NCAA Tournament

Meet the teams in the NCAA Tournament South Region

Updated: 2013-03-18T02:05:39Z

1. Kansas Jayhawks

•  City: Lawrence

•  Record: 29-5

•  Coach: Bill Self

•  Conference: Big 12

•  Tournament record: 93-40

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Ben McLemore, 16.4

2. Georgetown Hoyas

•  City: Washington, D.C.

•  Record: 25-6

•  Coach: John Thompson III

•  Conference: Big East

•  Tournament record: 46-27

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Otto Porter Jr., 16.3

3. Florida Gators

•  City: Gainesville, Fla.

•  Record: 26-7

•  Coach: Billy Donovan

•  Conference: Southeastern

•  Tournament record: 35-15

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Erik Murphy, 12.6

4. Michigan Wolverines

•  City: Ann Arbor, Mich.

•  Record: 26-7

•  Coach: Jim Beilein

•  Conference: Big Ten

•  Tournament record: 43-22

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Trey Burke, 19.2

5. Virginia Commonwealth Rams

•  City: Richmond, Va.

•  Record: 26-8

•  Coach: Shaka Smart

•  Conference: Atlantic 10

•  Tournament record: 11-11

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Treveon Graham, 15.5

6. UCLA Bruins

•  City: Los Angeles

•  Record: 25-9

•  Coach: Ben Howland

•  Conference: Pac-12

•  Tournament record: 100-37

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2011

•  Top scorer: Shabazz Muhammad, 17.8

7. San Diego State Aztecs

•  City: San Diego

•  Record: 22-10

•  Coach: Steve Fisher

•  Conference: Mountain West

•  Tournament record: 2-8

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Jamaal Franklin, 16.7

8. North Carolina Tar Heels

•  City: Chapel Hill

•  Record: 24-10

•  Coach: Roy Williams

•  Conference: Atlantic Coast

•  Tournament record: 108-41

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: James Michael McAdoo, 14.4

9. Villanova Wildcats

•  City: Philadelphia

•  Record: 20-13

•  Coach: Jay Wright

•  Conference: Big East

•  Tournament record: 49-32

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2011

•  Top scorer: JayVaughn Pinkston, 13.1

10. Oklahoma Sooners

•  City: Norman, Okla.

•  Record: 20-11

•  Coach: Lon Kruger

•  Conference: Big 12

•  Tournament record: 35-26

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2009

•  Top scorer: Romero Osby, 15.8

11. Minnesota Golden Gophers

•  City: Minneapolis

•  Record: 20-12

•  Coach: Tubby Smith

•  Conference: Big Ten

•  Tournament record: 12-11

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2010

•  Top scorer: Andre Hollins, 13.9

12. Akron Zips

•  City: Akron, Ohio

•  Record: 26-6

•  Coach: Keith Dambrot

•  Conference: Mid-American

•  Tournament record: 0-3

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2011

•  Top scorer: Zeke Marshall, 13.0

13. South Dakota State Jackrabbits

•  City: Brookings, S.D.

•  Record: 25-9

•  Coach: Scott Nagy

•  Conference: Summit League

•  Tournament record: 0-1

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Nate Wolters, 22.7

14. Northwestern State Demons

•  City: Natchitoches, La.

•  Record: 23-8

•  Coach: Mike McConathy

•  Conference: Southland

•  Tournament record: 2-2

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2006

•  Top scorer: DeQuan Hicks, 14.1

15. Florida Gulf Coast Eagles

•  City: Fort Myers, Fla.

•  Record: 24-10

•  Coach: Andy Enfield

•  Conference: Atlantic Sun

•  Tournament record: 0-0

•  Last NCAA appearance: First year

•  Top scorer: Sherwood Brown, 15.3

16. Western Kentucky Hilltoppers

•  City: Bowling Green, Ky.

•  Record: 20-15

•  Coach: Ray Harper

•  Conference: Sun Belt

•  Tournament record: 19-23

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: T.J. Price, 15.3

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