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Wayne Staats | NCAA.com | November 22, 2018

2018 Maui Invitational: Schedule, bracket, scores

The 2018 Maui Invitational ended Wednesday, Nov. 21. Below, find the tournament schedule, bracket and scores. The tournament was from Monday, Nov. 19 through Wednesday, Nov. 21.

No. 3 Gonzaga upset No. 1 Duke to win the 2018 Maui Invitational. Auburn beat Arizona to finish in third place.

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2018 Maui Invitational: Schedule, scores

NOTE: All times ET

Wednesday, Nov. 21

Game 9: Iowa State 87, San Diego State 57
Game 10: Gonzaga 89, Duke 87
Game 11: Xavier 83, Illinois 74
Game 12: Auburn 73, Arizona 57 

Tuesday, Nov. 20

Game 5: San Diego State 79, Xavier 74
Game 6: Iowa State 84, Illinois 68
Game 7: Duke 78, Auburn 72
Game 8: Gonzaga 91, Arizona 74

Monday, Nov. 19

Game 1: Auburn 88, Xavier 79 (OT)
Game 2: Duke 90, San Diego State 64
Game 3: Arizona 71, Iowa State 66
Game 4: Gonzaga 84, Illinois 78

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2018 Maui Invitational: Bracket

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2018 Maui Invitational: Champions, runners-up, scores

Duke has won the most titles, winning the Maui five times: 1992, 1997, 2001, 2007 and 2011. The Blue Devils can extend their own record with a sixth title this year.

Duke is also one of two programs to be undefeated in the tournament. Going into the 2018 event, the Blue Devils are 16-0. Syracuse is 10-0.

DII Chaminade has played in every edition of the Maui Invitational — until this year. The Silverswords will play in a "mainland bracket" but will be playing in the Maui in odd-numbered years. Chaminade will play in a mainland bracket in even-numbered years. Last year, Chaminade upset California 96-72.

Year Champion Runner-up Score
2017 Notre Dame Wichita State 67-66
2016 North Carolina Wisconsin 71-56
2015 Kansas Vanderbilt 70-63
2014 Arizona San Diego State 61-59
2013 Syracuse Baylor 74-67
2012 Illinois Butler 78-61
2011 Duke Kansas 68-61
2010 UConn Kentucky 84-67
2009 Gonzaga Cincinnati 61-59
2008 North Carolina Notre Dame 102-87
2007 Duke Marquette 77-63
2006 UCLA Georgia Tech 65-63
2005 UConn Gonzaga 65-63
2004 North Carolina Iowa 106-92
2003 Dayton Hawaii 82-72
2002 Indiana Virginia 70-63
2001 Duke Ball State 83-71
2000 Arizona Illinois 79-76
1999 North Carolina Purdue 90-75
1998 Syracuse Indiana 76-63
1997 Duke Arizona 95-87
1996 Kansas Virginia 80-63
1995 Villanova North Carolina 77-75
1994 Arizona State Maryland 97-90
1993 Kentucky Arizona 93-92
1992 Duke BYU 89-66
1991 Michigan State Arkansas 86-71
1990 Syracuse Indiana 77-74
1989 Missouri North Carolina 80-73
1988 Michigan Oklahoma 91-80
1987 Iowa Villanova 97-74
1986 Vanderbilt New Mexico 87-71
1985 Michigan Kansas State 80-58
1984 Providence Chaminade 60-58