second three-year contract that included 9 exposures. 986 CBS televised 4 hours, 5 minutes of tournament programming. The NCAA Radio Network included a record 46 stations, including 9 of the top markets. The bracketing policy was changed so two teams from the same conference could not compete against each other prior to the regional semifinals. It became policy that all regional competition be played at neutral sites and hosting institutions must play in another region. Three separate three-man officiating crews were assigned to the two national semifinals and the championship final. The NCAA conducted its first random, computerized drawing for the general public s allotment of Final Four tickets. 987 The National Association of Basketball Coaches reaffirmed its endorsement of the policy that permits an institution to participate on its home court in the first and second rounds of competition. Policy was changed to prohibit teams from the same conference from competing against each other prior to regional championship game. Championship team members were awarded -karat gold rings, while the other three teams in the Final Four received silver rings. All 64 teams selected for the championship were subject to drug testing for the first time. 988 CBS began a third three-year contract. All regional semifinal games were televised in prime time. Separate three-man officiating crews were assigned to all competition at regional and national championship sites. 989 The NCAA Executive Committee expanded a moratorium enacted in 984 limiting the bracket to automatic-qualifying conference champions and 4 at-large teams through the 998 championship. NCAA Executive Regulation -6-(b)- was amended to strengthen criteria governing automatic qualification for conferences. Bracket rotation was established, with East vs. West, Midwest vs. Southeast in 989; Southeast vs. West, East vs. Midwest in 99, and West vs. Midwest, Southeast vs. East in 99. Awards for the national runner-up were presented in the dressing room immediately after the championship game. Host Communications, Inc., began a three-year contract for rights to the NCAA Radio Network and programs for all sites. Neutral courts were used in all rounds of the championship for the first time. After determining that three of the next four Final Four host facilities should have a minimum capacity of,, the committee selected Charlotte, Seattle, The Meadowlands and Indianapolis to host in 994, 995, 996 and The general public was limited to purchasing two tickets to future Final Fours. The basketball committee defined home court as an arena in which a team has played more than 5 percent of its home regular-season schedule, excluding conference tournament games. The NCAA Executive Committee approved a play-in concept to identify the automatic-qualifying conferences in December 989. The Rating Percentage Index (RPI) administered by the NCAA was computed for the nonconference schedules of all eligible conferences. Those with the lowest ranking competed for the available automatic-qualifying positions. The play-in was implemented in 99 with eligible conferences. Six conference representatives played for three automaticqualifying berths in the 64-team bracket. For the first time the RPI was updated daily during the selection meetings. Previously, the RPI was updated only once through the night before the meetings began and used throughout the selection process. 99 CBS Sports began a seven-year contract for $ billion, which included live coverage of all sessions of the championship. The NCAA began a new system for distributing championship revenue to the membership. The system was based upon sports sponsorship, grants-in-aid, and basketball performance, and also included funding for academic enhancement and special assistance to student-athletes. The basketball fund was based each conference s performance over a rolling six-year period. The definition of home court was further defined to exclude from hosting arenas in which teams played more than three games of a regular-season schedule, excluding conference tournaments. A play-in was conducted between the six lowest-rated conferences from the previous year s RPI since conferences were eligible for automatic qualification. Game results were as follows: St. Francis (Pennsylvania) (Northeast Conference) defeated Fordham (Patriot League), 7-64; Louisiana-Monroe (Southland) defeated Florida A&M (Mid-Eastern), 87-6; and Coastal Carolina (Big South) defeated Jackson State (Southwestern), Duke won its second consecutive national championship, the first team to successfully defend its title since UCLA in A minimum facility seating capacity of, for first and second rounds and regionals was established. The basketball committee selected San Antonio; St. Petersburg, Florida; Indianapolis; Minneapolis; and Atlanta to host the Final Four in 998 through. All the facilities had capacities in excess of,. 994 For the first time, all of the top markets in the country received the radio play-by-play broadcast of the Final Four. This included a record 488 stations. President Bill Clinton became the first sitting president to attend the tournament, when he was present at the Midwest regional championship game in Dallas and the national semifinals and final in Charlotte, North Carolina. The use of combined shot clocks/game clocks was required at all sites. The committee agreed to attempt to assign the top four seeds in each region away from a site that may create a home-crowd advantage for their opponents. The

33 Tournament Facts Tournament History 8 committee recognized that it could be necessary to move lower-seeded teams from their natural regions in order to accomplish this. The weighing of the three factors composing the Rating Percentage Index (RPI), Division I winning percentage, opponents winning percentage and opponents opponent s winning percentage, was adjusted from -4-4 to Factor IV was introduced to produce an adjusted RPI. It was based on a team s good wins, bad losses and non-conference scheduling. 995 The existing CBS Sports contract was replaced with a new agreement for $.75 billion extending through the championship. 996 The NCAA created the first online computer page for the men s Final Four. Pool reporters were permitted under specified conditions to interview game officials after games. Participating institutions seating locations were moved closer to mid-court and nearer to the playing floor. 997 Bracketing policies were changed so that once the highest-seeded team from a conference is assigned to a region, only the eighth team selected from that conference may be placed in that region. The NCAA s online computer page was expanded to include preliminary rounds. 998 Competition at all three sites within each region began being conducted on the same days of the week and tournament hosts teams permitted to play on the days they are hosting. The name of the Southeast Region was changed to the South Region. The basketball committee continued selecting Final Four host facilities with a minimum seating capacity of, when it picked New Orleans, San Antonio, St. Louis, Indianapolis and Atlanta to host in Bracketing policies were changed so that, once the highest-seeded team from a conference is assigned to a region, only the sixth team from that conference may be placed in that region. The NCAA signed a new -year agreement with CBS Sports, commencing with the championship. The agreement, which was for a minimum of $6 billion, included rights to television (over-the-air, cable, satellite, digital and home video), marketing, game programs, radio, Internet, fan festivals and licensing (excluding concessionaire agreements). In its continuing effort to combat the effects of gambling, the committee began conducting background checks on game officials. The NCAA checked 5 officials randomly selected from among the 96 who worked the previous year s tournament. The NCAA and the Illinois High School Association formed the March Madness Athletic Association and applied for trademark registration for the term March Madness. The registration was granted in. Inasmuch as conferences were eligible for automatic qualification, the committee agreed to conduct an opening-round game the Tuesday before the first/second rounds, pitting teams seeded Nos. 64 and 65. The National Network (TNN) telecast the opening-round game. For the first time, the NCAA registered a trademark for the term Big Dance, with a stated first use of. Championship-, first- and second-round sites were no longer assigned to specific regions. Rather, the committee had the flexibility to assign four-team pods to sites near the teams natural geographic areas, if possible. The committee eliminated the bracketing provision that, once the highest-seeded team from a conference was assigned to a region, only the sixth team from that conference could be placed in that region. CBS expanded its live selection show to one hour. ESPN televised the opening-round game for the first time. First-/second-round sites in non-domed stadiums drew 99.5 percent of capacity, an all-time record at the time. During the selection meeting, for the first time, each committee member had the use of an individual computer for researching and evaluating teams. Westwood One assumed administration of the tournament s radio rights. The committee set the minimum Final Four seating capacity at 4, and picked San Antonio, Detroit, Indianapolis and Houston to host in Rather than using the traditional annual rotation of Final Four semifinals pairings (i.e., West vs. East, South vs. Midwest) the committee assigned the pairings during selection weekend. The top No. seed s region was assigned to meet the fourth No. seed s region and the second No. seed s region met the third No. seed s region. Directional regional site designations (i.e., East, South, Midwest, West) were dropped. Instead, regional sites were known by the city in which the games were played (i.e., Atlanta regional). 5 Culminating a four-year study, the committee revised the RPI formula to give additional weight to playing on the road. The new formula weighed road victories and home losses at.4; home victories and road losses at.6; and neutral-site victories and losses at.. The new weighting system affected only Factor I of the RPI. Factor IV was eliminated. CBS began a two-year deal with CSTV.com for exclusive Internet video streaming rights for out-of-market game coverage of the first 58 games of the tournament. CBS has televised the Final Four every year since 98. At the 987 Final Four in New Orleans, former NCAA Executive Director Walter Byers (in tie) enjoys a moment with Neal Pilson (left in glasses) of CBS. The committee revised the bracketing principles to permit two teams from the same conference to meet each other before the regional final if the conference had more than eight teams selected for the championship. Attendance at first-/second-round and regional sites was 98.4 percent of the facilities capacity, an all-time record. Arenas other than domes were filled to 99.9 percent of capacity, also a record. 6 The official RPI was released to the public for the first time on February, 6, when the Rating Percentage Index appeared on the NCAA Web site: ncaasports.com. The committee revised the bracketing principles so that if it is unable to reconcile the bracket after exhausting all possible options, it has the flexibility to permit two teams from the same conference to meet each other after the first round, if the conference has more than five participants. 7 The committee returned to geographical regional site designations rather than identifying the sites by the host city, as it did from 4-6. Regional sites were referred to as East, South, Midwest and West rather than East Rutherford, San Antonio, St. Louis and San Jose. In response to tremendous traffic resulting in 9 million video streams and five million visits in 6, CBS Sportsline doubled its bandwidth capacity for March Madness on Demand, which offers free live Internet streams of each game of the first three rounds of the championship. CSTV s coverage was expanded to include live broadcasts of two first-round games, pregame and postgame previews and recaps on all competition dates, and video streaming of postgame press conferences that are archived at com. In addition, CSTV aired live programming during open practice day at the Final Four, aired a National Championship Pregame Show live from the Georgia Dome, and provided coverage to ancillary events such as Hoop City, My CokeFest and The Big Dance at Centennial Olympic Park. 8 For the first time in tournament history, all four No. seeds advanced to the Final Four. The continuing growth in popularity for ancillary events was on display as Hoop City set an all-time attendance record with more than 6, visitors over a fourday period, while The Big Dance attracted 67, people to the streets of San Antonio. For the first time ever, the NABC College All-Star Game was held at the same venue as the Final Four. The game attracted 4,8 fans to the Alamodome. CBSSports.com and March Madness on Demand launched a developer platform that allowed more than Web sites to carry live video of the championship online, including to sites such as ESPN.com, Yahoo, SI.com, YouTube and Facebook. CBS allowed users to watch all 6 games that it telecast during the tournament for the first time, and saw the total number of unique visitors from first-round games through the regional championship games escalate from.75 million to 4. million. The committee selected New Orleans, Atlanta, North Texas, Indianapolis and Houston to host Final Fours from -6. Photo by Rich Clarkson/NCAA Photos The Tournament

