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Arizona Wildcats NCAA Tournament History & Scores

Arizona Wildcats All-Time NCAA Tournament Record: 44-28

The Arizona Wildcats rose to national prominence after the arrival of Lute Olson in 1984, and from 1985 to 2009 the Wildcats reached the NCAA Tournament for 25 consecutive years. Arizona has played in the Final Four in four seasons winning the National Championship in 1997 and losing the Championship Game in 2001.


1951 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Kansas State in second round, 61-59

1976 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Georgetown in second round, 83-76
  • Defeated UNLV in regional semifinal, 114-109
  • Lost to UCLA in regional final, 82-66

1977 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Southern Illinois in second round, 81-77

1985 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Alabama in first round, 50-41

1986 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Auburn in first round, 73-63

1987 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to UTEP in first round, 98-91

1988 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Cornell in first round, 90-50
  • Defeated Seton Hall in second round, 84-55
  • Defeated Iowa in regional semifinal, 99-79
  • Defeated North Carolina in regional final, 70-52
  • Lost to Oklahoma in National Semifinal, 86-78

1989 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Robert Morris in first round, 94-60
  • Defeated Clemson in second round, 94-68
  • Lost to UNLV in regional semifinal, 68-67

1990 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated South Florida in first round, 79-67
  • Lost to Alabama in second round, 77-55

1991 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated St. Francis (PA) in first round, 93-80
  • Defeated Brigham Young in second round, 76-61
  • Lost to Seton Hall in regional semifinal, 81-77

1992 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to East Tennessee State in first round, 87-80

1993 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Santa Clara in first round, 64-61

1994 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Loyola (MD) in first round, 81-55
  • Defeated Virginia in second round, 71-58
  • Defeated Louisville in regional semifinal, 82-70
  • Defeated Missouri in regional final, 92-72
  • Lost to Arkansas in National Semifinal, 91-82

1995 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Miami (OH) in first round, 71-62

1996 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Valparaiso in first round, 90-51
  • Defeated Iowa in second round, 87-73
  • Lost to Kansas in regional semifinal, 83-80

1997 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated South Alabama in first round, 65-57
  • Defeated Charleston in second round, 73-69
  • Defeated Kansas in regional semifinal, 85-82
  • Defeated Providence in regional final, 96-92
  • Defeated North Carolina in National Semifinal, 66-58
  • Defeated Kentucky in National Championship, 84-79

1998 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Nicholls State in first round, 99-60
  • Defeated Illinois State in second round, 82-49
  • Defeated Maryland in regional semifinal, 87-79
  • Lost to Utah in regional final, 76-51

1999 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Oklahoma in first round, 61-60

2000 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Jackson State in first round, 71-47
  • Lost to Wisconsin in second round, 66-59

2001 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Eastern Illinois in first round, 101-76
  • Defeated Butler in second round, 73-52
  • Defeated Mississippi in regional semifinal, 66-56
  • Defeated Illinois in regional final, 87-81
  • Defeated Michigan State in National Semifinal, 80-61
  • Lost to Duke in National Championship, 82-72

2002 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated UC Santa Barbara in first round, 86-81
  • Defeated Wyoming in second round, 68-60
  • Lost to Oklahoma in regional semifinal, 88-67

2003 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Vermont in first round, 80-51
  • Defeated Gonzaga in second round, 96-95
  • Defeated Notre Dame in regional semifinal, 88-71
  • Lost to Kansas in regional final, 78-75

2004 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Seton Hall in first round, 80-76

2005 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Utah State in first round, 66-53
  • Defeated UAB in second round, 85-63
  • Defeated Oklahoma State in regional semifinal, 79-78
  • Lost to Illinois in regional final, 90-89

2006 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Wisconsin in first round, 94-75
  • Lost to Villanova in second round, 82-78

2007 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Purdue in first round, 72-63

2008 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to West Virginia in first round, 75-65

2009 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Utah in first round, 84-71
  • Defeated Cleveland State in second round, 71-57
  • Lost to Louisville in regional semifinal, 103-64

2011 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Memphis in first round, 77-75
  • Defeated Texas in second round, 70-69
  • Defeated Duke in Sweet 16, 93-77
  • Lost to Connecticut in Elite 8, 65-63

2013 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Belmont in second round, 81-64
  • Defeated Harvard in third round, 74-51
  • Lost to Ohio State in Sweet 16, 73-70

2014 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Weber State in second round, 68-59
  • Defeated Gonzaga in third round, 84-61
  • Defeated San Diego State in Sweet 16, 70-64
  • Lost to Wisconsin in Elite 8, 64-63

2015 NCAA Tournament

  • Second Round - #15 Texas Southern - W 93-72
  • Third Round - #10 Ohio State - W 73-58
  • Sweet 16 - #6 Xavier - W 68-60
  • Elite 8 - #1 Wisconsin - L 85-78

 

 


 


 

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