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Image 138 of 1985 NCAA Championship, March 30-April 1, 1985

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THIRD PLACE St. Joseph's (Pa.) 92. Davidson 76 Western Kentucky 82, Dayton 62 SECOND ROUND Duke 76, St. Joseph's (Pa.) 74 Syracuse 94. Davidson 78 Kentucky 86. Dayton 79 Michigan 80, Western Kentucky 79 FIRST ROUND St. Joseph's (Pa.) 65, Providence 48 Davidson 95, Rhode Island 65 Dayton 58, Miami (Ohio) 51 Western Kentucky 105, Loyola (III.) 86 WEST CHAMPIONSHIP Texas-El Paso 85, Utah 78 REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Texas-El Paso 81, Kansas 80 (2 OT) Utah 70, Oregon State 64 THIRD PLACE Southern Methodist 89, Cincinnati 84 Houston 102, Pacific 91 SECOND ROUND Texas-El Paso 78, Cincinnati 76 (OT) Kansas 76, Southern Methodist 70 Oregon State 63, Houston 60 Utah 83, Pacific 74 FIRST ROUND Texas-El Paso 89, Oklahoma City 74 Houston 82, Colorado State 76 -I Q /: "7 CHAMPIONSHIP l70 / UCLA 79 Dayton 64 NATIONAL THIRD PLACE Houston 84 North Carolina 62 EAST CHAMPIONSHIP Dayton 76, North Carolina 62 REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS North Carolina 96, Boston College 80 Dayton 71. Virginia Tech 66 (OT) THIRD PLACE Princeton 78, St. John's 58 Indiana 51, Tennessee 44 SECOND ROUND North Carolina 78, Princeton 70 (OT) Boston College 63, St. John's 62 Dayton 53, Tennessee 52 Virginia Tech 79. Indiana 70 FIRST ROUND Princeton 68. West Virginia 57 St. John's 57, Temple 53 Boston College 48, Connecticut 42 Dayton 69. Western Kentucky 67 (OT) Virginia Tech 82. Toledo 76 WEST CHAMPIONSHIP UCLA 73. Houston 58 REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Houston 83, Southern Methodist 75 UCLA 80, Pacific 64 THIRD PLACE Kansas 70. Louisville 68 Texas-El Paso 69. Wyoming 67 SECOND ROUND Houston 66. Kansas 53 Southern Methodist 83. Louisville 81 Pacific 72. Texas-El Paso 63 UCLA 109. Wyoming 60 FIRST ROUND Houston 59. New Mexico State 58 Texas-El Paso 62. Seattle 54 -I Q/TQ CHAMPIONSHIP 1 "DO UCLA 78 North Carolina 55 NATIONAL THIRD PLACE Ohio State 89 Houston 85 EAST CHAMPIONSHIP North Carolina 80. Ohio State 66 REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS North Carolina 70. Davidson 66 Ohio State 82. Kentucky 81 THIRD PLACE Columbia 95. St. Bonaventure 75 Marquette 69. E. Tennessee St 57 La Salle, 36 vs. St. John's, 11 vs. Iowa) TOURNAMENT RECORDS INDIVIDUAL Most Points, One Game 61, Austin Carr, Notre Dame (112) vs. Ohio (82), first round, 3/7/70 Most Points, Three-Game Series 158, Austin Carr, Notre Dame, 1970 (61 vs. Ohio, 52 vs. Kentucky, 45 vs. Iowa) Most Points, Four-Game Series 143, Jerry Chambers, Utah, 1966 (40 vs. Pacific, 33 vs. Oregon, 38 vs. Texas-El Paso, 32 vs. Duke) Most Points, Five-Game Series 177, Bill Bradley, Princeton, 1965 (22 vs. Penn State, 27 vs. North Carolina State, 41 vs. Providence, 29 vs. Michigan, 58 vs. Wichita State) Most Points, Six-Game Series 158, Joe Barry Carroll, Purdue, 1980 (33 vs. Indiana. 