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LXXIX 2017 North Carolina 71-65 Gonzaga top
Joel Berry, Tony Bradley, Nate Britt, Kanler Coker, Isaiah Hicks, Justin Jackson, Luke Maye, Kennedy Meeks, Theo Pinson, Brandon Robinson, Aaron Rohlman, Shea Rush, Stilman White, Seventh Woods. (Coach: Roy Williams)
LXXVIII 2016 Villanova 77-74 North Carolina
Ryan Arcidiacono, Phil Booth, Mikal Bridges, Jalen Brunson, Tim Delaney, Donte DiVincenzo, Patrick Farrell, Josh Hart, Kris Jenkins, Henry Lowe, Daniel Ochefu, Eric Paschall, Kevin Rafferty, Darryl Reynolds. (Coach: Jay Wright)
LXXVII 2015 Duke 68-63 Wisconsin
Grayson Allen, Quinn Cook, Amile Jefferson, Matt Jones, Tyus Jones, Sean Kelly, Semi Ojeleye, Jahlil Okafor, Nick Pagliuca, Marshall Plumlee, Rasheed Sulaimon, Justise Winslow. (Coach: Mike Krzyzewski)
LXXVI 2014 Connecticut 60-54 Kentucky
Ryan Boatright, Amida Brimah, Omar Calhoun, DeAndre Daniels, Kentan Facey, Niels Giffey , Lasan Kromah, Shabazz Napier, Phillip Nolan, Tyler Olander, Terrence Samuel, Leon Tolksdorf. (Coach: Kevin Ollie)
LXXV 2013 Louisville 82-76 Michigan
Michael Baffour, Chane Behanan, Wayne Blackshear, Gorgui Dieng, Luke Hancock, Montrezl Harrell, Tim Henderson, Zach Price, Peyton Siva, Russ Smith, Stephan Van Treese, Kevin Ware. (Coach: Rick Pitino)
LXXIV 2012 Kentucky 67-59 Kansas
Twany Beckham, Anthony Davis, Terrence Jones, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Doron Lamb, Brian Long, Sam Malone, Darius Miller, Jarrod Polson, Marquis Teague, Eloy Vargas, Kyle Wiltjer. (Coach: John Calipari)
LXXIII 2011 Connecticut 53-41 Butler
Kyle Bailey, Donnell Beverly, Jamal Coombs-McDaniel, Niels Giffey, Jeremy Lamb, Shabazz Napier, Charles Okwandu, Tyler Olander, Alex Oriakhi, Roscoe Smith, Benjamin Stewart, Kemba Walker, Enosch Wolf. (Coach: Jim Calhoun)
LXXII 2010 Duke 61-59 Butler
Jordan Davidson, Andre Dawkins, Steve Johnson, Ryan Kelly, Casey Peters, Mason Plumlee, Miles Plumlee, Jon Scheyer, Kyle Singler, Nolan Smith, Lance Thomas, Brian Zoubek. (Coach: Mike Krzyzewski)
LXXI 2009 North Carolina 89-72 Michigan St. top
Marc Campbell, Mike Copeland, Ed Davis, Larry Drew II, Wayne Ellington, Bobby Frasor, Marcus Ginyard, Will Graves, Danny Green, Tyler Hansbrough, Ty Lawson, Patrick Moody, J.B. Tanner, Deon Thompson, Justin Watts, Jack Wooten, Tyler Zeller. (Coach: Roy Williams)
LXX 2008 Kansas 75-68* Memphis
Cole Aldrich, Darrell Arthur, Jeremy Case, Mario Chalmers, Sherron Collins, Darnell Jackson, Sasha Kaun, Matt Kleinmann, Tyrel Reed, Russell Robinson, Brandon Rush, Rodrick Stewart, Conner Teahan. (Coach: Bill Self)
LXIX 2007 Florida 84-75 Ohio State
