PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops started, Duke has made the round of 16 seventeen times.
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Since 1996, no #1 seed advanced to the national semifinals in two tournaments (2006 and 2011). Both times a #11 seed was there.
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Since 1996, four #8 seed teams have advanced to the national semifinals (UNC and Wisconsin, both in 2000, Butler in 2011, and Kentucky in 2014).
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During PickHoops history, 6 teams have won the championship at least twice. They are Connecticut (4), Kentucky (3), Duke (3), UNC (3), Villanova (2), and Florida (2).
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Since 1996, Kentucky is 5-2 in the national semifinals.
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In twenty four years, the lowest seeds to advance to the national semifinals were George Mason University (2006), VCU (2011), and Loyola (2018), all #11 seeds.
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Since PickHoops was founded, UCLA has 3 appearances in the national semifinals.
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During PickHoops history, the most common numbers of #1 seeds in the national semifinals are 2 (nine times) and 1 (nine times).
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During PickHoops history, 13 different schools have won the national championship.
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Since PickHoops was founded, only three teams seeded lower than #5 have reached the national championship game (#8 Butler in 2011, and #7 Connecticut vs. #8 Kentucky in 2014).
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In twenty four years, four #8 seed teams have advanced to the national semifinals (UNC and Wisconsin, both in 2000, Butler in 2011, and Kentucky in 2014).
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Since 1996, the Big 12 has had five different schools advance to the national semifinals (Kansas, Oklahoma State, Texas, Texas Tech, and Oklahoma).
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Since 1996, the ACC has eight champions (Duke three times, UNC three times, Virginia one time, and former member Maryland once).
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Since PickHoops started, UNC and Michigan State have each made 8 national semifinal appearances, and Kentucky has made 7.
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In twenty four years, three #3 seeds have won the championship (Syracuse in 2003, Florida in 2006 and UConn in 2011).
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Since PickHoops started, a team seeded #9 or lower has advanced to the round of sixteen 58 times, about 15 percent of the time.
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In twenty four years, the national semifinals have featured just one #1 seed nine times.

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