Ncaa basketball champions list

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NCAA College Basketball Championship Winners



YearWinner (Seed)Runner-Up (Seed) ScoreMOPOther Final Four TeamsFinal Four LocationMore Info
Virginia (1)Texas Tech (3) (OT)Kyle Guy, VirginiaAuburn (5), Michigan State (2)U.S. Bank Stadium Minneapolis, Minnesota

MOP: Kyle Guy, Virginia
Other Final Four Teams: Auburn (5), Michigan State (2)
Final Four Location: U.S. Bank Stadium Minneapolis, Minnesota

Villanova (1)Michigan (3)74–54Donte DiVincenzo, NovaKansas (1), Loyola-Chicago (11)Alamadome, San Antonio, TX

MOP: Donte DiVincenzo, Nova
Other Final Four Teams: Kansas (1), Loyola-Chicago (11)
Final Four Location: Alamadome, San Antonio, TX

North Carolina (1)Gonzaga (1)Joel Berry II, NCSouth Carolina (7), Oregon (3)University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZ

MOP: Joel Berry II, NC
Other Final Four Teams: South Carolina (7), Oregon (3)
Final Four Location: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZ

Villanova (2)North Carolina (1)Ryan Arcidiacono, VillanovaOklahoma (2), Syracuse (10)NRG Stadium, Houston, TX

MOP: Ryan Arcidiacono, Villanova
Other Final Four Teams: Oklahoma (2), Syracuse (10)
Final Four Location: NRG Stadium, Houston, TX

Duke (1)Wisconsin (1)Tyus Jones, DukeKentucky (1), Michigan State (7)Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana

MOP:Tyus Jones, Duke
Other Final Four Teams:Kentucky (1), Michigan State (7)
Final Four Location:Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana

Connecticut (7)Kentucky (8)Shabazz Napier, UConnFlorida (1), Wisconsin (2)AT&T Stadium Arlington, Texas

MOP:Shabazz Napier, UConn
Other Final Four Teams:Florida (1), Wisconsin (2)
Final Four Location:AT&T Stadium Arlington, Texas

Louisville (1) Michigan (4) Luke Hancock, Louisville Syracuse (4), Wichita State (9)Georgia Dome. Atlanta, Georgia

MOP:Luke Hancock, Louisville
Other Final Four Teams:Syracuse (4), Wichita State (9)
Final Four Location:Georgia Dome. Atlanta, Georgia

Kentucky (1) Kansas (2) Anthony Davis, Kentucky Ohio State (2), Louisville (4) Louisiana Superdome. New Orleans, Louisiana

MOP:Anthony Davis, Kentucky
Other Final Four Teams:Ohio State (2), Louisville (4)
Final Four Location:Louisiana Superdome. New Orleans, Louisiana

Connecticut (3)Butler (8)Kemba Walker, UConn Kentucky (4), VCU (11)Reliant Stadium. Houston, Texas

MOP:Kemba Walker, UConn
Other Final Four Teams:Kentucky (4), VCU (11)
Final Four Location:Reliant Stadium. Houston, Texas

Duke (1) Butler (5)Kyle Singler, DukeWest Virginia (2), Michigan State (5)Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana

MOP:Kyle Singler, Duke
Other Final Four Teams:West Virginia (2), Michigan State (5)
Final Four Location:Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana

North Carolina (1) Michigan State (2) Wayne Ellington, NC Connecticut (1), Villanova (3) Ford field, Detroit Michigan

MOP:Wayne Ellington, NC
Other Final Four Teams:Connecticut (1), Villanova (3)
Final Four Location:Ford field, Detroit Michigan

Kansas (1) Memphis (1) (OT) Mario Chalmers, Kansas North Carolina (1), UCLA (1)Alamadome, San Antonio

MOP:Mario Chalmers, Kansas
Other Final Four Teams:North Carolina (1), UCLA (1)
Final Four Location:Alamadome, San Antonio

Florida (1) Ohio State (1)Corey Brewer, FloridaUCLA (2), Georgetown (2)Georgia Dome, Atlanta

MOP:Corey Brewer, Florida
Other Final Four Teams:UCLA (2), Georgetown (2)
Final Four Location:Georgia Dome, Atlanta

