Championships strengthen top teams in the top 10 of the men's regional rankings (2023)

Every Tuesday during the high school lacrosse season, USA Lacrosse updates the regional top 10 and national top 25 rankings to reflect the previous week's results. Below are updates on the Nike/USA Lacrosse High School Men's Regional Top 10 through the games played on May 21.

Brunswick (Conn.) lost a heartthrob in double overtime at Prep Nationals and remains just behind St. Anthony's (N.Y.) at the top of the table.NordostregioUndefeated Mount Sinai (NY) heads into the playoffs looking for a chance to finish off a perfect season. The Mustangs are just one of the region's top 10 teams vying for titles, including top 10 rookie Garden City (N.Y.) topping Nassau's Class B.

Lawrenceville (NJ) ended its season by defeating Brunswick (Conn.) to secure the Prep National Tournament championship and stay at the top of the table.Mid-Atlantic region. Closely followed by McDonogh (Md.), who took over with a convincing championship win. Georgetown Prep (Md.) and St. John's (D.C.) were ahead of Haverford (Pa.), which fell behind Malvern (Pa.) after losing their championship game. A trio of MIAA teams fall behind previous losses and the fervent Radnor (Pa.) rounds out the top 10 en route to the playoffs.

While mostSouthern regionAfter he completed the game, there were some crucial games that helped determine the ranking. Cardinal Gibbons (N.C.) consolidated his third-place finish by reclaiming the state championship he eluded a year ago. The Crusaders join other state champions such as No. 4 Highland Park (Texas), no. 6 Roswell (Ga.) and Florida champions Lake Mary and St. Andrew's. Lake Mary was the region's only unbeaten run.

Culver Academy (Ind.) maintains its top ranking in theMidwest regioneven after losing the National Prep Lacrosse Tournament. Hopefully, Ohio powerhouses Dublin Jerome and Upper Arlington have opened long streaks at state tournaments, while Michigan teams like Brother Rice and Hartland just make the playoffs and each slip has a chance to climb the standings. Rockhurst Jesuit (Mo.) has already claimed his crown despite being tested for the title.

No. 2 Valor Christian (Colo.) Prepared For The State Crown While St. Ignatius Prep (California) Managed To Stay On TopWest region. Valor has passed the No. 3 Regis Jesuit for the second time this season, but will face Mountain Vista (Colo). . Torrey Pines (California) also made the top 10 after rematch in the playoffs.

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1. St. Anthony's (Nueva York), 12-1

The Friars bounced back from their only loss of the season, dropping them out of the No. 1 spot on the national poll, defeating Chaminade (NY) 17-11 and finishing their season with their fourth straight CHSAA state title. Jackson Greene scored four goals for St. Anthony's (NY), while Jack Speidell, Patrick Carragher, Aidan Zuhoski and Luke Breslin contributed two goals each.Front: 1

2. Escuela Brunswick (Conn.), 13-4

A 15-9 win over Salisbury School, Connecticut, in the semifinals set up a Prep Nationals championship game against Lawrenceville, NJ, a chance for the Bruins to avenge one of their last three close losses this season and topple the table. cast. -Team ranking in the country. Brunswick led 12-9 in the fourth quarter, but suffered a double loss in extra time (14-13). Their four defeats this season came from a total of five goals.Front: 2

3. Mount Sinai (New York), 16-0

After a second perfect regular season, the Mustangs enter the trade final of the season as the only undefeated team on Long Island. Mount Sinai (NY), the top seed in the Suffolk Class C playoffs, will receive fifth-seeded Harborfields in the semifinals on May 23. The Mustangs have a 67-3 record for the past four seasons. That's consistency.Front: 3

4. Chaminade (New York), 10-4

The Flyers bounced back from a loss to St. Anthony's (NY) to defeat Manhasset (NY) at the 14th Reg's Rock Lacrosse Day for Heroes. Fittingly, the Chaminades player, wearing Jimmy Regan's number 19 this year, Gavin Creo was the star with five goals, including the winner with 1:22 left in the fourth quarter, and led the Flyers to a game final. Season 10-9. Victory at the Gold Star Stadium.Front: 4

