Primeira divisão masculina do NCAA Basketball Championship

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A Primeira divisão masculina do 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).

Finais[editar | editar código-fonte]

Ano Campeão Placar Vice MVP Equipe de MVP
1939 Oregon 46-33 Ohio State Jimmy Hull Ohio State
1940 Indiana 60-42 Kansas Marv Huffman Indiana
1941 Wisconsin 39-34 Washington State John Kotz Wisconsin
1942 Stanford 53-38 Dartmouth Howie Dallmar Stanford
1943 Wyoming 46-34 Georgetown Ken Sailors Wyoming
1944 Utah 42-40 (pr.) Dartmouth Arnie Ferrin Utah
1945 Oklahoma A&M 49-45 New York Bob Kurland Oklahoma A&M
1946 Oklahoma A&M 43-40 North Carolina Bob Kurland Oklahoma A&M
1947 Holy Cross 58-47 Oklahoma George Kaftan Holy Cross
1948 Kentucky 58-42 Baylor Alex Groza Kentucky
1949 Kentucky 46-36 Oklahoma State Alex Groza Kentucky
1950 CC New York 71-68 Bradley Irwin Dambrot CC New York
1951 Kentucky 68-58 Kansas State Bill Spivey Kentucky
1952 Kansas 80-63 St. John's Clyde Lovellette Kansas
1953 Indiana 69-68 Kansas B.H. Born Kansas
1954 La Salle 92-76 Bradley Tom Gola La Salle
1955 San Francisco 76-73 La Salle Bill Russell San Francisco
1956 San Francisco 83-71 Iowa Hal Lear Temple
1957 North Carolina 54-53 (3 pr.) Kansas Wilt Chamberlain Kansas
1958 Kentucky 84-72 Seattle Elgin Baylor Seattle
1959 California 71-70 West Virginia Jerry West West Virginia
1960 Ohio State 75-55 California Jerry Lucas Ohio State
1961 Cincinnati 70-65 (pr.) Ohio State Jerry Lucas Ohio State
1962 Cincinnati 71-59 Ohio State Paul Hogue Cincinnati
1963 Loyola (Chicago) 60-58 (pr.) Cincinnati Art Heyman Duke
1964 UCLA 98-83 Duke Walt Hazzard UCLA
1965 UCLA 91-80 Michigan Bill Bradley Princeton
1966 Texas Western 72-65 Kentucky Jerry Chambers Utah
1967 UCLA 79-64 Dayton Lew Alcindor UCLA
1968 UCLA 78-55 North Carolina Lew Alcindor UCLA
1969 UCLA 92-72 Purdue Lew Alcindor UCLA
1970 UCLA 80-69 Jacksonville Sidney Wicks UCLA
1971 UCLA 68-62 Villanova Howard Porter Villanova
1972 UCLA 81-76 Florida State Bill Walton UCLA
1973 UCLA 87-66 Memphis State Bill Walton UCLA
1974 NC State 76-64 Marquette David Thompson NC State
1975 UCLA 92-85 Kentucky Richard Washington UCLA
1976 Indiana 86-68 Michigan Kent Benson Indiana
1977 Marquette 67-59 North Carolina Butch Lee Marquette
1978 Kentucky 94-88 Duke Jack Givens Kentucky
1979 Michigan State 75-64 Indiana State Earvin Johnson Michigan State
1980 Louisville 59-54 UCLA Darrell Griffith Louisville
1981 Indiana 63-50 North Carolina Isiah Thomas Indiana
1982 North Carolina 63-62 Georgetown James Worthy North Carolina
1983 N.C. State 54-52 Houston Akeem Olajuwon Houston
1984 Georgetown 84-75 Houston Patrick Ewing Georgetown
1985 Villanova 66-64 Georgetown Ed Pinckney Villanova
1986 Louisville 72-69 Duke Pervis Ellison Louisville
1987 Indiana 74-73 Syracuse Keith Smart Indiana
1988 Kansas 83-79 Oklahoma Danny Manning Kansas
1989 Michigan 80-79 (pr.) Seton Hall Glen Rice Michigan
1990 UNLV 103-73 Duke Anderson Hunt UNLV
1991 Duke 72-65 Kansas Christian Laettner Duke
1992 Duke 71-51 Michigan Bobby Hurley Duke
1993 North Carolina 77-71 Michigan Donald Williams North Carolina
1994 Arkansas 76-72 Duke Corliss Williamson Arkansas
1995 UCLA 89-78 Arkansas Ed O'Bannon UCLA
1996 Kentucky 76-67 Syracuse Tony Delk Kentucky
1997 Arizona 84-79 (pr.) Kentucky Miles Simon Arizona
1998 Kentucky 78-69 Utah Jeff Sheppard Kentucky
1999 Connecticut 77-74 Duke Richard Hamilton Connecticut
2000 Michigan State 89-76 Florida Mateen Cleaves Michigan State
2001 Duke 82-72 Arizona Shane Battier Duke
2002 Maryland 64-52 Indiana Juan Dixon Maryland
2003 Syracuse 81-78 Kansas Carmelo Anthony Syracuse
2004 Connecticut 82-73 Georgia Tech Emeka Okafor Connecticut
2005 North Carolina 75-70 Illinois Sean May North Carolina
2006 Florida 73-57 UCLA Joakim Noah Florida
2007 Florida 84-75 Ohio State Corey Brewer Florida
2008 Kansas 75-68 (pr.) Memphis Mario Chalmers Kansas
2009 North Carolina 89-72 Michigan State Wayne Ellington North Carolina
2010 Duke 61-59 Butler Kyle Singler Duke
2011 Connecticut 53-41 Butler Kemba Walker Connecticut
2012 Kentucky 67–59 Kansas Anthony Davis Kentucky
2013 Louisville 82-76 Michigan Luke Hancock Louisville

Vencedores[editar | editar código-fonte]

Universidade Títulos Anos
Arizona 1 1997
Arkansas 1 1994
California 1 1959
Cincinnati 2 1961, 1962
CCNY 1 1950
Connecticut 3 1999, 2004, 2011
Duke 4 1991, 1992, 2001, 2010
Florida 2 2006, 2007
Georgetown 1 1984
Holy Cross 1 1947
Indiana 5 1940, 1953, 1976, 1981, 1987
Kansas 3 1952, 1988, 2008
Kentucky 8 1948, 1949, 1951, 1958, 1978, 1996, 1998, 2012
La Salle 1 1954
Louisville 3 1980, 1986, 2013
Loyola (Chicago) 1 1963
Marquette 1 1977
Maryland 1 2002
Michigan 1 1989
Michigan State 2 1979, 2000
North Carolina 5 1957, 1982, 1993, 2005, 2009
North Carolina State 2 1974, 1983
Ohio State 1 1960
Oklahoma State (Oklahoma A&M) 2 1945, 1946
Oregon 1 1939
San Francisco 2 1955, 1956
Stanford 1 1942
Syracuse 1 2003
UCLA 11 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1995
UNLV 1 1990
UTEP (Texas Western) 1 1966
Utah 1 1944
Villanova 1 1985
Wisconsin 1 1941
Wyoming 1 1943

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.
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