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NCAA : les champions

Depuis 1901, les universités américaines se disputent chaque année le titre de champion national. Jusqu'en 1937, le titre était decerné au terme d'une saison régulière, mais, depuis 1939, les meilleures équipes de l'année se retrouvent au mois de mars pour disputer un tournoi final, la March Madness.

Championnat NCAA

Jusqu'en 1937, le titre universitaire se déroulait lors d'une saison régulière.

Année Champion Résultats
1901 Yale 10-4
1902 Minnesota 11-0
1903 Yale 15-1
1904 Columbia 17-1
1905 Columbia 19-1
1906 Dartmouth 16-2
1907 Chicago 22-2
1908 Chicago 21-2
1909 Chicago 12-0
1910 Columbia 11-1
1911 St. John's 14-0
1912 Wisconsin 15-0
1913 Navy 9-0
1914 Wisconsin 15-0
1915 Illinois 16-0
1916 Wisconsin 20-1
1917 Washington State 25-1
1918 Syracuse 16-1
1919 Minnesota 13-0
1920 Pennsylvania 22-1
1921 Pennsylvania 21-2
1922 Kansas 16-2
1923 Kansas 17-1
1924 North Carolina 25-0
1925 Princeton 21-2
1926 Syracuse 19-1
1927 Notre Dame 19-1
1928 Pittsburgh 21-0
1929 Montana State 36-2
1930 Pittsburgh 23-2
1931 Northwestern 16-1
1932 Purdue 17-1
1933 Kentucky 20-3
1934 Wyoming 26-3
1935 New York University 19-1
1936 Notre Dame 22-2-1
1937 Stanford 25-2

NCAA March Madness

1939 Oregon Ohio State 46-33
1940 Indiana Kansas 60-42
1941 Wisconsin Washington State 39-34
1942 Stanford Dartmouth 53-38
1943 Wyoming Georgetown 46-34
1944 Utah Dartmouth 42-40(OT)
1945 Oklahoma State New York University 49-45
1946 Oklahoma State North Carolina 43-40
1947 Holy Cross Oklahoma 58-47
1948 Kentucky Baylor 58-42
1949 Kentucky Oklahoma State 46-36
1950 City College of New York Bradley 71-68
1951 Kentucky Kansas State 68-58
1952 Kansas St. John's 80-63
1953 Indiana Kansas 69-68
1954 La Salle Bradley 92-76
1955 San Francisco La Salle 77-63
1956 San Francisco Iowa 83-71
1957 North Carolina Kansas 54-53(OT)
1958 Kentucky Seattle 84-72
1959 California West Virginia 71-70
1960 Ohio State California 75-55
1961 Cincinnati Ohio State 70-65(OT)
1962 Cincinnati Ohio State 71-59
1963 Loyola (IL) Cincinnati 60-58(OT)
1964 UCLA Duke 98-83
1965 UCLA Michigan 91-80
1966 Texas Western(UTEP) Kentucky 72-65
1967 UCLA Dayton 79-64
1968 UCLA North Carolina 78-55
1969 UCLA Purdue 92-72
1970 UCLA Jacksonville 80-69
1971 UCLA Villanova 68-62
1972 UCLA Florida State 81-76
1973 UCLA Memphis State 87-66
1974 North Carolina State Marquette 76-64
1975 UCLA Kentucky 92-85
1976 Indiana Michigan 86-68
1977 Marquette North Carolina 67-59
1978 Kentucky Duke 94-88
1979 Michigan State Indiana State 75-64
1980 Louisville UCLA 59-54
1981 Indiana North Carolina 63-50
1982 North Carolina Georgetown 63-62
1983 North Carolina State Houston 54-52
1984 Georgetown Houston 84-75
1985 Villanova Georgetown 66-64
1986 Louisville Duke 72-69
1987 Indiana Syracuse 74-73
1988 Kansas Oklahoma 83-79
1989 Michigan Seton Hall 80-79(OT)
1990 UNLV Duke 103-73
1991 Duke Kansas 72-65
1992 Duke Michigan 71-51
1993 North Carolina Michigan 77-71
1994 Arkansas Duke 76-72
1995 UCLA Arkansas 89-78
1996 Kentucky Syracuse 76-67
1997 Arizona Kentucky 84-79(OT)
1998 Kentucky Utah 78-69
1999 Connecticut Duke 77-74
2000 Michigan State Florida 89-76
2001 Duke Arizona 82-72
2002 Maryland Indiana 64-52