5. Manhasset (Nueva York), 15-1

Manhasset (NY) also defeated Seaford (NY) 14:6 to end the regular season. Liam Connor had three goals and two assists, Aidan Haggerty two goals and one assist, Danny Kolin, Donald Mack and Alex Robson all contributed two goals for the Indians, who were number one in Nassau's Class C playoffs. In the quarterfinals, they will receive No. 8 Bethpage (NY).Front: 5

6. Fairfield Prep (Conn.), 14-2

Peter Grandolfo scored three goals and one assist, Marco Firmender added three goals and nine different players scored to give the Jesuits a 5-1 lead after the first quarter en route to a 15-9 victory over Delbarton (N.J.). Fairfield Prep, leading 7-4 at halftime, also had a 34-28 lead on ground balls.Front: 7

7. Darien (Conn.), 13-4

Brady Pokorny had two goals and two assists, Porter Barnett had two goals and one assist, and Dylan DeRiso and Max McBride had two goals each as the Blue Wave defeated Fairfield-Ludlowe (Conn.) 11-7 in the NBA quarterfinals. FCIAC. Next up for Darien (Conn.) is Wilton (Conn.) in the semis. Darien is looking for his 20th FCIAC title overall and third straight.Front: 8

8. Connectquot (Nueva York), 15-2

The T-Birds fell behind early, but then scored 13 straight goals to beat Sachem North (NY) 14-7 in Suffolk's Class A Quarterfinals on Saturday. Tyler McCarthy scored five goals and one assist, Tyler Moore three goals, and Jake Gallose and Carson Turissini added two goals each for top seed Connet" who faces No. 5 Smithtown East (NY) on May 24 in the Semifinals.Front: 9

9. Farmingdale (Nueva York), 13-3

The Dalers closed out the regular season with a 15-0 victory over Oceanside (N.Y.). Caden Lennon had four goals, Brendan O'Keefe three goals and five assists, Matt Cangelosi two goals and one assist, and Dillon Mehta added two goals for the Dalers, the top seeds in Class A Nassau. They open in the quarterfinals against eighth-seeded Plainview-JFK (NY).Front: 10

10. Garden City (Nueva York), 12-4

The Trojans begin the postseason No. 1 in Class B Nassau and close out the regular season with a 16-1 victory over Bellmore-JFK (N.Y.). Henry Gibbons had three goals and two assists, Andrew Ottomanelli two goals and one assist, and Stevie Finnell two goals and one assist for Garden City (N.Y.), who are seeking their 28th county championship.So far: NO

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1.Lawrenceville (New Jersey), 19-1

After beating Deerfield, Massachusetts 16-8 in the semifinals of the Prep Lacrosse National Championship, the Big Red won Sunday's tournament with a 14-13 victory in overtime over defending champion Brunswick, Conn. At half-time, Big Red was three goals down before recovering and forcing extra time. Timmy Piacentini made 16 saves, Connor Gately scored four goals and provided an assist, and Mason Vance added a three-pointer. Hunter Chauvette scored five goals and Chris Matia finished with four goals in the semi-final win. They have only lost one game this season, against Boys' Latin (Md.) earlier this year.Front: 1

2. McDonogh (Maryland), 17-1

The Eagles became the third team in MIAA A Conference history to repeat themselves as national champions with a 14-5 victory over Calvert Hall (Md.) in Friday's Finals. Brendan Millon scored five goals in the title game, Ben Firlie and Luke Miller each had hat-tricks, McCabe Millon made three assists and Aiden Seibel made seven saves against a solid defense led by AJ Marsh. Miller also had two assists. McDonogh advanced to the title game with an 8-7 overtime victory over Boys' Latin (Md.). McCabe Million scored after the Eagles' defense stopped to initiate overtime. His third goal came with 1:54 left in overtime. Bogue Hahn scored twice and Seibel made eight saves, including two potential game-winning goals in the fourth quarter.Front: 2

3. Prep Georgetown (Maryland), 16-2

The Hoyas finished the season on a 13-game winning streak capped by an IAC undefeated streak. Georgetown won the IAC Championship with a 14-9 victory over Landon (Md.) in the tournament final. Georgetown won its IAC games this year averaging over nine goals per game. The Hoyas' biggest wins this year were Loyola-Blakefield (Md.), Gonzaga (D.C.), Bullis (Md.) and Landon (Md.).Front: 4

