NCAA Tournament

Meet the teams in the NCAA Tournament East Region

Updated: 2013-03-18T02:49:19Z

1. Indiana Hoosiers

•  City: Bloomington, Ind.

•  Record: 27-6

•  Coach: Tom Crean

•  Conference: Big Ten

•  Tournament record: 62-31

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Cody Zeller, 16.9

2. Miami Hurricanes

•  City: Coral Gables, Fla.

•  Record: 27-6

•  Coach: Jim Larranga

•  Conference: Atlantic Coast

•  Tournament record: 4-6

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2008

•  Top scorer: Shane Larkin, 14.6

3. Marquette Golden Eagles

•  City: Milwaukee

•  Record: 23-8

•  Coach: Buzz Williams

•  Conference: Big East

•  Tournament record: 38-31

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Vander Blue, 14.3

4. Syracuse Orange

•  City: Syracuse, N.Y.

•  Record: 26-9

•  Coach: Jim Boeheim

•  Conference: Big East

•  Tournament record: 56-35

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: C.J. Fair, 14.4

5. UNLV Rebels

•  City: Las Vegas

•  Record: 25-9

•  Coach: Dave Rice

•  Conference: Mountain West

•  Tournament record: 33-18

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Anthony Bennett, 16.1

6. Butler Bulldogs

•  City: Indianapolis

•  Record: 26-8

•  Coach: Brad Stevens

•  Conference: Atlantic 10

•  Tournament record: 18-18

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2011

•  Top scorer: Rotnei Clarke, 16.7

7. Illinois Fighting Illini

•  City: Champaign, Ill.

•  Record: 22-12

•  Coach: John Groce

•  Conference: Big Ten

•  Tournament record: 39-30

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2011

•  Top scorer: Brandon Paul, 16.6

8. North Carolina State Wolfpack

•  City: Raleigh, N.C.

•  Record: 24-10

•  Coach: Mark Gottfried

•  Conference: Atlantic Coast

•  Tournament record: 34-22

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: C.J. Leslie, 14.9

9. Temple Owls

•  City: Philadelphia

•  Record: 23-9

•  Coach: Fran Dunphy

•  Conference: Atlantic 10

•  Tournament record: 32-30

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Khalif Wyatt, 19.8

10. Colorado Buffaloes

•  City: Boulder, Colo.

•  Record: 21-11

•  Coach: Tad Boyle

•  Conference: Pac-12

•  Tournament record: 10-13

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Spencer Dinwiddie, 15.6

11. Bucknell Bison

•  City: Lewisburg, Pa.

•  Record: 28-5

•  Coach: Dave Paulsen

•  Conference: Patriot League

•  Tournament record: 2-5

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2011

•  Top scorer: Mike Muscala, 19.0

12. California Golden Bears

•  City: Berkeley, Calif.

•  Record: 20-11

•  Coach: Mike Montgomery

•  Conference: Pac-12

•  Tournament record: 19-17

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Allen Crabbe, 18.7

13. Montana Grizzlies

•  City: Missoula, Mont.

•  Record: 25-6

•  Coach: Wayne Tinkle

•  Conference: Big Sky

•  Tournament record: 2-10

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Mathias Ward, 14.8

14. Davidson Wildcats

•  City: Davidson, N.C.

•  Record: 26-7

•  Coach: Bob McKillop

•  Conference: Southern

•  Tournament record: 8-12

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Jake Cohen, 14.8

15. Pacific Tigers

•  City: Stockton, Calif.

•  Record: 22-12

•  Coach: Bob Thomason

•  Conference: Big West

•  Tournament record: 4-9

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2006

•  Top scorer: Lorenzo McCloud, 11.4

16. LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds

• City: New York

•  Record: 20-13

•  Coach: Jim Ferry

•  Conference: Northeast

•  Tournament record: 0-5

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Jamal Olasewere, 18.9

16. James Madison Dukes

•  City: Harrisonburg, Va.

•  Record: 20-14

•  Coach: Matt Brady

•  Conference: Colonial Athletic Association

•  Tournament record: 3-4

•  Last NCAA appearance: 1994

•  Top scorer: Rayshawn Goins, 12.7

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