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HISTORIA DEPORTIVA

29 de enero de 2010

NCAA de baloncesto masculino hasta 2010

PalmarĂ©s histĂłrico previo a la temporada 2009/2010 de todas las universidades campeonas en la NCAA DI del baloncesto universitario masculino.


 

CAMPEÓN

Head Coach

Final

SUBCAMPEÓN

1939

Oregon

Howard Hobson

46–33

Ohio State

1940

Indiana

Branch McCracken

60–42

Kansas

1941

Wisconsin

Bud Foster

39–34

Washington State

1942

Stanford

Everett Dean

53–38

Dartmouth

1943

Wyoming

Everett Shelton

46–34

Georgetown

1944

Utah

Vadal Peterson

42–40

Dartmouth

1945

Oklahoma A&M

Henry Iba

49–45

NYU

1946

Oklahoma A&M

Henry Iba

43–40

North Carolina

1947

Holy Cross

Doggie Julian

58–47

Oklahoma

1948

Kentucky

Adolph Rupp

58–42

Baylor

1949

Kentucky

Adolph Rupp

46–36

Oklahoma A&M

1950

CCNY

Nat Holman

71–68

Bradley

1951

Kentucky

Adolph Rupp

68–58

Kansas State

1952

Kansas

Phog Allen

80–63

St. John's

1953

Indiana

Branch McCracken

69–68

Kansas

1954

La Salle

Ken Loeffler

92–76

Bradley

1955

San Francisco

Phil Woolpert

77–63

La Salle

1956

San Francisco

Phil Woolpert

83–71

Iowa

1957

North Carolina

Frank McGuire

54–53

Kansas

1958

Kentucky

Adolph Rupp

84–72

Seattle

1959

California

Pete Newell

71–70

West Virginia

1960

Ohio State

Fred Taylor

75–55

California

1961

Cincinnati

Ed Jucker

70–65*

Ohio State

1962

Cincinnati

Ed Jucker

71–59

Ohio State

1963

Loyola Chicago

George Ireland

60–58

Cincinnati

1964

UCLA

John Wooden

98–83

Duke

1965

UCLA

John Wooden

91–80

Michigan

1966

Texas Western

Don Haskins

72–65

Kentucky

1967

UCLA

John Wooden

79–64

Dayton

1968

UCLA

John Wooden

78–55

North Carolina

1969

UCLA

John Wooden

92–72

Purdue

1970

UCLA

John Wooden

80–69

Jacksonville

1971

UCLA

John Wooden

68–62

Villanova

1972

UCLA

John Wooden

81–76

Florida State

1973

UCLA

John Wooden

87–66

Memphis State

1974

North Carolina State

Norm Sloan

76–64

Marquette

1975

UCLA

John Wooden

92–85

Kentucky

1976

Indiana

Bob Knight

86–68

Michigan

1977

Marquette

Al McGuire

67–59

North Carolina

1978

Kentucky

Joe B. Hall

94–88

Duke

1979

Michigan State

Jud Heathcote

75–64

Indiana State

1980

Louisville

Denny Crum

59–54

UCLA

1981

Indiana

Bob Knight

63–50

North Carolina

1982

North Carolina

Dean Smith

63–62

Georgetown

1983

North Carolina State

Jim Valvano

54–52

Houston

1984

Georgetown

John Thompson

84–75

Houston

1985

Villanova

Rollie Massimino

66–64

Georgetown

1986

Louisville

Denny Crum

72–69

Duke

1987

Indiana

Bob Knight

74–73

Syracuse

1988

Kansas

Larry Brown

83–79

Oklahoma

1989

Michigan

Steve Fisher

80–79

Seton Hall

1990

UNLV

Jerry Tarkanian

103–73

Duke

1991

Duke

Mike Krzyzewski

72–65

Kansas

1992

Duke

Mike Krzyzewski

71–51

Michigan

1993

North Carolina

Dean Smith

77–71

Michigan

1994

Arkansas

Nolan Richardson

76–72

Duke

1995

UCLA

Jim Harrick

89–78

Arkansas

1996

Kentucky

Rick Pitino

76–67

Syracuse

1997

Arizona

Lute Olson

84–79

Kentucky

1998

Kentucky

Tubby Smith

78–69

Utah

1999

Connecticut

Jim Calhoun

77–74

Duke

2000

Michigan State

Tom Izzo

89–76

Florida

2001

Duke

Mike Krzyzewski

82–72

Arizona

2002

Maryland

Gary Williams

64–52

Indiana

2003

Syracuse

Jim Boeheim

81–78

Kansas

2004

Connecticut

Jim Calhoun

82–73

Georgia Tech

2005

North Carolina

Roy Williams

75–70

Illinois

2006

Florida

Billy Donovan

73–57

UCLA

2007

Florida

Billy Donovan

84–75

Ohio State

2008

Kansas

Bill Self

75–68

Memphis

2009

North Carolina

Roy Williams

89–72

Michigan State

2010

Duke

Mike Krzyzewski

61–59

Butler

2011

Connecticut

Jim Calhoun

53–41

Butler