4. St. John's (DC), 15-3

The Midshipmen repeated as WCAC champions with a 9-5 victory over Paul VI (Virginia) on May 9. It was the eighth consecutive win for St. John's, which built a 5-1 lead and never relinquished the lead. St. John's had significant wins over Boys' Latin (Md.), Gonzaga (DC) and Bullis (Md.) during the regular season.Front: 5

5. Malvern Prep (Pa.) 16-7

The Friars took a big step and avenged two losses to Haverford (Pennsylvania) with a 9-5 victory in the Inter-Ac Tournament Championship. Michael Ortlieb scored four goals and added an assist. Ennis Udo scored a pair of goals and also provided an assist. Chris Rabena made 13 saves against a defense that gave Haverford their worst offensive performance of the season. Billy Irish also had two points with a goal and an assist, and AJ Nikolic provided two assists. Malvern defeated Episcopal Academy (Pa.) in the semifinals 16-7 thanks to a great second half. Udo scored six goals and one assist and Nikolic scored four goals. Ortlieb scored a pair of goals and provided four assists. Rabena parried 10 shots.So far: NO

6. Haverford (Pensilvania), 17-3

The top-seeded Fords lost 9-5 to Malvern (Pa.) in the Inter-Ac Championship on Saturday. Griff Meyer won 12 of 17 games in place of injured regular Ben McCarthy. Brendan Leary and Ryan DiRocco each had a goal and an assist, while Brody Murphy made 15 saves. Haverford reached the final with a 12-8 victory over fourth-seeded Springside Chestnut Hill (Pa.) in the semifinals. Murphy made 13 saves and Meyer had four ground balls. Ryan DiRocco scored four goals. Brady O'Kane and Wills Burt each scored two goals. Collin Zeller had one goal and two assists.Front: 3

7. Calvert Hall (Maryland) 11-6

The Cardinals lost 14-5 to McDonogh in the MIAA A Conference Championship. Wyatt Hottle and Ryan Botek both scored and Shuey Kelly provided two assists. Calvert Hall defeated Loyola-Blakefield (Md.) in the semifinals 11:8 to secure the championship. The Cardinals recovered from a 3-0 and 6-2 deficit to claim the win. Shuey Kelly had a hat-trick and an assist, Alex Swartz had seven saves on goal, and Hottle had two goals and three assists, and the defense improved as the game progressed. Calvert allowed only one touchdown in the fourth quarter.Front: 6

8. Latin for Children (Md.), 12-6

The fifth-seeded Lakers came from a 4-0 deficit to come back and force overtime before losing 8-7 to top seed McDonogh in the MIAA Conference A Semifinals. Jackson Walsh scored two goals and scored a third goal. His second goal tied the game at 8:56 in the fourth quarter. Dylan Cadigan made ten saves, including several in regulation time. George Insley also scored a few goals and Tyler Owings scored once and assisted one. It is the second year in a row that Boys' Latin lost a heartthrob with just one goal in the semi-final against McDonogh.Front: 7

9. Loyola-Blakefield (Maryland), 11-7

The third-seeded Dons lost 8–11 to Calvert Hall in the MIAA Conference A semifinals despite leading 3–0, 6–2 early on. Mason Hill scored twice and his second saw Loyola score four goals. Ty Bleach finished the game with a hat-trick and Bennett Wright saved nine shots on target. Hill had an assist in addition to his two offensive goals, which was more productive than in a 6–5 regular season loss to Calvert the week before the rematch.Front: 8

10. Radnor (Pensilvania) 17-2

The Raptors lost to Council Rock North (Pa.) 17-4. In their only game of the week, they had an even attack with 13 different players scoring goals. Colin French finished the game with a hat-trick and an assist, and Pablo Strid and Evan Hornbaker each scored two goals. Owen Knight and Mason Montrella each had two assists.Front: 10

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Championships strengthen top teams in the top 10 of the men's regional rankings (1)


