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1984 National Invitation Tournament

1984 National Invitation Tournament
Teams 32
Finals site Madison Square Garden
New York City
Champions Michigan (1st title)
Runner-up Notre Dame (2nd title game)
Semifinalists
Winning coach Bill Frieder (1st title)
MVP Tim McCormick Michigan
National Invitation Tournaments
«1983 1985»

The 1984 National Invitation Tournament was the 1984 edition of the annual NCAA college basketball competition.

Selected teams

Below is a list of the 32 teams selected for the tournament.[1]
Participants
Boston College
Chattanooga
Creighton
Florida
Florida State
Fordham
Georgia
Georgia Tech
Iowa State
Lamar
La Salle
Southwestern Louisiana
Marquette
Michigan
Nebraska
New Mexico
North Carolina State
Notre Dame
Ohio State
Old Dominion
Oregon
Pittsburgh
St. Joseph's
Saint Peter's
Santa Clara
South Alabama
Tennessee
Utah State
Virginia Tech
Weber State
Wichita State
Xavier

Brackets/Results

Below are the four first round brackets, along with the four-team championship bracket.[1]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals
                 
  Southwestern Louisiana 94
  Utah State 92
  Southwestern Louisiana 74
  Weber State 72
  Weber State 75
  Fordham 63
  Southwestern Louisiana 97
  Santa Clara 76
  Lamar 64
  New Mexico 61
  Lamar 74
  Santa Clara 76
  Santa Clara 66
  Oregon 53
First Round Second Round Quarterfinals
                 
  Florida State 74
  North Carolina State 71
  Florida State 63
  Pittsburgh 66
  Pittsburgh 95
  La Salle 91
  Pittsburgh 64
  Notre Dame 72
  Boston College 75
  St. Joseph's 63
  Boston College 52
  Notre Dame 66
  Notre Dame 67
  Old Dominion 62
First Round Second Round Quarterfinals
                 
  Michigan 94
  Wichita State 70
  Michigan 83
  Marquette 70
  Marquette 73
  Iowa State 53
  Michigan 63
  Xavier 62
  Xavier 60
  Ohio State 57
  Xavier 58
  Nebraska 57
  Nebraska 56
  Creighton 54
First Round Second Round Quarterfinals
                 
  Virginia Tech 77
  Georgia Tech 74
  Virginia Tech 68
  South Alabama 66
  South Alabama 88
  Florida 87
  Virginia Tech 72
  Tennessee 68
  Tennessee 54
  Saint Peter's 40
  Tennessee 68
  Chattanooga 66
  Chattanooga 74
  Georgia 69

Semifinals & Finals

Semifinals Finals
           
  Southwestern Louisiana 59
  Notre Dame 65
  Notre Dame 63
  Michigan 83
  Michigan 78
  Virginia Tech 75
  • Third Place - Virginia Tech 71, Southwestern Louisiana 70

References

  1. ^ a b Tournament Results (1980's) at nit.org, URL accessed November 7, 2009. Archived 11/7/09
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