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 Schools that have received bids to the NCAA Division I basketball tournament with losing records and how they fared in the NCAA tournament:
1955 - Bradley (7-19), District 5 independent, lost in final eight; Oklahoma City (9-17), District 5 independent, lost in first round.
1961 - George Washington (9-16), Southern Conference tournament champion, lost in first round.
1974 - Texas (12-14), Southwest Conference regular-season champion, lost in first round.
1978 - Missouri (14-15), Big Eight Conference tournament champion, lost in first round.
1985 - Lehigh (12-18), East Coast Conference tournament champion, lost in first round.
1986 - Montana State (14-16), Big Sky Conference tournament champion, lost in first round.
1993 - East Carolina (13-16), Colonial Athletic Association tournament champion, lost in first round.
1995 - Florida International (11-18), Trans America Athletic Conference tournament champion, lost in first round.
1996 - Central Florida (11-18), Trans America Athletic Conference tournament champion, lost in first round; San Jose State (13-16), Big West Conference tournament champion, lost in first round.
1997 - Jackson State (14-15), Southwestern Athletic Conference tournament champion, lost in first round; Fairfield (11-18), Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament champion, lost in first round.
1998 - Prairie View (13-16), Southwestern Athletic Conference tournament champion, lost in first round.
M (12-18), Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament champion, lost in first round.
2002 - Siena (16-18), Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament champion, won opening round game; lost in first round.
2003 - North Carolina-Asheville (14-16), Big South Conference tournament champion, won opening round game; lost in first round.
M (14-16), Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament champion, won opening round game; lost in first round.
2005 - Oakland, Mich. (12-18), Mid-Continent Conference tournament champion, won opening round game; lost in first round.
2008 - Coppin State (16-20), Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament champion.
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