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Syracuse Orange NCAA Tournament History & Scores

Syracuse Orange All-Time NCAA Tournament Record: 61-37

The Syracuse Orange, formerly known as the Orangemen, have proven to be one of the most consistent and winningest programs in college basketball since the early 1970s. Syracuse men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim has built the Orange into a perennial powerhouse as the Syracuse program has played in the NCAA Tournament over 30 times winning the NCAA Tournament Championship in 2003 and playing in the Final Four 5 times.



1957 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Connecticut in second round, 82-76
  • Defeated Lafayette in regional semifinal, 75-71
  • Lost to North Carolina in regional final, 67-58

1966 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Davidson in regional semifinal, 94-78
  • Lost to Duke in regional final, 91-81

1973 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Furman in second round, 83-82
  • Lost to Maryland in regional semifinal, 91-75
  • Defeated Pennsylvania in third place game, 69-68

1974 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Oral Roberts in second round, 86-82

1975 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated La Salle in second round, 87-83
  • Defeated North Carolina in regional semifinal, 78-76
  • Defeated Kansas State in regional final, 95-87
  • Lost to Kentucky in National Semifinal, 95-79
  • Lost to Louisville in third place game, 96-88

1976 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Texas Tech in second round, 69-56

1977 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Tennessee in second round, 93-88
  • Lost to Charlotte in regional semifinal, 81-59

1978 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Western Kentucky in second round, 87-86

1979 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Connecticut in second round, 89-81
  • Lost to Pennsylvania in regional semifinal, 84-76

1980 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Villanova in second round, 97-83
  • Lost to Iowa in regional semifinal, 88-77

1983 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Morehead State in first round, 74-59
  • Lost to Ohio State in second round, 79-74

1984 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Virginia Commonwealth in second round, 78-63
  • Lost to Virginia in regional semifinal, 63-55

1985 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated DePaul in first round, 70-65
  • Lost to Georgia Tech in second round, 70-53

1986 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Brown in first round, 101-52
  • Lost to Navy in second round, 97-85

1987 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Georgia Southern in first round, 79-73
  • Defeated Western Kentucky in second round, 104-86
  • Defeated Florida in regional semifinal, 87-81
  • Defeated North Carolina in regional final, 79-75
  • Defeated Providence in National Semifinal, 77-63
  • Lost to Indiana in National Championship, 74-73

1988 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated North Carolina A&T in first round, 69-55
  • Lost to Rhode Island in second round, 97-94

1989 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Bucknell in first round, 104-81
  • Defeated Colorado State in second round, 65-50
  • Defeated Missouri in regional semifinal, 83-80
  • Lost to Illinois in regional final, 89-86

1990 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Coppin State in first round, 70-48
  • Defeated Virginia in second round, 63-61
  • Lost to Minnesota in regional semifinal, 82-75

1991 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Richmond in first round, 73-69

1992 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Princeton in first round, 51-43
  • Lost to Massachusetts in second round, 77-71

1994 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Hawaii in first round, 92-78
  • Defeated Wisconsin-Green Bay in second round, 64-59
  • Lost to Missouri in regional semifinal, 98-88

1995 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Southern Illinois in first round, 96-92
  • Lost to Arkansas in second round, 96-94

1996 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Montana State in first round, 88-55
  • Defeated Drexel in second round, 69-58
  • Defeated Georgia in regional semifinal, 83-81
  • Defeated Kansas in regional final, 60-57
  • Defeated Mississippi State in National Semifinal, 77-69
  • Lost to Kentucky in National Championship, 76-67

1998 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Iona in first round, 63-61
  • Defeated New Mexico in second round, 56-46
  • Lost to Duke in regional semifinal, 80-67

1999 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Oklahoma State in first round, 69-61

2000 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Samford in first round, 79-65
  • Defeated Kentucky in second round, 52-50
  • Lost to Michigan State in regional semifinal, 75-58

2001 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Hawaii in first round, 79-69
  • Lost to Kansas in second round, 87-58

2003 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Manhattan in first round, 76-65
  • Defeated Oklahoma State in second round, 68-56
  • Defeated Auburn in regional semifinal, 79-78
  • Defeated Oklahoma in regional final, 63-47
  • Defeated Texas in National Semifinal, 95-84
  • Defeated Kansas in National Championship, 81-78

2004 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Brigham Young in first round, 80-75
  • Defeated Maryland in second round, 72-70
  • Lost to Alabama in regional semifinal, 80-71

2005 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Vermont in first round, 60-57

2006 NCAA Tournament

  • Lost to Texas A&M in first round, 66-58

2009 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Stephen F. Austin in first round, 59-44
  • Defeated Arizona State in second round, 78-67
  • Lost to Oklahoma in regional semifinal, 84-71

2010 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Vermont in first round, 79-56
  • Defeated Gonzaga in second round, 87-65
  • Lost to Butler in regional semifinal, 63-59

2011 NCAA Tournament

  • Defeated Indiana State in first round, 77-60
  • Lost to Marquette in second round, 66-62

2012 NCAA Tournament

  • Second Round - UNC Asheville - W 72-65
  • Third Round - Kansas State - W 75-59
  • Sweet 16 - Wisconsin - W 64-63
  • Elite 8 - Ohio State - L 77-70

2013 NCAA Tournament

  • Second Round - Montana - W 81-34
  • Third Round - California - W 66-60
  • Sweet 16 - Indiana - W 61-50
  • Elite 8 - Marquette - W 55-39
  • Final Four - Michigan - L 61-56

2014 NCAA Tournament

  • Second Round - Western Michigan - W 77-53
  • Third Round - Dayton - L 55-53

 

 

 


 


 

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