34 8 Team-By-Team Won-Lost Records By Coach Team-By-Team Won-Lost Records By Coach, 99-8 ( Teams) Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR AIR FORCE Jeff Bzdelik (Ill.-Chicago 976) 6... Bob Spear (DePauw 94) 96, 6... Joe Scott (Princeton 987) 4... TOTAL 4 4 AKRON Bob Huggins (West Virginia 977) TOTAL ALABAMA* C.M. Newton (Kentucky 95) 975, Wimp Sanderson (North Ala. 959) 98, 8,84, 85, 86, 87*, 89, 9, 9, 9... David Hobbs (VCU 97) 994,95... Mark Gottfried (Alabama 987),, 4-RR, 5, TOTAL 9 9 ALABAMA A&M L. Vann Pettaway (Alabama A&M 98) 5... TOTAL ALABAMA ST. Rob Spivery (Ashland 97), 4... TOTAL UAB Gene Bartow (Truman 95) 98, 8-RR, 8,84, 85, 86, 87, 9, Murry Bartow (UAB 985) Mike Anderson (Tulsa 98) 4, 5, 6... TOTAL 9 ALBANY (N.Y.) Will Brown (Dowling 995) 6, 7... TOTAL AMERICAN Jeff Jones (Virginia 98) 8... TOTAL AKRON Bob Huggins (West Virginia 977) TOTAL APPALACHIAN ST. Bobby Cremins (South Carolina 97) Buzz Peterson (North Carolina 986)... TOTAL ARIZONA* 976-RR, Lute Olson (Augsburg 957) 985, 86, 87, 88-Td, 89, 9, 9, 9, 9, 94-Td, 95, 96, 97-CH, 98-RR, 99*,, -d,, -RR, 4, 5-RR, 6, Kevin O Neill (McGill 979) 8... Fred Enke (Minnesota 9) Fred Snowden [Wayne St. (Mich.) 958] TOTAL ARIZONA ST.* Ned Wulk (Wis.-La Crosse 94) 958, Rob Evans (New Mexico St. 968)... 6-RR, 6, 6-RR, 64, 7, 75-RR, 8, 8... Bill Frieder (Michigan 964) 99, 95* TOTAL ARKANSAS Eugene Lambert (Arkansas 99) 945- Eddie Sutton (Oklahoma St. 958) 977, 78-d, 79-RR,8, 8, 8, 8, 84, Nolan Richardson (UTEP 965) 988, 89, 9-Td, 9-RR, 9, 9, 94-CH, 95-d, 96, 98, 99,,... 6 Stan Heath (Eastern Mich. 988) 6, 7.. John Pelphrey (Kentucky 99) 8... Td, 49-RR... Glen Rose (Arkansas 98) 94-Td, TOTAL Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR ARKANSAS ST. Dickey Nutt (Oklahoma St. 98) TOTAL UALR Mike Newell (Sam Houston St. 97) 986, 89, 9... TOTAL AUBURN Sonny Smith (Milligan 958) 984, 85, 86-RR, 87, Cliff Ellis (Florida St. 968) 999,,... 5 TOTAL 8 8 AUSTIN PEAY* Lake Kelly (Ga. Tech 956) 97*, 74, Dave Loos (Memphis 97) 996,, TOTAL 6 7 BALL ST. Steve Yoder (Ill. Wesleyan 96) Al Brown (Purdue 964) Rick Majerus (Marquette 97) Dick Hunsaker (Weber St. 977) 99, 9... Ray McCallum (Ball St. 98) 995,... TOTAL 7 7 BAYLOR R.E. Bill Henderson (Howard Payne Scott Drew (Butler 99) ) 946-RR, 48-d, 5-4th... Gene Iba (Tulsa 96) TOTAL 5 7 BELMONT Rick Byrd (Tennessee 976) 6, 7, 8... TOTAL BOISE ST. Doran Bus Connor (Idaho St. 955) Bob Dye (Idaho St. 96) 988, 9, Greg Graham (Oregon 978) 8... TOTAL 5 5 BOSTON COLLEGE Bob Zuffelato (Central Conn. St. 959) Tom Davis (Wis.-Platteville 96) 98, 8-RR... 5 Gary Williams (Maryland 967) 98, Jim O Brien (Boston College 97) 994-RR, 96, Al Skinner (Massachusetts 974),, 4, 5, 6, Donald Martin (Georgetown 94) Bob Cousy (Holy Cross 948) 967-RR, 68. TOTAL 7 8 BOSTON U. Matt Zunic (George Washington 94) Mike Jarvis (Northeastern 968) 988, 9.. Dennis Wolff (Connecticut 978) 997, RR... Rick Pitino (Massachusetts 974) TOTAL 6 6 BOWLING GREEN Harold Anderson (Otterbein 94) 959, 6, 6... Bill Fitch (Coe 954) TOTAL 4 5 BRADLEY Forrest Forddy Anderson (Stanford 94) 95-d, 54-d... 6 Bob Vanatta (Central Methodist 945) 955-RR... Dick Versace (Wisconsin 964) 98, Stan Albeck (Bradley 955) Jim Molinari (Ill. Wesleyan 977) Jim Les (Bradley 986) 6... TOTAL 8 8 BYU Stan Watts (BYU 98) 8-RR RR, 5-RR, 57, 65, 69, 7, 7... Frank Arnold (Idaho St. 956) 979, 8, 7 4

35 Team-By-Team Won-Lost Records By Coach 8 Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR Ladell Andersen (Utah St. 95) 984, 9, 9, Steve Cleveland (UC Irvine 976),, 4... Dave Rose (Houston 984) 7, , Roger Reid (Weber St. 967) 99, 9, TOTAL 6 BROWN George Allen (West Virginia 95) 99-RR... Mike Cingiser (Brown 96) TOTAL BUCKNELL Charles Woollum (William & Mary 96) 987, Pat Flannery (Bucknell 98) 5, 6... TOTAL 4 4 BUTLER Paul Tony Hinkle (Chicago 9) Barry Collier (Butler 976) 997, 98,... Thad Matta (Butler 99)... Todd Lickliter (Butler 979), Brad Stevens (DePauw 999) 8... TOTAL CALIFORNIA* Clarence Nibs Price (California 94) 957-RR, 58-RR, 59-CH, 6-d... 4 Lou Campanelli (Montclair St. 96) Todd Bozeman (Rhode Island 986) 99, 94, 96*... Ben Braun (Wisconsin 975) 997,,,, th... Pete Newell (Loyola Marymount 94) TOTAL UC SANTA BARBARA Jerry Pimm (Southern California 96) 988, 9... Bob Williams (San Jose St. 975)... TOTAL CAL ST. FULLERTON Bob Dye (Idaho St. 96) 978-RR... Bob Burton (Fresno St. 968) 8... TOTAL CAL ST. L.A. Bob Miller (Occidental 95) TOTAL CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE Bobby Braswell (Cal St. Northridge 984)... TOTAL CAMPBELL Billy Lee (Barton 97) TOTAL CANISIUS Joseph Curran (Canisius 94) 955-RR, 56-RR, John Beilein (Wheeling Jesuit 975) TOTAL CATHOLIC John Long (Catholic 98) 944-RR... TOTAL CENTRAL CONN. ST. Howie Dickenmann (Central Conn. St. 97),, 7... TOTAL UCF Kirk Speraw (Iowa 98) 994, 96, 4, TOTAL 4 4 CENTRAL MICH. Dick Parfitt (Central Mich. 95) 975, 77.. Charlie Coles [Miami (Ohio) 965] Jay Smith (Saginaw Valley 984)... TOTAL 4 4 Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR COL. OF CHARLESTON John Kresse [St. John s (N.Y.) 964] 994, 97, 98, TOTAL 4 4 CHARLESTON SO. Tom Conrad (Old Dominion 979) TOTAL CHARLOTTE Lee Rose (Transylvania 958) 977-4th... Jeff Mullins (Duke 964) 988, 9, Melvin Watkins (Charlotte 977) 997, 98.. Bob Lutz (Charlotte 98) 999,,, 4, TOTAL 7 CHATTANOOGA Murray Arnold (American 96) 98, 988, 9, 94, 95, John Shulman (East Tenn. St. 989) , 8... Mack McCarthy (Virginia Tech 974) TOTAL 9 9 CINCINNATI George Smith (Cincinnati 95) 958, 6-CH, 6-d... Tay Baker (Cincinnati 95) Gale Catlett (West Virginia 96) 975, 76, Bob Huggins (West Virginia 977) 99- Td, 9-RR, 94, 95,96-RR, 97, 98, 99,,,,, 4, d, 6-d... Ed Jucker (Cincinnati 94) 96-CH, 7 TOTAL 4 4 CCNY Nat Holman (Savage School of Phys. Ed. 97) 947-4th, 5-CH... 4 TOTAL 4 CLEMSON* Bill C. Foster (Carson-Newman 958) 98-RR... Cliff Ellis (Florida St. 968) 987, 89, 9*... Rick Barnes (Lenoir-Rhyne 977) 996, 97, Oliver Purnell (Old Dominion 975) 8.. TOTAL CLEVELAND ST. Kevin Mackey (St. Anselm 967) TOTAL COASTAL CARO. Russ Bergman (LSU 97) 99, 9... TOTAL COLGATE Jack Bruen (Catholic 97) 995, TOTAL COLORADO Forrest Frosty Cox (Kansas 9) 94-RR, 4-Td, 46-RR... 4 Horace Bebe Lee (Stanford 98) 954, 55-d... Russell Sox Walseth (Colorado 948) 96-RR, 6-RR, Ricardo Patton (Belmont 98) 997,... TOTAL 9 4 COLORADO ST. 66, 69-RR Boyd Grant (Colorado St. 957) 989, 9... Dale Layer (Eckerd 979)... Bill Strannigan (Wyoming 94) Jim Williams (Utah St. 947) 96, 65, TOTAL 8 9 COLUMBIA John Jack Rohan (Columbia 95) Gordon Ridings (Oregon 99) 948-RR... Lou Rossini (Columbia 948) TOTAL 4 CONNECTICUT* Hugh Greer (Connecticut 96) 95, 54, 56, 57, 58, 59, 6... George Wigton (Ohio St. 956) The Tournament

