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8 seeded Vilanova in 1985

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Q: What is the lowest seed to ever win a the NCAA tournament?
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What was the lowest ranked team to win the NCAA tournament?

Villanova was the lowest seed to win the tournament as an 8 seed in 1985.


Who is the lowest seed to win the NCAA women's tournament?

16


What is the lowest seeded team to ever beat a 1 seed in the ncaa tournament?

16 seed, beat duke last year


What are the lowest seeds ever to play in a NCAA basketball title?

Since the NCAA implemented the 64 seed tournament format in 1985, the lowest seed to make it to the NCAA championship game was #8 seeded Villanova in 1985.


Who is the lowest seed to win the NCAA men's tournament?

8 Seed Villanova in 1985


What has been North Carolina's lowest NCAA tournament seed?

14


In the NCAA tournament has a 13 seed ever made the Elite 8?

No. The lowest seed to reach the Elite 8 was #12 Missouri in 2002.


Who was the lowest seed to win a game in the NCAA tournament?

The lowest seed to ever win a game in the tournament was a 16th seed; it 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.


What was Villanova seeded in the 1985 NCAA tournament?

8th, the lowest seed to win it all


What is the lowest seeded team to ever make it to the final four of the NCAA tournament?

11 seed george mason and 11 sed LSU


Has a men ncaa basketball team won a championship in the 16 seed?

No. No 16th seed has every won the tournament or even won their first game. The lowest seed to ever win the championship is a #8 seed.


Has the 16 seed ever won the NCAA basketball division one tournament?

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