NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament bids by school

This is a list of NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament bids by school and is updated through 2022.[1] There are currently 68 bids possible each year (32 automatic qualifiers, 36 at-large). Schools not currently in Division I are in italics (e.g. CCNY) and some have appeared under prior names (e.g., UTEP went by Texas Western in 1966). Vacated appearances are excluded from the Bids table and noted below it.

BidsEdit

As the tournament field started with only 8 teams in 1939 (all "Elite 8" by default), it was not until 1975 that all teams needed to win to advance to an alliteratively-named round (e.g. Elite 8, Sweet 16), hence some gaps may appear in the table for bids prior to 1951.

  • 1939-1950: 8 teams
  • 1951-1952: 16 teams
  • 1953-1974: varied from 22 to 25 teams
  • 1975-present: 32 or more teams
Bids by school Most recent Sweet 16 Elite 8 Final 4 Finals Champions
# School Bid Win Last # Last # Last # Last # Last #
59 Kentucky[note 1] 2022 2019 2019 44 2019 38 2015 17 2014 12 2012 8
52 North Carolina 2022 2022 2022 35 2022 29 2022 21 2022 12 2017 6
50 Kansas 2022 2022 2022 32 2022 25 2022 16 2022 10 2022 4
49 UCLA[note 2] 2022 2022 2022 35 2021 22 2021 19 2006 12 1995 11
44 Duke 2022 2022 2022 32 2022 23 2022 17 2015 11 2015 5
39 Louisville[note 3][2] 2019 2017 2009 24 2009 11 2005 8 1986 2 1986 2
37 Syracuse[3][4] 2021 2021 2021 24 2016 10 2016 6 2003 3 2003 1
40 Indiana 2022 2022 2016 22 2002 11 2002 8 2002 6 1987 5
40 Villanova[note 4] 2022 2022 2022 19 2022 14 2022 7 2018 3 2018 3
37 Notre Dame 2022 2022 2016 17 2016 7 1978 1
36 Texas 2022 2022 2008 10 2008 7 2003 3
35 Michigan State 2022 2022 2019 20 2019 14 2019 10 2009 3 2000 2
34 Arizona[note 5] 2022 2022 2022 20 2015 11 2001 4 2001 2 1997 1
34 Arkansas 2022 2022 2022 13 2022 12 1995 6 1995 2 1994 1
34 Marquette[note 6] 2022 2013 2013 16 2013 7 2003 3 1977 2 1977 1
34 UConn[note 7] 2022 2016 2014 17 2014 11 2014 5 2014 4 2014 4
33 Cincinnati 2019 2018 2012 13 1996 8 1992 6 1963 3 1962 2
33 Oklahoma 2021 2021 2016 10 2016 9 2016 5 1988 2
33 Temple 2019 2013 2001 7 2001 8 1958 2
32 Illinois 2022 2022 2005 11 2005 9 2005 5 2005 1
32 Purdue[note 8] 2022 2022 2022 13 2019 5 1980 2 1969 1
31 Kansas State 2019 2018 2018 17 2018 13 1964 4 1951 1
31 Georgetown 2021 2015 2007 11 2007 9 2007 5 1985 4 1984 1
31 Ohio State[note 9] 2022 2022 2013 14 2012 14 2012 10 2007 5 1960 1
30 BYU 2021 2012 2011 7 1981 3
30 West Virginia 2021 2021 2018 11 2010 3 2010 2 1959 1
29 Oklahoma State 2021 2021 2005 11 2004 11 2004 6 1949 3 1946 2