36 84 Team-By-Team Won-Lost Records By Coach Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR Fred Shabel (Duke 954) 964-RR, 65, Donald Dee Rowe (Middlebury 95) Dom Perno (Connecticut 964) Jim Calhoun (American Int l 968) 99-RR, 9, 9, 94,95-RR, 96*, 98-RR, 99-CH,, -RR,, 4-CH, 5, 6-RR, TOTAL COPPIN ST. Ron Mitchell (Edison 984) 99, 9, 97, TOTAL 4 4 CORNELL Royner Greene (Illinois 99) Mike Dement (East Carolina 976) Steve Donahue (Ursinus 984) 8... TOTAL 4 CREIGHTON 96, Eddie Sutton (Oklahoma St. 958) Tom Apke (Creighton 965) 975, 78, 8... Tony Barone (Duke 968) 989, 9... Dana Altman (Eastern N.M. 98) 999,,,,, 5, Eddie Hickey (Creighton 97) 94-RR... John Red McManus (St. Ambrose 949) TOTAL DARTMOUTH Osborne Ozzie Cowles (Carleton 9) Alvin Doggie Julian (Bucknell 9) 956, 58-RR, RR, 4-d, 4-RR... Earl Brown (Notre Dame 99) 944-d... 4 TOTAL 7 7 DAVIDSON Charles Lefty Driesell (Duke 954) Bobby Hussey (Appalachian St. 96) Bob McKillop (Hofstra 97) 998,, 6, 7, 8-RR , 68-RR, 69-RR... Terry Holland (Davidson 964) TOTAL 8 DAYTON Tom Blackburn [Wilmington (Ohio) 9] 67-d, 69, 7, 74, 84-RR, Jim O Brien (St. Joseph s 974) Oliver Purnell (Old Dominion 975),... Brian Gregory (Oakland 99) Don Donoher (Dayton 954) 965, 66, TOTAL 5 DELAWARE Steve Steinwedel (Mississippi St. 975) 998, , 9... Mike Brey (George Washington 98) TOTAL 4 4 DELAWARE ST. Greg Jackson (St. Paul s 98) 5... TOTAL DePAUL* Ray Meyer (Notre Dame 98) 94- Td, 5, 56, 59, 6, 65, 76, 78-RR, 79-d, 8, 8, 8, Joey Meyer (DePaul 97) 985, 86*, 87*, 88*, 89*, 9, Pat Kennedy [King s (Pa.) 976]... Dave Leitao (Northeastern 98) 4... TOTAL 5 DETROIT Dave Smokey Gaines (LeMoyne-Owen 96) Perry Watson (Eastern Mich. 97) 998, Robert Calihan (Detroit 94) Dick Vitale (Seton Hall 96) TOTAL 5 5 DRAKE Maurice John (Central Mo. 94) 969-d, 7-RR, 7-RR... 5 Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR Keno Davis (Iowa 995) 8... TOTAL DREXEL Eddie Burke (La Salle 967) Bill Herrion (Merrimack 98) 994, 95, TOTAL 4 4 DUKE 96-RR, 6-d, 64-d, 66-d W.E. Bill Foster (Elizabethtown 954) 978-d, 79, 8-RR... 6 Mike Krzyzewski (Army 969) 984, 85, 86-d, 87, 88-Td, 89-Td, 9-d, 9-CH, 9-CH, 9, 94-d, 96, 97, 98-RR, 99-d,, -CH,,, 4-Td, 5, 6, 7, Harold Bradley (Hartwick 94) Vic Bubas (North Carolina St. 95) TOTAL DUQUESNE Charles Chick Davies (Duquesne 94) 95-RR... John Red Manning (Duquesne 95) 969, 7... John Cinicola (Duquesne 955) Td... Donald Dudey Moore (Duquesne 94) TOTAL EAST CAROLINA Tom Quinn (Marshall 954) Eddie Payne (Wake Forest 97) TOTAL EAST TENN. ST. J. Madison Brooks (Louisiana Tech 97) Les Robinson (North Carolina St. 964) 989, 9... Alan LeForce (Cumberland 957) 99, 9... Ed DeChellis (Penn St. 98)... Murry Bartow (UAB 985) 4... TOTAL 7 8 EASTERN ILL. Rick Samuels (Chadron St. 97) 99,... TOTAL EASTERN KY. Paul McBrayer (Kentucky 9) 95, Jim Baechtold (Eastern Ky. 95) Guy Strong (Eastern Ky. 955) Ed Byhre [Augustana (S.D.) 966] Travis Ford (Kentucky 994) 5... Jeff Neubauer (La Salle 99) 7... TOTAL 7 7 EASTERN MICH. Ben Braun (Wisconsin 975) 988, 9, 96.. Milton Barnes (Albion 979) TOTAL 4 4 EASTERN WASH. Ray Giacoletti (Minot St. 984) 4... TOTAL EVANSVILLE Dick Walters (Illinois St. 969) Jim Crews (Indiana 976) 989, 9, 9, TOTAL 5 5 FAIRFIELD Mitch Buonaguro (Boston College 975) 986, Paul Cormier (New Hampshire 97) TOTAL FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON Tom Green (Syracuse 97) 985, 88, 98, TOTAL 4 4 FLORIDA* Norm Sloan (North Carolina St. 95) 987*, 88*, Lon Kruger (Kansas St. 974) 994-Td,

37 Team-By-Team Won-Lost Records By Coach 85 Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR Billy Donovan (Providence 987) 999, -d,,,, 4, 5, 6-CH, 7-CH TOTAL 4 9 FLORIDA A&M Mickey Clayton (Florida A&M 975) Mike Gillespie (DePaul 974) 4, 7... TOTAL FLA. ATLANTIC Sydney Green (UNLV 98),... TOTAL FLORIDA INT L Bob Weltlich (Ohio St. 967) TOTAL FLORIDA ST. Hugh Durham (Florida St. 959) 968, 7-d, Joe Williams (SMU956) Pat Kennedy [King s (Pa.) 976] 988, 89, 9, 9, 9-RR Steve Robinson (Radford 98) TOTAL FORDHAM John Bach (Fordham 948) 95, Richard Digger Phelps (Rider 96) Nick Macarchuk (Fairfield 96) TOTAL 4 4 FRESNO ST.* Boyd Grant (Colorado St. 96) 98, 8, Jerry Tarkanian (Fresno St. 956) *,... TOTAL 5 5 FURMAN Joe Williams (SMU 956) 97, 7, 74, 75, Eddie Holbrook (Lenoir-Rhyne 96) TOTAL 6 7 GEORGE MASON Ernie Nestor (Alderson-Broaddus 968) Jim Larranaga (Providence 97) 999,, 6-Td, TOTAL GEORGE WASHINGTON Bill Reinhart (Oregon 9) 954, 6... Mike Jarvis (Northeastern 968) 99, 94, 96, Tom Penders (Connecticut 967) Karl Hobbs (Connecticut 985) 5, 6, 7... TOTAL 4 GEORGETOWN Elmer Ripley (No college) 94-d... John Thompson (Providence 964) 975, 76, 79, 8-RR, 8, 8-d, 8, 84-CH, 85-d, 86, 87-RR, 88, 89-RR, 9, 9, 9, 94, 95, 96-RR, Craig Esherick (Georgetown 978)... John Thompson III (Princeton 988) 6, 7-Td, TOTAL GEORGIA* Hugh Durham (Florida St. 959) 98- Td, 85*, 87, 9, Tubby Smith (High Point 97) 996, Jim Harrick [Charleston (W.V.) 96], *... Dennis Felton (Howard 985) 8... TOTAL 7 GA. SOUTHERN Frank Kerns (Alabama 957) 98, 87, 9.. TOTAL GEORGIA ST. Bob Reinhart (Indiana 96) Charles Lefty Driesell (Duke 954).. TOTAL Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR GEORGIA TECH John Whack Hyder (Georgia Tech 97) 985-RR, 86, 87, 88, 89, 9-Td, 9, 9, 9, Paul Hewitt (St. John Fisher 985), 4-d, 5, RR... Bobby Cremins (South Carolina 97) TOTAL 5 5 GONZAGA Mark Few (Oregon 987),,,, 4, 5, 6, 7, Dan Fitzgerald (Cal St. L.A. 965) Dan Monson (Idaho 985) 999-RR... TOTAL GREEN BAY Dick Bennett (Ripon 965) 99, 94, Mike Heideman (Wis.-La Crosse 97) TOTAL 4 4 HAMPTON Steve Merfeld (Wis.-La Crosse 984),... Bobby Collins (Eastern Ky. 99) 6... TOTAL HARDIN-SIMMONS Bill Scott (Hardin-Simmons 947) 95, TOTAL HARVARD Floyd Stahl (Illinois 96) 946-RR... TOTAL HAWAII Ephraim Red Rocha (Oregon St. 95) Riley Wallace [Centenary (La.) 964] 994,,... TOTAL 4 4 HOFSTRA Roger Gaeckler (Gettysburg 965) 976, Jay Wright (Bucknell 98),... TOTAL 4 4 HOLY CROSS Alvin Doggie Julian (Bucknell 9) 947-CH, 48-d... 5 Lester Buster Sheary (Catholic 9) 95-RR, 5-RR... Roy Leenig [Trinity (Conn.) 94] George Blaney (Holy Cross 96) 977, 8, 9... Ralph Willard (Holy Cross 967),,, TOTAL 7 HOUSTON 66, 67-d, 68-4th, 7, 7, 7, 7, 78, 8, 8-Td, 8-d, 84-d Pat Foster (Arkansas 96) 987, 9, 9... Alden Pasche (Rice 9) Guy Lewis (Houston 947) 96, 65, TOTAL 8 6 HOUSTON BAPTIST Gene Iba (Tulsa 96) TOTAL HOWARD A.B. Williamson (N.C. A&T 968) Alfred Butch Beard (Louisville 97) TOTAL IDAHO 989, 9... Don Monson (Idaho 955) 98, 8... Kermit Davis Jr. (Mississippi St. 98) TOTAL 4 4 IDAHO ST. 957, 58, John Evans (Idaho 948) Jim Killingsworth (Northeastern Okla. St. 948) 974, 77-RR... Steve Belko (Idaho 99) 95, 54, 55, 56.. John Grayson (Oklahoma 98) 4 4 The Tournament

