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Daniel Wilco | NCAA.com | November 24, 2018

NIT Season Tip-Off schedule, bracket, scores

The 2018 NIT Season Tip-Off finished Friday, with Kansas beating Tennessee for the title. Below, you’ll find the teams, schedule, bracket and scores for the tournament. The tournament was played Wednesday, Nov. 21 and Friday, Nov. 23.

The four-team tournament featured No. 2 Kansas, No. 5 Tennessee, Louisville, and Marquette.

Here’s everything you need to know for it:

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2018 NIT Season Tip-Off: Schedule, scores (all times EST)

Friday, November 23

Game 3: Marquette 77, Louisville 74 (OT)
Game 4: No. 2 Kansas 87, No. 5 Tennessee 81 (OT)

Wednesday, November 21

Game 1: No. 5 Tennessee 92, Louisville 81
Game 2: No. 2 Kansas 77, Marquette 68

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2018 NIT Season Tip-Off: Bracket:

2018 NIT Season Tip-off bracket

NIT Season Tip-Off: Past champions, runners-up, scores

Arizona and Duke have the most wins in the tournament, with four each. 

Here's the full history:

Year Winner Runner-up Score
2017 Virginia Rhode Island 70-55
2016 Temple West Virginia 81-77
2015 Villanova Georgia Tech 69-52
2014 Gonzaga St. John's 73-66
2013 Arizona Duke 72-66
2012 Michigan Kansas State 71-57
2011 Syracuse Stanford 69-63
2010 Tennessee Villanova 78-68
2009 Duke Connecticut 68-59
2008 Oklahoma Purdue 87-82 (OT)
2007 Texas A&M Ohio State 70-47
2006 Butler Gonzaga 79-71
2005 Duke Memphis 70-67
2004 Wake Forest Arizona 63-60
2003 Georgia Tech Texas Tech 85-65
2002 North Carolina Stanford 74-57
2001 Syracuse Wake Forest 74-67
2000 Duke Temple 63-60
1999 Arizona Kentucky 63-51
1998 North Carolina Stanford 57-49
1997 Kansas Florida State 73-58
1996 Indiana Duke 85-69
1995 Arizona Georgetown 81-71
1994 Ohio New Mexico State 84-80 (OT)
1993 Kansas Massachusetts 86-75
1992 Indiana Seton Hall 78-74
1991 Oklahoma State Georgia Tech 78-71
1990 Arizona Arkansas 89-77
1989 Kansas St. John's 66-57
1988 Syracuse Missouri 86-84 (OT)
1987 Florida Seton Hall 70-68
1986 UNLV Western Kentucky 96-95 (2OT)
1985 Duke Kansas 92-86