Florida (3) UCLA (1) Joakim Noah, Florida LSU (4), George Mason (11) RCA Dome, Indianapolis

MOP:
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Final Four Location:

North Carolina (1) Illinois (1)Sean May, NCLouisville (4), Michigan State (5)St. Louis, Mo

MOP:Sean May, NC
Other Final Four Teams:Louisville (4), Michigan State (5)
Final Four Location:St. Louis, Mo

Connecticut (2)Georgia Tech (3) Emeka Okafor, UConn Oklahoma State (2), Duke (1)Alamadome, San Antonio

MOP:Emeka Okafor, UConn
Other Final Four Teams:Oklahoma State (2), Duke (1)
Final Four Location:Alamadome, San Antonio

Syracuse (3)Kansas (2) Carmelo Anthony, Syr Texas (1), Marquette (3) Superdome, New Orleans

MOP:Carmelo Anthony, Syr
Other Final Four Teams:Texas (1), Marquette (3)
Final Four Location:Superdome, New Orleans

Maryland (1)Indiana (5) Juan Dixon, Maryland Kansas (1), Oklahoma (2) Georgia Dome, Atlanta

MOP:Juan Dixon, Maryland
Other Final Four Teams:Kansas (1), Oklahoma (2)
Final Four Location:Georgia Dome, Atlanta

Duke (1) Arizona (2) Shane Battier, Duke Maryland (3), Michigan State (1) Metrodome, Minneapolis

MOP:Shane Battier, Duke
Other Final Four Teams:Maryland (3), Michigan State (1)
Final Four Location:Metrodome, Minneapolis

Michigan State (1) Florida (5)Mateen Cleaves, Mich North Carolina (8), Wisconsin (8) RCA Dome, Indianapolis

MOP:Mateen Cleaves, Mich
Other Final Four Teams:North Carolina (8), Wisconsin (8)
Final Four Location:RCA Dome, Indianapolis

Connecticut (1)Duke (1) Richard Hamilton, UConn Michigan State (1), Ohio State (4)Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla

MOP:Richard Hamilton, UConn
Other Final Four Teams:Michigan State (1), Ohio State (4)
Final Four Location:Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla

Kentucky (2)Utah (3) Jeff Sheppard, Kent North Carolina (1), Stanford (3)Alamadome, San Antonio

MOP:Jeff Sheppard, Kent
Other Final Four Teams:North Carolina (1), Stanford (3)
Final Four Location:Alamadome, San Antonio

Arizona (4) Kentucky (1) (OT) Miles Simon, Arz North Carolina (1), Minnesota (1) RCA Dome, Indianapolis

MOP:Miles Simon, Arz
Other Final Four Teams:North Carolina (1), Minnesota (1)
Final Four Location:RCA Dome, Indianapolis

Kentucky (1)Syracuse (4) Tony Delk, KentMassachusetts (1), Mississippi State (5) East Rutherford, N.J.

MOP:Tony Delk, Kent
Other Final Four Teams:Massachusetts (1), Mississippi State (5)
Final Four Location:East Rutherford, N.J.

UCLA (1) Arkansas (2) Ed O'Bannon, UCLA Oklahoma State (4), North Carolina (2) Kingdome, Seattle

MOP:Ed O'Bannon, UCLA
Other Final Four Teams: Oklahoma State (4), North Carolina (2)
Final Four Location:Kingdome, Seattle

Arkansas (1)Duke (2) Corliss Williamson, Ark Florida (3), Arizona (2) Charlotte N.C. Coliseum

MOP:Corliss Williamson, Ark
Other Final Four Teams:Florida (3), Arizona (2)
Final Four Location:Charlotte N.C. Coliseum

North Carolina (1) Michigan (1) Donald Williams, NC Kansas (2), Kentucky (1) Superdome, New Orleans

MOP:Donald Williams, NC
Other Final Four Teams:Kansas (2), Kentucky (1)
Final Four Location:Superdome, New Orleans

Duke (1) Michigan (6) Bobby Hurley, DukeIndiana (2), Cincinnati (4) Metrodome, Minneapolis

MOP:Bobby Hurley, Duke
Other Final Four Teams:Indiana (2), Cincinnati (4)
Final Four Location:Metrodome, Minneapolis