29 St. John's[note 10] 2019 2000 1999 9 1999 6 1985 2 1952 1
29 Utah 2016 2016 2015 16 1998 6 1998 4 1998 2 1944 1
28 Iowa 2022 2021 1999 8 1987 4 1980 3 1956 1
28 Maryland[note 11] 2021 2021 2016 14 2002 4 2002 2 2002 1 2002 1
28 Xavier 2018 2018 2017 8 2017 3
27 Michigan[note 12] 2022 2022 2022 17 2021 14 2018 6 2018 4 1989 1
27 Missouri[note 13] 2021 2010 2009 6 2009 4
26 Pittsburgh 2016 2014 2009 7 2009 3 1941 1
26 Wisconsin 2022 2022 2017 10 2015 6 2015 4 2015 2 1941 1
25 North Carolina State[note 14] 2018 2015 2015 11 1986 6 1983 3 1983 2 1983 2
25 Princeton 2017 1998 1967 6 1965 1 1965 1
24 [a] Gonzaga 2022 2022 2022 12 2021 5 2021 2 2021 2
24 LSU 2022 2021 2019 10 2006 6 2006 4
24 Penn 2018 1994 1979 5 1979 3 1979 1
24 Tennessee 2022 2022 2019 8 2010 1
24 Virginia 2021 2019 2019 10 2019 7 2019 3 2019 1 2019 1
23 Creighton 2022 2022 2021 4 1941 1
23 Houston 2022 2022 2022 13 2022 7 2021 6 1984 2
23 Wake Forest 2017 2010 2004 9 1996 6 1962 1
23 [b] New Mexico State[note 15] 2022 2022 1992 4 1970 1 1970 1
22 Alabama[note 16] 2022 2021 2021 8 2004 1
22 [c] Utah State 2021 2001 1970 3 1970 2
22 Western Kentucky[note 17] 2013 2012 2008 6 1940 1
21 Florida[note 18] 2021 2021 2017 10 2017 9 2014 5 2007 3 2007 2
21 Iowa State 2022 2022 2022 6 2000 2 1944 1
21 Memphis[note 19] 2022 2022 2009 6 2007 4 1973 1 1973 1
21 Providence 2022 2022 2022 6 1997 4 1987 2
20 Saint Joseph's[note 20] 2016 2016 2004 6 2004 2
20 UNLV 2013 2008 2007 10 1991 5 1991 4 1990 1 1990 1
19 Southern California[note 21] 2022 2021 2021 5 2021 4 1954 2
18 Boston College 2009 2007 2006 9 1994 3
18 California[note 22] 2016 2013 1997 4 1960 3 1960 3 1960 2 1959 1
18 Dayton 2017 2015 2014 7 2014 3 1967 1 1967 1
18 DePaul[note 23] 2004 2004 1984 8 1979 3 1979 2
18 [d] Florida State 2021 2021 2021 7 2018 3 1972 1 1972 1
18 Murray State 2022 2022
18 Texas Tech[note 24] 2022 2022 2022 6 2019 2 2019 1 2019 1
18 VCU 2021 2016 2011 1 2011 1 2011 1
17 Georgia Tech 2021 2010 2004 7 2004 4 2004 2 2004 1
17 Miami (OH) 2007 1999 1999 4
17 Oregon 2021 2021 2021 8 2017 7 2017 2 1939 1 1939 1
17 San Francisco 2022 1979 1979 12 1974 7 1957 3 1956 2 1956 2
17 Stanford 2014 2014 2014 5 2001 3 1998 2 1942 1 1942 1
17 UTEP 2010 1992 1992 4 1966 1 1966 1 1966 1 1966 1
17 Washington 2019 2019 2010 7 1953 3 1953 1
16 Butler 2018 2018 2017 6 2011 2 2011 2 2011 2
16 Tulsa 2016 2003 2000 4 2000 1
16 UAB 2022 2015 2004 3 1982 1
16 Weber State 2016 1999 1972 2
16 Wichita State 2021 2017 2015 6 2013 4 2013 2
16 Wyoming 2022 2002 1987 4 1952 5 1943 1 1943 1 1943 1
15 Arizona State 2019 2019 1975 4 1975 3