1. Lago Mary (Florida), 24-0

Led by dynamic junior Cayden Harshbarger, the Rams clinched their first state title this year en route to a perfect season. Highlights of Lake Mary's season included a championship win over St. Thomas Aquinas and a March 27 victory over Lake Highland Prep (Florida). Lake Mary is expected to return nearly its entire roster, making it the team to beat in the South in 2024.Front: 1

2. St. Andrew's (Florida), 19-3

The Scots won their third straight Florida Premier League state championship, beating Bolles (Florida) 9-8. Big wins for St. Andrew include games against the Groton School (Massachusetts) and Lake Highland Prep (Florida). Senior Jack Schulte scored 59 goals his senior year before joining the Air Force.student in the first yearNick Testa had 75 assists leading the team.Front: 2

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3. Cardinal Gibbons (North Carolina), 19-5

The Crusaders have reclaimed their state title after winning it to Middle Creek, N.C., in 2022. had lost. A year after the Mustangs knocked out Cardinal Gibbons in the semifinals, the Crusaders retaliated with an 11-10 win in the thrilling overtime semifinals last week. Days later, Cardinal Gibbons secured the state championship with another narrow victory, defeating Charlotte Catholic (NC) 12-10. Ayden Turner scored four goals in both games.Front: 3

4. Highland Park (Texas), 20-4

The Fighting Scots took control of their state championship and defeated The Woodlands (Texas) 14-10. The highlight of Highland Park's season was a semifinal victory over Dallas (Texas) Episcopal School 11-10 in overtime after the team nearly gambled away an eight-goal lead. Highland Park also recorded victories in the regular season over Torrey Pines (California) and Dallas Jesuit (Texas).Front: 4

5. Bolles (Florida), 22-3

The Bulldogs' pristine record against the state league was shattered in the title game by a 9-8 loss to St. Andrew's (Florida). Bolles' only other losses in 2023 were against Dublin Jerome (Ohio) and Springside Chestnut Hill (Pa.). Bolles had solid victories over Lucy Beckham (SC) and Jesuit (Florida). Junior high pointer Gavin Boree was the team's all-time leading player with 83 goals, while Jacksonville junior Daylin John-Hill had 155 points.Front: 5

6. Roswell (Georgia), 20-3

The Hornets won their first state championship in eight years by beating Allatoona (Ga.) 17-10. Roswell's season culminated in a victory over Blessed Trinity (Ga.).Front: 6

7. Preparatoria Lake Highland (Florida), 15-4

The Highlanders reached the semifinals of the state playoffs, but lost to eventual state champion St. Andrew's (Florida). The Highlanders' season was marked by victories over St. Edward (Florida) and St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida). Newcomer Owen Lenox at Rutgers led the team with 47 goals. Lake Highland Prep will return next year with six of their top seven scorers.Front: 7

8. Los Woodlands (Texas), 18-4

The Highlanders led 9-6 against Highland Park (Texas) in the third quarter of the state championship, but couldn't hold on and lost 14-10. The Woodlands advanced to the state title after beating Westlake 13-10 in the semifinals. The Woodlands also had a regular season victory over the Dallas (Texas) Episcopal School.Front: 8

9.Middle Creek (North Carolina),22-2

A year after Cardinal Gibbons finished the season en route to a state championship, Cardinal Gibbons finished the Mustangs' season in the state semifinals. Middle Creek lost the season finale 11-10 in overtime.Front: 9

10. St. Thomas van Aquino (Florida), 17-4

The Raiders played their best lacrosse of the season in April, but couldn't carry that momentum into the state title last week. St. Thomas Aquinas lost to undefeated Lake Mary (Florida). The Raiders secured a spot in the championship by beating Winter Park (Florida) 16-5. The future looks bright for Thomas Aquinas as two of his top scorers, James Finch and Benjamin Kupstas, are newcomers.Front: 10

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Valor Christian (Colo.) remains number 2 in the West region.