Duke (2) Kansas (3) Christian Laettner, DukeNorth Carolina (1), UNLV (1)Hoosier Dome, Indianapolis

MOP:Christian Laettner, Duke
Other Final Four Teams:North Carolina (1), UNLV (1)
Final Four Location:Hoosier Dome, Indianapolis

UNLV (1) Duke (3) Anderson Hunt, UNLV Arkansas (4), Georgia Tech (4) McNichols Arena, Denver

MOP:Anderson Hunt, UNLV
Other Final Four Teams:Arkansas (4), Georgia Tech (4)
Final Four Location:McNichols Arena, Denver

Michigan (3)Seton Hall (3) (OT)Glen Rice, MichDuke (2), Illinois (1)Kingdome, Seattle

MOP:Glen Rice, Mich
Other Final Four Teams:Duke (2), Illinois (1)
Final Four Location:Kingdome, Seattle

Kansas (6) Oklahoma (1) Danny Manning, KanDuke (2), Arizona (1)Kansas City, Mo

MOP:Danny Manning, Kan
Other Final Four Teams:Duke (2), Arizona (1)
Final Four Location:Kansas City, Mo

Indiana (1) Syracuse (2) Keith Smart, Ind Providence (6), UNLV (1) Superdome, New Orleans

MOP:Keith Smart, Ind
Other Final Four Teams:Providence (6), UNLV (1)
Final Four Location:Superdome, New Orleans

Louisville (2) Duke (1) Pervis Ellison, Louisv Kansas (1), LSU (11)Reunion Arena, Dallas

MOP:Pervis Ellison, Louisv
Other Final Four Teams:Kansas (1), LSU (11)
Final Four Location:Reunion Arena, Dallas

Villanova (8) Georgetown (1) Ed Pinckney, Nova St John's (1), Memphis State (2)Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky

MOP:Ed Pinckney, Nova
Other Final Four Teams:St John's (1), Memphis State (2)
Final Four Location:Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky

Georgetown (1) Houston (2)Patrick Ewing, Gtown Virginia (7), Kentucky (1)Kingdome, Seattle

MOP:Patrick Ewing, Gtown
Other Final Four Teams:Virginia (7), Kentucky (1)
Final Four Location:Kingdome, Seattle

NC State (6)Houston (1) Akeem Olajuwon, Houston Georgia (4), Louisville (1) The Pit, Albuquerque

MOP:Akeem Olajuwon, Houston
Other Final Four Teams:Georgia (4), Louisville (1)
Final Four Location:The Pit, Albuquerque

North Carolina (1)Georgetown (1) James Worthy, NC Houston (6), Louisville (3) Superdome, New Orleans

MOP:James Worthy, NC
Other Final Four Teams:Houston (6), Louisville (3)
Final Four Location:Superdome, New Orleans

Indiana (3) North Carolina (2) Isiah Thomas, Ind3rd: Virginia (1), 4th: LSU (1)The Spectrum, Philadelphia

MOP:Isiah Thomas, Ind
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: Virginia (1), 4th: LSU (1)
Final Four Location:The Spectrum, Philadelphia

Louisville (2) UCLA (8) Darrell Griffith, Louisv3rd: Purdue (6), 4th: Iowa (5)Market Square Arena, Indianapolis

MOP:Darrell Griffith, Louisv
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: Purdue (6), 4th: Iowa (5)
Final Four Location:Market Square Arena, Indianapolis

Michigan St. (2)Indiana St. (1) Earvin Johnson, Mich 3rd: DePaul (2), 4th: Penn (9) Special Events Center, Salt Lake City

MOP:
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Final Four Location:

Kentucky DukeJack Givens, Kent3rd: Arkansas, 4th: Notre Dame Checkerdome, St. Louis

MOP:Jack Givens, Kent
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: Arkansas, 4th: Notre Dame
Final Four Location:Checkerdome, St. Louis

MarquetteNorth CarolinaButch Lee, Marq3rd: UNLV, 4th: CharlotteThe Omni, Atlanta

MOP:Butch Lee, Marq
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: UNLV, 4th: Charlotte
Final Four Location:The Omni, Atlanta