38 86 Team-By-Team Won-Lost Records By Coach Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR Jim Boutin (Lewis & Clark 964) TOTAL 8 ILLINOIS 5-d, 5-d, 6-RR Lou Henson (New Mexico St. 955) 98, 8, 84-RR, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89-Td, 9, 9, 94, Lon Kruger (Kansas St. 974) 997, Bill Self (Oklahoma St. 985) -RR,,... 6 Bruce Weber (Milwaukee 978) 4, 5-d, 6, Doug Mills (Illinois 9) 94-RR... Harry Combes (Illinois 97) 949-d, TOTAL ILLINOIS ST. Bob Donewald (Hanover 964) 98, Kevin Stallings (Purdue 98) 997, , Bob Bender (Duke 98) TOTAL 6 6 ILL.-CHICAGO Jimmy Collins (New Mexico St. 97) 998,, 4... TOTAL INDIANA Branch McCracken (Indiana 9) 94-CH, 5-CH, 54, Lou Watson (Indiana 95) Bob Knight (Ohio St. 96) 97-d, 75-RR, 76-CH, 78, 8, 8-CH, 8, 8, 84-RR, 86, 87-CH, 88, 89, 9, 9, 9-Td, 9-RR, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, Mike Davis (Alabama 98), -d,, Kelvin Sampson (UNC Pembroke 978) 7... Dan Dakich (Indiana 985) 8... TOTAL IUPUI Ron Hunter [Miami (Ohio) 986]... TOTAL INDIANA ST. Bill Hodges (Marian 97) 979-d... 4 Royce Waltman (Slippery Rock 964),... TOTAL 5 IONA* Tim Welsh (SUNY Potsdam 984) Jeff Ruland (Iona 99),, 6... Jim Valvano (Rutgers 967) 979, 8*... Pat Kennedy [King s (Pa.) 976] 984, TOTAL 8 8 IOWA Frank Bucky O Connor (Drake 98) Lute Olson (Augsburg 957) 979, 8-4th, 8, 8, George Raveling (Villanova 96) 985, Tom Davis (Wis.-Platteville 96) 987-RR, 88, 89, 9, 9, 9, 96, 97, Steve Alford (Indiana 987), 5, th, 56-d... Ralph Miller (Kansas 94) TOTAL 7 4 IOWA ST. Louis Menze (Central Mo. 98) 89, 9, Tim Floyd (Louisiana Tech 977) 995, 96, Larry Eustachy (Long Beach St. 979) -RR,... Wayne Morgan (St. Lawrence 97) Td... Johnny Orr (Beloit 949) 985, 86, 88, TOTAL JACKSON ST Andy Stoglin (UTEP 965) 997,... Tevester Anderson (Ark.-Pine Bluff 96) TOTAL Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR JACKSONVILLE Tates Locke (Ohio Wesleyan 959) Bob Wenzel (Rutgers 97) Joe Williams (SMU 956) 97-d... Tom Wasdin (Florida 957) 97, TOTAL JAMES MADISON Lou Campanelli (Montclair St. 96) 98, 8, 8... Charles Lefty Driesell (Duke 954) TOTAL 4 4 KANSAS Forrest C. Phog Allen (Kansas 96) 94-d, 4-RR, 5-CH, 5-d... 4 Dick Harp (Kansas 94) 957-d, 6-RR... 4 Ted Owens (Oklahoma 95) 966-RR, 67, 7-4th, 74-4th, 75, 78, Larry Brown (North Carolina 96) 984, 85, 86-Td, 87, 88-CH Roy Williams (North Carolina 97) 99, 9-d, 9, 9-Td, 94, 95, 96-RR, 97, 98, 99,,, -Td, -d Bill Self (Oklahoma St. 985) 4-RR, 5, 6, 7-RR, 8-CH TOTAL KANSAS ST. Jack Gardner (Southern California 9) 947) 956, 58-4th, 59-RR, 6-RR, 64-4th, Lowell Cotton Fitzsimmons (Midwestern St. 955) Jack Hartman (Oklahoma St. 949) 97-RR, 7-RR, 75-RR, 77, 8, 8-RR, Lon Kruger (Kansas St. 974) 987, 88-RR, 89, Dana Altman (Eastern N.M. 98) Tom Asbury (Wyoming 967) Frank Martin (Florida Int l 99) th, 5-d... Fred Tex Winter (Southern California 4 TOTAL KENT ST. Jim Christian (Rhode Island 988) 6, 8... Gary Waters (Ferris St. 975) 999,... Stan Heath (Eastern Mich. 988) -RR.. TOTAL KENTUCKY* Adolph Rupp (Kansas 9) 94-Td, 45-RR, 48-CH,49-CH, 5-CH, 5-RR, 55, 56-RR, 57-RR, 58-CH, 59,6-RR, 6-RR, 75-d, 77-RR, 78-CH, 8, 8, 8, 8-RR, 84-Td, Eddie Sutton (Oklahoma St. 958) 986-RR, 87, 88*... 5 Rick Pitino (Massachusetts 974) 99-RR, 9-Td, 94, 95-RR 96-CH, 97-d Tubby Smith (High Point 97) 998-CH, 99-RR,,,, -RR, 4, 5-RR, Billy Gillispie (Texas St. 98) , 66-d, 68-RR, 69, 7-RR, 7, 7-RR... 8 Joe B. Hall (Sewanee 95) 97-RR, 4 9 TOTAL LA SALLE Ken Loeffler (Penn St. 94) 954-CH, Paul Westhead (St. Joseph s 96) 975, Dave Lefty Ervin (La Salle 968) 98, 8. Bill Speedy Morris (St. Joseph s 97) 988, 89, 9, d... Jim Harding (Iowa 949) TOTAL LAFAYETTE... George Davidson (Lafayette 95) Fran O Hanlon (Villanova 97) 999, TOTAL 4 LAMAR Mike Deane (SUNY Potsdam 974)... Billy Tubbs (Lamar 958) 979, 8... Pat Foster (Arkansas 96) 98, 8... TOTAL 5 5 5

39 Team-By-Team Won-Lost Records By Coach 87 Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR LEBANON VALLEY George Rinso Marquette (Lebanon Valley 948) TOTAL LEHIGH Tom Schneider (Bucknell 969) Fran McCaffery (Penn 98) Billy Taylor (Notre Dame 995) 4... TOTAL LIBERTY 4... Jeff Meyer (Taylor 976) Randy Dunton [Baptist Bible (Mo.) 984] TOTAL LONG BEACH ST.* Jerry Tarkanian (Fresno St. 956) 97, Seth Greenberg (Fairleigh Dickinson 978) 99, Larry Reynolds (UC Riverside 976) RR*, 7-RR*, 7*... Dwight Jones (Pepperdine 965) TOTAL LONG ISLAND Paul Lizzo (Northwest Mo. St. 96) 98, Ray Haskins (Shaw 97) TOTAL LA.-LAFAYETTE* Beryl Shipley (Delta St. 95) 97*, 7*... Bobby Paschal (Stetson 964) 98, 8... Marty Fletcher (Maryland 97) 99, 94.. Jessie Evans (Eastern Mich. 97), 4*... Robert Lee (Nicholls St. 99) 5*... TOTAL 9 4 LA.-MONROE Mike Vining (La.-Monroe 967) 98, 86, 9, 9, 9, 9, TOTAL 7 7 LSU Harry Rabenhorst (Wake Forest 9) 95-4th, Dale Brown (Minot St. 957) 979, 8-RR, 8-4th, 84, 85, 86-Td, 87-RR, 88, 89, 9, 9, 9, John Brady (Belhaven 976),, 5, 6-Td TOTAL 9 LOUISIANA TECH Andy Russo (Lake Forest 97) 984, Tommy Joe Eagles (Louisiana Tech 97) 987, Jerry Loyd (LeTourneau 976) TOTAL LOUISVILLE Bernard Peck Hickman (Western Ky. 95) 95, 59-4th, 6, 64, John Dromo (John Carroll 99) Denny Crum (UCLA 959) 97-4th, 74, 75-d, 77, 78, 79, 8-CH, 8, 8-Td, 8-Td, 84, 86-CH, 88, 89, 9, 9, 9, 94, 95, 96, 97-RR, 99,... 4 Rick Pitino (Massachusetts 974), 4, 5-Td, 7, 8-RR TOTAL LOYOLA MARYMOUNT* William Donovan (Loyola Marymount 95) Ron Jacobs (Southern California 964) 98*... Paul Westhead (St. Joseph s 96) 988, 89, 9-RR... 4 TOTAL LOYOLA (ILL.) George Ireland (Notre Dame 96) 96-CH, 64, 66, Gene Sullivan (Notre Dame 95) TOTAL LOYOLA (LA.) Jim McCafferty [Loyola (La.) 94] 954, Jim Harding (Iowa 949) TOTAL Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR LOYOLA (MD.) Skip Prosser (Merchant Marine 97) TOTAL MANHATTAN Ken Norton (Long Island 99) 956, Fran Fraschilla (Brooklyn 98) 99, Bobby Gonzalez (Buffalo St. 986), 4... TOTAL 6 7 MARIST Matt Furjanic (Point Park 97) Dave Magarity [St. Francis (Pa.) 974] TOTAL MARQUETTE Jack Nagle (Marquette 94) 955-RR... Eddie Hickey (Creighton 97) 959, 6... Al McGuire [St. John s (N.Y.) 95] 968, 69-RR, 7, 7, 7, 74-d, 75, 76-RR, 77-CH Hank Raymonds (St. Louis 948) 978, 79, 8, 8, Kevin O Neill (McGill 979) 99, Mike Deane (SUNY Potsdam 974) 996, Tom Crean (Central Mich. 989), -Td, 6, 7, TOTAL 6 7 MARSHALL* Jule Rivlin (Marshall 94) Carl Tacy (Davis & Elkins 956) Rick Huckabay (Louisiana Tech 967) 984, 85, 87*... TOTAL 5 5 MARYLAND* H.A. Bud Millikan (Oklahoma St. 94) Charles Lefty Driesell (Duke 954) 97-RR, 75-RR, 8, 8, 8, 84, 85, Bob Wade (Morgan St. 967) 988*... Gary Williams (Maryland 967) 994, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99,, -Td, -CH,, 4, 7... TOTAL 6 UMBC Randy Monroe (Cheyney 987) 8... TOTAL MASSACHUSETTS* Matt Zunic (George Washington 94) John Calipari (Clarion 98) 99, 9, 94, 95-RR, 96-Td* James Flint (St. Joseph s 987) 997, TOTAL 8 8 McNEESE ST. Steve Welch (Southeastern La. 97) Tic Price (Virginia Tech 979)... TOTAL MEMPHIS* Eugene Lambert (Arkansas 99) 955, Bob Vanatta (Central Methodist 945) Gene Bartow (Truman 95) 97-d... Wayne Yates (Memphis 96) Dana Kirk (Marshall 96) 98*, 8*, 84*, 85-Td*, 86* Larry Finch (Memphis 97) 988, 89, 9-RR, 9, 95, John Calipari (Clarion 98), 4, 6-RR, 7-RR, 8-d TOTAL MERCER Bill Bibb (Ky. Wesleyan 957) 98, TOTAL MIAMI (FLA.) Bruce Hale (Santa Clara 94) Leonard Hamilton (Tenn.-Martin 97) 998, 99,, The Tournament