1. Academia Culver (Indiana), 17-3

The Eagles went 2-1 to the National Prep Lacrosse Championship, defeating Bullis School (DC) and Academy of the New Church (Pa.) before losing to The Hill Academy (Ontario) in the championship game. In the title game loss to The Hill, Navy draftee Noah Ramirez delivered a hat-trick for Culver, while the Eagles also won a whopping 20 of 23 games.Front: 1

2. Brother Rice (Michigan) 15-2

After an extended hiatus of more than a week, the Warriors will begin the postseason on May 22 with a Region 6 First Round game against Macomb L'Anse Creuse. Macomb Dakota awaits in the regional semifinals.Front: 2

3. Dublin Jerome (Ohio), 18-1

The top-seeded Celtics opened the postseason with two dominant performances, scoring a combined 52 goals in wins over No. 18 Marysville and No. 9 Avon Lake. Next up is the Region 1 semi-final against No. 6 Olentangy Orange, with the runner-up Olentangy Liberty potentially waiting in the title game. (In early April, the Celtics outscored the Patriots 15-9.)Front: 3

4. Alto Arlington (Ohio), 16-2

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Like the Celtics, the top-seeded Golden Bears opened the Region 3 game with two one-sided wins, defeating No. 18 Westerville Central and No. 12 Westerville South by a total of 46–3. If they beat No. 7 Centerville on May 23, Upper Arlington could be locked in a thrilling regional title game against a Hilliard-Davidson team they beat by one goal just a few weeks ago.Front: 4

5. Detroit Catholic Center (Michigan), 15-2

The Shamrocks finished the regular season on a remarkable four-game winning streak. That included one-goal wins over two of the state's top teams as Detroit Catholic Central beat Brother Rice at home and Forest Hills Central away. With that first win, the Shamrocks won their second Catholic League title, breaking the Warriors' dominance of the event. (Brother Rice won the competition the other 24 times.)Front: 5

6. Hartland (Michigan), 16-2

The Eagles defeated Belleville, Michigan in their first postseason game of 2023. The next step for top seed Hartland is a regional semifinal matchup with No. 4 Plymouth, with the Eagles winning their mid-April game on April 21-5. If he is victorious, Hartland will face the #2 Ann Arbor Pioneer or the #3 Saline.Front: 6

7. San Viator (Illinois), 19-1

The Lions extended their winning streak to seven with a 23-4 win in the quarterfinals against Conant (Illinois). St Viator will next play in the semi-final of the Lincolnshire Section on May 23, with a possible title match on May 26.Front: 7

8. Jesuit Rockhurst (Mo.), 18-0

Title games are rarely easy. Nor should they be. The Hawklets' title game for the KC Lacrosse Association certainly fell through, even though Rockhurst Jesuit had beaten Blue Valley Southwest (Mon) 17:4 at the end of March. In their title rematch, the Hawklets won 14–10, with five goals and two assists from junior Colin Komenda, four goals and one assist from junior Luke McNamara, and two goals and three assists from junior Jack Bichelmeyer.Front: 8

9. Benilde-St. Margarets (Minnesota), 12-0

The Red Knights triumphed in a long overdue battle of undefeated teams, defeating Chanhassen 13-8 on Tuesday and beating Centennial by a larger margin on Saturday. In the first quarter, BSM built a huge lead after three quarters (12-3) with Chanhassen scoring in each of the first three quarters before the Storm caught up in the fourth quarter. Gus Bell scored a hat-trick for the Red Knights, while Dylan Parker and Hunter Payer contributed multiple goals.Front: 9

10. Academia Wheaton (Illinois) 17-1

The Warriors were dominant in their regular season finale, beating Maine South, Illinois 21-4. Now the next chapter begins for the top-seeded Wheaton Academy, starting with Geneva, Illinois in the Section Quarterfinals. There's a decent chance that if the Warriors make it to the section's title game, they'll have to play away with second-seeded Lyons (Illinois) as the host school.Front: T10

— Jonah Rosenblum


1. St. Ignatius Prep (California), 22-4

The Wildcats repeated themselves as CIF Central Coast Section champions with an 11-4 victory over Sacred Heart Prep (California) in a rematch of last year's Finals. Jack Porter scored three goals and Max Ripple added two more to lead the offense, while the defense held SHP scoreless throughout the second half. St. Ignatius Prep won all three games against the Gators that season. The Wildcats had reached the title game with a 21-7 victory over Bellarmine Prep (California) in the semifinals as Stu Gates scored seven goals, Rye Kushner five goals and Porter four goals.Front: 1

