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1995 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 & Final Four Teams

The 1995 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 did not include a single double-digit seed as three #6 seeds, Memphis, Tulsa & Georgetown, represented the lowest-seeded teams in the 1995 Sweet 16. While all four #1 seeds advanced to the Sweet 16, only two made it to the Elite 8. In the end, UCLA, Oklahoma State, Arkansas and North Carolina all advanced to the Final Four as UCLA went on to defeat Arkansas 89-78 in the 1995 men's NCAA Tournament Championship game.



1995 NCAA Tournament - Sweet 16

 

 

East Regional

  • 4 Oklahoma State v 1 Wake Forest
  • 2 Massachusetts v 6 Tulsa

 

West Regional

  • 1 UCLA v 5 Mississippi State
  • 2 Connecticut v 3 Maryland

 

Southeast Regional

  • 1 Kentucky v 5 Arizona State
  • 2 North Carolina v 6 Georgetown

 

Midwest Regional

  • 4 Virginia v 1 Kansas
  • 2 Arkansas v 6 Memphis

 

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1995 NCAA Tournament Final Four

  • #1 UCLA 74 - #4 Oklahoma State 61
  • #2 Arkansas 75 - #2 UNC 68

 

1995 NCAA National Championship

  • #1 UCLA 89 - #2 Arkansas 78

 

 

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