40 88 Team-By-Team Won-Lost Records By Coach Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR Frank Haith (Elon 988) 8... TOTAL MIAMI (OHIO) Bill Rohr (Ohio Wesleyan 94) 95, 55, Dick Shrider (Ohio 948) 958, Tates Locke (Ohio Wesleyan 959) Darrell Hedric [Miami (Ohio) 955] 97, 7, 78, Jerry Peirson [Miami (Ohio) 966] 985, Joby Wright (Indiana 97) Herb Sendek (Carnegie Mellon 985) Charlie Coles [Miami (Ohio) 965] 997, 99, 7... TOTAL MICHIGAN#* Osborne Ozzie Cowles (Carleton 9) 948-RR... Dave Strack (Michigan 946) 964-d, 65-d, 66-RR... 7 Johnny Orr (Beloit 949) 974-RR, 75, 76-d, 77-RR Bill Frieder (Michigan 964) 985, 86, 87, Steve Fisher (Illinois St. 967) 989-CH, 9, 9-d*, 9-d*, 94-RR, 95, 96* Brian Ellerbe (Rutgers 985) 998*... TOTAL MICHIGAN ST. Forrest Forddy Anderson (Stanford 94) 957-4th, 59-RR... George Jud Heathcote (Washington St. 95) 978-RR, 79-CH, 85, 86, 9, 9, 9, 94, Tom Izzo (Northern Mich. 977) 998, 99-Td, -CH, -Td,, -RR, 4, 5-Td, 6, 7, TOTAL 4 MIDDLE TENN. Jimmy Earle (Middle Tenn. 959) 975, 77.. Stan Simpson (Ga. Southern 96) Bruce Stewart (Jacksonville St. 975) 985, 87, TOTAL 6 6 MILWAUKEE Bruce Pearl (Boston College 98), 5... Rob Jeter (Wis.-Platteville 99) 6... TOTAL MINNESOTA* Bill Musselman (Wittenberg 96) 97*... Jim Dutcher (Michigan 955) Clem Haskins (Western Ky. 967) 989, 9-RR, 94*, 95*, 97-Td*, Dan Monson (Idaho 985) 5... TOTAL 9 9 MISSISSIPPI Bob Weltlich (Ohio St. 967) Rob Evans (New Mexico St. 968) 997, Rod Barnes (Mississippi 988) 999,,... TOTAL 6 6 MISSISSIPPI ST. James Babe McCarthy (Mississippi St. 949) Richard Williams (Mississippi St. 967) 99, 95, 96-Td... 6 Rick Stansbury (Campbellsville 98),, 4, 5, TOTAL 9 9 MISSISSIPPI VAL. Lafayette Stribling (Miss. Industrial 957) 986, 9, James Green (Mississippi 98) 8... TOTAL 4 4 MISSOURI#* George Edwards (Missouri 9) 944-RR... Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR Norm Stewart (Missouri 956) 976-RR, 78, 8, 8, 8 8, 86, 87, 88, 89, -RR, , 9, 9, 94-RR*, 95, Quin Snyder (Duke 989),, TOTAL 8 4 MISSOURI ST. Charlie Spoonhour (School of Ozarks 96) 987, 88, 89, 9, 9... Steve Alford (Indiana 987) TOTAL 6 6 MONMOUTH Wayne Szoke (Maryland 96) Dave Calloway (Monmouth 99), 4, 6... TOTAL 4 4 MONTANA George Jud Heathcote (Washington St. Blaine Taylor (Montana 98) 99, Don Holst (Northern Mont. 975)... Larry Krystkowiak (Montana 996) 5, ) Stew Morrill (Gonzaga 974) TOTAL 7 8 MONTANA ST. Mike Durham (Montana St. 979) John Breeden (Montana St. 99) Stu Starner (Minn.-Morris 965) TOTAL MOREHEAD ST. Robert Laughlin (Morehead St. 97) 98, , 57, 6... Wayne Martin (Morehead St. 968) 4 TOTAL MT. ST. MARY S James Phelan (La Salle 95) 995, Milan Brown (Howard 99) 8... TOTAL MURRAY ST. Cal Luther (Valparaiso 95) 964, Steve Newton (Indiana St. 96) 988, 9, 9... Scott Edgar (Pitt.-Johnstown 978) 99, Mark Gottfried (Alabama 987) 997, Tevester Anderson (Ark.-Pine Bluff 96) 999,... Mick Cronin (Cincinnati 997) 4, 6... TOTAL NAVY Ben Carnevale (New York U. 98) Pete Herrmann (Geneseo St. 97) Don DeVoe (Ohio St. 964) 994, 97, RR, 5, 54-RR, 59, 6... Paul Evans (Ithaca 967) 985, 86-RR TOTAL 8 NEBRASKA 99, 9, 9, 94, Moe Iba (Oklahoma St. 96) Danny Nee (St. Marys of the Plains 97) TOTAL 6 6 NEVADA Sonny Allen (Marshall 959) 984, Trent Johnson (Boise St. 98) 4... Mark Fox (Eastern N.M. 99) 5, 6, 7.. TOTAL UNLV Jerry Tarkanian (Fresno St. 956) 975, 76, 77-d, 8, 84, 85, 86, 87-Td, 88, 89-RR, 9-CH, 9-Td... Bill Bayno (Sacred Heart 985) 998,... Lon Kruger (Kansas St. 974) 7, 8... TOTAL 6 5 NEW MEXICO Bob King (Iowa 947) Norm Ellenberger (Butler 955) 974, 78...

41 Team-By-Team Won-Lost Records By Coach 89 Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR Dave Bliss (Cornell 965) 99, 9, 94, 96, 97, 98, Ritchie McKay (Seattle Pacific 987) TOTAL 6 NEW MEXICO ST.* George McCarty (New Mexico St. 95) 959, 6... Ken Hayes (Northeastern St. 956) Neil McCarthy (Sacramento St. 965) 99, 9, 9*, 9*, 94* Lou Henson (New Mexico St. 955) 967, 68, 69, 7-d, 7, 75, Reggie Theus (UNLV ) Presley Askew (Southeastern Okla. 9) TOTAL 7 9 NEW ORLEANS Tic Price (Virginia Tech 979) Benny Dees (Wyoming 958) Tim Floyd (Louisiana Tech 977) 99, 9.. TOTAL 4 4 NEW YORK U. Howard Cann (New York U. 9) 6, RR, 45-d, 46-RR... Lou Rossini (Columbia 948) 96-4th, 4 TOTAL NIAGARA Frank Layden (Niagara 955) Joe Mihalich (La Salle 978) 5, 7... TOTAL 4 NICHOLLS ST. Rickey Broussard (La.-Lafayette 97) 995, TOTAL NORTH CAROLINA Bill Lange (Wittenberg 9) 94-RR... Ben Carnevale (New York U. 98) 946-d... Frank McGuire [St. John s (N.Y.) 96] 957-CH, Dean Smith (Kansas 95) 967-4th, 68-d, 69-4th, 7-d, 75 76, 77-d, 78, 79, 8, 8-d, 8-CH, 8-RR, 84, 85-RR, 86, 87-RR, 88-RR, 89, 9, 9-Td, 9, 9-CH, 94, 95-Td, 96, 97-Td Bill Guthridge (Kansas St. 96) 998- Td, 99, -Td... 8 Matt Doherty (North Carolina 984).. Roy Williams (North Carolina 97) 4, 5-CH, 6, 7-RR, 8-Td TOTAL UNC ASHEVILLE Eddie Biedenback (North Carolina St. 968)... TOTAL UNC GREENSBORO Randy Peele (Va. Wesleyan 98) Fran McCaffery (Penn 98)... TOTAL UNC WILMINGTON Jerry Wainwright (Colorado Col. 968),... Brad Brownell (DePauw 99), 6... TOTAL 4 4 N.C. A&T Don Corbett [Lincoln (Mo.) 965] 98, 8, 84, 85, 86, 87, Jeff Capel (Fayetteville St. 977) Roy Thomas (Baylor 974) TOTAL 9 9 NORTH CAROLINA ST.* Everett Case (Wisconsin 9) 95-d, Norm Sloan (North Carolina St. 95) 97, 74-CH, Jim Valvano (Rutgers 967) 98, 8-CH, 85-RR, 86-RR 87*, 88*, Les Robinson (North Carolina St. 964) RR, 5, 54, Press Maravich (Davis & Elkins 94) Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR Herb Sendek (Carnegie Mellon 985),, 4, 5, TOTAL NORTH TEXAS Jimmy Gales (Alcorn St. 96) Johnny Jones (LSU 985) 7... TOTAL NORTHEASTERN Jim Calhoun (American Int l 966) 98, 8, 84, 85, Karl Fogel (Colby 968) 987, TOTAL 7 7 NORTHERN ARIZ. Ben Howland (Weber St. 98) Mike Adras (UC Santa Barbara 98).. TOTAL NORTHERN ILL. John McDougal (Evansville 95) Jim Molinari (Ill. Wesleyan 977) Brian Hammel (Bentley 975) TOTAL UNI Eldon Miller (Wittenberg 96) Greg McDermott (UNI 988) 4, 5, 6.. TOTAL 4 4 NORTHWESTERN ST. Mike McConathy (Louisiana Tech 977), 6... TOTAL NOTRE DAME John Jordan (Notre Dame 95) 95-RR, 54-RR, 57, 58-RR, 6, Johnny Dee (Notre Dame 946) 965, 69, 7, Richard Digger Phelps (Rider 96) 974,75, 76, 77, 78-4th, 79-RR, 8, 8, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, Mike Brey (George Washington 98),,, 7, TOTAL 9 4 OAKLAND Greg Kampe (Bowling Green 978) 5... TOTAL OHIO James Snyder (Ohio 94) 96, 6, 64-RR, 65, 7, 7, Danny Nee (St. Mary of the Plains 97) 98, Larry Hunter (Ohio 97) Tim O Shea (Boston College 984) 5... TOTAL 4 OHIO ST.* Harold Olsen (Wisconsin 97) 99-d, 95-RR... Fred Taylor (Ohio St. 95) 96-CH, 6-d, 6-d, 68-d, 7-RR Eldon Miller (Wittenberg 96) 98, 8, 8, Gary Williams (Maryland 967) Randy Ayers [Miami (Ohio) 978] 99, 9, 9-RR... 6 Jim O Brien (Boston College 97) 999- Td*, *, *, * Thad Matta (Butler 99) 6, 7-d Td, 45-Td, 46-d... William Tippy Dye (Ohio St. 97) TOTAL OKLAHOMA Bruce Drake (Oklahoma 99) 99-Td, Billy Tubbs (Lamar 958) 98, 84, 85-RR, 86, 87, 88-d, 89, 9, Kelvin Sampson (UNC Pembroke 978) 995, 96, 97, 98, 99,,, -Td, -RR, 5, 6... Jeff Capel III (Duke 997) RR, 47-d... Dave Bliss (Cornell 965) TOTAL 5 5 OKLAHOMA CITY Doyle Parrack (Oklahoma St. 945) 95, 5, 54, The Tournament

