NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Championship was created in 1982.
NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship was created in 1939.
a lot of teams. In fact, about 100!
The venue of the 2014 NCAA Division you Basketball Championship was PNC Arena.
NCAA Women's Division III Basketball Championship was created in 1982.
NCAA Women's Division II Basketball Championship was created in 1982.
There are currently 347 teams in NCAA Division 1 Basketball.
NCAA Division 1 Basketball teams
== == In Division I, there are 347 teams.
In the NCAA Men's Division 1 Championship, the game itself is simply called the championship game. The tournament leading up the the championship is referred to as "March Madness" and the four teams that play to determine who will play for the NCAA Division 1 Championship are collectively referred to as the "Final Four."
There are 346 mens basketball teams in the NCAA Division I.
NCAA Division III is made up of 444 member institutions. It is the largest NCAA division. It has more participants (about 170,000 student-athletes) and number of schools than any other NCAA division. There are 413 NCAA Division III Men's Basketball teams and 434 Women's teams.
There were 53 teams in the 1984 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship (5 play-in games before the tournament).
The University of Connecticut defeated Butler University in the 2011 NCAA Men's Championship.
The University of San Francisco defeated the University of Iowa, 83-71, to win the 1956 NCAA Division I basketball championship.
North Carolina State defeated Houston, 54-52, to win the 1983 NCAA Division I basketball championship.
NCAA Division 1 Mens Basketball championship
D1 Basketball is Division 1 with all of the Major NCAA Teams.
Villanova defeated Georgetown, 66-64, in the finals to win the 1985 NCAA Division 1 basketball national championship.
A total of 8 teams played in the 1939 NCAA basketball tournament. Oregon won the NCAA national championship that year.
The NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship, also known as March Madness, represents many schools across the United States. In 2014, for example, the Final Four included teams from Connecticut, Florida, Kentucky, and Wisconsin.