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NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament

United States top collegiate-level basketball tournament for ; 75th anniversary of the NCAA Tournament

The NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament was a single-elimination tournament that involved 68 teams playing to determine the national champion of men's NCAA Division I college basketball. It began on March 19, , and concluded with the championship game on April 8, , at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. This was the 75th edition of the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship, dating to

The Final Four consisted of Louisville, Wichita State (second appearance), Syracuse (first appearance since their national championship), and Michigan, returning for the first time since the Fab Five's second appearance in (later vacated). By winning the West Region, Wichita State became the first #9 seed and first Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) team to reach the Final Four since the tournament expanded to 64 teams in The last #9 seed to reach the Final Four was Penn, and the last MVC team to do so was Indiana State, both in

Louisville defeated Michigan in the championship game by a final score of 82–76, winning their first national title since They also are the last team from the original Big East Conference to win a national championship. On February 20, , the NCAA vacated Louisville's entire tournament run, including its national title, due to a sex scandal.[4]

The tournament featured several notable upsets. For the first time since , at least one team seeded #9 through #15 won at least once in the tournament. The most notable was Florida Gulf Coast University, who made their tournament debut in only their second year of Division I eligibility. They upset Georgetown and San Diego State in their first two games, becoming the first #15 seed to advance to the regional semifinals (where they were defeated by Florida). For the first time since , a #14 seed won as Harvard defeated New Mexico in the West Region. The same region saw #13 La Salle, who won in the opening round, defeat #4 Kansas State and #12 Mississippi defeat #5 Wisconsin. In addition to that, the region's top seed, Gonzaga, was defeated in the round of 32 by eventual region winner Wichita State, who defeated La Salle in the Sweet Sixteen.

Two other teams also earned their first ever NCAA Tournament victory: Ivy League champion Harvard and Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) champion North Carolina A&T. Liberty became the first loss team in five years to earn an NCAA bid, having finished its season with five consecutive wins to secure the Big South championship and its automatic qualification.

Schedule and venues[edit]

 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament is located in the United States
Auburn Hills

Auburn Hills

Lexington

Lexington

Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City

San Jose

San Jose

Austin

Austin

Dayton

Dayton

Kansas City

Kansas City

Philadelphia

Philadelphia

second and third rounds (green)
 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament is located in the United States
Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C.

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Indianapolis

Indianapolis

Arlington

Arlington

Atlanta

Atlanta

Regionals (blue) and Final Four (red)

The following are the sites selected to host each round of the tournament:[5][6][7]

First Four

Second and Third Rounds

  • March 21 and 23
  • March 22 and 24

Regional Semifinals and Finals

  • March 28 and 30
  • March 29 and 31

National Semifinals and Championship (Final Four and Championship)

For the third and final time, the Georgia Dome hosted the Final Four. The building was demolished in and replaced with Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The tournament saw two new venues being used for the first time. The City of Arlington, halfway between former host cities Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, hosted for the first time at what is now known as AT&T Stadium, the home of the Dallas Cowboys. After a year hiatus, the tournament returned to the city of Los Angeles, this time being played at the Staples Center, the city's major indoor sports venue, which replaced both the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena and the Forum in Inglewood. As of , this is the last tournament to feature the Frank Erwin Center, The Palace of Auburn Hills or Rupp Arena. The Erwin Center is scheduled to close at the conclusion of the season, with the Longhorns moving into the Moody Center for the season. The Palace closed in , replaced with Little Caesars Arena in downtown Detroit, which hosted early round games As of , this is also the most recent year that UD Arena has hosted games after the First Four games.

Qualified teams[edit]

Further information: NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament: qualifying teams

Automatic qualifiers[edit]

The following teams were automatic qualifiers for the NCAA field by virtue of winning their conference's tournament (except for the Ivy League, whose regular-season champion received the automatic bid).

