NCAA Tournament

Meet the teams in the NCAA Midwest Region

Updated: 2013-03-18T02:43:21Z

1. Louisville Cardinals

•  City: Louisville, Ky.

•  Record: 29-5

•  Coach: Rick Pitino

•  Conference: Big East

•  Tournament record: 64-40

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Russ Smith, 18.1

2. Duke Blue Devils

•  City: Durham, N.C.

•  Record: 27-5

•  Coach: Mike Krzyzewski

•  Conference: Atlantic Coast

•  Tournament record: 96-32

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Mason Plumlee, 17.2

3. Michigan State Spartans

•  City: East Lansing, Mich.

•  Record: 25-8

•  Coach: Tom Izzo

•  Conference: Big Ten

•  Tournament record: 54-25

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Keith Appling, 13.6

4. Saint Louis Billikens

•  City: St. Louis

•  Record: 27-6

•  Coach: Jim Crews

•  Conference: Atlantic 10

•  Tournament record: 4-8

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Dwayne Evans, 13.6

5. Oklahoma State Cowboys

•  City: Stillwater, Okla.

Record: 24-8

•  Coach: Travis Ford

•  Conference: Big 12

•  Tournament record: 38-23

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2010

•  Top scorer: Marcus Smart, 15.4

6. Memphis Tigers

•  City: Memphis, Tenn.

•  Record: 30-4

•  Coach: Josh Pastner

•  Conference: Conference USA

•  Tournament record: 32-24

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Joe Jackson, 13.6

7. Creighton Bluejays

•  City: Omaha, Neb.

•  Record: 27-7

•  Coach: Greg McDermott

•  Conference: Missouri Valley

Tournament record: 10-18

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Doug McDermott, 23.1

8. Colorado State Rams

•  City: Fort Collins, Colo.

•  Record: 25-8

•  Coach: Larry Eustachy

•  Conference: Mountain West

•  Tournament record: 3-10

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Colton Iverson, 14.7

9. Missouri Tigers

•  City: Columbia

•  Record: 23-10

•  Coach: Frank Haith

•  Conference: Southeastern

•  Tournament record: 22-25

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Laurence Bowers 14.4

10. Cincinnati Bearcats

•  City: Cincinnati

•  Record: 22-11

•  Coach: Mick Cronin

•  Conference: Big East

Tournament record: 43-25

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Sean Kilpatrick, 16.9

11. Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders

•  City: Murfreesboro, Tenn.

•  Record: 28-5

•  Coach: Kermit Davis

•  Conference: Sun Belt

•  Tournament record: 2-6

•  Last NCAA appearance: 1989

•  Top scorer: Marcos Knight, 12.5

11. St. Mary’s Gaels

•  City: Moraga, Calif.

•  Record: 27-6

•  Coach: Randy Bennett

•  Conference: West Coast

•  Tournament record: 3-7

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

Top scorer: Matthew Dellavedova, 15.8

12. Oregon Ducks

•  City: Eugene, Ore.

•  Record: 26-8

•  Coach: Dana Altman

•  Conference: Pac-12

•  Tournament record: 12-9

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2008

•  Top scorer: E.J. Singler, 11.6

13. New Mexico State Aggies

•  City: Las Cruces, N.M.

•  Record: 24-10

•  Coach: Marvin Menzies

•  Conference: Western Athletic

•  Tournament record: 10-21

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2012

•  Top scorer: Daniel Mullings, 14.0

14. Valparaiso Crusaders

•  City: Valparaiso, Ind.

•  Record: Valparaiso, Ind.

•  Coach: Bryce Drew

•  Conference: Horizon League

•  Tournament record: 2-7

Last NCAA appearance: 2004

•  Top scorer: Ryan Broekhoff, 15.9

15. Albany Great Danes

•  City: Albany, N.Y.

•  Record: 24-10

•  Coach: Will Brown

•  Conference: America East

•  Tournament record: 0-2

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2007

Top scorer: Mike Black, 14.9

16. North Carolina A&T Aggies

•  City: Greensboro, N.C.

•  Record: 19-16

•  Coach: Cy Alexander

Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic

•  Tournament record: 0-9

•  Last NCAA appearance: 1995

•  Top scorer: Adrian Powell, 12.5

16. Liberty Flames

City: Lynchburg, Va.

•  Record: 15-20

•  Coach: Dale Layer

•  Conference: Big South

•  Tournament record: 0-2

•  Last NCAA appearance: 2004

•  Top scorer: John Caleb Sanders, 14.2

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