1992 College Basketball NCAA Turnier (64 Mannschaften)

1992 College Basketball NCAA Turnier (64 Mannschaften)
1992 College Basketball NCAA Turnier (64 Mannschaften)
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East Regional

Herzog 82, Campbell 56
Kentucky 88, Old Dominion 69
Massachusetts 85, Fordham 58
Seton Halle 78, La Salle 76
Missouri 89, West Virginia 78
Syracuse 51, Princeton 43
Iowa St. 76, NC-Charlotte 74
Iowa 98, Texas 92
Duke 75, Iowa 62
Kentucky 106, Iowa St. 98
Seton Hall 88, Missouri 71
UMass 77, Syracuse 71 (OT)
SemifinaleDuke 81, Seton Hall 69
Kentucky 87, UMass 77
FinaleDuke 104, Kentucky 103 (OT)

West Regional

UCLA 73, Robert Morris 53
Indiana 94, Eastern Ill. 55
Florida St. 78, Montana 68
SW Louisiana 87, Oklahoma 83
New Mexico St. 81, DePaul 73
Georgetown 75, Südflorida 60
LSU 94, BYU 83
UCLA 85, Louisville 69
Indiana 89, LSU 79
Florida St. 78, Georgetown 68
N. Mexico St. 81, SW Louisiana 73
SemifinaleUCLA 85, N. Mexico St. 78
Indiana 85, Florida St. 74
FinaleIndiana 106, UCLA 79

Midwest Regional

Kansas 100, Howard 67
USC 84, NE Louisiana 54
Arkansas 80, Murray St. 69
Cincinnati 85, Delaware 47
Michigan St. 61, SW Missouri St. 54
Memphis St. 80, Pepperdine 70
Georgia Tech 65, Houston 60
UTEP 55, Evansville 50
UTEP 66, Kansas 60
Georgia Tech 79, USC 78
Memphis St. 82, Arkansas 80
Cincinnati 77, Michigan St. 65
SemifinaleCincinnati 69, UTEP 67
Memphis St. 83, Georgia Tech 79
FinaleCincinnati 88, Memphis St. 57

Southeast Regional

Ohio St. 83, Miss. Valley St. 56
Oklahoma St. 100, Ga. Southern 73
East Tenn. St. 87, Arizona 80
North Carolina 68, Miami-OH 63
Alabama 80, Stanford 75
Michigan 73, Tempel 66
Tulane 61, St. John's 57
Connecticut 86, Nebraska 65
Ohio St. 78, Connecticut 55
Oklahoma St. 87, Tulane 71
North Carolina 64, Alabama 55
Michigan 102, East Tenn. St. 90
SemifinaleOhio St. 80, North Carolina 73
Michigan 75, Oklahoma St. 72
FinaleMichigan 75, Ohio St. 71 (OT)

LETZTEN VIER

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SemifinaleDuke 81, Indiana 78
Michigan 76, Cincinnati 72
MeisterschaftDuke 71, Michigan 51
Bobby Hurley, Herzog
All-TurnierHurley, Christian Laettner und Grant Hill, Duke;
Jalen Rose und Chris Webber, Michigan.