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The Ballot

Year
Seeds/Rd
Result/Player
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2018
16 > 1 64
UMBC def. Virginia (74–54)
10 Jairus Lyles
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2018
13 > 4 64
Buffalo def. Arizona (89–68)
10 Wes Clark
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2018
11 > 3 32
Loyola Chicago def. Tennessee (63–62)
24 Aundre Jackson
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2016
15 > 2 64
Middle Tennessee def. Michigan State (90–81)
30 Reggie Upshaw Jr.
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2016
14 > 3 64
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2016
13 > 4 64
Hawaii def. California (77–66)
5 Roderick Bobbitt
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2016
12 > 5 64
Yale def. Baylor (79–75)
11 Makai Mason
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2015
14 > 3 64
Georgia State def. Baylor (57-56)
22 R.J. Hunter
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2014
14 > 3 64
Mercer def. Duke (78-71)
20 Jakob Gollon
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2014
11 > 3 32
Dayton def. Syracuse (55–53)
21 Dyshawn Pierre
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2013
15 > 2 64
Florida Gulf Coast def. Georgetown (78–68)
25 Sherwood Brown
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2013
14 > 3 64
Harvard def. New Mexico (68-62)
23 Wesley Saunders
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2013
13 > 4 64
La Salle def. Kansas State (63–61)
25 Jerrell Wright
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2012
15 > 2 64
Norfolk State def. Missouri (86–84)
10 Kyle O'Quinn
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2012
15 > 2 64
Lehigh def. Duke (75-70)
3 C.J. McCollum
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2012
13 > 4 64
Ohio def. Michigan (65–60)
5 D.J. Cooper
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2011
11 > 1 8
VCU def. Kansas (71–61)
21 Jamie Skeen
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2011
13 > 4 64
Morehead State def. Louisville (62–61)
35 Kenneth Faried
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2010
14 > 3 64
Ohio def. Georgetown (97-83)
0 Armon Bassett
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2010
13 > 4 64
Murray State def. Vanderbilt (66–65)
0 Isacc Miles
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
2010
9 > 1 32
Northern Iowa def. Kansas (69-67)
5 Ali Farokhmanesh
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2010
12 > 4 16
Cornell def. Wisconsin (87–69)
10 Louis Dale
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2009
13 > 4 64
Cleveland State def. Wake Forest (84–69)
30 Norris Cole
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2008
13 > 4 64
Siena def. Vanderbilt (83–62)
41 Kenny Hasbrouck
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2008
13 > 4 64
San Diego def. Connecticut (70–69 OT)
21 Gyno Pomare
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2006
14 > 3 64
Northwestern State def. Iowa (64-63)
30 Clifton Lee
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2006
13 > 4 64
Bradley def. Kansas (77–73)
15 Marcellus Sommerville
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2006
11 > 1 16
George Mason def. Connecticut (86–84 OT)
55 Jai Lewis
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
2005
14 > 3 64
Bucknell def. Kansas (64-63)
12 Kevin Bettencourt
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
2005
13 > 4 64
Vermont def. Syracuse (60–57 OT)
11 T.J. Sorrentine
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
2005
12 > 4 16
Milwaukee def. Boston College (83–75)
13 Joah Tucker
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2003
12 > 4 32
Butler def. Louisville (79–71)
10 Darnell Archey
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2002
13 > 4 64
UNC Wilmington def. USC (93–89 OT)
11 Brett Blizzard
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2002
12 > 5 64
Creighton def. Florida (83–82 (2 OT))
23 Terrell Taylor
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2002
11 > 3 32
Southern Illinois def. Georgia (77–75)
23 Jermaine Dearman
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2001
15 > 2 64
Hampton def. Iowa State (58-57)
40 Tarvis Williams
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2001
13 > 4 64
Indiana State def. Oklahoma (70–68 OT)
32 Matt Renn
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2001
13 > 4 64
Kent State def. Indiana (77–73)
24 Trevor Huffman
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
2001
12 > 5 64
Gonzaga def. Virginia (86–85)
31 Casey Calvary
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1999
14 > 3 64
Weber State def. North Carolina (76-74)
21 Harold Arceneaux
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1998
14 > 3 64
Richmond def. South Carolina (62-61)
3 Jarod Stevenson
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1998
13 > 4 64
Valparaiso def. Ole Miss (70–69)
24 Bryce Drew
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1997
15 > 2 64
Coppin State def. South Carolina (78-65)
23 Reggie Welch
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1997
14 > 3 64
Chattanooga def. Georgia (73-70)
23 Johnny Taylor
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1996
13 > 4 64
Princeton def. UCLA (43–41)
32 Gabe Lewullis
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1996
12 > 5 64
Drexel def. Memphis (75–63)
00 Malik Rose
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1995
14 > 3 64
Weber State def. Michigan State (79-72)
25 Ruben Nembhard
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1995
14 > 3 64
Old Dominion def. Villanova (89-81 3OT)
44 Petey Sessoms
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1995
13 > 4 64
Manhattan def. Oklahoma (77–67)
45 Jamal Marshall
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1993
15 > 2 64
Santa Clara def. Arizona (64–61)
11 Steve Nash
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
1993
13 > 4 64
Southern def. Georgia Tech (93–78)
45 Jervaughn Scales
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1992
14 > 3 64
East Tennessee State def. Arizona (87-80)
24 Calvin Talford
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1992
13 > 4 64
Southwestern Louisiana def. Oklahoma (87–83)
44 Byron Starks
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1991
15 > 2 64
Richmond def. Syracuse (73-69)
44 Kenny Wood
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
1991
14 > 3 64
Xavier def. Nebraska (89-85)
33 Brian Grant
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1990
14 > 3 64
Northern Iowa def. Missouri (74-71)
20 Maurice Newby
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
1990
12 > 4 32
Ball State def. Louisville (62-60)
4 Chandler Thompson
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
1990
11 > 3 32
Loyola Marymount def. Michigan (149–115)
30 Bo Kimble
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
1989
14 > 3 64
Siena def. Stanford (80-78)
4 Marc Brown
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
1989
13 > 4 64
Middle Tennessee def. Florida State (97–83)
0 Randy Henry
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
1988
14 > 3 64
Murray State def. N.C. State (78-75)
23 Don Mann
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
1988
13 > 5 32
Richmond def. Georgia Tech (59–55)
55 Peter Woolfolk
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
1988
11 > 3 32
Rhode Island def. Syracuse (97–94)
22 Tom Garrick
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
1987
14 > 3 64
Austin Peay def. Illinois (68-67)
34 Lawrence Mitchell
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
1987
13 > 4 64
Missouri State def. Clemson (65–60)
22 Winston Garland
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
1986
14 > 3 64
Cleveland State def. Indiana (83-79)
10 Mouse McFadden
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
1986
14 > 3 64
Arkansas Little-Rock def. Notre Dame (90-83)
11 Myron Jackson
😢  πŸ˜ƒ
1985
14 > 3 64
Navy def. LSU (78-55)
50 David Robinson
😢  πŸ˜ƒ


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