The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, popularly known and marketed as NCAA March Madness, is a single-elimination tournament held each spring in the United States. It presently has 68 collegiate basketball teams competing at the NCAA Division I level.
UCLA holds the record for the most NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championships with 11.
North Carolina University ranks third with six national championships, while Duke University and Indiana University are tied for fourth with five national championships.
With four national championships, the University of Connecticut (UConn) and the University of Kansas (KU) are tied for sixth place.
Villanova University is ranked sixth, having won three national championships.
Two national championships have been won by the University of Cincinnati, the University of Florida, the University of Louisville, Michigan State University, North Carolina State University, Oklahoma State University, and the University of San Francisco.
March Madness grew from 64 to 65 teams in 1985, 65 to 68 teams in 2001, and 68 to 68 teams in 2011.
March Masters 2022 was won by the University of Kansas.
Has Kansas ever won a national basketball championship?
The triumph in 2022 is not the University of Kansas’ first national title.
The University of Kansas has won the national title three times prior to 2022.
Kansas has won the national title how many times?
Kansas University has won four national titles.
Caleb Love and Brady Manek each scored 13 points, while Manek added 13 rebounds, as Kansas won their fourth national title and Bill Self’s second.