15 Colorado 2021 2021 1969 5 1963 6 1955 2
15 Davidson 2022 2008 2008 4 2008 3
15 New Mexico 2014 2012 1974 2
15 Oregon State[note 25] 2021 2021 2021 6 2021 6 1963 2
15 Vanderbilt 2017 2012 2007 6 1965 1
14 Baylor 2022 2022 2021 5 2021 5 2021 3 2021 2 2021 1
14 Iona[note 26] 2021
14 Ohio 2021 2021 2012 3 1964 1
14 San Diego State 2022 2015 2014 2
14 Seton Hall 2022 2018 2000 4 1991 2 1989 1 1989 1
14 Texas A&M 2018 2018 2018 5
13 Holy Cross 2016 2016 1953 1 1953 4 1948 2 1947 1 1947 1
13 Pepperdine 2002 2000 1976 2
13 Virginia Tech 2022 2019 2019 2 1967 1
12 Chattanooga 2022 1997 1997 1
12 Clemson[note 27] 2021 2018 2018 3 1980 1
12 La Salle 2013 2013 2013 3 1955 2 1955 2 1955 2 1954 1
12 Montana 2019 2006 1975 1
12 Old Dominion 2019 2010
12 SMU 2017 1988 1967 6 1967 2 1956 1
11 Auburn 2022 2022 2019 5 2019 2 2019 1
11 Charlotte 2005 2001 1977 1 1977 1 1977 1
11 Colorado State 2022 2013 1969 2 1969 1
11 George Washington 2014 2006 1993 1
11 Idaho State 1987 1977 1977 5 1977 1
11 Miami (FL) 2022 2022 2022 4 2022 1
11 Mississippi State 2019 2008 1996 3 1996 1 1996 1
11 Navy 1998 1986 1986 3 1986 2
11 Oklahoma City 1973 1973 1965 5 1957 3
11 Saint Mary's 2022 2022 2010 2 1959 1
11 Santa Clara 1996 1996 1970 7 1969 5 1952 1
11 Seattle 1969 1964 1964 5 1958 1 1958 1 1958 1
11 [e] Winthrop 2021 2007
10 [f] East Tennessee State 2017 1992 1968 1
10 Georgia[note 28] 2015 2002 1996 2 1983 1 1983 1
10 Minnesota[note 29] 2019 2019 1990 3 1990 1
10 North Carolina A&T 2013 2013
10 Rhode Island 2018 2018 1998 2 1998 1
10 Richmond 2022 2022 2011 2
10 Saint Louis 2019 2014 1957 2 1952 1
10 Southern Illinois 2007 2007 2007 3
10 Texas Southern 2022 2022
9 [g] Bradley 2019 2006 2006 3 1955 3 1954 2 1954 2
9 Middle Tennessee 2017 2017
9 Nevada 2019 2018 2018 2
9 Northeastern 2019 1984
9 Ole Miss 2019 2015 2001 1
9 Pacific 2013 2005 1971 3 1967 1
9 Penn State 2011 2001 2001 4 1954 2 1954 1
9 South Carolina 2017 2017 2017 4 2017 1 2017 1
9 Southern 2016 1993
9 TCU 2022 2022 1968 4 1968 1
9 Valparaiso 2015 1998 1998 1
8 [h] Belmont 2019 2019
8 Boise State 2022
8 Bucknell 2018 2006
8 Eastern Kentucky 2014
8 Loyola Chicago 2022 2021 2021 5 2018 2 2018 2 1963 1 1963 1
8 Manhattan 2015 2004 1958 1
8 [i] Robert Morris 2015 2015
8 Massachusetts[note 30] 2014 1995 1995 2 1995 1
8 Morehead State 2021 2011 1961 2
8 Northern Iowa 2016 2016 2010 1
8 Rutgers 2022 2021 1979 2 1976 1 1976 1
8 St. Bonaventure 2021 2018 1970 3 1970 1 1970 1
8 South Alabama 2008 1989
8 [j] Vermont 2022 2012
7 Ball State 2000 1990 1990 1
7 [k] Boston University 2011 1959 1959 1 1959 1
7 Dartmouth 1959 1958 1958 2 1958 5 1944 2 1944 2