Indiana Michigan Kent Benson, Ind3rd: UCLA, 4th: RutgersThe Spectrum, Philadelphia

MOP:Kent Benson, Ind
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: UCLA, 4th: Rutgers
Final Four Location:The Spectrum, Philadelphia

UCLAKentucky Richard Washington, UCLA3rd: Louisville, 4th: Syracuse San Diego Sports Arena

MOP:Richard Washington, UCLA
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: Louisville, 4th: Syracuse
Final Four Location:San Diego Sports Arena

NC State Marquette David Thompson, NC3rd: UCLA, 4th: KansasGreensboro N.C. Coliseum

MOP:David Thompson, NC
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: UCLA, 4th: Kansas
Final Four Location:Greensboro N.C. Coliseum

UCLA MemphisBill Walton, UCLA 3rd: Indiana, 4th: Providence St. Louis Arena

MOP:Bill Walton, UCLA
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: Indiana, 4th: Providence
Final Four Location:St. Louis Arena

UCLA Florida St. Bill Walton, UCLA 3rd: North Carolina, 4th: Louisville Los Angeles Sports Arena

MOP:Bill Walton, UCLA
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: North Carolina, 4th: Louisville
Final Four Location:Los Angeles Sports Arena

UCLA Villanova Howard Porter, Nova 3rd: Western Kentucky, 4th: KansasHouston Astrodome

MOP:Howard Porter, Nova
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: Western Kentucky, 4th: Kansas
Final Four Location:Houston Astrodome

UCLA Jacksonville Sidney Wicks, UCLA3rd: New Mexico State, 4th: St. BonaventureCollege Park, Md

MOP:Sidney Wicks, UCLA
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: New Mexico State, 4th: St. Bonaventure
Final Four Location:College Park, Md

UCLA Purdue Lew Alcindor, UCLA3rd: Drake, 4th: North CarolinaFreedom Hall, Louisville, Ky

MOP:Lew Alcindor, UCLA
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: Drake, 4th: North Carolina
Final Four Location:Freedom Hall, Louisville, Ky

UCLA North CarolinaLew Alcindor, UCLA3rd: Ohio State, 4th: Houston Los Angeles Sports Arena

MOP:Lew Alcindor, UCLA
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: Ohio State, 4th: Houston
Final Four Location:Los Angeles Sports Arena

UCLA Dayton Lew Alcindor, UCLA3rd: Houston, 4th: North Carolina Freedom Hall, Louisville, Ky

MOP:Lew Alcindor, UCLA
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: Houston, 4th: North Carolina
Final Four Location:Freedom Hall, Louisville, Ky

UTEPKentucky Jerry Chambers, Utah 3rd: Duke, 4th: Utah College Park, Md

MOP:Jerry Chambers, Utah
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: Duke, 4th: Utah
Final Four Location:College Park, Md

UCLA Michigan Bill Bradley, Princeton 3rd: Princeton, 4th: Wichita StateMemorial Coliseum, Portland, Ore

MOP:Bill Bradley, Princeton
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: Princeton, 4th: Wichita State
Final Four Location:Memorial Coliseum, Portland, Ore

UCLA DukeWalt Hazzard, UCLA3rd: Michigan, 4th: Kansas StateKansas City, Mo

MOP:Walt Hazzard, UCLA
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: Michigan, 4th: Kansas State
Final Four Location:Kansas City, Mo

LoyolaCincinnati (OT) Art Heyman, Duke 3rd: Duke, 4th: Oregon StateFreedom Hall, Louisville, Ky

MOP:Art Heyman, Duke
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: Duke, 4th: Oregon State
Final Four Location:Freedom Hall, Louisville, Ky

Cincinnati Ohio St. Paul Hogue, Cinci 3rd: Wake Forest, 4th: UCLAFreedom Hall, Louisville, Ky

MOP:Paul Hogue, Cinci
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: Wake Forest, 4th: UCLA
Final Four Location:Freedom Hall, Louisville, Ky

CincinnatiOhio St. (OT) Jerry Lucas, Ohio St 3rd: St. Joseph's, 4th: UtahKansas City, Mo