42 9 Team-By-Team Won-Lost Records By Coach Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR A.E. Abe Lemons (Oklahoma City 949) 956-RR, 57-RR, 6, 64, 65, 66, TOTAL 8 OKLAHOMA ST. Hank Iba [Westminster (Mo.) 98] 945-CH, 46-CH, 49-d, 5-4th, 5-RR, 54-RR, 58-RR, 65-RR Paul Hansen (Oklahoma City 95) Eddie Sutton (Oklahoma St. 958) 99, 9, 9, 94, 95-Td, 98, 99, -RR,,,, 4-Td, 5... TOTAL 7 5 OLD DOMINION Paul Webb (William & Mary 95) 98, 8, Tom Young (Maryland 958) Oliver Purnell (Old Dominion 975) 99.. Jeff Capel (Fayetteville St. 977) 995, Blaine Taylor (Montana 98) 5, 7... TOTAL 9 9 ORAL ROBERTS Ken Trickey (Middle Tenn. 954) 974-RR... Dick Acres (UC Santa Barbara) Scott Sutton (Oklahoma St. 994) 6, 7, 8... TOTAL 5 5 OREGON Howard Hobson (Oregon 96) 99-CH.. John Warren (Oregon 98) 945-RR... Steve Belko (Idaho 99) 96-RR, 6... Jerry Green (Appalachian St. 968) Ernie Kent (Oregon 977), -RR,, 7-RR, TOTAL 9 4 OREGON ST.* Amory Slats Gill (Oregon St. 95) 947-RR, 49-4th, 55-RR, 6-RR, 6-4th, Paul Valenti (Oregon St. 94) 966-RR... Ralph Miller (Kansas 94) 975, 8*, 8*, 8-RR*, 84, 85, 88, Jim Anderson (Oregon St. 959) TOTAL PACIFIC Dick Edwards (Culver-Stockton 95) 966, 67-RR, Stan Morrison (California 96) Bob Thomason (Pacific 97) 997, 4, 5, TOTAL PENN Howard Howie Dallmar (Stanford 948) Dick Harter (Penn 95) 97, 7-RR... Chuck Daly (Bloomsburg 95) 97-RR, 7, 74, Bob Weinhauer (Cortland St. 96) 978, 79-4th, 8, Craig Littlepage (Penn 97) Tom Schneider (Bucknell 969) Fran Dunphy (La Salle 97) 99, 94, 95, 99,,,, 5, Glen Miller (Connecticut 986) 7... TOTAL 5 PENN ST. John Lawther [Westminster (Pa.) 99] 94-RR... Elmer Gross (Penn St. 94) 95, 54-d... 4 John Egli (Penn St. 947) 955, Bruce Parkhill (Lock Haven 97) Jerry Dunn (George Mason 98) 996,... TOTAL 8 9 PEPPERDINE Al Duer (Emporia St. 99) 944-RR... R.L. Duck Dowell (Northwest Mo. St. 9) Gary Colson (David Lipscomb 956) 976, Jim Harrick [Charleston (W.V.) 96] 98, 8, 85, Tom Asbury (Wyoming 967) 99, 9, Jan van Breda Kolff (Vanderbilt 974)... Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR Paul Westphal (Southern California 97)... TOTAL 5 4 PITTSBURGH Henry Carlson (Pittsburgh 97) 957, 58, Charles Buzz Ridl [Westminster (Pa.) 94] 974-RR... Roy Chipman (Maine 96) 98, 8, Paul Evans (Ithaca 967) 987, 88, 89, 9, Ben Howland (Weber St. 98),... 4 Jamie Dixon (TCU 987) 4, 5, 6, 7, Td... Bob Timmons (Pittsburgh 9) TOTAL 8 PORTLAND Al Negratti (Seton Hall 94) Rob Chavez (Mesa St. 98) TOTAL PORTLAND ST. Ken Bone (Seattle-Pacific 98) 8... TOTAL PRAIRIE VIEW Elwood Plummer (Jackson St. 966) 998. TOTAL PRINCETON# Franklin Cappon (Michigan 94) 95, 55, J.L. Jake McCandless (Princeton 95) Butch van Breda Kolff (Princeton 947) 96, 64, 65-d, Pete Carril (Lafayette 95) 969, 76, 77, 8, 8, 84, 89, 9, 9, 9, Bill Carmody [Union (N.Y.) 975] 997, John Thompson III (Princeton 989), 4... TOTAL 7 PROVIDENCE Joe Mullaney (Holy Cross 949) 964, 7-4th, 74, 77, Rick Pitino (Massachusetts 974) 987 tie-d... 4 Rick Barnes (Lenior-Rhyne 977) 989, 9, Pete Gillen (Fairfield 968) 997-RR... Tim Welsh (SUNY Potsdam 984), RR, Dave Gavitt (Dartmouth 959) 97, TOTAL PURDUE* George King [Charleston (W.V.) 95] Lee Rose (Transylvania 958) 98-d... 5 Gene Keady (Kansas St. 958) 98, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 9, 9, 9, 94-RR, 95, 96*, 97, 98, 99, -RR, Matt Painter (Purdue 99) 7, d... Fred Schaus (West Virginia 949) TOTAL 9 RADFORD Ron Bradley (Eastern Nazarene 97) TOTAL RHODE ISLAND Ernie Calverley (Rhode Island 946) 96, Jack Kraft (St. Joseph s 94) Tom Penders (Connecticut 967) Al Skinner (Massachusetts 974) 99, Jim Harrick [Charleston (W.V.) 96] 998-RR, TOTAL RICE Byron Buster Brannon (TCU 9) Don Knodel [Miami (Ohio) 95] RR, 4-RR... Don Suman (Rice 944) TOTAL 4 5

