UConn Men NCAA Tournament History

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Hugh Greer

1951—First round: lost to St. John's, 63-52

1954—First round: lost to Navy, 85-80

1956—First round: beat Manhattan, 84-75; Sweet 16: lost to Temple, 65-59; Regional third-place game: lost to Dartmouth, 85-64

1957—First round: lost to Syracuse, 82-76

1958—First round: lost to Dartmouth, 75-64

1959—First round: lost to Boston University, 60-58

1960—First round: lost to NYU, 78-59

George Wigton

1963—First round: lost to West Virginia, 77-71

Fred Shabel

1964—First round: beat Temple, 53-48; Sweet 16: beat Princeton, 52-50; Elite Eight: lost to Duke, 101-54

1965—First round: lost to St. Joseph's, 67-61

1967—First round: lost to Boston College, 48-42

Dee Rowe

1976—First round: beat Hofstra, 80-78 (OT); Sweet 16: lost to Rutgers, 93-79

Dom Perno

1979—First round: lost to Syracuse, 89-81

Jim Calhoun

1990—First round: beat Boston University, 76-52; second round: beat California, 74-54; Sweet 16: beat Clemson, 71-70; Elite Eight: lost to Duke, 79-78 (OT)

1991—First round: beat LSU, 79-62; second round: beat Xavier, Ohio, 66-50; Sweet 16: lost to Duke, 81-67

1992—First round: beat Nebraska, 86-65; second round: lost to Ohio State, 78-55

1994—First round: beat Rider, 64-46; second round: beat George Washington, 75-63; Sweet 16: lost to Florida, 69-60 (OT)

1995—First round: beat Tennessee-Chattanooga, 100-71; second round: beat Cincinnati, 96-91; Sweet 16: beat Maryland, 99-89; Elite Eight: lost to UCLA, 102-96

1996—First round: beat Colgate, 68-59; second round: beat Eastern Michigan, 95-81; Sweet 16: lost to Miss. State, 73-63

1998—First round: beat Fairleigh Dickinson, 93-85; second round: beat Indiana, 78-68; Sweet 16: beat Washington, 75-74; Elite Eight: lost to North Carolina, 75-64

1999—First round: beat Texas-San Antonio, 91-66; second round: beat New Mexico, 78-56; Sweet 16: beat Iowa, 78-68; Elite Eight: beat Gonzaga, 67-62; Final Four: beat Ohio State, 64-58; National Championship: beat Duke, 77-74

2000—First round: beat Utah State, 75-67; second round: lost to Tennessee, 65-61

2002—First round: beat Hampton, 78-67; second round: beat North Carolina State, 77-74; Sweet 16: beat Southern Illinois, 71-59; Elite Eight: lost to Maryland, 90-82

2003—First round: beat BYU, 58-53; second round: beat Stanford, 85-74. Sweet 16: lost to Texas, 82-78

2004—First round: beat Vermont, 70-53; second round: beat DePaul, 72-55; Sweet 16: beat Vanderbilt, 73-53; Elite Eight: beat Alabama, 87-81; Final Four: beat Duke, 79-78; National Championship: beat Georgia Tech, 82-73

2005—First round: beat Central Florida, 77-71; second round: lost to North Carolina State, 65-62

2006—First round: beat Albany, 72-59; second round: beat Kentucky, 87-83; Sweet 16: beat Washington, 98-92 (OT); Elite Eight: lost to George Mason, 86-84 (OT)

2008—First round: lost to San Diego, 70-69 (OT)

2009—First round: beat Chattanooga, 103-47; second round: beat Texas A&M, 92-66; Sweet 16: beat Purdue, 72-60; Elite Eight: beat Missouri, 82-75; Final Four: lost to Michigan State, 82-73

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