1992 NAIA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament

The 1992 NAIA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament was held in March at Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Missouri. The 55th annual NAIA basketball tournament featured 32 teams playing in a single-elimination format.[1]

1992 (1992) NAIA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament
Teams32
ChampionsOklahoma City
(2 title, 2 title game,
2 Fab Four)
Runner-UpCentral Arkansas
(2 title game,
2 Fab Four)
SemifinalistsBYU Hawaii
Pfeiffer
Chuck Taylor MVPSmokey McCovery
(Oklahoma City)
Charles Stevenson
Hustle Award
Tony Smith
(Pfeiffer)
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Awards and honorsEdit

  • Leading scorers:
  • Leading rebounder:
  • Player of the Year: est. 1994.[2]

1992 NAIA bracketEdit

First Round Second Round Elite Eight NAIA National Semifinals NAIA National Championship
               
1 Oklahoma City 107
Columbia Union 73
1 Oklahoma City 96
16 Urbana 89
16 Urbana 92
St. Mary’s (MI) 90
1 Oklahoma City 97
TOP TIER
Cumberland (KY) 63
Cumberland (KY) 51
9 Taylor 48
Cumberland (KY) 76
Olivet Nazarene 62
Olivet Nazarene 82
8 Wayland Baptist 65
1 Oklahoma City 102
5 Pfeiffer 92
5 Pfeiffer 104
Berry 64
5 Pfeiffer 59
- Minnesota Duluth 53
Minnesota–Duluth 66
12 Faulkner 57
5 Pfeiffer 99
TOP TIER
4 Biola 83
13 NW Oklahoma State 60
Wisconsin–Eau Claire 58
13 NW Oklahoma State 51
4 Biola 64
4 Biola 71
Union (TN) 70
1 Oklahoma City 82
7 Central Arkansas 73
3 Georgetown (KY) 97
Lewis–Clark State 74
3 Georgetown (KY) 72
14 Birmingham Southern 71
14 Birmingham–Southern 98
Malone 96
3 Georgetown (KY) 70
BOTTOM TIER
6 BYU–Hawaii 72
11 Lipscomb 67
Findlay 66
11 Lipscomb 66
6 BYU–Hawaii 90
6 BYU–Hawaii 78
Emporia State 75
6 BYU–Hawaii 65
7 Central Arkansas 72
7 Central Arkansas 77
Charleston (WV) 70
7 Central Arkansas 87
Spring Hill 83
Spring Hill 90
10 Briar Cliff 66
7 Central Arkansas 74
BOTTOM TIER
15 Erskine 62
15 Erskine 101
McKendree 90
15 Erskine 66
2 Wisconsin–Stevens Point 64
2 Wisconsin–Stevens Point 58
Western State (CO) 54
  •  * denotes overtime.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "NAIA.org". Archived from the original on May 5, 2009. Retrieved May 18, 2020.
  2. ^ "NAIA DIVISION I MEN'S BASKETBALL - Championship History" (PDF). December 23, 2008. Archived from the original (PDF) on May 5, 2009. Retrieved May 22, 2013.