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Image 143 of 1985 NCAA Championship, March 30-April 1, 1985

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SECOND ROUND Villanova 60, Lamar 58 Houston 60, Maryland 50 Iowa 77, Missouri 63 Memphis State 66, Georgetown 57 Kentucky 57, Ohio 40 Arkansas 78, Purdue 68 Indiana 63, Oklahoma 49 Louisville 70, Tennessee 57 Virginia 65, Washington State 49 Utah 67, UCLA 61 North Carolina State 71, Nevada Las Vegas 70 Boston College 51, Princeton 42 North Carolina 68, James Madison 49 Georgia 56, Virginia Commonwealth 54 Ohio State 79, Syracuse 74 St. John's 66, Rutgers 55 FIRST ROUND Maryland 52, Tennessee-Chattanooga 51 Lamar 73, Alabama 50 Georgetown 68, Alcorn State 63 Iowa 64, Utah State 59 Purdue 55, Robert Morris 53 Ohio 51, Illinois State 49 Tennessee 57, Marquette 56 Oklahoma 71, Alabama-Birmingham 63 Utah 52, Illinois 49 Washington State 62, Weber State 52 Princeton 56, Oklahoma State 53 North Carolina State 69, Pepperdine 67 (2 OT) James Madison 57, West Virginia 50 Virginia Commonwealth 76, LaSalle 67 Syracuse 74, Morehead State 59 Rutgers 60, Southwestern Louisiana 53 OPENING ROUND Robert Morris 64, Georgia Southern 54 Alcorn State 81, Xavier 75 Princeton 53, North Carolina A&T 41 LaSalle 70, Boston U. 58 Jim Valvano North Carolina State 1983 1 Qft/1 CHAMPIONSHIP A ^O** Georgetown 84 Houston 75 SEMIFINALS Georgetown 53, Kentucky 40 Houston 49, Virginia 47 (OT) REGIONAL FINALS Kentucky 54, Illinois 51 Georgetown 61, Dayton 49 Virginia 50, Indiana 48 Houston 68, Wake Forest 63 REGIONAL SEMIFINALS Kentucky 72, Louisville 67 Illinois 72, Maryland 70 Georgetown 62, Nevada-Las-Vegas 48 Dayton 64, Washington 58 Indiana 72, North Carolina 68 Virginia 63, Syracuse 55 Wake Forest 73, DePaul 71 (OT) Houston 78, Memphis State 71 SECOND ROUND Kentucky 93, Brigham Young 68 Louisville 69, Tulsa 67 Maryland 102, West Virginia 77 Illinois 64, Villanova 56 Georgetown 37, So. Methodist 36 Nevada-Las-Vegas 73, Texas El Paso 60 Washington 80, Duke 78 Dayton 89, Oklahoma 85 North Carolina 77, Temple 66 Indiana 75, Richmond 67 Syracuse 78, Va. Comm. 63 Virginia 53, Arkansas 51 DePaul 75, Illinois St. 61 Wake Forest 69, Kansas 59 Memphis St. 66, Purdue 48 Houston 77, La. Tech 69 FIRST ROUND Brigham Young 84, Ala.-Birm. 68 Louisville 72, Morehead St. 59 West Virginia 64, Oregon St. 62 Villanova 84, Marshall 72 So. Methodist 83, Miami (OH) 69 Nevada-Las-Vegas 68, Princeton 56 Washington 64, Nevada-Reno 54 Dayton 74, LSU 66 Temple 65, St. John's 63 Richmond 72, Auburn 71 Va. Comm. 70, Northeastern 69 Virginia 58. lona 57 Illinois St. 49, Alabama 48 Kansas 57, Alcorn St. 56 Memphis St. 92, Oral Roberts 83 La. Tech 66, Fresno St. 56 OPENING ROUND Morehead St. 70, N.C. A&T 69 Princeton 65, San Diego 56 Richmond 89, Rider 65 Northeastern 90, Long Island 87 Alcorn St. 79, Houston Bapt. 60 *Student-athletes representing these institutions in the years listed below were declared ineligible subsequent to the respective tournament years. Under NCAA rules, the teams' records and ineligible student-athletes' records were deleted and the teams' places in the final standings were vacated. (Records and team places below not included in official won-lost statistics.) St. Joseph's (Pa.)—1961 (3-1, third). Long Beach State—1971 (2-1); 1972 (2-1); 1973 (2-1). Villanova—1971 (4-1, second). Western Kentucky—1971 (4-1, third). Southwestern Louisiana—1972 (2-1); 1973 (1-2). Austin Peay—1973 (1-2). lona—1980 (1-1). Loyola (Calif.)—1980 (0-1). UCLA—1980 (5-1). John Thompson Georgetown 1984 1985NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP