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NCAA FINAL

Facts Of The Tournament

April 03, 2001

DUKE

IN THE TOURNAMENT

Appearances: 25; Record: 73-22

HAROLD BRADLEY

* 1955--Lost to Villanova 74-73.

VIC BUBAS

* 1960--Beat Princeton 84-60; beat St. Joseph's 58-56; lost to New York University 74-59.

* 1963--Beat New York University 81-76; beat St. Joseph's 73-59; FINAL FOUR: lost to Loyola, Ill. 94-75; third-place game: beat Oregon State 85-63.

* 1964--Beat Villanova 87-73; beat Connecticut 101-54; beat Michigan 91-80; lost to UCLA 98-83. NCAA RUNNER-UP.

* 1966--Beat St. Joseph's 76-74; beat Syracuse 91-81; FINAL FOUR: lost to Kentucky 83-79; third-place game: beat Utah 79-77.

BILL FOSTER

* 1978--Beat Rhode Island 63-62; beat Pennsylvania 84-80; beat Villanova 90-72; beat Notre Dame 90-86; lost to Kentucky 94-88. NCAA RUNNER-UP.

* 1979--Lost to St. John's 80-78.

* 1980--Beat Pennsylvania 52-42; beat Kentucky 55-54; lost to Purdue 68-60.

MIKE KRZYZEWSKI

* 1984--Lost to Washington 80-78.

* 1985--Beat Pepperdine 75-62; lost to Boston College 74-73.

* 1986--Beat Mississippi Valley State 85-78; beat Old Dominion 89-61; beat DePaul 74-67; beat Navy 71-50; beat Kansas 71-67; lost to Louisville 72-69. NCAA RUNNER-UP.

* 1987--Beat Texas A&M 58-51; beat Xavier, Ohio 65-60; lost to Indiana 88-82.

* 1988--Beat Boston University 85-69; beat Southern Methodist 94-79; beat Rhode Island 73-72; beat Temple 63-53; FINAL FOUR: lost to Kansas 66-59.

* 1989--Beat South Carolina State 90-69; beat West Virginia 70-63; beat Minnesota 87-70; beat Georgetown 85-77; FINAL FOUR: lost to Seton Hall 95-78.

* 1990--Beat Richmond 81-46; beat St. John's 76-72; beat UCLA 90-81; beat Connecticut 79-78, OT; beat Arkansas 97-83; lost to UNLV 103-73. NCAA RUNNER-UP.

* 1991--Beat Northeast Louisiana 102-73; beat Iowa 85-70; beat Connecticut 81-67; beat St. John's 78-61; beat UNLV 79-77; beat Kansas 72-65. NCAA CHAMPION.

* 1992--Beat Campbell 82-56; beat Iowa 75-62; beat Seton Hall 81-69; beat Kentucky 104-103, OT; beat Indiana 81-78; beat Michigan 71-51. NCAA CHAMPION.

* 1993--Beat Southern Illinois 105-70; lost to California 82-77.

* 1994--Beat Texas Southern 82-70; beat Michigan State 85-74; beat Marquette 59-49; beat Purdue 69-60; beat Florida 70-65; lost to Arkansas 76-72. NCAA RUNNER-UP.

* 1996--Lost to Eastern Michigan 75-60.

* 1997--Beat Murray State 71-68; lost to Providence 98-87.

* 1998--Beat Radford 99-63; beat Oklahoma State 79-73; beat Syracuse 80-67; lost to Kentucky 86-84.

* 1999--Beat Florida A&M 99-58; beat Tulsa 97-56; beat Southwest Missouri State 78-61; beat Temple 85-64; beat Michigan State 68-62; lost to Connecticut 77-74. NCAA RUNNER-UP.

* 2000--Beat Lamar 82-55; beat Kansas 69-64; lost to Florida 87-78.

* 2001--Beat Monmouth, N.J. 95-52; beat Missouri 94-81; beat UCLA 76-63; beat Southern California 79-69; beat Maryland 95-84; beat Arizona 82-72. NCAA CHAMPION

SEEDINGS

Win-loss records of seeded teams since 1985:

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Seed Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Reg. Final #1 68-0 59-9 48-11 30-18 #2 64-4 44-20 31-13 14-17 #3 55-13 30-25 15-15 8-7 #4 54-14 32-22 11-21 7-4 #5 48-20 22-26 3-19 2-1 #6 47-21 27-20 11-16 3-8 #7 40-28 11-29 3-8 0-3 #8 29-39 7-22 5-2 3-2 #9 39-29 2-37 1-1 0-0 #10 28-40 13-15 5-8 0-5 #11 21-47 9-12 3-6 1-2 #12 20-48 11-9 0-11 0-0 #13 14-54 3-11 0-3 0-0 #14 13-55 2-11 0-2 0-0 #15 4-64 0-4 0-0 0-0 #16 0-68 0-0 0-0 0-0 Seed Final 4 Champ. All Games 2001 #1 15-13 10-7 231-58 16-3 #2 6-7 4-3 163-65 8-4 #3 5-2 1-5 114-67 8-4 #4 2-5 1-1 107-67 4-4 #5 1-1 0-1 76-68 3-4 #6 2-1 1-1 91-67 4-4 #7 0-0 0-0 54-68 3-4 #8 1-2 1-0 46-67 0-4 #9 0-0 0-0 42-68 4-4 #10 0-0 0-0 46-68 3-4 #11 0-1 0-0 34-68 4-4 #12 0-0 0-0 31-68 3-4 #13 0-0 0-0 17-68 2-4 #14 0-0 0-0 15-68 0-4 #15 0-0 0-0 3-64 1-4 #16 0-0 0-0 0-64 0-4

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CHAMPIONSHIPS

BY STATE

FIFTEEN

* CALIFORNIA: Stanford, 1942; San Francisco, 1955-56; California, 1959; UCLA, 1964-65, 1967-73, 1975, 1995.

NINE

* KENTUCKY: Kentucky, 1948-49, 1951, 1958, 1978, 1996, 1998; Louisville, 1980, 1986.

EIGHT

* NORTH CAROLINA: North Carolina, 1957, 1982, 1993; N.C. State, 1974, 1983; Duke, 1991-92, 2001.

FIVE

* INDIANA: Indiana, 1940, 1953, 1976, 1981, 1987.

THREE

* MICHIGAN: Michigan State, 1979, 2000; Michigan, 1989.

* OHIO: Ohio State, 1960; Cincinnati, 1961-62.

TWO

* KANSAS: Kansas, 1952, 1988.

* OKLAHOMA: Oklahoma A&M (Oklahoma State), 1945-46.

* PENNSYLVANIA: La Salle, 1954; Villanova, 1985.

* WISCONSIN: Wisconsin, 1941; Marquette, 1977.

ONE

* ARIZONA: Arizona, 1997. ARKANSAS: Arkansas, 1994. CONNECTICUT: Connecticut, 1999. ILLINOIS: Loyola of Chicago, 1963. MASSACHUSETTS: Holy Cross, 1947. NEVADA: UNLV, 1990. NEW YORK: CCNY, 1950. OREGON: Oregon, 1939. TEXAS: Texas Western (Texas El Paso), 1966. UTAH: Utah, 1944. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Georgetown, 1984. WYOMING: Wyoming, 1943.

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