2. Valor Christian (Kol.), 17-1

The Eagles advanced to the CHSAA Class 5A finals on Saturday with a 13-7 victory over Regis Jesuit (Colorado) and would face Mountain Vista (Colorado) on May 22 in the championship. Valor defeated Mountain Vista 10-4 during the regular season. The Eagles also overtook Arapahoe, Colorado in the quarterfinals last week, led by Rush LaSelle's three goals and Harry Luong's five ground balls.Front: 2

3. Regis Jesuita (Col.), 15-3

The Raiders defeated Kent Denver (Colorado) 7-4 in the quarterfinals of the CHSAA Class 5A Tournament on May 17, but fell just behind Valor Christian for the second time this season. Their only other loss was in the opening game against Denver South (Colorado). Regis had a remarkable win over Corona del Mar (California) in mid-March, also beating his semifinalists Cherry Creek (Colorado) and Mountain Christian.Front: 3

4. De La Salle (Californian), 21-3

The Spartans repeated as CIF North Coast champions, defeating Redwood (California) 13–10 in the final on May 11 after defeating Vista del Lago (California) in the semifinals. Hudson Lee scored four goals and Ben Kangas added three to lead the charge in the championship game. De La Salle had wins over Foothill-Santa Ana (California) and Sacred Heart Prep, his only losses on the field coming in overtime to St. Ignatius and Mater Dei (California).Front: 5

5. Offshoot-Santa Ana (California), 18-6

The Knights retaliated for their loss to Corona del Mar (California) on April 26 in the CIF Southern Section Semifinals and went on to win the title by beating Loyola-Los Angeles (California) 9-8 in the final. Bode Jellerson got the go-ahead about two minutes from time and eventually scored three goals, while Luke Fox scored four goals. Foothill lost to CdM in the championship game last year. This time, when these two teams met in the semi-finals, the Knights won 10-5.Front: 6

6. Loyola-Los Angeles (Calif.), 18-6

The Cubs narrowly lost the CIF Southern Section championship, ending a seven-game winning streak that began with a notable victory over Corona del Mar in overtime and a 12-2 victory over Santa Margarita Catholic (California) in the semi-finals. Trent Turner recorded a hat-trick and an assist in the championship game. All of Loyola's losses have been by four goals or fewer, including three by one goal each.Front: 7

7. Mater Dei (California), 3/18

Another strong season ended early as the Monarchs lost to Foothill in the CIF Southern Section quarterfinals. The Monarchs' other losses came to Legend (Colorado) and the unranked Católicos de Santa Margarita (California), but they had previously beaten Foothill in the regular season and also had wins over CdM and De La Salle.Front: 8


8. Mountain View (Colorado), 15-3

The 5th-seeded Golden Eagles defeated 4th-seeded Legend (Colo.) 6-5 in the Class 5A Quarterfinals and then defeated 1st-seeded Cherry Creek (Colo.) 12-11 in the Semifinals. Dawson Long led the game against Legend with two goals, while Riley Jenkins and Brady Brown each contributed a goal and an assist. Mountain Vista lost to Legend in the regular season and now the team has a chance to avenge another league game against Valor Christian.So far: NO

9. Jesuit Portland (Oregon), 14-3

The Crusaders finished the regular season with a 22-1 victory over Beaverton, Oregon to go into the Oregon playoffs undefeated. Their only losses were suffered by St. Ignatius Prep and the Texan powerhouses of Westlake and Woodlands. Jesuit opens the postseason on May 23 against Central Catholic (Oregon) at the OHSLA Championships.Front: 10

10. Torrey Pines (Calif.), 17-4

Just weeks after losing by one goal to La Costa Canyon (California), the Falcons got another chance against the Mavericks and this time emerged victorious and reached the final of the CIF San Diego Open. After beating LCC 10-9 in the Semifinals, Torrey Pines won his fifth title in a row with a 9-7 victory over Cathedral Catholic (California) in the Championship. The Falcons trailed by a goal at half-time, but recovered in the second half with the help of three successive goals from Jacob Mendez, while goaltender Andrew Cook only conceded two goals in the second half, eventually making 19 saves. Mendez finished with four goals.So far: NO

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For example, if the odds for a particular team to win a championship are +500, this means that a bettor would receive a payout of $500 for every $100 they wagered if that team goes on to win the championship.