26 vs. Duke, 17 vs. UCLA, 35 vs. Most Points, Career 358. Elvin Hayes, Houston 1966-67-68 Most Field Goals, One Game 25, Austin Carr. Notre Dame (112) vs. Ohio (82), 44 attempts, first round, 3/7/70 Most Field Goals, Three-Game Series 68, Austin Carr, Notre Dame, 1970 (25 vs. Ohio, 22 vs. Kentucky, 21 vs. Iowa) Most Field Goals, Four-Game Series 57, Bob Houbregs, Washington, 1953 (20 vs. Seattle, 12 vs. Santa Clara, 8 vs. Kansas. 17 vs. Louisiana State) Most Field Goals, Five-Game Series 70. Elvin Hayes, Houston, 1968 (20 vs. Loyola, III., 16 vs. Louisville, 17 vs. Texas Christian, 3 vs. UCLA, 14 vs. Ohio State) Most Field Goals, Six-Game Series 63. Joe Barry Carroll, Purdue, 1980 (12 vs. La Salle, 14 vs. St. John's, 5 vs. Indiana, 10 vs. Duke, 8 vs. UCLA, 14 vs. Iowa) Most Field Goals, Career 152, Elvin Hayes, Houston, 1966-67-68 Highest Field Goal Percentage in One Year (min. 25 made) 76.5% (26-34), Alex Gilbert, Indiana State, 1979 Highest Field Goal Percentage in One Year (min. 40 made) 76.3% (45-59), Bill Walton, UCLA, 1973 Highest Field Goal Percentage, Career (min. 60 made) 68.6% (109-159). Bill Walton, UCLA, 1972-74 Most Free Throws, One Game 23, Bob Carney, Bradley (76) vs. Colorado (64), 26 attempts, second round, 3/12/54 Most Free Throws, Three-Game Series 38, Johnny O'Brien, Seattle, 1953 (8 vs. Idaho State, 12 vs. Washington, 18 vs. Wyoming) Most Free Throws, Four-Game Series 49. Don Schlundt. Indiana. 1953 (13 vs. DePaul, 15 vs. Notre Dame, 13 vs. LSU, 8 vs. Kansas) Most Free Throws, Five-Game Series 55. Bob Carney. Bradley. 1954 (9 vs. Oklahoma City, 23 vs. Colorado, 4 vs. Oklahoma State. 8 vs. Southern California. 11 vs. La Salle) Most Free Throws, Six-Game Series 39. Kiki Vandeweghe, UCLA, 1980 (12 vs. Old Dominion, 1 vs. DePaul, 6 vs. Ohio State, 8 vs. Clemson, 6 vs. Purdue, 6 vs. Louisville) Most Free Throws, Career 90. Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati, 1958-59-60 Highest Free Throw Percentage in One Year (min. 20 made) 96.2% (25-26). Jeff Lamp. Virginia, 1981 Highest Free Throw Percentage in One Year (min. 35 made) 94.1% (48-51). Bill Bradley, Princeton, 1965 Highest Free Throw Percentage, Career (min. 50 made) 91.7% (88-96), Bill Bradley, Princeton, 1963-65 Most Rebounds, One Game 31. Nate Thurmond, Bowling Green (60) vs. Mississippi State (65). regional third-place, 1963 Most Rebounds, Three-Game Series 70. Nate Thurmond. Bowling Green. 1963 (20 vs. Notre Dame. 19 vs. Illinois, 31 vs. Mississippi State) Most Rebounds, Four-Game Series 77. John Green, Michigan State. 1957 (27 vs. Notre Dame. 18 vs. Kentucky, 19 vs. North Carolina. 13 vs. San Francisco) SECOND ROUND North Carolina 91. St. Bonaventure 72 Davidson 61, Columbia 59 (OT) Kentucky 107. Marquette 89 Ohio State 79. E. Tennessee St. 72 FIRST ROUND St. Bonaventure 102. Boston Col. 93 Columbia 83, La Salle 69 Davidson 79. St. John's 70 Marquette 72, Bowling Green 71 E. Tennessee St. 79. Florida St. 69 WEST CHAMPIONSHIP UCLA 101, Houston 69 REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Houston 103. Texas Christian 68 UCLA 87. Santa Clara 66 THIRD PLACE Louisville 93. Kansas State 63 New Mexico State 62. New Mexico 58 SECOND ROUND Houston 91. Louisville 75 Texas Christian 77, Kansas State 72 138