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Image 139 of 1985 NCAA Championship, March 30-April 1, 1985

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, 24 vs. Louisville, 25 vs. Texas Most Rebounds, Five-Game Series 105, Elvin Hayes, Houston, 1968 (27 vs. Loyola, Christian, 13 vs. UCLA, 16 vs. Ohio State) Most Rebounds, Six-Game Series 60, Mike Sanders, UCLA, 1980 (10 vs. Old Dominion, 12 vs. DePaul, 8 vs. Ohio State, 10 vs. Clemson, 6 vs. Purdue, 6 vs. Louisville) Most Rebounds, Career 222, Elvin Hayes, Houston, 1966-67-68 TEAM Most Points, One Game 121, Iowa vs. Notre Dame (106), regional third place, 3/14/70 121, Nevada-Las Vegas vs. San Francisco (95), first round, 3/12/77 Most Points, Both Teams, One Game 227, Iowa (121) vs. Notre Dame (106), regional third place, 3/14/70 Most Points, Three-Game Series 317, Notre Dame, 1970, 105.7 per game (112-82 vs. Ohio, 99-109 vs. Kentucky, 106-121 vs. Iowa) Most Points, Four-Game Series 400, UCLA, 1965, 100.0 per game (100-76 vs. Brigham Young, 101-93 vs. San Francisco, 108-89 vs. Wichita State, 91-80 vs. Michigan) Most Points, Five-Game Series 505, Nevada-Las Vegas, 1977, 101.0 per game (121-95 vs. San Francisco, 88-83 vs. Utah, 107-90 vs. Idaho State, 83-84 vs. North Carolina, 106-94 vs. UNC Charlotte) Most Points, Six-Game Series 462, Iowa, 1980 (86 vs. Virginia Commonwealth, 77 vs. North Carolina State, 88 vs. Syracuse, 81 vs. Georgetown, 72 vs. Louisville, 58 vs. Purdue) Most Field Goals, One Game 52, Iowa (121) vs. Notre Dame (106), regional third place, 3/14/70 Most Field Goals, Four-Game Series 162, UCLA, 1965 (44 vs. Brigham Young, 41 vs. San Francisco, 44 vs. Wichita State, 33 vs. Michigan) Most Field Goals, Five-Game Series 218, Nevada-Las Vegas, 1977 (49 vs. San Francisco, 37 vs. Utah, 44 vs. Idaho State, 41 vs. North Carolina, 47 vs. UNC Charlotte) Most Field Goals, Six-Game Series 173, Pennsylvania, 1979 (26 vs. lona, 29 vs. North Carolina, 31 vs. Syracuse, 22 vs. St. John's, 24 vs. Michigan State, 41 vs. DePaul) Field Goal Percentage, One Game 75.0% (33-44), Northeastern vs. Virginia Commonwealth, first round, 3/16/84 Most Free Throws, One Game 41, Utah (89) vs. Santa Clara (81), regional third place, 3/12/60 Most Free Throws, Four-Game Series 108, Indiana, 1953 (29 vs. Notre Dame, 30 vs. DePaul, 30 vs. LSU, 19 vs. Kansas) Most Free Throws, Five-Game Series 146, Bradley, 1954 (23 vs. Oklahoma City, 38 vs. Colorado, 29 vs. Oklahoma State, 24 vs. Southern California, 32 vs. La Salle) Most Free Throws, Six-Game Series 136, UCLA, 1980 (29 vs. Old Dominion, 17 vs. DePaul, 28 vs. Ohio State, 25 vs. Clemson, 21 vs. Purdue, 16 vs. Louisville) Free Throw Percentage, One Game (Best perfect game - Min. 15 made) 100.0 (22-22), Fordham vs. South Carolina, regional third place, 3/20/71 Most Personal Fouls, One Game 39, Kansas (71) vs. Notre Dame (77), 3/15/75 Most Rebounds, One