UNC was a number 1 seed in the 2009 NCAA Basketball tournament.
Wake Forest was a number 4 seed in the 2009 NCAA Basketball Tournament.
The Louisville Cardinals are the overall number one seed in the 2009 NCAA tournament and will be playing in the Midwest Region
Michigan was a #3 seed when they won the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament in 1989.
Yes,In 1998 in the NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Tournament 16 seed Harvard beat 1 seed Stanford
It has not yet occurred in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.
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I believe so.
Villanova was an eighth seed in 1985.
East Tennessee State was last in the NCAA men's basketball tournament in 2010. They were a #16 seed.
NC State was a #6 seed in 1983.
The University of Louisville, who was the number one overall seed in the tournament, and Western Kentucky University were the only two. Kentucky played in the NIT Tournament.
Zags are a college basketball team that played in the NCAA tournament that tabbed the #1 seed.
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i dont know how you dont know this if your a basketball fan but it is a number 1 seed
2 seed Maryland in round of 32
The number one seeds in the 1980 NCAA basketball tournament were DePaul, LSU, Kentucky and Syracuse. Louisville was a number two seed. Click on the '1980 NCAA Basketball Seedings' link on this page to see an entire listing of the seedings.
Yes. NC State in 1983 and Kansas in 1988.
Marquette was the #16 seed in the NCAA Men's basketball tournament in 1977. They advanced and won the championship. They were also the only team to ever beat all 4 #1 seeds during the ncaa tournament.
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.
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.
A #1 seed, of course.