Men's Basketball Tickets Schedule Roster Coaches News Stats Facilities Additional Links 1999 Men's Basketball Boxscore Notes vs UNC-Wilmington 1999-12-23 BOX SCORE FROM 12/23/99 2:00 2020-2021 1929-1930 UNC won the title in the following seasons: 1999-2000, 2004-05, 2008-09, and 2016-17. 1957-1958 1958-1959 1991-1992 2002-2003 1943-1944 Plus, explore all of your favorite teams' rosters on today! Tropicana Field, the home of baseball's Tampa Bay Rays, was the sixth different domed stadium to host a Final Four, and the only one designed specifically for baseball; given its inability to be converted to a center court arena, it is unlikely to host one again. 1964-1965 1944-1945 Date Game ; Fri Nov 13: vs Appalachian State. Pre-Season NIT - New York, NY. It began on March 11, 1999, and ended with the championship game on March 29 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida. 2005-2006 W 65-58: Mon Nov 23: at Hampton. 2022-2023 2014-2015 St. Petersburg became the 27th host city, and Tropicana Field the 32nd host venue, for the Final Four. The Bulldogs became the nation's basketball darlings during a run to the West Regional final in which they defeated three major-conference powers, including 1998 Final Four participant Stanford, and took UConn literally to the last minute before losing. 1982-1983 1999-2000 1985-1986 2019-2020 Due to violations committed by Ohio State head coach Jim O'Brien, the Buckeyes were forced to vacate their appearance in the 1999 Final Four.[1]. 1912-1913 1989-1990 This year's Final Four was the first—and so far, only—to be held in a baseball-specific facility, as Tropicana Field is home to the Tampa Bay Rays (then known as the Devil Rays). 1927-1928 1950-1951 1960-1961 1918-1919 1952-1953 W 65-44: Wed Nov 18: vs Georgia. It is also the last tournament to date to include Tropicana Field and Thompson–Boling Arena, as neither has hosted since. UNC Basketball Schedules: Coach: Bill Guthridge Record: 24-10 Quick Links. 1979-1980 1969-1970 2013-2014 1932-1933 For the second straight year, the Midwest Regional games were held in a new venue in St. Louis, this time at the Trans World Dome, then home to the NFL's St. Louis Rams. 1921-1922 1930-1931 1916-1917 Tar Heel Times is an unofficial resource for UNC fans and is not affiliated with the University of North Carolina. Previous games in the metropolitan area were played in suburban Tempe at Arizona State University. Record: 24-10. 2003-2004 1939-1940 The NCAA is stripping Massachusetts of victories in men's basketball and women's tennis for overpaying 12 athletes about $9,100 in financial aid over three years. Connecticut's victory in the finals marks the biggest upset in Championship Game history in the NCAA Tournament, as they were 9.5-point underdogs in the contest despite having compiled a 33–2 record going into the Championship game, including a 14–2 record in the tough Big East Conference. 1917-1918 ACC Tournament - Charlotte, NC; Max Owens career-high 23 points; Ademola Okulaja 19 points. 1922-1923 1914-1915 This page was last edited on 31 August 2020, at 04:53. 1955-1956 2021-2022 1988-1989 1978-1979 Richard "Rip" Hamilton of Connecticut was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player. 1984-1985 1940-1941 1990-91 UNC Tar Heels Roster and Stats. 1986-1987 Despite the original Garden's rich college and NBA history, it never had hosted any NCAA tournament games. In fact, Connecticut had spent more weeks as the number 1 team in the country, according to the AP Top 25 Poll, than had Duke. 1977-1978 UNC Basketball Schedules: North Carolina's six NCAA Tournament Championships are third-most all-time, behind UCLA (11) and Kentucky (8). 1980-1981 The tournament also returned to Seattle, this time at KeyArena, the downtown home to the Seattle SuperSonics. This was a significant victory for the program, as it cemented Connecticut's reputation as a true basketball power after decades of barely missing the Final Four. A total of 63 games were played. For Duke, they had 2 straight promising seasons end on the Tropicana Field floor, with an 86–84 loss to Kentucky in the 1998 South Regional final, and then the 1999 National Championship game. 1951-1952 1928-1929 1949-1950 1975-1976 1967-1968 1937-1938 1974-1975 1995-1996 Despite their loss in the finals to Connecticut, the 1998–1999 Duke team won 37 games. 1962-1963 1935-1936 1998-1999 UNC Basketball Schedule. The 1999 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament involved 64 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of men's NCAA Division I college basketball. There were four new venues in the 1999 tournament, two in completely new host cities for the tournament. For the first time, the tournament came to Boston at the FleetCenter, which had replaced the Boston Garden in 1995. It began on March 11, 1999, and ended with the championship game on March 29 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida. 1938-1939 1997-1998 1959-1960 1926-1927 1998-1999 2016-2017 1920-1921 This tournament would be the last held at McNichols Sports Arena, which was scheduled to close later in the year and is now the site of parking for Broncos Stadium at Mile High; subsequent games in Denver have moved to the Pepsi Center. The 1999 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament involved 64 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of men's NCAA Division I college basketball. In the national championship game, Connecticut defeated Duke 77–74 to win their first ever national championship, snapping Duke's 32-game winning streak, and scoring the biggest point-spread upset in Championship Game history. 