Tournament seeds[edit]

South Regional – Arlington, Texas
Seed School Conference Record Coach Berth type Overall rank
#1 KansasBig 12 29–5 Bill Self Automatic 2
#2 GeorgetownBig East 25–6 John Thompson III At-large 7
#3 FloridaSEC 26–7 Billy Donovan At-large 10
#4 MichiganBig Ten 26–7 John Beilein At-large 13
#5 VCUAtlantic 10 26–8 Shaka Smart At-large 20
#6 UCLAPac 25–9 Ben Howland At-large 24
#7 San Diego StateMountain West 22–10 Steve Fisher At-large 26
#8 North CarolinaACC 24–10 Roy Williams At-large 29
#9 VillanovaBig East 20–13 Jay Wright At-large 38
#10 OklahomaBig 12 20–11 Lon Krueger At-large 40
#11 MinnesotaBig Ten 20–12 Tubby Smith At-large 41
#12 AkronMAC 26–6 Keith Dambrot Automatic 51
#13 South Dakota StateSummit 25–9 Scott Nagy Automatic 53
#14 Northwestern StateSouthland 23–8 Mike McConathy Automatic 57
#15 Florida Gulf CoastAtlantic Sun 24–10 Andy Enfield Automatic 59
#16 Western KentuckySun Belt 20–15 Ray Harper Automatic 63
West Regional – Los Angeles, California
Seed School Conference Record Coach Berth type Overall rank
#1 GonzagaWest Coast 31–2 Mark Few Automatic 4
#2 Ohio StateBig Ten 26–7 Thad Matta Automatic 8
#3 New MexicoMountain West 29–5 Steve Alford Automatic 9
#4 Kansas StateBig 12 27–7 Bruce Weber At-large 14
#5 WisconsinBig Ten 23–11 Bo Ryan At-large 19
#6 ArizonaPac 25–7 Sean Miller At-large 21
#7 Notre DameBig East 25–9 Mike Brey At-large 27
#8 PittsburghBig East 24–8 Jamie Dixon At-large 31
#9 Wichita StateMissouri Valley 26–8 Gregg Marshall At-large 35
#10 Iowa StateBig 12 22–11 Fred Hoiberg At-large 39
#11 BelmontOhio Valley 26–6 Rick Byrd Automatic 44
#12 MississippiSEC 26–8 Andy Kennedy Automatic 47
#13* Boise StateMountain West 21–10 Leon Rice At-large 45
La SalleAtlantic 10 21–9 Dr. John Giannini At-large 49
#14 HarvardIvy 19–9 Tommy Amaker Automatic 58
#15 IonaMAAC 20–13 Tim Cluess Automatic 61
#16 SouthernSWAC 23–9 Roman Banks Automatic 64
East Regional – Washington, D.C.
Seed School Conference Record Coach Berth type Overall rank
#1 IndianaBig Ten 27–6 Tom Crean At-large 3
#2 MiamiACC 27–6 Jim Larranaga Automatic 5
#3 MarquetteBig East 23–8 Buzz Williams At-large 12
#4 SyracuseBig East 26–9 Jim Boeheim At-large 16
#5 UNLVMountain West 25–9 Dave Rice At-large 18
#6 ButlerAtlantic 10 26–8 Brad Stevens At-large 22
#7 IllinoisBig Ten 22–12 John Groce At-large 28
#8 NC StateACC 24–10 Mark Gottfried At-large 32
#9 TempleAtlantic 10 23–9 Fran Dunphy At-large 34
#10 ColoradoPac 21–11 Tad Boyle At-large 36
#11 BucknellPatriot 28–5 Dave Paulsen Automatic 48
#12 CaliforniaPac 20–11 Mike Montgomery At-large 42
#13 MontanaBig Sky 25–7 Wayne Tinkle Automatic 54
#14 DavidsonSouthern 26–7 Bob McKillop Automatic 55
#15 PacificBig West 22–12 Bob Thomason Automatic 60
#16* James MadisonCAA 20–14 Matt Brady Automatic 66
Long IslandNortheast 20–13 Jack Perri Automatic 65

*See First Four.

