Yes; in the 1950-60s, the Illini won in Basketball.
Yes, in 1941
No. Illinois has been to four Final Fours ( 1949-51-52-89 ) but never won the championship. actually Illinois has been to 5 final fours, last one 2005 Yes, Illinois won a NCAA Championship in 1915, going 16-0. This was pre-tournament, so the Helms Foundation determined the NCAA champion back then. The NCAA was founded in 1906. NO. Illinois has won a NATIONAL Championship, but not an NCAA Championship. The Helms awarded titles years later. For example, UNC has won 5 National titles (1924, 1957, 1982, 1993, 2005) but only 4 of them are NCAA Championships. The title in 1924 was awarded by the Helms Foundation, much like the Illini's title in 1915.
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Not in Men's NCAA Basketball
West Virginia has won 15 NCAA Championships in Rifle. This is the only sport West Virginia has ever won a championship in.
Yes, in the 1988-89 season.
No, They have only made it to the Elite Eight.
Yes, in 1993 and 1999.
yes 5 and 14 confrence
1981 NCAA dividion 1-AA
No i dont thank there has ever been
The finals of the 1939 NCAA Division I basketball championship, the first ever, was played at Patten Gymnasium in Evanston, Illinois which was home to the Northwestern University basketball team.
CCNY, led by Irwin Dambrot, won both the NIT and NCAA tournaments in 1950.
Yes ... Troy won the NAIA national championship in 1968 and the NCAA Division II national championship in 1984 and 1987.
No. Their best finish was runner up in 1951 when they lost in the championship game to Kentucky, 68-58.
Butler University will play in its first NCAA basketball championship on April 5, 2010 against Duke University.
No, but we are the first with 2000 wins!
The Villanova Wildcats won the NCAA tournament championship as a #6 seed.