MOP:Jerry Lucas, Ohio St
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: St. Joseph's, 4th: Utah
Final Four Location:Kansas City, Mo

Ohio St. CaliforniaJerry Lucas, Ohio St 3rd: Cincinnati, 4th: NYUCow Palace, San Francisco

MOP:Jerry Lucas, Ohio St
Other Final Four Teams:3rd: Cincinnati, 4th: NYU
Final Four Location:Cow Palace, San Francisco

California West VirginiaJerry West, West VirgCincinnati, Louisville Freedom Hall, Louisville, Ky

MOP:Jerry West, West Virg
Other Final Four Teams:Cincinnati, Louisville
Final Four Location:Freedom Hall, Louisville, Ky

Kentucky SeattleElgin Baylor, SeattleKansas State, Temple Freedom Hall, Louisville, Ky

MOP:Elgin Baylor, Seattle
Other Final Four Teams:Cincinnati, Louisville
Final Four Location:Freedom Hall, Louisville, Ky

North Carolina Kansas (3 OT)Wilt Chamberlain, KansasMichigan State, San FranciscoKansas City, Mo

MOP:Wilt Chamberlain, Kansas
Other Final Four Teams:Michigan State, San Francisco
Final Four Location:Kansas City, Mo

San FranciscoIowaHal Lear, TempleSMU, TempleMcGaw Hall, Evanston, Ill

MOP:Hal Lear, Temple
Other Final Four Teams:SMU, Temple
Final Four Location:McGaw Hall, Evanston, Ill

San Francisco La Salle Bill Russell, SFColorado, IowaKansas City, Mo

MOP:Bill Russell, SF
Other Final Four Teams:Colorado, Iowa
Final Four Location:Kansas City, Mo

La Salle BradleyTom Gola, La SallePenn State, USC Kansas City, Mo

MOP:
Other Final Four Teams:Penn State, USC
Final Four Location:

Indiana Kansas B.H. Born, KansasLSU, Washington Kansas City, Mo

MOP:B.H. Born, Kansas
Other Final Four Teams:LSU, Washington
Final Four Location:Kansas City, Mo

KansasSt. John'sClyde Lovellette, KanIllinois, Santa Clara Edmunson Pavilion, Seattle

MOP:Clyde Lovellette, Kan
Other Final Four Teams:Illinois, Santa Clara
Final Four Location:Edmunson Pavilion, Seattle

Kentucky Kansas St.None SelectedIllinois, Oklahoma StateWilliams Arena, Minneapolis

MOP:None Selected
Other Final Four Teams:Illinois, Oklahoma State
Final Four Location:Williams Arena, Minneapolis

CCNY BradleyIrwin Dambrot, CCNYNC State, BaylorMadison Square Garden, New York

MOP:Irwin Dambrot, CCNY
Other Final Four Teams:NC State, Baylor
Final Four Location:Madison Square Garden, New York

Kentucky Oklahoma St. Alex Groza, KentIllinois, Oregon StateEdmunson Pavilion, Seattle

MOP:Alex Groza, Kent
Other Final Four Teams:Illinois, Oregon State
Final Four Location:Edmunson Pavilion, Seattle

Kentucky Baylor Alex Groza, KentHoly Cross, Kansas StateMadison Square Garden, New York

MOP:Alex Groza, Kent
Other Final Four Teams:Holy Cross, Kansas State
Final Four Location:Madison Square Garden, New York

Holy Cross Oklahoma George Kaftan, Holy CrossCCNY, TexasMadison Square Garden, New York

MOP:George Kaftan, Holy Cross
Other Final Four Teams:CCNY, Texas
Final Four Location:Madison Square Garden, New York

Oklahoma StateNorth Carolina Bob Kurland, OklaOhio State, California Madison Square Garden, New York

MOP:Bob Kurland, Okla
Other Final Four Teams:Ohio State, California
Final Four Location:Madison Square Garden, New York

Oklahoma StateNYU Bob Kurland, OklaArkansas, Ohio State Madison Square Garden, New York

MOP:Bob Kurland, Okla
Other Final Four Teams:Arkansas, Ohio State
Final Four Location:Madison Square Garden, New York

Utah Dartmouth (OT) Arnie Ferrin, UCLAIowa State, Ohio State Madison Square Garden, New York

