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Indiana Hoosiers NCAA Tournament History & Scores

Indiana Hoosiers All-Time NCAA Tournament Record: 64-32

The Indiana Hoosiers have a storied history of NCAA Tournament success winning the National Championship five times and reaching the Final Four eight times. The Hoosiers were the last men's basketball program to end a season undefeated when Bobby Knight's Indiana squad completed the 1975-1976 season 32-0. Since Knight's departure after the 2000 season the Hoosiers have struggled to find the same success reaching the Big Dance just 6 times from 2001-2010. The Hoosiers can also lay claim to the NIT Tournament Championship in 1979.


1940 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Springfield in regional semifinal, 48-24
  • Defeated Duquesne in regional final, 39-30
  • Defeated Kansas in National Championship, 60-42

1953 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated DePaul in second round, 82-80
  • Defeated Notre Dame in regional semifinal, 79-66
  • Defeated LSU in regional final, 80-67
  • Defeated Kansas in National Championship, 69-68

1954 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Notre Dame in second round, 65-64
  • Defeated LSU in third place game, 73-62

1958 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Notre Dame in regional semifinal, 94-87
  • Defeated Miami (OH) in third place game, 98-91

1967 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Virginia Tech in regional semifinal, 79-70
  • Defeated Tennessee in third place game, 51-44

1973 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Marquette in regional semifinal, 75-69
  • Defeated Kentucky in regional final, 72-65
  • Lost to UCLA in National Semifinal, 70-59
  • Defeated Providence in third place game, 97-79

1975 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated UTEP in second round, 78-53
  • Defeated Oregon State in regional semifinal, 81-71
  • Lost to Kentucky in regional final, 92-90

1976 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated St. John's in second round, 90-70
  • Defeated Alabama in regional semifinal, 74-69
  • Defeated Marquette in regional final, 65-56
  • Defeated UCLA in National Semifinal, 65-51
  • Defeated Michigan in National Championship, 86-68

1978 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Furman in second round, 63-62
  • Lost to Villanova in regional semifinal, 61-60

1980 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Virginia Tech in second round, 68-59
  • Lost to Purdue in regional semifinal, 76-69

1981 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Maryland in second round, 99-64
  • Defeated UAB in regional semifinal, 87-72
  • Defeated Saint Joseph's in regional final, 78-46
  • Defeated LSU in National Semifinal, 67-49
  • Defeated North Carolina in National Championship, 63-50

1982 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Robert Morris in first round, 94-62
  • Lost to UAB in second round, 80-70

1983 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Oklahoma in second round, 63-49
  • Lost to Kentucky in regional semifinal, 64-59

1984 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Richmond in second round, 75-67
  • Defeated North Carolina in regional semifinal, 72-68
  • Lost to Virginia in regional final, 50-48

1986 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Cleveland State in first round, 83-79

1987 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Fairfield in first round, 92-58
  • Defeated Auburn in second round, 107-90
  • Defeated Duke in regional semifinal, 88-82
  • Defeated LSU in regional final, 77-76
  • Defeated UNLV in National Semifinal, 97-93
  • Defeated Syracuse in National Championship, 74-73

1988 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Richmond in first round, 72-69

1989 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated George Mason in first round, 99-85
  • Defeated UTEP in second round, 92-69
  • Lost to Seton Hall in regional semifinal, 78-65

1990 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to California in first round, 65-63

1991 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Coastal Carolina in first round, 79-69
  • Defeated Florida State in second round, 82-60
  • Lost to Kansas in regional semifinal, 83-65

1992 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Eastern Illinois in first round, 94-55
  • Defeated LSU in second round, 89-79
  • Defeated Florida State in regional semifinal, 85-74
  • Defeated UCLA in regional final, 106-79
  • Lost to Duke in National Semifinal, 81-78

1993 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Wright State in first round, 97-54
  • Defeated Xavier in second round, 73-70
  • Defeated Louisville in regional semifinal, 82-69
  • Lost to Kansas in regional final, 83-77

1994 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Ohio in first round, 84-72
  • Defeated Temple in second round, 67-58
  • Lost to Boston College in regional semifinal, 77-68

1995 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Missouri in first round, 65-60

1996 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Boston College in first round, 64-51

1997 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Colorado in first round, 80-62

1998 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Oklahoma in first round, 94-87
  • Lost to Connecticut in second round, 78-68

1999 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated George Washington in first round, 108-88
  • Lost to St. John's in second round, 86-61

2000 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Pepperdine in first round, 77-57

2001 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Kent State in first round, 77-73

2002 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Utah in first round, 75-56
  • Defeated North Carolina-Wilmington in second round, 76-67
  • Defeated Duke in regional semifinal, 74-73
  • Defeated Kent State in regional final, 81-69
  • Defeated Oklahoma in National Semifinal, 73-64
  • Lost to Maryland in National Championship, 64-52

2003 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Alabama in first round, 67-62
  • Lost to Pittsburgh in second round, 74-52

2006 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated San Diego State in first round, 87-83
  • Lost to Gonzaga in second round, 90-80

2007 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Gonzaga in first round, 70-57
  • Lost to UCLA in second round, 54-49

2008 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Arkansas in first round, 86-72

2012 NCAA Tournament

  • Second Round - New Mexico State - W 79-66
  • Third Round - VCU - W 63-61
  • Sweet 16 - Kentucky - L 102-90

2013 NCAA Tournament

  • Second Round - James Madison - W 83-62
  • Third Round - Temple - W 58-52
  • Sweet 16 - Syracuse - L 61-50

2015 NCAA Tournament

  • Second Round - #7 Wichita State - L 81-76

 

 

 


 


 

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