2003

Syracuse Kansas 81-78
2004     Connecticut               Georgia Tech   82-73
2005 North Carolina Illinois 75-70
2006 Florida UCLA 73-57
2007 Florida Ohio State 84-75
2008 Kansas Memphis 75-68 OT
2009 North Carolina Michigan State 89-72

Most Outstanding Player

Le titre de Most Outstanding Player est remis chaque année au meilleur joueur du Final Four.

    

(Joakim Noah, MOP 2006 avec Florida)

2009 Wayne Ellington North Carolina 39 pts, 13 reb
2008 Mario Chalmers Kansas 29 pts, 7 stl
2007 Corey Brewer Florida 32 pts, 10 reb
2006 Joakim Noah Florida 28 pts, 10 blks
2005 Sean May North Carolina 48 pts, 17 reb
2004 Emeka Okafor UConn 42 pts, 22 reb
2003 Carmelo Anthony Syracuse 53 pts, 24 reb
2002 Juan Dixon Maryland 51 pts, 7 stl
2001 Shane Battier Duke 43 pts, 19 reb
2000 Mateen Cleaves Michigan State 29 pts, 5 asts
1999 Richard Hamilton UConn 51 pts, 12 reb
1998 Jeff Sheppard Kentucky 16-29, 43 pts
1997 Miles Simon Arizona 54 pts, 8 reb
1996 Tony Delk Kentucky 8-16 3-pointers
1995 Ed O'Bannon UCLA 45 pts, 25 reb
1994 Corliss Williamson Arkansas 52 pts, 21 reb
1993 Donald Williams North Carolina 10-14 3-pointers
1992 Bobby Hurley Duke 35 pts, 11 asts
1991 Christian Laettner Duke 46 pts, 17 reb
1990 Anderson Hunt UNLV 19-31, 49 pts
1989 Glen Rice Michigan 59 pts, 16 reb
1988 Danny Manning Kansas 56 pts, 17 reb
1987 Keith Smart Indiana 14-22 fgs, 35 pts
1986 Pervis Ellison Louisville 36 pts, 24 reb
1985 Ed Pinckney Villanova 28 pts, 15 reb
1984 Patrick Ewing Georgetown 18 reb, 15 blks
1983 Akeem Olajuwon* Houston 41 pts, 40 reb
1982 James Worthy North Carolina 20-27 fgs, 42 pts
1981 Isiah Thomas Indiana 37 pts, 9 asts
1980 Darrell Griffith Louisville 57 pts, 15 asts
1979 Earvin Johnson Michigan State 53 pts, 17 reb
1978 Jack Givens Kentucky 64 pts, 17 reb
1977 Butch Lee Marquette 30 pts, 6 reb
1976 Kent Benson Indiana 41 pts, 18 reb
1975 Richard Washington UCLA 54 pts, 20 reb
1974 David Thompson North Carolina St. 49 pts, 17 reb
1973 Bill Walton UCLA 28-34 fgs, 58 pts
1972 Bill Walton UCLA 57 pts, 41 reb
1971 Howard Porter* Villanova 47 pts, 24 reb
1970 Sidney Wicks UCLA 39 pts, 34 reb
1969 Lew Alcindor UCLA 62 pts, 41 reb
1968 Lew Alcindor UCLA 53 pts, 34 reb
1967 Lew Alcindor UCLA 39 pts, 38 rbs
1966 Jerry Chambers* Utah 70 pts, 35 reb
1965 Bill Bradley* Princeton 87 pts, 24 reb
1964 Walt Hazzard UCLA 30 pts, 10 reb
1963 Art Heyman* Duke 51 pts, 19 reb
1962 Paul Hogue Cincinnati 59 pts, 38 reb
1961 Jerry Lucas* Ohio State 20-28 fgs, 56 pts
1960 Jerry Lucas Ohio State 35 pts, 23 reb
1959 Jerry West West Virginia 66 pts, 25 reb
1958 Elgin Baylor* Seattle 48 pts, 41 reb
1957 Wilt Chamberlain* Kansas 55 pts, 25 reb
1956 Hal Lear* Temple 80 pts
1955 Bill Russell San Francisco 47 pts
1954 Tom Gola La Salle 38 pts
1953 B.H. Born* Kansas 51 pts
1952 Clyde Lovellette Kansas 66 pts
1951 Bill Spivey Kentucky 50 pts, 37 reb
1950 Irwin Dambrot CCNY 28 pts
1949 Alex Groza Kentucky 52 pts
1948 Alex Groza Kentucky 37 pts
1947 George Kaftan Holy Cross 48 pts
1946 Bob Kurland Oklahoma State 52 pts
1945 Bob Kurland Oklahoma State 37 pts
1944 Arnie Ferrin Utah 28 pts
1943 Ken Sailors Wyoming 28 pts
1942 Howie Dallmar Stanford 20 pts
1941 John Kotz Wisconsin 22 pts
1940 Marv Huffman Indiana 18 pts
1939 Jimmy Hull Ohio State 40 pts

