Who Won the 2013 NCAA Mens Basketball Championship?

Louisville Cardinals

Louisville wins the 2013 national championship
Date: 
Apr 8, 2013
Score: 
82-76
Site: 
Georgia Dome - Atlanta, GA
Runner Up: 
Michigan Wolverines
Misc: 
Coached by Rick Pitino

Luke Hancock scored 22 points off the bench, and Rick Pitino became the first coach to win national titles at two schools when relentless Louisville rallied from another 12-point deficit to beat Michigan 82-76 in the 2013 NCAA championship game.

Hancock was named the tournament's most outstanding player.

The Cardinals finished the season with a 35-5 record and a 16 game win streak.

Trey Burke scored 24 points to lead Michigan.

Louisville 82
Michigan 76

East Region

1 Indiana 83      
16 James Madison 62 1 Indiana 58    
    1 Indiana 50  
8 NC State 72 9 Temple 52    
9 Temple 76      
      4 Syracuse 55
5 UNLV 61      
12 California 64 12 California 60    
    4 Syracuse 61  
4 Syracuse 81 4 Syracuse 66    
13 Montana 34      
    SYRACUSE
6 Butler 68      
11 Bucknell 56 6 Butler 72    
    3 Marquette 71  
3 Marquette 59 3 Marquette 74    
14 Davidson 58      
      3 Marquette 39
7 Illinois 57      
10 Colorado 49 7 Illinois 59    
    2 Miami (FL) 61  
2 Miami (FL) 78 2 Miami (FL) 63    
15 Pacific 49      

South Region

1 Kansas 64      
16 Western Kentucky 57 1 Kansas 70    
    1 Kansas 85  
8 North Carolina 78 8 North Carolina 58    
9 Villanova 71      
      4 Michigan 79
5 VCU 88      
12 Akron 42 5 VCU 53    
    4 Michigan 87  
4 Michigan 71 4 Michigan 78    
13 South Dakota State 56      
    MICHIGAN
6 UCLA 63      
11 Minnesota 83 11 Minnesota 64    
    3 Florida 62  
3 Florida 79 3 Florida 78    
14 Northwestern State 47      
      3 Florida 59
7 San Diego State 70      
10 Oklahoma 55 7 San Diego State 71    
    15 Florida Gulf Coast 50  
2 Georgetown 68 15 Florida Gulf Coast 81    
15 Florida Gulf Coast 78      

West Region

1 Gonzaga 64      
16 Southern 58 1 Gonzaga 70    
    9 Wichita State 72  
8 Pittsburgh 55 9 Wichita State 76    
9 Wichita State 73      
      9 Wichita State 70
5 Wisconsin 46      
12 Mississippi 57 12 Mississippi 74    
    13 La Salle 58  
4 Kansas State 61 13 La Salle 76    
13 La Salle 63      
    WICHITA STATE
6 Arizona 81      
11 Belmont 64 6 Arizona 74    
    6 Arizona 70  
3 New Mexico 62 14 Harvard 51    
14 Harvard 68      
      2 Ohio State 66
7 Notre Dame 58      
10 Iowa State 76 10 Iowa State 75    
    2 Ohio State 73  
2 Ohio State 95 2 Ohio State 78    
15 Iona 70      

Midwest Region

1 Louisville 79      
16 North Carolina A&T 48 1 Louisville 82    
    1 Louisville 77  
8 Colorado State 84 8 Colorado State 56    
9 Missouri 72