43 Team-By-Team Won-Lost Records By Coach 9 Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR RICHMOND Dick Tarrant (Fordham 95) 984, 86, 88, 9, John Beilein (Wheeling Jesuit 975) 998. Jerry Wainwright (Colorado Col. 968) 4... TOTAL RIDER John Carpenter (Penn St. 958) Kevin Bannon (St. Peter s 979) 99, TOTAL ROBERT MORRIS Matt Furjanic (Point Park 97) 98, 8... Jarrett Durham (Duquesne 97) 989, 9, 9... TOTAL 5 5 RUTGERS Tom Young (Maryland 958) 975, 76-4th, 79, Bob Wenzel (Rutgers 97) 989, 9... TOTAL ST. BONAVENTURE Eddie Donovan (St. Bonaventure 95) Larry Weise (St. Bonaventure 958) 968, 7-4th Jim Satalin (St. Bonaventure 969) Jim Baron (St. Bonaventure 977)... TOTAL ST. FRANCIS (PA.) Jim Baron (St. Bonaventure 977) TOTAL ST. JOHN S (N.Y.)* Frank McGuire [St. John s (N.Y.) 96] 95-RR, 5-d... 5 Joe Lapchick (No college) Frank Mulzoff [St. John s (N.Y.) 95] Lou Carnesecca [St. John s (N.Y.) 946] 967, 68, 69, 76, 77, 78, 79-RR, 8, 8, 8, 84, 85-Td, 86, 87, 88, 9, 9-RR, Brian Mahoney (Manhattan 97) Fran Fraschilla (Brooklyn 98) Mike Jarvis (Northeastern 968) 999-RR,, *... 4 TOTAL ST. JOSEPH S* John Jack Ramsay (St. Joseph s 949) 959, 6, 6-d*, 6, 6-RR, 65, John Jack McKinney (St. Joseph s 957) 969, 7, 7, Jim Lynam (St. Joseph s 964) 98-RR... Jim Boyle (St. Joseph s 964) 98, Phil Martelli (Widener 976) 997,,, 4-RR, TOTAL 9 8 ST. LOUIS Eddie Hickey (Creighton 97) 95-RR, Charlie Spoonhour (School of Ozarks 96) 994, 95, Lorenzo Romar (Washington 98)... TOTAL 6 7 ST. MARY S (CAL.) James Weaver (DePaul 947) 959-RR... Lynn Nance (Washington 965) Ernie Kent (Oregon 977) Randy Bennett (UC San Diego 986) 5, 8... TOTAL 5 5 ST. PETER S Ted Fiore (Seton Hall 96) 99, TOTAL SAM HOUSTON ST. Bob Marlin (Mississippi St. 98)... TOTAL SAMFORD Jimmy Tillette (Our Lady of Holy Cross 975) 999,... TOTAL Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR SAN DIEGO Jim Brovelli (San Francisco 964) Hank Egan (Navy 96) Brad Holland (UCLA 979)... Bill Grier (Oregon 99) 8... TOTAL 4 4 SAN DIEGO ST. Tim Vezie (Denver 967) 975, Dave Smokey Gaines (LeMoyne-Owen 96) Steve Fisher (Illinois St. 967), 6... TOTAL 5 5 SAN FRANCISCO Phil Woolpert (Loyola Marymount 94) 955-CH, 56-CH, 57-d, Peter Peletta (Sacramento St. 95) 96, 64-RR, 65-RR... Bob Gaillard (San Francisco 96) 97, 7-RR, 74-RR, 77, Dan Belluomini (San Francisco 964) Peter Barry (San Francisco 97) 98, 8. Phil Mathews (UC Irvine 97) TOTAL SAN JOSE ST. Walter McPherson (San Jose St. 94) Bill Berry (Michigan St. 965) Stan Morrison (California 96) TOTAL SANTA CLARA Bob Feerick (Santa Clara 94) 95-4th, 5-RR, 54-RR, Dick Garibaldi (Santa Clara 957) 968-RR, 69-RR, 7... Carroll Williams (San Jose St. 955) Dick Davey (Pacific 964) 99, 95, TOTAL 4 SEATTLE# Al Brightman [Charleston (W.V.)] 95, 54, 55, John Castellani (Notre Dame 95) 958-d... 4 Vince Cazzetta (Arnold 95) 96, 6... Clair Markey (Seattle 96) Bob Boyd (Southern California 95) Lionel Purcell (UC Santa Barbara 95) Morris Buckwalter (Utah 956) TOTAL SETON HALL P. J. Carlesimo (Fordham 97) 988, 89-d, 9-RR, 9, 9, Tommy Amaker (Duke 987)... Louis Orr (Syracuse 98) 4, 6... TOTAL SIENA Mike Deane (SUNY Potsdam 974) Paul Hewitt (St. John Fisher 985) Rob Lanier (St. Bonaventure 99)... Fran McCaffrey (Penn 98) 8... TOTAL 4 4 SOUTH ALA. Cliff Ellis (Florida St. 968) 979, 8... Ronnie Arrow (Texas St. 969) 989, 9... Bill Musselman (Wittenberg 96) Bob Weltlich (Ohio St. 967) John Pelphrey (Kentucky 99) 6... Ronnie Arrow (Texas St. 969) 8... TOTAL 8 8 SOUTH CAROLINA Frank McGuire [St. John s (N.Y.) 96] 97, 7, 7, George Felton (South Carolina 975) Eddie Fogler (North Carolina 97) 997, Dave Odom (Guilford 965) 4... TOTAL The Tournament

44 9 Team-By-Team Won-Lost Records By Coach Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR SOUTH CAROLINA ST. Cy Alexander (Catawba 975) 989, 96, 98,, TOTAL 5 5 SOUTH FLA. Bobby Paschal (Stetson 964) 99, 9... TOTAL SOUTHEAST MO. ST. Gary Garner (Missouri 965)... TOTAL SOUTHEASTERN LA. Billy Kennedy (Southeastern La. 986) 5... TOTAL SOUTHERN U. Carl Stewart (Grambling 954) Robert Hopkins (Grambling 956) Ben Jobe (Fisk 956) 987, 88, 89, Rob Spivery (Ashland 97) 6... TOTAL 7 7 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Justin Sam Barry (Lawrence ) 94-6, Bob Boyd (Southern California 95) Stan Morrison (California 96) 98, George Raveling (Villanova 96) 99, 9... Henry Bibby (UCLA 97) 997, -RR,... Tim Floyd (Louisiana Tech 977) 7, 8.. Td... Forrest Twogood (Iowa 99) 954-4th, TOTAL 4 6 SOUTHERN ILL Bruce Weber (Milwaukee 978),... Matt Painter (Purdue 994) 4... Chris Lowery (Southern Ill. 995) 5, 6, 7... Paul Lambert (William Jewell 956) Rich Herrin (McKendree 956) 99, 94, TOTAL 6 SMU E.O. Doc Hayes (North Texas 97) John Shumate (Notre Dame 974) , 56-4th, 57, 65, 66, 67-RR... Dave Bliss (Cornell 965) 984, 85, TOTAL SOUTHERN MISS. M.K. Turk (Livingston 964) 99, 9... TOTAL SOUTHERN UTAH Bill Evans (Southern Utah 97)... TOTAL SPRINGFIELD Ed Hickox (Ohio Wesleyan 95) 94-RR. TOTAL STANFORD Everett Dean (Indiana 9) 94-CH... Mike Montgomery (Long Beach St. 968) 989, 9, 95, 96, 97, 98-Td, 99,, -RR,,, Trent Johnson (Boise St. 98) 5, 7, 8... TOTAL 6 5 SYRACUSE Roy Danforth (Southern Miss. 96) 97, 74, 75-4th, Jim Boeheim (Syracuse 966) 977, 78, 79, 8, 8, 84, 85, 86, 87-d, 88, 89-RR, 9, 9, 9, 94, 95, 96-d, 98, 99,,, -CH, 4, 5, Marc Guley (Syracuse 96) 957-RR... Fred Lewis (Eastern Ky. 946) 966-RR... TOTAL 48 TEMPLE 58-d, 64, 67, 7, Josh Cody (Vanderbilt 9) 944-RR... Harry Litwack (Temple 9) 956-d, Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR Don Casey (Temple 97) John Chaney (Bethune-Cookman 955) 984, 85, 86, 87, 88-RR, 9, 9-RR, 9, 9-RR, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99-RR,, -RR Fran Dunphy (La Salle 97) 8... TOTAL TENNESSEE Ramon Ray Mears [Miami (Ohio) 8, 8, 8, Jerry Green (Appalachian St. 968) 998, 99,, Bruce Pearl (Boston College 98) 6, 7, ] 967, 76, Don DeVoe (Ohio St. 964) 979, 8, 4 TOTAL 6 7 TENNESSEE ST. Frankie Allen (Roanoke 97) 99, TOTAL TENNESSEE TECH Johnny Oldham (Western Ky. 948) 958, 6... TOTAL TEXAS H.C. Bully Gilstrap (Texas 9) 94- Td... Jack Gray (Texas 95) 99-RR, 47-d... Harold Bradley (Hartwick 94) 96, 6... Leon Black (Texas 95) 97, A.E. Abe Lemons (Oklahoma City 949) Tom Penders (Connecticut 967) 989, 9-RR, 9, 9, 94, 95, 96, Rick Barnes (Lenior-Rhyne 977) 999,,,, -Td, 4, 5, 6-RR, 7 8-RR... 6 TOTAL TEXAS A&M 95) 964, 69, 75, 8, Billy Gillispie (Texas St. 98) 6, 7... Mark Turgeon (Kansas 987) 8... John Floyd (Oklahoma St. 94) Shelby Metcalf (Tex. A&M-Commerce TOTAL 9 7 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI Ronnie Arrow (Texas St. 969) 7... TOTAL TEXAS-ARLINGTON Scott Cross (Texas-Arlington 998) 8... TOTAL TCU Byron Buster Brannon (TCU 9) 95, 5, Johnny Swaim (TCU 95) 968-RR, 7... Jim Killingsworth (Northeastern Okla. St. 948) Billy Tubbs (Lamar 958) TOTAL UTEP Don Haskins (Oklahoma St. 95) 96, 64, 66-CH, 67, 7, 75, 84, 85, 86, Doc Sadler (Arkansas 98) , 88, 89, 9, Billy Gillispie (Texas St. 98) 4... TOTAL UTSA Ken Burmeister [St. Mary s (Tex.) 97] Tim Carter (Kansas 979) 999, 4... TOTAL TEXAS SOUTHERN Robert Moreland (Tougaloo 96) 99, 94, Ronnie Courtney (McMurry 98)... TOTAL 4 4 TEXAS ST. Jim Wooldridge (Louisiana Tech 977) Mike Miller (Tex. A&M-Commerce 987) TOTAL

45 Team-By-Team Won-Lost Records By Coach 9 Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR TEXAS TECH* Polk Robison (Texas Tech 95) 954, 56, 6... Gene Gibson (Texas Tech 95) Gerald Myers (Texas Tech 959) 97, 76, 85, James Dickey (Central Ark. 976) 99, 96*... Bob Knight (Ohio St. 96), 4, 5, TOTAL TOLEDO Jerry Bush [St. John s (N.Y.) 98] Bob Nichols (Toledo 95) 967, 79, 8... TOTAL 4 4 TOWSON Terry Truax (Maryland 968) 99, 9... TOTAL TRINITY (TEX.) Bob Polk (Evansville 99) TOTAL TROY Don Maestri (Southern Miss. 968)... TOTAL TUFTS Richard Cochran (Tufts 94) 945-RR... TOTAL TULANE Perry Clark (Gettysburg 974) 99, 9, TOTAL TULSA Clarence Iba (Panhandle St. 96) Nolan Richardson (UTEP 965) 98, 84, J.D. Barnett (Winona St. 966) 986, Tubby Smith (High Point 97) 994, Steve Robinson (Radford 98) 996, Bill Self (Oklahoma St. 985) 999, -RR... 4 John Phillips (Oklahoma St. 97),... TOTAL 4 4 UCLA* John Wooden (Purdue 9) 95-RR, 5, 56, 6-4th, 6, 64-CH, 65-CH, 67-CH, 68-CH, 69-CH, 7-CH, 7-CH, 7-CH, 7-CH, 74-d, 75-CH Gene Bartow (Truman 95) 976-d, Gary Cunningham (UCLA 96) 978, 79-RR... Larry Brown (North Carolina 96) 98- d*, Larry Farmer (UCLA 97) Walt Hazzard (UCLA 964) Jim Harrick [Charleston (W.V.) 96] 989, 9, 9, 9-RR, 9, 94, 95-CH, Steve Lavin (Chapman 988) 997-RR, 98, 99*,,, Ben Howland (Weber St. 979) 5, 6-d, 7-Td, 8-Td TOTAL UTAH Vadal Petersen (Utah 9) 944-CH, 45-RR... Jack Gardner (Southern California 9) 955, 56-RR, 59, 6, 6-4th, 66-4th Jerry Pimm (Southern California 96) 977, 78, 79, 8, Lynn Archibald (Fresno St. 968) Rick Majerus (Marquette 97) 99, 9, 95, 96, 97-RR, 98-d, 99,,,... 7 Kerry Rupp (Southern Utah 977) 4... Ray Giacoletti (Minot St. 985) 5... TOTAL UTAH ST. E.L. Dick Romney (Utah 97) 99-RR... Ladell Andersen (Utah St. 95) 96, 6, 64, 7-RR, Gordon Dutch Belnap (Utah St. 958) 975, Rod Tueller (Utah St. 959) 98, 8, Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR Larry Eustachy (Long Beach St. 979), 5, Stew Morrill (Gonzaga 974),, TOTAL VALPARAISO Homer Drew (William Jewell 966) 996, 97, 98, 99,,, TOTAL 7 7 VANDERBILT Roy Skinner (Presbyterian 95) 965-RR, C.M. Newton (Kentucky 95) 988, Eddie Fogler (North Carolina 97) 99, 9... Jan van Breda Kolff (Vanderbilt 974) Kevin Stallings (Purdue 98) 4, 7, TOTAL 9 VERMONT Tom Brennan (Georgia 97), 4, 5... TOTAL VILLANOVA* Alex Severance (Villanova 99) 99- Td, 49-RR, 5, Jack Kraft (St. Joseph s 94) 96-RR, 64, 69, 7-RR, 7-d*, Rollie Massimino (Vermont 956) 978-RR, 8, 8, 8-RR, 8-RR, 84, 85-CH, 86, 88-RR, 9, Steve Lappas (CCNY 977) 995, 96, 97, Jay Wright (Bucknell 98) 5, 6-RR, 7, TOTAL VIRGINIA Terry Holland (Davidson 964) 976, 8-d, 8, 8-RR, 84-Td, 86, 87, 95-RR, Pete Gillen (Fairfield 968)... Dave Leitao (Northeastern 98) RR, 9... Jeff Jones (Virginia 98) 99, 9, 94, TOTAL 6 6 VCU J.D. Barnett (Winona St. 966) 98, Jeff Capel III (Duke 997) 4... Anthony Grant (Dayton 98) , 8, 84, Sonny Smith (Milligan 958) TOTAL VMI Louis Weenie Miller (Richmond 947) Charlie Schmaus (VMI 966) Bill Blair (VMI 964) 976-RR... TOTAL VIRGINIA TECH Howard Shannon (Kansas St. 948) Charles Moir (Appalachian St. 95) 979, 8, 85, Bill C. Foster (Carson-Newman 958) Seth Greenberg (Fairleigh Dickinson 978) RR... Don DeVoe (Ohio St. 964) TOTAL WAGNER Derek Whittenburg (North Carolina St. 984)... TOTAL WAKE FOREST Murray Greason (Wake Forest 96) 99-RR, 5... Horace Bones McKinney (North Carolina 946) 96-RR, 6-d... 6 Carl Tacy (Davis & Elkins 956) 977-RR, 8, 8, 84-RR Dave Odom (Guilford 965) 99, 9, 9, 94, 95, 96-RR, 97, The Tournament

46 94 Team-By-Team Won-Lost Records By Coach Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR Skip Prosser (Merchant Marine 97),, 4, TOTAL 7 5 WASHINGTON Clarence Hec Edmundson (Idaho 99) 948-RR... William Tippy Dye (Ohio St. 97) 95-RR, 5-d... 5 Marv Harshman (Pacific Lutheran 94) 976, 84, Andy Russo (Lake Forest 97) Bob Bender (Duke 98) 998, Lorenzo Romar (Washington 98) 4, 5, RR... Art McLarney (Washington St. 9) TOTAL 4 4 WASHINGTON ST Kelvin Sampson (UNC Pembroke 978) Tony Bennett (Green Bay 99) 7, 8... Jack Friel (Washington St. 9) 94-d.. George Raveling (Villanova 96) 98, TOTAL WAYNE ST. (MICH.) Joel Mason (Western Mich. 96) TOTAL WEBER ST. Dick Motta (Utah St. 95) Phil Johnson (Utah St. 95) 969, 7, 7.. Gene Visscher (Weber St. 966) 97, 7... Neil McCarthy (Sacramento St. 965) 978, 79, 8, Ron Abegglen (BYU 96) 995, Joe Cravens (Texas-Arlington 977).. Randy Rahe (Buena Vista 98) 7... TOTAL WEST TEXAS A&M W.A. Gus Miller (West Texas A&M 97) TOTAL WEST VIRGINIA Fred Schaus (West Virginia 949) 955, 56, 57, 58, 59-d, George King [Charleston (W.V.) 95] 96, 6, Raymond Bucky Waters (North Carolina St. 957) Gale Catlett (West Virginia 96) 98, 8, 84, 86, 87, 89, 9, John Beilein (Wheeling Jesuit 975) 5-RR, Bob Huggins (West Virginia 977) 8... TOTAL WESTERN CARO. Phil Hopkins (Gardner-Webb 97) TOTAL WESTERN KY.* Ed Diddle (Centre 9) 94-RR, 6, Johnny Oldham (Western Ky. 948) 966, 67, 7, 7-d* Jim Richards (Western Ky. 959) 976, 78.. Gene Keady (Kansas St. 958) Clem Haskins (Western Ky. 967) 98, Murray Arnold (American 96) Ralph Willard (Holy Cross 967) 99, Matt Kilcullen (Lehman 976) Dennis Felton (Howard 985),,... Darrin Horn (Western Ky. 995) 8... TOTAL 7 WESTERN MICH. Steve Hawkins (South Ala. 987) 4... Eldon Miller (Wittenberg 96) Bob Donewald (Hanover 964) TOTAL WICHITA ST th... Harry Miller (Eastern N.M. 95) Ralph Miller (Kansas 94) 964-RR... Gary Thompson (Wichita St. 954) Yrs. W L CH D d% 4th RR Gene Smithson (North Central 96) 987, Mark Turgeon (Kansas 987) RR, Eddie Fogler (North Carolina 97) TOTAL WILLIAMS Alex Shaw (Michigan 9) TOTAL WINTHROP Gregg Marshall (Randolph-Macon 985) 999,,,, 5, 6, 7... Randy Peele (Va. Wesleyan 98) TOTAL 8 8 WISCONSIN Harold Bud Foster (Wisconsin 9) 94-CH, 47-RR... 4 Stu Jackson (Seattle 978) Dick Bennett (Ripon 965) 997, 99, -Td... 4 Brad Soderberg (Wis.-Stevens Point 985)... Bo Ryan (Wilkes 969),, 4, 5-RR, 6, 7, TOTAL 4 9 WRIGHT ST. Ralph Underhill (Tennessee Tech 964) Brad Brownell (DePauw 99) 7... TOTAL WYOMING Everett Shelton (Phillips 9) 94-RR, 4-CH, 47-RR, 48-RR, 49-RR, 5-RR, 5, Bill Strannigan (Wyoming 94) Jim Brandenburg (Colorado St. 958) 98, 8, Benny Dees (Wyoming 958) Steve McClain (Chadron St. 984)... TOTAL XAVIER Pete Gillen (Fairfield 968) 986, 87, 88, 89, 9, 9, Skip Prosser (Merchant Marine 97) 995, 97, 98, Thad Matta (Butler 99),, 4-RR.. 5 Sean Miller (Pittsburgh 99) 6, 7 8-RR... 4 Jim McCafferty [Loyola (La.) 94] Bob Staak (Connecticut 97) TOTAL YALE Howard Hobson (Oregon 96) 949RR... Joe Vancisin (Dartmouth 944) 957, 6... TOTAL 4 National rd-place games did not start until 946 and ended in 98; in other years, two teams tied for third and both are listed in this column. RR-Regional runner-up, or one victory from Final Four, thus in the top eight. # NOTES ON TEAMS AND COACHES: MICHIGAN: Steve Fisher coached Michigan in the 989 tournament; Bill Freider was the coach during the regular season. MISSOURI: Rich Daly coached Missouri in the 989 tournament due to Norm Stewart s illness; Missouri credits the entire 989 season to Stewart. PRINCETON: J.L. McCandless coached Princeton in the 96 tournament; Franklin Cappon suffered a heart attack games into the season; Princeton credits the96 regular season to Cappon and the postseason to McCandless. SEATTLE: Clair Markey coached Seattle in the 96 tournament due to Vince Cazetta s resignation.

47 TEAMS VACATING NCAA TOURNAMENT ACTION 95 * TEAMS VACATING NCAA TOURNAMENT ACTION Teams years Record Placing Conference Alabama Southeastern Arizona Pacific- Arizona St Pacific- Austin Peay ohio Valley California Pacific- Clemson Atlantic Coast Connecticut Big East DePaul Independent Florida Southeastern Fresno St... - Western Athletic Georgia , - Southeastern Iona Independent Kentucky Southeastern Long Beach St RR Pacific Coast La.-Lafayette , Southland/Sun Belt Loyola Marymount West Coast Marshall Southern Maryland Atlantic Coast Massachusetts d Atlantic Memphis d Metro Michigan , 96, d Big Ten Minnesota...97, 94-95, d Big Ten Missouri RR Big Eight New Mexico St Big West North Carolina St Atlantic Coast Ohio St d Big Ten Oregon St RR Pacific- Purdue Big Ten St. John s (N.Y.)... - Big East St. Joseph s d Middle Atlantic Texas Tech Southwest UCLA...98, d Pacific- Villanova d Independent Western Ky d Ohio Valley 4 schools...6 years d, 6 d, 4 RR Official NCAA Records Yrs Won Lost CH d d 4th RR Alabama Arizona Arizona St.... Austin Peay California... 8 Clemson Connecticut DePaul Florida... 6 Fresno St Georgia Iona Kentucky Long Beach St La.-Lafayette Loyola Marymount Marshall Maryland... 5 Massachusetts Memphis Michigan Minnesota Missouri... 5 New Mexico St North Carolina St Ohio St Oregon St Purdue... 8 St. John s (N.Y.) St. Joseph s Texas Tech UCLA Villanova Western Ky The Tournament

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