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George Mason Patriots NCAA Tournament History & Scores

George Mason Patriots All-Time NCAA Tournament Record: 5-6
Tournament Appearances: 6
Final Fours: 1
Championships: 0

While the George Mason Patriots are probably best-known for their 2006 NCAA Tournament that ended in the Final Four, few casual fans realize that the George Mason basketball program has been one of college basketball's most successful since Jim Larranaga's arrival in 1997. Larranaga has led George Mason to 13 consecutive winning seasons counting the 2011 season including eight postseason appearances in the NCAA, NIT and Tournament.

1989 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Indiana in first round, 99-85

1999 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Cincinnati in first round, 72-48

2001 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Maryland in first round, 83-80

2006 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Michigan State in first round, 75-65
  • Defeated North Carolina in second round, 65-60
  • Defeated Wichita State in regional semifinal, 63-55
  • Defeated Connecticut in regional final, 86-84
  • Lost to Florida in National Semifinal, 73-58

2008 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Memphis in first round, 75-63
  • Lost to Syracuse in second round, 69-58

2011 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Villanova in first round, 61-57
  • Lost to Ohio State in second round, 98-66


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