MOP:Arnie Ferrin, UCLA
Other Final Four Teams:Iowa State, Ohio State
Final Four Location:Madison Square Garden, New York

Wyoming GeorgetownKenny Sailors, WyomingDePaul, TexasMadison Square Garden, New York

MOP:Kenny Sailors, Wyoming
Other Final Four Teams:DePaul, Texas
Final Four Location:Madison Square Garden, New York

Stanford Dartmouth Howie Dallmar, StanfordKentucky, Colorado Kansas City, Mo

MOP:Howie Dallmar, Stanford
Other Final Four Teams:Kentucky, Colorado
Final Four Location:Kansas City, Mo

WisconsinWashington St. John Kotz, WiscPittsburgh, Arkansas Kansas City, Mo

MOP:John Kotz, Wisc
Other Final Four Teams:Pittsburgh, Arkansas
Final Four Location:Kansas City, Mo

Indiana Kansas Marv Huffman, IndiDuquesne, USC Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, Mo

MOP:Marv Huffman, Indi
Other Final Four Teams:Duquesne, USC
Final Four Location:Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, Mo

OregonOhio St. Jimmy Hull, Ohio StOklahoma, VillanovaPatten Gym, Evanston, Ill

MOP:Jimmy Hull, Ohio St
Other Final Four Teams:Oklahoma, Villanova
Final Four Location:Patten Gym, Evanston, Ill

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NCAA Basketball Tournament History

Michigan Season By Season ResultsSEASONW-LRESULTSDefeated Florida State in regional semifinal,
Lost to UCLA in regional final, Defeated Texas A&M in regional semifinal,
Defeated Florida State in regional final,
Defeated Loyola (IL) in National Semifinal,
Lost to Villanova in National Championship, Defeated Tulsa in opening round,
Lost to Notre Dame in first round, Defeated Wofford in first round,
Defeated Texas in second round,
Lost to Kentucky in regional final, Defeated Virginia Commonwealth in second round,
Defeated Kansas in regional semifinal,
Defeated Syracuse in National Semifinal, Lost to Ohio in first round,
Sours: http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/tournament/history/_/team1/
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NCAA men's basketball champions from to today

The first NCAA men’s basketball tournament was held in and saw Oregon emerge from a field of eight as the inaugural champion.

In the 82 years since the tournament’s inception, 36 different teams have won a championship, but no team has won more than UCLA, which has 11, 10 of which came a span of 12 years from to

Here is the list of every men’s basketball national championship since the NCAA tournament began in

