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Image 142 of 1985 NCAA Championship, March 30-April 1, 1985

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FIRST ROUND Villanova 77, Marquette 59 *lona 84, Holy Cross 78 Iowa 86, Virginia Commonwealth 72 Tennessee 80, Furman 69 Alcorn State 70, South Alabama 62 Missouri 61, San Jose State 51 Texas A&M 55. Bradley 53 Kansas State 71. Arkansas 53 Florida State 94, Toledo 91 Pennsylvania 62. Washington St. 55 Purdue 90, La Salle 82 Virginia Tech 89, W. Kentucky 85 'UCLA 87, Old Dominion 74 Arizona State 99, 'Loyola (Calif.) 71 Clemson 71, Brigham Young 66 Lamar 81, Oregon State 77 •j^Qgj CHAMPIONSHIP Indiana 63 North Carolina 50 NATIONAL THIRD PLACE Virginia 78, Louisiana State 74 SEMIFINALS Indiana 67, Louisiana State 49 North Carolina 78, Virginia 65 REGIONAL FINALS Louisiana State 96, Wichita State 85 Indiana 78, St. Joseph's (Pa.) 46 North Carolina 82, Kansas State 68 Virginia 74, Brigham Young 60 REGIONAL SEMIFINALS Louisiana State 72, Arkansas 56 Wichita State 66, Kansas 65 St. Joseph's (Pa.) 42, Boston College 41 Indiana 87, Alabama-Birmingham 72 Kansas State 57, Illinois 52 North Carolina 61, Utah 56 Virginia 62, Tennessee 48 Brigham Young 51, Notre Dame 50 SECOND ROUND Louisiana State 100, Lamar 76 Arkansas 74, Louisville 73 Wichita State 60. Iowa 56 Kansas 88, Arizona State 71 St. Joseph's (Pa.) 49, DePaul 48 Boston College 67, Wake Forest 64 Indiana 99, Maryland 64 Alabama-Birmingham 69, Kentucky 62 Kansas State 50. Oregon State 48 Illinois 67, Wyoming 65 Utah 94, Northeastern 69 North Carolina 74, Pittsburgh 57 Virginia 54, Villanova 50 Tennessee 58, Virginia Commonwealth 56 Brigham Young 78, UCLA 55 Notre Dame 54, James Madison 45 FIRST ROUND Lamar 71, Missouri 67 Arkansas 73, Mercer 67 Wichita State 95, Southern-Baton Rouge 70 Kansas 69, Mississippi 66 St. Joseph's (Pa.) 59, Creighton 57 Boston College 93, Ball State 90 Maryland 81, Tennessee Chattanooga 69 Alabama-Birmingham 93, Western Kentucky 68 Kansas State 64, San Francisco 60 Wyoming 78. Howard 43 Northeastern 55. Fresno State 53 Pittsburgh 70, Idaho 69 Villanova 90, Houston 72 Virginia Commonwealth 85, Long Island 69 Brigham Young 60, Princeton 51 James Madison 60, Georgetown 55 Denny Crum Louisville 1980 Dean Smith North Carolina 1982 1 QQQ CHAMPIONSHIP X 7U£ North Carolina 63. Georgetown 62 SEMIFINALS North Carolina 68, Houston 63 Georgetown 50. Louisville 46 REGIONAL FINALS North Carolina 70. Villanova 60 Houston 99, Boston College 92 Louisville 75, Ala. Birmingham 68 Georgetown 69, Oregon State 45 REGIONAL SEMIFINALS North Carolina 74, Alabama 69 Villanova 70, Memphis State 66 Boston College 69, Kansas State 65 Houston 79, Missouri 78 Ala. Birmingham 68, Virginia 66 Louisville 67, Minnesota 61 Georgetown 58. Fresno State 40 Oregon State 60. Idaho 42 SECOND ROUND North Carolina 52, James Madison 50 Alabama 69, St. John's 68 Villanova 76, Northeastern 72 (3 OT) Memphis State 56. Wake Forest 55 Boston College 82, DePaul 75 Kansas State 65, Arkansas 64 Houston 78, Tulsa 74 Missouri 73, Marquette 68 Virginia 54, Tennessee 51 Ala. Birmingham 80, Indiana 70 Louisville 81. Middle Tenn. State 56 Minnesota 62, Tenn.