Jack Berry, Corey Brewer, Taurean Green, Walter Hodge, Al Horford, Lee Humphrey, Jonathan Mitchell, Joakim Noah, Brandon Powell, Chris Richard, Marreese Speights, Brett Swanson, Garrett Tyler, Dan Werner. (Coach: Billy Donovan)
LXVIII 2006 Florida 73-57 UCLA
Jack Berry, Corey Brewer, Taurean Green, Walter Hodge, Al Horford, David Huertas, Lee Humphrey, Derwin Kitchen, Adrian Moss, Joakim Noah, Chris Richard, Jimmie Sutton, Brett Swanson, Garrett Tyler. (Coach: Billy Donovan)
LXVII 2005 North Carolina 75-70 Illinois
Raymond Felton, Jackie Manuel, Sean May, Rashad McCants, David Noel, Melvin Scott, Reyshawn Terry, Quentin Thomas, Jawad Williams, Marvin Williams. (Coach: Roy Williams)
LXVI 2004 Connecticut 82-73 Georgia Tech
Rashad Anderson, Hilton Armstrong, Jason Baisch, Josh Boone, Denham Brown, Taliek Brown, Justin Evanovich, Ben Gordon, Ed Nelson, Emeka Okafor, Ryan Swaller, Ryan Thompson, Shamon Tooles, Charlie Villanueva, Marcus White, Marcus Williams. (Coach: Jim Calhoun)
LXV 2003 Syracuse 81-78 Kansas
Tyrone Albright, Carmelo Anthony, Josh Brooks, Kueth Duany, Billy Edelin, Craig Forth, Xavier Gaines, Matt Gorman, Gary Hall, Ronneil Herron, Andrew Kouwe, Gerry McNamara, Jeremy McNeil, Josh Pace, Hakim Warrick. (Coach: Jim Boeheim)
LXIV 2002 Maryland 64-52 Indiana
Byron Mouton, Juan Dixon, Earl Badu, Calvin McCall, Andre Collins, Drew Nicholas, Michael Grinnon, Steve Blake, Ryan Randle, Lonny Baxter, Tahj Holden, Chris Wilcox. (Coach: Gary Williams)
LXIII 2001 Duke 82-72 Arizona
Nick Horvath, Carlos Boozer, Ryan Caldbeck, Andre Sweet, JD Simpson, Nate James, Andre Buckner, Casey Sanders, Chris Duhon, Jason Williams, Dahntay Jones, Shane Battier, Mike Dunleavy, Andy Borman, Matt Christensen, Reggie Love. (Coach: Mike Krzyzewski)
LXII 2000 Michigan St. 89-76 Florida
Adam Wolfe, Brandon Smith, David Thomas, Mateen Cleaves, Charlie Bell, Mat Ishbia, Mike Chappell, Steve Cherry, Jason Richardson, Aloysius Anagonye, Andre Hutson, Morris Peterson, AJ Granger, Jason Andreas, Adam Ballinger. (Coach: Tom Izzo)
LXI 1999 Connecticut 77-74 Duke top
Khalid El-Amin, Kevin Freeman, Richard Hamilton, Rashamel Jones, Antric Klaiber, Ricky Moore, Albert Mouring, Edmond Saunders, Jake Voskuhl, Souleymane Wane. (Coach: Jim Calhoun)
LX 1998 Kentucky 78-69 Utah
Michael Bradley, Allen Edwards, Heshimu Evans, Jamaal Magloire, Cameron Mills, Nazr Mohammed, Scott Padgett, Jeff Sheppard, Saul Smith, Wayne Turner. (Coach: Tubby Smith)
LIX 1997 Arizona 84-79 Kentucky
Mike Bibby, AJ Bramlett, Bennett Davison, Michael Dickerson, Eugene Edgerson, Donnell Harris, Miles Simon, Jason Terry. (Coach: Lute Olson)