YEARCHAMPION (RECORD)COACHSCORERUNNER-UPSITE
Baylor ()Scott DrewGonzagaIndianapolis, Ind.
Virginia ()Tony Bennett (OT)Texas TechMinneapolis, Minn.
Villanova ()Jay WrightMichiganSan Antonio, Tex.
North Carolina ()Roy WilliamsGonzagaPhoenix, Ariz.
Villanova ()Jay WrightNorth CarolinaHouston, Texas
Duke ()Mike KrzyzewskiWisconsinIndianapolis, Ind.
Connecticut ()Kevin OllieKentuckyArlington, Texas
Louisville ()*Rick PitinoMichiganAtlanta, Ga.
Kentucky ()John CalipariKansasNew Orleans, La.
Connecticut ()Jim CalhounButlerHouston, Texas
Duke ()Mike KrzyzewskiButlerIndianapolis, Ind.
North Carolina ()Roy WilliamsMichigan StateDetroit, Mich.
Kansas ()Bill Self (OT)MemphisSan Antonio, Texas
Florida ()Billy DonovanOhio StateAtlanta, Ga.
Florida ()Billy DonovanUCLAIndianapolis, Ind.
North Carolina ()Roy WilliamsIllinoisSt. Louis, Mo.
Connecticut ()Jim CalhounGeorgia TechSan Antonio, Texas
Syracuse ()Jim BoeheimKansasNew Orleans, La.
Maryland ()Gary WilliamsIndianaAtlanta, Ga.
Duke ()Mike KrzyzewskiArizonaMinneapolis, Minn.
Michigan State ()Tom IzzoFloridaIndianapolis, Ind.
Connecticut ()Jim CalhounDukeSt. Petersburg, Fla.
Kentucky ()Tubby SmithUtahSan Antonio, Texas
Arizona ()Lute Olson (OT)KentuckyIndianapolis, Ind.
Kentucky ()Rick PitinoSyracuseEast Rutherford, N.J.
UCLA ()Jim HarrickArkansasSeattle, Wash.
Arkansas ()Nolan RichardsonDukeCharlotte, N.C.
North Carolina ()Dean SmithMichiganNew Orleans, La.
Duke ()Mike KrzyzewskiMichiganMinneapolis, Minn.
Duke ()Mike KrzyzewskiKansasIndianapolis, Ind.
UNLV ()Jerry TarkanianDukeDenver, Colo.
Michigan ()Steve Fisher (OT)Seton HallSeattle, Wash.
Kansas ()Larry BrownOklahomaKansas City, Mo.
Indiana ()Bob KnightSyracuseNew Orleans, La.
Louisville ()Denny CrumDukeDallas, Texas
Villanova ()Rollie MassiminoGeorgetownLexington, Ky,
Georgetown ()John ThompsonHoustonSeattle, Wash.
North Carolina State ()Jim ValvanoHoustonAlbuquerque, N.M.
North Carolina ()Dean SmithGeorgetownNew Orleans, La.
Indiana ()Bob KnightNorth CarolinaPhiladelphia, Pa.
Louisville ()Denny CrumUCLAIndianapolis, Ind.
Michigan State ()Jud HeathcoteIndiana StateSalt Lake City, Utah
Kentucky ()Joe HallDukeSt. Louis, Mo.
Marquette ()Al McGuireNorth CarolinaAtlanta, Ga.
Indiana ()Bob KnightMichiganPhiladelphia, Pa.
UCLA ()John WoodenKentuckySan Diego, Calif.
North Carolina State ()Norm SloanMarquetteGreensboro, N.C.
UCLA ()John WoodenMemphis StateSt. Louis, Mo.
UCLA ()John WoodenFlorida StateLos Angeles, Calif.
UCLA ()John WoodenVillanovaHouston, Texas
UCLA ()John WoodenJacksonvilleCollege Park, Md.
UCLA ()John WoodenPurdueLouisville, Ky.
UCLA ()John WoodenNorth CarolinaLos Angeles, Calif.
UCLA ()John WoodenDaytonLouisville, Ky.
UTEP ()Don HaskinsKentuckyCollege Park, Md.
UCLA ()John WoodenMichiganPortland, Ore.
UCLA ()John WoodenDukeKansas City, Mo.
Loyola (Ill.) ()George Ireland (OT)CincinnatiLouisville, Ky.
Cincinnati ()Ed JuckerOhio StateLouisville, Ky.
Cincinnati ()Ed Jucker (OT)Ohio StateKansas City, Mo.
Ohio State ()Fred TaylorCaliforniaDaly City, Calif.
California ()Pete NewellWest VirginiaLouisville, Ky.
Kentucky ()Adolph RuppSeattleLouisville, Ky.
North Carolina ()Frank McGuire (3OT)KansasKansas City, Mo.
San Francisco ()Phil WoolpertIowaEvanston, Ill.
San Francisco ()Phil WoolpertLaSalleKansas City, Mo.
La Salle ()Ken LoefflerBradleyKansas City, Mo.
Indiana ()Branch McCrackenKansasKansas City, Mo.
Kansas ()Phog AllenSt. John'sSeattle, Wash.
Kentucky ()Adolph RuppKansas StateMinneapolis, Minn.
CCNY ()Nat HolmanBradleyNew York, N.Y.
Kentucky ()Adolph RuppOklahoma A&MSeattle, Wash.
Kentucky ()Adolph RuppBaylorNew York, N.Y.
Holy Cross ()Doggie JulianOklahomaNew York, N.Y.
Oklahoma State ()Henry IbaNorth CarolinaNew York, N.Y.
Oklahoma State ()Henry IbaNYUNew York, N.Y.
Utah ()Vadal Peterson (OT)DartmouthNew York, N.Y.
Wyoming ()Everett SheltonGeorgetownNew York, N.Y.
Stanford ()Everett DeanDartmouthKansas City, Mo.
Wisconsin ()Bud FosterWashington StateKansas City, Mo.
Indiana ()Branch McCrackenKansasKansas City, Mo.
Oregon ()Howard HobsonOhio StateEvanston, Ill.