Bracket[edit]

* – Denotes overtime period

Unless otherwise noted, all times listed are Eastern Daylight Time (UTC−04)

First Four – Dayton, Ohio[edit]

Midwest Regional – Indianapolis, Indiana[edit]

Midwest Regional all-tournament team[edit]

Regional all-tournament team: Seth Curry, Duke; Gorgui Dieng, Louisville; Mason Plumlee, Duke; Peyton Siva, Louisville[8]

Regional most outstanding player: Russ Smith, Louisville[9][a]

West Regional – Los Angeles, California[edit]

West Regional all-tournament team[edit]

Regional all-tournament team: Carl Hall, Wichita State; Mark Lyons, Arizona; LaQuinton Ross, Ohio State; Deshaun Thomas, Ohio State[10]

Regional most outstanding player: Malcolm Armstead, Wichita State[11]

South Regional – Arlington, Texas[edit]

South Regional all-tournament team[edit]

Regional all-tournament team: Mitch McGary, Michigan; Ben McLemore, Kansas; Mike Rosario, Florida; Nik Stauskas, Michigan[12]

Regional most outstanding player: Trey Burke, Michigan[13]

East Regional – Washington, D.C.[edit]

East Regional all-tournament team[edit]

Regional all-tournament team: Vander Blue, Marquette; C. J. Fair, Syracuse; Davante Gardner, Marquette; James Southerland, Syracuse[14][15]

Regional most outstanding player: Michael Carter-Williams, Syracuse[16]

Final Four – Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia[edit]

During the Final Four round, the champion of the top overall top seed's region was to play against the champion of the fourth-ranked top seed's region, and the champion of the second overall top seed's region was to play against the champion of the third-ranked top seed's region.[17]Louisville (placed in the Midwest Regional) was selected as the top overall seed, and Gonzaga (in the West Regional) was named as the final top seed.[18] Thus, the Midwest champion played the West Champion in one semifinal game, and the South Champion faced the East Champion in the other semifinal game.

Wichita State surprised the college basketball world by reaching the Final Four from the West region. They lost to Louisville in the first semifinal game, 72– Michigan defeated Syracuse 61–56 in the second semifinal.[19]

On February 20, , NCAA took away from Louisville the winning title and allowed them to pay the fines.

National Semifinals
April 6
National Championship Game
April 8
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MW1 Louisville
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NCAA tournament: Bracket, scores, stats, records

In the 75th edition of the NCAA tournament, Louisville defeated Michigan for the national title. However, the Cardinals' participation in the NCAA tournament was later vacated by the Committee on Infractions.

Michigan and Syracuse both reached the national semifinals as No. 4 seeds. The Wolverines came back to beat top-seeded Kansas in the Sweet 16 while the Orange eliminated No. 1 seed Indiana.

Wichita State became the tournament's first 9-seed to make the Final Four in the team era. The Shockers won the West Regional, a section of the bracket filled with upsets as No. 12 Ole Miss, No. 13 La Salle and No. 14 Harvard all pulled off opening-round upsets. La Salle advanced to the Sweet 16, winning three games after opening at the First Four in Dayton.

Another notable postseason run came from No. 15 seed Florida Gulf Coast. The Eagles made their NCAA tournament debut and reached the Sweet 16 with wins over No. 2 seed Georgetown and No. 7 seed San Diego State.