       * Membre de l'équipe finaliste

National Invitational Tournament

Le National Invitational Tournament, ou NIT, est le second tournoi de fin de saison après la March Madness. Trente-deux équipes y participent chaque année. Les champions de saison régulière de chaque conférence y sont conviés ainsi que les meilleures équipes non-qualifiées pour la March Madness.

Année Résultat MVP
1938 Temple 60, Colorado 36 Don Shields, Temple
1939 LIU-Brooklyn 44, Loyola (IL) 32 Bill Lloyd, St. John's
1940 Colorado 51, Duquesne 40 Bob Doll, Colorado
1941 LIU-Brooklyn 56, Ohio U. 42 Frank Baumholtz, Ohio U.
1942 West Virginia 47, W. Kentucky 45 Rudy Baric, West Virginia
1943 St. John's 48, Toledo 27 Harry Boykoff, St. John's
1944 St. John's 47, DePaul 39 Bill Kotsores, St. John's
1945 DePaul 71, Bowling Green 54 George Mikan, DePaul
1946 Kentucky 46, Rhode Island 45 Ernie Calverley, Rhode Island
1947 Utah 49, Kentucky 45 Vern Gardner, Utah
1948 Saint Louis 65, NYU 52 Ed Macauley, St. Louis
1949 San Francisco 48, Loyola (IL) 47 Don Lofgan, San Francisco
1950 CCNY 69, Bradley 61 Ed Warner, CCNY
1951 BYU 62, Dayton 43 Roland Minson, BYU
1952 La Salle 75, Dayton 64 Tom Gola & Norm Grekin, La Salle
1953 Seton Hall 58, St. John's 46 Walter Dukes, Seton Hall
1954 Holy Cross 71, Duquesne 62 Togo Palazzi, Holy Cross
1955 Duquesne 70, Dayton 58 Maurice Stokes, St. Francis-PA
1956 Louisville 93, Dayton 80 Charlie Tyra, Louisville
1957 Bradley 84, Memphis St. 83 Win Wilfong, Memphis St.
1958 Xavier-OH 78, Dayton 74 (OT) Hank Stein, Xavier-OH
1959 St. John's 76, Bradley 71 (OT) Tony Jackson, St. John's
1960 Bradley 88, Providence 72 Lenny Wilkens, Providence
1961 Providence 62, St. Louis 59 Vinny Ernst, Providence
1962 Dayton 73, St. John's 67 Bill Chmielewski, Dayton
1963 Providence 81, Canisius 66 Ray Flynn, Providence
1964 Bradley 86, New Mexico 54 Lavern Tart, Bradley
1965 St. John's 55, Villanova 51 Ken McIntyre, St. John's
1966 BYU 97, NYU 84 Bill Melchionni, Villanova
1967 Southern Illinois 71, Marquette 56 Walt Frazier, So. Illinois
1968 Dayton 61, Kansas 48 Don May, Dayton
1969 Temple 89, Boston Coll. 76 Terry Driscoll, Boston College
1970 Marquette 65, St. John's 53 Dean Meminger, Marquette
1971 N. Carolina 84, Georgia Tech 66 Bill Chamberlain, N. Carolina