7 LIU[l] 2018
7 Louisiana-Monroe 1996
7 Nebraska 2014
6 Alcorn State 2002 1984
6 Austin Peay[note 31] 2016 1987
6 Delaware 2022
6 Detroit Mercy 2012 1999 1977 1
6 Fairleigh Dickinson 2019 2019
6 Furman 1980 1974 1974 1
6 Georgia State 2022 2015
6 George Mason 2011 2011 2006 1 2006 1 2006 1
6 Hampton 2016 2015
6 Illinois State 1998 1998
6 Kent State 2017 2002 2002 1 2002 1
6 Lamar 2012 1983 1980 1
6 Long Beach State[note 32] 2012 1970 1970 1
6 Louisiana[note 33] 2014 1992
6 Missouri State 1999 1999 1999 1
6 Mount Saint Mary's 2021 2017
6 Oral Roberts 2021 2021 2021 2 1974 1
6 NYU 1963 1963 1963 3 1960 4 1960 2 1945 1
6 [m] Siena 2010 2009
6 South Dakota State 2022
6 UC Santa Barbara 2021 1990
6 UNC Wilmington 2017 2002
6 Washington State 2008 2008 2008 1 1941 1 1941 1 1941 1
6 [n] Yale 2022 2016 1949 1
5 [o] Akron 2022
5 Albany 2015 2014
5 Colgate 2022
5 Charleston 2018 1997
5 Cornell 2010 2010 2010 2
5 Drake 2021 2021 1971 3 1971 3 1969 1
5 Drexel 2021 1996
5 Duquesne 1977 1969 1969 2 1952 2 1940 1
5 Evansville 1999 1989
5 Fresno State[note 34] 2016 2001 1982 1
5 Green Bay 2016 1994
5 Harvard 2015 2014 1946 1
5 Hawaiʻi 2016 2016
5 Jacksonville 1986 1970 1970 1 1970 1 1970 1 1970 1
5 James Madison 2013 2013
5 Lehigh 2012 2012
5 [p] Liberty 2021 2019
5 Little Rock 2016 2016
5 Louisiana Tech 1991 1989 1985 1
5 Marshall[note 35] 2018 2018
5 Mississippi Valley State 2012
5 New Orleans 2017 1987
5 South Carolina State 2003
5 Stephen F. Austin 2018 2016
5 UCF 2019 2019
5 Wofford 2019 2019
4 Air Force 2006
4 Alabama State 2011
4 Bowling Green 1968 1963 1963 1
4 Buffalo 2019 2019
4 Cal State Fullerton 2022 1978 1978 1 1978 1
4 Canisius 1996 1957 1957 3 1956 2
4 Central Michigan 2003 2003 1975 1
4 Coastal Carolina 2015
4 Coppin State 2008 1997
4 Eastern Michigan 1998 1996 1991 1
4 Fordham 1992 1971 1971 1
4 [q] Hofstra 2001
4 Idaho 1990 1982 1982 1
4 Indiana State 2011 2001 1979 1 1979 1 1979 1 1979 1
4 Lafayette 2015 1957 1957 1
4 Loyola Marymount[note 36] 1990 1990 1990 2 1990 1
4 Milwaukee 2014 2006 2005 1
4 Monmouth 2006 2006
4 Montana State 2022 1951 1
4 North Carolina Central 2019
4 [r] North Dakota State 2019 2019
4 North Texas 2021 2021
4 Rice 1970 1954 1954 1 1942 2
4 San Diego 2008 2008
4 Saint Peter's 2022 2022 2022 1 2022 1
4 Toledo 1980 1979 1979 1
4 UNC Asheville 2016 2011
4 UNC Greensboro 2021
4 UTSA 2011 2011
4 Western Michigan 2014 1998 1976 1
4 Wright State 2022 2022
3 American 2014
3 Appalachian State 2021
3 Central Connecticut 2007
3 Cleveland State 2021 2009 1986 1
3 Columbia 1968 1968 1968 2 1948 1
3 Eastern Washington 2021
3 Fairfield 1997
