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1994 NCAA Men's Division I
Basketball Tournament
Teams 64
Finals Site Charlotte Coliseum
Charlotte, North Carolina
Champions Arkansas (1st title)
Runner-Up Duke (7th title game)
Semifinalists Arizona (2nd Final Four)
Florida (1st Final Four)
Winning Coach Nolan Richardson (1st title)
MOP Corliss Williamson Arkansas
Attendance 578,007
Top scorer Khalid Reeves Arizona
(137 points)
NCAA Men's Division I Tournaments
«1993  1995»

The 1994 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament involved 64 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of men's NCAA Division I college basketball. It began on March 17, 1994, and ended with the championship game on April 4 in Charlotte, North Carolina. A total of 63 games were played.

Arkansas, coached by Nolan Richardson, won the national title with a 76–72 victory in the final game over Duke, coached by Mike Krzyzewski. Corliss Williamson of Arkansas was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player.

Contents

Locations

Region Site Other Locations
East Miami, Florida Landover, Maryland, Uniondale, New York
Midwest Dallas, Texas Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Wichita, Kansas
Southeast Knoxville, Tennessee Lexington, Kentucky, St. Petersburg, Florida
West Los Angeles, California Ogden, Utah, Sacramento, California
Finals Charlotte, North Carolina

Teams

Region Seed Team Coach Finished Final Opponent Score
East
East 1 North Carolina Dean Smith Round of 32 9 Boston College L 75-72
East 2 Connecticut Jim Calhoun Sweet Sixteen 3 Florida L 69-60
East 3 Florida Lon Kruger National Semifinals 2 Duke L 70-65
East 4 Temple John Chaney Round of 32 5 Indiana L 67-58
East 5 Indiana Bob Knight Sweet Sixteen 9 Boston College L 77-68
East 6 Nebraska Danny Nee Round of 64 11 Penn L 90-80
East 7 UAB Gene Bartow Round of 64 10 George Washington L 51-46
East 8 Washington State Kelvin Sampson Round of 64 9 Boston College L 67-64
East 9 Boston College Jim O'Brien Elite Eight 3 Florida L 74-66
East 10 George Washington Mike Jarvis Round of 32 2 Connecticut L 75-63
East 11 Penn Fran Dunphy Round of 32 3 Florida L 70-58
East 12 Ohio Larry Hunter Round of 64 5 Indiana L 84-72
East 13 Drexel Bill Herrion Round of 64 4 Temple L 61-39
East 14 James Madison Lefty Driesell Round of 64 3 Florida L 64-62
East 15 Rider Kevin Bannon Round of 64 2 Connecticut L 64-46
East 16 Liberty Jeff Meyer Round of 64 1 North Carolina L 71-51
Midwest
Midwest 1 Arkansas Nolan Richardson Champion 2 Duke W 76-72
Midwest 2 Massachusetts John Calipari Round of 32 10 Maryland L 95-87
Midwest 3 Michigan Steve Fisher Elite Eight 1 Arkansas L 76-68
Midwest 4 Oklahoma State Eddie Sutton Round of 32 12 Tulsa L 82-80
Midwest 5 UCLA Jim Harrick Round of 64 12 Tulsa L 112-102
Midwest 6 Texas Tom Penders Round of 32 3 Michigan L 84-79
Midwest 7 Saint Louis Charlie Spoonhour Round of 64 10 Maryland L 74-66
Midwest 8 Illinois Lou Henson Round of 64 9 Georgetown L 84-77
Midwest 9 Georgetown John Thompson Round of 32 1 Arkansas L 85-73
Midwest 10 Maryland Gary Williams Sweet Sixteen 3 Michigan L 78-71
Midwest 11 Western Kentucky Ralph Willard Round of 64 6 Texas L 91-77
Midwest 12 Tulsa Tubby Smith Sweet Sixteen 1 Arkansas L 103-84
Midwest 13 New Mexico State Neil McCarthy Round of 64 4 Oklahoma State L 65-55
Midwest 14 Pepperdine Tom Asbury Round of 64 3 Michigan L 78-74
Midwest 15 Southwest Texas State Jim Wooldridge Round of 64 2 Massachusetts L 78-60
Midwest 16 North Carolina A&T Jeff Capel Round of 64 1 Arkansas L 94-79
Southeast
Southeast 1 Purdue Gene Keady Elite Eight 2 Duke L 69-60
Southeast 2 Duke Mike Krzyzewski Runner Up 1 Arkansas L 76-72
Southeast 3 Kentucky Rick Pitino Round of 32 6 Marquette L 75-63
Southeast 4 Kansas Roy Williams Sweet Sixteen 1 Purdue L 83-78
Southeast 5 Wake Forest Dave Odom Round of 32 4 Kansas L 69-58
Southeast 6 Marquette Kevin O'Neill Sweet Sixteen 2 Duke L 59-49
Southeast 7 Michigan State Jud Heathcote Round of 32 2 Duke L 85-74
Southeast 8 Providence Rick Barnes Round of 64 9 Alabama L 76-70
Southeast 9 Alabama David Hobbs Round of 32 1 Purdue L 83-73
Southeast 10 Seton Hall P.J. Carlesimo Round of 64 7 Michigan State L 84-73
Southeast 11 Southwestern Louisiana Marty Fletcher Round of 64 6 Marquette L 81-59
Southeast 12 College of Charleston John Kresse Round of 64 5 Wake Forest L 68-58
Southeast 13 Chattanooga Mack McCarthy Round of 64 4 Kansas L 102-73
Southeast 14 Tennessee State Frankie Allen Round of 64 3 Kentucky L 83-70
Southeast 15 Texas Southern Robert Moreland Round of 64 2 Duke L 82-70
Southeast 16 Central Florida Kirk Speraw Round of 64 1 Purdue L 98-67
West
West 1 Missouri Norm Stewart Elite Eight 2 Arizona L 92-72
West 2 Arizona Lute Olson National Semifinals 1 Arkansas L 91-82
West 3 Louisville Denny Crum Sweet Sixteen 2 Arizona L 82-70
West 4 Syracuse Jim Boeheim Sweet Sixteen 1 Missouri L 98-88
West 5 California Todd Bozeman Round of 64 12 Wisconsin–Green Bay L 61-57
West 6 Minnesota Clem Haskins Round of 32 3 Louisville L 60-55
West 7 Virginia Jeff Jones Round of 32 2 Arizona L 71-58
West 8 Cincinnati Bob Huggins Round of 64 9 Wisconsin L 80-72
West 9 Wisconsin Stu Jackson Round of 32 1 Missouri L 109-96
West 10 New Mexico Dave Bliss Round of 64 7 Virginia L 57-54
West 11 Southern Illinois Rich Herrin Round of 64 6 Minnesota L 74-60
West 12 UW–Green Bay Dick Bennett Round of 32 4 Syracuse L 64-59
West 13 Hawaiʻi Riley Wallace Round of 64 4 Syracuse L 92-78
West 14 Boise State Bob Dye Round of 64 3 Louisville L 67-58
West 15 Loyola, Maryland Skip Prosser Round of 64 2 Arizona L 81-55
West 16 Navy Don DeVoe Round of 64 1 Missouri L 76-53