Has anyone ever predicted the NCAA Tournament? ›

An Ohio man correctly predicted the entire 2019 NCAA tournament into the Sweet 16, something we've not seen in years of tracking publicly verifiable online March Madness brackets at all major games.

Who has upset picks for the NCAA Tournament 2023? ›

VCU, Providence and Furman are favorite upset picks for the 2023 NCAA men's basketball tournament. When looking for upset picks in the first round of the 2023 NCAA men's tournament, No. 11 Providence, No. 12 VCU and No.

What seed will Duke be? ›

Duke NCAA Tournament Seed

5 seed for the 2023 NCAA Tournament.

How often do underdogs win in NCAA? ›

We don't see this in the pro leagues so the low underdog win percentages make sense.
Underdog win percentages by sport:
LeagueUnderdog Win %
National Basketball Association32.1%
NCAA Basketball (all divisions)25.9%
NCAA Football (all divisions)21.9%
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Who is favored between San Diego State and Florida Atlantic? ›

Here are several college basketball odds and trends for San Diego State vs. FAU: Florida Atlantic vs. San Diego State spread: San Diego State -2.

What are the odds of San Diego State making it to the Final Four? ›

However, the fine folks at 538 give San Diego State a 62% chance to make it to the national title game and a one-in-four chance to take home the school's first national title. Florida Atlantic is, obviously, given a 38% chance to beat San Diego State and they are given the longest odds at 12%, according to 538.

Has any city won all championships in the same year? ›

Like with single season championships, New York City is the only city to win multiple titles in back-to-back calendar years, doing so in 1927 and 1928. Also like with single season championships, no city has won more than two titles in a single calendar year.

What team has never won a championship? ›

Eleven NBA teams have never won the Finals. Six of them—the Los Angeles Clippers, Phoenix Suns, Minnesota Timberwolves, Brooklyn Nets, Memphis Grizzlies and Denver Nuggets—qualified for the 2023 postseason.

Has any city ever won all 4 major championships? ›

Boston is the only city that has won a championship in each of the four sports since 2000. Not surprisingly, Boston has the most overall championships in that time. Washington, D.C.

Did Shaq win 3 championships in a row? ›

The Lakers become the fifth team in NBA history to win three-straight championships from 2000-02. Shaquille O'Neal and the Los Angeles Lakers completed their three-peat with a 2002 NBA Championship. takes a look back at the top moments that define the history of the NBA.

Has anyone 3 peated in the NFL? ›

Only the Green Bay Packers, who won the 1965 NFL title the year before taking the first two Super Bowls, have ever managed to win three championships in a row since the league began holding title games in 1933.

Has any college football team won 2 national championships in a row? ›

Before Georgia repeated as champions in 2021-22, Alabama repeated as champions in 2011-12 during the early portion of Nick Saban's crimson dynasty. Other back-to-back champs from the latter half of the 20th century include Nebraska (1994-95), Alabama again (1978-79), Texas (1969-70) and Oklahoma (1955-56).

What team has the longest championship streak? ›

The Boston Celtics hold the longest consecutive NBA Finals appearance streak with ten appearances between 1957 and 1966. During the streak, the Celtics won eight consecutive NBA championships—also an NBA record.

What team won 8 championships in a row? ›

In 1959, the Celtics won the NBA championship after sweeping the Minneapolis Lakers, the first of their record eight consecutive championships.

Who has the most championships back to back? ›

Consecutive NBA Titles: Celtics 8 Straight, Phil Jackson Three-Peats with Bulls and Lakers. Thirteen NBA teams have won consecutive titles, with the Boston Celtics holding the record, winning the championship eight times between 1959 and 1966 under Hall of Fame coach Red Auerbach.

