Who won the NIT in 1963?

December 4, 2019 Off By idswater

Who won the NIT in 1963?

Providence Friars
1963 National Invitation Tournament

Season 1962–63
Champions Providence Friars (2nd title)
Runner-up Canisius Golden Griffins (1st title game)
Semifinalists Marquette Warriors (1st semifinal) Villanova Wildcats (1st semifinal)
Winning coach Joe Mullaney (2nd title)

Who beat Loyola in 1963?

We Won!” into his overworked microphone. Loyola University Chicago upset Cincinnati 60-58 in overtime and became the 1963 National Basketball Champions. Even today, Loyola remains the only school in Illinois to have won a Division I National Championship in basketball.

What seed was Loyola in 1963?

NCAA Tournament results

Year Seed Round
1963 Round of 25 Sweet Sixteen Elite Eight Final Four National Championship
1964 Round of 25 Sweet Sixteen Regional 3rd Place Game
1966 Round of 22
1968 Round of 23

What impact did Loyola’s 1963 team make?

Loyola is still the only team in Illinois to win the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. The entire 1963 team was inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame, becoming the first team to receive this honor.

Who won the 1961 NCAA basketball championship?

Cincinnati
Cincinnati, coached by Ed Jucker, won the national title with a 70–65 victory in the final game over state rival Ohio State, coached by Fred Taylor.

Who was the winner of the 1953 NIT?

Below is a list of NIT Champions, runners-up and the head coaches for each team: Year NIT Champion / Head Coach Runner-Up / Head Coach 1953 John Russell Dusty DeStafano 1954 Holy Cross Duquesne 1954 Lester Sheary Dudey Moore 1955 Duquesne Dayton

Who are the past champions of the NIT?

Below is a list of NIT Champions, runners-up and the head coaches for each team: Year NIT Champion / Head Coach Runner-Up / Head Coach 1938 Temple Colorado 1938 James Usilton Frosty Cox 1939 Long Island Loyola (IL) 1939 Clair Bee Lenny Sachs

Who was the winner of the 1997 NIT?

Below is a list of NIT Champions, runners-up and the head coaches for each team: ** these NIT titles were later vacated by the NCAA; 1997 had been won by Michigan, 1998 by Minnesota and 2003 by St. John’s

Who was the winner of the 1947 NIT?

Below is a list of NIT Champions, runners-up and the head coaches for each team: Year NIT Champion / Head Coach Runner-Up / Head Coach 1946 Adolph Rupp Frank Keaney 1947 Utah Kentucky 1947 Vadal Peterson Adolph Rupp 1948 Saint Louis NYU

When did the first NIT tournament take place?

List of NIT Champions. The first National Invitation Tournament (NIT) took place in 1938, one year before the first NCAA Tournament. Founded by the Metropolitan Basketball Writers Association, the NIT was originally considered to be the more prestigious of the two major postseason tournaments in men’s college basketball.

Below is a list of NIT Champions, runners-up and the head coaches for each team: ** these NIT titles were later vacated by the NCAA; 1997 had been won by Michigan, 1998 by Minnesota and 2003 by St. John’s