Bracket

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East region

  First round Second round Sweet Sixteen Elite Eight
                                     
1  North Carolina 71  
16  Liberty 51  
  1  North Carolina 72  
 
  9  Boston College 75  
8  Washington St. 64
9  Boston College 67  
  9  Boston College 77  
  5  Indiana 68  
5  Indiana 84  
12  Ohio U 72  
  5  Indiana 67
 
  4  Temple 58  
4  Temple 61
13  Drexel 39  
  9  Boston College 66
  3  Florida 74
6  Nebraska 80  
11  Pennsylvania 90  
  11  Pennsylvania 58
 
  3  Florida 70  
3  Florida 64
14  James Madison 62  
  3  Florida 69
  2  Connecticut 60*  
7  UAB 46  
10  George Washington 51  
  10  George Washington 63
 
  2  Connecticut 75  
2  Connecticut 64
15  Rider 46  

Southeast region

  First round Second round Sweet Sixteen Elite Eight
                                     
1  Purdue 98  
16  Central Florida 67  
  1  Purdue 83  
 
  9  Alabama 73  
8  Providence 70
9  Alabama 76  
  1  Purdue 83  
  4  Kansas 78  
5  Wake Forest 68  
12  College of Charleston 58  
  5  Wake Forest 58
 
  4  Kansas 69  
4  Kansas 102
13  Tennessee-Chattanooga 73  
  1  Purdue 60
  2  Duke 69
6  Marquette 81  
11  Southwest Louisiana 59  
  6  Marquette 75
 
  3  Kentucky 63  
3  Kentucky 83
14  Tennessee St. 70  
  6  Marquette 49
  2  Duke 59  
7  Michigan St. 84  
10  Seton Hall 73  
  7  Michigan St. 74
 
  2  Duke 85  
2  Duke 82
15  Texas Southern 70  

Midwest region

  First round Second round Sweet Sixteen Elite Eight
                                     
1  Arkansas 94  
16  North Carolina A&T 79  
  1  Arkansas 85  
 
  9  Georgetown 73  
8  Illinois 77
9  Georgetown 84  
  1  Arkansas 103  
  12  Tulsa 84  
5  UCLA 102  
12  Tulsa 112  
  12  Tulsa 82
 
  4  Oklahoma St. 80  
4  Oklahoma St. 65
13  New Mexico St 55  
  1  Arkansas 76
  3  Michigan 68
6  Texas 91  
11  Western Kentucky 77  
  6  Texas 79
 
  3  Michigan 84  
3  Michigan 78
14  Pepperdine 74*  
  3  Michigan 78
  10  Maryland 71  
7  St Louis 66  
10  Maryland 74  
  10  Maryland 95
 
  2  Massachusetts 87  
2  Massachusetts 78
15  Southwest Texas St. 60  

West region

  First round Second round Sweet Sixteen Elite Eight
                                     
1  Missouri 76  
16  Navy 53  
  1  Missouri 109  
 
  9  Wisconsin 96  
8  Cincinnati 72
9  Wisconsin 80  
  1  Missouri 98  
  4  Syracuse 88*  
5  California 57  
12  UW–Green Bay 61  
  12  UW–Green Bay 59
 
  4  Syracuse 64  
4  Syracuse 92
13  Hawaii 78  
  1  Missouri 72
  2  Arizona 92
6  Minnesota 74  
11  Southern Illinois 60  
  6  Minnesota 55
 
  3  Louisville 60  
3  Louisville 67
14  Boise St. 58  
  3  Louisville 70
  2  Arizona 82  
7  Virginia 57  
10  New Mexico 54  
  7  Virginia 58
 
  2  Arizona 71  
2  Arizona 81
15  Loyola-MD 55  

Final Four

  National Semifinals National Championship Game
                 
E3  Florida 65  
SE2  Duke 70  
    SE2  Duke 72
  M1  Arkansas 76
M1  Arkansas 91
W2  Arizona 82  

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