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We have compiled this complete all-time list of every NCAA Tournament champion since 1939.
The list also includes the NCAA Champions opponent and the two other teams that made it to the final four for every season. The seed is shown in paranthesis.
Facts, details and explanations below. Jump to: NCAA Tournament History. E-mail any questions.

Year

Champion

Opponent

Final 4

Final 4

Location

2016

Villanova (2)

UNC (1)

Oklahoma (2)

Syracuse (10)

Houston

2015

Duke (1)

Wisconsin (1)

Michigan State (7)

Kentucky (1)

Indianapolis

2014

UConn (7)

Kentucky (8)

Florida (1)

Wisconsin (2)

North Texas

2013

Louisville (1)

Michigan (4)

Wichita State (9)

Syracuse (4)

Atlanta

2012

Kentucky (1)

Kansas (2)

Louisville (4)

Ohio State (2)

New Orleans

2011

UConn (3)

Butler (8)

Kentucky (4)

VCU (11)

Houston

2010

Duke (1)

Butler (5)

West Virginia (2)

Michigan State (5)

Indianapolis

2009

North Carolina (1)

Michigan State (2)

Villanova (3)

Connecticut (1)

Detroit

2008

Kansas (1)

Memphis (1)

North Carolina (1)

UCLA (1)

San Antonio

2007

Florida (1)

Ohio State (1)

UCLA (2)

Georgetown (2)

Atlanta

2006

Florida (3)

UCLA (2)

George Mason (11)

LSU (4)

Indianapolis

2005

N. Carolina (1)

Illinois (1)

Michigan St. (5)

Louisville (4)

St. Louis

2004

UConn (2)

Ga. Tech (3)

Duke (1)

Okla. St. (2)

San Antonio

2003

Syracuse (3)

Kansas (2)

Texas (1)

Marquette (3)

New Orleans

2002

Maryland (1)

Indiana (5)

Kansas (1)

Oklahoma (2)

Atlanta

2001

Duke (1)

Arizona (2)

Maryland (3)

Michigan St. (1)

Minneapolis

2000

Michigan St. (1)

Florida (5)

Wisconsin (8)

North Carolina (8)

Indianapolis

1999

Connecticut (1)

Duke (1)

Ohio St. (4)

Michigan St. (1)

St. Petersburg

1998

Kentucky (2)

Utah (3)

Stanford (3)

North Carolina (1)

San Antonio

1997

Arizona (4)

Kentucky (1)

North Carolina (1)

Minnesota (1)

Indianapolis

1996

Kentucky (1)

Syracuse (4)

Umass (1)

Miss. St. (5)

E. Rutherford

1995

UCLA (1)

Arkansas (2)

Oklahoma St (4)

North Carolina (2)

Seattle

1994

Arkansas (1)

Duke (2)

Arizona (2)

Florida (3)

Charlotte

1993

North Carolina (1)

Michigan (1)

Kansas (2)

Kentucky (1)

New Orleans

1992

Duke (1)

Michigan (6)

Indiana (2)

Cincinnati (4)

Minneapolis

1991

Duke (1)

Kansas (3)

UNLV (1)

North Carolina (2)

Indianapolis

1990

UNLV (1)

Duke (3)

Georgia Tech (4)

Arkansas (4)

Denver

1989

Michigan (3)

Seton Hall (3)

Illinois (1)

Duke (2)

Seattle

1988

Kansas (6)

Oklahoma (1)

Duke (2)

Arizona (1)

Kansas City

1987

Indiana (1)

Syracuse (2)

UNLV (1)

Providence (6)

New Orleans

1986

Louisville (2)

Duke (1)

LSU (11)

Kansas (1)

Dallas

1985

Villanova (8)

Georgetown (1)

Memphis State (2)

St. John's (1)

Lexington

1984

Georgetown (1)

Houston (2)

Kentucky (1)

Virginia (7)

Seattle

1983

N.C. State (6)

Houston (1)

Louisville (1)

Georgia (4)

Albuquerque

1982

North Carolina (1)

Georgetown (1)

Houston (6)

Louisville (3)

New Orleans

1981

Indiana (3)

North Carolina (2)

Virginia (1)

LSU (1)

Philadelphia

1980

Louisville (2)

UCLA (8)

Purdue (6)

