Campeonato de Basquetebol Masculino da NCAA - Divisão I

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NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship
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Esporte Basquete
Fundada 1939
Temporada inaugural NCAA - Divisão I de 1939
País(es)  Estados Unidos
Equipes 68
Atual campeão Villanova Wildcats (2º título)
Maior campeão UCLA Bruins (11 títulos)
TV CBS, TBS, TNT, TruTV e CBS Sports Network
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A Divisão I da NCAA Basketball Championship é um torneio de eliminação simples entre 68 [1] times universitários dos Estados Unidos da América. O torneio organizado pela National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). O torneio goza de grande popularidade, sendo conhecido por "March Madness" (loucura de Março) pelo mês em que a maioria dos jogos é disputada, e inspirando grande número de apostas.[2] As semifinais e finais costumam ser disputadas em estádios com capacidades superiores a 40 mil espectadores em vez de arenas regulares de basquete.

Finais[editar | editar código-fonte]

Ano Campeão Placar Vice MVP Sede da Final
1939 Oregon Ducks 46-33 Ohio State Buckeyes Jimmy Hull (Ohio State) Patten Gymnasium (Evanston)
1940 Indiana Hoosiers 60-42 Kansas Jayhawks Marv Huffman (Indiana) Municipal Auditorium (Kansas City)
1941 Wisconsin Badgers 39-34 Washington State Cougars John Kotz (Wisconsin)
1942 Stanford Cardinal 53-38 Dartmouth Big Green Howie Dallmar (Stanford Cardinal)
1943 Wyoming Cowboys 46-34 Georgetown Hoyas Ken Sailors (Wyoming Cowboys) Madison Square Garden (Nova York)
1944 Utah Utes 42-40 (pr.) Dartmouth Big Green Arnie Ferrin (Utah Utes)
1945 Oklahoma State Cowboys 49-45 NYU Violets Bob Kurland (Oklahoma State)
1946 Oklahoma State Cowboys 43-40 North Carolina Tar Heels Bob Kurland (Oklahoma State)
1947 Holy Cross Crusaders 58-47 Oklahoma Sooners George Kaftan (Holy Cross)
1948 Kentucky Wildcats 58-42 Baylor Bears Alex Groza (Kentucky)
1949 Kentucky Wildcats 46-36 Oklahoma State Cowboys Alex Groza (Kentucky) Hec Edmundson Pavilion (Seattle)
1950 CCNY Beavers 71-68 Bradley Braves Irwin Dambrot (CCNY) Madison Square Garden
1951 Kentucky Wildcats 68-58 Kansas State Wildcats Bill Spivey (Kentucky) Williams Arena (Minneapolis)
1952 Kansas Jayhawks 80-63 St. John's Red Storm Clyde Lovellette (Kansas) Hec Edmundson Pavilion
1953 Indiana Hoosiers 69-68 Kansas Jayhawks B.H. Born (Kansas) Municipal Auditorium (Kansas City)
1954 La Salle Explorers 92-76 Bradley Braves Tom Gola (La Salle)
1955 San Francisco Dons 76-73 La Salle Explorers Bill Russell (San Francisco)
1956 San Francisco Dons 83-71 Iowa Hawkeyes Hal Lear (Temple) McGaw Hall (Evanston)
1957 North Carolina Tar Heels 54-53 (3 pr.) Kansas Jayhawks Wilt Chamberlain (Kansas) Municipal Auditorium (Kansas City)
1958 Kentucky Wildcats 84-72 Seattle Redhawks Elgin Baylor (Seattle) Freedom Hall (Louisville)
1959 California Golden Bears 71-70 West Virginia Mountaineers Jerry West (West Virginia)
1960 Ohio State Buckeyes 75-55 California Golden Bears Jerry Lucas (Ohio State) Cow Palace (Daly City)
1961 Cincinnati Bearcats 70-65 (pr.) Ohio State Buckeyes Jerry Lucas (Ohio State) Municipal Auditorium (Kansas City)
1962 Cincinnati Bearcats 71-59 Ohio State Buckeyes Paul Hogue (Cincinnati) Freedom Hall (Louisville)
1963 Loyola Ramblers 60-58 (pr.) Cincinnati Bearcats Art Heyman (Duke)
1964 UCLA Bruins 98-83 Duke Blue Devils Walt Hazzard (UCLA) Municipal Auditorium (Kansas City)
1965 UCLA Bruins 91-80 Michigan Wolverines Bill Bradley (Princeton Tigers) Memorial Coliseum (Portland)
1966 UTEP Miners 72-65 Kentucky Wildcats Jerry Chambers (Utah Utes) Cole Field House (College Park)
1967 UCLA Bruins 79-64 Dayton Flyers Lew Alcindor (UCLA) Freedom Hall (Louisville)
1968 UCLA Bruins 78-55 North Carolina Tar Heels Lew Alcindor (UCLA) Memorial Sports Arena (Los Angeles)
1969 UCLA Bruins 92-72 Purdue Boilermakers Lew Alcindor (UCLA) Freedom Hall (Louisville)
1970 UCLA Bruins 80-69 Jacksonville Dolphins Sidney Wicks (UCLA) Freedom Hall (Louisville)
1971 UCLA Bruins 68-62 Villanova Wildcats Howard Porter (Villanova) Astrodome (Houston)
1972 UCLA Bruins 81-76 Florida State Seminoles Bill Walton (UCLA) Memorial Sports Arena (Los Angeles)
1973 UCLA Bruins 87-66 Memphis State Bill Walton (UCLA) St. Louis Arena (St. Louis)