 NCAA tournament: Bracket

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 NCAA tournament: Scores

  • First Four
    • Dayton, Ohio
      • Midwest: No. 16 North Carolina A&T 73, No. 16 Liberty 72
      • Midwest: No. 11 Saint Mary's 67, No. 11 Middle Tennessee 54
      • East: No. 16 James Madison 68, No. 16 Long Island 55
      • West: No. 13 La Salle 80, No. 13 Boise State 71
  • First Round (Round of 64)
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 1 Louisville 79, No. 16 North Carolina A&T 48
      • No. 2 Duke 73, No. 15 Albany 61
      • No. 3 Michigan State 65, No. 14 Valparaiso 54
      • No. 4 Saint Louis 64, No. 13 New Mexico State 44
      • No. 12 Oregon 68, No. 5 Oklahoma State 55
      • No. 6 Memphis 54, No. 11 Saint Mary's 52
      • No. 7 Creighton 67, No. 10 Cincinnati 63
      • No. 8 Colorado State 84, No. 9 Missouri 72
    • West Regional
      • No. 1 Gonzaga 64, No. 16 Southern 58
      • No. 2 Ohio State 95, No. 15 Iona 70
      • No. 14 Harvard 68, No. 3 New Mexico 62
      • No. 13 La Salle 63, No. 4 Kansas State 61
      • No. 12 Ole Miss 57, No. 5 Wisconsin 46
      • No. 6 Arizona 81, No. 11 Belmont 64
      • No. 10 Iowa State 76, No. 7 Notre Dame 58
      • No. 9 Wichita State 73, No. 8 Pittsburgh 55
    • East Regional
      • No. 1 Indiana 83, No. 16 James Madison 62
      • No. 2 Miami (Fla.) 78, No. 15 Pacific 49
      • No. 3 Marquette 59, No. 14 Davidson 58
      • No. 4 Syracuse 81, No. 13 Montana 34
      • No. 12 California 64, No. 5 UNLV 61
      • No. 6 Butler 68, No. 11 Bucknell 56
      • No. 7 Illinois 57, No. 10 Colorado 49
      • No. 9 Temple 76, No. 8 NC State 72
    • South Regional
      • No. 1 Kansas 64, No. 16 Western Kentucky 57
      • No. 15 Florida Gulf Coast 78, No. 2 Georgetown 68
      • No. 3 Florida 79, No. 14 Northwestern State 47
      • No. 4 Michigan 71, No. 13 South Dakota State 56
      • No. 5 VCU 88, No. 4 Akron 42
      • No. 11 Minnesota 83, No. 6 UCLA 63
      • No. 7 San Diego State 70, No. 10 Oklahoma 55
      • No. 8 North Carolina 78, No. 9 Villanova 71
  • Second Round (Round of 32)
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 1 Louisville 82, No. 8 Colorado State 56
      • No. 2 Duke 66, No. 7 Creighton 50
      • No. 3 Michigan State 70, No. 6 Memphis 48
      • No. 12 Oregon 74, No. 4 Saint Louis 57
    • West Regional
      • No. 9 Wichita State 76, No. 1 Gonzaga 70
      • No. 2 Ohio State 78, No. 10 Iowa State 75
      • No. 6 Arizona 74, No. 14 Harvard 51
      • No. 13 La Salle 76, No. 12 Ole Miss 74
    • East Regional
      • No. 1 Indiana 58, No. 9 Temple 52
      • No. 2 Miami (Fla.) 63, No. 7 Illinois 59
      • No. 3 Marquette 74, No. 6 Butler 72
      • No. 4 Syracuse 66, No. 12 California 60
    • South Regional
      • No. 1 Kansas 70, No. 8 North Carolina 58
      • No. 15 Florida Gulf Coast 81, No. 7 San Diego State 71
      • No. 3 Florida 78, No. 11 Minnesota 64
      • No. 4 Michigan 78, No. 5 VCU 53
  • Sweet 16
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 1 Louisville 77, No. 12 Oregon 69
      • No. 2 Duke 71, No. 3 Michigan State 61
    • West Regional
      • No. 9 Wichita State 72, No. 13 La Salle 58
      • No. 2 Ohio State 73, No. 6 Arizona 70
    • East Regional
      • No. 4 Syracuse 61, No. 1 Indiana 50
      • No. 3 Marquette 71, No. 2 Miami (Fla.) 61
    • South Regional
      • No. 4 Michigan 87, No. 1 Kansas 85 (OT) | Watch full game
      • No. 3 Florida 62, No. 15 Florida Gulf Coast 50
  • Elite Eight
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 1 Louisville 85, No. 2 Duke 63
    • West Regional
      • No. 9 Wichita State 70, No. 2 Ohio State 66
    • East Regional
      • No. 4 Syracuse 55, No. 3 Marquette 39
    • South Regional
      • No. 4 Michigan 79, No. 3 Florida 59
  • Final Four (Indianapolis, Indiana)
    • National semifinals
      • No. 1 Louisville 72, No. 9 Wichita State 68
      • No. 4 Michigan 61, No. 4 Syracuse 56
    • National championship
      • No. 1 Louisville 82, No. 4 Michigan 76