LVIII 1996 Kentucky 76-67 Syracuse
Derek Anderson, Tony Delk, Allen Edwards, Anthony Epps, Walter McCarty, Ron Mercer, Mark Pope, Jeff Sheppard, Antoine Walker. (Coach: Rick Pitino)
LVII 1995 UCLA (California Los Angeles) 89-78 Arkansas
Toby Bailey, Cameron Dollar, Tyus Edney, Charles O’Bannon, Ed O’Bannon, JR Henderson, George Zidek. (Coach: Jim Harrick)
LVI 1994 Arkansas 76-72 Duke
Corey Beck, Ken Biley, Al Dillard, Clint McDaniel, Davor Rimac, Darnell Robinson, Dwight Stewart, Scotty Thurman, Corliss Williamson, Lee Wilson. (Coach: Nolan Richardson)
LV 1993 North Carolina 77-71 Michigan
Dante Calabria, Scott Cherry, George Lynch, Eric Montross, Derrick Phelps, Brian Reese, Henrik Rodl, Kevin Salvadori, Pat Sullivan, Matt Wenstrom, Donald Williams. (Coach: Dean Smith)
LIV 1992 Duke 71-51 Michigan
Christian Ast, Kenny Blakeney, Ron Burt, Marty Clark, Brian Davis, Grant Hill, Thomas Hill, Bobby Hurley, Christian Laettner, Antonio Lang, Cherokee Parks. (Coach: Mike Krzyzewski)
LIII 1991 Duke 72-65 Kansas
Brian Davis, Grant Hill, Thomas Hill, Bobby Hurley, Greg Koubek, Christian Laettner, Antonio Lang, Bill McCaffrey, Crawford Palmer. (Coach: Mike Krzyzewski)
LII 1990 UNLV (Nevada Las Vegas) 103-73 Duke
Greg Anthony, Stacey Augmon, Travis Bice, David Butler, Stacey Cvijanovich, Anderson Hunt, Chris Jeter, Larry Johnson, James Jones, Dave Rice, Moses Scurry, Barry Young. (Coach: Jerry Tarkanian)
LI 1989 Michigan 80-79* Seton Hall top
Demetrius Calip, Mike Griffin, Sean Higgins, Mark Hughes, Terry Mills, Glen Rice, Rumeal Robinson, Loy Vaught. (Coach: Steve Fisher)
L 1988 Kansas 83-79 Oklahoma
Scooter Barry, Jeff Gueldner, Keith Harris, Mike Maddox, Danny Manning, Lincoln Minor, Milt Newton, Clint Normore, Chris Piper, Kevin Pritchard. (Coach: Larry Brown)
XLIX 1987 Indiana 74-73 Syracuse
Steve Alford, Daryl Thomas, Rick Calloway, Steve Eyl, Dean Garrett, Joe Hillman, Todd Meier, Keith Smart, Kreigh Smith. (Coach: Bobby Knight)
XLVIII 1986 Louisville 72-69 Duke
Herbert Crook, Pervis Ellison, Jeff Hall, Tony Kimbro, Mark McSwain, Billy Thompson, Milt Wagner, Kevin Walls. (Coach: Denny Crum)
XLVII 1985 Villanova 66-64 Georgetown
Chuck Everson, Harold Jensen, Dwayne McClain, Gary McLain, Ed Pinckney, Mark Plansky, Harold Pressley, Dwight Wilbur. (Coach: Rollie Massimino)
XLVI 1984 Georgetown 84-75 Houston
Horace Broadnax, Fred Brown, Ralph Dalton, Patrick Ewing, Michael Graham, Michael Jackson, Bill Martin, Victor Morris, Reggie Williams, David Wingate. (Coach: John Thompson)
XLV 1983 North Carolina St. 54-52 Houston
Thurl Bailey, Alvin Battle, Lorenzo Charles, Terry Gannon, Sidney Lowe, Cozell McQueen, Ernie Myers, Dereck Whittenburg. (Coach: Jim Valvano)