1974 NC State Wolfpack 76-64 Marquette Golden Eagles David Thompson (NC State) Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro)
1975 UCLA Bruins 92-85 Kentucky Wildcats Richard Washington (UCLA) San Diego Sports Arena (San Diego)
1976 Indiana Hoosiers 86-68 Michigan Wolverines Kent Benson (Indiana) The Spectrum (Filadélfia)
1977 Marquette Golden Eagles 67-59 North Carolina Tar Heels Butch Lee (Marquette) The Omni (Atlanta)
1978 Kentucky Wildcats 94-88 Duke Blue Devils Jack Givens (Kentucky) The Checkerdome (St. Louis)
1979 Michigan State Spartans 75-64 Indiana State Sycamores Earvin Johnson (Michigan State) Huntsman Center (Salt Lake City)
1980 Louisville Cardinals 59-54 UCLA Bruins Darrell Griffith (Louisville) Market Square Arena (Indianápolis)
1981 Indiana Hoosiers 63-50 North Carolina Tar Heels Isiah Thomas (Indiana) The Spectrum (Filadélfia)
1982 North Carolina Tar Heels 63-62 Georgetown Hoyas James Worthy (North Carolina) Louisiana Superdome (Nova Orleans)
1983 NC State Wolfpack 54-52 Houston Cougars Hakeem Olajuwon (Houston) University Arena (Albuquerque)
1984 Georgetown Hoyas 84-75 Houston Cougars Patrick Ewing (Georgetown) Kingdome (Seattle)
1985 Villanova Wildcats 66-64 Georgetown Hoyas Ed Pinckney (Villanova) Rupp Arena (Lexington)
1986 Louisville Cardinals 72-69 Duke Blue Devils Pervis Ellison (Louisville) Reunion Arena (Dallas)
1987 Indiana Hoosiers 74-73 Syracuse Orange Keith Smart (Indiana) Louisiana Superdome
1988 Kansas Jayhawks 83-79 Oklahoma Sooners Danny Manning (Kansas) Kemper Arena (Kansas City)
1989 Michigan Wolverines 80-79 (pr.) Seton Hall Pirates Glen Rice (Michigan) Kingdome
1990 UNLV Rebels 103-73 Duke Blue Devils Anderson Hunt (UNLV) McNichols Sports Arena (Denver)
1991 Duke Blue Devils 72-65 Kansas Jayhawks Christian Laettner (Duke) Hoosier Dome (Indianápolis)
1992 Duke Blue Devils 71-51 Michigan Wolverines Bobby Hurley (Duke) HHH Metrodome (Mineápolis)
1993 North Carolina Tar Heels 77-71 Michigan Wolverines Donald Williams (North Carolina) Louisiana Superdome
1994 Arkansas Razorbacks 76-72 Duke Blue Devils Corliss Williamson (Arkansas) Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte)
1995 UCLA Bruins 89-78 Arkansas Razorbacks Ed O'Bannon UCLA Bruins
1996 Kentucky Wildcats 76-67 Syracuse Orange Tony Delk (Kentucky) Kingdome
1997 Arizona Wildcats 84-79 (pr.) Kentucky Wildcats Miles Simon (Arizona) RCA Dome (Indianápolis)
1998 Kentucky Wildcats 78-69 Utah Utes Jeff Sheppard (Kentucky) Alamodome (San Antonio)
1999 Connecticut Huskies 77-74 Duke Blue Devils Richard Hamilton (Connecticut) Tropicana Field (St. Petersburg)
2000 Michigan State Spartans 89-76 Florida Gators Mateen Cleaves (Michigan State) RCA Dome
2001 Duke Blue Devils 82-72 Arizona Wildcats Shane Battier (Duke) HHH Metrodome (Mineápolis)
2002 Maryland Terrapins 64-52 Indiana Hoosiers Juan Dixon (Maryland) Georgia Dome (Atlanta)
2003 Syracuse Orange 81-78 Kansas Jayhawks Carmelo Anthony (Syracuse) Louisiana Superdome
2004 Connecticut Huskies 82-73 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Emeka Okafor (Connecticut) Alamodome
2005 North Carolina Tar Heels 75-70 Illinois Fighting Illini Sean May (North Carolina) Edward Jones Dome (St. Louis)
2006 Florida Gators 73-57 UCLA Bruins Joakim Noah (Florida) RCA Dome
2007 Florida Gators 84-75 Ohio State Buckeyes Corey Brewer (Florida) Georgia Dome
2008 Kansas Jayhawks 75-68 (pr.) Memphis Tigers Mario Chalmers (Kansas) Alamodome
2009 North Carolina Tar Heels 89-72 Michigan State Spartans Wayne Ellington(North Carolina) Ford Field (Detroit)
2010 Duke Blue Devils 61-59 Butler Bulldogs Kyle Singler (Duke) Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianápolis)
2011 Connecticut Huskies 53-41 Butler Bulldogs Kemba Walker (Connecticut) Reliant Stadium (Houston)
2012 Kentucky Wildcats 67–59 Kansas Jayhawks Anthony Davis (Kentucky) Mercedes-Benz Superdome (Nova Orleans)
2013 Louisville Cardinals 82-76 Michigan Wolverines Luke Hancock (Louisville) Georgia Dome
2014 Connecticut Huskies 60-54 Kentucky Wildcats Shabazz Napier (Connecticut) AT&T Stadium (Arlington)
2015 Duke Blue Devils 68–63 Wisconsin Badgers Tyus Jones (Duke) Lucas Oil Stadium
2016 Villanova Wildcats 77–74 North Carolina Tar Heels Ryan Arcidiacono (Villanova) NRG Stadium (Houston)

