John Wooden
1950 - lost to Bradley 73-59; lost to Brigham Young 83-62.
1952 - lost to Santa Clara 68-59; lost to Oklahoma City 55-53.
1956 - lost to San Francisco 72-61; beat Seattle 94-70.
1962 - beat Utah State 73-62; beat Oregon State 88-69; lost to Cincinnati 72-70; lost to Wake Forest 82-80. Final Four.
1963 - lost to Arizona State 93-79; lost to San Francisco 76-75.
1964 - beat Seattle 95-90; beat San Francisco 76-72; beat Kansas State 90-84; beat Duke 98-83. NCAA champion.
1965 - beat Brigham Young 100-76; beat San Francisco 101-93; beat Wichita State 108-89; beat Michigan 91-80. NCAA champion.
1967 - beat Wyoming 109-60; beat Pacific 80-64; beat Houston 73-58; beat Dayton 79-64. NCAA champion.
1968 - beat New Mexico State 58-49; beat Santa Clara 87-66; beat Houston 101-69; beat North Carolina 78-55. NCAA champion.
1969 - beat New Mexico State 53-38; beat Santa Clara 90-52; beat Drake 85-82; beat Purdue 92-72. NCAA champion.
1970 - beat Long Beach State 88-65; beat Utah State 101-79; beat New Mexico 93-77; beat Jacksonville 80-69. NCAA champion.
1971 - beat Brigham Young 91-73; beat Long Beach State 57-55; beat Kansas 68-60; beat Villanova 68-62. NCAA champion.
1972 - beat Weber State 90-58; beat Long Beach State 73-57; beat Louisville 96-77; beat Florida State 81-76. NCAA champion.
1973 - beat Arizona State 98-81; beat San Francisco 54-39; beat Indiana 70-59; beat Memphis State 87-66. NCAA champion.
1974 - beat Dayton 111-100, 3OT; beat San Francisco 83-60; lost to North Carolina State 80-77, 2OT; beat Kansas 78-61. Final Four.
1975 - beat Michigan 103-91, OT; beat Montana 67-64; beat Arizona State 89-75; beat Louisville 75-74, OT; beat Kentucky 92-85. NCAA champion.
Gene Bartow
1976 - beat San Diego State 74-64; beat Pepperdine 70-61; beat Arizona 82-66; lost to Indiana 65-51; beat Rutgers 106-92. Final Four.
1977 - beat Louisville 87-79; lost to Idaho State 76-75.
Gary Cunningham
1978 - beat Kansas 83-76; lost to Arkansas 74-70.
1979 - beat Pepperdine 76-71; beat San Francisco 99-81; lost to DePaul 95-91.
Larry Brown
1980 - beat Old Dominion 87-74; beat DePaul 77-71; beat Ohio State 72-68; beat Clemson 85-74; beat Purdue 67-63; lost to Louisville 59-54.
NCAA runnerup.
1981 - lost to Brigham Young 78-55.
Larry Farmer
1983 - lost to Utah 67-61.
Walt Hazzard
1987 - beat Central Michigan 92-73; lost to Wyoming 78-68.
Jim Harrick
1989 - beat Iowa State 84-74; lost to North Carolina 88-81.
1990 - beat Alabama-Birmingham 68-56; beat Kansas 71-70; lost to Duke 90-81.
1991 - lost to Penn State 74-69.
1992 - beat Robert Morris 73-53; beat Louisville 85-69; beat New Mexico State 85-78; lost to Indiana 106-79.
1993 - beat Iowa State 81-70; lost to Michigan 86-84, OT.
1994 - lost to Tulsa 112-102.
1995 - beat Florida International 92-56; beat Missouri 75-74; beat Mississippi State 86-67; beat Connecticut 102-96; beat Oklahoma State 74-61; beat Arkansas 89-78. NCAA champion.
1996 - lost to Princeton 43-41.
Steve Lavin
1997 - beat Charleston Southern 109-75; beat Xavier, Ohio 96-83; beat Iowa State 74-73, OT; lost to Minnesota 80-72.
1998 - beat Miami 65-62; beat Michigan 85-82; lost to Kentucky 94-68.
1999 - lost to Detroit 56-53.
2000 - beat Ball State 65-57; beat Maryland 105-70; lost to Iowa State 80-56.
2001 - beat Hofstra 61-48; beat Utah State 75-50; lost to Duke 76-63.
2002 - beat Mississippi 80-58; beat Cincinnati 105-101, 2OT; lost to Missouri 82-73.
Ben Howland
2005 - lost to Texas Tech 78-66.
2006 - beat Belmont 78-44; beat Alabama 62-59; beat Gonzaga 73-71; beat Memphis 50-45; beat LSU 59-45; lost to Florida 73-57. NCAA runnerup.
2007 - beat Weber State 70-42; beat Indiana 54-49; beat Pittsburgh 64-55; beat Kansas 68-55; lost to Florida 76-66. Final Four.
M 53-49; beat Western Kentucky 88-78.
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