XLIV 1982 North Carolina 63-62 Georgetown
Jimmy Black, Jimmy Braddock, Chris Brust, Matt Doherty, Michael Jordan, Sam Perkins, Buzz Peterson, James Worthy. (Coach: Dean Smith)
XLIII 1981 Indiana 63-50 North Carolina
Ted Kitchel, Steve Risley, Isiah Thomas, Jim Thomas, Ray Tolbert, Landon Turner, Randy Wittman. (Coach: Bobby Knight)
XLII 1980 Louisville 59-54 Vacated (UCLA)-x
Tony Branch, Wiley Brown, Roger Burkman, Jerry Eaves, Darrell Griffith, Rodney McCray, Derek Smith, Poncho Wright. (Coach: Denny Crum)
XLI 1979 Michigan St. 75-64 Indiana St. top
Mike Brkovich, Ron Charles, Terry Donnelly, Rob González, Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Greg Kelser, Mike Longaker, Jay Vincent. (Coach: Jud Heathcate)
XL 1978 Kentucky 94-88 Duke
Chuck Aleksinas, Dwane Casey, Truman Claytor, Scott Courts, Fred Cowan, Chris Gettelfinger, Jack Givens, James Lee, Kyle Macy, Mike Phillips, Rick Robey, Jay Shidler, Tim Stephens, LaVon Williams. (Coach: Joe B Hall)
XXXIX 1977 Marquette 67-59 North Carolina
Jim Boylan, Bo Ellis, Butch Lee, Bill Neary, Gary Rosenberger, Bernard Toone, Jerome Whitehead. (Coach: Al McGuire)
XXXVIII 1976 Indiana 86-68 Michigan
Tom Abernethy, Bob Bender, Kent Benson, Quinn Buckner, Jim Crews, Mark Haymore, Scott May, Wayne Radford, Rich Valavicius, Bobby Wilkerson, Jim Wisman. (Coach: Bobby Knight)
XXXVII 1975 UCLA 92-85 Kentucky
Ralph Drollinger, Marques Johnson, Andre McCarter, Dave Meyers, Pete Trgovich, Richard Washington. (Coach: John Wooden)
XXXVI 1974 North Carolina St. 76-64 Marquette
Tom Burleson, Mark Moeller, Moe Rivers, Phil Spence, Tim Stoddard, David Thompson, Monte Towe. (Coach: Norm Sloan)
XXXV 1973 UCLA 87-66 Memphis St.
Vince Carson, Tommy Curtis, Larry Farmer, Gary Franklin, Larry Hollyfield, Greg Lee, Dave Meyers, Swen Nater, Bill Walton, Bob Webb, Keith Wilkes. (Coach: John Wooden )
XXXIV 1972 UCLA 81-76 Florida St.
Henry Bibby, Tommy Curtis, Larry Farmer, Larry Hollyfield, Greg Lee, Swen Nater, Bill Walton, Keith Wilkes. (Coach: John Wooden)
XXXIII 1971 UCLA 68-62 Vacated (Villanova)-x
Rick Betchley, Henry Bibby, Kenny Booker, Steve Patterson, Curtis Rowe, Terry Schofield, Sidney Wicks. (Coach: John Wooden)
XXXII 1970 UCLA 80-69 Jacksonville
Rick Betchley, Henry Bibby, Kenny Booker, Jon Chapman, John Ecker, Andy Hill, Steve Patterson, Curtis Rowe, Terry Schofield, Bill Seibert, John Vallely, Sidney Wicks. (Coach: John Wooden)
XXXI 1969 UCLA 92-72 Purdue top
Lew Alcindor, John Ecker, George Farmer, Ken Heitz, Steve Patterson, Curtis Rowe, Terry Schofield, Bill Seibert, Lynn Shackelford, Bill Sweek, John Vallely, Sidney Wicks. (Coach: John Wooden)