Game 76, Houston vs. Texas Christian, regional championship, 1968 Most Rebounds, Three-Game Series 169, Notre Dame (66 vs. Houston, 60 vs. Drake, 43 vs. TCU), 1971 Most Rebounds, Four-Game Series 236, Michigan State (60 vs. San Francisco, 65 vs. North Carolina, 51 vs. Kentucky, 66 vs. Notre Dame), 1957 Most Rebounds, Five-Game Series 306, Houston (54 vs. Ohio State, 54 vs. UCLA, 76 vs. TCU, 59 vs. Louisville, 63 vs. Loyola, III.), 1968 Most Rebounds, Six-Game Series 218, Pennsylvania (33 vs. lona, 28 vs. North Carolina. 35 vs. Syracuse. 28 vs. St. John's, 44 vs. Michigan State, 50 vs. DePaul), 1979 UCLA 58. New Mexico State 49 Santa Clara 86. New Mexico 73 FIRST ROUND Houston 94, Loyola (III.) 76 New Mexico State 68. Weber State 57 In/" A CHAMPIONSHIP UCLA 92 Purdue 72 NATIONAL THIRD PLACE Drake 104 North Carolina 84 EAST CHAMPIONSHIP Purdue 92, North Carolina 65 REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS North Carolina 87. Davidson 85 Purdue 75. Marquette 73 (OT) THIRD PLACE Duquesne 75. St. John's 72 Kentucky 72. Miami (Ohio) 71 SECOND ROUND North Carolina 79. Duquesne 78 Davidson 79, St. John's 69 Marquette 81. Kentucky 74 Purdue 91, Miami (Ohio) 71 FIRST ROUND Duquesne 74, St. Joseph's (Pa.) 52 Davidson 75, Villanova 71 St. John's 72. Princeton 63 Marquette 82, Murray State 62 Miami (Ohio) 63. Notre Dame 60 WEST CHAMPIONSHIP UCLA 85. Drake 82 REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Drake 84. Colorado State 77 UCLA 90. Santa Clara 52 THIRD PLACE Colorado 97. Texas A&M 82 Weber State 58, New Mexico State 56 SECOND ROUND Drake 81. Texas A&M 63 Colorado State 64. Colorado 56 UCLA 53. New Mexico State 38 Santa Clara 63. Weber State 59 FIRST ROUND Texas A&M 81. Trinity (Tex.) 66 Colorado State 52. Dayton 50 New Mexico St. 74, Brigham Young 62 Weber State 75. Seattle 73 Don Haskins Texas-El Paso 1966 Norm Sloan N.C. State 1974 1970 CHAMPIONSHIP UCLA 80 Jacksonville 69 NATIONAL THIRD PLACE New Mexico State 75 St. Bonaventure 73 EAST CHAMPIONSHIP Jacksonville 91, St. Bonaventure 83 REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS St. Bonaventure 97, Villanova 74 Jacksonville 106. Kentucky 100 THIRD PLACE North Carolina State 108. Niagara 88 Iowa 121, Notre Dame 106 SECOND ROUND St. Bonaventure 80, North Carolina State 68 Villanova 98, Niagara 73 Kentucky 109. Notre Dame 99 Jacksonville 104, Iowa 103 FIRST ROUND St. Bonaventure 85, Davidson 72 Niagara 79, Pennsylvania 69 Villanova 77, Temple 69 Notre Dame 112, Ohio 82 Jacksonville 109. Western Ky. 96 WEST CHAMPIONSHIP UCLA 93. New Mexico State 77 REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS New Mexico State 87, Drake 78 UCLA 101, Utah State 79 THIRD PLACE Kansas State 107, Houston 98 Santa Clara 89. Long Beach State 86 SECOND ROUND Drake 92, Houston 87 New Mexico St. 70. Kansas St. 66 UCLA 88. Long Beach State 65 Utah State 69. Santa Clara 68 139