Who is the winningest team in NCAA history? ›

This is a list of top NCAA Division I Men's basketball teams ranked by the number of wins through the end of the last completed season, 2022–23.
List of teams with the most victories in NCAA Division I men's college basketball.
First Season1898
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What is the most winningest program in NCAA history? ›


Who has the most wins in NCAA tournament history? ›

NCAA Championships
RankSchool# and Coach(es)
1UCLA11 – John Wooden (10), Jim Harrick (1)
2Kentucky8 – Adolph Rupp (4), Joe B. Hall (1), Rick Pitino (1), Tubby Smith (1), John Calipari (1)
3North Carolina6 – Frank McGuire (1), Dean Smith (2), Roy Williams (3)
4UConn5 – Jim Calhoun (3), Kevin Ollie (1), Dan Hurley (1)
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Has a team with a losing record ever made the NCAA Tournament? ›

Teams with the worst records to make the men's NCAA tournament
YearTeamTournament result
1997FairfieldFirst Round loss
1985LehighFirst Round loss
1999Florida A&MFirst Round loss
2022Texas SouthernFirst Four loss
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What coach has the longest streak in the NCAA Tournament? ›

In 22 seasons as the top man in Spokane, coach Mark Few has reached the NCAA tournament every year and never won fewer than 23 games in a season. The Zags' impressive NCAA tournament streak actually started in 1999, when Few was an assistant to Dan Monson.

Who is the lowest seed to win the NCAA Tournament? ›

What's the lowest seed to win March Madness? However, FAU could become the lowest-seeded team to hoist a national championship, as it's never been done by a 9-seed. The No. 8-seeded 1985 Villanova Wildcats are the lowest seed to ever win the NCAA Tournament.

Has there ever been a men's Final Four without a number one seed? ›

History. The years where there were zero No. 1 seeds to make the Final Four: 1980, 2006, 2011 and 2023.

How many Final Fours without a number 1 seed? ›

Since the NCAA Tournament began seeding teams in 1979, there have been four Final Fours without a No. 1 seed: 1980, 2006, 2011, and 2023. The 2023 tournament is the first in which all four No. 1 seeds failed to reach the Elite Eight.

Has there been an Elite Eight without a 1 seed? ›

On average, three of the four #1 seeds make it to the Elite Eight each year. There has only been one occurrence in history in which no #1 seeds made the Elite Eight (2023).

What are the big 10 basketball teams? ›

How many Big 10 teams are in the top 25? ›

Three Big Ten basketball teams are top 25 in the NET Rankings.

Who is number one in Big Ten? ›

Big Ten
EastW WinsL Losses
Ohio State82
Penn State72
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What is net rankings men's college basketball? ›

The NET includes more components than just winning percentage. It takes into account game results, strength of schedule, game location, scoring margin, net offensive and defensive efficiency, and the quality of wins and losses. It's both a results-driven and predictive metric.

What Big Ten teams are still in the NCAA Tournament 2023? ›

The Big Ten will send a nation-leading eight teams to the 2023 NCAA Tournament, as Maryland, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan State, Northwestern, Penn State, and Purdue will be taking part in this year's tournament.

How many Big Ten teams are left in the tournament? ›

March Madness: How many Big Ten teams are left in the NCAA Tournament? One. There is one single team left from the conference that dominated so much of the college basketball conversation this season remaining in March Madness.

How many teams from the Big 10 will make the NCAA Tournament? ›

Eight Teams Selected for the 2023 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament - Big Ten Conference.

Why is it called the Big Ten? ›

It is based in the Chicago area in Rosemont, Illinois. For many decades the conference consisted of 10 prominent universities (which accounts for its name). As of 2014, it consists of 14 member institutions and 2 affiliate institutions, with 2 new member institutions scheduled to join in 2024.

Who won the Big 10 tournament this year? ›

– The Purdue University Boilermakers won their second Big Ten Men's Tournament Championship on Sunday, as they topped Penn State 67-65 at the United Center in Chicago.

Who has won the most Big 10 tournaments? ›

Big Ten men's basketball tournament
Last contest2023
Current championPurdue Boilermakers (2)
Most championshipsMichigan State (6)
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Who are the favorites to win the Big Ten basketball? ›

Big Ten Tournament Opening Odds
Michigan State+600
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Who is the new Big Ten member? ›

In a surprising and seismic shift in college athletics, the Big Ten voted Thursday to add Southern California and UCLA as conference members beginning in 2024.

How many teams are in the Big 10 now? ›


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