XXX 1968 UCLA 78-55 North Carolina
Lew Alcindor, Lucius Allen, Ken Heitz, Mike Lynn, Jim Nielsen, Neville Saner, Lynn Shackelford, Gene Sutherland, Bill Sweek, Mike Warren. (Coach: John Wooden)
XXIX 1967 UCLA 79-64 Dayton
Lew Alcindor, Lucius Allen, Joe Chrisman, Ken Heitz, Dick Lynn, Jim Nielsen, Don Saffer, Neville Saner, Lynn Shackelford, Gene Sutherland, Bill Sweek, Mike Warren. (Coach: John Wooden)
XXVIII 1966 Texas Western (UTEP) 72-65 Kentucky
Orsten Artis, Willie Cager, Harry Flournoy, Bobby Joe, David Lattin, Nevil Shed, Willie Worsley. (Coach: Don Haskins)
XXVII 1965 UCLA 91-80 Michigan
Brice Chambers, Keith Erickson, John Galbraith, Gail Goodrich, Fred Goss, Vaughn Hoffman, Edgar Lacey, Rich Levin, Mike Lynn, John Lyons, Doug McIntosh, Kenny Washington. (Coach: John Wooden)
XXVI 1964 UCLA (California Los Angeles) 98-83 Duke
Chuck Darrow, Keith Erickson, Gail Goodrich, Walt Hazzard, Jack Hirsch, Vaughn Hoffman, Mike Huggins, Rich Levin, Doug McIntosh, Fred Slaughter, Kim Stewart, Kenny Washington. (Coach: John Wooden)
XXV 1963 Loyola (IL) 60-58* Cincinnati
John Egan, Jerry Harkness, Les Hunter, Ron Miller, Vic Rouse. (Coach: George Ireland)
XXIV 1962 Cincinnati 71-59 Ohio St.
Ron Bonham, Paul Hogue, Tom Sizer, Tom Thacker, George Wilson, Tony Yates. (Coach: Ed Jucker)
XXIII 1961 Cincinnati 70-65* Ohio St.
Carl Bouldin, Dale Heidotting, Paul Hogue, Tom Sizer, Tom Thacker, Bob Wiesenhahn, Tony Yates. (Coach: Ed Jucker)
XXII 1960 Ohio St. 75-55 California
Dave Barker, John Cedargren, Dick Furry, Gary Gearhart, John Havlicek, Richie Hoyt, Bob Knight, Jerry Lucas, Howard Nourse, Mel Nowell, Joe Roberts, Larry Siegfried. (Coach: Fred Taylor)
XXI 1959 California 71-70 West Virginia top
Al Buch, Bob Dalton, Dick Doughty, Denny Fitzpatrick, Jack Grout, Darrall Imhoff, Bill McClintock, Bernie Simpson. (Coach: Pete Newell)
XX 1958 Kentucky 84-72 Seattle
Ed Beck, Johnny Cox, John Crigler, Vern Hatton, Don Mills, Adrian Smith. (Coach: Adolph Rupp)
XIX 1957 North Carolina 54-53* Kansas
Pete Brennan, Bob Cunningham, Tommy Kearns, Danny Lotz, Joe Quigg, Lennie Rosenbluth, Bob Young. (Coach: Frank McGuire)
XVIII 1956 San Francisco 83-71 Iowa
Warren Baxter, Carl Boldt, Gene Brown, Mike Farmer, Tom Nelson, Hal Perry, Mike Preaseau, Bill Russell. (Coach: Phil Woolpert)
XVII 1955 San Francisco 77-63 LaSalle
Stan Buchanan, KC Jones, Gordon Kirby, Dick Lawless, Jerry Mullen, Hal Perry, Bill Russell, Bob Wiebusch, Rudy Zannini. (Coach: Phil Woolpert)
XVI 1954 La Salle 92-76 Bradley
