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1953 National Invitation Tournament

 

1953 National Invitation Tournament

1953 National Invitation Tournament
Teams 12
Finals site Madison Square Garden
New York City
Champions Seton Hall (1st title)
Runner-up St. John's (3rd title game)
Semifinalists
Winning coach John Russell (1st title)
MVP Walter Dukes Seton Hall
National Invitation Tournaments
«1952 1954»

The 1953 National Invitation Tournament was the 1953 edition of the annual NCAA college basketball competition.

Selected teams

Below is a list of the 12 teams selected for the tournament.[1]
Participants
BYU
Duquesne
Georgetown
La Salle
Louisville
Manhattan
Niagara
St. John's
Saint Louis
Seton Hall
Tulsa
Western Kentucky

Brackets/Results

Below is the tournament bracket.[1]

  First round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                     
 St. John's 81  
 Saint Louis 66  
   St. John's 75  
     La Salle 74  
      
        
   St. John's 64  
   Duquesne 55  
        
        
   Western Kentucky 61
     Duquesne 69  
 Duquesne 88
 Tulsa 69  
   St. John's 46
   Seton Hall 58
 Louisville 92  
 Georgetown 79  
   Louisville 66
     Manhattan 79  
      
        
   Manhattan 56
   Seton Hall 74  
        
        
   Seton Hall 79
     Niagara 74  
 Niagara 82
 BYU 76  
  • Third Place - Duquesne 81, Manhattan 67

References

  1. ^ a b Tournament Results (1950's) at nit.org, URL accessed December 8, 2009. Archived 11/7/09
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