3 Florida A&M 2007 2004
3 Florida Gulf Coast 2017 2016 2013 1
3 Georgia Southern 1992
3 Jackson State 2007
3 Loyola (LA) 1958
3 Mercer 2014 2014
3 Niagara 2007 2007 1970 1
3 Norfolk State 2022 2021
3 Northern Illinois 1996
3 Northwestern State 2013 2006
3 Oakland 2011 2005
3 Radford 2018 2018
3 Rider 1994
3 San José State 1996 1951 1
3 South Florida 2012 2012
3 Southern Miss 2012
3 Tulane 1995 1995
3 UIC 2004
3 VMI 1977 1977 1977 2 1976 1
2 Abilene Christian 2021 2021
2 Brown 1986 1939 1
2 Cal State Northridge 2009
2 CCNY 1950 1950 1950 2 1950 1 1950 1 1950 1
2 East Carolina 1993
2 Eastern Illinois 2001
2 Hardin–Simmons 1957
2 Howard 1992
2 Jacksonville State 2022
2 Loyola (MD) 2012
2 Marist 1987
2 McNeese State 2002
2 Morgan State 2010
2 Nicholls 1998
2 Northern Arizona 2000
2 [s] Northern Kentucky 2019
2 Portland 1996
2 Portland State 2009
2 Prairie View A&M 2019
2 Sam Houston 2010
2 Samford 2000
2 Tennessee State 1994
2 Tennessee Tech 1963
2 Texas A&M–Corpus Christi 2022
2 Texas State 1997
2 Towson 1991
2 Troy 2017
2 UC Irvine 2019 2019
2 UMBC 2018 2018
1 Alabama A&M 2005
1 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 2010
1 Arkansas State 1999
1 Binghamton 2009
1 Bryant 2022
1 Cal Poly 2014 2014
1 Cal State Bakersfield 2016
1 Cal State LA 1974
1 Campbell 1992
1 Catholic 1944 1944 1
1 Charleston Southern 1997
1 Delaware State 2005
1 Florida Atlantic 2002
1 Florida International 1995
1 Gardner–Webb 2019
1 Grand Canyon 2021
1 Hartford 2021
1 Houston Baptist 1984
1 IUPUI 2003
1 Lebanon Valley 1953 1953 1953 1
1 Lipscomb 2018
1 Longwood 2022
1 North Dakota 2017
1 North Florida 2015
1 Northern Colorado 2011
1 Northwestern 2017 2017
1 Saint Francis (PA) 1991
1 Southeast Missouri State 2000
1 Southeastern Louisiana 2005
1 Southern Utah 2001
1 Springfield 1940 1940 1
1 Stony Brook 2016
1 Trinity 1969
1 Tufts 1945 1945 1
1 UC Davis 2017 2017
1 UT Arlington 2008
1 Wagner 2003
1 Wayne State (MI) 1956 1956 1956 1
1 West Texas A&M 1955
1 Western Carolina 1996
1 Williams 1955
# School Bid Win Last # Last # Last # Last # Last #
Bids by school Most recent Sweet 16 Elite 8 Final 4 Finals Champions
  1. ^ Received an automatic bid in 2020 for winning the 2020 West Coast Conference Men's Basketball Tournament but is not reflected in the totals when the NCAA canceled the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  2. ^ Was awarded the automatic bid[5] when the 2020 WAC Men's Basketball Tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, prior to the NCAA canceling the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament. It is not reflected in the totals.