Frank Blatcher, Tom Gola, Chas Greenberg, Bob Maples, Frank O’Hara, Fran O’Malley, Charlie Singley, John Yodsnukis. (Coach: Ken Loeffler)
XV 1953 Indiana 69-68 Kansas
Phil Byers, Jim DeaKyne, Dick Farley, Charley Kraak, Bob Leonard, Paul Poff, Don Schlundt, Burke Scott, Dick White. (Coach: Branch McCracken)
XIV 1952 Kansas 80-63 St. John's (NY)
BH Born, Larry Davenport, Charlie Hoag, Bill Hougland, John Keller, Allen Kelley, Dean Kelley, Bob Kenney, Bill Lienhard, Clyde Lovellette, Dean Smith. (Coach: Phog Allen)
XIII 1951 Kentucky 68-58 Kansas St.
Cliff Hagan, Shelby Linville, CM Newton, Frank Ramsey, Bill Spivey, Lou Tsioropoulos, Bobby Watson, Lucian Whitaker. (Coach: Adolph Rupp)
XII 1950 CCNY (City College of New York) 71-68 Bradley
Irwin Dambrot, Joe Galiber, Floyd Layne, Norman Mager, Ronald Nadell, Ed Roman, Alvin Roth, Ed Warner. (Coach: Nat Holman)
XI 1949 Kentucky 46-36 Oklahoma St. top
Cliff Barker, Dale Barnstable, Ralph Beard, Alex Groza, Walt Hirsch, Wallace Jones, Jim Line.  (Coach: Adolph Rupp)
X 1948 Kentucky 58-42 Baylor
Cliff Barker, Dale Barnstable, Ralph Beard, Alex Groza, Joe Holland, Wallace Jones, Jim Line, Kenneth Rollins. (Coach: Adolph Rupp)
IX 1947 Holy Cross 58-47 Oklahoma
Charlie Bollinger, Bob Cousy, Bob Curran, Charlie Graver, Ken Haggerty, George Kaftan, Andy Laska, Bob McMullan, Joe Mullaney, Frank Oftring, Dermie O’Connell, Jim Riley. (Coach: Alvin Julian)
VIII 1946 Oklahoma St. 43-40 North Carolina
Sam Aubrey, Eugene Bell, AL Bennett, Joe Bradley, Joe Halbert, Weldon Kern, Bob Kurland, JL Parks, Blake Williams. (Coach: Hank Iba)
VII 1945 Oklahoma St. 49-45 NYU (New York University)
Cecil Hankins, Weldon Kern, Bob Kurland, JL Parks, Doyle Parrack, Blake Williams, John Wylie. (Coach: Hank Iba)
VI 1944 Utah 42-40* Dartmouth
Arnie Ferrin, Bob Lewis, Wat Misaka, Fred Sheffield, Dick Smuin, Herb Wilkinson. (Coach: Vadal Peterson)
V 1943 Wyoming 46-34 Georgetown
Jimmy Collins, Milo Komenich, Jim Reese, Ted Roney, Kenny Sailors, Floyd Volker, Don Waite, Jim Weir. (Coach: Everett Shelton)
IV 1942 Stanford 53-38 Dartmouth
Don Burness, Bill Cowden, Howie Dallmar, Jack Dana, Fred Linari, Ed Voss. (Coach: Everett Dean)
III 1941 Wisconsin 39-34 Washington St.
Bob Alwin, Gene Englund, Charles Epperson, John Kotz, Fred Rehm, Warren Schrage, Ted Strain, Don Timmerman. (Coach: Harold Foster)
II 1940 Indiana 60-42 Kansas
Paul Armstrong, Ralph Dorsey, Bob Dro, Chet Francis, Jim Gridley, Marv Huffman, Jay McCreary, Bill Menke, Bob Menke, Herman Schaefer, Andy Zimmer. (Coach: Branch McCracken)
I 1939 Oregon 46-33 Ohio St.
Bobby Anet, John Dick, Laddie Gale, Wally Johansen, Ford Mullen, Matt Pavalunas, Slim Wintermute. (Coach: Howard Hobson)

