16 seed, beat duke last year
No there hasn't been any 16th seed team to beat a number 1 seed. But there has been a teams that were a 15th seed to beat a 2nd seed
In 2006, George Mason made it as a #11 seed. This is not necessarily the lowest seed of all time to make it to the final four.
1, they were the lowest seed to win the national championship as an 8 seed in 1985, they beat Georgetown
Yes,In 1998 in the NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Tournament 16 seed Harvard beat 1 seed Stanford
The answer to your question is yes. George Mason (2006) and LSU (1986) both beat #1 seeds as #11 seeds. In 2011, Virginia Commonwealth (VCU) beat #1 Kansas to become the third #11-seed (LSU and George Mason being the first two) to advance to the Final Four.
Yes. Several times. One of the most recent times was in 2007 when Golden State Warriors beat the heavily favored Dallas Mavericks.
Yes a number 16 seed has beat a number one seed in the NCAA basketball tournament, but it was in the womens' tournament. In 1988, 16th seed Harvard beat 1st seed Stanford in the womens' tourney. (Answer by Mymomisnfat) It also happened in 2018 when the University of Maryland - Baltimore County (16th seed in the South) beat the University of Virginia (1st seed in the South) by a score of 74 - 54.
A #1 seed has beaten a #8 seed 37 out of 46 times (80.43%)
Arizona was the first to beat three No 1 seed teams in a NCAA Tournament.
ETSU got beat as a 16 seed by Oklahoma in 1989