*Louisville’s participation in the tournament was later vacated by the Committee on Infractions.

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NCAA Division I Basketball Champions by Year

List of NCAA National Champions

The first NCAA Division I Basketball Tournament took place in , featuring 8 teams playing in single-elimination format and culminating in the Oregon Ducks defeating the Ohio State Buckeyes to win the NCAA National Championship. The NCAA Tournament has grown in size considerably since then, first expanding to 16 teams in , 32 teams in , 64 teams in and the current team field in (with some additional changes along the way). The Tournament is now known as the Big Dance or March Madness, with most games taking place in March and the Final Four & National Title games usually falling in early April. See also: NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player (MOP)

Below is a list of NCAA National Champions, Runners-Up, Final Four participants and the coaches for each team:

** these appearances were later vacated by the NCAA, and therefore are not counted towards either the team&#;s or coach&#;s totals

 

<< Awards & Championships >>

Division I Postseason Tournaments: NCAA Tournament | NIT | CBI | CIT

Other National Champions: NCAA Division II | NCAA Division III | NAIA Division I

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List of NCAA Division I men's basketball champions

Wikipedia list article

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Men's Basketball Tournament is a single-elimination tournament for men's college basketball teams in the United States. It determines the champion of Division I, the top level of play in the NCAA,[1] and the media often describes the winner as the national champion of college basketball.[2][3] The NCAA Tournament has been held annually since , except for , when it was cancelled because of the COVID pandemic in the U.S.[4] Its field grew from eight teams in the beginning to sixty-five teams by ; as of , sixty-eight teams take part in the tournament.[5][6] Teams can gain invitations by winning a conference championship or receiving an at-large bid from a person committee.[7] The semifinals of the tournament are known as the Final Four and are held in a different city each year, along with the championship game;[8]Indianapolis, the city where the NCAA is based, will host the Final Four every five years until [9] Each winning university receives a rectangular, gold-plated trophy made of wood.[10]

The first NCAA Tournament was organized by the National Association of Basketball Coaches.[11]Oregon won the inaugural tournament, defeating Ohio State 46–33 in the first championship game. Before the tournament, control of the event was given to the NCAA.[11] In the early years of the tournament, it was considered less important than the National Invitation Tournament (NIT), a New York City-based event.[12][13] Teams were able to compete in both events in the same year, and three of those that did so—Utah in , Kentucky in , and City College of New York (CCNY) in —won the NCAA Tournament.[14] The –50 CCNY team won both tournaments (defeating Bradley in both finals), and is the only college basketball team to accomplish this feat.[15] By the mids, the NCAA Tournament became the more prestigious of the two events,[16] and in the NCAA barred universities from playing in other tournaments, such as the NIT, if they were invited to the NCAA Tournament.[17] The championship won by Louisville was the first men's basketball national title to ever be vacated by the NCAA after the school and its coach at the time, Rick Pitino, were implicated in a sex scandal involving recruits.[18][19]

The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) has been the most successful college in the NCAA Tournament, winning 11 national titles. Ten of those championships came during a year stretch from to UCLA also holds the record for the most consecutive championships, winning seven in a row from to Kentucky has the second-most titles, with eight. North Carolina is third with six championships, while Duke and Indiana follow with five each. Baylor is the most recent champion, having defeated Gonzaga in the final of the tournament. Among head coaches, John Wooden is the all-time leader with 10 championships; he coached UCLA during their period of success in the s and s. Duke's Mike Krzyzewski is second all-time with five titles.

Championship games

Indicator Meaning
* Game was decided in an overtime period
daggerGame was decided in a third overtime period
ItalicsChampionship was vacated by the NCAA
Score Each score is linked to an article about that particular championship game, when available
Year Each year is linked to an article about that particular NCAA Tournament

Multiple champions

Champions by conference status

Champions by conference at the time of tournaments

Championships by current conference membership

Championships by state

See also

Notes

References

General

Specific

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