NCAA Tournament: Schools with the Most Championship Game Appearances

The UCLA Bruins Have 13 NCAA Tournament National Final Appearances

The UCLA Bruins Have 13 NCAA Tournament National Final Appearances

When you think the greatest college basketball dynasty, UCLA comes to mind. They won 11 championships (1o in the 1960s and 1970s). The Bruins also have the most NCAA Tournament Championship Game appearances, 13.

But while Kentucky and Duke are behind in titles, they’re pretty darn close in Finals appearances – 11 and 10, respectively.

These three schools lead the list of teams with the most appearances in the National Final. Tomorrow, Championship Game records of every school.

We’re having some technical glitches posting tables and are working on them. Hopefully will be resolved soon. Please stay tuned. Here’s the info…

UPDATED LIST: Through the 2014 NCAA Tournament. Kentucky has snagged its 12th appearance – just one behind the legendary UCLA program. UConn is going to the big game for the fourth time.

1. UCLA 13
2. Kentucky 12
3. Duke 10
4. Kansas 9
4. North Carolina 9
6. Indiana 6
6. Michigan 6
8. Ohio State 5
9. Georgetown 4
9. Connecticut 4 
11. Cincinnati 3
11. Florida 3
11. Louisville 3
11. Michigan State 3
11. Oklahoma A&M 3
11. Syracuse 3
17. Arizona 2
17. Arkansas 2
17. Bradley 2
17. Butler 2
17. California 2
17. Dartmouth 2
17. Houston 2
17. La Salle 2
17. Marquette 2
17. North Carolina State 2
17. Oklahoma 2
17. San Francisco 2
17. Utah 2
17. Villanova 2
31. Baylor 1
31. CCNY 1
31. Dayton 1
31. Florida State 1
31. Georgia Tech 1
31. Holy Cross 1
31. Illinois 1
31. Indiana State 1
31. Iowa 1
31. Jacksonville 1
31. Kansas State 1
31. Loyola Chicago 1
31. Maryland 1
31. Memphis State 1
31. Memphis 1
31. NYU 1
31. Oregon 1
31. Purdue 1
31. Seattle 1
31. Seton Hall 1
31. St. John’s 1
31. Stanford 1
31. Texas Western 1
31. UNLV 1
31. Washington State 1
31. West Virginia 1
31. Wisconsin 1
31. Wyoming 1

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