  3. ^ Received an automatic bid in 2020 for winning the 2020 Mountain West Conference Men's Basketball Tournament but is not reflected in the totals when the NCAA canceled the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  4. ^ Was awarded the automatic bid[6] when the 2020 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, prior to the NCAA canceling the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament. It is not reflected in the totals.
  5. ^ Received an automatic bid in 2020 for winning the 2020 Big South Conference Men's Basketball Tournament but is not reflected in the totals when the NCAA canceled the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  6. ^ Received an automatic bid in 2020 for winning the 2020 Southern Conference Men's Basketball Tournament but is not reflected in the totals when the NCAA canceled the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  7. ^ Received an automatic bid in 2020 for winning the 2020 Missouri Valley Conference Men's Basketball Tournament but is not reflected in the totals when the NCAA canceled the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  8. ^ Received an automatic bid in 2020 for winning the 2020 Ohio Valley Conference Men's Basketball Tournament but is not reflected in the totals when the NCAA canceled the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  9. ^ Received an automatic bid in 2020 for winning the 2020 Northeast Conference Men's Basketball Tournament but is not reflected in the totals when the NCAA canceled the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  10. ^ Was awarded the automatic bid[7] when the 2020 America East Men's Basketball Tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, prior to the NCAA canceling the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament. It is not reflected in the totals.
  11. ^ Received an automatic bid in 2020 for winning the 2020 Patriot League Men's Basketball Tournament but is not reflected in the totals when the NCAA canceled the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  12. ^ After the 2018–19 school year, Long Island University merged its two existing athletic programs—the Division I program of its Brooklyn campus (historically known as "Long Island" and "LIU Brooklyn") and the Division II program of its Post campus—into a single Division I athletic program that now competes as the LIU Sharks. Because the unified athletic program inherited the Division I membership of the Brooklyn campus, it is credited with all of Brooklyn's NCAA tournament appearances.
  13. ^ Was awarded the automatic bid[8] when the 2020 MAAC Men's Basketball Tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, prior to the NCAA canceling the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament. It is not reflected in the totals.
  14. ^ Was awarded the automatic bid[9] when the 2020 Ivy League Men's Basketball Tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, prior to the NCAA canceling the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament. It is not reflected in the totals.
  15. ^ Was awarded the automatic bid[10] when the 2020 MAC Men's Basketball Tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, prior to the NCAA canceling the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament. It is not reflected in the totals.
  16. ^ Received an automatic bid in 2020 for winning the 2020 Atlantic Sun Men's Basketball Tournament but is not reflected in the totals when the NCAA canceled the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  17. ^ Received an automatic bid in 2020 for winning the 2020 CAA Men's Basketball Tournament but is not reflected in the totals when the NCAA canceled the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  18. ^ Received an automatic bid in 2020 for winning the 2020 Summit League Men's Basketball Tournament but is not reflected in the totals when the NCAA canceled the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  19. ^ Received an automatic bid in 2020 for winning the 2020 Horizon League Men's Basketball Tournament but is not reflected in the totals when the NCAA canceled the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Active schools with no bidsEdit

The schools shown in the tables below have never made it to the NCAA tournament. Several schools are not yet eligible for the NCAA tournament since NCAA rules state programs must wait a certain number of years after joining Division I before they are eligible for championship tournaments, such as California Baptist (eligible in 2022–23), Merrimack (2023), UC San Diego (2024), Tarleton State (2024), Utah Tech (2024), and St. Thomas (MN) (2025-26). [11]

EligibleEdit

Below is a list of schools that are eligible for the NCAA tournament but have never made it.