 NCAA tournament: Upsets

The following double-digit seeds won games (not counting the First Four):

TEAMSCOREOPPONENT
FIRST ROUND (Round of 64)
No. 15 Florida Gulf CoastNo. 2 Georgetown
No. 14 HarvardNo. 3 New Mexico
No. 13 La SalleNo. 4 Kansas State
No. 12 CaliforniaNo. 5 UNLV
No. 12 OregonNo. 5 Oklahoma State
No. 12 Ole MissNo. 5 Wisconsin
No. 11 MinnesotaNo. 6 UCLA
No. 10 Iowa StateNo. 10 Iowa State
SECOND ROUND (Round of 32)
No. 15 Florida Gulf CoastNo. 7 San Diego State
No. 13 La SalleNo. 12 Ole Miss
No. 12 OregonNo. 4 Saint Louis

 NCAA tournament: Stats, records

Here are the tournament leaders, with games in parentheses:

Scoring offense *

  1. Ohio State (4) —
  2. Iowa State (2) —
  3. Michigan (6) —
  4. Arizona (3) —
  5. Minnesota (2) —

* — Louisville averaged points per game during the NCAA tournament. Its participation was later vacated by the Committee on Infractions.

Scoring defense

  1. Syracuse (5) —
  2. Saint Mary's (2) —
  3. Illinois (2) —
  4. Wisconsin and Colorado (1 each) —

Rebounding margin

  1. Michigan State (3) — +
  2. Gonzaga (2) — +
  3. Arizona (3) and NC State (1) — +
  4. Colorado State (2), New Mexico (1), and Villanova (1) — +

Individual scoring

  1. Khaliff Wyatt, Temple (2) —
  2. Anthony Drmic, Boise State (1) —
  3. Andre Hollins, Minnesota (2) —

Individual rebounding

  1. Arsalan Kazemi, Oregon (3) and Richard Howell, NC State (1)  —
  2. Josh Scott, Colorado (1) —
  3. Andrew Smith, Butler (2), Jordan Henriquez, Kansas State and Alex Kirk, New Mexico (1 each) —

Zach Pekale is an alumnus of Arizona State University with a degree in sports journalism. He has worked for Arizona PBS, Arizona Sports FM and the Cape Cod Baseball League. His writing has also appeared on FOX Sports, Bleacher Report and at the Associated Press. Follow him on Twitter @ZachPekale.

The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NCAA or its member institutions.

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President Obama&#;s Bracket for the NCAA Men&#;s Basketball Tournament

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Yesterday President Obama continued what's become a March tradition: For the fifth time, he sat down to fill out his brackets for the NCAA men and women's basketball tournaments -- and shared his picks with ESPN.

The President has Louisville, Ohio State, Florida, and Indiana headed to Atlanta for the Final Four.

He picked the Hoosiers to top the Cardinals in the National Championship game on April 8.

President Obama's NCAA Tournament Bracket

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We’ll share the President’s pick for the women’s tournament on Friday. Be sure to check back!

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