Vencedores[editar | editar código-fonte]

Equipe Universidade Títulos Anos
UCLA Bruins Universidade da Califórnia em Los Angeles 11 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1995
Kentucky Wildcats Universidade de Kentucky 8 1948, 1949, 1951, 1958, 1978, 1996, 1998, 2012
Duke Blue Devils Universidade Duke 5 1991, 1992, 2001, 2010, 2015
Indiana Hoosiers Universidade de Indiana 5 1940, 1953, 1976, 1981, 1987
North Carolina Tar Heels Universidade da Carolina do Norte 5 1957, 1982, 1993, 2005, 2009
Connecticut Huskies Universidade de Connecticut 4 1999, 2004, 2011, 2014
Kansas Jayhawks Universidade do Kansas 3 1952, 1988, 2008
Louisville Cardinals Universidade de Louisville 3 1980, 1986, 2013
Cincinnati Bearcats Universidade de Cincinnati 2 1961, 1962
Florida Gators Universidade da Flórida 2 2006, 2007
Michigan State Spartans Universidade Estadual de Michigan 2 1979, 2000
NC State Wolfpack Universidade Estadual da Carolina do Norte 2 1974, 1983
Oklahoma State Cowboys Universidade Estadual de Oklahoma 2 1945, 1946
San Francisco Dons Universidade de São Francisco 2 1955, 1956
Villanova Wildcats Universidade de Villanova 2 1985, 2016
Arizona Wildcats Universidade do Arizona 1 1997
Arkansas Razorbacks Universidade do Arkansas 1 1994
California Golden Bears Universidade da Califórnia em Berkeley 1 1959
CCNY Beavers Universidade da Cidade de Nova Iorque 1 1950
Georgetown Hoyas Universidade de Georgetown 1 1984
Holy Cross Crusaders Colégio da Santa Cruz 1 1947
La Salle Explorers Universidade La Salle 1 1954
Loyola Ramblers Universidade Loyola de Chicago 1 1963
Marquette Golden Eagles Universidade de Marquette 1 1977
Maryland Terrapins Universidade de Maryland 1 2002
Michigan Wolverines Universidade de Michigan 1 1989
Ohio State Buckeyes Universidade Estadual de Ohio 1 1960
Oregon Ducks Universidade do Oregon 1 1939
Stanford Cardinal Universidade de Stanford 1 1942
Syracuse Orange Universidade de Syracuse 1 2003
UNLV Rebels Universidade de Nevada em Las Vegas 1 1990
UTEP Miners Universidade do Texas em El Paso 1 1966
Utah Utes Universidade de Utah 1 1944
Wisconsin Badgers Universidade de Wisconsin 1 1941
Wyoming Cowboys Universidade de Wyoming 1 1943


Títulos por Estado[editar | editar código-fonte]