School First season Number of seasons
Army 1903 119
Bethune–Cookman 1981 41
Central Arkansas 2011 11
Chicago State 1985 37
The Citadel 1913 109
Denver 1904 98
Elon 2000 22
Grambling 1978 44
High Point 2000 22
Incarnate Word 2014 8
Kansas City 1990 32
Kennesaw State 2010 12
Maine 1904 77
Maryland Eastern Shore 1974 42
UMass Lowell 2014 9
New Hampshire 1927 69
NJIT 2010 12
Omaha 2013 9
Presbyterian 2011 11
Purdue Fort Wayne 2003 19
Quinnipiac 1999 23
Sacramento State 1992 30
Sacred Heart 2000 22
St. Francis Brooklyn 1902 102
SIU Edwardsville 2011 11
South Dakota 2011 11
Stetson 1972 50
UC Riverside 2002 20
USC Upstate 2011 11
UT Martin 1993 29
UTRGV 1969 53
Utah Valley 2010 12
Western Illinois 1982 40
William & Mary 1906 116
Youngstown State 1948 41

IneligibleEdit

Below is a list of schools that are active but not yet eligible for the NCAA tournament.

School First season Number of seasons Eligible year
Bellarmine 2020 1 2025[12]
Cal Baptist 2019 2 2023[13]
Dixie State 2020 1 2025[14]
Merrimack 2020 1 2024[15]
North Alabama 2019 2 2023[15]
St. Thomas 2021 0 2026[16]
Tarleton 2020 1 2025[17]
UC San Diego 2020 1 2025[18]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Kentucky vacated the results of its 1988 NCAA tournament appearance in which it reached the Sweet Sixteen.
  2. ^ UCLA vacated the results of its 1980 and 1999 NCAA tournament appearances as well as its finals appearance in 1980.
  3. ^ Louisville forfeited 123 wins during 2011–2014, its NCAA tournament appearances, and its 2013 National Championship title.
  4. ^ Villanova vacated the results of its 1971 NCAA tournament appearance along with its championship game appearance that year.
  5. ^ Arizona vacated the results of its 1999 and 2008 NCAA tournament appearances.
  6. ^ Marquette turned down an invite to the NCAA tournament in 1970 that would make 35 appearances.
  7. ^ UConn vacated the results of the 1996 NCAA tournament appearance and its Sweet Sixteen appearance that season.
  8. ^ Purdue vacated the results of the 1996 NCAA tournament which it reached the round of 32.
  9. ^ Ohio State vacated the results of its 1999, 2000, 2001, and 2002 NCAA tournament appearances, in which it reached the Final Four in 1999 and the round of 32 in 2000 and 2002.
  10. ^ St. John's vacated the results of its 2002 NCAA tournament appearance.
  11. ^ Maryland vacated the results of its 1988 NCAA tournament appearance in which it reached the round of 32.
  12. ^ Michigan vacated the results of 113 games won while four players were not eligible, including the 1992 and 1993 Final Fours, and NCAA tournament appearances in 1992, 1993, 1996 and 1998.
  13. ^ Missouri vacated the results of its 1994 NCAA tournament appearance in which it reached the Elite Eight.
  14. ^ NC State vacated the results of the 1987 and 1988 NCAA tournament appearances.
  15. ^ New Mexico State vacated the results of the 1992, 1993 and 1994 NCAA tournaments which it reached the Sweet Sixteen (1992) and round of 32 (1993).
  16. ^ Alabama vacated the results of the 1987 tournament.
  17. ^ Western Kentucky vacated the results of the 1971 tournament, in which it reached the Final Four.
  18. ^ Florida vacated the results of the 1987 and 1988 NCAA tournaments.
  19. ^ Memphis vacated tournament appearances for 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 and 2008 for NCAA violations. This included Final Fours in 1985 and 2008 and the 2008 Finals appearance.
  20. ^ Saint Joseph's vacated the results of its 1961 NCAA tournament which it reached the Final Four.
  21. ^ USC vacated the results of the 2008 tournament.
  22. ^ California vacated the results of its 1996 NCAA tournament appearance.
  23. ^ DePaul vacated the results of NCAA tournament appearances in 1986, 1987, 1988, and 1989. It reached the Sweet Sixteen during the first two tournaments and the round of 32 for the last two tournaments.
  24. ^ Texas Tech vacated the results of the 1996 NCAA tournament.