1956-1957 W 87-64: Mon Nov 16: vs Florida International. Any future tournament games to be held in Tampa would be played at the Amalie Arena. 1993-1994 1994-1995 1987-1988 1945-1946 A total of 63 games were played. 1933-1934 2009-2010 2000-2001 1911-1912 1942-1943 2012-2013 1983-1984 This tournament is also historically notable as the coming-out party for Gonzaga as a rising mid-major power. 1972-1973 1919-1920 1965-1966 2017-2018 2001-2002 1910-1911 2015-2016 1948-1949 North Carolina lost to Weber State which marked the first time the Tar Heels had lost in the first round of the expanded field era with 64 or more teams. 1971-1972 1996-1997 Previous Season Next Season Record: 29-6 (10-4, 2nd in ACC) Coach: Dean Smith. The previous record was held by. 1915-1916 1963-1964 1981-1982 The tournament also came to downtown Phoenix for the first time, at the NBA home of the Phoenix Suns. Find the COLLEGE-BASKETBALL North Carolina Tar Heels player roster for this season on FOX Sports. 1968-1969 Connecticut then played football in Division I-AA, now the Football Championship Subdivision; by the time of the Huskies' next men's basketball title in 2004, the school's football team had upgraded to the current FBS level. 1992-1993 1924-1925 1913-1914 2010-2011 Gonzaga has made every NCAA tournament since then, and is now generally considered to be a high-major program despite its mid-major conference affiliation. 1970-1971 1966-1967 1931-1932 1925-1926 The Tar Heels went on to play in the Final Four in 2000 and win the NCAA title in 2005, 2009, and 2017. 1923-1924 Coach: Bill Guthridge The Final Four consisted of Connecticut, making their first ever Final Four appearance; Ohio State, making their ninth Final Four appearance and first since 1968; Michigan State, making their third Final Four appearance and first since their 1979 national championship; and Duke, the overall number one seed and making their first Final Four appearance since losing the national championship game in 1994. 1934-1935 1941-1942 Continental Airlines Arena – East Rutherford, NJ, East Regional – East Rutherford, New Jersey, NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament, 1999 NCAA Division I men's basketball tournaments, Connecticut Huskies men's basketball 1998–99 NCAA champions, 1999 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship Game, "Men's College Basketball 1998–1999 Chi Square Linear WL – SD", 1999 NCAA Division II Men's Basketball Tournament, 1999 NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Tournament, 1999 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Tournament, 1999 NCAA Division II Women's Basketball Tournament, 1999 NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Tournament, 1999 Women's National Invitation Tournament, 1999 NAIA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament, 1999 NAIA Division II Men's Basketball Tournament, 1999 NAIA Division I Women's Basketball Tournament, 1999 NAIA Division II Women's Basketball Tournament,, 1998–99 NCAA Division I men's basketball season, Sports competitions in St. Petersburg, Florida, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. 1990-1991 1947-1948 The next team to win a title that did not also have an FBS football team was Villanova in 2016. 1954-1955 2011-2012 1953-1954 2004-2005 Ademola Okulaja hits game-winning three-pointer with 1.4 seconds left. The 1999 Final Four would be the last time Tropicana Field would host NCAA tournament games. 2018-2019 2008-2009 2006-2007 1973-1974 Duke nonetheless tied the record for most games won during a single season, with 37, which they co-held until Kentucky's 38-win seasons in 2011–12 and 2014–15. Also, the Huskies did not play football at the level now known as the Football Bowl Subdivision (known as Division I-A from 1978 to 2006) at the time of their title. The North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball program is the intercollegiate men's basketball team of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.The Tar Heels have won seven men's basketball national championships (1924, 1957, 1982, 1993, 2005, 2009, and 2017). 1946-1947 1976-1977 1961-1962 The 2007–08 Memphis team actually broke this record first, but the team was later forced to forfeit their entire season due to eligibility issues surrounding the team. 1936-1937 2007-2008

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