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1995 NCAA tournament: Bracket, scores, stats, records

All-Time Moments: Edney saves UCLA

The 1995 NCAA tournament saw UCLA win its 11th national title — and stop Arkansas from going back-to-back.

The Bruins' run to the title included Tyus Edney's game-winning score to beat Missouri in the second round. At the Final Four in Seattle, North Carolina and Oklahoma State joined UCLA and Arkansas.

Arkansas' run to the title game is notable for all the close games — the Razorbacks won games by one point, two in overtime, five in overtime, seven in the Elite Eight and then seven again in the Final Four.

1995 NCAA tournament: Bracket

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Here is the 1995 NCAA tournament bracket

1995 NCAA tournament: Scores

  • First Round
    • East Regional
      • No. 1 Wake Forest 79, No. 16 North Carolina A&T 47
      • No. 9 Saint Louis 64, No. 8 Minnesota 61 (OT)
      • No. 5 Alabama 91, No. 12 Penn 85
      • No. 4 Oklahoma State 73, No. 13 Drexel 49
      • No. 6 Tulsa 68, No. 11 Illinois 62
      • No. 14 Old Dominion 89, No. 3 Villanova 81 (3OT)
      • No. 10 Stanford 70, No. 7 UNC Charlotte 68
      • No. 2 UMass 68, No. 15 Saint Peter's 51
    • West Regional
      • No. 1 UCLA 92, No. 16 FIU 56
      • No. 8 Missouri 65, No. 9 Indiana 60
      • No. 5 Mississippi State 75, No. 12 Santa Clara 67
      • No. 4 Utah 76, No. 13 Long Beach State 64
      • No. 11 Texas 90, No. 6 Oregon 73
      • No. 3 Maryland 87, No. 14 Gonzaga 63
      • No. 7 Cincinnati 77, No. 10 Temple 71
      • No. 2 UConn 100, No. 15 Chattanooga 71
    • Southeast Regional
      • No. 1 Kentucky 113, No. 16 Mount St. Mary's 67
      • No. 9 Tulane 76, No. 8 BYU 70
      • No. 5 Arizona State 81, No. 12 Ball State 66
      • No. 13 Manhattan 77, No. 4 Oklahoma 67
      • No. 6 Georgetown 68, No. 11 Xavier 63
      • No. 14 Weber State 79, No. 3 Michigan State 72
      • No. 7 Iowa State 64, No. 10 Florida 61
      • No. 2 North Carolina 80, No. 15 Murray State 70
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 1 Kansas 82, No. 16 Colgate 68
      • No. 8 Western Kentucky 82, No. 9 Michigan 76 (OT)
      • No. 12 Miami (Ohio) 71, No. 5 Arizona 62
      • No. 4 Virginia 96, No. 13 Nicholls State 72
      • No. 6 Memphis 77, No. 11 Louisville 56
      • No. 3 Purdue 49, No. 13 Green Bay 48
      • No. 7 Syracuse 96, No. 10 Southern Illinois 92
      • No. 2 Arkansas 79, No. 15 Texas Southern 78
  • Second Round
    • East Regional
      • No. 1 Wake Forest 64, No. 9 Saint Louis 59
      • No. 4 Oklahoma State 66, No. 13 Alabama 52
      • No. 6 Tulsa 64, No. 14 Old Dominion 52
      • No. 2 UMass 75, No. 10 Stanford 53
    • West Regional
      • No. 1 UCLA 75, No. 8 Missouri 74 | Watch the buzzer beater
      • No. 5 Mississippi State 78, No. 4 Utah 64
      • No. 3 Maryland 82, No. 11 Texas 68
      • No. 2 UConn 96, No. 7 Cincinnati 91
    • Southeast Regional
      • No. 1 Kentucky 82, No. 9 Tulane 60
      • No. 5 Arizona State 64, No. 13 Manhattan 54
      • No. 6 Georgetown 53, No. 14 Weber State 51
      • No. 2 North Carolina 73, No. 7 Iowa State 51
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 1 Kansas 75, No. 8 Western Kentucky 70
      • No. 4 Virginia 60, No. 12 Miami (Ohio) 54 (OT)
      • No. 6 Memphis 75, No. 3 Purdue 73
      • No. 2 Arkansas 96, No. 7 Syracuse 94 (OT)
  • Sweet 16
    • East Regional
      • No. 4 Oklahoma State 71, No. 1 Wake Forest 66
      • No. 2 UMass 76, No. 6 Tulsa 51
    • West Regional
      • No. 1 UCLA 86, No. 5 Mississippi State 67
      • No. 2 UConn 99, No. 3 Maryland 89
    • Southeast Regional
      • No. 1 Kentucky 97, No. 5 Arizona State 73
      • No. 2 North Carolina 74, No. 6 Georgetown 64
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 4 Virginia 67, No. 1 Kansas 58
      • No. 2 Arkansas 96, No. 6 Memphis 91 (OT)
  • Elite Eight
    • East Regional
      • No. 4 Oklahoma State 68, No. 2 UMass 54
    • West Regional
      • No. 1 UCLA 102, No. 2 UConn 96
    • Southeast Regional
      • No. 2 North Carolina 74, No. 1 Kentucky 61
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 2 Arkansas 68, No. 4 Virginia 61
  • Final Four (Seattle, Washington)
    • National semifinals
      • No. 1 UCLA 74, No. 4 Oklahoma State 61
      • No. 2 Arkansas 75, No. 2 North Carolina 68
    • National championship
      • No. 1 UCLA 89, No. 2 Arkansas 78

1995 NCAA tournament: Upsets

The following double-digit seeds won games:

Team Score Opponent
FIRST ROUND
No. 14 Old Dominion 89-81 (3OT) No. 3 Villanova
No. 14 Weber State 79-72 No. 3 Michigan State
No. 13 Manhattan 77-67 No. 4 Oklahoma
No. 12 Miami (Ohio) 71-62 No. 5 Arizona
No. 11 Texas 90-73 No. 6 Oregon
No. 10 Stanford 70-68 No. 7 UNC Charlotte

1995 NCAA tournament: Stats, records

Here are the tournament leaders, with games in parentheses (minimum three games):

Individual scoring

  • Darryl Wilson, Mississippi State (3) — 24.3 points per game

Individual rebounding

  • Tim Duncan, Wake Forest (3) — 14.3 rebounds per game

Individual assists

  • Kevin Ollie, UConn (4) — 8.0

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