  25. ^ Oregon State vacated the results of the 1980, 1981 and 1982 NCAA tournaments.
  26. ^ Iona vacated the results of the 1980 NCAA tournament, in which it reached the second round.
  27. ^ Clemson vacated the results of the 1990 NCAA tournament.
  28. ^ Georgia vacated the results of the 1985 and 2002 NCAA tournaments.
  29. ^ Minnesota vacated the results of the 1972, 1994, 1995, and 1997 NCAA tournaments.
  30. ^ Massachusetts vacated the results of the 1996 NCAA tournament, in which it advanced to the Final Four.
  31. ^ Austin Peay vacated the results of the 1973 tournament.
  32. ^ Long Beach State vacated the results of the 1971, 1972 and 1973 NCAA tournaments.
  33. ^ Louisiana vacated the results of NCAA tournament appearances in 1972, 1973, 2004, and 2005.
  34. ^ Fresno State vacated the results of the 2000 tournament.
  35. ^ Marshall vacated the results of the 1987 tournament.
  36. ^ Loyola Marymount vacated the results of the 1980 tournament.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2022 MEN'S FINAL FOUR RECORDS BOOK" (PDF). Retrieved March 6, 2022.
  2. ^ Stubbs, Roman; Bogage, Jacob (February 20, 2018). "Its NCAA appeal denied, Louisville is stripped of 2013 national championship". The Washington Post.
  3. ^ Waters, Mike (2016-10-19). "Syracuse basketball can't keep wins, but it can keep Big East, NCAA banners". syracuse.com. Retrieved 2019-03-18.
  4. ^ "Syracuse University Public Infractions Decision" (PDF). Retrieved March 9, 2016.
  5. ^ "WAC Official Statement". Retrieved March 12, 2020.
  6. ^ Boone, Kyle (March 12, 2020). "2020 ACC Tournament canceled amid coronavirus pandemic concerns". CBSSports.com. CBS Sports. Retrieved March 13, 2020.
  7. ^ "America East championship, NCAA Tournament canceled amid COVID‐19 concerns". Retrieved March 12, 2020.
  8. ^ "2020 MAAC Men's Basketball Championship". Retrieved March 12, 2020.
  9. ^ Fuller, Jim (March 10, 2020). "Ivy League tournament canceled, Yale men receive automatic NCAA bid". NHRegister.com. New Haven Register. Retrieved March 13, 2020.
  10. ^ "MAC Tournament Press Conference: March 12, 2020". Archived from the original on 2021-12-15. Retrieved March 12, 2020.
  11. ^ "School Index". sports-reference.com. Retrieved March 10, 2020.
  12. ^ "Bellarmine Rising FAQs". Bellarmine University. Retrieved March 5, 2021.
  13. ^ "Unbeaten California Baptist can't go dancing in the NCAA tourney". Star Advertiser. Associated Press. March 4, 2021. Retrieved March 5, 2021.
  14. ^ "IT'S OFFICIAL - Dixie State Joins the WAC and Begins NCAA D-I Transition". Dixie State University. July 1, 2020. Retrieved March 5, 2021.
  15. ^ a b Norlander, Matt (February 27, 2020). "Why Merrimack must sit out March Madness in its historic season and is in first place in its conference". CBS Sports. Retrieved March 5, 2021.
  16. ^ Haugen, Emily (July 15, 2020). "BREAKING: St. Thomas approved to begin transition to Division I athletics". TommieMedia. Minneapolis, Minnesota. Retrieved July 4, 2021.
  17. ^ "It's official: Tarleton moves to NCAA Division I". Stephenville Empire-Tribune. November 12, 2019. Retrieved March 5, 2021.
  18. ^ Sklar, Debbie (December 22, 2020). "UC San Diego Set to Start Coronavirus-Delayed Men's Basketball Season". Times of San Diego. Retrieved March 5, 2021.

See alsoEdit