Maryland (41-25)

Bud Millikan

1958 — beat Boston College 86-63; lost to Temple 71-67; beat Manhattan 59-55.

Lefty Driesell

1973 — beat Syracuse 91-75; lost to Providence 103-89.

1975 — beat Creighton 83-79; beat Notre Dame 83-71; lost to Louisville 96-82.

1980 — beat Tennessee 86-75; lost to Georgetown 74-68.

1981 — beat Tennessee-Chattanooga 81-69; lost to Indiana 99-64.

1983 — beat Tennessee-Chattanooga 52-51; lost to Houston 60-50.

1984 — beat West Virginia 102-77; lost to Illinois 72-70.

1985 — beat Miami (Ohio) 69-68, OT; beat Navy 64-59; lost to Villanova 46-43.

1986 — beat Pepperdine 69-64; lost to UNLV 70-64.

Bob Wade

1988 — beat UC Santa Barbara 92-82; lost to Kentucky 90-81.

Gary Williams

1994 — beat Saint Louis 74-66; beat UMass 95-87; lost to Michigan 78-71.

1995 — beat Gonzaga 87-63; beat Texas 82-68; lost to UConn 99-89.

1996 — lost to Santa Clara 91-79.

1997 — lost to College of Charleston 75-66.

1998 — beat Utah State 82-68; beat Illinois 67-61; lost to Arizona 87-79.

1999 — beat Valparaiso 82-60; beat Creighton 75-63; lost to St. John’s 76-62.

2000 — beat Iona 74-69; lost to UCLA 105-70.

2001 — beat George Mason 83-80; beat Georgia State 79-60; beat Georgetown 76-66; beat Stanford 87-73; lost to Duke 95-84. Final Four.

2002 — beat Siena 85-70; beat Wisconsin 87-57; beat Kentucky 78-68; beat UConn 90-82; beat Kansas 97-88; beat Indiana 64-52. NCAA champion.

2003 — beat UNC Wilmington 75-73; beat Xavier 77-64; lost to Michigan State 60-58.

2004 — beat UTEP 86-83; lost to Syracuse 72-70.

2007 — beat Davidson 82-70; lost to Butler 62-59.

2009 — beat California 84-71; lost to Memphis 89-70.

2010 — beat Houston 89-77; lost to Michigan State 85-83.

Mark Turgeon

2015 — beat Valparaiso 65-62; lost to West Virginia 69-59.

2016 — beat South Dakota State 79-74; beat Hawaii 73-60; lost to Kansas 79-63.

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