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NCAA Tournament History

UCLA's Hit List

Here is a look at UCLA's 38-game NCAA Tournament winning streak during the Bruins' incredible run of nine national championships from 1964 through 1973 (exception: 1966). The run ended when they lost to North Carolina State (80-77 2OT) in the 1974 Semis:

John Wooden: Accolades | Career Record

Note: * - NCAA Tournament title games, ** -- Triple overtime)

OpponentScore Bruins High Scorer
Seattle95-90Walt Hazzard 26
San Francisco76-72Walt Hazzard 23
Kansas State90-84Keith Erickson 28
Duke*98-83Gail Goodrich 27
Brigham Young100-76Gail Goodrich 40
San Francisco101-93Gail Goodrich 30
Wichita State108-89Gail Goodrich 28
Michigan*91-80Gail Goodrich 42
Wyoming109-60Lew Alcindor 29
Pacific80-64Lew Alcindor 38
Houston73-58Lynn Shackelford 22
Dayton*79-64Lew Alcindor 20
New Mexico State58-49 Lew Alcindor 28
Santa Clara87-66Lew Alcindor 22
Houston101-69Lew Alcindor/Mike Lynn/Lucious Allen 19
North Carolina*78-55 Lew Alcindor 34
New Mexico State53-38 Lew Alcindor 16
Santa Clara90-52Lew Alcindor 17
Drake85-82John Vallely 29
Purdue*92-72Lew Alcindor 37
Long Beach State88-65 Henry Bibby/Sidney Wicks 20
Utah State101-79Curtis Rowe/Sidney Wicks 26
New Mexico State93-77 John Vallely 23
Jacksonville*80-69Curtis Rowe 19
Brigham Young91-73Henry Bibby 15
Long Beach State57-55 Sidney Wicks 18
Kansas68-60Sidney Wicks 21
Villanova*68-62Steve Patterson 29
Weber State90-58Henry Bibby 16
Long Beach State73-57 Henry Bibby 23
Louisville96-77Bill Walton 33
Florida State*81-76Bill Walton 24
Arizona State98-81Bill Walton 28
San Francisco54-39Larry Farmer 13
Indiana70-59Tommy Curtis 22
Memphis State*87-66Bill Walton 44
Dayton**111-100Dave Meyers 28
San Francisco83-60Jamaal Wilkes 27

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