Estados Equipes Títulos Anos
Califórnia UCLA Bruins (11)
San Francisco Dons (2)
California Golden Bears (1)
Stanford Cardinal (1)
15 1942, 1955, 1956, 1959, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1995
Carolina do Norte Duke Blue Devils (5)
North Carolina Tar Heels (5)
NC State Wolfpack (2)
12 1957, 1974, 1982, 1983, 1991, 1992, 1993, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2010, 2015
Kentucky Kentucky Wildcats (8)
Louisville Cardinals (3)
11 1948, 1949, 1951, 1958, 1978, 1980, 1986, 1996, 1998, 2012, 2013
Indiana Indiana Hoosiers (5) 5 1940, 1953, 1976, 1981, 1987
Connecticut Connecticut Huskies (4) 4 1999, 2004, 2011, 2014
Ohio Cincinnati Bearcats (2)
Ohio State Buckeyes (1)
3 1960, 1961, 1962
Kansas Kansas Jayhawks (3) 3 1952, 1988, 2008
Michigan Michigan State Spartans (2)
Michigan Wolverines (1)
3 1979, 1989, 2000
Pensilvânia La Salle Explorers (1)
Villanova Wildcats (2)
3 1954, 1985, 2016
Oklahoma Oklahoma State Cowboys (2) 2 1945, 1946
Wisconsin Wisconsin Badgers (1)
Marquette Golden Eagles (1)
2 1941, 1977
Nova Iorque CCNY Beavers (1)
Syracuse Orange (1)
2 1950, 2003
Flórida Florida Gators (2) 2 2006, 2007
Oregon Oregon Ducks (1) 1 1939
Wyoming Wyoming Cowboys (1) 1 1943
Utah Utah Utes (1) 1 1944
Massachusetts Holy Cross Crusaders (1) 1 1947
Illinois Loyola Ramblers (1) 1 1963
Texas UTEP Miners (1) 1 1966
Washington, D.C. Georgetown Hoyas (1) 1 1984
Nevada UNLV Rebels (1) 1 1990
Arkansas Arkansas Razorbacks (1) 1 1994
Arizona Arizona Wildcats (1) 1 1997
Maryland Maryland Terrapins (1) 1 2002

Títulos por conferência[editar | editar código-fonte]

Conferência Equipes Títulos Anos
Pacific-12 ConferencePacific-12 Conference UCLA Bruins (11)
San Francisco Dons (2)
California Golden Bears (1)
Oregon Ducks (1)
Stanford Cardinal (1)
16 1939, 1942, 1944, 1959, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1995, 1997
Atlantic Coast ConferenceAtlantic Coast Conference Duke Blue Devils (5)
North Carolina Tar Heels (5)
Louisville Cardinals (3)
NC State Wolfpack (2)
Syracuse Orange (1)
16 1957, 1974, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1991, 1992, 1993, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2015
Big Ten ConferenceBig Ten Conference Indiana Hoosiers (5)
Michigan State Spartans (2)
Maryland Terrapins (1)
Michigan Wolverines (1)
Ohio State Buckeyes (1)
Wisconsin Badgers (1)
11 1940, 1941, 1953, 1960, 1976, 1979, 1981, 1987, 1989, 2000, 2002
Southeastern ConferenceSoutheastern Conference Kentucky Wildcats (8)
Florida Gators (2)
Arkansas Razorbacks (1)
11 1948, 1949, 1951, 1958, 1978, 1994, 1996, 1998, 2006, 2007, 2012
American Athletic Conference Connecticut Huskies (4)
Cincinnati Bearcats (2)
6 1961, 1962, 1999, 2004, 2011, 2014
Big Twelve ConferenceBig 12 Conference Kansas Jayhawks (3)
Oklahoma State Cowboys (2)
5 1945, 1946, 1952, 1988, 2008
Big East Conference Georgetown Hoyas (1)
Marquette Golden Eagles (1)
Villanova Wildcats (2)
4 1977, 1984, 1985, 2016
Mountain West ConferenceMountain West Conference UNLV Rebels (1)
Wyoming Cowboys (1)
2 1943, 1990
West Coast ConferenceWest Coast Conference San Francisco Dons (2) 2 1955, 1956
Patriot LeaguePatriot League Holy Cross Crusaders (1) 1 1947
City University of New York
Athletic Conference
CCNY Beavers (1) 1 1950
Atlantic 10 ConferenceAtlantic 10 Conference La Salle Explorers (1) 1 1954
Missouri Valley ConferenceMissouri Valley Conference Loyola Ramblers (1) 1 1963
Conference USAConference USA UTEP Miners (1) 1 1966


Referências

  1. While 68 teams are invited to the tournament, some consider the tournament to include only 60 teams, as the 61st to 68th seeded teams compete in a "First Four" game to decide which team will qualify as a #16 seed.
  2. Shear, Michael D. (March 19, 2011). «Obama's N.C.A.A. Bracket Is One of the Best». The New York Times [S.l.: s.n.] Consultado em March 19, 2011. 
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