SOURCE: www.ncaa.com
*: overtime; -x: Declared ineligible after the tournament

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79th Final Four at Phoenix, AZ 01/03.Apr.2017
Gonzaga 77-73 South Carolina North Carolina 77-76 Oregon
North Carolina Tar Heels 71-65 Gonzaga Bulldogs

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Ps College (Nickname) T / F 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14
1. UCLA (Bruins) 11/13 64 65 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 75 80 95 06
2. Kentucky (Wildcats) 8/12 48 49 51 58 66 75 78 96 97 98 12 14
3. North Carolina (Tar Heels) 6/11 46 57 68 77 81 82 93 05 09 16 17
4. Duke (Blue Devils) 5/11 64 78 86 90 91 92 94 99 01 10 15
5. Indiana (Hoosiers) 5/6 40 53 76 81 87 02
6. Connecticut (Huskies) 4/4 99 04 11 14
7. Kansas (Jayhawks) 3/9 40 52 53 57 88 91 03 08 12
8. Louisville (Cardinals) 3/3 80 86 13
9. Oklahoma St. (Cowboys) 2/3 45 46 49
. Cincinnati (Bearcats) 2/3 61 62 63
. Florida (Gators) 2/3 00 06 07
. Michigan St. (Spartans) 2/3 79 00 09
. Villanova (Wildcats) 2/3 71 85 16
14. North Carolina St. (Wolfpack) 2/2 74 83
. San Francisco (Dons) 2/2 55 56
16. Michigan (Wolverines) 1/6 65 76 89 92 93 13
17. Ohio St. (Buckeyes) 1/5 39 60 61 62 07
. Georgetown (Hoyas) 1/4 43 82 84 85
19. Syracuse (Orangemen) 1/3 87 96 03
20. La Salle Explorers (54 55), California Golden Bears (59 60), Marquette Golden Eagles (74 77), Arkansas Razorbacks (94 95), Utah Utes (44 98), Arizona Wildcats (97 01), Wisconsin Badgers (41 15) /// all 1/2
27. Oregon Ducks (39), Stanford Cardinal (42), Wyoming Cowboys (43), Holy Cross Saints (47), City College of New York (CCNY) Beavers (50), Loyola Ramblers (IL) (63), Texas Western Miners (66), Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) Running Rebels (90), Maryland Terrapins (02) /// all 1/1
36. Dartmouth Indians (42 44), Bradley Braves (50 54), Houston Cougars (83 84), Oklahoma Sooners (47 88), Butler Bulldogs (10 11) /// all 0/2
41. Washington St. Cougars (41), New York University (NYU) Violets (45), Baylor Bears (48), Kansas St. Wildcats (51), St. John´s Redmen (NY) (52), Iowa Hawkeyes (56), Seattle Redhawks (58), West Virginia Mountaineers (59), Dayton Flyers (67), Purdue Boilermakers (69), Jacksonville Dolphins (70), Florida St. Seminoles (72), Memphis St. Tigers (73), Indiana St. Sycamores (79), Seton Hall Pirates (89), Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (03), Illinois Fighting Illini (05), Memphis Tigers (08), Gonzaga Bulldogs (17) /// all 0/1
 
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3 - Lew Alcindor (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) (UCLA 67 68 69)
Henry Bibby (UCLA 70 71 72)
Ken Heitz (UCLA 67 68 69)
Steve Patterson (UCLA 69 70 71)
Curtis Rowe (UCLA 69 70 71)
Terry Schofield (UCLA 69 70 71)
Lynn Shackelford (UCLA 67 68 69)
Bill Sweek (UCLA 67 68 69)
Sidney Wicks (UCLA 69 70 71)

 

2 - 60 players

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10 - John Wooden (UCLA 64 65 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 75)

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5 - Mike Krzyzewski (Duke 91 92 01 10 15)

4 - Adolph Rupp (Kentucky 48 49 51 58)

3 - Bobby Knight (Indiana 76 81 87 + 1 as a player 60)
Jim Calhoun (Connecticut 99 04 11)
Roy Williams (North Carolina 05 09 17)

2 - Denny Crum, Billy Donovan, Hank Iba, Ed Jucker, Branch McCracken, Rick Pitino, Phil Woolpert. (7)

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Henry Bibby (UCLA 70 71 72) & Mike Bibby (Arizona 97)
Scott May (Indiana 76) & Sean May (North Carolina 05)
*Joakim Noah (Florida 06 07) is son of 1980 Tennis Roland Garros winner Jannick Noah

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