-Chattanooga 61 Georgetown 51, Wyoming 43 Fresno State 50, West Virginia 46 Idaho 69, Iowa 67 (OT) Oregon State 70. Pepperdine 51 FIRST ROUND James Madison 55. Ohio State 48 St. John's 66, Penn 56 Northeastern 63, St. Joseph's 62 Wake Forest 74, Old Dominion 57 Boston College 70, San Francisco 66 Kansas State 77, Northern Illinois 68 Houston 94, Alcorn State 84 Marquette 67, Evansville62 Tennessee 61, Southwestern Louisiana 57 Indiana 94, Robert Morris 62 Middle Tenn. State 50. Kentucky 44 Tenn.-Chattanooga 58, North Carolina State 51 Wyoming 61, Southern California 58 West Virginia 102. North Carolina A&T 72 Iowa 70, Northeast Louisiana 63 Pepperdine 99, Pittsburgh 88 1 QQQ CHAMPIONSHIP 1700 North Carolina State 54 Houston 52 SEMIFINALS North Carolina State 67, Georgia 60 Houston 94, Louisville 81 REGIONAL FINALS Houston 89, Villanova 71 Louisville 80, Kentucky 68 (OT) North Carolina State 63, Virginia 62 Georgia 82, North Carolina 77 REGIONAL SEMIFINALS Villanova 55, Iowa 54 Houston 70, Memphis State 63 Kentucky 64, Indiana 59 Louisville 65, Arkansas 63 North Carolina State 75, Utah 56 Virginia 95, Boston College 92 North Carolina 64, Ohio State 51 Georgia 70, St. John's 67 CHAMPIONSHIP COACHES 1939 Howard Hobson, Oregon 1962 Edwin Jucker. Cincinnati 1940 Branch McCracken. Indiana 1963 George Ireland, Loyola (111.) 1941 Harold Foster. Wisconsin 1964 John Wooden, UCLA 1942 Everett Dean. Stanford 1965 John Wooden. UCLA 1943 Everett Shelton. Wyoming 1966 Don Haskins, Texas-El Paso 1944 Vadal Peterson, Utah 1967 John Wooden, UCLA 1945 Henry Iba, Oklahoma State 1968 John Wooden. UCLA 1946 Henry Iba, Oklahoma State 1969 John Wooden. UCLA 1947 Alvin Julian. Holy Cross 1970 John Wooden, UCLA 1948 Adolph Rupp. Kentucky 1971 John Wooden, UCLA 1949 Adolph Rupp. Kentucky 1972 John Wooden, UCLA 1950 Nat Holman, CCNY 1973 John Wooden, UCLA 1951 Adolph Rupp. Kentucky 1974 Norm Sloan, North Carolina State 1952 Forrest Allen. Kansas 1975 John Wooden. UCLA 1953 Branch McCracken, Indiana 1976 Bobby Knight. Indiana 1954 Kenneth Loeffler. LaSalle 1977 Al McGuire, Marquette 1955 Phil Woolpert. San Francisco 1978 Joe Hall. Kentucky 1956 Phil Woolpert, San Francisco 1979 Jud Heathcote. Michigan State 1957 Frank McGuire. North Carolina 1980 Denny Crum, Louisville 1958 Adolph Rupp, Kentucky 1981 Bobby Knight, Indiana 1959 Pete Newell. California 1982 Dean Smith. North Carolina 1960 Fred Taylor. Ohio State 1983 Jim Valvano, North Carolina State 1961 Edwin Jucker. Cincinnati 1984 John Thompson. Georgetown 142