Iowa (5)

Indianapolis

1979

Michigan St. (2)

Indiana St. (1)

DePaul (2)

Pennsylvania (9)

Salt Lake City

1978

Kentucky

Duke

Arkansas

Notre Dame

Saint Louis

1977

Marquette

North Carolina

UNLV

UNC-Charlotte

Atlanta

1976

Indiana

Michigan

UCLA

Rutgers

Philadelphia

1975

UCLA

Kentucky

Louisville

Syracuse

San Diego

1974

N.C. State

Marquette

UCLA

Kansas

Greensboro

1973

UCLA

Memphis State

Indiana

Providence

Saint Louis

1972

UCLA

Florida State

North Carolina

Louisville

Los Angeles

1971

UCLA

Villanova

Western Kentucky

Kansas

Houston

1970

UCLA

Jacksonville

New Mexico State

Saint Bonaventure

College Park

1969

UCLA

Purdue

Drake

North Carolina

Louisville

1968

UCLA

North Carolina

Ohio State

Houston

Los Angeles

1967

UCLA

Dayton

Houston

North Carolina

Louisville

1966

Texas Western

Kentucky

Duke

Utah

College Park

1965

UCLA

Michigan

Princeton

Witchita State

Portland

1964

UCLA

Duke

Michigan

Kansas State

Kansas City

1963

Loyola (IL)

Cincinnati

Duke

Oregon State

Louisville

1962

Cincinnati

Ohio State

Wake Forest

UCLA

Louisville

1961

Cincinnati

Ohio State

St. Joseph's (PA)

Utah

Kansas City

1960

Ohio State

California

Cincinnati

NYU

San Francisco

1959

California

West Virginia

Cincinnati

Louisville

Louisville

1958

Kentucky

Seattle

Temple

Kansas State

Louisville

1957

North Carolina

Kansas

San Francisco

Michigan St.

Kansas City

1956

San Francisco

Iowa

Temple

SMU

Evanston

1955

San Francisco

LaSalle

Colorado

Iowa

Kansas City

1954

LaSalle

Bradley

Penn State

USC

Kansas City

1953

Indiana

Kansas

Washington

LSU

Kansas City

1952

Kansas

St. John's

Illinois

Santa Clara

Seattle

1951

Kentucky

Kansas State

Illinois

Oklahoma State

Minneapolis

1950

CCNY

Bradley

N.C. State

Baylor

New York

1949

Kentucky

Oklahoma State

Illinois

Oregon State

Seattle

1948

Kentucky

Baylor

Holy Cross

Kansas State

New York

1947

Holy Cross

Oklahoma

Texas

CCNY

New York

1946

Oklahoma State

North Carolina

Ohio State

California

New York

1945

Oklahoma State

NYU

Arkansas

Ohio State

New York

1944

Utah

Dartmouth

Iowa State

Ohio State

New York

1943

Wyoming

Georgetown

DePaul

Texas

New York

1942

Stanford

Dartmouth

Colorado

Kentucky

Kansas City

1941

Wisconsin

Washington State

Arkansas

Pittsburgh

Kansas City

1940

Indiana

Kansas

Duquesne

USC

Kansas City

1939

Oregon

Ohio State

Oklahoma St

Villanova

Evanston





NCAA Tournament History

Seeding of teams for the NCAA tournament began in 1979 (the seeds of the Final Four teams are listed in paranthesis).

National Champions
Lowest Seeded NCAA champions of All-Time:
· Villanova (1985)
#8 beat Georgetown
· Connecticut (2014)
#7 beat Kentucky
· N.C. State (1983)
#6 seed beat Houston
· Kansas (1988)
#6 beat Oklahoma

Lowest seeded Final Four appearances:
· Since 1985, when the tournament expanded to 64-teams, the lowests seeds to ever make it to the Final Four are Virginia Commonwealth (VCU) (#11 seed in 2011), George Mason (#11 seed in 2006) and LSU (#11 seed in 1986). LSU lost to #2 seed Louisville who was the eventual NCAA champ that year (led by center "Never Nervous" Pervis Ellison).

#1 Seeds:
· In 2006: For the first time since 1980, not one of the #1 seeds has advanced to the Final Four. #2 Seed Louisville beat #8 UCLA in the 1980 championship game. This happened again in 2011.