1972 Maryland 100, Niagara 69 Tom McMillen, Maryland
1973 Virginia Tech 92, Notre Dame 91 (OT) John Shumate, Notre Dame
1974 Purdue 97, Utah 81 Mike Sojourner, Utah
1975 Princeton 80, Providence 69 Ron Lee, Oregon
1976 Kentucky 71, NC-Charlotte 67 Cedric Maxwell, NC-Charlotte
1977 St. Bonaventure 94, Houston 91 Greg Sanders, St. Bonaventure
1978 Texas 101, N. Carolina St. 93 Ron Baxter & Jim Krivacs, Texas
1979 Indiana 53, Purdue 52 Clarence Carter & Ray Tolbert, Indiana
1980 Virginia 58, Minnesota 55 Ralph Sampson, Virginia
1981 Tulsa 86, Syracuse 84 (OT) Greg Stewart, Tulsa
1982 Bradley 67, Purdue 58 Mitchell Anderson, Bradley
1983 Fresno St. 69, DePaul 60 Ron Anderson, Fresno St.
1984 Michigan 83, Notre Dame 6i3 Tim McCormick, Michigan
1985 UCLA 65, Indiana 62 Reggie Miller, UCLA
1986 Ohio St. 73, Wyoming 63 Brad Sellers, Ohio St.
1987 Southern Miss. 84, La Salle 80 Randolph Keys, So. Miss.
1988 Connecticut 72, Ohio St. 67 Phil Gamble, Connecticut
1989 St. John's 73, St. Louis 65 Jayson Williams, St. John's
1990 Vanderbilt 74, St. Louis 72 Scott Draud, Vanderbilt
1991 Stanford 78, Oklahoma 72 Adam Keefe, Stanford
1992 Virginia 81, Notre Dame 76 (OT) Bryant Stith, Virginia
1993 Minnesota 62, Georgetown 61 Voshon Lenard, Minnesota
1994 Villanova 80, Vanderbilt 73 Doremus Bennerman, Siena
1995 Virginia Tech 65, Marquette 64 (OT) Shawn Smith, Va. Tech
1996 Nebraska 60, St. Joseph's 56 Erick Strickland, Nebraska
1997 Michigan 82, Florida St. 72 Robert Traylor, Michigan
1998 Minnesota 79, Penn St. 72 Kevin Clark, Minnesota
1999 California 61, Clemson 60 Sean Lampley, California
2000 Wake Forest 71, Notre Dame 61 Robert O'Kelley, Wake Forest
2001 Tulsa 79, Alabama 60 Marcus Hill, Tulsa
2002 Memphis 72, South Carolina 62 DaJuan Wagner, Memphis
2003 St. John's 70, Georgetown 67 Marcus Hatten, St. John's
2004 Michigan 62, Rutgers 55 Daniel Horton, Michigan
2005 South Carolina 60, St. Joseph's 57 Carlos Powell, South Carolina
2006 South Carolina 76, Michigan 64 Renaldo Balkman, South Carolina
2007 West Virginia 78, Clemson 73 Frank Young, West Virginia
2008 Ohio St. 92, Massachusetts 85 Kosta Koufos, Ohio St.
2009 Penn State 69, Baylor 63 Jamelle Cornley, Penn State


 

 

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